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CBS
Aug 12, 2017 7:00am PDT
has not responded, but china indicate if the u.s. strikes north korea first, it would intervene on north korea's behalf. >> i will be speaking to the president from china tonight. and we've been working very closely with china and other countries. that phone call will take place tonight. >> military experts do not believe north korea has the capability to hit california with a nuclear bomb at this time. but we spoke to an aide to a san francisco supervisor. this week he checked that off the list, got our first constituent wall asking if there are any nuclear bomb shelters in san francisco. >> the answer is no. for most emergency situations, the best thing to do is shelter in place. >> but in 1971, the city of san francisco says it could accommodate 6.2 million people in shelters in the event of a nuclear attack. most of them were buildings around the city. case in point here downtown in this building. 4,000 people could shelter here in this garage in case of a nuclear attack. >> there are 28,000 u.s. troops on the border between north and south korea right now, 3,000 more are on th
CBS
Jun 3, 2017 7:00am PDT
is california governor jerry brown who left for china yesterday. he'll meet with chinese officials about china becoming part of california's carbon trading markets. carter evans caught up with governor jerry brown before he flew to china. >> what message does that send to washington? >> wake up. >> we caught up with governor jerry brown as he was boarding a flight to beijing. >> when president trump does something so outrageous to the science and the reality of climate change, we can't stand idly by. this is serious stuff. >> reporter: brown immediately formed the u.s. climate alliance with washington, new york, mexico, and canada, to honor the commitment of the agreement. those three states make up a 5th of the population. and 11% of the u.s. emissions. california has adopted the nation's toughest car emission standards and then pushed solar and electric cars. >> the president says it's putting us at a disadvantage. >> he's wrong on the facts, wrong on the science, wrong on the economy. >> reporter: a plumber before working in solar. >> i lived a good middle class life. i was able
CBS
Sep 26, 2015 7:00am PDT
table book. she was also working on a second book about a family in southern china. >> i will probably have to write off the project from china completely because it was so ex-pensive to go there and i have lost the documentation. >> reporter: jennifer thinks that the thieves popped the screen off of her bathroom window and climbed inside. now she is on a mission to get her work back, passing these pliers out and neighborhood. >> i will pay a reward to get them back. >> reporter: jennifer says most of the dries looked like these. >> and they also have handwritten notes on them about what is on the drive. >> reporter: they are worth throes a thief, but her, the subjects, and the books, they mean everything. >>> a lot of people going to great lengths to get their hands on the new iphone coming out today. but a woman didn't use her hands at all. >> and here is a live look outside right now at san francisco, looks like the clouds are hanging and, and the fog but it is shaping up to b,,, >>> well, welcome back. here is a live shot from philadelphia this morning. this is at pope giv
CBS
Sep 3, 2016 7:00am PDT
defense secretary believes it was cord out by an -- group. president barack obama and china's president approved the paris agreement earlier this morning. china and the u.s. are responsible for 40% of the world's carbon emissions. the agreement set a goal of cutting emissions, enough to keep down earth temperatures, the first comprehensive climate agreement, expected to be obama's last trip to asia as president. >>> an earthquake struck in oklahoma, reports of broken windows and buildings with bricks that fell. no injuries have been reported. this is the biggest quake to hit it since november 2011. >>> the first hurricane to hit florida in more than a decade brought heavy rains and 80 mph winds. it battered the gulf coast yesterday leaving one person dead and knocking out power to hundreds of thousands. but hurricane hermine, which has been downgraded to a tropical storm is not done with the path of destruction as it moves up the coast over south carolina. >> the biggest concern is people getting out on the roadways that really don't need to be out there. the population rolls over new a
CBS
Aug 15, 2015 7:00am PDT
explosion rocked a warehouse in china sending a fire ball and smoke into the air. this is the same sight of ha that deadly explosion earlier this week. chinese officials are denying a report that evacuations are in place for people within two miles of the fire. the number of people killed last wednesday is now at 85 with dozens of people still missing morning. >>> travelers have a new way to get to and from the oakland airport. uber made an agreement with the airport to allow the company's uber service to pick up and drop off people. now it is part of an 8 month pilot program. ride share companies like lift, they have to follow strict rules when taking people to the airport. >>> siri is maybe having a hard time understanding people at times but for and 18-year-old, she really came there. the jack holding collapsed when he was work orange his truck. he heard series voice. the phone was in his back pocket and siri accident richardson called 911. ray asked to call 911 and siri did that. >> you are stuck in your truck? >> the operator got him help. the teen offerer suffered burns and s
CBS
May 7, 2016 7:00am PDT
china. [music] nothing like the beatles to start saturday. hey jude will appear in the chinese coming of age film yesterday once more. an executive says that music -- movie could help introduce the beatles into a new audience. >>> if you want history from the oprah winfrey show, you are in luck. studio audience cares are up for auction. money raised will go to the oprah winfrey leadership academy foundation. bidding on chairs starts thursday online. >>> powerball fever is growing this morning as is the jackpot. how much you could walk with if you win. ,,,, your favorite style of cake. endless possibilities. mother's day cakes from baskin-robbins. treat mom to one today! found stabbed to death in h san francisco home. marla welcome back five things to know and 55 investigations are underway after a prominent defense attorney was found stabbed to death in her san francisco home. molly zamora found in her backyard in arkansas street, potrero hill. the 65-year-old with a public defender for three decades before leaving the office. neighbors say she lived with her nephew was taken in for ques
CBS
Jun 18, 2016 7:00am PDT
:00. >>> the iphone six and 6 plus have been band in parts of china. >>> plus summer vacation begins. first family is yosemite national park this weekend. a look at what's planned today. >>> you can check out the vehicles and equipment, a lot of kids are going to be excited about seeing those big trucks. that is at sea bowl bowling center. starts at 10:00 this morning. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, for days-- this morning-- t california hikers are now s crews, includi agencies wit >>> welcome back. after missing for days, this morning two california hikers are now safe. crews including ten different agencies with choppers and search dogs have been looking for the two campers since tuesday. one of the hikers, mark smallwood is an experienced hiker, but he said they ran out of food. they only had a pack of honey left. the friday of family ended up running into him. >> we heard some whistling and then they heard it and said you're the missing hiker. >> i'm home. i'm so home. >> clearly in good spirits, the couple joked that they're ready to sign up for the reality tv show s
CBS
Jun 10, 2017 7:00am PDT
jerry brown is back in california after a high profile trip to china. he's trying to build a coalition of states and nations to fight climate change. during the five day trip to china he signed a climate deal, blasting president trump for backing out of the paris climate agreement. governor brown has joined world leaders. yesterday in san francisco he welcomed germany to the coalition. >> there's a lot to be done. and because of the certain lack of focus in washington it becomes all the more imperative for the states to take responsibility. >> california may be a leader in cutting emissions but the progress has been slow. the california air resources report found that the greenhouse gas emissions dropped less than 1% from 2014 to 2015. >>> the clock is ticking to finalize the state budget. lawmakers are stick on how to spend $1 billion in the new tobacco tax revenue. and it's a done deal. and california voters are not happy with the recently passed gas tax increase to fix the roads. it's projected to raise $52 billion. 58% of voters surveyed oppose the bill. and 39% are stron
CBS
Jun 11, 2016 7:00am PDT
record. the flick opened in china making 46 million dollars in one day. that's the best showing ever for a nonweekend release in china. warcraft is in u.s. theaters. >> it seems like movies are upping each other every time one is released how about the forecast are we speccing a goodone. >> beautiful today a little cooler tomorrow. june gloom will return so if you are tired of it, enjoy the blue sky today. we have fog to start the day. today is the warmest day of the week. onshore flow will increase again tomorrow. temperatures will be nice and we will see sunshine but likely it will cool along coast first and as we make our way through workweek into midweek we will see more cloud cover and more of the june gloom. >> all right we will take it. time for us to call it a morning. we will be back tomorrow morning at 7:30 with phil matier. enjoy your saturday. ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, narrator: today on lucky dog, a life spent on the run. brandon: lola has this very tightly-sealed shell around her. she's always looking for the way out. narrator: but a blossoming new friendship could inspire this terri
CBS
Apr 8, 2017 7:00am PDT
meeting in florida with china's president... secretary of state rex tillerson says both countries have agreed to work together to get north korea to abandon its nuclear weapons program. the white house says the president also pressed the chinese leader -- to level the playing field, when it comes to trade. local leaders and advocates for the elderly.. are calling on the president not to cut federal funding to meals on wheels. the program prepares meals for seniors who can't shop or make food on their own. president trump's budget is calling for an 18- percent cut to the department of health and human services. yesterday.. assemblymember kansen chu and others hosted a news conference in fremont to bring the issue to light. they worry the cuts could impact funding for the meals on wheels program. ((mary: "2623 (laughs) they have no conception of how these people mostly seniors survive 33")) it's estimated two-thirds of the meals provided by meals on wheels.... are delivered to the elderly. many of the rest are served at community and senior centers. today marks the 75th anniversary
CBS
Aug 1, 2015 7:00am PDT
for china's capitol. >> beijing [ cheering and applause ] >> that city will host the 2022 winter olympics after hosting the summer games back in 2008. now, several cities have hosted the games more than once but no city has. >>> held both summer and winter games. >>> and now out of rio, the destination for the 2016 summer games, an associated press reveals that the water wren views are full of raw sewage, viruses, and bacteria there. now the officials say it will all be cleaned up by next summer. >>> well, a wrestling star, piper chid. he was a villain in wrestling. his clashes with hulk hogan were legendary richardson. he is survived by his wife and four kids. >>> well, the cannabis industry runs on cash but now it could be doing business with banks. some groups are trying to put pressure on congress to let banks serve legal medical marijuana businesses. they pay sales taxes by transporting large bags of cash and that can pose a safety risk and encourage crime. >> banks are pretty conservative. they look at the situation and say do not want to be a part of this. and now the busi
CBS
Aug 22, 2015 7:00am PDT
he started shooting. and-- a bloodbath on wall street. triggered by trouble in china. we'll show you the impact on the y area's real estate market. >>> terror on a train. one man started shooting. >> and a blood bath on wall street. we will show you the impact on the bay area's real estate mark. >> this is the greatest female for flagging of all times. >> we have got a cloudy start to saturday. >> it should be a nice weekend especially if you like yesterday's temperature. we will be seeing more sunshine today starting with a live look this morning at the golden gate bridge and temperatures pretty mild, 63, concord, okay land and livermore, the city 61 degrees in san jose, 60 degrees. a cloudy start. a little bit of drizzle along the coast. sunshine away from the coast. high temperatures remain seasonal, maybe a couple of degrees above yesterday. we'll take a closer look at your extended forecast. >>> two of the men that thwarted an he attack on a train headed to paris are from california. anthony saddler is a college student from sacramento. his friend, spencer stone also from sa
CBS
Feb 11, 2017 7:00am PST
the china town community treat fair at 10: 10: -- street fair in san francisco. 5 5:00 watch san francisco's chinese new year's grade. it starts at second and market streets and continues through china town. tonight at 8:00 society of single professionals host a valentine's ball at the ferris ballroom. ,,,,,,,,,,,, mayor will deliver his state of the city address. >>> more bay area headlines. san jose's mayor will deliver his state of the city address. the mayor will recognize dedicated city employees and community leaders and lay out his goal for his third year as mayor. a free resource fair is planned after the speech. it begins at 10:00 this morning. >>> progress in the fight over ferry service in the bay area. commuters have been waiting a year for golden gate to take over service from tiburon to san francisco. the blue and gold fleet said it could not afford to continued operations. after delays golden gate says its will bring a sublease agreement for blue and gold for the full bridge board in two weeks. if board needs to sign off before golden gate ferry service starts. >>>
CBS
Mar 4, 2017 7:00am PST
robbery. this man attempted to rob a jewelry store in china town last month. the suspect knocked a woman to the ground as he enters the store on grant avenue and pulls a gun and smashes display cases and then leaves without taking anything. >> you can see from this video that this is someone who is dangerous and he goes inside to knock someone over. he's waving around a gun and smashing the cases. >> investigators are asking for help to identify the suspect in the picture and in the video. >>> well, an affordable housing hearing got heated over a plan to make it easier to find a rent control place in california. the landlorders were fired up as they voiced their disapproval of several new laws. one would allow local governments to make rent control apply to every building in the state. >> we have seen late rally vulnerable tenants around the statute of california who are at risk of being evicted because they can't afford the rent for an average two bedroom apartment in san francisco. we have to do things to protect the tenants as well. >> landlords warn the proposal would lead to a
CBS
Apr 29, 2017 7:00am PDT
, pennsylvania. >>> well, despite pressure from the u.s. and china, and in violation of u.s. sanctions, north korea launched another medium-ranged ballistic missile. the missile broke apart a couple of minutes after the launch yesterday and fell into the sea of japan. it's the second failed launch in recent weeks. president trump responded on twitter, saying, quote, north korea disrespected the wishes of china and his highly respected president when it launched, though unsuccessfully, a missile, bad. cbs political reporter john dickerson will interview the president. you can catch that on face the nation, here on kpix5, after our newscast. >>> russian officials tried to influence the 2016 presidential election. facebook has released a report showing how they might have done it. according to that report, it starts with creating made-up content, which is posted on the internet. next, facebook users post that information and share it. then real facebook users pick up on that information and pass it on. >> and then, once real people see it, once people are "hooked ," they spread
CBS
Feb 4, 2017 7:00am PST
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CBS
Feb 20, 2016 7:00am PST
tons of coal to china and other countries. it would prohibit public funds to export coal near communities. >> i believe this would be the largest coal export depot in the united states and we do know the port of -- we did know they turned it down years ago. >> it would be in covered cars but critics say it would not be enough to keep the communities safe. >>> a warning about hoverboard, use them at your own risk. it is responsible for fires like this in brentwood. there have been more than 50 similar incidents in other states. it's now claims none of the boards currently on the street are fake. >> they run into people. i've seen them cut people off. >> hoverboard were banned on the campus of san francisco state this week. many airlines will not allow them on board and amazon quit selling them all together. >> let's take a quick check on our weather forecast. actually a little bit of a longer look because if we like the warmer temperatures we're going to want to linger. >> reporter: and i say they will be lingering through most of the next week. in fact the next chance of rain
CBS
Jun 17, 2017 7:00am PDT
opening for russia, for china, for other countries. i mean this country is losing its leadership in the world. >> reporter: but supporters of trump's policy says it puts the burden on the cuban government to enact reforms that respect's people freedoms. >> the ball is in your court now. it allows the average cubans to open hotels, restaurants, to open resorts and we'll be able to deal with them. >> reporter: and that is sharon chin reporting. the change is not expected to take effect for if several months. if you have booked your trip you are good to go even if you do travel after the new policy takes effect. >>> and now to a break in the case on the lyft driver brutally beaten on the bay area highway, emily turner shows us the suspect in custody. this brutal assault happened on the site of 101 in march after a lyft driver nearly hit a dirt biker. the beat down that followed stopped traffic, broke the driver's leg, and damaged his car. it took three months. but derwayne johnson, gabriel rodriguez, and johnson are all behind bars. >> we served the warrants early morning and we were a
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