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Apr 28, 2017 12:00pm PDT
un and his officers are seen cheering. foreign ministers from china, attended the meeting. a sign of how serious they are taking the north korea standoff. >> light of the growing threat, the time has come on an of us to put pressure on north korea. >> reporter: china is north korea's biggest trading partner. this morning, china's foreign minister said a peaceful resolution is the only choice. beijing supports full implementations of u.n. resolutions on north korea, but did not say if they would impose their own sanctions on their ally. >>> still to come, dragged off a bus after asking a rider to pay. frightening new video at noon of a bus driver attacked by a violent suspect. >> reporter: british police say there is an active terror plot. i'm amber austin-wright in london, that story is coming up. >> wow, what a day. we have wind swept blue skies. but, that is the operative word. we have winds that will be increasing today. but look at that visibility! the weekend forecast coming upright after this. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, showing a bus driver being attacked by a ride >> new video at noon f
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Dec 1, 2015 12:00pm PST
china. the situation has intensified in china where heavy smog is a constant reminder of severe air pollution. the president also addressed the world's fight against islam and the role russia should play. >> ultimately, russia's going to recognize the threat that isil poses to, um, its country, to its people. >> reporter: the president hopes russia will eventually decide syrian leader bashar al- assad must leave office in order to end syria's long civil war. tina kraus, cbs news. >>> today hundreds of events throughout the world are taking place to mark world aids day. in san francisco, hundreds are gathered at the aids memorial grove in golden gate park. these are been going on since 1988 to remember those dead and focus on prevention and treatment. >>> donald trump threatens to boycott the next debate. what he wants for just showing up. >> giving back to bay area charities. how to make a big impact on this "giving tuesday." coming up. ,,,,,,,, this is violet. she's been waiting for this moment for awhile. a moment other kids wouldn't think twice about. her first bowl of cheerios.
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Jul 7, 2017 12:00pm PDT
. mola lenghi, cbs news, the white house. >>> president trump meets with china's president tomorrow. relations between the two countries have suffered over how much support china is willing to give in order to stop north korea's missile program. >>> still ahead, chaos on board a delta plane when a passenger reportedly attacks a flight attendant. how other passengers stepped in to help. >> from the kpix weather center, good afternoon, everybody. the coast is not clear. the heat is on inland. and how all this is going to make a huge impact on your weekend forecast. the weather is coming up next. it happened shortly after takeoff... around 8 this morning. the pilot was not hurt. d there's no s >>> new at noon, a small plane crashed north of the nut tree airport in vacaville shortly after take-off around 8 a.m. the pilot was not hurt and there is no sign of any fuel leaks. >>> the fbi is investigating after witnesses say a passenger attacked a delta flight attendant in midair. delta flight 129 was going from seattle to beijing when a 23- year-old florida man in first class started actin
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Jul 4, 2017 12:00pm PDT
: president trump called on china to step up its pressure on north korea to stop the nuclear program. the "new york times" reports that president trump warned that the u.s. is ready to act on its own. but mike morrell says options are limited and a military strike is off the table. >> there is no option to do that that wouldn't start a second korean war and wouldn't raise the possibility of him using nuclear weapons against his neighbors. >> reporter: china and russia are proposing the u.s. and south korea refrain from joint military exercises 234 the region in exchange for north korea halting the tests. >>> the white house confirmed that president trump will meet with russian president vladimir putin on friday. there is no agenda for the talks but north korea is likely to come up. >>> the state beaches and parks are back open in new jersey after governor chris christie and democratic lawmakers reached a late night budget deal that even as the stalemate came to an end the governor continued to face questions over his family's time on a beach that was closed to everyone else. >> shame on t
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May 11, 2016 12:00pm PDT
she said about china that's now causa big st >>> queen elizabeth caught off guard saying something when she thought the cameras were off. what she said about china that's causing a stir. that's coming up later today on kpix 5 at 5. >> that's it for kpix 5 news at noon. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com >> caroline: please answer. pick up. pick up. pick up. he's not answering. he's -- >> ridge: well, they got to be somewhere in the building. >> caroline: he has our son! he took our son. thomas took our baby! >> ridge: breathe. it's gonna be okay. we'll find him. >> caroline: he's upset, and he knows that he's -- that we lied, and he feel betrayed. what if he just takes him away? what if we never see my baby? what if i can't find him?! >> ridge: charlie. hey, uh, have you seen thomas? okay. >> caroline: what did he say? where is he? where are they? >> ridge: he just drove off with douglas. >> thomas: that night -- that was a terribleis
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Jun 1, 2017 12:00pm PDT
. >> we are not stopping here. i'm going to china tomorrow. we're having a meeting of our 175 partners and those partners include states and provinces and countries all over the world. and this group is completely committed to meeting the paris agreement. >> reporter: he says if president trump does indeed decide to pull out of the paris agreement, that will galvanize activists and push california to double down on its own climate strategies. now, house minority leader nancy pelosi tweeted that: mayor lee said: we just heard about some of the businesses that are publicly supporting the paris climate agreement including these bay area businesses you see there on your screen. apple, google, "salesforce" and adobe. so if indeed president trump does decide to pull out of the paris accord, the plan would then be to form a team to dismantle current policies brought about by barack obama to reduce climate change and that could take up to three years. >> anne, thank you very much for that report. and taking another live look at the white house rose garden, we'll bring you president trump's par
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Aug 21, 2015 12:00pm PDT
equities. just another sell-off of the stock market. investors really focused on china. china has been a huge growth engine for the global economy in recent years. but its stock market has been tanking much worse than on wall street now over the past three months the economy slowing down, number of moves by beijing not doing enough. and now that's coming here. stocks are expensive during a bull run that lessed more six years. will the feds raise or not raise rates? when you have a lot of uncertainty and volatility investors are selling. that's what we are seeing today with the dow and nasdaq pretty much in correction territory at this point. >> i guess the big question now is it panic time? are being going to be selling? >> reporter: hopefully not panic. corrections are normal for the stock market especially when you have been going up for so long. they pull back after a while. that's what we're looking at now. the scene whether or not it gets worse and we fall 20% for the all-time highs for the market which would be a bear market far more serious. >> monday is a couple of days away. we
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Apr 20, 2017 12:00pm PDT
just six hours after take-off. >>> china heading to space today. one of the country's unmanned aircraft blasted off early this morning. it's heading to china's second space station to help finish construction on that facility. >>> new data shows that legal marijuana is bringing in a lot of money across the united states. sales reached nearly $6.7 billion last year. experts predict that sales could reach nearly $50 billion per year by the year 2026. >>> in colorado, legal recreational and medical pot hit over $1 billion in sales last year. cbs news' barry petersen reports that colorado communities are dealing with a windfall and the stigma that comes with it. >> reporter: a small denver suburb of flags and front porches, it's all american. and oh, by the way, it has six pot shops. this town of 5300 is generating $1.4 million in sales tax revenue from pot. that's 20% of its annual budget. money for repaving 12 miles of streets. and the old city hall will soon be replaced by a new $10 million complex. hjstalt is city manager. how much is pot money? >> if it remains legal all of it
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Nov 11, 2015 12:00pm PST
exchange. the company reported a whopping $14.3 billion in sales during china's singles day celebration. it's held every year on november 11 in china. >>> in today's jobs report, jill schlesinger looks at some of the best paying jobs in america. >>> reporter: very few people are going to pull in the salary of a superstar athlete, hollywood movie star or fortune 500 ceo. so what's the best paying job that an average person can land? according to data, anesthesiologists have the best paying jobs in america. nationally the specialized doctors earn $246,320 a year. in fact, in the list of highest paid jobs, 16 of the top 30 are in the medical field. but if medical school followed by a four-year residency program sounds like more schooling than you had in mind, you might consider a career as a nurse anesthetist which comes in at 14 on the list. duties typically include administering, anesthesia, monitoring a patient's vital signs and overseeing recovery from anesthesia. the average nurse anesthetist in the bay area earns nearly $142,000 a year and demand for these specialized nur
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Aug 25, 2015 12:00pm PDT
, september october, a volatile period. >> reporter: early today china's major index tanked again. afterward regulators cut interest rates in order to stimulate the slowing economy. the second largest in the world. a slowdown in china is just one of the issues concerning investors, falling oil prices are another. >> crude oil down below $40 a barrel pressuring a lot of energy companies. >> reporter: investors are also keeping a close eye on the federal reserve to see if it will raise interest rates when it meets next week. jill wagner, cbs news at the new york stock exchange. >>> two positive reports on consumer confidence in sales of new homes in the u.s. also helped fuel the rally this morning. >>> a motorcycle officer is recovering after a collision with a car in san francisco's tenderloin neighborhood. it happened around 7:30 this morning near the intersection of leavenworth street and golden gate avenue. the impact knocked off part of the car's front grill as you can see. you can also see the motorcycle leaning on its side. the officer was taken to the hospital but is expecte
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Aug 7, 2017 12:00pm PDT
. tiller called on russia examine china -- >> we do have an exhe expectation you'll do everything you can to help north korea understand the reality of the future and bring them to the negotiating table. >> china increased trade with yang over the first half of the year but cut how much it buys from north korea especially coal. weijia jiang, cbs news, the state department. >> california's is considering suing the federal governor over its sanctuary city policy. they say it violates the constitution by withholding money from sctuary city. the chicago's mayorays th'll sue t feds today. the mayor says chicago won't quote be blackmailed into changing its values as a welcoming city. >> chicago will not let our police officers become political pawns in a debate. chicago will not let our residents have the fundamental rights isolated and violated. >> chicago city leaders says there's new qualifications for a grant to require cities to share information -- >>> a manhunt is underway in missouri for the suspect who shot and killed a police officer. investigators say they're looking for mccarthy
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Aug 15, 2017 12:00pm PDT
korea's sudden advancements mean it received some kind of help. that convinced china to go along with new tough sanctions. >> the polls are open for alabama voters to select a new senator to replace jeff sessions. he left the seat vacant when president trump named torn geral he ate torn geralim temporarily took over the spot. he's now the republican front runner for the permanent position. trump has endorsed him and tweeted to alabama voters to make him their ft or ntoex $19 million, the offense selling rings under the tiffany name even though they weren't from the luxury jewelry maker. >> the long restoration ahead for big bend. >> you thought there was fog in lop don, we've been sopped in a good portion of the morning. and right there in san francisco we're beginning toast as the nes continues, we'll be right back. may be some delays on railroad avenue as construction starts for the new bart station. >>> an alert for commuters in pittsburgh. over the next two weeks there may be some delays on railroad avenue as construction starts for the new bart station. the station will be a
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May 31, 2017 12:00pm PDT
misstep. >> it would damage our standing on the world stage and allow china to take the high ground. >> reporter: in italy g7 leaders pressed president trump to stick to the agreement. exactly how the u.s. will pull out or whether the president may try to renegotiate part of the deal is not yet clear. kelly o'hara, cbs news, the white house. >>> a pennsylvania man is facing criminal charges after police found an assault rifle, a handgun and nearly 100 rounds of ammo in his car that he brought to the trump hotel in washington. officers got a tip about the armed man that led to his arrest. >> i believe that the officers and our federal partners and in particular the tipster coming forward averted a potential disaster. >> he is charged with carrying a pistol without a license and possessing unregistered ammunition. secret service says its initial interview showed he posed float float. >>> a suicide bombing in afghanistan's capital killed at least 90 people and injured more than 350 others. officials say the bomber detonated the device during rush hour. they say the blast site in kabul
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Sep 29, 2015 12:00pm PDT
accidents in the storm. the typhoon raged all night before turning towards china. >>> okay on that note, let's have a check of weather. roberta checking in on a tuesday. >> good afternoon everybody, have you noticed the clouds outside? they've been making for some really terrific sunsets. it's right here. it's the stream of clouds going all the way back fetching to the hawaiian islands and a little bit of precipitation has been noticed around the monterey area in the form of just a few rain drops and also the carmel valley. the clouds going to be with us through thursday. also in addition to that we have some cooler air masses the temperatures today below average. then it's going to pan out to be sunnier and warmer on friday. i have that seven day forecast coming up. but again, here are the clouds. and here's this area of low pressure. this right here is drawing down that cooler air mass. so you couple the two together and partly cloudy skies today and temperatures cooler than what we experienced yesterday. and now we have a weather pattern change at the end of this workweek. meanwhile
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Jan 11, 2016 12:00pm PST
on on a flight thursday to china but never got on. her family said she may have been depressed. >>> daly city police are looking for this woman. they say 25-year-old denise davis hit an officer with her car as they attempted to arrest her for a previous vehicular assault. took off on foot after hitting that officer on friday, hat not been seen since. we checked out powerball tickets and well --well back to that story and we headed back to work this morning. >> right. we didn't win. >> that jackpot keeps growing it and is hitting uncharted territory. at last check, it's estimated at $1.4 billion. you can see it's never been so high. check out the lottery signs. they run out of space for all of those numbers. they show the jackpot stuck at $999 million. the lump sum would be $868 million. i'll take it. >> we'll take it. >>> dramatic video of joaquin "el chapo" guzman's arrest. what's next for him next. >>> and gray skies with a few scattered showers. the story today, but changes are on the way. we have real rain coming in. i will tell you when -- coming up next. ,, ,,,, ♪ abdes
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Nov 30, 2015 12:00pm PST
, killing 130 people? the u.s. and china kicked off the summit, pledging to take action. >> the united states of america not only recognizes our role in creating this problem, we embrace our responsibility to do something about it. >> reporter: the goal is to limit global warming to 3.6 degrees fahrenheit from pre industrial levels. the conference runs until december 11th, giving world leaders less than two weeks to lockdown the first ever universal climate deal. >>> and today a new poll by cbs news and the new york times shows 66% of americans think the u.s. should join an international treaty to reduce carbon emissions. 53% think global warming is caused by human activity and think it is already having a serious impact on the environment. >>> good afternoon everybody. first it was the cold everybody was talking about. now it is the need for an umbrella. it is live, it is our hi def doppler radar. and currently we have rain showers spreading from the west to the east. and you can see this particular time it appears as though the east bay has seen the most moderate rainfall making trac
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Apr 3, 2017 12:00pm PDT
role in meetings this week between president trump and china's president. >>> on the storm watch a twister caught on camera in louisiana. storm chasers spotted the funnel cloud crossing a road. that is when they decided to back away for their own safety. a wise decision. that was one of at least ten tornadoes to hit louisiana and texas yesterday. one of them was deadly. david reports 50 million people in the southeast are facing the risk of more severe weather today. >> reporter: it was an outbreak of tornadoes that struck texas and louisiana sunday. >> oh my gosh that's it. >> reporter: storm chasers captured this one crossing interstate 49 in louisiana. >> it's right in front of me. >> reporter: an ef1 tornado with winds up to 110 miles per hour flipped over this mobile home in st. martin perish. killing 38-year-old fran seen and her three-year-old daughter ma via. >> we called fran seen's name and there was no response. >> reporter: marcela alexander is navia's grandmother. they urged people living in mobile homes to take shelter educational where. >> if you have the ability to
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Jan 28, 2016 12:00pm PST
were intercepted as they arrived from china. they have a phony ul symbol indicating they had met u.s. safety standards. they say they are prone to exploding and catching fire weather plugged into charge. the shipment is worth more than $10 million. >>> star power meets a higher power. actor leonardo dicaprio was grand an audience with the pope at the vatican today. the two men showed deep concern about climate change. leonardo dicaprio spoke in italian. he made an undisclosed donation for the pope's charities. >>> a pennsylvania house with a rock star past goes up in smoke. it's the childhood home of singer bret michaels destroyed in a fire. the family that lives there now got out safely. firefighters had a tough time putting it out because the street's hydrants were buried in snow. it appears to have started on the stove. >>> the iconic barbie doll is getting a makeover and not the way you might think. reporter mariah villareal takes a look at the changes. ♪[ music ] >> reporter: since 1959, barbara millicent roberts, better known as barbie, has been a household name. at 1 1.5
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Feb 17, 2016 12:00pm PST
two years. the british sports carmaker is joining with a consumer electronics company in china. >>> time for a check of weather. we have a little rain coming. >> and we have a lot of wind, as well. it's one of those days where i wish i had a buck for every time somebody had a story about the wind or the rain. right now, everybody has been reporting gusty winds but i found this really interesting. 61 degrees. that's frank keenan one of our weather owners novato and he says we feel like we are on the verge of rain. we're picking up the rain to the north of us right now. that's moderate rainfall but as i zip on in, just received a report from one of my weather watchers kathy munch in sebastopol a little bit of light raindrops on the rooftops. this is the story all morning. we are picking up south winds to 21 miles per hour at mineta international airport. but the gusts are up to 41. gusts over 30 at sfo where we have airport delays two hours and 32 minutes or some arriving flights. because of the wind chill speeds we have the wind advisory in effect until clock tonight because of
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Dec 23, 2015 12:00pm PST
of >>> new at noon rescuers in china have found a 19-year-old man alive more than two days after he was buried in this landslide north of hong kong. a second survivor who was found under the rubble later died. state media says four bodies have been recovered. about 73 people still missing today. >>> we are hearing competing explanations for a weird bright light sign seen in the sky above california, nevada and arizona. it started just after 6 p.m. last night. check it out. streaking northeast to southeast for several minutes, the u.s. military claims it was russian space debris. but some astronomers claim it's a meteor shower peaking now. >> every once in a while at this time of the year, the earth flies through the swath of debris left behind. so what fell to earth was probably a little piece of what used to be part of the comet. >> it's all over facebook and it's crazy. you always wonder what's really going on. >> again, the competing explanation for this thing, some say it's a meteor shower, one says it's another type of meteor shower and the military says it was a russian rocket
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Sep 15, 2016 12:00pm PDT
issues. let's go to the great wall of china next. >> reporter: the senior at bellarmine college prep founded the nonprofit "geography for tomorrow" to teach geography to under served children for free. today he uses virtual reality cardboard boxes from google map to bring the world up close. >> oh!! >> reporter: arvind started "geography for tomorrow" three years ago after doing a community service project at another school. he discovered that the fourth graders didn't know the capital of canada. >> i knew that maybe i could use my passion and my knowledge of this field in order to empower these youth. >> reporter: with the help of 70-plus volunteers, arvind has taught geography to more than 200 students in south and east bay schools like this 8th grader. >> i know what goes on in the outside world, so next time when i'm older i can actually go beyond that. >> reporter: arvind's teaching tools include games, atlases and even a giant map from organizations like national geographic. the 17-year-old developed his own curriculum. principal lorraine shepherd is impressed. >> when arvind s
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Sep 8, 2016 12:00pm PDT
including directed at the pope and others. >> the president's visit did have some success. china signed on to a global climate change deal and the president repaired a vietnam war era rift with his historic visit to laos. >>> new at noon governor brown signed the country's most ambitious climate change law. it will expand on a landmark 2006 law and extend it for another decade. california already had a goal of reducing greenhouse gas emission to 1990 levels by 2020. the new law has a goal of reducing emissions to 40% below 1990 levels by the year 2030. >>> protestors gathered outside miami beach city hall as leaders talked about using a controversial chemical to fight the zika virus. experts say it's harmless to humans. but as david begnaud reports, many people are not convinced. >> that's what the experts are telling me. >> you're lying! >> reporter: over and over an angry crowd shouted at the mayor as he tried to tell them based on the experts the insecticide is harmless to humans in the doses used to kill adult mosquitoes. >> i will not get sprayed here! >> reporter: many people doubted
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Mar 13, 2017 12:00pm PDT
different manufacturers, all fabricated in china. it is not immediately clear what brand of hover board may have caused the deadly house fire. >>> new at noon, strollers, carriers and other baby products have become safer over the years but as cbs news' chris martinez reports, research is seeing a rising number of kids going to the hospital with injuries. >> reporter: michael stagnalio is a stay-at-home dad. his full-time job is taking care of his five month old, bowen. whether they are at the house or on the go, safety is always a top concern. >> it's all you think about. is he safe in a crib, car seat, stroller? yeah. all of that stuff becomes basically part of every day. >> reporter: and for good reason. a new study in the journal of pediatrics find 66,000 kids under the age of 3 go to the emergency room every year with injuries involving a child product. >> or about one every eight minutes. >> reporter: tracy meehan from children's hospital says the top products associate injuries -- associated with injuries are baby carriers, strollers and cribs. overall, injuries are up 80%, mostl
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Oct 20, 2016 12:00pm PDT
. and haima is now headed to southeast china. >>> the number of americans who filed for unemployment benefits rose by about 13,000 last week to 260,000. it is the highest level in five weeks. but some say it shows a healthy job market. strong employment makes it more likely the fed will raise interest rates by the end of the year. >>> and checking on wall street right now, the dow is down 6 points. >>> all right. no shocker here but it turns out your coworkers may not be telling the truth when they call in sick. kenny, i'm looking at you. >> oh, all right. [ laughter ] >> new survey from career builder finds one out of three workers admits to calling in sick when they are fine. when asked why, more than a quarter said, they just didn't feel like going to work. another quarter said they just needed to unwind. >> didn't you tell me that the other day? >> i'm not admitting that! [ laughter ] >> the rest went to the doctor or run errands. hm. among the more creative excuses the survey found, the ozone in the air flattened the employee's tires. okay. while she wasn't sick her mama was. i'
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Apr 11, 2017 12:00pm PDT
looking for trouble if china decides to help, that would be great. if not, we will solve the problem without them. usa. craig boswell cbs news the white house. >> former defense secretary leon panetta says north korea usually uses april 15th as a chance to take provocative actions. and this year may be no different. >>> air fares are taking a nose dive after a video of a passenger being dragged by security off an over booked flight. you probably have seen this incident left the man bloodied and bruised. united says it was trying to make room for four passengers of a partner airline. the ceo has apologized but at last check united stock was down about 3%. >>> and now here's a look at the over all picture on wall street today. the dow is down right now about 42 points. >>> still ahead claims that dogs are getting sick after visiting a san francisco park. >> these dog owners are frustrated with the rec and parks department. they want some answer from the city and they want more transparency. >> plus a bright light in the sky. hundreds of people report seeing a fire ball and one woman sa
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Aug 17, 2015 12:00pm PDT
. investigators found a second undetonated bomb outside the shrine. >>> new video from china showing the explosions that killed dozens there. the bright flash occurred at an apartment killing more than a hundred people. last wednesday. today about a hundred people whose homes were damaged demanded compensation from the chinese government. they say the warehouse where the explosions happened was too close to their homes. >>> and searchers have spotted the wreckage of a passenger plane in indonesia, but it could take a while for crews to get to the remote area. residents of a nearby village told local police they saw the plane fly low before it crashed into the mountains yesterday. among the 54 people on board, four postal workers carrying nearly a half million dollars, $4 million, rather, of government money for poor families to offset a spike in fuel prices. >>> gop front runner, donald trump is starting to give details about he would lead the country, but as craig boswell reports, first he's taking time for jury duty in new york city. >> donald trump is taking time off to perform his ci
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Jul 25, 2017 12:00pm PDT
high-profile cases and celebrity cases. recently she represented black china and also cathy griffin. she says she would like a jury to decide what sort of compensation her clients should receive. in the newsroom, sandra osborne, kpix 5. >>> the warriors said: no further comment at this time." a short time ago, arizona senator john mccain arrived at the capitol to cast his vote on whether to begin debating a bill to repeal obamaca ill not certain >>> a short time ago arizona senator john mccain arrived at the capital to vote on whether to begin debating a bill to repeal obamacare. but it's still not certain whether republicans will have votes to pass the bill. mola lenghi has the latest. >> reporter: ajority leader mitch mcconnell urged his colleagues to vote yes to begin debate on the gop plan to get rid of obamacare. >> inaction will do nothing to solve obamacare's problems or bring relief to those who need it. >> reporter: the leader picked up a huge "yes" vote this morning from kentucky senator rand paul. >> i have offered the leadership that i would vote to proceed to the bill i
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Aug 12, 2016 12:00pm PDT
the medal standings the u.s. by far in the lead with 39 including 16 gold followed by china japan russia and great britain. >> still ahead scientific buzz over sharks. and how the new research could lead to new insight into human aging. >>> and the show in the sky caught on camera. new images of the perseid meteor shower. >> that was a beautiful sight to be hold. now hazy conditions in the bay area. it is a spare the air day and tell you how that will effect your weekend forecast as the news continues. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,, ♪ doing a little cleaning i see. sparkle paper towels are great for wiping up fingerprints without wiping out your savings. just right for cleaning up...jelly... ...water... ...refrigerator doors... ...and look at this... security camera lenses. oh, why don't you tell the homeowners how great sparkle works? just right clean. just right price. stadium in santa clara. >>> believe it or not football season is almost here and vta is testing a new transfer for the 49ers in santa clara. express light rail this sunday's pre-season game against houston. it wi
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Aug 9, 2017 12:00pm PDT
are on high alert and china issued a statement saying the situation on the korean peninsula is highly sensitive and that it hopes all parties involved can stop aggravating each other to avoid escalation. michelle? >> and weijia, we just learned today, investigators for robert mueller special counsel searched the home of president trump's former campaign manager paul manafort. tell us about that? >> reporter: actually, this manart coirmethat archn fo ppened and also saidr manafort has always been very cooperative with the law. of course, he has been the subject of an ongoing investigation into his past political work in ukraine and you're right, now special counsel mueller is looking to see if he is involved in broader investigation into russian ties during the presidential election. manafort has said he has not done anything wrong. >> all right. weijia jang live in washington, dc, thank you. >>> people with loved ones in guam are nervous despite secretary of state rex tillerson urging people to remain calm. kpix 5's neda iranpour spoke with a popular baker from guam here in the bay ar
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Jan 4, 2016 12:00pm PST
to china. we saw a big plunge in china's main stock exchange, the shanghai. china's economy has been slowing down for some time now. that sent a wave of selling triggering new circuit breakers in china which were just put into effect a month ago in order to calm down the markets after china saw that big selloff last summer who i hit u.s. stockses too. analysts say it might have created papically selling and china took a lun plunge and we saw the dominoes take a dive. increased tensions between iran and saudi arabia, not helping at all. frank? >> thank you, jason. >>> a developing story now in the north bay. a prominent politician's relative is found dead on a boat on christmas day. today, the same vessel sinks. jackie ward has the latest on the investigation. >> excuse me. this is rough. >> reporter: on christmas morning, gregory johnson found his best friend identified by the coroner as jennifer newsom dead on her boat. she's the cousin of gavin newsom. >> i heard last night this bang and it was just -- it was unusual. >> reporter: this happened around 4:45 this morning. no one was
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Jul 5, 2017 12:00pm PDT
nuclear armed north korea. president trump has pushed china to intervene with economic pressure on north korea. but to no avail. the president fired off a tweet this morning pointing out china has increased trade with pyongyang and added, so much for china working with us. but we had to give it a try. china and russia say they opposed any attempt to resolve the crisis by force. and have proposed the u.s. and south korea end joint exercises in the region in exchange for the north's suspending weapons tests. the u.n. security council is holding an emergency meeting this afternoon. but russia and china have veto power making new sanctions against north korea unlikely. weijia jang, cbs news, the white house. >>> president trump will also discuss the issue directly with chinese president ping and russian president vladimir putin friday at the start of the g20 summit. >>> four workers are recovering after getting stuck in an elevator more than 200 feet underground in brooklyn. firefighters used a harness to lift them up to elevator shaft to safety. no word on the cause. >>> in new york a polic
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president. >>> today china's ruling communist party says it's putting an end to the controversial one child only policy and will now law couples to have only two children. it was implemented in 1980 to slow population growth. it was relaxed in 2013. china says today's change is a pro-active response to the issue of an aging population. right now population is 1.3 billion. >>> another whoops for apple. why many people are sounding the alarm today after an update caused them to oversleep. >> more trick than treat. the fight over a popular haunted house in the east bay. now a compromise. >> we should all have the opportunity to run for president. >> good. all of us, each and every one of us. we have stellar conditions, blue skies, check this out. and stay with us. i'll have your complete weather report as the news continues right here on kpix 5. ,,,, here at humana, we value sticking with things. when something works, people stick with it. more people stick with humana medicare advantage. because we stick with them. humana medicare advantage. the plan people stick with. out how a 175- mi
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. he says that's why he hasn't labeled china as a currency manipulator which he promised to do during the presidential campaign. >> what am i going to do? start a trade war with china in the million-dollar of him working on a bigger problem, frankly, with -- in the middle of him work on a bigger problem, frankly, with north korea? >> reporter: this afternoon president trump will sign an executive order to discourage companies from hiring low wage foreign workers. >> china released trade data last week showing it has increased trade with north korea by nearly 40% this year. >>> the trump administration is vowing to crack down on violent gangs. attorney general jeff sessions held a meeting this morning with several federal law enforcement officials to discuss ways to combat organized crime. the attorney general blasted sanctuary cities and said tougher enforcement of immigration and border crimes will curb gang activity. >> let me add, sanctuary cities dangerously undermine this process. harboring criminal aliens only helps violent gangs like ms-13. >> sessions also accused sanctuary ci
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customer data on to state-owned servers. apple says the data is encrypted. observers say china would not tolerate complete end-to-end encryption and is watching the back door battle in the u.s. closely. if you hear they are being a hypocrite in china would you pressure the company on that? >> i don't want to respond to hear say. i'll pursue what you just said but we should not be hypocrites anywhere. we should take the position human rights, human beings, measure human rights by one yardstick. >> reporter: the class question of the day to tim cook, is the company working on an electric vehicle? his response, you know that feeling you got as a kid on christmas eve? well, it's going to be christmas eve for a while. in cupertino, kiet do, kpix 5. >> that's a little cryptic. apple submitted legal documents yesterday challenging the court order to help the fbi unlock that iphone. >>> now to the race for the white house. donald trump got a big-time endorsement today. >> when you look at who is remaining on that stage, there's no question that this is the person who will go to washington, dc an
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asad regime. craig boswell, cbs news, capitol hill. >>> china's president told president donald trump he is willing to coordinate with the u.s. on ending north korea's north -- nuclear weapons program. the two leaders spoke on the phone. meanwhile, a u.s. navy strike group has been rerouted to the caribbean peninsula. china's ministry released a statement saying it will hold the u.s. accountable for the catastrophic consequences to be entailed by its outrageous actions. >>> press secretary sean spicer is apologizing for an insensitive remark about the holocaust. >> i used an inappropriate and insensitive reference to the holocaust for which there is no comparison, and for that i apologize. it was a mistake to do that. >> reporter: the comments sparked an immediate backlash because of course hitler sent many -- millions of juice to the gas chambers. it came as spicer talked about the syrian chemical weapons attack last week. >> you have someone as despicable as hitler who didn't even think to using chemical weapons. >> spicer also said it's disappointing because he believes he let the
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. >> reporter: it's journey began in china a few weeks ago. it was docked recently in los angeles before starting to oakland. few ports in the united states can handle such a vessel. oakland has invested millions in dredging and upgrading terminals to manage container ships this big, offering hope for more economic growth. >> it's really going to bring a lot of jobs to the bay area because you just have a lot more containers you know. so it's going to be good for the port of oakland. it's going to be good for the bay area and everybody. >> reporter: port officials say the vessel got there safely to the port of oakland, where it will stay until sunday afternoon or monday morning. from fort point, jackie ward, kpix 5. >> it's a quarter mile long and can carry 18,000 contain terps. it's operated by a company in france. they plan to use it in regular service connecting china with the west coast. >>> the super bowl still 38 days away but a battle on the field is already raging. a south bay youth soccer field is suing the nfl. cate caugiran reports. >> reporter: there was an outpouring of supp
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site created a man made earthquake felt in china and russia. investigators believes it was ten times more powerful than north korea's last nuclear test and stronger than the bomb that the united states -- the trump administration is again warning north korean jung un to stop his country's nuclear -- >> any threat to the united states or our allies will be met with a massive military response. >> enough is enough. >> in today's emergency meeting, u.n. ambassador hailey argued for the toughest sanctions possible. >> war is never something the united states want. we don't want it now. but our country's patience is not unlimited. >> president trump has threatened to stop trading with any country that does business with north korea. mola lenghi, cbs news, washington. >>> switzerland is trying to help mediate the crisis. jung un studied there and the country has a history of hosting international dialogue effort. >>> president trump will announce tomorrow he's ending daca. the deferred action for child hood arrival -- many brought to this country -- they said if he doesn't end daca tomorro
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% increase in call volume. >>> global stocks have recovered despite a big downgrade for china. moody's cut its debt rating for the first time in 30 years with concerns over growing debt. china will have to borrow more to maintain the levels of economic growth the government wants. >>> looking at the financial markets right now on wall street, the dow is up 47 points. >>> graco has issued a recall. more than 25,000 car seats are recalled due to reports that the harness webbing can break in a crash and may not keep children restrained. documents posted by the national highway traffic safety administration claim that graco traced the problem to a single batch of my ride 65 convertible seats made on july 22, 2014. the famous baby brand says it will provide a replacement harness free. >>> ipads are helping blind students to learn and interact. kenneth craig shows us how. >> reporter: at one of the oldest schools for the blind in the u.s., nearly 300 students are learning to see the world in a whole new way. each one has his own ipad even though almost all of them are visually impaired and s
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conference in china. he says others will fill the gap. >> not on the right track yet and i want to state that very clearly. the world is not doing enough. >> reporter: the next step is to get other counties on board. they'll ask staff members to make calls to see if they can form a coalition with a similar resolution. >>> charter schools in livermore will be closing because the charter school company can't afford to keep the doors open. the district agreed to keep them open for a few more days. livermore valley charter school closes tomorrow. and livermore valley prep closes on thursday. exams will be given this week instead of next. >>> a woman was killed in a freak accident in a golf cart and the man driving is in jail. it happened in a private olive orchard near the town of wallace. she went flying off the golf cart and fell on broken glass from a wine glass she had been holding. and her companion, richard clark, has been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. >>> the palo alto school board is taking on sex education. they've been protesting the curriculum saying that i
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in college came true. he went on a mission trip in china to play local teams and put on clinics for kids. they had many opportunities to share their faith. this type of mentoring is something that mike enjoyed and he was good at it. both his boys have picked up his love of the game of basketball and diana and i have had the joy of watching mike coast their team in gilroy. if you guys have young kids and you have a chance to get your kids into upper basketball, you will not regret that experience. mike has continued playing weekly with officers who love to play in one year he played on the police olympics. that was an awesome thing to watch. recently, you may have seen an article in the mercury news how the warriors organization, after hearing that mike was a lifelong warriors fan, stepped up and gave april warriors fan, stepped up and gave april 4 tickets to -- attend game seven of the nba finals. we are so amazed and astonished and were jumping for joy. what a wonderful gesture. we will never forget that experience. even though you did not win. [ laughter ] mike's family are avid o
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while china was hosting the g20. >> reporter: president obama will next try to repair the rift with laos where residents are still dying from bombs from the u.s. during the vietnam war. margaret brannon, laos. >>> today lawmakers are returning to work and on their "to do" list a bill to fund the federal response to zika. cdc director thomas frieden says they are almost out of money to kill the mosquitoes and find a vaccine. president obama asked congress in february for $1.9 billion in emergency money. legislation to partially pay collapsed in july. meantime a controversy is growing over the safest way to fight the virus in florida. miami is using specialized trucks today for the first time to kill mosquitoes carrying zika. they are spraying what's being called an environmentally friendly organic bacteria called bti. >> it attacks the larva of the mosquito getting into the gut to make it so they can't process food and they can't develop. >> the mayor of miami-dade county says the chemical has proven to be effective but critics say it's not strong enough and they need heavier chemica
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Oct 2, 2015 12:00pm PDT
demanded the passwords as he got off a flight from china. he said the same thing happened in sacramento. he thinks he is being targeted for some reason. >>> some victims of the "valley fire" have come home to more than just fire and smoke damage. the lake county sheriff's office says at least 14 homes have been looted. six people have been arrested but deputies say the numbers could climb. and the "butte fire" in calaveras and amador counties is contained. it burned more than 70,000 acres and destroyed 475 homes and also is blamed for two deaths. >>> a piece of the old bay bridge to be imploded. why caltrans says explosives are the best way. >> and while california conserves, one homeowner guzzles water by the truckload. how much they used in a year coming up. >> temperatures up 5 to 10 degrees for highs today. sunny and warm this afternoon. sunny and warm this afternoon. but changes are on,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> in afghanistan, the crash of a military transport plane is not the result of enemy fire. military authorities say the plane went down at an airbase in afghanistan killing
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. they met in the white house rose garden and greeted spectators. china says it will commit $3.1 billion to help developing countries reduce carbon emissions. >>> today california regulators are set to restore rules requiring an even bigger cut on fuel emissions. that could end up costing you cash. kpix 5 reporter kiet do explains the new regulations. >>> reporter: later today the california air resources board is set to vote and very likely pass some new fuel standards that have the oil companies grumbling. but governor brown says he does not care. he says we are moving forward and doing this. if it passes, it will likely be the first in the country requiring a 10% cut in carbon emissions on transportation fuel sold in california. now, the 10% cuss must happen by 2020. here's the rub to the oil industry. not only does the cut have to happen with the fuel but applies to the factories and the oil rigs. this 10% cut even applies to the tanker trucks used to deliver the fuel to gas stations everywhere. it's dub the as a cut that applies -- it's dubbed as a cut that applies from the
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are still seeing lagging growth in places like europe, japan, and now china. >> today president obama called on congress to raise the minimum wage simplify the tax code and pass new trade agreements. >>> still ahead, a show in the sky. the latest mission from spacex. >> a warning about medical apps on your smartphone. what doctors say you need to know before you download. >> and we continue to track the rain over the bay area right now. your full forecast with roberta is coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, they say he may be >>> this just in. maryland police have arrested a suspect in a deadly shooting in the suburbs of d.c. they say that he may be responsible for a series of crimes including shootings at a mall and a grocery store this morning. authorities say that a woman died at a grocery store. one man died and two others were hurt at a mall a few miles away. police say there's no reason to believe that the victims knew the shooter. >>> a spacex falcon 9 rocket roared to life and took off from cape canaveral, florida this morning. it lit up the sky with a streak of fiery exhaust. it b
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president was asked about it on his trip to china. he admits to not knowing much about the controversy but says that he supports kaerpernick's rights. >> if nothing else, what he has done is he has generated, you know, more conversation around some topics that need to be talked about. >> kaerpernick's protests have spurred outrage from the sant clare police union and threatened to boycott workers 49ers game but the quarterback is also getting a lot of support. >>> one of his supporters is u.s. soccer star megan rapino. she took a knee during the national anthem at the seattle rains game against the chicago red stars. she says it was an intentional nod to kaepernick and everything he stands for and thinks the way he has been treated over the controversy is disgusting. >>> to politics now and the race for the white house. the election is 63 days away. and labor day is traditionally the time when presidential campaigns kick into high gear. as mark albert shows us, both candidates are courting voters in the battle ground state of ohio today. >> vice president joe biden and tim kaine kicked
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from around the world has been negative. china the biggest polluter on the planet called the u.s. withdrawal reckless. and said america's quote selfishness and irresponsibility would hurt its global standing. and listen to what france's president had to say. >> it is an actual mistake both for the u.s. and for our planet. >> the leaders of germany, france and italy issued a rare joint statement calling the paris accord irreversible and stating it cannot be renegotiated. that was a blunt rejection of president trump's assertion that he will eventually negotiate a better deal for the united states. >>> new at noon police in manchester england just released new images of the concert bomber. they show salman abedi walking around the city with a blue suitcase prior to the attack. police are hoping to piece together abedi's final preparations before the bombing at manchester arena. >>> death toll from yesterday's attack a philippines casino is 36. it started when a gunman burst into the casino and poured gasoline on the gaming tables and set them on fire. he then stole more than $2 mil
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an indicator that demand is not so strong. in particular, coming from china. that's been one of the other big factors in the stock market plunge. not a whole lot of good news out there. the stock market off to its worst ever start for a new year, january on pace to be one of the worst januaries ever in the stock market's history. michelle. >> it seems like it. kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks, thank you. >>> the investigation into what caused yesterday's deadly greyhound bus crash in san jose is just beginning. kpix 5 reporter kiet do has the latest from gilroy where the manage long distance bus was towed. kiet. >> reporter: good afternoon. we're live here at the towing company on monterey highway in gilroy where in just the past half-hour, about a dozen state and federal investigators have arrived on scene. they tell us they will have an update at 2 p.m. here at the scene later today. in the meantime the coroner has also released the name of the second victim. her name is maria ortiz velazquez, 76 years old from salinas. now sits in the tow yard in gilroy, the focus of
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. it's a tough monday. look at that. wall street down 300 points, problems in china creating havoc on wall street. >>> the bearish stock market has home sales -- the pending home sale index fell 1.5% over concerns and losses on wall street. and the global economy. would be buyers skittish to dive in. homes in escrow down in every region of the u.s. in august except the west where we actually had some mild gains. >>> whole foods will soon feel a little less whole. they announced plans to cut 1500 jobs over the next eight weeks. whole foods says the decision is part of the strategy to lower prices for customers. the company was hurt by bad publicity and new york city officials found they were overcharges customers. >>> burger king debuts a black bun just in time for ,, ,, are you still waiting to change your bath tub? not any more. when i finally did it, it changed everything! only bath fitter can give you the new tub you've been waiting for, in as little as one day. with their unique tub over tub process. isn't that amazing! bath fitter will measure and make you a new custom bathtub th
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last year. david letterman often had mr. trump as a guest on his show. >> [ indiscernible china. >> reporter: in an interview he said he would have treated trump differently than fallon. i can only tell you what i would have done in that situation. i would have gone to work on trump. >> obamacare is a disaster and i actually do have a replacement plan, okay? >> reporter: "saturday night live" has been especially hard on the president. >> it's called the affordable care act. >> reporter: prompting him to call it, quote, unwatchable. >> bad boys, what you gonna do? >> reporter: but it's february 11 show lampooning in trump and his top aide. >> not going to be ignored. >> reporter: kellyanne conway and sean spicer. >> 80% of the people in chicago have been murdered!!! and are dead!! >> reporter: with snls most watched episode in six years. [ screaming ] >> conservatives will say that these shows are a liberal bias because of their treatment of our president and in the past george w. bush. they also love to ridicule bill and hill. and after all, they are democrats. from inside the e
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airport. air chinatownsed it's starting new -- china announced it's starting new nonstop flights from san jose to shanghai. the first flight from sjp departs in a few minutes. >>> it's not even labor day yet and walmart has its eyes on christmas. they are opening their layaway program tomorrow. it's also out with its list of the 25 hottest toys for the holidays picked by kids. it includes a teenage mutant ninja turtle, remote control, and disney princess carriage. >> i want one. >> i bet do you! >> and the remote control. >> why does that not surprise me? >>> you know what i want for christmas? anything but coal. >> okay. >> okay? because that's all i been getting the last couple of christmases. >> that's what we were planning to send you. [ laughter ] >> hi, everybody. good afternoon! let's head to the coast. i was just trying to dial this up. i wanted to see if we have had any break in the cloud cover. it looks like the marine layer is still quite deep at 1,000 feet. a lot of condensation. we have drizzle. temperatures now 50s, 60s and 70s. it's a cool afternoon in san francisco. wh
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