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Jun 4, 2014 12:00pm PDT
, china's army d deadly force to end a massi pr tiananmen sq >>> happening today, a grim anniversary in beijing. 25 years ago, china's army used deadly force to end a massive pro-democracy protest in tienanmen square. anywhere from 200 to 1,000 people were killed in that protest. but you won't see a memorial for the victims in the square today. >> and the massacre has been erased from history books. but as seth doane reports, no matter how much the government wants to forget, many in china would like to know more. ♪[ music ] >> reporter: at dawn, china's flag was raised over tienanmen square as it is ever day. but on this anniversary, extra security forces. some with machine guns were stationed around the square. >> why are you stopping me? who are you? >> reporter: while trying to report, we found citizens serving as plainclothes informants. [ non-english language ] >> reporter: as china reveals its authoritarian side. 25 years ago, tanks rolled into beijing's tienanmen square. to suppress a week-long student uprising that had spread across china. as a student here in china, do you l
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Sep 10, 2013 12:00pm PDT
russia and china to explore the viability of the plan. but in an interview on monday with cbs news' scott pelley the president said it's important to make sure the entire stockpile is destroyed. >> the key is to paraphrase ronald reagan that we don't just trust but we also verify. >> reporter: syrian president bashar assad has never acknowledged that his country has chemical weapons. in an interview with "cbs this morning," cohost charlie rose, the president of syria said he is willing to discuss options. >> we would do anything to prevent another crazy war in the region. >> reporter: even with the new development the president still intends to ask lawmakers to back his plan to attack syria. he arrived on capitol hill early this afternoon for meetings with senators. >> if we're going to have any success diplomatically in the future, on this issue, we have to make sure that the credible threat of military action remains. >> reporter: the president will update the american public on the situation in syria tonight in a prime time address. >> now, administration officials will no doubt
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Sep 24, 2014 12:00pm PDT
today. >>> the iphone 6 flying off shelves and the black market is already booming for it. in china it isn't in stores so smugglers are selling them for nearly $1,200 a phone almost double the price here in the states. china's government has not granted apple licenses for network access. it's unclear how long it will take. >> if it's cool in china to have an iphone, it's cool until people are willing to make top dollar to make it happen. >> many are smuggled in from hong kong which has different regulations. >>> lawrence joins us now to look at the weather. we went out for a walk earlier. it's nice. muggy. >> muggy out there right now. we had the drizzle of course but we have some real rain coming our way so i'm excited about that. it looks like this storm system slowly working down the california coastline and that it is on our hi-def doppler radar. impressive rainfall so far up toward crescent city and eureka. they are having heavier rain now. we'll catch the trailing edge of the storm system but not biggest in the world. it's good for this time of year. out the door, we have some pa
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Jun 16, 2015 12:00pm PDT
for president. >> when is the last time anybody saw us beating china in a trade deal? they kill us. i'd beat china all the time. >> he made it official at a rally in new york city. he's the 12th republican to enter the 2016 race. >>> another show down of gun rights in the state today. today the 9th circuit court of appeals takes up the issue. the applicants show good cause before they're allowed to conceal hand guns in public. >>> healthy changes coming to our food. how new regulations make meals a little less tasty. >>> send us questions about your pets well being. now that there's foster farms simply raised, it's tougher than ever to be a foster farms chicken. but foster farms simply raised chicken is 100 percent natural with no antibiotics. well you're an herbalist. help us to be natural. will those herbs do it? those? one grows hair, the other increases energy. gasp! do i look natural herb man? can i call you herb man? i'm trying to look natural. call me natural. you look like a steve. can i call you steve? hi steve. i'm natural. say something. why aren't you guys saying anythi
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Apr 8, 2013 12:00pm PDT
you why the california governor is heading to china. and they came very close to the ncaa women's basketball championship game. we'll tell you when the cal golden bears women will be getting home this afternoon. >>> stocks turned higher in afternoon trading on wall street after spending most of the day in negative territory. aluminum maker alcoa will become the first company to report its quarterly results. taking a live look at the big board, the dow currently up 12. the nasdaq is up eight and the s & p up five. >>> november nor jerry brown is headed to china this week. the governor says china wants to invest billions in the u.s. among the high points of the week long trip brown will ride the bullet train from beijing to shanghai joined by the head of california's high speed rail authority. >>> a state takeover of vallejo schools ends today. almost nine years after a $60 million bailout. officials say the bailout came after auditors discovered the school district faced a deficit of tens of millions of dollars in 2003. auditors found the district had greatly overestimated enrollme
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Nov 11, 2013 12:00pm PST
. the center crushes cars and appliances and sends much of the scrap metal to china. most of the smoke was from burning metals and plastic. it started sunday afternoon, and people were warned to stay indoors if they could smell the smoke. but not everybody heeded that warning. >> they said it was pretty dangerous. like if you can breathe it in, it might cause cancer or something like that. >> what are you guys doing outside? >> chilling. >> no injuries were reported. they are still looking for the cause of the fire and we're looking into past problems at the redwood city facility. the company's past run-ins with the epa coming up at 5:00. >>> your refrigerator might have a salad that could make you sick. glass onion catering is recalling more than 90 tons of pre-packaged salads and sandwiches with cooked chicken and ham. federal health officials say it is because of a possible e. coli outbreak. 26 people in california and arizona and washington say they got sick after eating the product. some of the recalled brands including trader joe's super fresh foods and everstone. you can check o
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Jun 3, 2014 12:00pm PDT
of the massacre in china. this is video of the candle light vigil in hong kong in 2012. a museum there chronicles the crack down. tonight there is candle light vigil and concerts starting at 7:00 in china town. >>> a formal for a blue angel commander. the captain led the blue angels in 2008 and 2012 and during the times he allegedly tolerated inappropriate comments and pornographic images in the workplace. this past april he was removed from another job running naval base in southern california. it is likely to end his naval career. >>> a throw down in a florida courtroom in a big way. it started when a judge got upset when a public defender refused to sit down. first the judge threatened to throw a rock at a lawyer and then the challenge. >> if you want to fight let's go out back and i will beat your [bleep] >> well it was on. the public defender followed the judge into his chambers. everyone in the courtroom heard what happened next. >> they went back there and started fighting like crazy. >> don't mess with that judge. the witness says the lawyer was extremely rude. people in
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Jul 15, 2013 12:00pm PDT
china. the group had planned to attend a summer camp when their plane crash-landed at sfo. three girls from that group died. >>> developing right now, police are trying to find the hit-and-run driver who struck and killed a man this morning in berkeley. police officers discovered the victim on the university avenue overpass near sixth street just after 5:00 this morning. the street was closed in both directions including the on- ramp to interstate 80 there but now all lanes of university are back open. police don't have a suspect description and are asking for the public's help. >>> search continues today for that missing toddler in the east bay. search teams have been looking into the leona canyon preserve in the oakland hills over the weekend. 21-month-old daphne webb's father reported her missing wednesday morning. he told police the little girl was taken out of his suv while he stopped in at the corner market. crews will be searching other areas the father and daughter were known to visit including trails near their home. >> anything is possible at this point. so she could ha
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Feb 12, 2013 12:00pm PST
thnuclear test by north korea. china summoned north korea's ambassador for objection. ines ferre reports. >> reporter: diplomats arrived at the united nations for a closed-door emergency meeting. they are discussing how to respond to north korea's announcement that it has tested another nuclear bomb. it happenedatunderground lity last night. the type of device has not been confirmed. u.s. officials say there are indications that northa is planning to test another bomb knowing that a punishment from the u.n. is coming. u.s. ambassador to the u.n. susan rice condemns the test. >> the actions korea are a threat to regional and national peace and security and they are not acceptable. they will not be tolerated. and they will be met with north korea's increasing isolation. >> reporter: in december, north korea successfully launched a long-range ballistic missile capable of reaching the united states. members of the united nations security council are hoping china will be willing to take action against its ally for violating the ban against nuclear activity. south koreans staged angry protests
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Oct 22, 2013 12:00pm PDT
. >>> smog continues to create unhealthy conditions in parts of china. the thick blanket of smoke and fog is making it difficult to breathe and see. schools, businesses and airports have been closed in the region in the northeast. traffic has also been impacted. china suffers from some of the worst air pollution. but authorities say it's been compounded by farmers burning corn stocks in that area. >> finally company on the set. lawrence is here and going to tell us about fog. >> a lot of fog beginning to breakup. we're going to see more sunshine in the afternoon. going to warmup nicely in the inland. out toward the coastline, patchy fog and cool temperatures. hazy sunshine over to san jose. looking good into the afternoon. the temperatures beginning to warmup nicely in many of the interior spots. 73 in livermore. 61 in san jose. and a cool 56 into san francisco. now, i think throughout the afternoon though, going to see more sunshine. it will be hazy and cool toward the coastline. mild temperatures inside the bay and many of the valleys and low clouds and fog to make a return for toni
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Mar 27, 2013 12:00pm PDT
. >>> surveillance video from china, check this out. shows a bus driver's brush with death. a lamp post crashed through the bus windshield barely missing the driver. his spleen was ruptured but he is lucky to be alive and managed to safely stop the bus, none of the 26 passengers on board were hurt. >>> a powerful earthquake shook central taiwan today killing at least one person. magnitude 6.1 trembler caused buildings to sway and sent people into the streets. 72-year-old woman died when a wall collapsed on her. 19 others were injured by falling debris. emergency officials say southeasterly homes and businesses were damaged. >>> san francisco firefighters are still cleaning up this noontime after an overnight four alarm apartment fire. the fire damaged three buildings in a complex on third street and mckinen avenue in the bay view district. >>> reporter: just before 1:00 this morning. >> man, it was a ball of fire. wires popping and sparks, everything. >> it looked like a big ol' gigantic inferno. >> 20 people went running for their lives. >> crackling, sparks, little explosions you know
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May 24, 2013 12:00pm PDT
beloved wedding china. >> rick: yeah, if i didn't know better, i'd say you were trying to butter up dad.
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Jul 10, 2013 12:00pm PDT
, state media is report -- in southwest china, state media is reporting rescue crews are in full force after floods swept away houses and bridges. up to 40 people are missing. >>> let's check on the weather. went outside earlier today and it was a bit cooler. >> and so far, so good. right? the forecast coming together. >> it was a bit cooler. >> yesterday a little bit hot in spots. we saw some triple digits in the valleys but not today. still going to be nice enough overlooking san jose. we have plenty of sunshine there after starting out with low clouds and fog. a cooling trend now beginning but still looking good outside. 73 degrees and very comfortable in san jose. a cool 69. breezy in san francisco. through the day we'll see plenty of sunshine this afternoon but not as warm and then low clouds and fog likely to move further onshore tonight, maybe with some drizzle out toward the coastline . high pressure in the southwest is sliding east. we may see a little wraparound moisture some monsoonal clouds working across our skies today. that's about it. low pressure dropping in here. so a
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Jul 4, 2013 12:00pm PDT
for the royal baby like this fine bone china plate fit for a future king or queen. british designer millie green made the plates and is working around the clock to keep up with demand. >> they're selling really well because it's a national celebration. >> reporter: bakers at this posh london shop say their royal baby cookies are flying off the shelves. >> it brings a smile to people when they come in. >> reporter: and the appetite for royal baby memorabilia is only expected to grow. just ask margaret tyler. lucy mcdonald, cbs news. >>> lady liberty is open again for visitors in new york. the statue of liberty had been closed for a one-year restoration project. superstorm sandy left 75% of the island under water. the storm surge and fierce winds ripped up bricks, damaged docks and left electrical systems in disarray. now that the work is complete and the crown restored, the statue is ready for visitors. >>> danville all red white and blue today as the host of one of the biggest celebrations about the bay area today. it's the big 4th of july parade. the main event. crowds are on hand
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Oct 28, 2013 12:00pm PDT
tonight at 5:00. >>> bar tending reaches new heights in china. check it out. that's a helicopter opening a beer bottle of all things. the opener is attached the top of the chopper's skid. the pilot has to really keep it steady though and aim right. he did it. why would you need such a skill you ask, right? pilots had to open five bottles in eight minutes to win the tournament. a little scary though. >> i feel like a boy came up with that competition. >> you think so? >> yeah, testosterone behind that. >> have a great afternoon, everyone. >> bye. >> major changes at spencer. is bill still, uh -- >> liam: still on leave. yeah. it's, uh -- it's complicated. [ chuckles ] >> what isn't these days, right? >> liam: well, my annulment, hopefully. mpliuh -- no last-minute cotions you got to tell me about, or... >> it's official. as of today, you and steffy are no longer married. >> liam: wow. >> is there anything else i can do? i mean, aside from, uh, sending you my bill. >> liam: uh, no. no. thank you. >> listen, liam, i'm sorry your marriage didn't work out. i know you guys tried. but y
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Jul 5, 2013 12:00pm PDT
good idea to go green but not in this case. it's algae covering a china beach near [ non-english language ] the yucky green stuff took over 11,000 square miles of coastal shores. but oddly beach patrons don't mind swimming laps in it. the chinese are bulldozing it. officials blame the accumulation on warm ocean temperatures. other scientists blame pollution. >> i hope it's not stinky. >> well -- >> would you want to swim in that?! would you want to be swimming in that stuff? >> not if it's stinky. >> lawrence, let me check with you. are you glad it's friday? >> i am so happy it's friday! [ laughter ] >> you know what? we have that big cooldown under way. temperatures much more comfortable. i think on the high end only mid-80s this afternoon in the warmest spots. >> enjoy the relief and the bart trains running again at 3 p.m. have a good one. >> see you tomorrow morning. >> we'll be there. >> marcus: wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait! wow! [ laughs ] >> wyatt: stick around. hang out with me. forget about that other guy. he didn't show. but you and i could have a great time
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Jul 21, 2015 12:00pm PDT
and 6 plus to remain strong especially over in china. but apple won't be releasing specific sales numbers for its new watch and analysts speculated it's a disappointing start. apple was down a point at last check by the way. >>> spacex ceo elon musk believes he knows why a company's rocket exploded shortly after launching toward the international space station. signs point to a faulty strut. as the culprit in last month's explosion of the unmanned spacecraft. musk says it appears the two foot metal bar couldn't hold on to a helium tank causing that tank to crash around the compartment and leak gas. >>> pop sensation katy perry is in the middle of a religious controversy. >> over the sale of a hill top convent of all things, the l. a. archdiocese claims it made a deal with the pop sipper but the sisters who live there say it's not theirs to sell. and they've already sold it to somebody else. a judge is asking both parties to resolve that dispute. >>> home run legend barry bonds is in the clear. he was charged with obstruction of justice back in 2011 for giving vague answers about a
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May 28, 2013 12:00pm PDT
amazing story out of china that may be a little difficult to watch. it does have a happy ending. rescuers spent two frantic hours trying to rescue a new born baby from a sewage pipe. someone in the restroom heard the cries and spotted a tiny foot. they ended up cutting away the pipe and rushed him to the hospital. doctors delicately cut away the pipe freeing the two day old baby boy. suffered only minor cuts and scrapes and authorities are looking for his mother. >>> a florida judge is limiting what defense attorney can say about the 17-year-old teenager he fatally shot last year. with the start of the trial two weeks away, the judge is ruling on defense request and announced zimmermann's attorney will not be able to mention trayvon martin's marijuana use, suspension from school or past fights. she also called the request to take the jury to the scene of the crime a logistical nightmare. >>> a man is expected in court a day after passengers tackled him for trying to open a plane exit door mid flight. ed lawrence talked to one of the passengers about what they used to take him do
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Jun 9, 2014 12:00pm PDT
their investigation. boeing 777, flying from malaysian to china, disappeared march 8, with 239 passengers on board. >>> a new approach to breaking the cycle of bike theft in the bay area. san francisco police have a new approach to outsmart the thieves. bigad shaban on the high-tech tool. >> reporter: shawn ramirez repairs bikes for a living, at least those left to fix. >> have you customers who are afraid to buy new bikes. >> absolutely. they don't want to invest money into something that will disappear. >> in san francisco, bikes have vanished at the rate of three every hour. ramirez is not surprised. >> you can cut this with a bolt cutter about that long in one snip. >> how long would it take to snip a bike with this? >> half a second? maybe? >> this is where many end up. hundreds of them. piled into a police wearhouse. and over 90% of bikes are unregistered, the vast majority can't be traced back to their owners like morgan saint clare. >> my bike was stolen when i first came here. it is very personal for me. >> reporter: so personal, that she became an activist, lobbying s
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May 30, 2013 12:00pm PDT
with more. >> reporter: we are here at mccovey cove otherwise known as china basin outside at at&t park. this is the bay bridge series or call it the battle of the bay and just to give you a little background it's called that particular series because we have our giants playing host to the oakland as and that right there is the bay bridge that links the two cities together so therefore, battle of the bay. this is game four in the four- game series. oakland as are in a tear right now winning nine out of the last 10 games including the last three against the san francisco giants. see what's going to have to happen to avoid the sweep, giants fans? >> lots of hits, defense. >> i'm patty from san carlos. >> reporter: are youof from work? >> our boss let us all off from work today. >> reporter: what a nice boss you must have. >> we have a great boss, yes. >> reporter: what is your name? >> flavio. >> reporter: what's going to happen today, giants have to pull it out, what's necessary? >> i think our defense definitely needs to correct some of the errors that we have been making lately. p
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Jun 5, 2015 12:00pm PDT
are behind the attack. china's foreign ministry said it's irresponsible and unscientific to make allegations without deep investigation. the chinese are suspected based on the malware and tactics used in the attack, although it's not clear if the hackers were working for the chinese government or merely working on its behalf. the government has a new cyber security system called einstein, meant to stop data breaches. but neither of the agencies hacked are protected by the system. craig boswell, cbs news the white house. >> einstein currently protects about half of the government agencies. it's due to be installed at all agencies by the end of next year. >>> governor jerry brown will meet with water leaders from across the south bay today to talk about the drought. his plan is to cut back water use by 25%. it started at the beginning of the month. each district has different ways of meeting that goal. the south bay has some of the toughest restrictions. san jose water company is assigning a monthly budget of water to each household. >>> and a remarkable series of surgeries taking
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Sep 30, 2014 12:00pm PDT
go on sale mid-october in the world's largest smart phone market. china. regulators in the country gave the final approval after apple addressed security risks and promised never to give governments away to access -- a way to access users information. the 6 will be available in china on october 17th. >>> ebay and paypal are splitting up. ebay approved a plan to separate its paypal business as a separate publicly traded company beginning in 2015. the online marketplace says the two stand alone businesses will help both compete in the changing e-commerce and mobile payment world and ebay is trending right now. also trending right now. the michael phelps, the swimmer was arrested in maryland for dui yesterday. hussein abdullah the chiefs player got a 15-yard penalty after kneeling in muslim prayer after returning an interception for a touchdown. the nfl today said he should not have been penalized. blackout rule is trending. eliminate the rule if they don't sell out and remember, you can follow us on twitter @cbssf. >>> a hollywood mystery is unfolding. someone has stolen the statue o
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Jun 7, 2013 12:00pm PDT
the president of china. new video of the president and his wife arriving at ontario international airport in southern california. governor brown greeted them on the tarmac. cyber security will be one of the main topics of discussion. the u.s. has accused china of using hackers to steal u.s. military secrets. china denies the government is involved. >> most important issue between the china and united states is the lack of mutual trust. >> two presidents will meet tonight at a 200 acre estate near palm springs. >>> the night stalker is dead. richard ramirez died of natural causes in the hospital. the 53-year-old serial killer had been on death row since he was convicted of 13 murders in southern california in the mid- '80s. he was linked to at least one murder in san francisco. ramirez was arrested after citizens beat him during an attempted carjacking in east l.a. >>> california only has one nuclear power plant left now that southern california edison has decided to close its san onofre plant north of san diego. the plant was taken offline last year because of small radiation leak
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Oct 14, 2013 12:00pm PDT
safeway. ingredients for life. eastern china... dozens of more than six . >>> look at what happened in eastern china. dozens of people were dumped into more than six feet of water when a foot bridge collapsed. reports say employees try to warn people that the bridge had too many on it. everyone was rescued and there were no serious injuries. >>> well today there are hints of progress towards the budget ceiling stand off in washington. there was a meeting to give senators more time to negotiate. danielle nottingham on how the senate is trying to come up with a compromise. >> reporter: senators are in the middle of slow moving negotiations to try to get the government back open and raise the nation's borrowing limit before thursday's deadline. >> a shut down needs to end. and the debt ceiling impasse needs to be dealt with. and get passed it. >> reporter: over the weekend, talks between president obama and house republican leaders fell apart. now the senate is the best hope for getting a deal done. but there's still some big hurdles. as part of any budget compromise, senate democrats
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Jun 2, 2015 12:00pm PDT
in china. hundreds are missing after a cruise ship sinks. the harrowing moments before the disaster struck and why no one sounded the alarm. >> and gray skies are going to clear up today. in fact, they have already begun. look at this shot from ocean beach. a little bit of blue sky. i'll tell you what that means for temperatures coming up. >>> hundreds of people are missing in china after a cruise ship capsized during a tornado over a river. as jonathan vigiliotti reports, they are searching for survivors in the hull of the ship. >> reporter: rescuers used hammers to tap on the hull of the capsized cruise ship to find victims who were crying for help. it bobbed in the river as air pockets kept it afloat. enough air officials hoped to keep passengers alive long enough to be saved. [ non-english language ] >> reporter: on tuesday morning, divers pulled out a few survivors 12 hours after the ship went down. several of the more than 450 passengers swam ashore to report the sinking. the ship's captain, who survived, says a cyclone flipped the boat over. police reportedly arrested him and
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Jun 21, 2013 12:00pm PDT
when a toddler fell from a fifth floor window in china. >> getting ready to serve lunch at the susan g. komen three-day walk. i'll tell you why it's the 7th and last. >> hi, i'm meteorologist lawrence karnow in the kpix 5 weather center. we are looking at mostly sunny skies and warm temperatures on this first full day and looking good but changes toward the weekend. we could talk about rain coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, area... >>> and welcome back this friday midday. the susan g. komen three-day breast cancer walk is under way right now. it's the last event in the bay area though. organizers announced a drastic cut in the annual fundraiser. kpix 5's sue kwon is with the walkers in sausalito and sue spoke with them this morning about their final trek. sue. >> reporter: that's right. they just started. this is lunch hour. this is a the stop here in sausalito where walkers are taking a brief break. in the time it takes to tell this story two women in the u.s. will be diagnosed with breast cancer. this event raises that awareness and funds for research. so the fact that this is the 7th and
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Nov 12, 2014 12:00pm PST
these reports are unconfirmed and could be a pilot mistake. >>> u.s. and china making a major breakthrough on an agreement to drastically cut greenhouse gas emissions. president obama china's president unveiled some new targets during the summit in beijing. the new goal, reduce emissions 26 to 28% by 2025. that's compared to 2005 levels. earlier in his presidency, mr. obama pledged cutting emissions levels by 17% by the year 2020. >>> poison is being pumped into a san francisco pond today all in an effort to kill an invasive fish there. biologists have tried to rid mountain lake of goldfish, bass and sturgeon for three years without success. the goal is to restore the ecosystem to make it a natural preserve. >>> a 4.1 quake hit near the oregon-california border this morning. the u.s. geological survey said it struck around 6:45 a.m. it hit near the sheldon national wildlife refuge an area that's seen a swarm of earthquakes lately. >>> we're still weeks away from black friday but bargain shoppers are already lining up in hopes getting their hands on the best dealings. >> wow! a
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Oct 8, 2013 12:00pm PDT
sometimes is a big problem in china. if we can get a trade deal with all the other countries in asia that says you got to protect people's intellectual property, that will help us in our negotiations with china. richard mcgregor. >> [indiscernible] what are the legal liabilities [indiscernible] solving credit issues. >> i'm going to let jack lee, the secretary of the treasury make a formal presentation on thursday before the senate committee. because this is obviously sensitive enough and i think people would be paying close enough attention that details count. and i think prepared remarks from secretary lew on that topic would be more appropriate. as i indicated before, we plan for every contingency. so obviously a worse case scenario there are things we will try to do. but i will repeat, i don't think any option is good. steven dennis. >> mr. president, could you talk a little bit about budget process. in the past you've negotiated along with the debt ceiling with the blue dogs for instance in 2009-2010 along with an increase then [indiscernible] fiscal commission. the republi
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Jul 8, 2013 12:00pm PDT
some of the relatives arrives at an airport in china. the parents of the 2 teenagers who died in saturday's crash are among those arriving later today. more than 100 of the plane's 291 passengers were chinese, among them a large group of students. we have learned the 2 chinese teams who -- teens who dieded and were heading to a study abroad program in southern california. church members at west valley christian church and the soon fernando valley mourned their death. the girls will spend the summer with host families with english. some may return home to china. stay right here with kpix5 and kpix.com for the very latest of the crash landing. we're going to have is more video of the plane crash from viewers as well as survivor stories online. we'll be right back. ,, >>> to protect marine life, engineers help keep animals away and muffle the sound waves. researchers say the bubble currents don't jus sai the lives of these animals but also reduce stress the sounds may cause. >> this bay bridge highlight is sponsored by chase. chase what matters. ,,,,,,,,,, (sir can-a-lot) good day,
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Mar 10, 2014 12:00pm PDT
as large as a plane just be missing? experts from china, the national transportation safety board and the faa, are all a part of the team investigating working to figure out what happened. greg boswell for cbs news, washington. >> stay tuned for continuing coverage. we have the latest information on kpix 5 and online at kpix.com. >>> fremont fire department said they've never seen anything like this before. a series of overnight fires targeting schools and public buildings. kpix 5 reporter kip on the hunt now for an arsonist. >> reporter: it's not clear which fire started first, but this one at james leach elementary was the first one neighbors called in at 2:40 this morning and a good thing too. firefighters got there in time to save the building. >> i feel a sense of frustration and anger when anything happens that's hurtful to children. >> reporter: that was a portable classroom in the back of campus. the second fire at a public restroom and the third fire at the little league refreshment stand and shed happened within a hour hour within four blocks of each other. the restroom was
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Apr 1, 2015 12:00pm PDT
on the country. for example in china, it's normal to place a photo of yourself on your resume'. a valuable research tool, the not-for-profit agency, internationaljobs.org identifies international career positions in all sectors of the job market. while you may be seeking a position far away, there are other resources to consider. reach out to companies closer to home like twitter which is based in the bay area or professional organizations that may have offices overseas. landing a job abroad can take considerably longer than here at home so do be prepared for a lengthy process. i'm jill schlesinger for kpix 5. >>> it was the last snow survey of the season but there was no snowful now governor brown is calling for the most drastic water cutbacks in state history. that and more coming up at 5:00. >>> we're going to extend for another half-hour on this special newscast. >> we are. [music] i love my sister. my heart doesn't see race. love is love. >> quinn: same perfume. am i right? brooke is your friend from a.a.? >> bill: look at this, how cool this -- look. >> katie: i have this fo
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Apr 22, 2014 12:00pm PDT
to china. consumers there have been asking for the electric car and they will have to pay the price to own it. it will sell for about 121,000 dollars u.s. >>> google is offering a challenge to nonprofits now as its google glass finds wider use. they want to hear new ideas for it. google will give five charities with the best idea for google glass a free pair and trip to google for training and $25,000 in a grant. the deadline set for may 20. >>> and if you have been thinking about getting netflix subscription, hurry up. the los gatos-based video streaming company says it will be raising prices for new subscribers this summer. right now subscribers pay $8 a month. that will increase to as much as $10 for the new customers. netflix says it will help pay for better streaming and more original programming. >>> and new at noon the supreme court upheld michigan's ban on using race as a factor in college admissions. the justices upheld the voter initiative to prevent colleges from taking race into account during application reviews. in another hearing today, the high court is weighing the
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Oct 6, 2014 12:00pm PDT
began pouring into the city september 28th to protest china's restrictions on the first direct election for hong kong's leader. schools reopened and civil servants returned to work today after protesters cleared the area outside the city's government headquarters. >>> the search continues for two u.s. airmen swept out to sea as a powerful typhoon swung through japan. the servicemen were reportedly on a beach taking photos of big waves when typhoon swept them away. the body of one was found sunday. but two are still missing. driving rains and 100-mile an hour winds caused the cancellation of more than 600 flights at tokyo's airport. >>> contra costa county is reporting a spike in mosquito populations. it's likely due to a combination of recent rain and hot weather. mosquitoes tend to produce faster in hotter temperatures and a group of mosquitoes in byron have tested positive for west nile. >>> and ben affleck hits the big screen in the highly anticipated "gone girl" makes a big splash at the box office. >> the reminder if you have a consumer problem or question, call the hotline, 888-5-
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Aug 5, 2014 12:00pm PDT
and banished after they complained about the quality of the work from china. and some lawmakers expect criminal investigation into the bridge construction now. >>> unions representing the golden gate bridge highway and transportation workers have given the go ahead to call a strike. the unanimous approval comes after yesterday's bargaining session didn't go well. unions have been without a contract since july 1st and say the proposed contract raises health care costs too much. it doesn't mean a strike will happen. just gives the option if further negotiations don't work out. >>> today the 49ers offered single game tickets, sandal rook only at the sold -- standing room only at the sold out levi's stadium. only available to people who registered for the faithful 49ers a frequent buyer program sort of. the tickets for the first three regular season games have sold out. and the thanksgiving game. well some are still available though. prices range from $25 to $75 each depending on the opponent and the game. >>> pieces of equipment from the old 49ers' ballpark candlestick park will go up for
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Jan 17, 2014 12:00pm PST
2010 winter olympics in vancouver cost 8.7 billion in comparison, china's 2008 summer games came in at $40 billion skyrocketing costs believed to come from the new infrastructure that had to be built and security for those winter games but 50 billion. >> that is a lot. >> is it worth it? >> imagine those ads, it's going to make a ton. >> they better. guys get ready for the weekend now with very warm weather outside today. of course we've seen day after day of record breaking temperatures today, could be a close maybe a couple more records fall. sunny and bright outside, little hazy right now as we see little in the way of wind. the temperatures just getting cranked up now, 66 degrees in livermore, 62 in concord, 63 san jose and 58 degrees in san francisco. into the afternoon we go, plenty of sunshine and hazy conditions, mostly clear tonight, a little chilly in some of the valleys this morning we dropped off from the 20s in the north bay valley could get there again tonight and then mostly sunny and then a cool weekend on tap for the bay area, maybe a couple patches of coastal fog,
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Feb 23, 2015 12:00pm PST
this morning. proud family and friends gathered at the city college of san francisco china town campus. city college has the largest citizenship program in northern california. >>> the government is stepping in to put a hold on federal judge's decision that temporarily blocks the executive action on immigration. the justice department formally requested an emergency stay. last week, a texas judge issued an injunction sought by 26 states to stop the immigration action by president obama. the government is asking the judge to wait on that decision while the federal government appeals it first. >>> a new potential terror threat has homeland security on alert now. cbs reporter susan mcginnis says the target maybe america's shopping malls. >> fbi officials are working with mall owners nationwide. boosting security after terror group al-shabaab released this video saturday calling on muslims to attack shopping centers. specifically naming minnesota's mall of america. >> we now have a situation where groups like isil, al- shabaab, are publicly calling for individual actors to carry out
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Oct 15, 2014 12:00pm PDT
economic reports out of china and germany. the debt crisis in europe seems to be referring its head again also some worries some economic signals in the u.s. retail sales in september falling for the first time in eight months. inflation fell at the wholesale level in september. that may seem like good news for us consumers but lower inflation means lower prices being charged by companies. also means less wage growth coming for consumers, which will hurt us down the road. as we can see, the market has taken a tumble. we have improved from the lows on the session but still the dow down by almost 300 points, nasdaq down 51, s&p down by 30. frank and michelle, back to you. >> not a good day. thank you. >>> a man and woman have been hospitalized both in critical condition after they were attacked by four pit bulls at their modesto home. stanislaus county sheriff's deputies responded to a 911 call yesterday found the dogs mauling a man in the backyard and then found an 85-year-old woman who had been attacked inside the home. deputies shot and killed two of the dogs and followed the other
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Aug 1, 2014 12:00pm PDT
countries like china and brazil and india deeply interested in working with africa, not to extract natural resources alone which traditionally has been the relationship between africa and the rest of the world but because africa's growing and you've got markets and entrepreneurs and extraordinary talent among the people there. and africa also happens to be one of the continents where america is most popular and people feel a real affinity for our way of life. and we've made enormous progress over the last several years in not just providing traditional aid to africa, helping countries that are suffering from malnutrition or helping countries that are suffering from aids but rather partnering and thinking about how can we trade more and how can we do business together and that's the kind of relationship that africa's looking for. i've had conversations over the last several months where u.s. businesses some of them biggest u.s. businesses in the world, they say africa that's one of our top priorities. we want to do business with those folks and we think that we can create u.s. jobs
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Jun 24, 2013 12:00pm PDT
. >> has a negative impact to the u.s./china relationship. >> speculate on what may be happening behind the scenes. >> i suspect the russians are considering it may not be quite as easy as they initially thought just to let him transit through. >> it's also possible the plan to go to cuba was arhussed. part of the plan to stay ahead of the man hunt. cbs news. >> secretary of state john kerry also said this morning there will be consequences for the countries that help snowden. >> appeals to pray for nelson mandela. visiting the civil right's ledge anld in a hospital today. his ex-wife also stopped by. he is in critical condition at this hour suffering from a lung infection. his health has worsened over the weekend. >>> a public funeral is set for thursday for actor james gandolfini. died of a heart attack last week while in italy at the age of 51. a plane carrying his body arrived last night in home state of new jersey. >> the zimmermann trial is off to a shocking start. he's the florida man accused of killing 17-year-old trayvon martin back in 2012. george zimmermann sat quietly as pro
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May 5, 2015 12:00pm PDT
celebrities did not disappoint at the annual costume ball. this year's theme, china through the looking glass. and singer rihanna wore one of the most memorable numbers. take a look. her fur trimmed yellow cape. it required three wranglers. that's high maintenance. and sheer dresses like beyonce seem to be a trend. look at this. sarah jessica parker's headdress. i don't know about that. >> me neither. >> if you have a consumer problem or question, call our hotline at 888-5-helps-u. volunteers are there right now. we'll be right back. >>> coming up tonight at 5:00, claims of a rental car ripoff. a warning before your next vacation. the sneaky way companies are accused of charging you for hidden damages. those stories and more tonight at 5:00. >> all right. and as you said, a lot going on today. >> yes. i'm emceeing a cinco de mayo event later on tonight. the latin triband will be playing. see you there. >> are you going to be dancing? >> i am. i have my dancing shoes >> rick: you're pathetic, you know that? you can't say anything against me, so you go after maya? >> ridge: i'm not saying
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Apr 1, 2014 12:00pm PDT
overboard during the clipper round the world yacht race. his team was traveling from china to the u.s. when a huge wave swept 46-year-old andrew taylor off the 70-foot yacht and into frigid water. it took 90 minutes before crew members finally spotted taylor's bright yellow life jacket. >> a needle in the hay stack doesn't even describe what we were looking for. >> i didn't know if you were looking for me or not. i didn't know if you -- if you'd seen me. >> taylor who was wearing a dry suit was treated for hypothermia and shock and expected to make a full recovery and rejoin his crew members. >>> national weather service has issued a statement over the east bay some severe weather hitting that place right now? >> absolutely and we were able to detect that on the live hi- def doppler radar. in fact, let's go ahead and take a look at it and i'm going to zoom in and you will see a bright orange spot there. that's a cell that contains one- half inch in diameter hail and it's affecting the oakland area. lafayette, pleasant hill, walnut creek, martinez, piedmont and orinda and of course
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Oct 18, 2013 12:00pm PDT
of the 16- year-old student from china was tragic but firefighters responding to the crash did not violate any criminal laws. the case is considered closed. >>> there are a lot of happy people in mountain view today. google shares have gone over $1,000. it's the first time that happened since the search engine giant went public at $85 a share some 9 years ago. so why the surge? kcbs financial reporter jason brooks joins us live to tell us why. >> reporter: certainly good news for all those early investors who held on to their google stock all throughout the nine years but you can chalk up this gain today to its blockbuster 3rd quarter as its profits shot higher by 36% to more than $2.9 billion revenue up 12% to 14.9 billion. the company continues to benefit as more people start to view things on the internet with mobile devices. youtube, 40% of its traffic came from mobile devices compared to 25% a year ago just 6% two years ago. now, advertising dollars are a little bit lower on mobile advertising. but google is getting quite a bit of that compared to other internet players out th
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Jan 24, 2014 12:00pm PST
>>> another rough day for the stock market as investors worry about china's gross and disappointing profits for some major american companies. looking live at the big board right now, you can see dow down 270 points. >> yikes! that is a bad day. >>> there was a bear scare in pasadena. we have a bear cub feasting on food that he found in trash bins. he was spotted at people's yards snacking on plants trying to bite fences. and at one point chased a news crew. fish & game spent the nice trying to lure the cub to the wild. the news crew freaked out. the cub went back to the hills. >>> tony tantillo is looking for what? >> fresh fruit. >> there you go. >> reporter: well, today's tip of the day is going to be is with apricots. it's coming from chile. the appear apricots have to be picked carefully. they are expensive. so let's talk about selection. when you buy them you want to make sure very closely nice pink around, light orange pink and you want to be sure it's got a slight give to the touch not too much. free from any shriveling whatsoever. when you bring them home, store them on the
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Jan 29, 2014 12:00pm PST
china camp state park landing 30 feet below. firefighters say he was in his 30s, unconscious when a coast guard helicopter hoisted him back up the cliff. another helicopter flew him to the hospital. no word on his condition. >>> oakland city council members ran into a roadblock when they tried to move ahead with plans for a surveillance center. got a little heated. opponents showed up to point out a problem with the contractor that may be hired to finish phase 2 of the city. schneider electric's website says the company is involved in nuclear weapons work. oakland municipal code does not allow cities to hire such companies. schneider electric says it's been a decade since it was involved in nuclear programs. but the committee did not approve the company for the project and sent the issue to the full city council. >>> four words are bringing 9er nation together heading into super bowl sunday. >> anyone but the seahawks. that's become the catch phrase taking over the bay area. one woman is help kiet do and all 9ers fans get over the nfc championship loss. 49ers fans will have to answe
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Jul 8, 2015 12:00pm PDT
because of worries over china's stock market plunge. we have the dow down 240 points, nasdaq down 86 and the s&p down 32. but the nyse says trading should resume in just a few minutes from now. we'll see how it goes the rest of the way. >> jason, i don't suppose there's a chance they would extend the trading day? >> no. it will close at 1:00 our time. and it's critical that they start trading soon because there's going to be a big backlog of orders that they have to process. it's going to take some time to get that done and they need at least 45 minutes according to experts to get that done. >> we have 55 right now. thanks very much, jason brooks from kcbs news. >>> the "wall street journal" also had a tough start today. people tried to access the website's homepage got this message. oops, something did not respond fast enough. that's all we know. the journal says the error is also because of unknown technical problems. >>> today commuters were at a standstill because of two accidents at the same time on the bay bridge. one problem was a vehicle fire near the metering lights. chopper
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Jul 7, 2015 12:00pm PDT
leyland yee was back in court today. a former china town gangster and 23 other defendants. this is after yee pleaded guilty thorax earring in return for a lesser sentence. >>> police are investigating a fatal crash reported just before 6:00 am on saratoga avenue. a man died after crashing a pickup truck into a light pole. he was the only person in the car and he later died at the hospital. vetters are not sure -- investigators are not sure what caused the may than to crash. >> it was a single vehicle so the detectives behind me are out here now investigating and are working with the coroner's office. >> the crash was the 25th fatal accident in san jose this year. >>> crews are making progress at a wildfire in solono county. the fire is now 60% contained. it began yesterday near mixed canyon and sky ranch roads northwest of vacaville. no homes were burned but up to a dozen are threatened. fire was sparked by a burning pick up. the blaze has been hard to fight because of strong winds and rugged terrain. >> the terrain is really, really steep and mixed canyon is a box canyon so it's o
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May 15, 2014 12:00pm PDT
. >> sharon chin tells us it begins with a crowded orphanage in china's one child policy. >> reporter: jenny bowen and her husband richard adopted maya in 1997. silent, sick, and shut down. from almost two years in a chinese orphanage. >> she had dysentary, parasites. she was emotionally vacant. a little girl who had never been held, talked to. >> reporter: she need fd love. >> i talked to her, sang to her, played with her. >> reporter: one year later. >> i looked out my kitchen window and boom, there was my little girl just romping around in the garden. singing, full of joy, and life, and looking like a child who had been loved from the moment she was born. and i saw ... i saw what a family's love does for a child. i said to my husband, why can't we do that for all the kids we can't bring home? >> reporter: foreigners weren't each allowed inside a chinese orphanage. so how could jenny bring change? after a year of talks, china agreed to let the film director and screen writer launch a pilot program. >> we hire and train local people to provide the kind of nurturing care that children growin
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Jun 16, 2014 12:00pm PDT
caltrain to china town. >> the hardest working women in the city, nicknamed moll chung and big alma after who san francisco figures, these tunnel machines are seeing the light f of day for the first time in months. >> i first want to start by welcoming our two heaviest new constituents into district 3 and into north beach, weighing 750 tons each, mom chung and big alma, welcome. >> reporter: for nearly a year the machines have been ferociously digging at a pace of 40 feet per day. when all done in 2019, the passengers will be able to get from caltrain to china town in 8 minutes on the t line. much faster than where it can take 20 plus minutes on muni. >> i enjoy getting to know china town residents on the bus, and is it was great, but would have been nice to hop on the subway and have more capacity. >> reporter: the project includes new subway stations near union square and china town. >> transportation is a serious expensive matter. we have to complete all of these transportation systems to make our city work. >> reporter: and there's a push to extend the central subway beyond chin
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Dec 29, 2014 12:00pm PST
malaysia airlines jet carrying 239 people vanished from radar on its way from kuala lumpur to china. it's never been found. relatives of those on board the airasia flight are holding out hope this time the outcome will be different. craig boswell, cbs news. >> so far the ntsb has not sent any representatives to the search area, but it is monitoring the situation and it ready to help if it's needed. >>> people who suffer property damage in the napa earthquake have a few hours left to apply for federal aid. fema will shut down its local assistance center later today. so far, the agency says it has helped 2,500 homeowners, renters and businesses. the 6.0 magnitude quake caused an estimated $360 million in property damage back in august. >>> investigators in the sacramento area say a fire on school campus was deliberately set. it broke out last night at a campus for two charter schools on center court lane and antelope. flames destroyed 25% of a classroom. a broken window was in two different place where the fire started. that led them to the conclusion of arson. >>> a surfer has surviv
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Jun 25, 2013 12:00pm PDT
and ease in concerns about china's credit problems. >> day two in the trial of george zimmerman. the watch volunteer charged with second degree murder. a prosecute for said previous calls should be played for the jurors. the six months leading up to the death of trayvon martin. looking at live pictures. today with no jurors present, the judge heard five recordings where zimmermann complains about suspicious characters. yesterday a defense attorney made a very awkward knock-knock joke. >> who is there? george zimmerman. george zimmerman who? all right, good. you are on the jury. >> well, the joke did not appear to go over very well. and the attorney later apologized for it. >>> some developing news, edward snowden is in moscow and as allison tells us, putin is refusing to extradite him despite a plea from the u.s. >> russia's president confirms edward snowden is still in the transit area. snowden is a freeman and not handed over to american authorities. russia doesn't have an extra addition treaty with the united states. john kerry says moscow should do it anyway. >> we're not orderin
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