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CBS
Sep 3, 2016 5:00pm MST
a major blow to construction equipment caterpillar.>>> a trip for president obama as he met china's president.>>> cbs5 is committed to helping police get this killer off our streets. there is a $75,000 warned to find this man who is linked to >>> construction equipment company caterpillar is handing out pink slips. caterpillar announced 300 workers will be laid off. the company is planning on thousands of job cuts overseas.>>> obama and china where he will meet with the secretary, a climate agreement will be handed >>> zika remains an emergency and continues to infect new countries. 72 countries and territories are infected. >>> today at the vatican, pope francis led a prayer service for mother teresa. tomorrow, she will be canonized 19 years after her death. >>> still keepers have two new cubs in atlanta after their giant panda gave birth. next, are you grilling this weekend? you need to know that too much grilling can be bad for you. answers on how to cut your risks of cancer are straight ahead.>>> a big cool down in our temperatures. that's coming up in the 7-day >>> lots of peop
CBS
Sep 5, 2016 5:00pm MST
. obama's main mission -- to bridge tensions with china was aggressive military expansion is rattling nerves. with asia already on edge nuclear armed north korea testfired three ballistic missiles into the sea that there is very real tension behind closed doors. president. obama says he is concerned by growing anti-american sentiment here, china's aggressive military expansion and it's unfair trade practices all complicating his plan to focus us is economic and military might to towards asia. on this labor day we will show you the three careers that offered the most wage growth check this out. this elk really got himself tangled up in a mess. he stumbled onto the property of the perfect person who could give him a helping hand. this happened up in pine arizona. we spoke with a woman who took hours helping this elk. >> just take a look at this video. and elk clearly in distress with a tire swing and log stuck around his antlers. deborah butler shot this video on her cell phone. >> i literally had to take a double take because i thought i am not see what i think i see in litera
CBS
Sep 24, 2016 5:00pm MST
on a users account . >>> check out china . more than 50 daredevils from 20 countries are taking part in the event . it combines a diving with hang gliding . as part of the competition, they have to jump on 1000 feet in the air and land on a target, which is 32 feet in diameter . through the fog and all . the mac we have fog yesterday . >> we did . number of days we have fog in phoenix . [laughter]>>> i think and has been a handful of days that we have had something like that . moving here from san diego, i was used to it every morning . it is intere see it here . we will not see 24 hours . things will be nice and dry . as we take a live look outside right now . there are breaks guys out there . a little breezy . we saw winds picked up in the valley will especially be seen strong winds along the colorado river valley as we head into the overnight hours . 90 degrees is a high today . a smidge warmer than we were yesterday . the temperatures will stay below average . we started off in the 60s this morning . it was gorgeous out there . we are currently seeing 88 degrees in degrees and 90
CBS
Nov 24, 2016 5:00pm MST
. >>> a deadly construction site collapse in china has killed 67 people. the platform of a power plant's cooling tower collapsed. china's president is urging local authorities to step up their rescue efforts. >>> jill stein challenging the election results. the green party nominee has raised just over $4 million in about 24 hours now in a push for a voter recount in michigan, pennsylvania, and wisconsin. >>> hurricane otto has landfall in nicaragua as a dangerous category 2 hurricane, just north of the costa rican border. >>> tokyo residents woke up to the first november snowfall in more than 50 years! the snow caused some minor train delays. >>> did you know if you look up an item online and look up the might be getting totally different prices. and be sure to connect with cbs 5 on this thanksgiving night on facebook, >> reporter: let's say you walk into a store at the same time someone else does. you both get the same brands. when it's rung up, the price is different. this would never happen at a grocery store. when shopping online -- >> i had no idea. >> reporter: it can happe
CBS
Oct 1, 2016 5:00pm MST
in china. my favorite part, one ever them falls off the edge. i hope we see that. >> these guys are between one and four months old. they're seeing a baby panda boom thanks to breeding technology. >>> the answer for a faster test to diagnose zika could come from a lab in they've created an antibody to fight it. now it can take days, but they're trying to get a 20 minute test crated. >> it can be done in the field or in a doctor's office with a simple device, it's not >> five companies in the world develop antibodies for infectious diseases. >>> how about getting paid to go on vacation? a company in utah idea. bamboo hr reimburses employees up to $2,000 for vacation costs. hotel and transportation and meals and more. the ceo said he feels people should live to work. 55% of americans do not use all of our vacation time. >> unbelievable. more than half. >> that is it for us. if you're watching us on our sister station, on cbs, your evening news is up next and local news continues here on 3 tv and come up, gary johnson finished speaking here and his message for undecided voters is what
CBS
Nov 2, 2016 5:00pm MST
in dalute, minnesota, this was spotted >>> a panda over a river in northwest china. workers found the wild panda stuck on that narrow metal walkway. washington state is investigating a growing cluster of polio-like illnesses in children. >> the rare condition known as afm. one child has died. >> reporter: her 6-year-old son daniel was always happy and healthy. >> say hi! >> reporter: daniel died over the weekend, one of nine children recently exhibiting sifrmentds consistent with acute flaccid mellitis. he is not one of the two confirmed cases. it's characterized by a sudden weakness in one or more arms or legs and sometimes causes facial weak ness and difficulty swallowing. >> for us to have a cluster of potentially afm, s very 89 people in 33 states were confirmed to have a, if m this year. that's up from 21 cases last year. >> i could feel tingling in my hands and neck, and within fiv >> reporter: once doctors get a picture of how many of these cases are afm, they'll begin to make links between the possible cases. high of 83 degrees. out here in cleveland, temperatures pretty comfo
CBS
Aug 23, 2016 5:00pm MST
play >>> the world's highest and longest last bridge is now open in southern china. the bridge stretches more than 1400 feet over a nearly 1000 foot deep valley between 2 clips. would you walk that? visitors are lining up for hours to cross and lay down. >>> asu is 10 days away from kicking off the football season. 1st look inside the newly renovated sun devil stadium. >>> it is considered the >>> new at 5 want to hear one in and in scotland thinks you'll laugh at his one-liner. >> my dad has suggested that i register for a donor card. he's a man after my own heart. >> masai graham 1 a public vote in scotland as part of a month-long festival. he came up the joke 6 months ago. >> it's my dream to win this. and not profon i just write jokes in my spare time. it's getting better and better. >> the festivals best jokes were selected by 10 judges. and several thousand people voted for their favorite joke. >>> asu football is 11 days to kick off. sun devil stadium has a new look and our mark mcclune got a sneak peak. >> reporter: sun devil stadium games but this season taking on an e
CBS
Sep 18, 2016 5:30pm MST
eastern china, this is a magic kingdom that not even up. it's called hengdian world studios, and at over 7,000 acres, it's the largest film lot on the planet. you're going to use hollywood directors, hollywood stars... >> yes. >> williams ...to make english- language films to compete with hollywood? >> yes. >> williams: and make global blockbusters? >> yes. i think we'll be doing it in the
CBS
Aug 13, 2016 5:30pm MST
drive will be shut down. everything should go back to usa is doing. we're 53 medals, 21 gold, china with 43 medals and great britton with 85. >>> a landmark decision in arizona has students covered by insurance if they have a head injury. >> every student who plays sports in arizona will have a concussion insurance policy. >> the board was excited it. it was a deal too good to be true. it's nondedeductible. >> the policy is paid for each school. the doctor spends his weekends on the sideline from high school to the nfl. >> the state of concussion in arizona is in a good place. the latest move is just a perfect example of how they've done so. >> while the insurance is a major development, a former cardinal and sun devil is working on prevention. scott peters started save football. >> that does not prevent the injury. we do with safe football. we train people how to engage in contact and win. program. the by-product is safety. we're not using the helmet. >> you can't prevent every head injury. students with a concussion in arizona have some of the best in the world. >> we are ahead of
CBS
Sep 6, 2016 5:30pm MST
. including this week china was hosting the g 20. back resident obama will next try to repair a rift with laos. a country where people are dying from american bombs dropped furring -- during the vietnam war. obama will meet with some of those victims tomorrow. >>> an update to the oldest cold case in minnesota. a man confessed to kidnapping and then killing an 11-year-ol admission today as he pleaded guilty to child pornography charges. investigators said he was questioned but never arrested 27 years ago in the death of jacob wetterling. >>> a former stanford swimmer now registered sex offender. truck turner appeared the sheriff's office today -- brock turner. he served 3 months in jail for sexually assaulting a into it a facility for 8 alcohol problem. his publicist called this a tuneup. >>> british airways is trying to fix a computer glitch. it shut down its checkout system all around the world. the airline said it's taking longer than normal to process customers in the number of airports. >>> only in dubai. tropical rain forest is being built inside a skyscraper hotel. 75,000 squa
CBS
Sep 3, 2016 5:30pm MST
them.>>> president obama made in a stark trip to china. the president was in beijing to deliver the united states version of a climate agreement. he gave the copies to the chinese general. >> challenges that we face, climate change could define the contours of this century. >> that agreement was signed by dozens of nations after a climate meeting in paris.>>> coming up, did you just upgrade >>> antibacterial soap is being banned. as these chemicals can be found in 40% of all of our so. >> let's talk about germs and misled.>> antibacterial soap aren't anti-anything. >> there is no proven effectiveness.>>reporter: the doctor says the fda's banning is the result of years of studies looking at the chemicals effects on humans in the environment.>> that's fantastic news. >> they don't work, the they're everywhere. >>reporter: he has been looking at the risks of that since 2004. he testified before congress saying it could affect hormone levels or may create drug- resistant bacteria.>> there was no benefit. >>reporter: the doctor says these chemicals have a place in labs and doctors office
CBS
Oct 26, 2016 5:30pm MST
a disease from china. it appeared in the u.s. in 2005 and an increasing threat to florida's entire citrus industry. the profits are razor-thin. >> what's going on in your eyes that i can see? >> it's an emotional time. i'm the fourth generation to be here. and to give that up, this is a really hard thing. >> reporter: this single state produces more oranges than any brazil. in 2004, florida produced 240 million boxes of oranges. this season, that number is gonna drop to 70 million. and it's because of the bugs. and that's why researchers are looking the at every option. >> they're smaller and lopsided. >> reporter: an entomologist with the university of florida's citrus education preliminary. >> growers are still -- program. >> growers are still harv efforting fruit but harvesting fruit, but not as much as they used to. they're spending three times the money to get that crop, and the crop is smaller >> reporter: researchers are feeling desperate. this is an experimental grower where mesh netting shields trees here there are 130,000 acres of ghost orchards, abandoned and left to pre
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