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Oct 30, 2015 1:37am PDT
have more than one baby if they choose. china has officially ended its one child policy. why change it now after all these years? that's what kpix5's cate cauguiran went to find out. lonely. t today's announcemt changes these yo >> reporter: last year sherry james said she was worried about her son being an only child. >> he'll feel lonely. >> reporter: today's announcement changes everything. sherry and these young women no longer have to stop at one. >> it is a historical moment for china, for chinese people. >> reporter: families can now have two kids. this usf professor says this change was purely a business move. >> currently china is having slow economic growth, so how to reverse that, how to keep china's growth engine going. you need people. >> reporter: china's population is getting older she says and there are not enough workers. >> there are fewer and fewer young people coming into the decades. >> reporter: china's policy was designed to slow population growth, but it was unpopular with some including forced abortion. [ audio difficulties ] >> the imbalance it created by the
CBS
Nov 6, 2013 11:00pm PST
the heart of china town from a secret entryway, we descended under the streets into one basement. our guide committee activist is in the late 1870s and for decades afterward, this was part of an underground china town, a haven for gambling, prostitution, opium and drinking under prohibition. >> people would always talk about don't go under because there's things down there that's dangerous. >> china town revitalization, says she's led more than 1500 people on tours into this dark world over the years, under the cob scombebs behind peepholes. she shines light on her history. as a boy, her father used to run here with friends. >> they would challenge each other and say i bet i could go from here to over here and see how fast they could doit. >> almost like a secret maize? >> yeah yes. >> the rooms were hidden under the streets of family-owned shops, schools and temples. historic china town once housed a donz ethnic communities including african americans, greeks and japanese. this fall, archaeologists are digging for remnants of china town's history. the rail project could run thro
CBS
Apr 4, 2015 1:37am PDT
. >> only on 5, why starbucks thought a man born in san jose was a coffee spy from china. >> and there is help for your water starved lawn if anyone can get water for free. >> how is this for you? high ins the 50s . three straight days with a chance of rainfall, and a snow level of 4,000 feet. january? no. next week! we will talk about it coming up. >> starbucks has apologized to a bay area man after one of its executives accused him of trying to steal trade secrets and take them to china. sharon chin spoke to the man in an interview you will see on 5. >> reporter: bay area native daniel was on a trip to seattle when a starbucks executive came up to him. >> i want you to know, we are very open with our equipment, if you want to take any of it to china, you can take it. >> reporter: he came back. >> you know what you can't get in china? our training. [ laughter ] >> how did you react to that? >> i think that i was really shocked and taken aback. we didn't know what to think. we were dumbfounded. >> reporter: daniel complained to starbucks and detailed the comments in a yelp review
CBS
Oct 22, 2014 11:00pm PDT
tour bus taking tourists around san francisco, a racist rant. >> reporter: san francisco's china town named one of the nation's best neighborhoods last year, but one tour guide does not agree. >> [bleep] your little food. [bleep] your markets with your turtles and your frogs inside. okay? >> reporter: with enough f bombs to make george carlin blush, a tour guide working her last shift lefts the tourists know what she thinking of china town. >> [bleep] your three or four people inside of your little sros. >> reporter: the video appears to be no joke. much of it not safe for tv. >> when you come to america, you have to assimilate a little bit. here in america, we don't eat turtles and frogs but they have to bring that here to america. there is a limit. okay? you have to assimilate a little bit. >> reporter: in the cross hairs, salons, the crosswalks, the food, the language barrier. >> we are sad that in 2014, someone would utter these racist comments. >> [bleep] your dragons. >> reporter: about a minute into the video, listen closely. that's applause. >> i hope that we learn that they d
CBS
Sep 15, 2016 1:37am PDT
the first death involving tesla technology. the accident in china happen in january and tesla did not reveal the information that could have saved brown. he argues with the lack of's safety standards is allowing tesla and other companies who want autopilot technology to use drivers as guinea pigs. after the accident in florida tesla said in a statement the drivers acknowledged the system is new technology. and in a beta phase. drivers are told to keep their hands on the wheel and that you need to maintain control and responsibility for your vehicle while using it. >> we don't call a device autopilot if you expect people to put hands on the wheel. >> reporter: he reached out to tesla that happen in china but we have a not heard back. >>> goobers self driving cars have hit the road in pennsylvania. ford fusions feature 20 cameras a radar system a 360 degree 3-d map. uber launched the pilot program and pittsburgh today and uber engineer sits in the driver seat to take the wheel in case of an emergency. >>> what is causing smartphone batteries to catch fire? samsung claims a manufactu
CBS
Nov 12, 2014 1:37am PST
. >>> china made a breakthrough to cut greenhouse missions. president obama and china's president unveiled new targets in beijing. the new goal to reduce 26 to 28% by 2025 compared to the 2005 levels. earlier in his presidency, president obama pledged cutting emission levels by 17% by 2020. >>> in about an hour-and-a- half, we human beings will try to do something in outer space that has never been done before. paul watches the skies for us tonight. he is aiming higher into the heavenning. >> much higher. there is a comet zooming by at 49,000 miles an hour. trying to paint this picture. 300million miles away from earth. and europeans are trying to land a spacecraft on the comet. the rosetta space probe has been flying across the solar system the past ten years. in about 90 minutes, they are going to release a landing craft. once it is released, it can't be steered. that is fancy jargon for saying they are dropping it. the comet has to be in the right position for touchdown. scientists hope the probe will land and help us learn more about the composition of comets and how they reac
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Apr 3, 2013 11:00pm PDT
, look at that. a talking nixon. [line rings] china panda. yeah. i'd like to place an order. uh, yes, what you like? this supreme flounder, it says, "first time served in america." is that true? what number? 47. yeah, first time. what else? uh, that's it. address? 78 west 86th street, apartment 3e. that's south side. sorry, we don't deliver below 86th. i'm not below. yes, you are. street itself is boundary. your guy can't cross to my side? if we deliver to you, then what? 85th street, wall street, mexico, 84th street? all right, fine. i'll just cross and meet him. sorry. food only for those who live within boundary. [ring] china panda. [disguising voice] uh, yeah, yeah. i'd like to place an order. uh, what you like? well, i'm a papa. bring it on. nothing's throwing me at this point. well, as of today, i am proud parent of a one-mile stretch of the arthur burkhardt expressway. oh, that adopt-a-highway thing. yeah. i'm part of the solution now, jerry. yeah, i went down there, and i checked it out this morning. here, take a look. mile 114. oh, looks just like you. oh, i'm beaming, jerry
CBS
Aug 11, 2017 11:00pm PDT
. later china indicated that 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 with 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. still locals are on edge. jeff montenajo is an aide to supervisor mark ferrell. this week he tweeted check that off the list, got our first constituent call asking if there are any active nuclear bomb shelters in san francisco. the answer is no according to the emergency operations center. >> it's not necessarily about evacuating the entire city, but nearly for most emergency situations the best thing is to shelter in place. >> that wasn't always the case. in 1971 the city of san francisco announced it would officially accommodate 3.2 million people in shelters in case of a nuclear attack. these aren't necessarily shelters built to be shelters. most of them are buildings around the city. case
CBS
Jun 27, 2017 1:37am PDT
particularly from china dropping tons of cash on extravagant homes. take this 6500 square foot home sitting on 18 acres of land in portola valley on the market for just under $17 million, complete with a two-bedroom guest house, views of the santa cruz mountains, a spa room, and -- >> this wine cellar is amazing. >> reporter: but he's seen a slowdown in one kind of buyer. >> the middle class in china because of the crackdowns on some of the current migration rules. they've been finding it more and more difficult to get money outside of china. >> reporter: chinese authorities have escalated its enforcement on investors parking money offshore since last year and got even stricter in 2017. under trump, properties are moving fast. about 20% of the homes de leon sold in palo alto and atherton this year sat on the market in the fall and sold after his election win. betty yu, kpix 5. >>> do you think you had a lousy flight last time you were in an airplane? check this out. scary moments for travelers flying from australia to malaysia. their plane started shaking so violently, the pilot act
CBS
May 29, 2013 1:35am PDT
the hands of cyber sxies david martin tels us all signs are pointing to china. >> there are 29 weapons systems on the list ranging from the newest jet fighter to missile defense systems protecting u.s. bases in asia, plus another 29 technologies still under development from invisible laser beams that can destroy aircraft to an electromagnetic gun that fires a projectile at eight times the speed of sound. the report by the defense science board says the pentagon has sustained staggering losses of information incorporating years of combat knowledge and experience. it doesn't openly accuse china, but privately officials say that's who did it. many of the systems like the navy's newest combat ship and marine's are part of the obama administration's military buildup in the pacific. design information would help china develop their own versions of those weapons or come up with ways to defeat them. the report goes far beyond the compromise of secrets to warn that virtually all u.s. military operations depend on computer networks vulnerable to cyber attack. pentagon teams playing the r
CBS
Jul 18, 2014 1:37am PDT
block from here. >> shocking. never seen it in china. >> reporter: ming wu was buying a car at a nearby dealership when he heard the cries. >> that's the guy? trying to pull a woman from her car. and then he heard screaming from the lady. >> reporter: alameda county sheriff's deputies say it was a savage case of domestic violence. a man publicly beating a woman as witnesses watched in horror. >> he was smashing her head violently on the car and dragging her up and down the sidewalk and repeatedly beating her. >> reporter: an assault so violently, a deputy who arrived on his motorcycle quickly abandoned the bike and rushed to the woman's side. that is where the details get murky. witnesses say the deputy pulled the woman from the car and the suspect tried to drive away. >> he may have tried to hit one of our officers an the female victim as well. >> reporter: whatever happened, the deputy opened fire though it appears the suspect was not armed. >> the officer shot him like, six or seven bullets. >> reporter: the suspect died a short time later, wu told us he believers the officer
CBS
Apr 12, 2017 11:00pm PDT
with special needs living in their orphanage in china. the winning bid, $3,500 going to amy fu who was visiting from china and very involved with the orphanage. [ speaking foreign language ] >> the translator: to her, this football is a football of love. it is so meaningful to her. >> reporter: but after a fun filled night of raising money, the football went missing. but the football was caught on camera in the hands of this unknown man who ran off with it. and while jerry rice was kind enough to give amy another autographed football, the prince of peace children's home is just hopeing to get it back. from a fund raising banquet they called share the love. amy says she just wants whoever took that football to return it so she can bring it back to china and show the children at the orphanage. milpitas police say anyone with information needs to contact them immediately. a police report has been filed. in milpitas, juliette goodrich, kpix5. >>> tonight, bart is considering a plan to reduce its service to cut into its shortfall. along the proposals they are talking about starting week
CBS
Jan 1, 2015 1:37am PST
was. >> two people were displaced. one had to be treated for smoke inhalation. >>> in shanghai china, 35 people were killed in a stampede burg a new year's party. another 46 people were hurt as people gathered to watch fireworks at a popular waterfront area. chinese media say the stampede started when someone threw coupons that looked like money out of a third floor window. >>> tonight, cbs news learned the pilot of the air asia flight 8501 may have attempted a steep climb to get out of bad weather before the plane crashed into the java seen. as the search for the plane continues, so does the search for bodies and black boxes. >> reporter: the first bodies came back from the airport. they were identified as a woman wearing blue jeans and a boy four-and-a-half feet tall. the recovery effort is being hampered by bad weather and is now a race against time. the search and rescue officials say bodies and debris have drifted as much as 30 miles in one day. but the airport crisis center, officials come file physical details like tattoos and birthmarks provided by relatives. anything to help
CBS
Apr 13, 2013 11:00pm PDT
state john kerry is urging china to take a tougher stance on its ally, north korea. as charlie daglada explain, beijing is not offering any specifics on how it might reig in pyonyang. >> reporter: china is america's best hope in brake breaking the stalemate over the country's nuclear ambition. >> we call on knot to refrain from any provocative step, and that obviously refers to any future missile >>eportek that would mist diat kim jong-u continues to threaten targets in south korea, japan, and the quiets. >> we want to focus people on betterral terribletive. we don't want get in a threat for threat or some kind of confrontational language here. there's been enough of that. >> reporter: to encourage resolution, kerry even said the u.s. would be willing to draw down military assets in asia if china succeeds in reigning in north korea. although beijing didn't offer any specifics with chinese leaders pledged to find a peaceful solution through dialogue. the only way to do that is to get get forth korea back to negotiationings that collapsed in 2008. but north korean leaders say ve
CBS
Dec 1, 2015 1:37am PST
embrace our responsibility to do something about it. >> the president urged china and india to join the u.s. in fighting pollution, china is notorious for being blanketed in pollution like this and having the worst air in the world. >>> suspect in the planned parenthood shooting in colorado made his first court appearance today, these are the victims officer garret swasey, kiara stewer, an iraq war veteran, ask jennifer markovsky, a mother of two. julia good rich, the mother of the suspect says he could face death penalty. >> reporter: robert lewis dear showed up, asked if he had any question. >> no questions. >> reporter: sources say wept to the clinic with a duffle bag full of weapons and brought propane tanks in his car he could shoot and cause an explosion. when he surrendered he reportedly said no more baby parts. that may have been a reference to videos founded and edited by antiabortion activistists where they say they talked of selling body parts from aborted fetuses. dear lived in hartsville, 65 miles west of colorado springs in a mobile home, he was described as reducive,
CBS
Jul 30, 2017 11:00pm PDT
disappointed in china. they do nothing for us with north korea. >> calling on china, other countries, saying this isn't just our problem. >> we need international support but we also need american leadership. >> reporter: china condemned the launches saying they violate united nations resolutions but says the country does not hold the key to solving issues. >> president trump is calling this week american dream week. starting tomorrow he will be dealing with changes to healthcare. also the first day on the job for his new chief of staff. >> reporter: president trump will begin his week with a new chief of staff. monday he will swear in his former department of homeland security secretary john kelly after pushing out reince priebus last week. john kelly will inherit a white house with conversation and a president reluctant to move on from the gop healthcare bill. sunday he tweeted don't give up republican senators. the swirled watching. repeal and replace and go to 51 votes. >> the president will not accept it is time to move on. he wants to help the millions that suffered. >> reporte
CBS
Jun 2, 2017 11:00pm PDT
with the governor, jerry brown, before he flew to china. >> reporter: you going to china today, what message does that send to washington? >> wake up. >> reporter: we caught up with governor jerry brown boarding a flight to beijing to attend a clean energy summit going as the leader of the sixth richest economy in the world, the state of california. >> when mr. trump does something so outrageous to the science and to the reality of climate change, we can't stand idly by. this is serious stuff. >> reporter: when president trump pulled out of the climate accord, 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 1/5 of the population and 11% of the u.s. emissions. california has adopted the nation's toughest car emissions standards, then pushed solar and electric cars. >> the president says it's putting us at a disadvantage. mr. trump is wrong on the facts, wrong on the science, wrong on the economy. >> reporter: california has seen a boom in green jobs. andrew thurry was a
CBS
Jun 7, 2013 11:00pm PDT
tonight with a mini summit with the president of china. they're expected to talk about a wide range of issues but spying will likely loom large, including accusations that chinese hackers are on the hunt for u.s. weapons secrets. >> the united states seeks an international economy and international economic order where nations are playing by the same rules, where trade is free and fair, and where the united states and china work together to address issues like cyber security and the protection of intellectual property. >> tonight china's president said his country is calling both sides to work on the issue. president obama isn't backing down on government surveillance. speaking in san jose today, he said it's worth it. sharon, first it was cell phone calls, then it was internet data, and tonight we're hearing about something else. >> yeah. it could change the way the u.s. fights cyber terrorism. an aggressive plan. it's part of a top secret presidential direction mr. obama ordered last fall that got linked to two newspaper. it's just the latest security controversy. >> nobody is listen
CBS
Jan 23, 2015 1:37am PST
travelers heading to china. hynan airlines is going to begin its service to beijing. the only way to fly nonstop to china right now is from sfo. >>> a new restaurant opened in the south bay today to serve up burgers but this is a fast food first for northern california. betty yu shows us what is different. betty? >> reporter: well liz, this is the only place you can get a hala burger at a national chain, but you wouldn't know it by tasting it. you wouldn't know it from walking inside way back burgers. the owner says that is the whole point. it is an american classic. >> i think it is really good. the bacon is beef bacon. it is the only bacon i can eat. >> it tastes really good. well done. the beef bacon tastes really good as well. >> reporter: way back burgers in milpitas is the first halal franchise for the national chain and the first bay area location. that means any item on the menu can't have pork and the meat must be slaughtered an harvested according to islamic dietary rules. he is not trying to sell that concept to his customers. >> my focus is not halal. my focus is to open
CBS
Oct 24, 2014 1:37am PDT
particular group in our community. part of the mess message is china chinatown is amazing. >> it is not a representation of how much we love and support chinatown and other parts of san francisco. it isn't what anyone wants to see, a car hit a fire hydrant. firefighters were soaking wet. the driver kept going. >>> the skies over san francisco, the water front lit up. all part of a world series gala. executives from the giants and royals were invited. giants arrived home. buses took them to at&t park for practice. they spent the day marking sure the ball park is safe. the game is tomorrow at 5:00. >>> paul, you got to see it firsthand. >> yes. we see the sun all the time. we see the moon all the time. rarely do we see them like this together. >> reporter: a log jam in the sky brought solar eclipsen thews easts. >> can you see the sun? >> yes. >> the moon literally blocks part of our view of the sun. today's eclipse peaked peaked at 3:15. never look directly at the sun. there are a number of ways to check it out including ellipse shades. the novice sky watchers were shown what to look for
CBS
Jun 3, 2014 11:00pm PDT
and concert. hundreds gathered in china 25 years ago to promote demock schism the government responded with bullets. >> what we want to do is make sure the shining lights on human rights situation inside china. >> over the past 25 years, the chinese government has tried to erase the incident from its history. >>> it was 25 years ago the giants and as met in the world series. could happen again. they take baseball's biggest stage in the bronx. next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, when salesman alan ames books his room at laquinta.com, he gets a ready for you alert the second his room is ready. so he knows exactly when he can check in and power up before his big meeting. and when alan gets all powered up, ya know what happens? i think the numbers speak for themselves. i'm sold! he's a selling machine! put it there. and there, and there, and there. la quinta inns & suites is ready for you, so you'll be ready for business. the ready for you alert, only a laquinta.com! la quinta! it's david slaying goliath.. >> the new york yankees spent nearly half a billion in roster upgrades this season, but s
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Apr 20, 2014 11:00pm PDT
. >> the food in chinatown, good food in china food is lacking. seriously lacking. we need a good restaurant. >> this is where the kitchen is right now. eventually we would like to do late night dining and put a counterhere. >> reporter: he wants chinatown to be a foody heaven. taking over the old four seas restaurant turning the backdoor of the alley into a new entrance and updating menu for farm-table menu and meat. >> showcasing farmers are doing here now and also cleaning up a lot of the food and a lot of it to me is, you know, getting rid of a lot of the imported stuff you get from china and just make it here. >> reporter: well known restaurateur wants to turn this empty building here on broadway into what he hopes will be the french laundry of chinese food. he has plans for gourmet food marketplace and a fine dining restaurant. but she says the transformation of chinatown is more than just about food. she is thinking it needs some visual boosts. >> we enlisted the help of a hollywood set designer. >> reporter: ideas including dragons on roof tops and other size art on street
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Aug 22, 2014 11:00pm PDT
space over the south china sea. >> the message we are sending back to china, that is unacceptable and unhelpful to the military relationship we would like to have with them. >> similar fly byes from the chinese happened in march, april, and may. >>> so, do you think your car is safe? watch as this bay area thief walks up to a locked car and just opens the door. tonight, we find out how is that possible? >> plus, bay area cops caught checking out potential dates online when they were supposed to be solving crimes. to >> lift off, then boom. a space test rocket exploded shortly after liftoff in texas today. tonight, we know something malfunctioned tripping the self- destruct system. no one was on board and no one on the ground was hurt. tonight, the owner tweeted rockets are tricky. >>> tonight, bay area thieves have a new high-tech trick to break into your car. it is so sensitive. when juliette goodrich asked police, they didn't want to talk about it. >> reporter: we have heard and seen the results of the smash and grab break-ins, but now thieves are going high-tech with technology tha
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Nov 9, 2013 1:35am PST
tomorrow afternoon by a major storm, typhoon or hurricane before moving toward china. devastating pictures coming out of the philippines here is the latest. >> reporter: winds of 150 miles an hour, and blinding rainfall batter coastal villages in central and southern philippines. flooding and downed trees meant no body could get in or out. this town on sabu island was reduced to scrap wood. rough seas, tossed a crew of 15, from a barge rescuers were unable to save one man thrown over board. but it moved quickly, so fast it may have limited the mud slides and severe flooding, a major cause of death. but since we are talking about an island nation, storm surge was the number one concern. winds whipping around the storm of this size and strength, literally shove ocean water toward the shore line. the storm surge or water level rise was 23 feet. for example if the ferry building was in the philippines when the storm passed by t whole main structure -- the whole main structure would be under water and waves would crash over the clock tower. this typhoon is the last thing the philippines needed.
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Feb 13, 2015 11:00pm PST
companies are responsible for 80% of the plastic going into the ocean. china is worse with about 2.4 million tons. the united states is number 20 with 750,000 pounds. >> we have heard these stories of the plastic garbage patches out in the pacific. but that is just a small amount. >> that is the tip of the ice burg. there's a lot more. >> reporter: captain charles moore has been tracking the pacific garbage patch. >> she has over 100,000 miles of deep sea research. >> reporter: his latest discovery a collection of ropes, and trash creating an artificial island. >> there's cups like this. there's lids of trash cans like this. >> reporter: there is a floating island of plastic you can walk on? >> in the middle of the pacific we discovered this summer. we were there for this month. it is beyond my wildest fears how bad it has gotten out there. >> reporter: john blackstone, cbs news, san francisco. >> if current trends continue, the amount of plastic entering the oceans will double. >>> people in novato called 911 saying they heard several small explosions. tonight, two people are in jai
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Jan 31, 2014 1:37am PST
vasquez is in china town with the preparations. >> reporter: the streets are full of excitement and fire works as the lunar new year is about an hour away. with it comes a lot of traditions. celebrating new year's eve tonight is 106-year-old dur and four generations of his family. he came to america when he was four years ole. his family was among the many we found. >> new years eve, they cook a lot of food. new year's day, they don't cook. they just play and enjoy. >> reporter: the dinner includes many traditions such as serving fish and fowl with heads attached symbolizing wholeness and life. oranges symbolizing wealth. >> i give everybody oranges to give great fortune. >> reporter: and the red packets of cash. >> as a kid it was great from of all the money you get. but yeah, growing up, it is a bit of getting back to the culture. >> you see here all the fireworks. all the bad spirits will go away. and hopefully, everything will come true what you wish for. >> reporter: here is wishing you a terrific year of the horse. joe vasquez, kpix5. >>> one of new york's land marcs the empir
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Aug 23, 2014 1:37am PDT
. it happened earlier this week in international air space over the south china sea. >> the message we are sending back to china, that is unacceptable and unhelpful to the military relationship we would like to have with them. >> similar fly byes from the chinese happened in march, april, and may. >>> so, do you think your car is safe? watch as this bay area thief walks up to a locked car and just opens the door. tonight, we find out how is that possible? >> plus, bay area cops caught checking out potential dates online when they were supposed , female narrator: it's posturepedic versus beautyrest it's posturepedic versus beautyrest with up to $400 off. serta icomfort and tempur-pedic go head-to-head with three years' interest-free financing. mattress price wars are on now at sleep train. ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ has the power to kill 99.9% lysof germs.& free and its hydrogen peroxide formula cleans better than bleach without the harshness. dinner's on the table! leaving nothing standing between you and dinner. now who's for gravy? lysol power & free. a powerful
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Jan 26, 2016 11:00pm PST
during a stop in china town. it has special patch on the sleeve for the year of the monkey. after modeling the jersey, thompson showed off another skill. he helped make some fortune cookies. >> must be international day for the warriors. they will go down under. say hello to the 49ers new defensive coordinator. do you know this man? you will next. ,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,, will be transformed into an mecca to host the first sup media night, open >> on monday night, the shark tank will be transformed into an nfl mecca to host the first superbowl media night open to the public. the sharks played their last game before the nfl takes over the arena. colorado coach patrick roy probably wish he could have gotten on the pads because his goalie wasn't getting it done. hurdle knocked in the rebound. 2-0 san jose. two man advantage for the sharks and they convert jumbo joe to little joe. they win 6-1. how about the beat down? 1300 points for the first time for his career. and the sharks haven't lost in regulation since january 7. >>> according to multiple reports, the 49ers will hire jim o'neal
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Jan 14, 2015 1:37am PST
for landing him behind bars in china. he was walking a little stiffly because of this. 94 new iphones duct taped all across his body. the market for smuggled iphone 6s and 6 pluses has exploded in china. chinese officials are trained to spot the creative way the smugglers are sneaking in the phones. >>> tonight, there is a battle brewing over beer. sierra nevada and petaluma are feuding over this. this label. lagunitaa says the ipa label is so similar, it may confuse beer drinkers. they also add they are used the ipa label for more than 20 years and are seeking a temporary restraining order against sierra nevada's new beer. sierra nevada tends to dispute the claim. and a popup beer garden is expected to pop up on some unused land in at&t park. this shows what it will look like. it will include a coffee shop, and a waterfront deck. the yard will be located in the parking lot across the lefty odoole bridge. they are seeing it as an opportunity to use the land until a much larger development receives approval. >>> oakland's mayor has been meeting the community in the hottest ride in town
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Jun 8, 2013 11:00pm PDT
up two days of meetings in southern california. the u.s. has accused china of spying on american businesses and the pentagon by secretly hacking into their computer networks. the president's national security advisor sayses the subject dominates today's meeting. >> the president underscore resolve in this issue was really key to future u.s./china economic relations. >> the white house says both president obama and president che have also agreed for the first time to work together to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. >>> former south african president nelson mandela is back in the hospital because of recuring lung infections. doctors say the 94-year-old is seriously ill but his condition is stable. he was taken to the hospital in the middle of the night when his condition suddenly got worse. >>> the san francisco 49ers now say that they will spend another $100 million to install a new tech features for the fans at santa clara stadium. news that the bay area will be hosting super bowl 50 had a lot to do with it. team officials say the cost of stadium will rise to $1.3 billion, and t
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May 14, 2017 11:00pm PDT
expressed concern over the launch. china called called for restraint and calm. china has been pushing there negotiate -- pushing for negotiations. cbs news. >>> the trump administration continues to interview replacements for fired fbi director james comey. the criticism from both sides of the aisle. >> reporter: dozen lawmakers, attorneys and law enforcement officials emerging as candidate for next director as the fbi. while the search goes forward debate continues over how president trump handled the firing of fbi director james comey. >> bothersome, disturbing to me. i think in many ways our institutions are under assault. >> reporter: form director of national intelligence says president trump is responsible for the assault. some lawmakers are criticizing prump for james comey's dismissal because the fbi is investigating whether anyone from the trump campaign was involved in russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election. >> the president needs back off and let the investigation go forward. >> reporter: lindsey graham wants a candidate from inside the fbi to lead the agency. ch
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Aug 9, 2017 1:37am PDT
injured... 28 of them are in critical >>> developing news out of china. at least 13 people are dead following a powerful 6.5 magnitude earthquake. at least six of them more tourists. the epicenter of the quake was the mountainous region in the szechwan province. at least 200 others have been injured. 28 of them are in critical condition. >>> tonight, authorities evacuated more than 31,000 tourists from the? own in china pick >>> in san jose, there is a manhunt for an armed robber who stormed into a liquor store and opened fire. kpix 5 kit dale tells us the store owner died trying to protect his wife. >> reporter: this is our first look behind the register where the clerk made his last stand at the end of a 15 hour workday. he had laid down to rest while his wife counted down the register. just before closing, a gunman demanded money. the victim's brother described what happened next. >> when he heard that, he stood up and said no! the gunman shot him in the chest. >> reporter: the gunman ordered his wife to open the register but she refused and grabbed the phone to call 911. the rob
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May 20, 2015 11:00pm PDT
twice when she got off a muni bus in san francisco's china town. she is in intensive care. there is a chance she might not make it. the two of them are seen here today. the granddaughter is in hawaii. the attack happened probably on stockton or sutter street and left her grandmother so disoriented she walked past her home twice. she tried to sleep it off but had no idea how serious her injuries were. now she is in the hospital fighting for her life with her attacker still on the loose. >> they should be ashamed of themselves for striking an innocent elderly, especially on mother's day. regardless of what day of the week it is. but there should be no reason why. >> reporter: connie says her grandmother had a clipper card. that could help police retrace her route. they are looking for a good samaritan who helped her grandmother after she was hit. connie hopes he comes forward to help in the investigation. i'm veronica de la cruz, kpix5. >>> tonight, these three guys are behind bars accused of a wild night of crime including running over and killing a woman in san francisco's financial
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Feb 8, 2013 11:00pm PST
kpix 56 reporter sharon shows us, preparing food and lots of it. >> families in china host dumpling-mafking parties to celebrate lunar new year's eve. this klassic grandpa las restaurant carries on the centuries-old tradition. >> the significance is you have to make your own and you do it together. >> teach us how to make pork-filled pot stickers and a sugar-filled doe ball in soup. it's harder than it looks. >> there's a hole in it. >> will ma and her volunteers are members of a bert china town tomorrow. they educate the community about chinese culture like dumpling symbolism. >> the shaped like a crescent moon also shaped like a gold and silver ingot indicated prosperity. >> these students came for a taste of chinese culture and dumpling kwi seens. >> i want to bake them at home now. >> the new year 4711 is the year of the snake one of the zodiac animals in the lunar calendar. some say it's good for finances but others say snake years include the 1929 depression, pearl harbor in 1941 and september 11th in 2001. some plan to slither from risk. >> move with caution just like a snake
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May 6, 2017 1:37am PDT
their safety deposit box without notice. >> bank of america lost their real deed to property in china. >> reporter: he said they may rules their property. banks may drill a safety deposit box due to nonpayment or if the bank is closing a branch. >> they claim one of the signer's information was missing. >> they claimed my social security was not there. >> they said they were missing the date of birth and address of one of the co-renters of the box. >> reporter: all information the bank is required to get before opening an account under the federal bank secrecy act. b of a claims it sent lets requesting the missing information. >> we never got it. >> there's no evidence of any registered or certified mail. >> reporter: the bank later provided copies of two letters allegedly sent in november of 2015. the boxes were drilled 10 to 15 months later. >> meanwhile our clients were going in and out of the bank with regular banking. >> i went in every month. >> they never informed they. >> reporter: all three customers point out they had other accounts the bank could have c-rcurrently have 17 d
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Jan 28, 2015 1:37am PST
. $18billion. the reason? the cupertino company sold 78.5 million iphones. many of them in china. a new apple watch will start shipping in april. >>> and tonight, yahoo says it will spin off its nearly $40 billion stake in china's ali baba group that sent yahoo stock up 7%. now the question in the valley, what will marissa myer do with all the cash? let's wait and see. >>> wall street, though, not impressed. investors were too busy worrying about other disappointing earnings reports. the dow jones fell. >>> people are saying the big outage for facebook and instagram was just a glitch. they were out 40 minutes. long enough to allow many people to freak out. some of them even called 911. that is of course a big no-no. east bay dispatchers got about five calls. >>> did you hear a roar over the east bay today? we know it was a fighter jet, so what was it doing buzzing over berkeley? >> and does this look like a real gun to you? only on kpix5, we discovered why a remarkable thing has happened. over a million californians have gotten something that's been out of reach for far too long. he
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Jun 16, 2017 11:00pm PDT
an opening for russia, china and other countries. this country is losing its leadership in the world. >> reporter: but supporters of trump's policy say it puts the burden on the cuban government to enact reforms that respect people's freedom. >> the ball is in your court to allow the regular average cubans to open hotels, restaurants and resorts and we'll be able to deal with them. >> reporter: changes aren't expected to happen for several months, but if you already booked a trip, the treasury department said you're still good to go even if your travel date happens after the policy changes take effect. live at sfo sharon chin, kpix5. >>> hundreds of protesters shut down a highway in st. paul, minnesota, tonight after the police officer who fatally shot philando castile was found not guilty. you can see a line of police facing off with the protesters. there was a standoff for about 90 minutes. it was peaceful. now that crowd has broken up. the jury's decision was announced earlier today. officer geronimo yanez was cleared of several charges including nance. his girl friend broadcast t
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Aug 7, 2017 11:00pm PDT
first time in eight years the two koreas and china talked at a regional security conference in manila, but the north remained defiant and promised retaliation. in a statement the north vowed the u.s. will pay by a thousand fold for heinous crime against north korea and that it is ready to teach the u.s. a severe lesson. secretary of state rex tillerson responded saying the u.s. will negotiate if north korea stops its nuclear and ballistic missile program. >> we've not had an extended period of time where they have not taken some type of provocative action by launching ballistic missiles. so i think that would be the first and strongest signal they could send to us is just stop these missile launches. >> the sanctions are expected to cost north korea as much as $1 billion mostly banning exports of coal , iron and seafood, butyralson said the sanctions won't help -- butyralson said the sanctions won't -- but tillerson said the sanctions won't help unless they are enforced. russia and china vowed to do that. >>> police say this man randomly attacked b.a.r.t. passengers. tonight he is und
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Nov 22, 2016 1:37am PST
this funeral home. following the funeral of china town community leader rose pack in september, her body was supposed to be cremated and interred in a cemetery, but that never happened. her body is inside the green street mortuary in north beach because of a dispute among surviving family members. our sources did not want to elaborate on the fate accident but san francisco magazine reports one of rose's sisters joanna had pack's body whisked away from the creamatorium at cypress lawn and arranged to have the body brought back from the cemetery and ordered an autopsy against the wishes of her other sister theresa. joann in's son tell -- joanna's son reports there will be more details on the drama tomorrow that has one of the world's most powerful political leaders ever sitting in limbo. >>> armed intruders robbed a home in kuper teen owe. two men are under -- cupertino. two men are under arrest. the suspects broke into a home last night stealing jewelry and cash. sheriff's deputies chase down these two and arrested dem. they had the stolen items on them and had a -- them. they had th
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May 20, 2014 11:00pm PDT
. >> petco will stop selling pet treats made in china because so many have gotten sick. that have gotten ill or died tainted treats. the fda has been looking into it but hasn't determined why. they will be off the shelves by the end of the year. >> near a guy or girl who can't stop sneezing. just how germ-filled thens are. we showed six common air spain -- and e. coli. they found mrsa lasted longest on the seat back pocket while e. coli on the armrest. they remained on the surface for get this, over a week. >> i am not surprised. i try not to focus on that. >> just watch my hands and don't touch my face, mouth nose. oh the dry air many the cabin help it is loly bacteria survive. we are told the airlines are working on ways to minimize the risk. >> some call it the new agent orange, they're calling ill and many are dying. there's pho proven cost but vets and their families say they know why. >> that's the service hospital. she's proud to have served her country. at the air force base she was a combat stress therapist, familiar with action exposure to danger. >> you worry and think you hav
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Jan 29, 2014 11:00pm PST
running from the family's china town apartment last week. 17-year-old justice toliver was found shot to death inside. a cousin told police her brother was mad at her her bleaching his clothes. >>> oakland mayor says violence in the city is dropping but a popular youth organization tells christin ayers not so fast. >> reporter: five days before justice toliver was killed. another young person was killed. the deaths havelet the teens here reeling. >> they are thinking about death all the time. >> reporter: while the kidding were still mourning, another shooting happened. someone fired shots at children on the playground here at youth uprising. nobody was hurt but the whole building was put into lock down. i questioned the mayor about the number of young people murdered in 2013. >> what is oakland iceland to address young children being killed? >> we plan to continue a cease fire until we call them the most violent people in the city. >> reporter: here is what her spokesman told us tonight. >> some of the efforts we took on with the community last year saw oakland have its second larges
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Jun 6, 2013 11:00pm PDT
with the president of china. >>> another debt clock is ticking down in congress. if it hits july 1st millions of americans will pay more on their student loan debt. interest rates on federal loans will double from 3 hunt 3.4. christin ayers visiting cal tonight. nobody there is happy. >> reporter: a premed student at uc berkeley and gary white is all ready deep in debt. he's one of 38 million americans saddled with a collective $1 trillion in student loan debt. >> we're seeing an increase in student loan debt that's unpredented. it's over a trillion dollars. more than credit card debt and the mortgage crisis. the loan rates double july 1st. that, in very practical terms means an extra thousand dollars for each student loan. >> reporter: many borrowers have more than one student loan. >> it's pretty scary. that creates a worry in the back of your mind, how will i pay these loans back? >> reporter: the increase will hit well over half a million cole foreignian's in their pocketbooks. >> that means over half a billion dollars of nun cole foreignians will money. >> breaking through the p
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Jun 27, 2014 1:37am PDT
just one son under china's one child policy. they brought him to america for a better life. he was killed by a knife by his roommate who then went on a rampage on the college campus. >> it could happen to your own children. so, maybe it is too late for our children, but it is not too late for all americans to stop the killing. to stop the anger. to stop the hatred. >> reporter: they feel the best way to end the series of mass killings in this country is for more parents to be more involved with their children's lives and more closely monitor their mental health. kelly wang and john chen are also critical to the media for focusing too much attention to the killer elliot rodger and his family. >> it is the word of hatred. this is the word of violence. >> it promotes the killer as a celebrity. >> reporter: these parents would rather focus on a letter written about their sons by their college classmates. >> they loved and were loved. and will forever be remembered as the magnificent men you raised them to be. >> the loss of our sons is unbearable. as parents, i could give away my own l
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Oct 19, 2013 1:35am PDT
out the lakers in china 115-89. >>> suspended five games today by the nhl for this hit from behind on dan boyle. there's no timetable right now for his return. >>> it is time for your friday night top 5. strange start to tonight, bill kelly and scott vance engage in a standoff. demands both players clear the field. at least the dodgers had something to celebrate tonight. at no. 4, molina gets hit there, but, of course, he would stay in the game because he's tough. >>> and no. 3, defenseman misses the body check and goes into the board. left on the stretcher but was alert and still able to move all of his limbs. >>> at no. 2, midnight madness, top college prospect putting on a show. might be traveling. he'll be make ago lot of top fives in the near future. pretty sure of that. >>> no. 1 friday night lights college football calvin pryor, iii, reaches out and gets it. he manages to keep his foot inbounds for interception, but wasn't enough as central florida upset louisville 38-35. >> dodgers all that money, that big payroll, got the pitching. >> the guys from the red sox and now the red
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Feb 22, 2013 11:00pm PST
the snake is upon us. now, 1 million people expected to come out to china town's new year parade. that's tomorrow. today, builders were busy putting the finishing touches on their elaborate float. they happen to be famous for posting one of the biggest and the best chinese new year's celebrations in the entire world. >>> coming up, the bay area tech company with hundreds of jobs up for grabs. and the secrets to getting hired. almost tastes like one of jack's cereals. fiber one. uh forgot jack's cereal. [ jack ] what's for breakfast? um... try the number one! yeah this is pretty good. [ male announcer ] over a third of a day's fiber. fiber one. ♪ alright, let's go. ♪ ♪ shimmy, shimmy chocolate. ♪ ♪ shimmy, shimmy chocolate. ♪ ♪ we, we chocolate cross over. ♪ ♪ yeah, we chocolate cross over. ♪ [ male announcer ] introducing fiber one 80 calorie chocolate cereal. ♪ chocolate. ♪ [ woman ] my boyfriend and i were going on vacation so i used my citi thankyou card to pick up some accessories. a new belt. some nylons. and what girl wouldn't need new shoes? and wit
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