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Apr 12, 2013 6:00am PDT
. >> governor brown remains in china for the trade mission trip. he attended the opening of a new trade opposite in shanghai. he tweeted since hours ago and said and i quote, "full house at today's opening ceremony of the california trade and investment office in china." he took a ride yesterday on the bullet train from beijing to shanghai. he hopes china will pump cash into california's high-speed rail project and some have expressed interest. california's high-speed rail board chief will meet tomorrow with china's railway construction company. >> apple is agreeing to pay out a $53 million settlement. the settlement is related to a class action lawsuit accusing the cupertino company of failing to honor warranties including on iphones and ipods and will be filed in court in san francisco and needs approval from a judge. apple is admitting no wrongdoing in the settlement. individual payments to customers could top up to $200 each. lawsuits have accused apple of declining to honor warranties if a wipe tape towns -- turns pink or red but the humidity could also have caused the color to cha
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Jun 9, 2013 6:00am PDT
wrapped up his summit with china's new president, xi jinping. cyber security was at the top of the agenda. our abc news reporter is traveling with the president. >> as the leaders of the world's two biggest economic engines strolled among palm trees in the california desert, president obama had the difficult task of asking china not to hack american computers for corporate ideological property or defense secrets, at the same time critics say the u.s. is spying on its own people. >> that's a complicated and important piece of business but it's different than these issues of theft and hacking. >> the white house will release a statement from the national intelligence to make it clear the administration is not hacking the servers of facebook and yahoo to read american e-mail. instead the government targets foreign intelligence informatios located outside of the united states under court order. president obama says he's trying to strike the right balance. >> we are going to have to find ways to deal with this big data in ways that are consistent with our values. >> the chinese president staye
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Jun 29, 2012 6:00am PDT
city. >>> 6:40. >>> new censorship battle between china and an american media and web giant over attention-getting details on the soon to be president of china. >>> trading underway on wall street. live report from the new york stock exchange straight ahead. the dow opening way up this morning, 175 points in the black. >>> first, coming up, the latest on an extortion attempt on warriors' coach mark jackson which forced him to admit to an affair. >>> sleepyhead, do you have trouble waking up in the morning? there's an app nor that it will tell you what makes it >> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. >>> welcome back. 6:45. the big story thicker marine layer clouds cooler afternoon temperatures. 70s and 80s inland. look at live doppler, last three hours picking up showers to our north and that's where they are going to stay up to our north. we are going to see a lot of sunshine everywhere else around with 80s and 90s through the central valley. 111 palm springs, 72 big sur. sunshine in the afternoon see rather low to mid 70s tahoe mid to upper 80s yosemite. sout
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Jun 9, 2012 6:00am PDT
area's lost china town. the new exhibity you can see a city beneath a city. >> retailers are selling license plate covers that can stop thieves, but use one and you are breaking the law. i'm michael finney. >> 6:42 on what is already a spectacular saturday morning. the sky is nice and clear. you see a bit of a breeze on the flags near the ferry building in san francisco. a gorgeous day on the way. if you like it hot, today will be nice and tomorrow will be nicer. lisa will give us more in a little bit. it's an age-old problem with a brand new twist. crooks stealing your license plate tags and putting them on unregistered cars. there's a popular product to protect you, but if you use it, you could wind up in trouble. here's 7 on your side's michael finney to explain. >> not once but twice have i had my sticker stolen off of my car and i got tired of it >> it was a big hassle when a chief stole the registration tag off of juli's car. she waited hours at the dmv to get a new sticker, only to have that one stolen too. then more hassle. >> you have to make an appointment with dmv first of
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Apr 5, 2012 6:00am PDT
victory in attacking chinese websites calling it a protest against china's internet restrictions some sites remain down the chinese government is denying its sites were hacked. one message what you are doing to your people tomorrow will be inflicted to you with no mercy. china blocks users from seeing facebook and twitter. >>> glass as will you to you do anything a cell phone can do without the cell phone. they use a microphone with a partly transparent video seen over the right eye loads specific apps such as social reminders and weather, lets you talk to friends and has a gps device. google won say when the glasses will be ready for sale or how much they will cost. back to that china internet thing i remember trying to log on there and very difficult getting on the internet. >>> 6:25. bart passenger assaulted inside a station. critical clue that could make it easier for police to find the men accused of the beating. >>> new developments overnight in the deadly shooting at oikos university including new questions about who the intended target was. live report straight ahead. >>> repu
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Jun 18, 2012 6:00am PDT
161 fires and nine injuries. the vehicles have not been recalled. >>> also new, china's first woman in space, two male astronauts have just dogged with the -- have just docked with the space lab the first docking mission. the capsule completed docking 213 miles above the earth. china carried it live on national television. they will live and work onboard for several days in preparation for manning a permanent space station. china is hoping to join the u.s. and russia as the only countries to send independently maintained space stations into or >> defense is about to take center stage in jerry sandusky's child sexual abuse trial prosecutors could rest today. sandusky's lawyers signaled they will put on a case and suggested that sandusky may testify. the 68-year-old former assistant coach is charged with the sexual abuse of 10 boys over 15 years. jurors have already heard from 20 prosecution witnesses, including eight young men who say sandusky sexually abused them as children. >> the u.s. supreme court could make a decision on obamacare it expands coverage to millions of americans an
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Aug 1, 2012 6:00am PDT
. political scientists is making the visits it to counter china. >>> mitt romney is planning a bus tour ahead of the national convention fueling speculation he will announce his running mate during that trip. he will pick up his campaign in colorado tomorrow after spending the past week in london and poland. his bus tour will begin on august 10th and roll through virginia, florida and possibly ohio. >> eric: how do you feel about numbers, 88, 93 and stuff like that. >> pretty solid if you want to get a little sun. >> they would be good if they were my kids' grades. >> you are spending some money for temperatures or finding a pool. go to the neighbor's house, be creative, hang out at the mall or hang out the frozen food. >> i had a tough childhood. i'm kidding. >> 6:16 and clouds cascading over some of the lower hills along the coast. looks like it's going to be a quick retreat of those clouds. they haven't even made it to sfo no flight arrival delays nor oakland or san jose. live doppler, how dry it is. those clouds not posing any threat of any rain. haven't heard of any drizzle around
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Jul 13, 2012 6:00am PDT
bay area. higher starts, speculation china's government may move to stimulate its economy as china goes we go lately dow up 100 points. bloomberg trading up half percent. virgin airline getting ready to debut new uniforms august 8th. they describe the uniforms as utility chic red and black with purple access -- accessories some of the items will be on sale at banana republic stores. you can can get the uniforms themselves because of security concerns i'm jane king, bloomberg news. >>> if you haven't already downloaded our alarm clock app now is a good time. simple, free in the apple app store for your iphone. mike what do you find on it? >> weather, traffic, news even voices of familiar faces if you watch abc7 news that could wake you up in the morning. sunshine. [ laughing ] >> good morning sunshine. >> chirping birds sounds of coffee ground as you try get the effervescent and aroma that wakes you in the morning. >> we -- [ talking over each other ] >> it is free, almost 11,000, maybe more downloads thank you. if you haven't try it, it is free go to the app store apple app store a
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Jul 15, 2013 6:00am PDT
week after asiana flight 214 survivors are finally back home in china this morning. the help that crash victims are getting as they return home. >> protests left behind damage in downtown oakland over the weekend and up next find out what residents have to say. >> the cloud deck is going to help keep our temperatures below average today and today. thinking about the week in the forecast is coming up. >> in the traffic center, i am looking to the university avenue overcrossing of 80 where we do have a carver -- a car versus a pedestrian. that >> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. at 6:19 a look traveling through the berkeley area and you can see the bridge at university avenue on city streets there is a fatality and it could impact 80, as well. >> and now a look at the track, eric and kristen, we have been talking about this for a little while involving a car versus a pedestrian on university avenue. right now, berkeley police say that the on-and-off ramp eastbound 80 are going to be shut down at university between university and frontage with a police investi
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Sep 6, 2012 6:00am PDT
that is happening now. >>> international diplomacy turns tense the meeting in china where secretary of state clinton didn't hold back on harsh criticism. >>> how would you rate the economy? michael finney ahead with a surprising group good morning! wow. want to start the day with something heart healthy and delicious? you're a talking bee... honey nut cheerios has whole grain oats that can help lower cholesterol. and it tastes good? sure does! right... ♪ wow. delicious, right? yeah. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... ♪ well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? be happy. be healthy. >> announcer: nation nation starts right now with live breaking news. >>>:13. these are live pictures of a us air ways flight ordered back to the airport because of a threat onboard. wpvi reporting that someone call the airline saying a passenger had an explosive liquid with him and made it past security on to us air ways flight 1267 headed ford dallas. the flight was ordered back to philadelphia where it sits on the tarmac right now. you can see the emergency vehicles all lined up beh
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Apr 9, 2013 6:00am PDT
congress to pass common sense measures to reduce gun violence. >> governor brown is on the way to china today for a trade mission to bring new business to the golden state and the lt. governor is acting governor while brown is away. his office tells the sacramento bee it is business as usual while brown is in china. the former san francisco mayor's schedule included a speech in san diego and an appearance at the state democratic party convention in cement -- sacramento and will announce something on online education. >> bart is back on schedule after a switching problem delayed part of the monday evening commute. the problem started after 3:30 yesterday afternoon when a bad switch was reported on a track in the area. a electrical malfunction followed causing major delays which stretched until almost midnight. again, bart says everything is back to normal this morning. >> in san jose tonight the city council is set to approve an $82 million airport addition. the facility would serve as private and corporate jets and be built in a packing lot on the west side of the airport. the city has
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Apr 23, 2013 6:00am PDT
arrived from china for the memorial. >> i think of her, first thing that. coulds do my mind is her smile. >> in other developments, the 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev has a court-appointed lawyer and is cooperating with investigators after being charged with using a weapon of mass destruction. the federal defender is asking for two more attorneys. authorities are looking for possible explosives and signs of where the bombs were made. >> we hear more stories of courage and survival from the attack. after 200 injured, 14 of those have undergone amputations including a dancer who lost her foot but not her will to dance again. the 32-year-old and her husband, adam days, an airman just back from afghanistan were watching the marathon near the finish line when the first bomb went off. i remember telling adam, my gosh, i'm alive and he said, i'm okay, i'm okay, are you okay, and i said i think we are okay and i could not believe it and i tried to move and i said my foot. my foot. something is wrong and he lifted my leg and we lost it. >> she lost her left foot. she worked as a ballroom dance ins
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Jun 3, 2013 6:00am PDT
, rescuers hope to fine workers still unaccounted for after deadly fire in china. the death toll has raise be to 113 people at a poultry slaughterhouse in northeast china. more than 300 were in the plant when the blaze broke out. only 100 managed to escape. survivors say that one of the doors was locked and the narrow hall way and exits made rescue work difficult. >> 6:47. 7/11 has major expansion plans. a big day for apple, too. jane king is at the new york stock exchange. >> good morning. apple and the justice department will face off in court with opening arguments over whether apple conspired with the largest book publishers to make consumers pay more for digital books. and apple say they benefited consumers. "new york times" is rushing to get a deal with sony trying to unveil the new internet radio service at a conference next week. >> you may be closer to slurpy, with 7/11 saying they could double the north american store count to 16,000 by next year. bad news for dentists but good news for health officials "usa today" concluded that typical child ate or drank the 20 most commo
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Oct 10, 2013 6:00am PDT
mission to china if there is a bart strike. the mayor and 76 people are scheduled to land in beijing on monday but he doesn't want to be out of town if there is a strike. he will promote opportunities for chinese investors in the billion dollar mission rock development. he is popular in china and well-known among the deep pocketed chinese investors. >> everyone is hoping for no bart strike. leyla gulen has traffic and weather starting with the weather. >> uneventful with no moisture but the low that brought us the rain over mount hamilton and snow in the sierra is moving east. from sutro tower, a a beautiful sight and it is clear. we have cool temperatures with no clouds to keep any of the heat in. we do have 52 degrees in san francisco and we have 45 degrees in los gatos and some areas are experiencing in the mid-to-upper 40's so keep those slippers on. toward the financial district another gorgeous sight for three days, though, we will have an uptick in temperatures over the weekend and early part of next week. that is because of a weak ridge of high pressure so we will take it. we
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Apr 11, 2013 6:00am PDT
the victim. >> governor brown is in china on the trade mission trip. he is on a five-hour long bullet train right. he spoke at a university and called for major action to combat climb change. -- climate change. he has signed agreements to boost trade between california and china and help them improve their air quality. brown announced a $1.5 billion chinese investment in an oakland waterfront housing and retail construction project. >> a pharmacy has launched production of an antimalaria drug dwell years after a breakthrough discovery by a uc berkeley professor. in the past couple of hours she announced they will produce a synthetic version of a chemical critical to making the antimalaria drug based on cal professor's discovery. he hopes to save the lives of hundreds of millions of people in developing countries. 650,000 people difficult each year from malaria, mostly children. >> on capitol hill, the senate will vote today to debate gun control legislation. a bipartisan agreement would expand background checks to gun shows and online sales. some conservatives have threatened to filib
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Jan 14, 2013 6:00am PST
have legislation before parliament by the end of this month. >> in china a thick soup of pollution is covering the country and is called air apocalypse. this shows the scene in beijing. air monitors call the pollution hazardous and say this is the worst it has ever been in china and some highways are closed and flights have been canceled at the airports. >> redwood shores oracle has an emergency fix for java software because of fears of identity theft after a warning from homeland security who advised users to disable the software on computers to avoid hacking attacks. but some researches say security flaws still remain in the software. >> apple is kitting down on orders for parts for iphone 5. the "wall street journal" has been told they have cut orders for screens and other parts. it is not clear why they are cutting down on parts but rumors suggest they could introduce a cheaper iphone some year but an executive dismissed the rumors last week. >> we have reports this morning of black ice on a key highway along the peninsula and mike is saying the temperatures will support that. >>
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Sep 3, 2012 6:00am PDT
front in their dealings with china. she will be in the indonesian capital to offer u.s. support a plan to ease tensions by implementing a code of conduct for all claims to disputed islands in the south china sea. jakarta is headquarters for the association of southeast asian nations. the u.s. hopes progress will be made for the november summit that president obama plans to attend. >>> president obama is spending part of the day in louisiana checking out devastation left by sack. the president's visit today follows a similar meeting between mitt romney and storm victims last week. gulf residents have dealt with flooding and massive power outages since isaac came ashore last tuesday, storm victims say political showboating isn't what is needed they want to know who is going to get the power restored? >>> this weekend traditionally the end of high gas prices for the year. new survey says the national average this labor day sets a new record. the nation's average price for a gallon of regular is $3.80, third seen cents higher than a year ago in california where -- 13 cents higher than
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Apr 17, 2013 6:00am PDT
>> a boston university graduate student from china and 29-year-old krystle campbell were killed in the blast. 76 people remain in the hospital, 20 of them in critical condition and president obama will visit boston tomorrow to take part in a prayer vigil for the victims. >> encouraging news this morning for the family of the martinez boy who was injured in the explosion. friends and neighbors are coming together to raise money to help the boy's family. our news reporter is live in martinez with more. >> good morning, it is amazing the love and support that martinez is showing for an 11-year-old aaron herned government is no different starting this morning, mountain mike pizza will raise money to help the family with expenses. last night a fundraiser raised $4,000 offering a pasta dinner at $5 a plate. the owners' grasped -- grandchildren go do school with aaron hern. slap them from the blast tore into his thigh. he is in children's hospital in boston. friends and family and total strangers wanted to help and they did. >> i talk on facebook about the sandwich special and this hit so
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Mar 11, 2013 6:00am PDT
warmer tomorrow and china mass on wednesday with mid-70's around the bay and a slight pull back on thursday and friday but, still, above average. dry this morning and we will find out how the commute is. >> a couple of hot spots, good morning, everyone, happy monday. we will go first to south san francisco where we still have the accident north 280 blocking a lane there, to half moon bay first reports of an accident with injuries at highway 92 at main street in half moon bay. the drive out of the central valley continues to be a grind from 205 to dublin/pleasanton and eastbound we have road work going on but the reverse commute but westbound that drive is taking you 35 minutes. >> 6:11. more americans are using public transportation, a just released report says ridership on buses and subways and other modes of public transportation jumped 1.5 percent across the country and that jump is seen here in the bay area. the american public transportation association says that caltrain saw the biggest jump locally with 12.9 percent increase. bart saw a .78 increase. in san francisco, muni b
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Jun 18, 2013 6:00am PDT
china. snowden says he is not a spy. former vice president dick cheney is calling him a traitor. he says that is a compliment. >>> happening today a rally will get underway in san francisco at&t park in support of concession workers. they are calling on fans to bring their own food to tonight's giants game. demonstration comes three weeks after hundreds of concession workers walked off the job. they worked for the food and beverage contractor and they say they haven't had a pay rates for more than three years. giants are apologizing to fans and says their organization is not involved in the dispute. >> richmond is considering a lawsuit over the own members of his property. a piece of property owned by him is out of compliance and he is not cleaning it up. he says he has a court order allowing him to store and sell these items hire. the city says he has old batteries that are leaking and contaminating the soil. >> it's all asphalt. >> car batteries? >> they are on asphalt. >> it's out of compliance and needs to be abated. >> he has been on the lot for 30 years. he claims it's a polit
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Jul 17, 2012 6:00am PDT
radar. she came back from china and here about a month later and she is the new ceo. she starts this morning. she resigned from google yesterday. she called in and said i'm not coming in tomorrow,, i'm going over to yahoo will. >> kristen: the cal state university board of trustees meets today in long beach to budget for a worst case scenario school year. where they would have to charge students higher tuition or slash enrollment to make ends meet. their budget if voters reject the tax measure in november forcing them to cut $250 million midyear. stay with the morning news, amy hollyfield will bring us more from san francisco stated coming up at 6:30. >> eric: in san francisco, a noon rally is scheduled outside city hall by opponents of ed lee stop and frisk proposal. the mayor says he wants to stop a spiking murder rate in the city and is looking at programs that other cities are using including ones that allows police to stop and search people they consider suspicious for weapons. opponents say it would increase racial producing. aclu has filed a lawsuit against the practice and se
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Jul 12, 2013 6:00am PDT
came from china to bring their daughter's body home. her fore said i know everyone is doing this for my child but my daughter is my flesh and blood, how can i let her lie in the freezer by her lonesome. the newspaper say the reason the parents went to the runway is because they could not see the bodies yet and they wanted to see where their daughters were last alive. the ntsb agreed to the request. we will have continued coverage on "good morning america" at 7:00. we have the ongoing amber alert for a missing oakland toddler whose father is in jail. police are scheduled to give us an update in 30 minutes where we fine abc7 news reporter katie marzullo. >> we foe right now the girl's father, john webb is in jail, being held on $100,000 bond for the circumstances that led to his daughter, daphne viola webb, disappearing. we have the booking photo. he said his daughter was taken from his s.u.v. after he left her inside the vehicle with his mother who suffers from dementia. he hopped in a store for a few moments which is at 79th and international boulevard, one of three areas police
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Aug 7, 2013 6:00am PDT
that happened in china. a 32-year-old woman was infected after caring for her father, both later died. until this case there was no evidence of anyone catching the virus other than with direct contact. this is proof we need to remain vigilant. >> it is five weeks since 19 elite firefighters were killed in a fast moving fire that consumed an arizona mountain side. in an exclusive interview we spoke with the only survivor. he was acting at a lookout for the crew members when flamed turned against them back in june and he talked of what he went through during the difficult time and how he is doing today. >> do you torment yourself and thing, i wish i had done this or this, something you can have done? >> there is nothing i could have done beside being on the hill with them and someone else been if my position. to have been with them and died in my budgets. there is nothing else i could is done. >> you could see more of the interview on "good morning america" coming up at 7:00 after our newscast. >> from massachusetts, a 71-year-old map is face kidnapping charges after police say he locke
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Jun 8, 2012 6:00am PDT
in china and japan. europe slower than expected economic numbers out of europe has investors worried about stocks overall. we expect the president to address the european situation. dow, s&p and nasdaq in the red, fitch down graded spain's -- bloomberg index down a quarter of a percent. bundle.com with place of cities that spoil kids the most. parents.com says the average middle class family will spend $12,000 during the baby's first year of life. manhattan ranking number one [ unintelligible ] . >>> good morning. time to talk to the graduates and their parents how to dress this evening? grenada high in livermore, 6:00 going to be sunny and breezy and 71. alhambra the bulldogs 7:00 graduation sunny, gusty, 68°. darrow -- darrow high, cool, 55, gusts up to 30 miles per hour going to be a biting breeze. antioch high panthers today at 7:00, sunny pan gusty and 73, rivals to the east -- deer valley high 7:45, clear and gusty about 72 home -- live doppler -- or go out and show what is going on breezes picking up as we have the winds starting to pick up -- to kick up with that col
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Apr 28, 2013 6:00am PDT
this morning in the china basin mission bay district. it should be great weather for that, lisa. >> for the yachts. >> the yachts, the bikes, whatever. >> 70s and 80s today. more of those than the 60s. those will be just confined to the coast with lower 70s in san francisco. mid-70s in the look ahead. we are looking at 90s inland," 80s around the bay, mid-60s at the coast. warmest days are wednesday and thursday and we should cool off next weekend. today warmer than yesterday but one of the cooler days all week long. >> all right. that will do it for us. thank you for joining us, i'm carolyn tyler along >>> good morning, america. this morning -- wires crossed. we're learning russian authorities secretly taped a phone call in 2011 in which one of the boston bombings suspects discussed jihad with his mother. but they only told u.s. officials about it a few days ago. so, could the terror attack had been prevented? >>> washed out. flash flooding forces people to abandon cars and head for higher ground. look at what happened at this gas station. severe weather hits the south. find ou
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Apr 29, 2013 6:00am PDT
of apple although hong kong wants china time out of taiwan saying the next generation iphone is unlikely to debut before september 13 and like other stories, the analysts point to a delay in shipment of components. if you want to take your mom out for mother's day make a reservation, more than half of those surveyed plan to take their mother out may 12th but one in five temperature plan to celebrate with a home cooked meal. here is good news for starbuck fans, happy hour is coming back may 3 to may 12th, 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. and it will be a buy one get one free deal trying to turn people on to the special drink at a quiet time of the day. >> thank you. develop news from the nfl this morning, the new york jets just released quaterback tim tebow, and espn fate was sealed when they picked up the 6th quaterback, smith, in the draft. the team was criticized for introducing tie bow in the spring. where should he go? nineers? raiders? the question has already generated heated response from viewers this morning. >> we hoped to bring you a report from calaveras county on the sad stabbing d
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Jun 2, 2013 6:00am PDT
department of public health 90% were in foreign-born residents. philippines, vietnam, india, china and mexico. a person's socioeconomic status has nothing to do with it. >> someone can be exposed to tb in one place at one place in time and it doesn't grow up and -- show up and progress to disease until ten years later. >> the tb strains are becoming more and more antibiotic resistant. and when you have that, it becomes a real problem. >> eric: this congressman led this year's california tb control meeting. 24 counties were represented here. all of them agreed the federal government should be ordered to have an adequate supply of drugs to treat tb. right now it doesn't. >> if we don't have a supply of medication, we can't treat the disease. >> honda will go back to congress to ask for more funds which, in the past, have been cut. children and young adults accounted for 10% of tb case in santa clara county. these two students won prizes for their posters designed to bring awareness in schools. >> if you have tb and it's active, if you like cough or sneeze in any way and you spread the ba
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Apr 25, 2012 6:00am PDT
doubled last quarter. this is demand for the iphone, especially in china, global demand for the latest ipad. apple shares up 53 -- up $53. bloomberg index trading up 4% apple i'm sure a big part of that. strong day here so far. burger king moving toward what some consider more humane treatment of animals an noing all eggs and pork will come from cage-free chickens and pigs by 2017. burger king uses hundreds of millions of eggs and tens of millions of pounds of pork each year. mcdonald's and wendy's made similar moves earlier this year. if you are hoping to get a high powered degree to boost your value and paycheck, study the cost first. growing number of universities charging more for math, science and business degrees saying they are more expensive to teach. research from a cornell research institute which says more than 140 universities are using this type of pricing as states cut higher education funding and schools try to pay for expensive technical programs. live at the new york stock exchange, i'm jane king >> a crew member who survived the deadly sailboat racing accident off the
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Apr 1, 2012 6:00am PDT
guard station has a rescue boat on wait to help three injured sailors on a yacht racing from china to san francisco. and investigators and volunteers will be back out again this morning searching for sierra lamar, the morgan hill teenager who disappeared 16 days ago. good morning, everyone, thanks for joining us. i'm carolyn tyler. let's start with a quick look at the weather. here's our meteorologist, lisa argen. >> good morning, everyone. we have wind out there creating very strong gusts along the coast, and little in the high are elevations. the live doppler 7 hd shows most of the precip in the sierra nevada with a few leftover showers, and also down toward salinas, monterey, maybe an isolated shower this morning. but yesterday's storm has brought some very high surf. we remain with a high surf warning peeking this morning but going until tomorrow morning with bracketters from 20 to 25 feet. the winds definitely not only the story this morning but throughout the afternoon with gusts up to 35 miles an hour, keeping a chill in the air. but nice and dry today. >> breaking news right n
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May 21, 2012 6:00am PDT
honeymoon on wall street. >>> jane king joins us live that. >>> movie er monday. china's largest entertainment group agreeing to buy amc in a 2.6 billion dollar deal this offer by wanda group goes through it would be the world's biggest cinema owner and the largest ever purchase of a u.s. company by a chinese firm. wanda talking about upgrading theaters to imax and 3-tkhrbgs and adding more dining options -- yahoo shares, alibaba an growing to purchase a 20% stake of itself back from yahoo for several billion dollars that puts extra cash in yahoo's pocket. not much of a honeymoon for facebook. shares down about 12% right now. they are well below $38 initial offering price. facebook currently the number one provider of graphically based online add -- ads in the nation it looks like it will lose that top spot to google next year. nasdaq apologizing for the glitch that delayed trading friday. nasdaq blaming poor design for the problem which delayed trading of the shares for 30 minutes. computer systems were overwhelmed by cancellations and updates as the biggest publish offering in
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Jul 11, 2012 6:00am PDT
selling the newest version of the pad in china now it has settled the dispute over the ownership of the name. apple will begin starting ipad july 20th. chinese authorities said the rights were never transfered last month apple agreed to pay the company 60 million dollars to settle the claim. >>> is in going to be one of those microclimate days. >>> 40° swing from the coast to maybe 20, 25 miles away inland where it could be in the hundreds. beautiful sunrise from our roof cam over yerba buena and treasure island to the east. clouds hanging around no flight arrival delays into sfo san jose nor oakland. live doppler still showing how dry the air is. we are not going to get a drop of mist or drizzle out of this cloud deck means it will not last long today. here's temperatures updated them with the latest information low 60s around livermore and antioch, everybody else in the 50s, monterey bay in the low to mid 50s. we are going to have our hottest afternoon today, more widespread poor air especially east bay valleys and santa clara valley comfortable tonight big key to the forecast ov
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Apr 13, 2012 6:00am PDT
paying more for those last month. slower than expected growth in china. bloomberg index down also. with summer fast approach being some of you may be planning your trip. -- half of american workers didn't use all their vacation days last year giving up half vacation time on average. usa today says a survey shows it is because many have heavy workloads and they don't want to play catch-up after taking time off. live at the new york stock exchange, i'm jane king. >>> 6:47. we have a warning about mosquitoes and the potentially deadly west nile virus. authorities confirmed the virus in a dead bird in pleasant hill. officials say the find is unseasonably early. last year the first bird wasn't discovered until late june. the public should be extra diligent about venting the spread of the virus by getting rid of standing water. >>> the sierra is getting another layer of new snow. here's what it looks like near blue canyon if you are headed to the slopes today bring the chains or snow tires, they are required right now on i-80 and highway 50. live pictures, you see one vehicle going thro
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Apr 20, 2013 6:00am PDT
they continue this search for answers. >>> we have developing news in southwest china where a powerful earthquake has killed more than 100 people and injured many more. it was a 6.6 magnitude near a city of more than 1 million people in sichuan province. at least 124 are dead, thousands are injured so far. new video this morning shows the shaking as it happened. it goes on for more than 25 seconds. a hospital was evacuated with a triage set up at a courtyard outside. casualties are expected to rise as many of the areas of unreachable by road this morning. military helicopters are on search and rescue missions. >>> the grim job of recovering those who lost their lives in the massive explosion in west texas continues. as of in morning there are 14 confirmed fatalities, with at least 13 still missing. more than 200 were injured. president obama has pledged federal aid to the town where laura anthony continues to cover the story. yesterday laura spoke with residents who haven't lost their spirit, even after losing their homes. >> it's gone. everything -- the inside is gone. the ceilings ar
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Mar 10, 2013 6:00am PDT
for an end to china's occupation. tibet. the san francisco protest is matched by similar events today around the globe. >>> in foster county supporters are rallying around a bay area gay couple who said they were kicked out of a mall for kissing and holding hands. abc news reporter lee has the story. >> there wasn't much kissing happening at a protest called a kiss-in, but there was still plenty. love and support displayed by both homosexuals and heterosexual individuals at the galleria mall. >> i'm not gay myself but that doesn't matter. i'm here to support because it's love. >> the event quickly organized on social media after a young gay couple said they were asked to leave the mall monday for kissing and holding hands in public. the management said they were not asked to leave but were to asked to stop explicitly sexual conduct. they didn't elaborate what the activity was. not engine here believes their statement. >> i don't know the reason form escorting them out of the building. it look them a long time to come out and apologize. >> the couple said they dealt with their own chal
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Aug 12, 2012 6:00am PDT
split between designing and manufacturing. her husband is in china working on new project called cool circuits. you get mozart. what is that? >> it's a puzzle game. ♪ >> reporter: she published her first kit back in 1995. it has sold millions of copies. she will tell you that making money was never her primary goal. >> you are covering of stuff that have either forgotten or never learned. >> it links to website whether they buy it or not. kids friendly is part of it. >> this approach to science does not come about by accident. her friend ann einstein helps out. >> you are doing science here. i said i would love to do more science. when you get science things they never work. >> they work now and this hands on kits how to use batterys to power electric motors or drop pumice to see one kind of rock that float. or they drop tablets to simulate the force that move earth's tectonic plates. >> the salt plates are more dense and they go beneath below continental plates. >> you lost me and i'm 58 years old. >> you sheed should read the book. >> maybe so because when it comes to science, man
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Apr 8, 2013 6:00am PDT
delegation on a business trip to china while oversees brown will forge government partnership and limiting chinese emission of greenhouse gases. he will announce deals involving clean energy and promote california wine. right now, france has the foothold in the chinese wine market. the governor will follow-up on a conversation he started with the chinese president in los angeles to help financial california's bullet train construction. in the south bay, there is a claim that a district attorney may have committed a serious civil violation and possible crime. the "san jose mercury news" reports an e-mail from a lawyer representing the government attorneys association accuses of lawyer of gigging supervising attorneys extra vacation time off to make up for a pay cut. they can save a portion of pay cut and cash it if later. the maneuver could cost the county the money he was trying to save when it negotiated a pay reduction with the union. he says he has the authority to grant the leave. others say it is a misuse of public funds. >> the trash company that provides service to hows of
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Sep 11, 2013 6:00am PDT
officer tries to make nice with china home to the largest number of web users but facebook is blocked from "legal and regulatory complexityies." cooperation lab discussed including the role facebook lays in helping companies expand. >> in stocks, a mixed day although we have been on quite a streak. so far, little movement across the board and the silicon valley index is trading more than 1 percent and apple is one of the ways that it is waiting on the index. >> before i go, wall street remembering september 11th pay tribute to those who lost their lives. it was a minute before the opening bell and 9/11 is a memorable day to many here including myself as we experienced it in our own way twelve years ago. hard to believe. >> and over to meteorologist mike nicco. the clouds are keeping us warm. >> temperatures are warmer than yesterday and flight arrival delays are 45 minutes. breezes are kicking up and they will get faster throughout the afternoon and into the evening hours and by 11:00 the west wins at 15 to 25 miles per hour will relax but be around san francisco bay and the d
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Oct 29, 2013 6:00am PDT
asian-american political organization where they joked about killing the people of china do are race the united states debt and abc has said the segment would be edited out for future airing. >> ahead, seven things to know before you go. we return in >>> s with he hand things off to "good morning america" seven things to know. a boy was shot to delegate we a sheriff deputy and will be laid to rest today. a funeral for andy lopez is held with a rally to protest the shooting at noon. the rally could impact the traffic. >> the families of two best friends are coping with the tragedy consequences of teen drinking and driving. 17-year-old jason park was killed in a crash on sunday. both boys, he and his best friends were drinking. the friend was driving and could face charges. >> jury deliberations begin in the trial of a teen charged with stealing a celebrity chef's lamborghini. the 19-year-old stole the lamborghini from a san francisco dealership and later fired a shot at a romantic rival. >> a san francisco supervisor will introduce a measure to tax soda and energy drinks that would be
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Apr 23, 2012 6:00am PDT
points the low of the session. europe and china talking about economic slow downs. bloomberg index down a half percent. an bode making first push into prescription- ed software. unveiling the late -- latest addition of creative suites. one version will be delivered over the internet for $50 a machine. adobe leasing the -- software. we'll see how the shares are doing in response to that. i'm jane kings, bloomberg news. >>> -- we've got an answer to a mystery loud noise and bright light in the sky yesterday morning was likely caused by a meteor smashing into the sierra. people reported hearing the sonic boom that rattled windows. scientists say the boom came from a debris cloud left the comet during its annual fly by. >> my dogs jumped. >> it was just a bright green flash with a tail on it. it looks metallic, sort of reflective-like as it shot across the sky. >> the meteor shower caused by the comet is at its peak and most visible in the northern hemisphere. >>> we've been talking that nor'easter they are experiencing back east bringing heavy rain and snow to some places. up to four
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May 29, 2013 6:00am PDT
pipe in china. the baby is gathering attention from around the world and we new is learned the mother is say she deeply regrets what she did. rescuers sawed on the sewer pipe and the newborn was cut free. the child's mother tried to flush him down the toilet. he is called "baby 59" and strangers now making office to adopt baby. officials say the boy will be turned over to social services if the parents do not claim him. >> a historic day in san francisco as they witness the first ever same-sex marriage. the couple will say "i do" in front of hundreds today. the couple specific to the press early today with tight security surrounding the wedding. massive protests have erupted in france since the president signed the law allowing same-sex marriage ten days ago. france is the 9th country in europe to allow same-sex marriage. >> newsweek magazine appears to be for sale again. a variety of reports the current owner is shopping around on-line only publication and went all digital in january. this is the cover of the magazine's last print issue. last month, they announced regret of bu
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Dec 6, 2012 6:00am PST
united states and shipping a small -- and shifting a small portion away from china. cook tells us it is apple's responsibility to create jobs he didn't say where in the u.s.. since apple will work with partners and the operates will include more than final assembly, apple manufactured and assembled many products in the united states until the late 90s. apple shares were down yesterday, dragged the nasdaq lower and down again today, drop in market share and tablets some off the stock price. over all markets look lake this, a little lower. like so many days lately, cautious, as we continue to watch washington. bloomberg index this morning trading down. i know people like deals, there's one that starts today, burger king celebrating the 55th anniversary of the whooper with 55 cent burgers when you purchase any cheaper, it starts today through sunday, it does include the white cheddar and spicy angry whooper. burger king experimenting with home delivery in some parts of the nation. live at the new york stock exchange, i'm jane king. >>> i'm wondering if you pick up that $4 meat scented b
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Jan 7, 2013 6:00am PST
a smartphone and tablet market. all eyes are on the consumer electronic show with china looking to make a splash and raise their visibility with the united states consumers. the chinese tv makers has lower production costs that they we can pass on and they market advance features including when connections. and apple's app has 40 billion apps downloaded and just 20 billion last year alone. >> thank you. >> we will have another live look at a fire burning in berkeley. this is happening right now. you can see orange flames and the glow from that and the smoke rising. that is happening east of i-80 around the university avenue exit area. if you know that area, there are a lot of warehouses and there is retail at the 4th street area and if you go up university, of course, you get to the campus. this could be a warehouse. the fire department is on the way and you can tell there will be a big response. >> we will try to get over there on what is burning and let you know coming up. right now, though, a look at the weather forecast. in other parts of the bear yeah -- the bay area you have
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Jan 25, 2013 6:00am PST
to build the car in the united states and china. he says the first production model is two-passenger sky car finished in 2014. on 80 you will still be stuck. >> or then sue would have to talk about "sky" traffic. >> lance armstrong went public a week ago and now, the disgraced cycling star has a new job offer. >> coming up first, the new mexico lawmaker trying to clarify her position after being accused of trying to get victims of rape >> daly city, dublin, los gatos, and all the pay area, this is abc7 news. >> this is map showing our visibility and how it gets worse in some areas like concord. we have improved at fairfield to four, and napa is quarter a mile and everyone else is below six miles. and it is still moist this morning with temperatures in the upper 40's to low 50's and low 50's another noon with a stray shower and less so than yesterday. upper 50's at 4:00, and keep the rain gory handy for 7:00 and small chance of a shower upper 40's to low 50's. eric? >> at 6:15, new this morning, thousands of abortion opponents hold a march in washington less than three hours
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Mar 6, 2013 6:00am PST
percent say there should be more liberal teaching. 1,500 counterfeit hermi hand bags from china will never hit the streets because of a bust at the port of los angeles. the customs and border protection provided the photos, agents seized the fake hand bags bound for mexico and the united states. the real bags retail for thousands each. if the fake ones remain sold they could have brought in up to $14 million. >> we are continuing to follow breaking news from san francisco. ahead, the swat stand off starting with a medical marijuana robbery. >> lighting up the bay we will show you the huge party on the embarcardero for the day but of the bay lights project. aa look from the toll plaza toward emeryville and berkeley and the clouds are opening and it is dry right now. the big story of the showers that are hanging around the next 24 to 48 hours and look at the temperatures, taking off through the weekend and into next week. i will have the spring forecast and the latest live doppler 7 hd to show you where it is raining >> abc7 news starts right now with live breaking news. >> from san fr
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May 4, 2012 6:00am PDT
china over a political disden. clinton is in china and spent the last two hours -- talking this controversy and potential solution. katie marzullo joins us live from the newsroom. >> reporter: it looks like blind chinese activist chen will be getting what he wants, not only for himself, but for his family. the u.s. state department says he does have a fellowship at a u.s. university and china has released an official statement saying it will allow chen to leave the country to study. the state department spokeswoman says agreement includes allowing chen's wife even two children to also leave china. clinton answered questions about the situation this morning. she said she is happy with china's latest response and says embassy staff was able to meet with chen at the hospital where he is under police guard. >> i think we have been very clear and very committed to honoring both his choices and our values. >> reporter: chen sparked a u.s./china diplomatic standoff when he sought refuge at the u.s. embassy in china after escaping house arrest. the u.s. state department spokeswoman says
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Sep 14, 2013 6:00am PDT
. >> coming up next, governor brown signs a historic agreement with the government of china. we will tell what you the purpose of the cooperation pledge is. and the paint industry under pressure in the courts to get the lead out. yours could be one of 5 million homes that needs >>. >> welcome back, everyone. we are coming up on 6:30 and starting this half-hour with a quick first look at the weather. frances dinglasan is in for lisa argen this morning. >> good morning, everyone. temperatures in the 50s to near 60 trees with a lot of cloud cover that's spilled in from the coast. 55 san francisco, 60 san jose but clear in concord. 57 degrees there. and you can expect a lot of sunshine. another beautiful day ahead. temperatures will be in the upper 60s to upper 70s around the bay. sunny and mild. a long the coast we will see partly cloudy conditions and cooler numbers, as well. low 60s to upper 60s. and inland areas, you can possibly pull out your daisy duke shorts. it's warm, upper 70s and upper 8 ostrander. we are keeping a chance -- 80s. we are keeping an eye on the chance of rain coming i
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Sep 24, 2013 6:00am PDT
area tech giants. a new announcement from china. >> also, shack has a security, butalk to the leader. tyco integrated security. we'll create a solution customized just for you. and you can manage it all right from the palm of your hand. >> covering santa clara, san francisco, east bay, and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> happening now, a picture of the fire burning in los angeles county which is 190 acres large. it is only a percent contained. authorities have asked for voluntary evacuations in the area. we are following the effect of the fire and we will keep you informed of what is going on in southern california. >> we have breaking news to tell you about from pakistan. a 7.8 earthquake struck the last hour. the earthquake occurred in the southwestern province which is the largest province but the least populated. no word on injuries or death. earthquake officials say the province is prone to earthquakes. >> china is easing up the rules on social networking sites like facebook and twitter. the south china morning post says today that the chinese government will soon
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Apr 25, 2013 6:00am PDT
china town is taking a new turn and abc7 news reporter joins us with a look at the major equipment that arrived overnight. >> if you have wondered what it takes to dig a subway tunnel, check it out. this is it. first pieces of the giant tunnel boring machine arrived here made in china recently shipped to the port of san francisco. they huge. more pieces will arrive later. it will be 300' long. now comes the hard part lowering them into a hole at the starting point for the excavation called the launch box. two of the machines will dig their way 1.5 miles to north beach to create the central subway project. putting the machine together will take weeks. the project could take six years to complete. >> called earth pressure balance machine and they have a rotating cutter herd for soft ground and we anticipate drilling into soft ground. >> we will below a lot of the old infrastructure and buildup, we will below that. a lot of planning has gone into the project. >> part of the boring device that does the work is called cutterhead. it arrives tone. it can dig 40' a day. total cost is $1.6
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Apr 13, 2013 6:00am PDT
kerry in china this morning trying to diffuse it. and the prank news about what is dominating the headlines this morning in south korea. also a mom taking center stage. the president pushing the senate to pass a stricter gun control legislation, he is recruiting one of the moms of the newtown victims. her statement this morning. can it affect the senate's decision. and the gulf prodigy, the 14-year-old gulf is genius, standing strong with players more than twice his age as he advances to the next round of the masters after a controversial call that almost knocked him out for good. we are live in georgia this morning with all the details on golf's newest phenom. it's all coming up. hope you will join us. >> we will definitely join you. dan, i have to ask, are you a good golfer. >> i grew up on the back nine of a golf course and have never played a round in my life. >> that makes me feel better. i agree up near golf courses and played miniature golf for my 11th birthday and immediately gave up the sport. >> that tracks with my experience. i'm not very coordinate the. >> then i'm in
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May 30, 2013 6:00am PDT
machines bore town knolls 1.5 mile from south market to china town. >> we will have to wait until july ten to find out if the new bay bridge will open labor day weekend or be delayed. metropolitan transportation members say they will install large cables to fix the problem caused by 30 faulty bolts and then they can determine if the new span will open on the bay bridge. >> new details come to light in the ricin-laced letter sent to mayor bloomburg. katie marzullo is in the newsroom. gun control is a motive? >> we know that businesses on the recipients and what we are lending of what was written in the letters, a source says the letters warned the government would not be able to take away the guns and the author would have to be killed before giving up his weapon. this is the sorting facility in manhattan where the letter dressed to the mayor was intercepted opened on friday. the second letter was addressed to the director of the gun control group, mayors against illegal guns. the director opened it outside of the office in washington, dc, and he says he has no symptom. other details th
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