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Mar 11, 2014 5:00pm PDT
san francisco. a fire that's raging right now. this is in the china basin area. not too far from at&t from the ballpark. you can see fully engulfed building. this building is under construction. it's located on 4th street. lots of smoke, lots of flames. t right in that 4th street and brannon corridor, so it's west of at&t park. this point, we don't know what started the fire, but we know there are a lot of firefighters, a lot of engines on the scene trying to get a handle on this. other issue today, very, very windy. so this is not helping firefighters right now. what kind of a building? looks like it might be a -- building. we don't know at this point anymore, but we know the building is under construction and at some point, something fueled this raging fire. right now, it's engulfed about at least four floors of this. very, very heavy firefighter presence on it, so we're try in to find out more information for you, but again, bin wynn di day, bad day to have a fire and a lot of those flames, we're going to check to see which way those winds are moving. >>> it's no longer the stuff
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Dec 14, 2013 5:30pm PST
problems on the road and in the air. >>> moon mission. celebrating at mission control as china becomes the third to land a spacecraft on a lunar surface. >>> the outrage. is being rich a defense against killing four people? the novel argument that kept a teenage drunk driver out of jail. >>> and in her honor, remembering a young victim of newtown by building a safe place for the creatures she loved. >>> from nbc news world headquarters in new york, this is "nbc nightly news" with lester holt. >> good evening on this, the one-year anniversary of the newtown school massacre. we're learning details of the latest act of school gun violence. this one yesterday in a denver suburb that left a teenage girl badly wounded and the shooter, a fellow student, dead. police say it all happened in just a minute, 20 seconds. 18-year-old karl pierson marched into his school with a shotgun, a machete, and molotov cocktails apparently prepared to take many lives in what may have been conceived as an act of revenge. but officials say there are no indications pierson timed his actions to coincide with the newto
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May 10, 2015 5:00pm PDT
reported they were made in china but we have learned some were also made in the usa. investigative reporter randy mack has more. >> reporter: for henry and lin alvarez, these aren't dogs or even pets. they call them their fur babies. but the truth is the couple wouldn't have either animal if their first dog kingsly had n't died. >> we basically had to watch him die hour by hour. >> reporter: henry bought kingsly a bag of treats made in china. >> i only gave him one treat and it was wednesday night and he started feeling sick by i would say noon the next day. >> hear throwing up or broody diarrhea. >> reporter: by friday evening -- >> he had a complete system collapse. >> we watched him die and it was tragic. really the words to describe it. >> reporter: they say the vet ruled kingsly cause of death is kidney failure, one of many symptoms in fda warnings back to 2007 regarding the dangers of feeding pets checken, duck or sweet potato jerky treats. >> we know that the illnesses and deaths reported are mostly linked to jerky pet treats with ingredients of china. >> reporter: the food
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Feb 17, 2015 5:00pm PST
first nonstop flight to china. i'm scott budman coming to you live at san jose national airport. do you know the way to beijing? >>> also, how about a trip to mars? the bay area travelers planning for an out of this world trip tonight. >>> plus -- >> okay i have all these restaurants and we've been very successful but if we don't improve the quality of life of someone, i mean i don't think it really matters. >> chicken and waffles with a side of second chances. the restauranteur whose hiring philosophy makes us "bay area proud." >>> and good afternoon. i'm meteorologist jeff ranieri. cloudy and overcast conditions right now in san jose and just 58 degrees. we're tracking that fog forecast. we'll have details on what this means for wednesday in just a few minutes. >>> then at 6:00 a fiery train crash back east has critics in the bay area saying we told you so. how they hope to use this video to stop a plan to transport toxic cargo to a south bay neighborhood. >> most people don't know it's happening. >> that's new at 6:00. >>> traveling from the south bay to china just got easier. st
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Jul 5, 2017 5:00pm PDT
evening. it's the first leg of his g20 summit trip. he's expected to meet with leaders from china and russia, but the summit may be overshadowed by the north korean missile test. nbc's edward lawrence joins us live from washington with the latest. edward. >> reporter: good evening, janelle. exactly, right now president donald trump is in warsaw, poland. experts say that the sliz yvisue meant to show our nato allies that we stand with them in the face of growing internal issues. poland rolled out the red carpet for president donald trump this evening for his first presidential visit to the nato ally. meanwhile u.n. ambassador nikki haley made a veiled threat towards china during an emergency security council meeting. she says countries that trade with north korea, which launched an intercontinental ballistic missile july 4th cannot trade with the u.s. >> such countries would also like to continue their trade arrangements with the united states. that's not going to happen. our attitude on trade changes when countries do not take international security threats seriously. >> reporter: pre
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Sep 25, 2015 5:00pm PDT
surrounding at&t park, not so happy. christie smith is there in china basin. we might be getting a little old here. hope you have earplugs for this. >> it's been a long time coming for fans of ac/dc and they're ready for a big, big show tonight in san francisco. as you said, somenerics say when these concerts happen, it gets too loud. others say they plan to go out and enjoy it. the co-promoter recognizes the issues and say they have a plan. >> at at&t park, the show may still be hours away, but the fans are already arriving. >> drove 14 hours straight. >> to hear ac/dc hits like back in black. brad and his son are from yo arizona and were surprised to hear any concerns about noise from the park. >> never too loud. >> they just have to get used to it. they're not going to slow down. they're loud. that's who they are. >> it was loud. >> in nearby petrero hill, neighbors say they can hear the concerts clearly, like billy joel earlier this month. >> some people are probably maybe annoyed. i'm glad that they are far and in between. if it was an everyday occurrence, we might have some problems
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Apr 6, 2017 5:00pm PDT
power. >> reporter: now that she is out, prosecutors say it is likely she'll run to china where she has family and wealth and comfort waiting for her but her attorneys disagree with that assessment saying she will not run. >> the question is whether she is uniquely any more of a flight risk than any other of the thousands of people that are released on bail in this country every day. it is our position she's not. >> reporter: and there are conditions on this bail. she will have to give up her passport and wear an ankle bracelet. she's due back in court in september. live in redwood city, rick boone, nbc bay area news. >> quite the scene. thanks, rick. >>> the widow of the orlando nightclub gunman is no longer in the bay area. she left the santa rita jail in dublin in the custody of u.s. marshals. we told you yesterday that she would be extradited to florida. she is cused of -- accused of aiding and abetting her husband. she came to the east bay to stay with family in rodeo after the shooting. >>> the first break in 19 years, tonight charges have been filed in one of the biggest cold
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Mar 8, 2015 5:30pm PDT
make a comeback. ian williams travelled to china for a look at the panda baby boom. >> reporter: at last some good news for china's endangered giant pandas. beloved all over the world, the number in the wild increasing by one-sixth over the last decade. >> the results are great because it's drawing more attention and positive about pandas. >> reporter: they spent three years counting pandas covering nearly 12 million acres. they followed tracks and collected evidence from camera traps, concluding 1,864 pandas remain in the wild. there are also a record 375 now in captive breeding programs. who can forget this famous trio. the world's only known surviving panda triplets born last summer. i got to meet the adorable cubs when they were just two months old. last year 23 cubs were born most being raised in this facility where we joined them for an afternoon snack. most of the pandas in this kindergarten area are between a year and a year and a half old. and they have an enormous appetite. >> reporter: the opportunity to be a volunteer panda keeper has brought people from around the world
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Nov 17, 2014 5:00pm PST
49ers great jerry race. he's on a mission in china. why the nfl sent him there next. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] follow your joy to a celebration like no other. start your new orleans holiday at followyournola.com. >>> dea agents raiding nfl teams, including the 49ers. how head coach jim harbaugh's responding to the search for pain killers. >>> speaking of the 49ers, a legend jerry rice is back on the football field in china. >> good job, good job. >> although he made his name as a wide receiver, rice was the quarterback at the beijing university practice clinic. the nfl has been promoting itself in china since 2007. now that it has some 14 million fans there, it drafted one of its fourth biggest legends to personalize the outreach. rice watched two tryout games for china's flag football league. >>> on our broadcast tonight, state of emergency. fearing a new explosion of violence in ferguson. tonight, the governor of missouri activates the national guard with that grand jury decision expected at any time. >>> brutal killing, the latest american beheaded by isis. but this time did the
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Jul 14, 2012 5:00pm PDT
at 6:00. >>> and coming up next at 5:00, a rec recration center in china town is honoring the victim of a september 11 attack who some say was a hero that day. we'll have her story. >>> and we'll introduce you to two more olympians with bay area ties headed to london. >>> and good evening from the weather center this evening. i'm anthony slaughter, we're looking at temperatures warming quite a bit. some of the warmest areas were in the 80s in the south and east bay. and tomorrow will be much more of the same, the east bay will be in the mid-80s. we'll tell you about it. >>> a bay area flight attendant is being honored today for her heroic acts during the september 11th terrorist attacks. hundreds of people gathered in san francisco's china town neighborhood for the reopening of the betty ann ong recreation center, it was completely rebuilt undergoing a $20 million renovation department. mayor ed lee said today is a celebration. >> it's the celebration of our community, but it is also the reason why we all agree to name this betty ann ong rec center was because it is part of the histo
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Mar 20, 2016 5:00pm PDT
meeting during his trip to china. yesterday he met with china's propaganda chief in beijing. the meeting comes as china is increasingly cracking down on internet use. facebook and other social media sites are banned in china. china's propaganda chief said he hopes facebook and chinese tech companies can work together to share technology to improve the internet. >> interesting. >>> pope francis said palm sunday mass in st. peter's square. it began with a procession through the crowd. cardinals, priests and rank and file catholics walked in remembrance of jesus in jerusalem. in his homily, the pope lamented what he called the indifference of those avoiding the reality of the refugee crisis in europe. >>> a live look outside on this sunday evening. a storm moving into the bay area. meteorologist anthony slaughter is here now. i see a little bit of wind but not much and a whole lot of clouds. >> yeah, lots of clouds. we'll continue to see showers moving through the overnight hours. the rain will be with us moving towards tomorrow as well. temperatures staying cool. into the mid 60s. the show
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Sep 17, 2012 5:00pm PDT
continue tonight. president obama is in ohio on the attack against china's trade policies that he says harms u.s. auto workers. and gop candidate mitt romney talked about how he could improve the economy and add 12 million new jobs. nbc bay area's steve handelsman is live in washington with the very latest for us. good evening, steve. >> reporter: hi, janelle. thanks. mitt romney trying to change things up a bit, because frankly, he can look at the calendar. he can look at the polls and see time might be rung out for him in places like florida and virginia and ohio. trailing in state, he needs to win. with conflict reported inside his campaign, mitt romney tried something new, more specific. >> and i'll pursue a 5% cut in nonsecurity discretionary spending on my first day in office, eliminating programs that are not absolutely essential, and also cutting subsidies for things like amtrak and corporation for public broadcasting. >> reporter: romney denied disarray in his headquarters. in an interview with telemundo's jose diaz bellart to air on noticiero. >> these stories take aye away f
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Aug 30, 2011 5:00pm PDT
. there's also evidence from china and vietnam that the bird flu virus can resist vaccines. a u.n. expert warns of a flare-up of bird flu this fall and winter, especially among countries that were never completely rid of the virus like egypt, china, and india. >>> a new study out of u.c. berkeley shows that pregnant women exposed to high levels of flame-retardant chemicals may have lower birth weight babies. the chemicals are commonly found in foam furniture, baby product, carpet padding, and dust. they were phased out in 2004, but chemicals can still be found in older furniture. the study took blood sample was nearly 300 women and found a ten-fold increase in the level of retardants, the babies weighed four owns less at birth. researchers say using a wet mop to clean and washing hands frequently can reduce exposure. >>> okay, let's bring back in our meteorologist, rob mayeda, and talking to my sister in manhattan the other day, she says, "i'm so upset with california. everything is so perfect where you are." >> yeah. it's chamber of commerce weather around the bay area. gorgeous. how abo
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Mar 22, 2015 5:00pm PDT
decades ago in china. she was two years alleged when japan invade china. her parents fled for malaysia but left her and her sister behind with her grandmother. >> during that time i did not receive any money or letter from my parents. >> reporter: during the occupation her sister disappeared one day and never returned. several years later her grandmother died. she was 11 years old, living poor and alone. >> i living alone. >> reporter: meanwhile, her parents went on to have more children. >> never thought they could not bring me there. >> reporter: the years rolled by the only contact with her family were occasional letters. >> that was the only correspondence she ever had, maybe a dozen letters. >> reporter: following a rough childhood she married young and had her own children. it wasn't until 1965 she saw her mother again in china. >> after that did not see any more. >> reporter: the letters stopped. her parents died around 1980. and she lost contact with the siblings she had never met. >> she couldn't finds her siblings nimpl. >> reporter: chen moved to san francisco after her husb
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Feb 14, 2012 5:00pm PST
played good cop bad cop with the man expected the next leader of china. the president talked prosperity and responsibility with vice president xi. vice president biden and secretary of state hillary clinton publicly pressured the chinese vice president on areas that have undermined u.s./china relations from the currency to theft of intellectual property. >> cooperation as you and i have spoke any bon about can be mutu beneficial if the game is fair. >> of course there is always room for improvement when it comes to human rights. >> in addition, to washington and los angeles, china's vice president will visit iowa where he once spent time on a cultural exchange in 1985. >> president obama's next road trip will be to california. including a san francisco fund raiser on thursday to be attended by singer al green. that's raising hopes for a possible duet. ♪ i'm so in love with you >> you may remember that from a couple weeks ago. it went viral the fund raiser at a private home. guests will pay $38,000 to attend. the menu, roast chicken and squash puree. the president will speak, and perfo
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Jan 22, 2015 5:00pm PST
south china. service could start at san jose international airport. they want to schedule five direct flights to beijing. clearance to san jose to their roster expected. flights could begin as early as june. >> time to bring in our chief meteorologist jeff ranieri. spf 30 is that your recommendation? >> yes. look at the bottom of your screen, saturday and sunday well above average conditions. we have the storm track very close. also rain fall but it will stay way off to the north over the next 72 hours. so really our main concern right now continuing to be at our local beaches, over the next 24 hours we're going to see wave hikes increase. only four foot waves but a high surf advisory on the entire coastline as you can see 12 foot waves. even as temperatures warm up at the coastline, you want to be careful if you decide to dip your toes in that water. as you look outside right now, sky camera network, temperatures in the 50s. relatively clear skies across the south bay. it is drk on our cameras but once again we're not seeing any thick cloud cover. a big thing as we head throughout to
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Sep 20, 2014 5:00pm PDT
china turned it into a competition. we'll give you an up close and personal look coming up. >>> the u.s. military carried out more air strikes against isis today. one destroyed an isis both. another four strikes took place. they reportedly destroyed two isis vehicles and check posts. thousands of syrians are fleeing across the border into turkey. isis began a major push on tuesday. turkey's deputy prime minister says 45,000 syrians have fled into his country just since friday. >>> an investigation is underway tonight into how a man scaled a fence outside the white house and get in. many are wondering how the man got so far in what is supposed to be the most secure place in america. >> reporter: secret service agents looked for anything that an intruder may have left behind after he made it all the way to the front door of the white house. dramatic video shows the man running towards the white house after scaling the fence that encloses the president's residence. officers urged the crowd back. a man called omar gonzales from texas was tackled. the man was unarmed and was taken to the
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Sep 3, 2017 5:00pm PDT
newsroom with more. >> reporter: the president once again also chastized china for not putting more pressure on north korea to end its nuclear test and left open the possibility for a military response against north korea. china is the country's largest trading partner by far and could force kim jong-un to choose between an economy that would nosedive or the country's nuclear program. when questioned whether he would attack north korea, president trump just said we'll see and later said the country is a great threat and an embarrassment to china. north korea immediately claimed a major step forward in its nuclear program, although experts have not confirmed it was a hydrogen bomb but it was definitely powerful. >> we don't know fo characteris of this weapon were, what the warhead looked like inside but they have significantly boosted the yield of their nuclear explosives. >> reporter: the white house says previous u.n. sanctions did not slow north korea's nuclear build-up and the u.s. treasury secretary has drafted a measure that would force countries to choose between doing busines
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Aug 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
. the significance behind a game of table tennis in china town. it's a tradition that's been taking place for years. coming together to combat hate. relgious and city leaders gathering in san jose... to urge >>> coming together to combat hate. religious and city leaders gathering in san jose to urge calm. faith leaders joining with the mayor and police chief to express solidarity following last week's violence in charlottesville. the group vowed to work together to fight against racism. >> we know that this is a difficult time and a very divided country. and faith is needed. we needily our own faith, our faith in each other as well to come together. and so i think it's appropriate that religious leaders come together with civil leaders to show a nighted front against intolerance, against racism and against violence. >> the event started at 4:00 this afternoon and could still be going on at the emmanuel baptist church in san jose. >>> an ugly scene in canada as an anti-racism protest turned violent. two different demonstrations were planned. one opposed to racism and fascism. the ant
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Apr 10, 2013 5:00pm PDT
working hard to court chinese investors, hosting chinese visitors, traveling to china and her hard work appears to be paying off. governor jerry brown, in china himself right now, has announced a $1.5 billion investment partnership between the california-based developer and a china-based investor, that will bring 3,100 new housing units, 200 square feet of retail space, and create thousands of jobs adjacent to jack london square. >> that is going to be one of the nicest new housing projects in oakland. you're going to be right on the estuary. you could paddle over to layer merit if you wanted if you're on the estuary. it is a gorgeous site. >> reporter: signature development group of oakland is teaming up with the beijing-based company to make it happen, a project that's getting praise, not just in oakland but across the bay area. >> the people that are going to be working on this project, that are going to be employed at the businesses there, are going to come from oakland, from around the region. >> reporter: oakland city leaders say this is just the start. they say there are talks un
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Dec 30, 2011 5:00pm PST
words in the new year. the slang one group says we can do without in 2012. >>> a mother in china does the unthinkable. under investigation.band are >>> china's very own octomom is under investigation by the government. they have an official one child policy so citizens were shocked when they heard about one family with eight babies. they hired two surrogate mothers to give birth to the kids and the use of birth surrogates is illegal. they have four boys and four girls. the story is so unheard of in china, many citizens still don't believe it. >>> one university thinks the start of a new year is a good time to ditch some annoying phrases. michigan lake superior state university put out its list of unusual words it thinks should be banished. occupy, man cave, ginormous, along with a celebrity magazine favorite, baby bump. also, amazing. did i say that right? i've been practicing, number one on this year's list because the university says it's so overused. >> i'm not giving up ginormous. i love that word. >>> when we compete back, anotheles ibr e is calling it quits. it's ginormous news.
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Jun 5, 2015 5:00pm PDT
targeted the human resources department for the federal government. the fbi is pointing the finger at china. today china denied it. some lawmakers are calling for retaliation and are demanding better security protections for federal computers. come up on nightly news, why experts say it's clear that china is responsible for this act. lester holt joins us at 5:30. >>> federal investigators are decidinging in to the social media activity of boston terror suspect usama rahim. according to his post on facebook being heyou knew as far back at 2012 that he was being watched. boston police and the fbi say they were dealing with apriln imminent threat when they shout and killed rahim. >>> listening beach has reong beach has reopened. a 4 mile stretch was they doed yesterday because of the tar balls that washed ashore. crews in hazardousmat suits have picked up about 55 gallons of the sticky mess enough that the fire inspectors reopened the beach today. the goo will be tested to determine the sour. it could be linked to the oil spill in sants barbara. >>> a colorado p had a harrowing story to tell a
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Dec 19, 2011 5:00pm PST
korean leader kim jong-il. the north korean embassies lowered their flag in respect and china called kim jong-il a great leader and good friend. western countries weren't as kind. many approaching the situation cautiously watching to see if the newest leader taking over will have the backing of the country's military and people. michelle franzen has the latest. >> reporter: his health was in decline but the death of kim jong-il caught the world and the u.s. by surprise. >> the real question now is what comes next? his death was very sudden and it doesn't appear there is a firm plan in place for succession. >> reporter: kim reportedly transferred power to his son 15 months ago. the obama administration says it is watching developments closely to see how north korea's army of more than 1 million adapts to the newest leader. >> we we reiterate our hope for improved relations with the people of north korea and remain deeply concerned about their well-being. >> reporter: the stability is key and stakes are high. >> north korea has nuclear weapons and we're worried about whose hands those may
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Sep 14, 2016 5:00pm PDT
its autopilot software. did it lead to a deadly crash in china? the family of a driver has filed a lawsuit against the palo alto-based car company. tesla said in a statement, it's investigating the crash. however, because of the damage to the vehicle, no logged data was sent to tesla's servers, so as of right now, there is no way of knowing if the autopilot feature was involved. safety concerns surfaced over the autopilot feature in may in florida. that involved a tesla. the feature malfunctioned and killed the driver. >>> a new shipping route will link china and vietnam to oakland while promising new jobs for the bay area. the route starts in november and will likely make weekly stops at the port of oakland. that means an additional 50 vessels annually to the port. port officials say the move could lead to more cargo handling jobs, merchandise, such as clothing and electronic equipment are expected to ship in from china and vietnam, while california produce is expected to be shipped out. >>> and another welcome sight for the port of oakland today. a cargo ship going under the gold
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Jul 13, 2012 5:00pm PDT
actually made in china. even though the berets, blazers, and pants were designed by american company ralph lauren, the clothing was all sewn in china. these interest outfits the athletes will wear for the opening ceremony for the olympics. a spokesman for the u.s. olympic committee says the outrage is nonsense. both democratic and republican lawmakers, however, remain unimpressed, to say the least. >> i can't wait to stay up all night to see as much as possible of them. we take such pride in them. they worked so hard. they represent the very best in there. so excellent. it's all so beautiful. and they should be wearing uniforms that are made in there. >> we did a little research and looked on team usa's website to see where most merchandise is manufactured. nearly three-quarters of all items including clothing, jewelry and accessories is imported. and less than 9% of all the items sold on the site specify they're actually made in the usa. thinking issue is not going away any time soon. find out what the people at ralph lauren are saying. their exclusive answer to the backlash is comi
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May 12, 2017 5:00pm PDT
conference finals against san antonio. >>> well it's a long road trip. sacramento to china. governor brown is packing his bags. he will travel to china next month as part of a week long mission to promote clean energy. the governor will attend international energy conference swell tour areas of the country that pledged to limit global warming china is now outpacing the u.s. in transitioning to killeener energy ours. >>> successful bay area women will be profiled in our next installment of emmy waird winning duplicatory sears bay area refrmgss stanford basketball coach made history this season winning 1 thousandant ngt career game only 13 division one basketball coach to research the nielts. >> it's important to have high goals. and to believe in yourself. and to continue to work be persistent be determined. you know not stubborn in a way that you know if something isn't going to happen then change your course a little bit. >> she is a legend not just a good basketball coach but a peena player. the coach is a among several high profile game changes theresa we profile p. bay area refrlgss aires
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Aug 8, 2016 5:00pm PDT
tour group returns to china. >>> plus, global chaos after a computer glitch for delta airlines' widespread cancellations and delays. the news at 5:00 starts right now. good evening and thanks for joining us. i'm janelle wang. >> and i'm raj mathai. our olympics in just a moment, but let's start with the airport. global gridlock for delta airlines. planes stuck on the tarmac and that means people stuck in the terminals. you can see the parked building there. peggy bunker is live. peggy, what a mess. >> reporter: boy, you can say that again, especially for people that came here last night about 10:00. people in line still saying they're flights are delayed. it depends on where you're flying. we're talking about the third largest airline cancelling almost 700 flights. >> i'm trying to keep it together. >> reporter: delta's atlanta-based power outage kicked in about 11:00 p.m. our time and almost immediately brought the airline to a sudden standstill. traveling with her five-year-old, she's been at ffo since 5:00 last night. >> we got on the tarmac, we were on the plane for four ho
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Aug 24, 2015 5:00pm PDT
trading, as the american market continued to worry about china's rapid fall. >> china is the world's second-largest economy. investors are worried. if china suffers, that we will too. >> reporter: and while investors say they'll stay invested, at >> the fact that we're having an adjustment is just that. >> reporter: and tech stocks like apple and intel came almost all the way back from steep early losses. >> we're very strong part of the u.s. economy and the tech market doesn't stand still. even though we may hit a plato or have a decrease with one product, there is another waiting in the wings. >> reporter: three consecutive days of steep drops mean investors are still concerned about the future. so keep your seatbelt on. >> there is really no free lunch. you're going to suffer some volatility in the stock market. i invite people to think of it like the pain and the soreness you get after you go to the gym. so you're in it for the long run, right? >> reporter: not a bad strategy, it seems, because the short term has been very bumpy. and here's a question we get asked a lot.
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Jan 4, 2016 5:00pm PST
china. concerns about weakness in that country's economy set off a chain reaction of stock selling across the globe, including a steep drop of more than 450 points here in the u.s. right off the bat. >> i think it's more the fact that we had a multi-year run in the stock market. when you have that and lots of people have lots of profits, any time we get a weakness, it's an excuse to sell or take some partial profits. >> silicon valley tech stocks were hit especially hard. possibly because they have moved so far up lately. but by the end of the trading session, apple, the biggest tech stock of them all, had turned positive, and today's losses were trimmed almost in half when the closing bell rang. coming up at 6:00, bay area investors react to the big sell. jessica. >> thank you, scott. >> president obama says he is going to use his oval office power to change gun laws and save lives. >> it's not going to keep every gun out of the hands of a criminal. it will potentially save lives in this country. and spare families the pain and the extraordinary loss that they have suffered. >> ex
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Apr 3, 2013 5:00pm PDT
. >> steve, thank you so much for the update. >>> and governor jerry brown is on his way to china next week hoping to bring billions to new investments for the state. california is china's third largest trading partner. the top exports? computers, electronics and scrap. the governor will encourage tourism and greenhouse gas productions. they will open a privately funded state trade-off in shanghai, as well. >>> and a disturbing video going viral. today, rutger's university firing their basketball coach. the decision came after this video surfaced showing mike rice, physically and verbally abusing his players during practice. in a statement, the university said they did discipline rice when they first discovered the video last fall and forced him to attend anger management. but the video went viral, and angered many in the rutgers community and across the area. his actions shocked the fellow players and coaches. >> it is difficult to watch, certainly. and i hope that the situation there -- a lot of healing must take place with something like that and i hope it does. >> the rutger's athletic
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Sep 28, 2013 5:00pm PDT
. we'll introduce you to the contraption's inventor. >>> plus an amazing opportunity in china today. unbelievable. shhhhh! in our day, we didn't have u-verse high speed internet. yeah, our babysitter didn't have a million ways to serve mom up on a silver platter. we had to count sheep to fall asleep. and i always worried that i was creating an overcrowded sheep farm. in my head... never looked like that farmer took proper care of those sheep. too much? a little. [ male announcer ] connect all your wi-fi-enabled devices with u-verse high speed internet. rethink possible. >>> if you ro wondering what smells so good in the east bay, it's probably the eat real fest in jack london square. organizer call it a combination of state fair, street food festival and block party. that includes lots of local lines and hand crafted beers. this is the event's fifth anniversary. >> yeah, people out, the weather is great, the city is making money and you're exploring new foods. >> if you didn't make it out today, the festival continues until 9:00 tonight and then once again tomorrow through 5:00. tho
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Mar 19, 2017 5:00pm PDT
tillerson met with china's president today as he wrapped up a trip through asia. while few details of the talks have been released, the secretary of state appeared to strike a very cordial tone in bei beijing in contrast to president trump's tough talk. he places a very high value on conversations with china that have taken place recently and that they hope will take place in the future. there are unconfirmed reports of plans for president trump and president xi jinping to meet in florida next month. >>> pope francis spent part of sunday's moss offering his sympathies and prayer for the flood victims in peru. intense rains there and overflowing rivers have sent images like this and more than 70 people have been killed over the past couple of months. the rains have hit peru's northern coast particularly hard. officials say mud slides and flooding there are the worst they've seen in 20 years. >>> and an intense counterterrorism training exercise in london today. take a look at this here as british police in inflatable power boats boarded a river thames cruise boat as part of a simulatio
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Jun 24, 2017 5:00pm PDT
. lowing developing news out of china, where a massive landslide has killed at least fifteen people overnig >>> we are following developing news out of china, where a massive landslide has killed at least 15 people overnight. more than 120 people are missing as huge rocks and dirt came down in southwestern china. amid the horrific loss of life, a remarkable story of survival. a one month old baby and his parents come out alive. as the father was changing the ba baby's diaper, they heard bolders coming towards the house. >>> republicans hoping to pass a replacement bill for obamacare still have a lot of work to do and not much time to do it. senate leadership wants a vote on the new health care bill this coming week, but right now there is not enough support to pass it. nbc chris cologne has the very latest. >> i find myself all of a sudden without insurance health care. >> reporter: this weekend members of congress are getting an earful from constituents about senate republicans plan to repeal and replace obamacare. >> i have been hearing all week from people fearful about losing ac
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Apr 14, 2013 5:00pm PDT
states and china. secretary kerry who's now in japan was earlier in china and had what seemed to be productive meetings. both the u.s. and china appearing to agree to return to diplomacy, to resume negotiations to try to get north korea to give up its nuclear weapons. pyongyang, however, has said it will never give up those weapons. they are vital, it said, for its survival. richard engel, nbc news, seoul. >>> coming up next, the end of an era for one san francisco music store. it's been around for a very long time. what the owner says forced him to give it up. >>> it's the end of the line for one of the oldest commercial piano stores in san francisco. ♪ >> 142 years. the company sold the s.f store to steinway and sons. tone the owner said he decided to sell because it's harder than ever to make a living in the piano business. he blames itunes as well as the -- >> it's iconic. it's a landmark. it's really a big deal when something like that has to go away. >> the high end piano store is expected to officially close its doors in may. it's now trying to sell off more than $3 million
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Mar 16, 2012 5:00pm PDT
talking about apple suppliers in china. scott budman has more. >> it seems there was a lot of drama but not enough journalist. today they retracted a story previously about apple. it's doing so because it used parts of this show. this is a show we brought you excerpts from last november. it's called the agony and ecstasy of steve jobs by daisy. after claiming to seeing certain conditions in china, he's now admitting that he made some of it up. he released a statement saying he stands by his work emphasizing that his medium is drama. what i do is not journalism. the tools of the theater are not the same as the tools of journ lichlt. for this reason, i regret that i allowed this american life to air as excerpt from my monologue. this all comes out on the same day as apple's release of the new ipad. some apple fans got their places in line last night to make sure they can get their hands on the newest device. others waited at home to hire people to pick up ipads for them. >> the hat on my head, the ipad that i'm getting is not exactly for me, they are for people who have hired me through t
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Oct 14, 2011 5:00pm PDT
show. this time in china and tonight the pilot is missing and premiumed dead. this is a chinese air force jet nosediving into a field in china. one of the pilots managed to eject from the cockpit and land safely and his co-pilot appeared to have been trapped inside the plane. it occurred nearly a mile from the nearest spectator and nobody was hurt. >>> you know you stand in a long line, walk through a metal detector, get a pat-down by a tsa agent. now, something new. the newest form of airport security, called the chat-down. tsa officers will ask questions to randomly chosen passengers, focusing on where they're headed, how long they will be gone and the purpose of the trip. the answers aren't all the officers are after. looking for behavioral clues. suspicious travelers will be taken aside for questioning. right now the chat-down is being tested in bons. -- in boston and if successful could goo to other airports. >>> low income parents, 19 graduates from a successful training and half have jobs. many were out of work and even homeless before the program, which is designed to teach
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Aug 23, 2014 5:00pm PDT
from china's sichuan province as part of the celebration. most of the giant pandas live in central china. >>> let's check in with rob mayeda right now. we have a celebration for a warm-up. >> everything outside looks great. for this weekend, seeing temperatures 70s outside. pretty nice over the next couple of days. livermore, notice the numbers dripping a little bit below average for this time of year. then wednesday and thursday, 90s coming back for the tri-valley and areas south of san jose. >> thanks very much. thank you for watching nbc bay area news. "nbc nightly news" is next. and then more local news right here at 6:00. >>> on this saturday night, threat levels. new questions tonight about what kind of threat isis poses to the u.s. as the hunt for james foley's killer intensifies. >>> going to extremes. a record breaking drought is literally changing the landscape in the west. this as triple digit temperatures grip much of the country. >>> in plain sight, the mission to bring healthy food to tens of thousands in need and the creative way it's getting done. >>> and making a d
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Aug 21, 2015 5:00pm PDT
over in china, and with the slow down of the chinese economy, investors are worried about our bottom line. which led to a black friday for your money.l5 for the second day in a row, stocks were clobberede. the dow down 531 points. the market suffering its worst week since the teeth of the 2008 financial crisis. concerns about the chinese economy, coupled with swooning oil prices, led to wall street worries. >> we have all these things converging that are creating a lot of uncertainty right now. and the stock market does not like uncertainty. >> that is mcdonald's. >> reporter: as bay area investors check to the numbers, they saw red. apple, down 6%. netflix, down 7.5%. facebook down 5%.!Ñ but most say they'll hang in there. >> not really worried, honestly. tend to do base investments. >> not panicked. this is just a blip. >> reporter: blip or not, stock watchers say what goes up always comes down, at least temporarily. >> you can't just have a market that keeps going straight up. we had that before, and we all know what happened. >> reporter: yes, we do. so the big question now, wha
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Oct 1, 2016 5:30pm PDT
firefighters in china had their work cut out for them. how they rescued the forecast from really tough spot. my name is steve am an iraq veteran. lowering drug prices. dollars to defeat it. vets" in voting yes on prop 61. am an iraq veteran. lowering drug prices. dollars to defeat it. vets" in voting yes on prop 61.e in. " in voting yes on prop 61.e >>> cats find themselves in a tough place. curious. very curious. no matter the country they're in take a look at the cat in china. got stuck in a pipe. had to be cut out with an electric saw. squlp oh, man. can you imagine that poor little guy. this little cat here in quite a pickle. >> after cutting off a section of the pipe with a saw firefighters gently worked the head back inside the pipe. >> get back. >> once it was free it didn't stick around to say thank you. it dashed off. >> i don't blame him. >> poor guy. thank you so much for choosing nbc bay area news. we have more local news. stay with us. out of their homes for days. today ... many evacuees get the news they've been waiting to hear ... you can go home. ==peggy/2-shot==
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Mar 22, 2014 5:00pm PDT
positive side. reinforcements have arrived, particularly from china. remember, two-thirds of the passengers onboard that missing plane are from china. the chinese have sent three planes, three ships, plus a chinese ice breaker. they are being joined by two planes from japan by an australian warship, a british ship. the numbers involved are expanding. the crews are optimistic that they will find something. the question is, what. overall, the search is not in its third week. so far it has found no evidence of the missing plane. the riddle of that plane remains. nbc news, at the main search base here in perth, western australia. >>> new at 5:00, reports tonight that the california dmv may have been hacked. it appears to have involved online payments for dmv related services from last august 2nd to january 31st of this year. the stolen data includes the card number, expiration date and three-digit security code printed on the back of cards. the exact number of stolen card numbers is not known, though. banks and credit card companies are alerting customers about the compromised cards.
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Apr 11, 2013 5:00pm PDT
boarded a high-speed train today from beijing to shanghai. china's bullet train receives heavy government financing as will california's if it's built. reports indicate that instead of making the trip in 2:40, the trip will likely be an hour longer than that. the report by the reason foundation says as aç result t rail line could lose up to 3$37 million a year. >>> some local heavy hitters will join the big committee for the 2016 super bowl. they want the gang in santa clara. hall of famer quarterback steve young and george seifert are lending their support. both young and seifert were part of the last super bowl victory. coming up in may, the bay area super bowl committee will submit its bid to the owners. >> every argument is to have it here not only once but multiple times. >>> our flash survey tonight, how confident are you that the bay area will win the super bowl bid? call 408-300-9222 or text. text 1 nfor very confident or 2 for sort of or 3 for not at all. >>> another bump in the road in an effort to bring the aid to the city. major league baseball commissioner bud se
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May 15, 2017 5:00pm PDT
virus as corrupted 200,000 systems in 150 countries. china says it's now detect add faster 2.0 version of the virus. the u.s. government is preaching vigilance. >>> bottom line for the consumer is patch your software, provide automated patch support if you can. turn that automated on. >> while visiting china russian vladimir putin dpid any involvement in the attack and blamed u.s. intelligence agencies he blames the cia and nsa for finding vulnerabilities but keeping them secret so they can use them for spying. >>> a dozen car windows smashed in just this one block of upscale san francisco neighborhood. i'm mark matthews in lori pack heights neighbors tell us this this is happening all the time. >>> plus a multimillion dollar bird move there is a new and encouraging move about the fight to save the birds that are called the old bay bridge home. >>> i'm meteorologist jeff ranieri blue sky across walnut creek right now but clouds increasing in half moon bay. sign of things to come. i'll tell but a cooler forecast tuesday and shower chance in less than ten minutes. a tragic loss ,
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Jun 16, 2017 5:00pm PDT
opportunities following the death of dicta&ow fiddle castro. >> china and russia willçó be happy to come and say here you can't -- you can'tko trustok t united states,ê$umq us. and then we're going to have china and russia sitting on our doorste&>r(t&háhp &hc >> the major policy announcement was overshadq owed by a tweet te president seeming to confirm he is personallyz] under the microscopeÑi inq the he russia q%=99ñ tweeting i am being investigated for firing the fbi director by fbi director. witch hunt. that's apparent reference to deputyxd attorney general rodjf rosenstein. >> he is digging himself deep he seemsqxd to be trying to get rosenstein to resign. attorney says the president wasn't confirms he is under investigation. butu expressing frustration at òé leaks toágx the media. and some republicans are now president needs to stop tweeting and talking about the russias7 investigation. senatorq roy blunt from missour get all the sfrakts out and retire let thec investigation run its course.Ñi recording from the white house. >>q thank you edward. >>> doctors aref
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Mar 5, 2012 5:00pm PST
. here's the big winner. a user in china downloaded the 25th billion app and won a gift card. >>> luxury items are losing their preference. super expensive sports cars not for men anymore. when it comes to luxury goods, men and women's shopping patterns are overlapping more than ever. in china, 30% of all ferrari purchases are for women. men are making surprising purchases too. an increase in the number of men buying items like designer shoes and even man bags. designers like jimmy choo and coach are making more luxury items for men and they expect male accessories to be a billion dollar business over the next three to five years. >> a man bag? i'm not going to buy a man bag. >>> up next a new kind of atm that's dispensing something sweeter than cash. >>> we continue to follow our developing news in sacramento at the state capitol. hundreds of students are inside the capitol rotunda and on the steps of the capitol. they are protesting rising tuition for the california and uc state systems in terms of college tuition. it's a big standoff right now. everything so far relatively peaceful. y
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Feb 24, 2012 5:00pm PST
stop using the ipad name in china. now they are coming to the bay area to make their point heard. apple may have an advantage besides home court. proview is in serious debt and could be delisted from the hong kong stock exchange later this year. >>> busted. two san francisco teenagers caught with a stockpile of more than 20 stolen bikes. the challenge now, how do police find the rightful owners of these bikes? one bike theft victim spotted his ride for sale on craigslist and helped lead police to the young bandits' home. police nabbed the two 17-year-old boys with the stolen bikes bi bicycles. if one of these bikes are yours, you're in luck. >>> well, it is about to get a lot more crowded. still to come at 5:00, why a plan for a san jose shopping center is dividing the community. plus -- >> you've got to scratch your head and say what in the world were they trying to do? >> washed up. an early morning caper leaves police puzzled in the east bay. >> who knows how that was made? you know, that goes on your eye. >> counterfeit makeup, cheap but dangerous. fake cosmetics make their w
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Jan 13, 2018 5:00pm PST
not label and not processed in and we have no part from china. >> christopher says the prison the accusations have already >> ian cole, nbc bay area news. >>> it's a messy job, trying to volunt from rolling up their sleeve clean up the creek up. all pa he his beauty san jose campai >> city is stepping up its dumpin and picking up trash. >> it was planned just in time. >>> it's a nice night for a sunset >> it is. that's from emoryville looking east bay valleys, we had the fog and east bay wind, highed today only in the low to mid-50s. outsid now, lots of high clouds hazy at 56 degrees an the view the emoryville camera. still as you can see the franci dublin 49 degrees. this i the central valley fog air-co some parts of the south bay so we'll talk first about the wind. notice the direction here, off u transp in the fog through straig na pab straight and o so chances are we'll see patchy fog. so day begins with numbers. mostly in the low 40s. upper 60s around s jose. even closer to 70 in the warmest spots. east b winds coming in will low 60s for san francisco. in knn climbing into th
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Dec 31, 2013 5:00pm PST
with dubai. the show lasted six minutes and use ed 500,000 fireworks. >>> china welcome ed 2014 with bang. they celebrated on the waterfront. in beijing, a party gathered on the great wall to welcome the new year. that actually looks like australia. >> it does. more than a million people packed sydney harbor to see fireworks light up the sky. it lasts for more than 12 minutes with more than 30,000 firewor fireworks. >>> a million people are expected to come out for tonight's ball drop. >> reporter: i've got props ladies. san francisco is ready to say good-bye to 2013 and thousands of people are expected down here on the embarcadero. fences are already up to keep people from tumbling into the bay. we have loud speakers in place so we can music with that light show. the fireworks are expected to be spectacular. it should be a 15-minute show with nearly 500,000 devices exploding in air. most up high, but many at a lower level for revelers who are right on top of the action. >> we've got a lot of fun things that are going to happen. it's going to be about over a 15-minute period of time
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Aug 24, 2012 5:00pm PDT
skipper of china team. you actually steer the boat? >> yeah, i do. my role on board is to steer the boat and drive it around the course and it's really, really exciting and what a role to have. >> and how hard is that in the san francisco bay? it seems pretty challenging. >> it is a real challenge. it's the best sailing in the world, to be honest and it comes right on time and perfect every day. the more wind it s. the more exciting it is out there for the racing and, yeah, it is a challenge. you have the tide that you have to deal with and also the breeze. >> and you were mentioning in the water there's things you look for. real quickly, what can you tell me you look out for as we pan out? >> what we're looking for out on the water is different patterns, i guess, that you see on the water. the darker shades generally mean there's a lot more wind and lighter shades it's lighter. breeze is the biggest factor when you're sailing a boat and the more wind you can get in, the faster you're going to go. >> reporter: it's interesting. we saw things change up pretty quick. we appreciate it,
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Jul 7, 2013 5:00pm PDT
. >> reporter: the two girls who died were from china. they were coming to the u.s. to visit stanford university and then they were scheduled to go on to san fernando valley for a summer camp. live at sfo, i'm cheryl hurd, nbc bay news. >>> cheryl, thank you. seven seconds. we learned today that's how long pilots had to react to the unfolding disaster around them as flight 214 came in for a landing. today the national transportation safety board released a second-by-second time line leading up to the crash. steven stock joins us with details of those harrowing last moments before impact. steven? >> diane, experts tell us that the most critical and dangerous time of any flight is when you land. everything has to be done just right. in this case those vitt call moments came just seconds before impact. crash scene investigators say information from both the cockpit voice recorder and data recorder show exactly what happened in those final seven seconds. >> that is what amazes me about this situation. >> reporter: seven seconds that vet tral commercial pilot jay rollins says was the diffe
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Mar 25, 2014 5:00pm PDT
loft and no one survived. the families want proof, and so does china's government. they want malaysia to turn all over data used to conclude flight 370 crashed into the southern indian ocean. in the interim, the search for the wreckage is back on now that the weather has improved. >>> still to come at 5:00, 49ers fans pay attention before you party. the tailgate tradition that would be banned from the new stadium. also -->>> he came home from school and said tommy wants to do it, you know, blake wants to do it and immediately all these kids started to sign up. >> he made philanthropy cool. what inspired this 8-year-old boy and his friends to shave their heads. also -- >> coming up, a new way to fight back against texting and driving by showing people who are texting and driving. we'll have the story, next. >>> then at 6:00, a former member of the obama administration takes on south bay icon. >> i will never take money from corporations or lobbyists. >> but sit true? sam brock reality checks a bold promise that politicians rarely make. >>> so as you were driving around today, spot anyo
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