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CBS
Sep 5, 2016 12:00pm MST
. >> the mideast crisis overshadowed the main mission, to ease tensions in china. >>> another a athlete showing solidarity with quarterback colin kaepernick in his refusal anthem. megan rapinoe knelt during anthem. she didn't like the way kaepernick was treated and as a gay american, she knows what it means. >>> getting rid of unused or expired prescriptions is easier. walgreen's as set up 18 safe medicine kiosks. >> many people simply don't realize that throwing drugs away or flushing certain ones down the drain can result in a public health andon for the rest of us. we need to make the safe disposal of medication easier and these kiosks do that. >> call any time. >> 2:00 a.m., whatever, on the way to work tweet me whenever. >> storms are brewing, preston. >> yes. >> brewed, but the question is, where exactly does it land. >> right. >>> tropical storm newton, today, tomorrow, the weather is fine. there's the sunny slope. not a lot of wind, perfect for the holiday. tuesday is fine as well. but don't let the calm conditions fool you. we're going to see some major changes as we ge
CBS
Sep 9, 2016 12:00pm MST
place. >> just this week, the country launched three missiles while chinas hosted world leaders at g20 summit. if i recalls say it violates u.n. resolutions and raids concerns the communist nation is one step closer to building a nuclear war head capable of reaching the u.s. mainland. >>> new problems for the tech use the company's galaxy note 7 on planes or so the device is better yet in checked baggage. a globalle recall was issued over fears the battery could but into flames. >> samsung could cover, but it's obviously bad press. samsung will take a big hit because it doesn't look good. >> for now, samsung is gi their phone for a different model. >>> it's 12:16. time to check in on wall street. a big dip now. down 306 points. this is the most change we've seen all week. 18172. >>> florida is adding 1.5 million vehicles to a recall because the doors can apparently pop open when moving down the road. the recall includes newer models lincoln. there's a door latch that can break. ford will replace for free. >>> amazon is slashing the price of its fire tablet and adding the voice assistan
CBS
Oct 26, 2016 12:00pm MST
carries a disease from china known as greening. it is an increasing threat to florida's entire citrus industry. 90% of the trees are infected. could be one of the lowest on record. >> growers are still harvesting fruit, but they are not harvesting as much fruit as they used to. they are spending three times the money to get that crop in the crop is much smaller.>> researchers are desperate at this point. this is an experimental group for mesh netting protects crops from the insects. there are hundred and 3000 acres of orchards that have been abandoned and left to the weeds. >>> the dallas up 37 points sitting at 18,000 >>> the dallas up 37 points sitting at $18,206. >>> the expansion of google fiber is now on hold. google's parent company's stopping operations and laying off staff in a number of cities where it was once hoped to bring high-speed internet access. the company also announced the stepping down. he said they will continue to provide service in cities where they are now operating but it will put other plans on hold. they did not say how many jobs will be cut because of this
CBS
Nov 21, 2016 12:00pm MST
. >> very small devices made between september and october are affected. >> the group in china launched an investigation into the problem. >> apple said this is not a safety issue. >>> first major snowfall of the season dumped more than a foot northeast. >> high wind and heavy snow ripped across western new york. >> watertown, new york was imlaing ged with more than half a foot of snow. >> it was a contrast where they were basking in a record high of 72 degrees. it move it is across the miss second and binghamton, new york. had received 15 inches. >> wow. the snow of course, just holiday travel. >> everybody there. that's why you come here. >> you make friends with asians. >> our thanksgiving is looking perfect. >> we will talk about this. and what we have seen over the last hour. >> this is a look at just the totals in one hour. >> this is picking up a pretty good amount of rain and they picked up a little bit more rain. and same as make corm mcranch. and downtown phoenix. >> you picked up some rain in the last hour. we will run you through and show you what we are seeing on the satell
CBS
Sep 1, 2016 12:00pm MST
. >>> last week, we told you this is in china where they have the facekini. it covers the swimmer's face and neck to prevent from sun damage. it was originally supposed to protect a that -- against jellyfish bites but the creator has sold over 20,000 of them this summer. >>> coming up, ian has a final look at your forecast. his mom thought he had the flu and that he was covered by the meningococcal meningitis vaccine he had received. until 2014 there were no vaccines for meningitis b in the u.s. now there are. while uncommon, meningitis b can lead to death within 24 hours. trumenba is a vaccine for 10 through 25 year olds to help prevent group b meningococcal disease. trumenba should not be given if you had a severe allergic reaction after a previous dose. injection-site pain, fatigue... headache, muscle pain, and chills. ask your doctor or pharmacist about all the risks and benefits of trumenba and tell them if you've received any other meningitis b vaccines. meningitis b can be spread by typical sharing like... a drink... a spoon... a kiss. it all started here... it might have bee
CBS
Oct 31, 2016 12:00pm MST
explosion in a coal mine in southwest china has 33 miners underground. so far, workers have located 12 people underground. investigators are trying to figure out how this happened. china's mining industry has long been among the world's deadliest although it is getting better as safety improves in the smaller, more dangerous minds. >>> the hunt for an oklahoma man wanted in a deadly crimes spree -- crime spree is finally over. western oklahoma. police say a sheriff spotted michael vance and pulled him over. the sheriff was hit in the shoulder and arm in crossfire. uncle fans was tracked down and eventually again killed in a shootout with troopers. they got a tip the fugitive was in the area after a car he still was spotted hidden away. >> a farmer discovered a vehicle in his field, a vehicle that came very close to matching the description of the vehicle we ha for. >> michael vance is suspected of shooting and stabbing his aunt and uncle and women to officers who came after him. he had posted facebook live videos threatening more violence while he was on the run. >>> last-minute merges
CBS
Sep 8, 2016 12:00pm MST
directlied at the pope and others. >> he tried to smooth over his botched arrival in china, the incident was simply las vegas are trying to explain how a murder suspect managed to escape from custody at the police department. check out this video, you're watching the murder suspect as he breaks the handcuffs holding him to the desk. in an interview room. unfortunately, nobody was watching this live feed. he broke tiles in the ceiling, climd up, away, and out of the and now we take steps to prevent it from happening again. we're not perfect. the police are simply not perfect. >> the police did recapture the suspect days after his release, they say policy changes are now in place. >>> all right. it is 12:14. happening from wall street, the dow jones industry down 40 point, sitting at 18485. >>> well, air china says it has removed all copies of an racism over this, a travel tip in the cover story warned visitors to london about going to neighborhoods with large populations of, quote, indians, pakistanis, and black people. end quote. that set off protests and a demand for an apology. they blamed
CBS
Sep 2, 2016 12:00pm MST
. >> the family of a utah man who's son disappeared in china 12 years ago has a glimmer of hope. a news article claims he's alive and living in north korea. he disappeared in china in 2004. the chinese government believes he probably died while hiking. his family says there's no evidence. ey north korea. the new article in japan would support that. it claims he's married with two kids, teaching english in north korea. it says he even tutored north korea leader king jong-un. his family is pushing the government to investigate that claim. >>> a woman went to pick up her son at the airport and was handed a different kid. sent on different flights. cell phone video shows martinez here in the black hat passing the boarding gate at the santiago airport into dominican republic. somewhere along the way, a passport mix up sent andy to boston and this boy to new york. martinez describes the three excruciating hours while waiting for her 5-year-old son missing or kidnapped. >> then i'm told he is not there. i say oh my god. what did you do to him. where is he at? >> cannot imagine that the mo
CBS
Oct 21, 2016 12:00pm MST
for people at the national zoo. they need to say bye-bye to the panda. she is going china show was born at the national zoo. the pandas were on loan to the u.s. under the terms of the loan agreement, the children move to china for breeding, generally around the age of 4. she is now 3, almost 4, and she next year. >>> happier news at the san diego zoo. the gorilla is a new mom. the zoo keepers say mom and baby appear to be doing well. look at how cute. the gorillas are still on display but the zoo is letting visitors know it is going to be tough to get a look at the baby. lock at how nestled she is in there. shea protective mom and she is not letting that baby out of her arms. >>> people in houston are being warned to watch out for these little guys. they're caterpillars. oh, gosh. under the soft layer of fur they have poisonous spikes that break off and stick in your skin if you touch one. it is incredibly painful as you can imagine. they come out this time of year and they don't g away until the peck of winter. still to come on cbs 5 news, preston is going to have a last look at y
CBS
Nov 22, 2016 12:00pm MST
news washington. >>> 17 people were killed in a massive pileup on a highway in china. look at these aerial pictures. this is awful. another 37 people were hurt in this crash. drivers say the roads were slick and there was heavy fog in the area. two cars crashed and turned sideways blocking the road. it triggered a reaction. >>> former nba star dennis rodman has been charged with hit-and-run accused of causing a crash while driving the strong way on a freeway in california. he was driving in the hov wrong way of the i-5 through santa ana when a driver crashed into a wall trying to avied him. this happened july. rodman's attorney points out his client didn't hit anyone. >>> let's look at the big board. dow sitting at 41 up. earlier today we hit a record 19,000. looks like we are only less than one point away. now it is 19,000. record numbers here. >>> statistics are showing nearly two million americans are addicted to prescription drugs. painkillers morphine and oxycodone. behind statistics there are real stories of people you would never expect. >> i tell the same story over and over
CBS
Nov 2, 2016 12:00pm MST
river in southwest china. workers at a hydro power station found this wild panda stuck on a narrow metal walkway at the top of a dam. they tried to get it to the river bank, but it became anxious. eventually they had to carried it to safety. >>> new york's rockefeller center has picked out its annual christmas tree. and the crews are moving wires and conductors so they can cut it down safely. they actually have pretty specific rules for this tree. it must be a noserway spruce that is 75 feet tall and 45 feet in diameter. it must also be near the end of its life. >>> still to come on cbs 5 news, we're going to have your la i'm tom o'halleran, and i approve this messsage. paul babeu oversaw a place of horrors as headmaster of a school for at-risk youth. students were denied basic human rights and were subject to sexual abuse. arizona's largest newspapers endorse tom o'halleran for congress. "the republic" says, "elect tom o'halleran. his words match his work." and "the daily star" said, "o'halleran puts the common good above party politics. tom o'halleran -- a leader we can trust. vo
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