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Dec 21, 2015 6:00pm PST
escort service. he talked about the time in 86 when he was convicted for a shoot out at a china town restaurant with 28 people. said it was in self defense. he was sent to prison. he also testified about another crim conviction in 2000. he got out after three years of a 20 year sentence. doesn't it open it up for the jury that may have thought maybe he did, maybe he didn't. now hearing him testify nonchalantly about crimes he's committed. >> sure. but he's already written a book about his experiences. >> reporter: he says after he got out of prison in 2003, he changed, began to meditate, did community service and made a vow not to get involved in any more crime. his attorney asked him have you fulfilled your crime mr. chow? yes. have you participated in any crime? no. he only spoke once about the current criminal accusations, including murder and a rackateering string. about the assassination of china town leader. he raised his voice saying, quote, i did not kill allan wong. he is expected to take the stand again first thing tomorrow morning and then cross- examination should be live
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Jun 1, 2017 6:00pm PDT
to go to china to tell the world that california doesn't care anything about washington. >> reporter: yeah, allen. here at the capital, we have democrats and some republicans who say that pulling out of the paris accord is a job killer and they want to see california continue to lead on this issue and remain the center of green technology. >> whatever happens there, um, in washington, california will continue leading and not by itself. we are not alone. we are joined with almost the entire world. >> reporter: today governor brown said california will be undeterred by president trump's decision to leave the paris climate accord. the state has buffalos reasons to stick with green energy. -- has billions of reasons to stick with green energy. >> there's more venture capital in our state than in all of china and europe combined. i mean, this place is a powerhouse! >> reporter: and the governor says all that technology supports more than 300,000 jobs with the promise of more. >> china is not stopping. china is going to have 11 million electric vehicles by 2030. who is going t
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Aug 12, 2015 6:00pm PDT
. >>> coming up in the next half- hour, massive explosions in china. much of it caught on camera. the damage tonight and what caused this deadly series of blasts. >>> she says there was nothing classified in her emails. but the fbi isn't taking chances. the investigation into hillary clinton's messages. >> and now hiring hackers. why tesla is reaching out to the very people ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> an inmate from san francisco dead after a prison riot this afternoon. 71-year-old hugo pinel was stabbed to death at california state prison sacramento. pinel is one of the san quentin six. you got to go back a wails. 1971 escape attempt that left 6 people dead >>> an armed robbery suspect is dead after being shot by police in west oakland this afternoon. it started as a police pursuit. the suspect crashed in the area of 27th street and martin luther king, jr. he tried to carjack fore car and that's when police say they saw he had a firearm. a confrontation took place and police opened fire. the suspect died at the hospital. >>> in san jose, a hard-fought compromise over pension reform may not be a di
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Aug 13, 2015 6:00pm PDT
here with prices they can't match in china so for them this is great shopping. >> reporter: but outlet values are deceiving. deeply discounted merchandise is not the same merchandise you would get from the designer stores. >> this is made for the outlets, not you would find in a tory birch store. >> that's a big disappointment. >> reporter: outlet stores carry mostly lower quality items made specifically for the outlets with name brand labels. >> these are just techniques to make consumers feel like they are getting a deal. >> reporter: this consumer psychologist says it works. consumers are addicted to deals. another secret? these tags that compare the outlet price with the regular price are estimates comparing the lower quality version to the high-end stuff. we checked back on in on her first outlet experience. >> it's like a zoo. not finding much. >> reporter: although she admits she will likely walk away with something as well as others. last year the mall netted the city $2 million in tax revenue alone and the expansion is expected to add an additional $800,000 to that. 20
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Aug 21, 2015 6:00pm PDT
- back days for the stock market since the early days of the financial crisis. chalk it up to china whose stock market has been tanking for three months. ities economy is stumbling. beijing making a number of moves to upright those markets. not able to do so. that finally is catching up on wall street. investors worried that stocks have simply gotten overpriced and now they are pulling back. >> thanks, jason. also today, oil prices fell below $40 a barrel for the first time since 2009. they have been falling steadily for about 8 straight weeks. last year at this time, prices almost 60% higher. here's good news for you. more people in california are going back to work. the jobless rate dropped by a tenth of a percent in july. it is now at 6.2%. the lowest since early 2008. >>> elected leaders gathered in los angeles today urging state lawmakers to act now to repair california's crumbling roads and bridges. california faces a nearly $60 billion repair backlog over the next decade. it is so bad governor brown has called a special legislative session to address the issue. among the prop
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Jun 16, 2016 6:00pm PDT
campaign. see if you can guess which candidate he is impersonating. >> i love china. [ laughter ] >> i love china. [ laughter ] >> i mean, i have so many friends in china. [ laughter ] [ inaudible ] >> obviously donald trump there. but the soon-to-be stand-up comic didn't stop. he took jabs at bernie sanders too. >> one of these days we are going to a small [ indiscernible ] in new york and i'm proud to say that i'm completely mastered the donald [ indiscernible ] [ laughter ] >> the young boy's entire graduating class said it was part of an english assignment but the principal says jack is the best, the very best. the best. >> it was mui fantastico! >> he hit both sides of the aisle. politically correct. he stayed nonpartisan. >>> we are getting warmer 74 in san jose with sunshine. you didn't get any rain, san jose. it stayed north. san francisco 63. tying you with santa rosa. you did receive some rain in sonoma county and it's still raining north. oakland 69 degrees. concord 72. rain now racing north and east away from clearlake away from middletown away from lakeport. you have had s
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Feb 26, 2016 6:00pm PST
hypocracy fighting the u.s. government while caving to authorities in china. kpix 5's len ramirez explains. >> reporter: the article in the "l.a. times" says that while apple defies the u.s. government, it abides by china's restrictive rules by sensering apps, moving user date on to state-owned servers and submitting to chinese security audits. apple did $59 billion in sales in china which is apple's largest iphone market. at apple shareholder meeting in cupertino, jesse jackson says he supports tim cook's resistance against the fbi but was just learning about apple's apparently double standard with china. >> we should not be hit critz anywhere. we should take the position of human rights by one yardstick. >> reporter: the fbi want apple to crack a phone from syed farook. apple said it would have to dedicate 6 to 10 engineers to create a government operating system for the phone. >> why pay apple pay for engineers to do the government's work? >> reporter: the tech community is rallying around apple. support briefs were submitted by amazon, microsoft, google and facebook. >> one of
CBS
Apr 12, 2017 6:00pm PDT
needs living in an orphanage in china. the winning bid $3,500 going to amy fu visiting from china and very involved with the orphanage. [ non-english language ] >> to her, this football is a football of love. it's so meaningful to her. >> reporter: but after a fun- filled night of raising money, the winning football was stolen. >> she returned, the football is gone. >> reporter: but the football was caught on camera in the hands of this unknown man who ran off with it. what did it say on it? >> to amy, and signed jerry rice and then all those special records that jerry has. >> reporter: since the football went for $3,500, this sneaky move is considered grand theft. >> if people that attend our event don't think they have to [ indiscernible ] to steal this. because that night the restaurant also open to outsiders. >> reporter: while jerry rice was kind enough to give amy another autographed football, the prince of peace children's home is just hoping to get it back at a fundraising banquet that they called share the love. >> why? [ non-english language ] >> why? why in u.s. you hav
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May 31, 2017 6:00pm PDT
people pause. >>> governor brown leaves for china this week as part of a push for clean energy. but today, he slammed the president saying the president's views could not reverse the progress made in the fight against climate change. >> trump is not hurting the cause of climate change. he is giving it new life and vitality. because his denial, his statement that climate change is a hoax, is so absurd and so unbelievable, and so outrageous, that the grassroots, um, governors, people around the world, have galvanized and he is actually creating the exact opposite of what he wants. >> brown also vowed to keep california's ambitious plans to combat climate change on track. >>> tesla founder elon musk says he will dump trump if the white house pulls out of the paris climate deal. musk responded to a follower's question today saying that he will have no choice but to depart of the president's advisory council. earlier the billionaire tweeted, don't know which way paris will go. but i have done all i can to advise directly to potus. silicon valley investor has paid for billboards and other
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May 13, 2017 6:00pm PDT
china town. the china town community development center says the murals get defaced every few months and every time it gets worse. they plan to meet with police next week to figure out what to do. >>> the in n out in livermore is back open. county officials say it looks like several members of the soft ball team were sick before anybody ordered anything there. they're still screening employees just to be sure. and the restaurant has been cleaned and sanitized based on cdc recommendations. health officials suspect the teammates had norovirus, but they have not confirmed that. >>> if you're one of the many people suffering through this terrible allergy season, you want to hear this. it's about to get worse. >> reporter: peggy sutton feels under attack. >> runny nose, coughing, sneezing. runny eyes. you know, burning eyes. >> i have a question. >> reporter: doctor james wolf says patients allergic to pollen are pouring into his offices for relief. you've been in practice for how long? >> more than 35 years. >> reporter: fueled by drought- ending rain, pollen counts are 3 to 4 times what
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Jul 29, 2017 6:00pm PDT
restricting oil imports and banning trafal. western allies of the u. s. support it. the u. s. and china are still negotiating. >> we don't know what toe to do about north korea. we tend to dismiss it because if you don't know what to do, it's not a problem. >> reporter: a statement friday said north korea was in blatant violation of multiple united nations security council resolutions. trump went on to call on china and russia to do more to curb the threat. earlier they celebrated their birthday party with a propaganda video showing missiles being launched targeting san francisco. >> we have to accept we're in a mutual deterrent relationship. we're in a relationship where we can destroy them and they can destroy us. we may not like it but that's where we are. >> reporter: anne makovec, kpix5. >>> hoping to set up an emergency meeting of the security council on monday to discuss the latest missile tests. >>> sales of personal bomb shelters are booming, so to speak. atlas survival shelters was founded back in the 50s. they built shelters while the cold war was going on. business was slow
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Aug 1, 2016 6:00pm PDT
of the driver's seat in china. the san francisco based rideshare company has sold chinese operations to its chief local rival. some call the deal a surrender. others say it's a good business strategy. uber is holding onto part of its assets which could pay off down the road. china is a tough market for american tech firms. fierce competition has kept companies like google and facebook out. >>> this weekend? several water main breaks flooded parts of berkeley. pipes burst along the gilman street line. east bay mud says the old pipes are starting to show their age. jessica flores, joining us in berkeley, where the public utility says it's a race against time until the next one breaks. >> reporter: according to east bay, you can see their construction has been there all day, trying to replace that pipe. meanwhile, in this community over the weekend, four water main breaks, and east bay mud says the problem could get worse before it gets any better. just a few feet below us, there's a whole network of pipes. made from heavy copper iron, many are on the verge of breaking. >> th
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Jul 18, 2016 6:00pm PDT
on youtube. the woman screaming go back to china repeatedly. chinese americans make up more than 20% of the city's population. >>> the golden state warriors scored a political victory today. they can build their new arena. were going to see the bulldozers are excavators anytime soon ? >> >> reporter: i think we are going to. after three years. they can turn this parking lot into an 18,000+ arena. an order issued just a few hours ago, we will have this. >> we crossed a huge milestone for getting this built. >> it means a lot to the local economy. >> will probably be in the ground early next year. in this amino will open in the 20 19th season. >> we are disappointed in the ruling. we are studying the ruling and looking at our options. >> reporter: at issue, a one we are studying the ruling and looking at our options. >> reporter: at issue, a $1 billion privately funded 18,000+ the arena that will be home to the golden state warriors and host another 200 concerts and conventions each year. >> there's almost 3000 jobs and 1000 part-time jobs on event days. well pay, union jobs. >> repor
CBS
Nov 15, 2016 6:00pm PST
phone was set to send all of his text messages to china. 700million android phones all potentially sending every text even your location to servers in china. this is one of the researchers at a company who discovered a company called add up purposely wrote software to do just that. so is your phone infected? >> we are not positioned -- we are not in a position where we can know which devices are affected or not. google, every time someone has, you know, an android operating system on their phone, they would go through an android [ indiscernible ] process [ heavy accent ] >> so google potentially knows [ indiscernible ] and all the devices that potential uses this [ indiscernible ] >> reporter: so far google has not turned over that list. a google spokesman said the company is working closely with cryptowire but is not obligated to tell them which phones use them. if you have an android phone ask the maker of your phone like samsung or htc if they use it. ask if the phones are safe. is there anything on the nene would indicate to a layman that there is an issue like a slowness or fl
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Dec 29, 2016 6:00pm PST
to be taken out of distribution from china and mexico. >>> a boy is savoring the opportunity of a lifetime. sharon chin says he mixed his favorite flavors and created a dream come true. >> reporter: 9-year-old raffi loves milkshakes but they taste better when the flavor you created yourself is selling nationwide. >> tastes like kind of like a cupcake. >> reporter: it's raffi's frosted cupcake a limited edition milkshake from a food company that partnered with the make-a-wish foundation to make dreams come true for children with life-threatening illnesses. >> several kids came here to the lab to create their own milkshake flavors. people voted over social media for the favorite one and raffi one. >> raffi is my little fighter. he is also my hero. he has been through so much. >> reporter: his mother a pastry chef says the fourth grader at an armenian school has had a brain tumor since he was a baby. he had about 50 surgeries and continues chemotherapy treatment. but he loves to cook and his milkshake creation is a highlight of the holiday. >> to be able to come up with the flavor co
CBS
Jun 13, 2016 6:00pm PDT
francisco. they held signs and dogs as they called for a stop to an annual dog meet festival set in china. according to the group, care 2, about 10,000 dogs are killed for the event. more than a million people have signed the petition that will be delivered and the chinese leaders calling for an end to the festival. >> fire crews in contra costa humor have contained a fire. it started this morning in the mitchell canyon and spread to 49 acres. no structural damage. >>> getting information on one of the drivers involved in a deadly crash. the san mateo county sheriff's office is looking into whether joshua maddonaddo was driving under the influence. you can see what was left of one of those cars after it slammed into a tree. >> two people in the car and a 21-year-old and 18-year-old man died at the scene. >> a traffic change should help morin commuters. starting tomorrow, four lanes going northbound tuesday through friday four to five in the afternoon. since january there has been four northbound lanes thursday and friday starting at 4:30. >>> officials noted morin traffic picking up earli
CBS
Mar 21, 2016 6:00pm PDT
being shipped off to places like china and mexico. hancock says if utah's governor signs the bill and a check is cut, there may be no turning back. >> if that money does get transferred, it could be that a coal depot will go forward, and it's much harder to and something once it's built >>reporter:the oakland city council is divided on the project. some say the coal terminal will bring jobs, opponents hope to block the deal due to public health concerns. a developer believes the city has no legal standing. in a letter, it says the law is clear, the full entitlement and initial construction has fully and completely complied with all applicable laws and regulations. also threatened to sue, but hancock says the oakland city council must not back down. >> this is a time, i think, when we have to move forward with all delivered speed. so much is at stake, for the people of west oakland, for the state of california, and our efforts to contain climate change. for the planets. >>reporter:hancock says she is hopeful that if all else fails, environmental groups could resurrect a lawsuit arguing t
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May 2, 2016 6:00pm PDT
half a world away. we showed you how china's economic downturn has crippled recycling efforts and why it will cost us more money if we are determined to recycle. go to csf.com and click on expect more. >>> coming up in the next half hour, a woman in trouble and a convenient store clerk steps in when an argument gets out of control. his bold move when the bullets start flying. >> tumble on the campaign trail. how donald trump is taking advantage of carly fiorina's spill on stage. >> why starbucks is in hot water over its ice to coffee ratio you are watching kpix news. >>> our top stories at six. teffla secured leases on two possibly three giant warehouses there. more than a million square feet that will be used as tesla ramps us production. >>> former 9er star dana stubblefield arrested on rape charges. being booked at the santa county jail. morgan hill authorities released this mug shot this afternoon. prosecutors say stubblefield raped a woman he interviewed for a nanny job and facing five felony charges. >> gunfire erupted inside an antioch convenient store. a woman is killed and a
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Apr 28, 2017 6:00pm PDT
time before north korea develops the capability to strike the u.s. mainland. >> china is korea's biggest trading partner. the chinese foreign minister said at today's meeting north korea should suspend its nuclear program and the united states should stop large-scale military exercises with south korea. >>> meantime we're learning two army rangers in afghanistan may have been killed yesterday by friendly fire. 22-year-old joshua rogers and 23-year-old cameron thomas were killed in a raid on an isis compound yesterday. the pentagon says it is investigating whether the two were hit by small arms fire from fellow u.s. soldiers or the afghan military. >>> it's a community that is often the target of discrimination and brutal attacks!! the new ad campaign tackling misconceptions about [ indiscernible ] >> a pod of killer whales on the hunt. the killing spree in monterey bay. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, campaign... is hoping to get a lot of attention. kpix 5's devin fehely with the effort to educate the public on what it means to be sikh >>> a million-dollar awareness campaign is hoping to get a lo
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Sep 19, 2016 6:00pm PDT
funeral will be tomorrow in old china kound. >>> chp says a metal water cap broke free from a truck and went through the windshield of minivan and pierced a man's neck, killing him. the victim, 82-year-old luis shaeffer was an electrical engineer from mountain view. the shaeffer family is grateful to the drivers who pulled over to try to help our father. we are also grateful to to coroner's office and chp for their professional. >> reporter: . they have offered condolences to the family and is part of the investigation. >>> a traumatic brain injury after somebody opens fire on him using a pain ball gun. this happened just after midnight in san francisco's outer mission. he was discovered lying on the ground covered in paint with several shots to his face. a similar incidence happened in may and that victim is blind. posting this photo saying he had also been hit. >>> san francisco is busier than usual. you are right, day two of oracle is opening up. it created an open air plaza on the streets outside masconi street. closed until thursday. draw not guilty an estimate reasonable doubt
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Jul 5, 2016 6:00pm PDT
u.s., china, japan, germany, and the u.k. >>> still figuring out how to deal with works in the so- called gig economy. regulating it is an ever growing challenge in the city, so unique that supervisor mark farrell just announced the creation of a special task force to help provide administrative and policy recommendations. >>> all eyes on tesla stock today after the electric automaker says it missed projection forecasts. they are struggling to keep up with delivery lines. about ten times what it produced in all of 2015. tesla stock sank nearly 3% at one point today, before bouncing back a bit. >>> we're also getting word of another auto pilot crash involving a tesla. this one on, excuse me -- >> this one, i can take it from here. this one on the peninsula turnpike. the two men inside the model x. they did survive. the electric crossover suv was in that self-driving mode when it crashed into a guardrail, and ended up rolling over. just one day before, the national traffic safety administration issued a report about a crash in may involving a tesla model s that was used in the auto
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Apr 18, 2017 6:00pm PDT
. >> reporter: so this ad is blanketing social media targeting the under 40 crowd in mexico, canada, china, australia and the uk. >> a lot of people doesn't want to come here because of what's happening right now. >> we agree with what trump is doing. >> i think australia should follow suit! this is what's happening around the world. >> reporter: he says l.a. isn't seeing a drop like other u.s. markets but they still want to send a strong message. >> we're just very open and accepting and we want to continue to roll out the red carpet. >> reporter: beyond the social media campaign the folks at discover los angeles say they are launching a paid digital campaign target, the same five countries starting at midnight tonight. in downtown los angeles, serene branson, kpix 5. >>> music fans flocked to downtown san jose today for a free surprise concert by chance the rapper. the grammy winner announced the show on facebook this morning and gave the tickets way this afternoon. tonight's show is part of facebook's f-8 developers conference at city national civic. there you go. >>> california's ever
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Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm PDT
position. and we're going to see what happens. >> today both china and russia were part of a unanimous u.n. security council resolution condemning north korea's recent attempt to launch a ballistic missile. it demands the communist country conduct no further nuclear tests or face more sanctions. >>> tennessee teenager who police say was kidnapped by her own teacher has been found safe in northern california. officers arrested the teacher 50-year-old tad cummins last night. he is accused of kidnapping his 15-year-old student elizabeth thomas. they disappeared from tennessee on march 13. police found them 2500 miles away in a cabin near the oregon border. reporter elissa becerra shows us how investigators finally tracked them down. >> reporter: well, five weeks and 2,000 miles later a 15-year- old is now found safe and unharmed. her 50-year-old teacher tad cummins is in custody. yesterday about 9 p.m. the siskiyou county sheriff's office got a tip that a vehicle matching the description of tennessee kidnap suspect mr. tad cummins was in a cabin in cecilville, california. they had informa
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Nov 9, 2015 6:00pm PST
boy" killed alan league in 2006 to take over his china town family organization. quote this was a cold-blooded gangland-style hit, something straight out of "the godfather" ordered by that man over there. the organization has netted almost a dozen other defendants, among them leland yee. the defense attorney showed jurors photos of "shrimp boy" participating in community events saying, look at that face, he's qua sirkz beaific. >> what you saw was the battle lines have been drawn, and this case will be hotly disputed. >> reporter: he says his client, "shrimp boy," will take the stand in this trial and that they will call other witnesses, including possibly the mayor, that will be up to the judge to decide whether that happens. in san francisco, joe vazquez. >> still no comment from security officials at san francisco international airport after the second round of drug arrests this year. the u.s. attorney's office arrested three security screeners on friday. they're accused of allowing shipments of cocaine through sfo check points. two more screeners were arrested on similar charges ba
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Jul 4, 2017 6:00pm PDT
hasn't offered any answers and tweeted this morning, perhaps china will put a heavy move on north korea and end the nonsense once and for all. >> there is very little you can do except sanction him every time he does something, and build our missile defenses. >> reporter: the pentagon says that after the north korean missile launch, the u.s. and south korea together conducted a "exercise to show our precision fire capability." ambardous to the-- ambassador nikki haley called a meeting set for tomorrow. >>> as for what president trump is doing today, he spent part of his 4th of july holiday at his golf club in virginia. tomorrow the president will embark on his second foreign trip since taking office. the four-day tour will take him to poland and the g20 summit in germany. >>> new jersey state beachs and parks are open for july 4 after governor chris christie and democrat lawmakers reached a budget deal, the agreement one day after chris christie was photographed with his family on a state beach that he had ordered closed. chris christie and his family almost had 10 miles of beach
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Jul 26, 2017 6:00pm PDT
curry over in china. he took a break from the adoring crowds to go work out looking nice and relaxed as he tried tai chi along with his wife and brother. could we see this again at oracle next season? >> pretty hard even though we're moving pretty slow but definitely i have to bring that back to the pregame routine, um, next year. so i got some more ammo to work with. >>> falcons all pro receiver julio jones hired a team of divers to look for a diamond earring worth $100,000 that he lost in atlanta's lake lanier after falling off a jet ski. the earring was not found. good night, that is a huge fish! >> debbie blum didn't come up empty-handed in her trip to lake almanor. she gets our catch of the day. look at that rainbow trout, 20 inches and even better, that is her first-ever catch. you think you can do better? send your pictures to catchoftheday@kpix.com and maybe you'll be the catch of the day. >> i have been skunked at lake almanor it's easy to do it. did a good job. >> for a 20" fish? absolutely. >> great catch. >> ever lost a diamond ring or earring in a lake? >> i have. [ laug
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Aug 8, 2017 6:00pm PDT
american jobs. >>> powerful 6.5 magnitude quake in china has left nine people dead so far. it struck in the mountains of a valley southwest of beijing. 88 people injured, 21 in critical condition. hours later another 6.3 quake hitting a less populated area. so far, there have been no immediate reports of casualties or damage there. >>> london police looking for a jogger who shoved a woman into a road last friday on the put putney bridge. the bus driver swerved and she was not hit. >>> we have the name of the google engineer behind a manifesto. james damore was fired at the end of business yesterday. in his 3,000 word post he blames biological causes for the gender imbalance in silicon valley. today in an email to cbs he wrote he was wrongfully terminated for perpetuating gender stereo stereotypes and was fired for political reasons. he is considering suing google. a town hall meeting in the company is scheduled for thursday. >>> the wikileaks founder has weighed in on the firing of the google worker. he has twted a job offer. assange said censorship is for losers. wikileaks is offer a j
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Jun 27, 2016 6:00pm PDT
to china from anywhere. >> what happens when somewhere doesn't like the mixed commodity. >> i understand the job creation but is my health worth a dollar? >> i see no evidence it will have an impact on jobs. >> we will get through in any direction, by the developers or i get sued by the environmentalists at the other end. >> as we said there are high stakes at being rolled out tonight. the council can make its decision but like i said the developer called earlier and his representative says that they feel like oakland is changing the rules out from under them on this 250 million- dollar project that includes money from the state and local taxes as well and that as a result, they could be losing hundreds of millions of dollars and they will wanted it coming from someone. we are going to by the way get you updated by 11 with the latest on what could be a monumental decision about the future of oakland. >>> advocates that are for the water front project are making a case and put flyers in mailboxes that said opponents from the sierra club don't care about oakland's economy. the b
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Aug 24, 2016 6:00pm PDT
for china basin. as for the fans? they just want to get it done. >> keep the a's in oakland and send them on down there to jack london. i go down there all the time. >> reporter: they say a gleaming new stadium on this site may be just what it takes to get more than just die-hard fans to come out to the park. >> sports are attraction and entertainment now. so you got to put everything out there for 'em. >> reporter: tomorrow's tour may just be that first step on what many feel has already been a very long and tiresome journey. in oakland, john ramos, kpix 5. >>> and quick correction. john meant to say a 22-minute walk, not a 22-mile walk. >>> well, right now, hillary clinton is in the bay area raising money for her campaign. earlier today, she made her first stop at a fundraiser in redwood city. chopper 5 captured her motorcade pulling up to the hotel hosted by amy rau who runs a local technology firm. just a few hours ago she attended a fundraiser that was host offed by apple's ceo tim cook. chopper 5 captured clinton walking into a home in los altos. later tonight, clinton is
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Aug 4, 2016 6:00pm PDT
china. officers found the recording that allegedly captured the voices of people playing strip poker. the task force investigating the mayor included the fbi, san joaquin county sheriff and stockton police. we spoke to the mayor's lawyer today. >> i would just hope they have better things to do. i hope now that they have done this one, they can possibly go back on something they would need four agencies and four task force and that much money and resources. they may have had surveillance planes as well, who knows, drones may have been used. um, and i hope at some point all of those resources are justified with some other crimes that were a little more significant that didn't get investigated. >> the mayor's attorney maintains the search and seizure were illegal, and he had to file a lawsuit to get the electronics returned. the story doesn't end there. the mayor is now being accused of being uncooperative with officials investigating a murder. 13-year-old raytion harris was shot and killed last year. officials say the gun used to kill him once belonged to the stockton mayor. silva say
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Mar 2, 2017 6:00pm PST
been a crackdown by the chinese government on money leaving mainland china. new currency export rules mean that chinese investors can't get as many dollars as they once did to invest in american property. before the sky was the limit for chinese investors. local realtors would fly them around the bay area to pick out luxury properties from the air. for others it was tough luck competing. >> it puts the buyer at a massive advantage over someone who has to go through the typical buying process of financing and all the other inspections as well. >> reporter: one of those shut- out buyers is robert escobar. >> it was at least six times i was outdone by somebody who paid full cash. >> reporter: he is a semi retired human resources professional who wants back in the home market after being forced to short sale an underwater property during the bust. >> good news for those who can afford a house at today's prices, it's a little late for me. >> reporter: forced to the sidelines in part by all cash buyers a few years ago, he is now priced out of the market. in san jose, len ramirez, kpix 5. >>
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Aug 11, 2015 6:00pm PDT
bay point. the district said that was outside the boundaries and threw vivian out. >>> china devaluing currency, the stock market across the board was down on wall street today. google was a bright spot after announcing alphabet as the new parent company. google is up about 1% after the closing bell. that's after finishing the day with a gain of more than $27 a share. kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks with what fueled today's buying binge. >> investors and particularly wall street analysts like this move because they think it will provide better accountability for google and that everybody will see where the money is being spent. google has a lot of far reaching projects that may not become actual businesses for many years. this will give investors and shareholders a chance to see how it's being spent. >> yeah. for the year google stock is up almost 30%. most of the gains coming after its quarterly results last month. >> speaking of alphabets. paul deanno joins us with the abcs of weather. >> where do we start? [ laughter ] >>> let's go with it. for tuesday. >> t for tuesday
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Dec 31, 2015 6:00pm PST
until monday and then off to china. >>> a high-end hotel goes up in flames lighting up downtown dubai's skyline. just ahead, its elaborate new year's celebration and fireworks display. >>> there was a stampede as people evacuated the building and one person reportedly died of a heart attack. 14 other residents were treated for minor injuries. cbs reporter chris martinez tells us the fire happened near >> reporter: massive flames engulfed the address hotel in downtown dubai. people inside said it was chaos. >> the heat was so intense outside, it was unbelievable. just people started to panic crushing each other trying to over railings. i couldn't believe how fast it actually happened. >> reporter: the 63-story hotel and condominium is located near the world's tallest skyscraper the burj khalifa where tens of thousands gathered for a new >> i used to live on the 32nd floor and i have spent new year's eve at the address. it's really "the" place to be. >> reporter: the fire broke out two hours before midnight. officials rushed to evacuate the skyscraper as flames ripped through the
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Sep 9, 2016 6:00pm PDT
would use sanctions and she would try to get china to influence its neighbor. today on "cbs this morning," trump's campaign manager was asked what her boss would do. >> he would make sure that they would never use it. >> how? >> he is not going to reveal all his plans. he made that very clear. maybe somebody can ask him in a debate. >> today clinton met with a bipartisan group of national security experts in new york. among those taking part, former cia director and retired general david petraeus. michael chertoff who was homeland security secretary under president bush. more than 50 republicans with foreign policy backgrounds are backing clinton, saying that trump would make america less safe. >>> ford is moving in a new direction. the car company is buying san francisco-based shuttle service chariot. the company determines its routes based on customer needs. chariot currently operates about 100 vans in san francisco. >>> questions and an answer about whether yosemite's biggest spansion in 70 years is illegal. they are adding hundreds of acres to part of yosemite. a utah congres
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next ambassador to china. he said branstad would improve, quote, one of the most important relationships we have. >>> and tonight we are getting word that donald trump will continue executive producing celebrity apprentice while in the oval office so we are asking do you believe this will take away from his ability to focus on the presidency? yes or no? why or why not? you can send me a tweet right now at #veronicadlcruz. we are going to have poll results as well as some of the most interesting comments tonight on bay area nightbeat; come join us at 10:00 on our sister station, kbcw 44/cable 12. >>> it is very, very rare that san mateo is on top of our rainfall totals list. but over the past 24 hours you win the cake. two inches of rainfall in san mateo. with less than 1/10 of one inch of rainfall in san jose. why is that happening? i'll explain and talk about two more washouts on the way next. >> the showdown this sunday on channel 5, the 49ers and jets combined records of 4-20, really? >> i'm not great at math but i don't think it was that much. >> the jets will start a q
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May 5, 2017 6:00pm PDT
government accuses him of promoting tibetan independence from china. the students consulted with the chinese consulate in los angeles and threatened to use tough measures to resist the school's unreasonable behavior. now, the university isn't backing down and says it is always served as a forum for discussion and interaction on important public policy issues. >>> well, what some say is the south bay's most haunt mansion been a movie about the woman behind the winchester mystery house. that star is in san jose today. kpix 5's betty yu spoke with actress helen mirren and joins us now live with that story. >> reporter: this started as a farmhouse with orchards in the 1800s and now it's the set of a movie. they have been filming in australia for seven months and it wasn't until this week they got to do so inside the mansion. >> i know you guys have been filming in australia. but what has it been like to be here in the real house? >> far out, as we used to say in the olden days. [ laughter ] >> it was fantastic. >> reporter: actress helen mirren stars as real-life rifle hairest sarah winc
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May 11, 2016 6:00pm PDT
schools. and chapters have formed in india, china, singapore and, soon, australia. >> i never thought it would grow this much. >> reporter: connie has been coming for six months after feeling a little left out at her craft class. >> the ladies would come and they would say, oh, i found this craft on pinterest. i found this craft on etsy. and, um, i just would set there and think, oh, i wish i could do that. >> reporter: now she can. >> another lesson under the belt! >> reporter: so for helping take the mystery out of high- tech for seniors, this week's jefferson award in the bay area goes to constitute suit. -- goes to stuti vishwabhan. she is going to stay very involved. "teach seniors technology" always looking for more volunteers, also some lightly use ipads, laptops and computers. get in touch with them using the link on our story online at cbssf.com/hero. >> what a great idea. >> help a lot of people. >>> paul deanno has the forecast. >> reporter: temperatures cooling down to the mid- to upper 70s. they are still playing baseball here, there were so many rainouts in may. their se
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Aug 20, 2015 6:00pm PDT
beating today following china's stock slump. the stock market closed with its worst performance in 18 months and the poor showing came after chinese shares some a downturn. there was also heavy selling among technical traders. the dow jones drop 358 points. the nasdaq was down 141. the s&p lost 43. >>> former president jimmy carter started his cancer treatment today. he is receiving radiation therapy for melanoma and also taking a drug to help boost his immune system. the 90-year-old former president initially thought the cancer was just in his liver. now the cancer has spread to four spots in his brain. mr. carter is upbeat though about the upcoming procedures. >> i'm looking forward to a new adventure. >> former president says he will have to put some of his international humanitarian work on hold until he finishes that treatment. >>> we are hearing today from the first two women to pass the army's grueling ranger school but cbs reporter craig boswell explains why they still won't be able to serve exactly the same way as men. >> reporter: for the first time, two women will graduate
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Dec 18, 2015 6:00pm PST
park and china basin it is still raining light to moderate and look at the heavy rainfall once you stretch across san francisco bay. all the way from sfo north and east into downtown oakland into piedmont into berkeley into el cerrito and the kensington. we cross over the east bay hills and through the caldecott tunnel pouring in orinda but the rain hasn't even made it to walnut creek yet. only 6 or 7 miles there so really depends on where you are. a lot of rainfall continues for fairfield, vacaville, the 680 corridor, 780 into and out of vallejo and now concord, martinez and benicia getting in on the moderate rainfall the yellow color. still heavy rainfall behind the front toward santa rosa so several more hours to go. no rain in san jose yet of the it will occur later on tonight. winter storm warning for the sierra above 4,000 feet. 8 to 12 inches of new snow. travel will be a mess but when you get there good news. san francisco 58. san jose 58. the rain continues at the golden gate. big pool of cold and unstable air enveloping the teen northeast pacific ocean. now that this fron
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Aug 31, 2016 6:00pm PDT
china where he will be meeting with leaders there to discuss climate change. reporting live in lake tahoe, emily turner, kpix 5. >>> only on "5," san francisco's plan for muni in the mission promises to speed up commutes. but at what cost? kpix 5 reporter phil matier live in the mission with some startling numbers for us, phil. >> reporter: allen, you have all heard the expression, time is money. but the case with muni it's unbelievable money. how about a million bucks a minute? here's the story. for the past five months, san francisco has been busy remaking 23 blocks of mission street in order to make it more bus friendly. putting in transit only lanes, taking out parking and rerouting traffic. the cost, $2.4 million. and a lot of complaints by local businesses who say change is killing them. >> muni says, well, we gained two minutes on the bus going faster. so is it really worth the two minutes? >> reporter: for city hall it is. >> for a lot of the riders that are coming through and getting to the mission, it feels like 10 minutes. >> the 65,000 people that ride in the mission cor
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Aug 3, 2016 6:00pm PDT
families a year who have come from afghanistan, mexico, central and south america, china and mongolia. martha herself a peruvian immigrant knows how to make them feel welcome. >> when people come and say i just arrived and i see in their face the fear, i go like, oh, i remember how that feels. you know, it was in me, too,. >> reporter: these uniforms come from donations martha's received through the assistance league of diablo valley. but day to day, she serves as translator and guide, navigating parents like maria flores through registration, parent-teacher conferences, and referrals to other resources. >> she is so sweet all the time, you come in and ask for help for some help she is opening all the time, never she say i no have time. >> reporter: this person says martha taught his mother english and helped him apply successfully to de la salle high school. >> she is like a family member that we have for about 12 years. >> reporter: martha is available beyond office hours. she is visits families at home and gives out her cell known. >> if i make myself available during only office h
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trump hoped china would step in to pressure north >>> our top story at 6:30, the growing tensions over north korea's missile launch. president trump hoped china would step in to pressure north korea, but so far, that's not happening. >> president trump on the first lady are in poland tonight. it is the first stop on his second overseas trip as commander-in-chief. he will deliver a major speech in warsaw and head to the g20 summit in germany later this week. security is going to be tight in anticipation of protests. in germany, president trump will have his first face-to- face meeting with russian president vladimir putin. he will also meet with the president of china. >>> the gender pay gap is widening in the white house. a typical female white house staffer now earns 63.2 cents for every dollar earned by a man. that amounts to a 37% pay gap which is more than double the national number of 17%. this is according to an economist of the conservative american enterprise institute. he says the gender pay gap was 11% in the final year of the obama administration. >>> developing story out of
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china in their first meeting. we'll bring that to you as soon as we have it. there will be more about all of this as well on your late local news on this cbs station. on our 24-hour streaming news service cbsn and, of course, full details first thing tomorrow on "cbs this morning." for some of you in the west, we'll be back with the "cbs evening news." i'm scott pelley, cbs news, in new york. ♪[ music ] >> that cbs news special report with scott pelley, the u.s. launched missile attacks against syria in a period of 60 seconds, 60 cruise missiles with 1,000-pound warheads were launched from the eastern mediterranean on an airfield where the plane took off that plane that had the chemical weapons that attacked the town in syria. >> that happened earlier this week. these missiles were launched from the mediterranean to syria. syria an ally of russia and, of course, we'll have a speech from or announcement from president trump later on this evening. >>> the president of course in florida. we saw him on air force one saying that something needed to be done and now it has been done. so we
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Feb 10, 2017 6:00pm PST
home. president trump spoke with the president of china last night confirming that he will stick with the one china policy that the u.s. has maintained for decades recognizing china's sovereignty over taiwan. he will avoid the u.s. supreme court over the travel ban but he says he may issue new immigration orders as soon as next week. >> we'll win that battle. but we also have a lot of other options just filing a brand-new order on monday. could very well be. but i like to keep you -- i like to surprise you. we need speed for reasons of security. so it could very well be that we do it. >> that's after the ninth circuit court of appeals in san francisco decided yesterday not to reinstate the travel ban impacting 7 countries. president trump still maintains they'll end up winning whatever legal battle is up ahead but again, he says it will not happen at the supreme court. >> thank you. >>> i had the chance to we speak with john dickerson host of "face the nation." he says even if there is a second travel ban, the president is certain to have another legal fight on his hands. >> um, and h
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we just learned about china could spell more trouble for tomorrow. ,,,, we are just now, getting the booking photo of a teacher's aide accused of slapping a special needs student. kamaljot kaur is behind bars tonight.. for >>> our top stories at six 30. we are getting the booking photo of a teacher slapping a special needs student. kamaljot kaur is behind bars tonight for felony child abuse. this was the video of that ugly incident at "tobinworld" school in antioch. the school says it has suspended another teacher's aide seen in the video. we are learning some districts are considering removing their students from the school. >>> i'm devin fehely at levi's stadium with new information about the super bowl transportation plan. the police department says that tasmin drive will be shut down for a week before the game and light rail will stop the friday before super bowl sunday. >> governor brown took the wraps off his $171 billion budget. the biggest winners, education and social programs. but the governor is not going on a spending spree. he also wants to add $2 billion more to the sta
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a five-day trip in china where he signed a climate deal. the agreement coming just as president trump pulled the u.s. out of the paris climate accord. today's meeting in san francisco is part of the under two coalition, a pact between governments to reduce emissions and to keep the global average temperature below 2 degrees celsius. that's a level experts say could be catastrophic for the environment! here's what he said moments after meeting with the german federal minister for the environment barbara hendricks. >> california because of its leading role has linked up with china and other countries and now with germany. the reason for that is there's a lot to be done. and because of the certain lack of focus in washington it was all the more imperative for the state to take responsibility. >> reporter: despite brown's efforts a new report shows california still has a long way to go. the california air resources board report found the state's greenhouse gas emissions dropped less than 1% from 2014 to 2015. still, with just 18 months left on the job, governor brown wants californi
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like india and china. the word is definitely getting out even around the world about san jose state. live in san jose, len ramirez, kpix 5. >>> it is the first day of classes at sonoma state university and students might be noticing the campus is a little more crowded, as well. enrollment has hit a record 9400 students. the school will be losing its president at the end of the year. he is retiring after 24 years the longest tenure in the csu system. >>> the "jerusalem fire" fully contain. that wildfire erupted in lake county more than two weeks ago destroying six homes and nearly 2 dozen other buildings. it charred more than 25,000 acres. cal fire still looking for the cause. >>> and firefighters on the central coast are running into a big problem. poison oak. nearly 200 firefighters have had allergic reactions while trying to get a handle on the "cuesta fire" near santa marguerita. that fire is in steep rugged terrain in the san luis obispo county where the plant thrives and cal fire says there's just no way they can avoid it. >> they need some rain. there's some in the forecast? >
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Jan 18, 2017 6:00pm PST
pictures from china. >> we should have done the same on uber. we wouldn't have 45,000 of these cars clogging or streets. >> reporter: blue gogo vp says that the claims are exaggerated. >> 10,000? nowhere near that. it's impossible for us to be able to even support that. >> reporter: what about the bikes piling up on city streets? >> our goal is to bring more bicycle to the city in an orderly fashion. >> reporter: as usual, there's a little more at play here. blue gogo's cut rate price of $2 an hour is a lot cheaper than the standard rate charged by motivate, the private bike company that has a 10-year exclusive deal with the city. >> they are welcome as the city said to come in talk to the city about their plans and we'll negotiate with them. >> reporter: but you said we have an exclusive deal. it precents them from coming in. >> those contracts can be changed. >> reporter: until then. >> we'll confiscate those bikes. impound those bikes. we'll sell those bikes. >> reporter: and i'm going to tell you that blue gogo we talked to them as well and they say they are still planning to go
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disputes with china in order to get china to use its influence against north korea. president trump said today he would be willing to meet with north korean leader kim jong un under the right circumstances if it would diffuse tension over north korea nuclear program. >>> one of the hottest shows on netflix leaked in a cyber crime. the ransom demand and threat that more releases could be coming. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, growth in its population as the economy booms... statewide... the population grew by 3 to >>> california seeing steady growth in its population as the economy booms. stayed wide, the population grew by 335,000 last year. the sharpest uptick in the bay area was in men low park at fifty 5%. gilroy at the southern end of santa clara county. >>> one of the hottest series from netflix has leaked online. 10 upcoming episodes of orange is the new black stolen from the production company's computers. a hacker group calling itself the dark overlord has taken credit. they demanded a ransom or they would release the episodes online. netflix declined it. >> i'm sure they went back and looked at
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our constitution and our principles in the fight. ( applause ) rivals like russia or china cannot match our influence around the world unless we give up what we stand for and turn ourselves into just another big country that bullies smaller neighbors. which brings me to my final point. our democracy, our democracy is threatened whenever we take it for granted. ( applause ) all of us, regardless of party, should be throwing ourselves into the task of rebuilding our democratic institutions. ( applause ) when voting rates in america are some of the lowest among advanced democracies, we should be making it easier not harder to vote. ( cheers and applause ) tien trust in our institutions is low, we should reduce the corrosive influence of money in our politics and insist on the principles of transparency and ethics and public service. when congress is dysfunctional, we should draw our congressional districts to encourage politicians to cater to common sense and not rigid extremes. ( applause ) but remember, none of this happens on its own. all of this depends on our participation, on e
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