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Jun 9, 2013 7:30am PDT
of their agenda. they accused china of spying on americans. >>> and governor brown was also in southern california to meet with the chinese president. the meeting follows the governor's week long trade visit to china back in april. he said he was happy that both sliders selected california for the summit. he also eluded to the state's future negotiations of china. >> we intend to step up our activities in china and we look forward to chinese investment here in california. >> of course governor brown wants to attract chinese investment to california for public infrastructure and projects like high speed rail. >>> today on face the nation the latest push to stop sexual assault crimes in the military. bob schieffer is talking to the women in charge. that is on face the station starting at 8:30. >>> still ahead this morning on channel 5 our political insiders on whether those lavish trips by lawmakers are really worth your tax dollars. >>> and president barack obama back. our in studio guest is not buying his explanation. we'll hear from him next. >>> and tricky solution to your we
CBS
Jul 7, 2013 7:30am PDT
died in yesterday's crash at sfo. both girls were 16-year-old students out of china on their way to a summer camp here in the united states. right now ntsb investigators together with the fbi are looking closely at the wreckage of the runway. overnight, investigators found the plane's black boxes. they have since gotten to their location. critical information about the plane's behavior before. there was not a problem with the engine. the human toll could have been much, much worse. >> and there is significant damage in the aircraft last night. inside, there is significant structural damage. when we see that, we are more -- the advice at the american airport called the glide slope indicater has been out of operation, but she says pilots had many other instruments to enable a safe lapping. >> 53 survivors were taken to san francisco general hospital. a total of 27 adults and 26 children were treated there. some of those patients are out of the hospital this morning, but six are still in critical condition including a child. stanford university hospital also took in passengers. adminis
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Jun 9, 2013 8:30am PDT
top of the agenda. the u.s. has accusedded chi ma of spying on american -- accused china of spying on american businesses and spying on the pentagon by secretly hacking into their computer networks. according to the white house, the president has also agreed to work together to reduties green house gas emissions. governor jerry brown was also in southern california to meet with the chinese president. the meeting follows the governor's week-long trade visit to china last april. he said he was happy that both leaders selected california for their summit. he also alluded to the state's future negotiations with china. >> we intend to. >> we continue to step up in china and we look forward to investment here in california. >> governor blown wants to attract chinese investment in california for a public infrastructure and for prompts like high speed rail. >>> still ahead, president obama defending the secret seizure of cell phone records but our conversation with the republican party leader shows he isn't buying his explanation. i'll have that next. >>> kids turn in their weapons in hayw
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Mar 3, 2013 8:30am PST
worker's rights issues in china. so, they will extend for a company like apple, tim cook, to say i will go to china and look at the rights of the supply team but not the rights of the employees here in this own country, so, i don't think the gay rights is an issue in china or burma, but they are looking at human rights issues in which they operate. >> we don't think of captions -- we don't think of the rights, do we? >> yes. it is the first time we see a larger country like africa getting involved in the issue of human rights, getting involved in the aspects of the country and the way they operate, so i think we are looking at what is happening in our own country. we are quick in saying we are silicon valley, we are a bass chin of forward thinking and we are not on this issue. >> i think corporations are trying to be image conscious. they don't want a lot of controversy. >> i think the prime audience is inspiring others. >> a lot of the corporations are not tech or financial. in other words, a lot are not necessarily dealing with -- i don't see supermarket america. >> safeway could
CBS
Mar 9, 2014 7:30am PDT
ground controller somewhere over the south china sea between kuala lumpur and vietnam. >> even if the pilots aren't talking the airplane is sending signals back to the company so they know how it's operating. something had to catastrophically happen to stop all the electricity in the area at one time. >> that aviation expert says if there was an explosion on the plane the pilots would have no warning whatsoever. the u.s. is sending faa and ntsb officials to asia to be ready to assist in this investigation. we will have continuing coverage on the disappearance of malaysia airlines flight 370. find the latest information on kpix 5 and on-line at kpix.com. those are a look at the top stories this sunday morning. back to you. >>> on the local front -- this week marks the first year anniversary of san jose's measure d. students at san jose state got together and they put a measure on the ballot that raised the minimum wage from $8 to $10 and hour and won. >> this is the hot topic now sings president obama vowed in his state of the union address to raise the national minimum wage . ther
CBS
Mar 8, 2015 7:30am PDT
to the 18 hundreds affect is considered to the biggest one outside of china. back to you. >>> san francisco's trash me soon turn into treasure. he depending on how you look at it. but there is a lot of backlash about this plan. >> garbage will be trucked from a landfill, we are talking 1000 tons of solid waste per day. right now the trash goes to alameda county but that contact will soon be out. >> i preferred that it went somewhere else. >> reporter: why? >> because it will be leaking into the ground. >> why are they bring it here? >> were college mycology appears to be the winner in all of this with a brand-new contract. the trash will start a rising -- the trash will start arriving in 2015. >> we also have the argument in the south bay about it. it has got to go somewhere. meanwhile, a community clashing with the city over the a development plan. it is the proposed minority development. they want minard to include more portable housing. >> as the warm spring development comes to pull people in the citizens here who are disadvantaged or face barriers will no longer be able to li
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Apr 7, 2013 8:30am PDT
played more in other far easter countries besides japan and china, and i think that is a good thing for the game. i think that in this country, baseball will continue to grow and return to some low-income neighborhoods where, for a period of time, it hasn't been. >> yeah. >> as pervasive as it should be. >> and this is interesting. the sport itself, more women now are going to facebook when you and i were kids. >> yeah. >> it's amazing and you go and watch people coming in, and that is common to see four women together. i never saw that. >> and we have to have that. on the -- in e old days, the gold standard was 1 million standance. in the '80s, if you drew, the club drew a million fans, you're doing great. congratulation -- congratulations. you want to break even this year? -- . >> and you do studies and look at what fans want, quote, unquote, experience. >> yeah. >> and i hear about the game day experiences. what are the fans looking for? the good team or more? >> that is interesting. we find that people are looking for a really compelling, fun time with their family and friends.
CBS
Oct 5, 2014 7:30am PDT
often purchased for investments. 14 of 16 buyers frrp china and all paid -- were from china and all the paid with cash. it is an investment for buyers, not a full-time resident. >> sometimes they'll come once or twice a month for the weekend, and it's a nice place for them to stay in the city. >> the condo in the new infinity building selling for $2.4 million. >> that's what's happening in the bay area. it isn't just a regional city area, it's a global market. and people with money in foreign countries. a safe place to put it. a condo in san francisco is a safe bet. it's going to appreciate. and no government is going to touch your money. it's like putting a safety deposit box there. >> and this is a trend we're seeing more and more spreading throughout the bay. >> that's right. we are a safe bet especially if you have very, very big money. >>> on tuesday, the san francisco city council votes to legalize air b&b. between the firefighters ane fire chief. our political >> and an unprecedented split: ed lee in a battle between the firefighters' union and the fire chief. what it might m
CBS
Nov 23, 2014 7:30am PST
bay area that would be coming into competition. you go up against an entire country like china. you go up against entire countries like brazil that are willing to put the sources from all around the country's into this, so it's an expensive proposition. if there's one thing we like to do it in the bay area, it's try to grab events, whether it's the super bowl or the olympics. we'll just keep going. >> and it is kind of fun. in the meantime, the holiday travel. drivers are planning a protest. they say protests may happen this week. that's after a showdown last week for two hours. cabs refused to accept passengers tying up the airports. cap these are protesting their competition. >> it created a backup on inbound roadways, but i guess the biggest concern was the inconvenience to customers. it's really unacceptable on the part of this group. >> they're all allowed to pickup and drop-off passengers at the airport. they have to have insurance, pay airport fees, and comply with the airport commission regulations. >> this is a sore spot with cap these. i've spoken with one this week. they
CBS
Jul 28, 2013 7:30am PDT
mistakenly concluded that 16- year-old ye ming wan of china was dead. she was spotted in the fetal position lying on the tarmac in front of the plane's left wing and initially she was not covered in that fire retardant foam. a coroner determined she died by being run over by a fire truck. >>> developing news out of egypt this weekend. the deadliest single outbreak of violence since egypt's military ousted its president three weeks ago. 65 people killed as protesters and police engaged in gunfire and rock throwing. the crashes were sparked when promo ha mad morsi protesters tried to expand their camp and were confronted by police and armed civilians. why an unstable egypt could mean trouble for the u.s. >> nighttime demonstrations in tahrir square looked joyful from the air as antimorsi egypts rallied for what an army chief called a mandate against terrorism. by the light of day on the ground other gatherings showed the deepening crisis. the deadliest violence since morsi was ousted july 3rd left at least 65 people dead and an estimated 270 wounded. a makeshift morgue was quickly ov
CW
Aug 18, 2013 8:30am PDT
find there were reasonable things that happened, the price of steel, we had to buy steel from china. they couldn't do the work up to our specifications. things nobody could have anticipated. we're also going to see there's been a fairly high level of mismanagement. >> we're talking about cal trans here. state agency charged with this. when you say mismanagement, i think of the bolts. what are we talking about? >> we're going to find a lot of things. original estimate was $1.3 billion. it's $5 billion more. we're going to find out how we had orders. it's going to be an interesting journey trying to find out what happened. >> this is the most glaring example of questions. but we have some even bigger ones in the works. sacramento and the voters have approved a high speed rail from san francisco to los angeles. supposed to get underway. the delta tunnel plan which is to bore huge tunnels under the delta to ship water to southern california. does this raise concerns about the ability to do those things? >> huge concerns. i was a critic of the proposal on high speed rail. i voted against
CBS
Feb 24, 2013 7:30am PST
on in china town for anybody heading out there. sound like a lot of sunshine. >>> beautiful day today that. plenty of sun. the numbers will be in the low 60s and by california standards, that my friend is chilly. right now it's 50 degrees. around the coast, at least in the next hour or so, as you head out the door, take a bike ride or do a bit of a run, looks pretty good. temperatures will be in the upper 40s by 9:30 this morning. few now 41 to start off sunday morning. concord, blue and 52 at oakland. san francisco at the airport, 51. santa rosa 40 degrees. here's what we expect, severely clear skies. slightly warmer temperatures, and it's going to stay dry right through the first week of march. no big changes as the flow over the pacific begins to split and high pressure builds in over the pacific, so the fungus drives, and sunny and warmer. and the numbers looks pretty good heading out of the bay area, look for sunshine all the way from eureka to redding to mendocino. and frequency no after a little bit of of morning -- fresno after a little bit of morning fog. 38 degrees for liver
CBS
Jan 12, 2014 7:30am PST
. >>> well, the city of harbin in northeast china is known for its bitterly cold winters. >> that's not the reason why it's called the ice city. take a look at this. for the past 30 years, the city has been hosting an annual ice festival. more than 7,000 sculptors create fantasy palaces making the festival the largest of its kind in the world. >> that's right and the artists use ice from the nearby frozen lives and the l. e. d. lights. it runs until it melts away usually in march. take a look at this. >> it's beautiful. it's gorgeous. how do they even do that? >> i don't know. i'm waiting for las vegas to -- >> yeah. >> you think somebody would do that as the next casino. >> probably will. >> so true. it's gorgeous. >> well i want to thank you all for joining us. >> "face the nation" is next here on kpix 5. >> have a great day everyone. [ captions by: caption colorado, llc 800-775-7838 email: comments@captioncolorado.com ] ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, >> schieffer: today on "face the nation" it's been a cold week, but politics turns things red hot. >> i am not a bully. >> schieffer: new jersey g
CBS
Jan 26, 2014 7:30am PST
concerns came from the fact that the bridge, much of the it was fabricated in china. there was a back and forth between the fabricator in china and officials about what constituted a proper weld. that's what the debate was. it also drove up the cost. >> we'll speak with the senator live in studio in a few minutes. >>> smith & wesson versus california. the major gun manufacturer is refusing to sell some pistols in the state. cbs reporter nick james with more. >> reporter: if you ask josh deetser, california's already too tough on guns. >> smith & wesson here. >> reporter: the sacramento gun shop owner says the state's newest regulation is more of the same. >> it creates problems for me, for the manufacturer. >> reporter: smith & wesson announced it will stop selling new handgun models in california, rather than comply with the controversial law. it requires new or redesigned semiautomatic pivotopsols to have a feature called microstamping. when a gun is fired it stamps a unique code on every bullet. in a news release smith & wesson says a number of studies indicated that microstam
CW
Apr 14, 2013 8:30am PDT
. >> and we will take a closer look at china, then and now in light of the trade negotiations going on this week. >> and if you see advertisements that look too good to be true, perhaps they are. >> we have heard that before. >>> but first to developing new, an amtrak train carrying 150 people is now moving again after a derailment in the east bay. >> the train was travel from los angeles to vancouver when the frontwheels of the engine went off the track in fremont at 9:00 p.m. it was moving slowly at the time and nobody was hurt. the train resumed its trip at about 12:30 a.m. pulled by a second engine and arrived at 2:00 a.m. >>> new this morning the coastguard rescued four people from a life raft off the coast of big sur. you are looked at video provided by the coastguard. the rescue helicopter found the four evacuees on the raft and used a rescue swim tore hoist them aboard. no reports of injuries but today the department of fish and wildlife the monitoring the rescue site off the coast to make sure no oil has leaked into the ocean. yosemite national park and sent 17 people to th
CBS
Apr 14, 2013 7:30am PDT
other in the bay area. >>> a closer look at the trade delegations that the mayor and did in china. what's coming to the bay area and what's not. >>> the top story this morning, an amtrak train with 150 people is now moving again after it derailed in the east bay. investigators are trying to figure out what caused the derailment. it was traveling to vancouver when the front wheels wept off the track near fremont at 9:00 last night. at the time, it was luckily moving slowly. no one was hurt. there were 146 passengers, 14 crew members on board. the train finally resumed the trip 3 hours later at 12:30 this morning by another engine. >>> three people were rescued after escaping a tug boat that sulk yesterday. they used a raft and a rescue swimmer was used to hoist them aboard. the fish and game are monitoring the site to make sure no oil leaks into the ocean. >>> a tour bus crash sent 17 people to the hospital, and investigators are trying to figure out what caused the bus driver to lose control near highway 41 last night. officers say the vehicle rolled down an em bankment and slamme
CBS
Jun 1, 2014 7:30am PDT
from china. . >> that really is putting a dent in the housing market and shaking things up. >>> first let's go to brian in the weather center. >> we're off to a fairly foggy start for much of the bay area. sunshine will break out all over the place. there's a live look at san jose. numbers are in the 50s. santa rosa cooler than that. it will be a fairly typical late spring, early summer sort of weather pattern with fog at the shoreline. shun shine will be coming out inland later. temperatures will warm up a little today. it will cool off tomorrow and then a warming trend coming on tuesday. san jose high of 80, 73 oakland, 66 san francisco, 77 mountain view. in the city today 66 degrees, 73 degrees for oakland. in the north bay nice, fairly warm. first let's get the latest with mark. >>> the f.b.i. and other law enforcement agencies are looking for a man wanted on federal explosive can charges. agents raided an apartment building on russian hill in san francisco yesterday. police and haz-mat were on the scene well into the night at jackson and polk streets. authorities are now on the l
CBS
Apr 27, 2014 7:30am PDT
at that. >> innocent until proven guilty but that's definitely interesting. >> the influence china may have in the future of basketball in the bay area. plus, the group quickly replacing americans in the pro sports. ,,,,,, ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] a car that is able to see to calculate, to think -- and can respond to what it encounters. even if that means completely stopping itself. it's the stuff of science fiction... ...minus the fiction. the 2014 e-class. the most intelligent e-class ever. on brand name mattress sets. get three years interest-free financing plus, get free delivery, and sleep train's 100-day low price guarantee. sleep train's interest free for 3 event, is ending soon. ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ >>> well, good morning. it is playoff time. and joining us is warrior ceo rick wealth. in terms of the sport of basketball, it is incredibly in the last -- two sports played in every country. that's soccer, the rest of the world calls football and then basketball. 25% of the players playing in the nba now are not american. they come from other countrie
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Mar 3, 2013 7:30am PST
states. but what about china? have they been involved in that and we've not known it or is this something new? >> that's an interesting question. take a company like apple who has signed on in support, they're embroiled in significant worker rights in china. it doesn't make sense for a company like apple for them to say i'm going to go to china and protect my worker rights but not going to look at the rights of my employees here in this country. so i don't think the gay right issue is an issue for them in china or burma but they are still looking at human rights issues in countries they operate so why not look at it close to home in your own backyard. >> we don't usually think of corporations getting involved in civil rights issues. they don't have a history of doing that, especially legally, do they? >> they do if you go to the antiapartheid in africa which was the first time you saw companies getting engaged in a larger issue of human rights from is a history and they deal with rights every day in various countries they operate. i like it they're looking in their own backyard.
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Nov 24, 2013 8:30am PST
now he is going china town. i think it is because people were complaining, enough already, let's see him yules the i--him use the events. >> again, it is obama returning favors and saying thank you to people who helped on previous occasions. >> but he has missed the opportunity so many times, whether it is health care and immigration. he keeps coming here and not talking issues. >> it did not matter the object was to get me reelected and he has achieve that had goal. --achieved that goal. >> he has to get back on track, the legacy is um, that? it is immigration, which he has not been able to get there either. i think at this point, it is a little bit muddled what the legacy is. >> mayor, a lot of republicans see that the immigration reform is their ticket to the future. without the voters, they are nowhere and elsewhere. it is still tough. >> oh, yes, it is going to be tough at every turn because afterall, there is still the incredible, incredible personal dislike for barack obama rooted in the halls of both sides of the isle, by the people who very there and they are still there. >>
CBS
Dec 8, 2013 7:30am PST
north korea and u.s. embassy in china to help secure his release. >>> oakland material race. one announcement shook up what is going to be a high profile race. >> a challenger to mayor jean quan, we asked libbey what she thinks she can do better. >> jean quan got competition close when libbey shaft signed up to run against her for the top job next year. >> i think oakland can do better. >> reporter: she was isn't alone. a survey found that only 5% of voters in oakland were ready to vote for juan again. >> i think it might be time for a change. >> jean quan loves oakland but i think we need something more in a mayor. >> the same chamber poll found that 70% of oakland voters said crime was their biggest concern and shaft wasted no time zeroing in on the hot spot issue. >> oaklanders deserve to have the police come when they call so that the city can be safe. >> shaft was murky when asked how she planned to deliver on the police promise. >> i will be rolling out a campaign platform in the new year. >> juan declined to comment about shaft or oregon challengers. she did however releas
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Mar 2, 2014 7:30am PST
china w terrorist attack victims say a group of moren 10 people armed with long ks stormed a train station. the attackers slashed anybody ty saw. 29 people are dead and 143 others were hurt. pe killed four of the assailan. they are calling it terrori- and blaming muslim separati rescuers say about 100 good samaritans came together yesterday to help them find three people buried in an avalanche in montana. the avalanche swept down a moun and into a missoula neigbhorhood. a firefighters a couple was inside the hom while their 8- year-old boy playing outside... when the heavy snow crushed their home. earlier this week, president obama proved he's only humao a group of young males. he gave some interesting int into the mistakes he made aa teen. thurs284 :27 i made bad cho, i got high without always thinking about the hm that it could do. i didn't always take school as serio as i should have. i made excuses. sometimes i sold mf short. :42 the president is making a ph to tear down long standing barriers facing young men of color. introduced the "my brother's keeper" initiative...which pu
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Nov 24, 2013 7:30am PST
coming and vacuuming up the checks and now he's going to china town because people were complaining to see if the president used the events. >> it's not obama seeking re-election, it's obama returning favors and saying thank you to people who helped on previous occasions. >> hasn't he missed opportunities so many times, if it's health care, immigration. >> it didn't matter, he got himself reelected. the object was, get me reelected. he has achieved that goal and now it's help my legacy >> at this point, with the health carolout the way it is, he has to get back on track. the legacy is that. it's immigration which he hasn't been able to get through either. at this point, it's muddled with what the legacy is >> a lot of republicans see the immigration reform is their ticket to the future. without the latino voters, there's nowhere. >> it's going to be a tough haul it's going to be a tough haul at every turn. afterall, there's still the incredible personal dislack for president obama rooted in the halls, on both sides of the aisle, by people who are there and still there >> interesting ta
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Feb 2, 2014 8:30am PST
than keeping money in india, china and indonesia. we are competing with that market as well. >> the city of san francisco can't act just alone. i have to talk to counter parts to build enough housing around the transportation corridors we have been building the last couple decades. >> your problem is while oakland becomes the brooklyn to your manhattan, or san jose becomes the connecticut to your new york, the people in the city feel like they are getting priced out. >> if we don't build more housing, by the way to change ways evictions happen to protect long term tenants. if we don't build more housing that pressure will be there and get worse. there are more people coming to the bay area region. >> when you say affordable to a lot of people that's a combined income of under $70,000. in san francisco to be middle class it is $90,000. middle class doesn't qualify for affordable housing and can't afford market housing. >> middle class in san francisco ranges more between $75,000 to $50,000. they are being priced out of two or three bedroom apartments and housing. that's the kind of h
CBS
Mar 30, 2014 7:30am PDT
organized crime in the china area. >> and the culture of corruption in sacramento. >> and we will be talking about immigration reform? is it still possible? it seems like it died in congress last year. but first let's start with your top stories. >>> the deadline for cover california hard to believe but it's tomorrow. those seeking health insurance coverage must sign up but midnight tonight. and here's the look at the health fair at san jose community center. enrollment counselors and insurance agents helped answer people's questions there. cover california says people who start an online application by 11:59 on march 31 will have until april 15 to finish that application. >>> arriving international passengers at the san francisco airport could be detained at custom this morning. this was the scene there yesterday. a computer glitch in the federal custom and border protection system is to blame. many passengers were forced to stand in line for hours. the backups started yesterday morning and is still unclear if the delay is completely resolved. today's first arriving flight is due in
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May 24, 2015 7:30am PDT
last out is recorded, the barriers go up on china basin giving a clear lane out and to the emergency. >> obviously, it's a lot nice we are the giants win and everyone is in a cheering mood but we still have the rest of the city to patrol. >> reporter: but as it's built up with more temples -- >> i don't know what they're going to do when the warriors are here, it will be crazy. >> yeah, that's right. we talked about the war i don't say possibly building a new arena the last half hour. >> that's right. and we have medical and tech areas. it's getting more and more compound. i'm not sure that was the brightest place to put the police station. and they did it. and 250 police personnel work in the building. >>> and governor brown is proposing an amers inty program for people who can't afford to pay off court penalties. >> the state has been in talks about it with the u.s. department of justice as well. and advocates for the poor criticize california's courts as a pay to play system. the state suspended almost $5 million worth of -- 5 million drivers licenses since 2006 related to traffic
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Aug 3, 2014 7:30am PDT
background, but china town gangster who spent time in prison and wore an ankle bracelet from the feds. chow has not been granted bail and his lawyers say he is testifying for trial and he is not going to turn government witness. what about yee? what are you hearing from his camp? >> they are the ones who will probably take the brunt of the accusations. the fbi is going after an alleged gangster and a politician. a lot of questions will be raised on how big this investigation was. was it a fishing expedition? city council members talked to people in san francisco and oakland. >> on unrelated matters. >> right. and even joe montana. what they were doing was spreading money around. looking for somebody to take the bait. so in part, when this trial comes up, the fbi will be on trial as well for how they handed handled this case. but for now, it is chow and yee. >>> all right. richmond, mental health councils for the homeless. we have a link on our website on kpix.com. >>> homelessness got political this week as republican candidate neel kashkari gave it a whirl. he became homeless for a w
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Jan 12, 2014 8:30am PST
northeast china is known for his bitter winters. >> and this is amazing. the past 30 years, the city has been hosting an annual ice festival and more than 7,000 sculptors made the fantasy palaces. >> the artist used ice from a nearby frozen river. the lights, you see, they're l.e.d. lights. the ice festival runs until it melts away, which is usually in march. >> looks like its own city. >> i know. that is amazing. ice city. what is more amazing, the people going there to enjoy it all? >> yeah. >> they're braving below temperatures. >> i want to thank everyone for joining us. for kpix 5 this morning, i hope you have a great weekend. >> we hope you join us again next weekend and we'll be back. you guys will be happy about that. >> and way to go, michelle. >> thank you. >> have a great sunday, everybody. go niners. ,,,,,, >> now a paid presentation for meaningful beauty advanced by cindy crawford. >> with special appearances by debra messing. >> valerie bertinelli. >> christa miller. >> and stars from tv's royal pains and the mentalist. >> hosted by network tv correspondent katrina szis
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May 12, 2013 7:30am PDT
to do with the politics of china town and taking down the embarcadero freeway. >> clearly the embarcadero freeway coming down was a boom for the whole city. now we have to look at how people will move in and around the city. i think we always needed a north and southbound ability. we don't have anymore more rooms on the streets. so we have to go under ground. this is the future of san francisco. i think the movement of people will be important. >> this is interesting on a political note this project has been in the works for over 25 years. it has been center of countless public hearings although not heavily attended. it's been in every congressional appropriation in san francisco. it's been ratified by the board of supervisors time and time again. but when the digging started people were up in arms. >> of course we are taking care of as many concerns as possible. i think we had a brilliant solution to those that were complaining about the machines coming up at north beach on the streets. and we got that theater site that had been vacant and dormant for so many years. the machi
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Feb 2, 2014 7:30am PST
in india, china or indonesia. we are competing with that market as well. >> absolutely. that's why it cannot act alone. my counterparts in oakland, san jose and santa clara so they build enough housing particularly around the transportation corridors that we have been building. >> your problem is while oakland becomes brooklyn to your manhattan or san jose becomes connecticut to your new york, the people in the city feel like they're getting priced out. >> well if we don't build more housing, and by the way we've got to change some of the ways in which evictions happen, protect long term ten abilities, but if we don't build that problem will get worse. >> when you say affordable to a lot of people that's a combined income of under $70,000. come on you know in san francisco to be middle class by your measurements it's 80 to 100. the middle class doesn't qualify for affordable housing and can't afford market housing. >> middle class in san francisco probably ranges between 75,000 to 150,000. they're being priced out of two or three bedroom apartments and housing. that's the kind of h
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Jan 26, 2014 8:30am PST
tourists. >> we have seen our numbers in san francisco from china go up double digits the last several years. >> reporter: tom keely with the san francisco travel association predicts only more and more chinese tour its in the next decade. the shopping being one big draw. >> they love shopping. they shop like crazy. >> i in a three-year time period, the demand for luxury goods for middle class jumped 135 purse. why the increase? a new report published by clsa on independent asian brokerage firm points out the chinese are getting more paid leave time from work. the study also cites the relaxed visa rules and worsening pollution in china. airline options are expanding, too. take united at sfo, which is ramping up its flight to and from china. >> that helps us a lot. we're getting international airlines starting service from the region and all of those factors add up to getting more passengers from china. >> reporter: the report estimates 200 million chinese will travel outside of their homeland in 2020. to put that in perspective, half of that number travelled in 2013. just a hop
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Jul 7, 2013 8:30am PDT
sfo yesterday morning. both girls were 16-year-old stay tunes from china, on their way to a summer camp here in the united states. right now, the national transportation safety board investigators, together, with the fbi, are looking closely at the wreckage. you're looking at live pictures from sfo. you can still see the debris field, as local authorities continue to come through the debris. they found the plane's black boxes. they have been sent off to be analyzed. they could contain very critical information. the airline's president says there was not a problem with the engine. this morning, chairwoman of the ntsb said the human toll could have been worse. >> there was significant damage on the aircraft last night. when we went out, we went to take a look at it. inside the aircraft, there's significant structural damage. so we certainly -- when we see, that we are very thankful all that there weren't more facilities and serious judge injuries. >> pilots are able to enable a safe landing. >> we have team coverage. we begin with phil with the very latest in the news room. >> as we
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Jun 14, 2015 7:30am PDT
secrets of the national security agency are now in the hands of russia and china. british intelligence officials say they had the files stolen by edward know zen. the two -- snowden. they reportedly have information from more than a million files containing d details of techniques. agents are no longer working in hostile countries because their safety might be compromised. people in rural upstate new york can expect a knock on the door from law enforce. a manhunt is underway near the clinton correctional facility where two convicted killers he had kind. me -- escaped they broke free using power tools. >>> the father of a man accused of shooting dallas police headquarters said his son was angry about losing custody of his son. he rammed a patrol car into the station, and eventually killed in a parking lot. for 15 bucks, can you check out a watch party inside the arena. if it goes to game 7, the doves will come back. >>> bark is assuring riders will be back up and running in time for tonight's game. they closed it for track maintenance, the work should have finished actually just a few m
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Apr 7, 2013 7:30am PDT
and u.s. hastings college of law in san francisco. >>> governor jerry brown leaves tomorrow for china where he hopes to attract billions of dollars in new investments. brown will be promoting california exports, tourism and green technologies in meetings with china's business leaders. he also plans to open a foreign trade office in shanghai. it is brown's first official trip abroad since retaking the governor's office in 2011. >>> happening right now, more than 5500 runners from 45 states and 15 countries are taking part in the rock 'n roll half marathon in san francisco and if as you can see there on the right side of your screen, they were crossing the golden gate bridge. the route will take runners past crissy field on their way back and then ending at aquatic park. drivers can expect some road closures near crissy field until 1:00 in the afternoon. >>> it is a very big kay for the cal women's basketball team. making their first final four appearance. they will take on the five seed louisville cardinals. the game starts at 3:30 this afternoon. happy's on telegraph avenue in berkele
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Nov 10, 2013 7:30am PST
recorded. it's hitting vietnam, then it's forecast to head to china. on saturday at half million vietnamese people in high-risk areas were moved to higher ground. they are hoping to avoid a direct hit that was seen in the philippines. wendy gillette for cbs news. >> people in the bay area also stepping into. the regional chapter of the national alliance for filipino concerns is asking for monetary donations to help with relief efforts. we have a link on our website. >> slow but sure as some insiders explained the progress about the plans. iranian leaders insist they are not seeking to produce any weapons. instead, they need its reactors for electricity and medical applications. >> we are closer now as we leave geneva than we were when we came and with good work and good faith over the course of the next weeks, we can, in fact, secure our goal. >> the talks in geneva include the u.s., members of the european union, and iran. the next round of talks is scheduled for november 20th. >>> closer to home, former secretary of state hillary clinton in the bay area this weekend. she give up her speec
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Jul 28, 2013 8:30am PDT
reports two firefighters mistakenly concluded the girl from china was dead, found laying in the fetal position lying on the tarmac and she was not covered in fire retardant foam. the coroner determined that she died from being run over by another fire truck. >>> and developing news out of egypt and since they ousted the president three weeks ago. 65 people killed as protestors engaged in gun fire and rock throwing. clashes were sparked by pro- morsi protestors and they were confronted by police and armed civilians. here's more on why an unstable egypt could mean trouble for the u.s. as well. >> reporter: nighttime demonstrations looked joyful from the air as antimorse egyptians rally from what a army chief called a mandate for terrorism. by the light of day on the ground, other gathering show the crisis pitting the supporters of the military, mo -- deposing morsi against others wanting to return him to office. the deadliest since ousted july 3rd, left 65 people dead and an estimated 270 wounded. the doctor told reuters tv all was shot in the head, the heart, or chest and claimed every
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Jan 5, 2014 8:30am PST
of that. >>> today, hundreds of people took part in an annual swimming contest in northern china. tourists come to see the ice carvings and watch the swimmers make their way across the river. they say they welcome the exercise and test of the will power. >> more power to them. >> thank you for joining us this morning. >> we hope to see you next weekend. have a great sunday. bye. ,,,,,,,, >> announcer: get ready, san francisco. real-estate millionaires scott and amie yancey, the stars of a&e's hit reality-tv show "flipping vegas," have chosen the san francisco area to hold a free one-of-a-kind live event that will show you exactly how you could start making money in real estate right now, right here in the san francisco area, even if you currently have no cash, no credit, and no real-estate experience. and here to tell you all about it is your host, suzanne sena. >> hi, everyone. i'm suzanne sena. my very special guests today, scott and amie yancey, say regardless of your current financial situation or experience level, they can show you how you could start making money in real es
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Nov 3, 2013 7:30am PST
like gary locke, the current ambassador to china who was the governor. >> what about our own jerry brown? is he too old? >> jerry brown is not too old. age wise you would say 76 or 77, that's a problem. jerry has no wear and tear. he is like a classic old car only by age but not by performance. jerry could still be viable. >> that's a terrible bumper sticker. i classical car. >> i don't know how he would sell across the country either, but speaking of hillary clinton, she's going to be in the bay area this week making a speech. >> coming up, one last look at this morning's top stories. >> we will be right back. ,,,,,, a-x could face the death pey if convicted. federal prosecutors have filed chars of murder and commission of >> let's take a look at the standings top stories. >> the suspect in the shooting at lax could face the death penalty. a tsa agent was killed in that shooting on friday. >> students asked to be especially careful when walking around campus with smart phones and laptops. those electronic items are proven to be a target for thieves. uc berkeley has seen a spike in
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