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Jun 7, 2013 6:00pm PDT
nearly 2,000 complaints about dog treats from china. >> two companies have recalled their product. many are questioning the fda saying it hasn't done enough. a look at what happened in the aftermath of hundreds of pet deaths and illnesses. >> reporter: fewer jerky treats are on the market but it's not enough. lawmakers and fda critics say the agency is failing to warn people about recalled food for both animals and people. daisy brings a welcome puppy happiness to the chambers family after a difficult year. the family dog lost its leader last may. the mix died when her stomach twisted and ruptured. the owner says it happened hours after she ate two milo's kitchen chicken jerky treats. although the cause of her dog's death remains unknown, rachel is one of thousands of pet owners who believe their pet was killed or sickened by tainted treats from china. >> there is something that killed our dog. there's something that killed all those other dogs. >> reporter: the fda received reports of more than 3,200 dogs sickened and 501 deaths, enough to prompt three advisories warning people about c
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Nov 20, 2017 6:00pm PST
, china, russia, south korea and this country to try to contain north korea. but the trump energies has gone the other direction exclusively working with china and saying china has got to move or else. well guess what, china hasn't moved now comes the or else. >> all right so what about bringing trying to bring the other countries back into the fold to see if they can help coral north korea is there any opportunity of doing that given what's happened with president trump. >> that's such a reasonable question. we have to go back with what's happened with president trump. what happens he put the ka bosh on gnat oi getting angry with the nato nations he angered those folks. he backed off off nafta. we have to do something to change that around getting mexico and canada ultimates. is paris accordings gone. a then of course the thing that might have helped the most the transpacific partnership which he -backed out as a result china backs the big man on campus. >> you brought up the t hflt pp money talks does this impact our stance, the country's stance with north korea? >> we know in politic
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Sep 25, 2017 6:00pm PDT
north korea. the president has asked china to intervene with north korea but chen says it's not clear that china has the power or inclination to solve what it considers a u.s. problem. >> that's why some people in this country are saying that it's time for the u.s. to make a bargain or deal with china. >> reporter: and chen says that bargain could include the united states pulling all of the troops off the korean peninsula. maybe that could happen if korea were unified and kim jong un's regime were deposed. i asked him if he thought china would take that deal if that could happen. he said no. there is not enough trust between china and the u.s. reporting from san francisco, mark mathews nbc bay area news. >> thank you, mark. >>> east bay commuters got a view they didn't speck as they approached the toll plaza. a billboard message calling for the impeachment of president trump. next to it the president's photo. the billboard was will stay up through sunday paid for by the california members of the courage campaign. organizers say the call for impeaching the president is moral and legal
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Nov 12, 2014 6:00pm PST
. >>> president obama continues his asia-pacific tour. he's in myanmar after several days in china. janelle wang joins us with his big announcement on cleaning up the air. >> the president announced an ambitious plan today to cut greenhouse gases. republicans were quick to pounce calling it unrealistic. president obama arrived in myanmar today for another asian summit. it's his second visit to this country where he will meet with the president and the country's pro-democracy leader and nobel peace prize winner aung san suu kyi. president obama arrived from china where he and president xi jinping announced a world climate deal pledging to drastically put greenhouse gas emissions the next 10 to 15 years. >> it will help improve public health, it will grow our economy, it will create jobs, it will strengthen our energy security, it will put both our nations on a path to a low-carbon economy. >> reporter: republicans were quick to criticize as they and lawmakers returned to capitol hill for the first day of the lame tuck session saying tougher regulations would raise utility rates and cut jobs.
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Jul 5, 2017 6:00pm PDT
chinese company. china currently the null omber market for electric vehicles, we are number two. scott budman, bay area news. >>> president trump landed in poland this evening. it is the first leg of his g-20 summit trip. he is expected to meet with leaders in china and russia, but the summit may be overshadowed by the north korean missile test. we are joined now with the latest from washington. >> reporter: jessica, the trip to poland is also meant to ease the concerns from nato allies to show them that the u.s. stands with them. now that's the reason that the meeting with the president of poland is coming before the meeting with russian president vladimir putin. poland rolled out the red carpet for president 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 council meeting. she says companies that trade with north korea which launched an intercontinental ballistic missile july 4th also trade with the u.s. >>na >> that's not going to happen. our attitude on trade changes
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May 1, 2012 6:00pm PDT
with military negotiations in particular with north korea, china playing kind of a role in all of that and she wouldn't want to step on anything that could jeopardize that and han explains how china might get through this whole thing. >> i think first for it to all go away and disappear would be the first wish. the second would be as quietly as possible. diplomatically without public confrontation. >> reporter: han joined me via skype and says china may want to hand him over and get him out of the country. it may be more beneficial to have him gone. >> it would allow them to get rid of, in their view, a troublemaker, someone who has been causing problems for them publicly. another is that a lot of dissidents when they leave china use a lot of powers of persuasion. >> reporter: chen is a hero of china. he was arrested after documenting forced abortions and sterilizations in china. china may just want him to go away. in fact, most experts monitoring the situation tell me that chen has been erased from the public eye. there is no mention of him in the media, and you cannot search for him
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Oct 29, 2015 6:00pm PDT
. >>> you can now have a sibling in china. the country is ending its one child rule. the main reason why china is getting rid of this decades-old policy. >>> and it took a little nudging, but today, paul ryan grabbed the gavel as the next house speaker. the republicans worry the gop is divided but it's hard to back that claim after looking at today's vote tally. reality check is coming up next. new information tonight in shigella outbreak in san jose. why the latest revelations surun >>> new information tonight in san jose's shigella outbreak. why the latest revelations surrounding the restaurant at the center is raising new questions. investigators say an employee at mariscos' restaurant tested, but they don't think the employee is the source of the outbreak. the infection spread from other counties. and why we may not know the reason for the infection. >> reporter: health officials say they're confident somebody is to blame for contaminating the food but say it's unlikely they will ever identify patient zero. >> we have not found the exact center of the source. >> reporter: the doctor
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Mar 8, 2013 6:00pm PST
due to abuse he suffered from communism in had his native china. prosecutors argued it was an act of revenge. now the same jury that convicted him must decide whether he was too mentally ill to be held legally responsible. if he's found insane, wu will be sent to a state mental hospital. if not, he'll be sentenced to life in prison without parole. >>> not guilty, that's the plea from the san jose man accused of trying to bomb an oakland bank as part of a plot. matthew faces federal charges for allegedly trying to bomb a bank of america branch in oakland last month. police say they arrested him just after he tried to detonate the bomb. a bomb he did not realize was fake. it was created under the supervision of an undercover fbi age agent. if convicted, he faces life in prison. >>> a new proposal was introduced today. mark leno draft add bill that would require both san francisco and san mateo counties to pass a resolution before a gun show could be held at the cal palace or another county venue. t this isn't the first attempt. then governor sthaeg schwarzenegger vetoed a similar b ban
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Dec 6, 2011 6:00pm PST
to make a big move. why amici is about to take it's dough to china. >>> and how this living exhibit is getting a new lease on life. >>> and good evening, i'm chief meteorologist jeff franeri, we will talk more about the cold weather and who is under a freeze warning coming up. m . >>> a tech giant is in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons. skod budman is here with the story he broke yesterday. a lot of people are complaining about pay pal. >> one story tonight smoothed it out for pay pal, another one still to go. let's start with the san francisco-based photo site that used pay pal for four years, then they received a notice that their members could no longer use pay pal, that got resolved last night. then payments from regretsi today, they, too were told they could not use pay pal. speaking of bad pr, citigroup tonight says it will lay off close to 4,500 employees over the next nine months. stock prices fell afterhours. >>> you often hear about the trade imbalance between china and the united states, it's pretty much all in their favor, tonight we have one from america and it's
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Sep 7, 2015 6:00pm PDT
francisco neighborhood and police are asking help. no more china niece, the words spray painted on a playground. it was discovered on the weekend. people say it was disturbing. >> i don't know like what kind of people would do that. i mean, like there's tons of chinese people, especially in the bay area. >> police are looking at surveillance video from the area. police suspect this is the work of one person since it used the same paint and similar lettering. they're asking with any information or if anyone saw anything to give them a call. >>> still sitting in jail. the question is for how long. lawyers for the kentucky clerk who refused to issue marriage licenses to same sex couples have asked a judge for an emergency release. despite saying she's willing to stay in jail for her beliefs, her attorney filed a motion yesterday. steve beshear asked for them to free her based on her religious beliefs. the protest was in front of her home. she was found in contempt of court last week. >>> decision 2016. full swing on this holiday. more trouble for hihillary clin. a new poll shows the pre
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Mar 26, 2014 6:00pm PDT
in handhandcuffs, agents were i china town. they removed tons of evidence. >> when fbi do their raids and warrant enforce thes, they don't warning anybody what about it is. >> reporter: state employees had no warning when they swarmed the office. several boxes and hard drives were taken from his home this afternoon. many officials had no comment today but the mayor summed it up this way. >> there is someone who is of minority background that's a leader for decades, you obviously have a little hurt in that people look up to all of us to do the best we can, and we are held to pretty high standards, sometimes we feel perhaps higher than others, but then that's right for what we do in this office. >> reporter: nine people were detained. 11 people released, including the state senator. again, we are waiting for him to come out of this building now. we'll have hutch more on this story coming up in minutes. reporting live in san francisco, i'm cheryl hurd, nbc bay area news. >> more details on senator yee. this isn't his first brush with the law. his political career began in 1988. he'
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Jun 3, 2016 6:00pm PDT
working to get you to work. e-hang. headquartered in china with an office in redwood city. the company showed us the drone prototype in january. consumer electronics show. similar idea here. get in. and e-hang says its drone will be able to fly you for up to 23 miles at speeds up to 60 miles an hour. as you can imagine there are still lots of things, standing in the way of drone. regulations actually building and testling them. we don't know how much they will cost or if we will pay as we go. like taxis or ride sharing services. peggy, not only a driverless commute, but someday maybe trafficless commute. >> can you imagine. heaven on earth. those are pretty incredible scenes. thank you, scott. >> in south san jose, a different kind of rescue for firefighters. station 22. take a look at dedicated folks here. they found four baby ducks, fell through a storm drain here. crews posted the pictures on twitter with the message that they did not duck out on their mission. they were really magyvers, and improvised a scoop to get them to safety. once they were corralled. fish and wildlife came t
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Sep 27, 2014 6:00pm PDT
not allowed to leave china. the art inside the former federal prison is by a man whose views have kept him in prison at times. he spent months in a chinese prison for his political views. every image on the floor there is made of legos. this is the first art exhibit of this scale on the island known as "the rock." it is free to the public. tickets are $30. >> cool. and very colorful. beautiful art. >> he's still in china and he can't leave, but he's still speaking his mind through this exhibit. it'll be interesting to see if anything happens. >>> coming up next, a taste of winter in the sierra nevada mountains. >>> this morning we woke up to fog-free conditions, but you can see clouds trying to build. thunderstorm activity still forming. we're going the break down your forecast for sunday coming up after this. >>> well, fall has just barely started, but signs of winter are already here. take a look at this. fresh snow here. at the north star ski resort, this is in lake tahoe, the chairs you see here, those were planned for a wedding today. as they say, snow on a wedding day means
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Aug 6, 2017 6:00pm PDT
secretary of state rex tillerson met with china's foreign minster in manila praising china's new found commitment to crack down on north korea's missile and nuclear test. yesterday the u.n. security council approved severe economic sanctions against north korea stopping other countries from importing its coal, seafood and iron. a much needed victory tort trump administration. >> the greatest economic sanctions packaged ever leveraged and it'll cost them about a billion dollars, even  allies in the region like china, japanese, south korea all greg with the united states that north korea and its nuclear capabilities must be stopped. >> reporter: the white house sunday also pledged to clamp down on government leaks that it believes threaten national security. >> we're after people who are committing crimes. >> reporter: rosenstein left open the possibility that reporters could be investigated. >> the leaks right now are really bad. i've never seen it this bad. there should be a concerted effort to identify and go after leakers. >> reporter: attorney general jeff sessions said there's be
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Feb 11, 2012 6:00pm PST
and streets of downtown and china town. it is the annual chinese new year parade and it is considered one of the biggest parades in the world and the biggest celebration outside of asia. monte frances is in china town with a look for us. >> reporter: good evening. the parade was under way about 45 minutes ago and started with a bang. >> reporter: there are about 5,000 people taking part in the parade this year, and there are about 100 parade floats. the parade started here on market street. it is proceeding up gary to union square and turns north on powell and heads to china town via post and then kearney. from beginning to end the parade should last two hours. an estimated 1 million people have come to see this colorful parade to mark the year of the dragon. >> i am excited. i have never seen one of the drag an 0s. i have always wanted to see the dragons. i have my own mini dragon. it will be fun. >> i think this is really good and really fun. >> reporter: there are at least eight dragons in this year's parade including one that has 260 feet long and which will be carried by 200 peop
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May 5, 2012 6:00pm PDT
, it is the best choice for both sides. what china would like to see him go overseas, whether or not he can return to china is still in uncertainty. >> u.s. diplomats including secretary of state hillary clinton who left china today have been negotiating for the activist as well. >>> coming up at 6:00, he worked at a bay area deli, but today, he was riding in the kentucky derby. plus, we all know to go to the hospital for a broken bone or heavy bleeding. some warning signs are more subtle. the top four known red flag that is could help save your life. >>> after surviving a harsh iranian piz, two activists are celebrating a different milestone tonight. we'll let you know. >>> well, he did not ride the winning horse in today's kentucky derby. the man who used to work at an east bay deli still has local fans. stephanie is where crowds gathered to cheer him on. >> reporter: it was here around the alameda fairgrounds where he got his first taste of the racetrack. he got a job galloping horses. fans today came here to the off track betting sight to cheer him on in the first leg of the trip
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Jan 9, 2012 6:00pm PST
criticized huntsman for serving as president obama's ambassador to china. >> is that the person who should represent is not someone who called him a remarkable leader and went to be his ambassador in china. >> this nation is divided because of attitudes like that. >> that was the line that showed his skills are aimed at america. >> that's the line that convinced you? >> absolutely. >> reporter: he uses his understanding of china as a campaign pitch and was happy to show off his mandarin for christopher lee. >> he said my good friends of china, i am ready to run for the president of the united states, and wish me luck. >> chase is a political science major at usc. he came out to help in the huntsman campaign. >> if the race gets to california, i think he'll do well dl. >> we shall see. a second place finish would be amazing for the campaign and would bolster him for south carolina and beyond. the voting continues tomorrow in a small town in the northern part of the state. we should know early tomorrow morning how those ballots are cast. it may be a long night. so many people have yet
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Feb 17, 2015 6:00pm PST
nonstop flight from the south bay to beijing, china. i'm scott budman at san jose national airport. coming up what that means to local tech companies. >>> also an evening fishing turned deadly on the bay. what a lone survivor is saying about her fellow passengers and the night trapped in freezing waters. >>> i'm meteorologist jeff ranieri. cloudy skies across the area. they extend to san jose. we're talking about more about the forecast for tomorrow and how much sun we'll get in a few minutes. >>> a lot of people including a lot of tech companies, have been waiting for this for years. sjc to beijing nonstop. about a 13-hour flight and it's good for business. our business and tech reporter scott budman is at san jose international this morning and scott, the demand is there. >> reporter: you're right, raj. you're right that it took several years to get off the ground. it is here and in june the first flight will take off from san jose nonstop to beijing, china. for apple, cisco, intel and other south bay tech companies, business is big in china and business is getting closer to home
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Sep 22, 2015 6:00pm PDT
traveling to asia is getting easier. and a unique spot in china. from the u-s, directly to "xi- an" (shee-an) in china. ==vo== xi-an is a popular tourist >>> united airlines wants to be the first to fly you in the u.s. directly to china. it is a popular tourist destination. united is trying to get the approval to start the flights between sfo and xian. they are competing because there is lots of opportunity. china is now on track to be one of the busiest air spaces in the world over the next 20 years by 2030. >>> and you want that drink quickly. the Ñicompany's mobile app was first tested in portland, oregon last year off went nationwide today. to use the app, use the starbucks that you're headed for. use the app, pay for it on your phone, then pick up the drink when the cafe says it will be ready. >> i think i can do that. >> this is a game changer. >> this could be the weekend that it looks a lot better. >> today was a good day for coffee. >> should we order right now? >> we can. >> part of it defeats the whole sing of just sitting down in the coffee house, i'm just saying. the italians w
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Sep 17, 2013 6:00pm PDT
california state flags flying outside government buildings, but what about the flag of china? an east bay city council has given the go-ahead to fly the flag outside city hall beginning next month. kimberly terry joins us from san leandro this evening for an explanation. >> reporter: october 1st is china's national day. it's also the day the city council here in san leandro says it plans to hoist that nation's flag right here in front of its city hall where the city flag would usually be. this decision has caused uproar among human right activists upset about the message they say this city is sending. >> san leandro is a beautiful place. >> reporter: council member benny lee made the controversial proposal to fly china's flag outside san leandro city hall. >> i think it says that our cities are for sale. >> reporter: people at last night's city council meeting says lee said the chinese flag would help attract investors. today he backed away from that. why the chinese flag? >> acceptance, people of chinese ancestry. >> reporter: to draw in business? >> you know, i think that's a channel. >
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Apr 28, 2016 6:00pm PDT
from china to compete with silicon valley's biggest companies. i'm scott budman. just ahead, a first look inside san jose's newest tech company, which plans to hire hundreds of new workers. pg&e is committed to clean energy and part of that commitment is our partnership with habitat for humanity. our mission is to build homes, community and hope. our homeowners are low-income families, so the ability for them to have lower energy cost is wonderful. we have been able to provide about 600 families with solar on their homes. that's over nine and a half million dollars of investment by pg&e, and that allows us to provide clean energy for everyone here. it's been a great partnership. together, we're building a better california. >>> happening now on our web site, another zika case confirm confirmed here in the bay area. they say the person contracted the virus in central america. two other cases have been confirmed in san francisco and one in napa county. and a snoopy museum coming to tokyo. more news after the break. apple, facebook, and google just moved in to san jose .. and it's hirin
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Dec 28, 2013 6:00pm PST
at 6:00, big changes in china, what it could mean for families. plus the digital currency bitcoin is gaining popularity around the world. more on a new push right here in the bay area. >>> and a deadly season for skiers and snowboarders, what you need to know if you're going into the back country. >>> the virtual currency bitcoin is upping its profile in the bay area. it launched a billboard campaign urging people to, quote, join the revolution. this is a look at the billboards which are scheduled to pop up in dozens of locations from san jose to the east bay. bitcoin is an experimental digital currency that allows users to make instant payments anywhere in the world. it is not regulated by any governments. earlier this month china put limits, actually, on bitcoin. >>> aaa is offering what it calls its free tipsy tow service. the automotive service has been doing this for the last 16 years. call the aaa number 800-400-4-aaa, then tell the operator that you need a ride or a tipsy tow. the tow driver will take the driver and their car home, passengers, though, have to find another r
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Apr 8, 2017 6:00pm PDT
president remains in florida today after hosting the leader of china at his resort there and making the decision thursday to launch a missile strike in syria. nbc has the details. >> reporter: president trump fresh off a two day meeting with the president of china which the white house called productive. >> i think we have made tremendous progress in our relationship with china. >> reporter: after spending the morning at one of his florida golf courses the president sent a letter saturday to congress justifying his decision to launch more than 50 taum hawks missiles at an airbase in syria on thursday. trump writing he directed the launch to degrade the syrian military's ability to conduct further chemical weapons attacks. an attack of chemical weapons was blamed on the syrian government. >> no child of god should suffer such. >> trump appeared to respond to criticism. the reason you don't generally hit runways is that they are easy and inexpensive to quickly fix, he tweeted. now many wonder what's next and question whether the administration's willingness to get involved in syria signal
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Dec 23, 2013 6:00pm PST
deal with china. apple announced that china mobile would start selling iphones. china mobile is the world's biggest phone company with 750 million customers. the iphones will go on sale next month but apple is expected to face challenges in china where other brands are popular. >>> fallout from that massive data breach from target there are calls for a government investigation and sales dipped slightly over the weekend. handful of lawsuits seeking millions in damages have been filed against the retailer. target is offering discounts, apologies and says there is zero liability for charges they did not make. >> target has spent a lot of money on payment card security. they were compliant with all the latest security standards. chief suspects would be sophisticated organized criminals that studied target or insiders with privileged access that know where exactly to go. >> jp morgan the issuer of roughly 2 million debit cards, says they have limited debit withdrawals to 100 a day. >>> more than a dozen people were hurt when a tour bus veered off a freeway this morning. the driver lost c
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Jan 7, 2016 6:00pm PST
. it was 1,300 feet long. it travelled to oakland from china. >>> hard to imagine, but it's happening soon. one month from now super bowl 50 will take place at levi stadium. this is what it looked like, crews working on installing a field. the grass has been an issue all year long at the stadium. officials promise it will be perfect. outside stadium, work is going on in the parking lot to build the game day plaza. it's designed to be in place for fans to hang out before the game. >>> more super bowl news. the queen is coming to santa cla clara. beyonce will join coldplay to perform at halftime. she performed three years ago when the 49ers played in the big game. >>> i'm michelle roberts. surfering put their skill to the test today. see incredible video. hear from a suffer who says it was too dangerous. >>> a memorial for a man killed while hiking is gone. we will hear from his widow many coulding up. nats of waves crashing runs :03 ==janelle/vo== stormy seas, generating >>> stormy seas generating powerful waves along the coast. we are tracking spectacular and dangerous surf. the same
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Aug 22, 2017 6:00pm PDT
for you. the china town street festival saturday and sunday. temperatures in the mid-70s. the second one sunday in san francisco. the giant race ends at at&t park. a five k, ten k, and half marathon. seven-day forecast and look at the long range forecast. >> we haven't seen nineties in a while. when will it be done? a new look at bart's station and the deadline for this major project. ==reveal== a california state senator is proposing a bill urging law enforcement to treat white supremacts >>> happening now on our twitter feet california state senator proposing a bill to treat white supremacist as terrorist. also a blockbuster nba trade. kyrie irving is being traded to the celtics. the energy conscis people among us say small actions can add up to something... humongous. a little thing here. a little thing there. starts to feel like a badge maybe millions can wear. who are all these caretakers, advocates too? turns out, it's californians it's me and it's you. don't stop now, it's easy to add to the routine. join energy upgrade california and do your thing. extension" won )t be
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Aug 23, 2014 6:00pm PDT
that cal has a great brand around the world. in fact, ranked fourth best in china. but for all the new students and families moving in today, even those from right here in the bay area, it's been emotional and exciting times. >> very nervous. i got knots in my stomach. but i'm excited. i'm sure i'll have a really good time here. >> kind of feels like he's leaving home, like he's moving out of home. going to be an adult. nervous, too. >> reporter: of course, this isn't the end of it. more students will be moving in tomorrow. this year, the university is holding three weeks of orientation to make sure that the transition is much ease yr for all these new students. classes begin on thursday. reporting live at uc berkeley, christie smith, nbc bay area news. >>> a volcanic eruption in iceland is now impacting air travel. scientists say the blast from the volcano is a relatively small one and most of it is underground. it's located in an uninhabited area of iceland 200 miles east of the capital of reykjavik. but the aviation alert has been raised to the highest level amidst concerns about a
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May 3, 2012 6:00pm PDT
from china to congress and his request to secretary of state hillary clinton. >>> and osama bin laden revealed, an inside look at what nte al qaeda leader was planning beernational headlines fo your international headlines xt. xt >>> so, is your landlord looking for more rent? apparently you are not alone. >> rent is on the rise, big-time. better job market means higher rent across the bay area. nbc's marianne favro joins us in san jose this evening with the new numbers. >> reporter: well, construction crews are working to build a new 444-unit apartment complex here in north san jose, and there certainly is a demand for new apartments. because of that demand, rents in the area are going way up. need to rent? with 97% of the apartments in the san jose area already renting rented, that might be tough. >> rents in the bay area are pretty strong. in fact in the south bay here, the rent growth is among the strongest in the country. it's actually third strongest in the nation behind seattle and boulder, colorado. >> reporter: according to realfacts.com, the average rent for a one-bedroom ap
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Feb 19, 2013 6:00pm PST
fighting back. scott? >> raj, they're fighting technology with technology, tracking hackers from china in what many in both our government and our private secotor are calling all-out war. after attacks on facebook, google, twitter, "the new york times," coca-cola, and even apple, america, it seems, is in the midst of a cyber war against china. >> this it does seem that these attacks and intrusions are more brazen. >> reporter: mike is a former cyber policy adviser at the defense department. he says our government is threatened along with our personal information and says while the hackers are smart, the bay area tech industry is smarter. >> i think ideally i would like to see the government hooking up with more silicon valley companies. >> reporter: and that's happening inside the security companies like barracuda networks. here they're aware of the threat from china. they say when it comes to protecting your personal data it's a threat they see every hour. >> it happens all the time. it happens from everywhere. china just has the means to cover it up. >> reporter: so the attacks can be m
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Apr 6, 2017 6:00pm PDT
her ex boyfriend. nbc bay area's rick boone joins us from redwood city and from the peninsula to china, this iso china, this is getting a lot of attention. >> i was in the court clerk's office this morning when her attorney actually handed over the check to the san mateo county court and they say it is money that she had to borrow to get out of jail. 1--year-old tiffany li out of jail for the first time in almost a year. this after posting $35 million bail, the highest in san mateo county, the eighth largest in the nation. >> a very extended group of family members and business associates of my client and her mother put up their homes and their business buildings for this. >> reporter: her bail is broken down between $4 million in cash and $60 million in property and equity. >> the amount of money should not dictate the public interest. >> she's accused of arranging the murder of her ex boyfriend over a custody battle for the two children. >> nothing is right about it at all. it's very difficult time for his mom and family. >> reporter: his body was found along a sonoma county road in
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Apr 10, 2013 6:00pm PDT
. she has made cultivating relations with china a priority and it appears to have paid off. >> adding this additional park in phase two. >> reporter: big plans to redevelop oakland's water front are about to become a reality thanks to a major investment by the chinese. governor jerry brown has announced a $1.5 billion investment partnership between california based signature development and a beijing based investment group. >> five, seven, 11 story structures and tree lined streets. >> mayor gesays she has been working hard to woo chinese investors by traveling to china. she introduced the investor to the developer early this year. >> we have three or four projects like this that we are working on but this is the first one to come through. >> reporter: the project includes 31,000 housing units, 200 square feet of retail, two marinas and 30 acres of waterfront park. the bay area council says it is great news for the region. >> the people working on this project that will be employed at the businesses there will and from oakland and around the region. >> reporter: the california based d
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Dec 12, 2016 6:00pm PST
, there are more out there afraid to come forward. >> thank you. >>> china today expressing serious concern over president elect donald trump's most recent comments about taiwan. he said in an interview he didn't feel quote bound by a one china policy. trump questioning four decades of u.s.-china relations. they're extremely concerned that trump talked by phone to taiwan's leader. they officially recognize taiwan as part of china, not an independent country. they called trump quote a child in his ignorance of foreign policy. >>> california law makers are already attempting to inoculate the state from trump's proposed deportation effort. law makers feeling the pressure to put a safety net in place for the undocumented workers. >> california has 2.4 million of the nation's 11 million undocumented residents. that's far more than any other state. the state has empowered undocumented immigrants in a variety of ways including driver's licenses, tuition asestance in sanctuary cities. they even petitioned the obama administration to enroll undocumented immigrants in the california medical p
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May 23, 2017 6:00pm PDT
valley is hosting a joint training camp for the ski frers united states and china. 2022 winter games held in china and the country is focusing on become ago winter sports por powerhouse. the squaw wants the business. the the past weekend they renamed one of their runs secret garden after the partner resort in china. >> six times the number of skiers will be developed in china over the next five years than developed over the past four decades in north america. >> squaw and other lake tahoe resorts think they're well situated because of the number of daily flights in the bay area. >> the winter olympics in mcin 2022 but the next winter olympic ten months in south korea. >> then summer games in tokyo. >> coming up so fast. >> yes. >> how you doing jeff. >> doing good in the bay area. major heat is over in the bay area just a continual drop in the temperatures. >> and some big time relief if you suffer from asthma or respiratory problems the air quality is a lot better tomorrow. everybody in the good category, so no spare the air day. the mean reason why we're getting cleaner air a
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Nov 15, 2017 6:00pm PST
ucla babble players arrested for shoplifting in china. plus their comments about getting some help from president trump. >>> a live look in santa rosa where we're kicking off our food drive this week. we'll show you where your donations are going. a rescue at ocean beach in san francisco. the fire edpartment says they had to pull a man from the water just after five o )clock. firefighters say he was taken to the hospital in critical >>> a rescue at ocean beach. the fire department said they have to pull a man from the water after 5:00. he was taken to the hospital in critical condition. >>> davinci piece has just soeltds at an auction. the highest auction rice for any work of art. back in a moment. u-c-l-a basketball players arrested in china r ncht calling their actions stew pi -- stupid three ucla players apologize for the incident. they also thanked president trump for convincing china's president to release them. last week the city's freshman were arrested for taking items from three designer stores in shanghai while the team was there to play china in a game. >> i'm a young ma
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Feb 14, 2012 6:00pm PST
smartphone association says many of them are being shipped to china. at least in other countries they're attacking the entire black market instead of just dealing with individual thefts. live in san francisco, tracy grant, nbc bay area news. >> thank you, tracy. >>> the police force that's been the center of controversy is changing its routine. today bart announcing it will focus on patrolling five zones located in the east bay and south bay, as well as san francisco. a team of patrol sergeants, police officers and community servant officers will now provide 24-hour service to those particular zones. the move is part of an approach to block security. there were four police-involved shootings in just the last four years. >>> today the san jose fire department launched a life-saving technology that may help people during a heart attack. the free smartphone and ipad app is called pulse point. when a 911 call about a cardiac arrest comes in, people with the pulse point app is notified of the location of a person in trouble so they can go help. the app is the brain child of fire chief
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Sep 3, 2017 6:00pm PDT
states, if china cuts ties with north korea it would decimate the nation's already troubled economy. when asked if he would attack north korea after that nation's alleged hydrogen bomb test, president trump said we'll see. and secretary defense mattis also left open an attack against north korea. >> we are not looking to the total annihilation of a country, namely north korea. but as i said we have many options to do so. >> reporter: president trump added that north korea has become a rogue nation and a great threat and embarrassment to china and tonight house minority leader nancy pelosi of san francisco also responded saying, quote, north korea's latest nuclear test represents a clear escalation that requires strategic regional and global response. terry? >> thanks very much. >>> president trump declared today a national day of prayer in the wake of hurricane harvey. thousands of people across southeastern texas are now cleaning up, across the region streets are lined with the remnants of family's lives before the storm. houston's mayor says the focus this week is hauling away the
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Apr 8, 2012 6:00pm PDT
dictatorship, i'm wagging my finger at the president of china. >> reporter: as the iconic inquisitor for 60 minutes it was wallace who grilled china's president during the tee enmen square. >> i heard them say the imam is a disgrace to islam and called him a loon tick. >> the world waited for the answer. >> some of our great leaders would not have been great television personalities. >> reporter: but wallace was in a tv career that spanned six decades. >> the mike wallace interview. >> reporter: he had a knack for making people squirm. >> you like this. >> reporter: not even friends were safe. >> you didn't really need that question. >> reporter: but he did, hard questions that occasionally cracked the facade. >> i am the man who made the peace. >> reporter: he covered the news century like few others, dead at 93. brian mooar, nbc news, washington. >>> still to come at 6:00, new evidence of how much radiation from japan's nuclear disaster reached california shores. >>> plus, a planned rocket launch in north korea is raising alarm bells in the u.s. >>> the easter egg hunt organizers h
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Dec 29, 2016 6:00pm PST
-- china's rail program is full sam >>> while california's high-speed rail is still trying to get on track, china's rail program is full steam ahead. connecting several southwest regions to shanghai. they're in the middle of an ambitious railway bidding program and aims to have four north-south and 4-north-west bullet train connections. they want more than 90,000 miles of track by the end of the decade. >>> in and china the tallest bridge has opened today. it's as tall as a three story building. it stretches 3400 feet across the river. it started in 2016 and costs about $160 million. the new bay bridge cost more than $6 billion. it look as little bit like the golden gate bridge, the color. >> some of these shots get me a little dizzy. we now have a look at new technology that many think could soon save lives. a tesla model x helped a family avoid a crash before they realized something was wrong. driver says moments beor the the crash happened, the car beeped, predicting the crash was about to happen and the car stopped on its own, avoiding that. >> itser one of the main reasons i wil
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Jan 28, 2017 6:00pm PST
china town kicking off the luner new year this year. we're following breaking news at sfo -- about a thoand peoplhave >>> let's take you back live to sfo right now. airport protest underway around the country today. huge protest here at san francisco. the international terminal, these protesters they believe are on the other side of a wall where different refugees are from various countries, seven countries that have had a ban, a refugee ban placed on them by president trump and this is a scene right now. also huge protest at o'hare and jfk. >> i'm seeing reports that part of the mood is changed there. they've gone from trying to battle a ban to winning a victory in court. news that a federal judge has issued a national stay ordered on the president's executive order banning refugees from seven countries. so apparently people who they're waiting for on the other side of that wall, they may be coming out very shortly and the people that are waiting there to greet them and i heard there's been quite a bit of cheering in just the last few minutes since the federal judge lifted that ban
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Mar 26, 2012 6:00pm PDT
. critics say work that could have been done here was instead outsourced to china. you are looking at billboards that have sprung up near the bay bridge claiming all the steel used on the new eastern span was fabricated overseas. >> the campaign will have a couple of components to it. >> reporter: with the backdrop of the bridge, members of the alliance for american manufacturing unveiled their new bi billboard campaign. they say the steal on the south anchored suspension portion of the bridge was needlessly manufactured overseas. >> the majority of the bridge including the most complicated metal section in the middle, the suspension span, was sent to china so we were competing against china. china won the bid and they built it. that lost probably 3.5 million man-hours of work, of domestic steel and manufacturing work here. >> i think every california taxpayer should be outraged by this, that their tax dollars literally went to subsidize work in china. >> the new east span has about 250,000 metric tons of steal in it and 200,000 of those metric tons come from america. >> reporter: but
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Jan 2, 2016 6:00pm PST
their boat back in the water. early this morning the boat got stuck on some rocks near china state park in san rafael, that's where christie smith is live. the boat is perched quite sadly up on the rocks. >> reporter: it's still there right now, just a little too dark to see it. it does look like the boat won't be able to be moved until tomorrow. the good news the men were able to walk away safely, but there were scary moechlts as the winds were blowing this boat around, strong winds and choppy water near san rafael near china state park. they called for help, the coast guard responded along with the sheriff's department. the men tried to drop anchor but apparently it pulled through the mud and the boat ran aground. ? something happened, some water in the fuel or something, you know, and the boat stopped running. >> after that it was just kind of -- >> by the time we had assessed the situation they were blown up on the rocks. >> sufrl there are no big tides this evening, the next high hide will be tomorrow at 7:00, it will be a 5/8, hopefully that will be enough to get another boat in a
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Mar 22, 2014 6:00pm PDT
. >>> coming up, the first lady and her daughters in china. hoping to improve relations between the world super powers. what she said today that may change things. >>> sunny skies right now in san jose. though the sea breeze picking up around the bay area, setting the stage for more low crowds tomorrow morning. a sunny finish to the weekend. we're tracking 70s in the forecast. and rain ahead in your seven-day forecast. a look at that when we come right back. >>> a wonderful first weekend in spring today. meteorologist rob mayeda here with the microclimate forecast. >> we're getting a taste of the coastal microclimate blasting through the bay area right now. the sea breeze has really picked up. san francisco, the camera bouncing around. as we test how well these things are mounted on the building tops. a wind tunnel effect going right now. it's shaking pretty good. you can see hazy skies out there. this is eventually going to fill in with low clouds tonight. tomorrow morning you may have some mist out toward the coast. wind speeds right now, pretty impressive. this is almost like a s
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Nov 11, 2017 6:00pm PST
shoplifting from a louis vuitton store and in china and they are forced to stay in china for another week or two while the legal process plays out. and while the rest of the team comes back home. >>> the 1-7 giants versus the 0-949ers and if you are hoping to see garoppolo start, you have to wait another week. le be suited up as the back-up. joe staley will be suited up as well. he'll play after suffering an orbital fracture against the eagles two weeks ago. matt maiocco talking with kyle shanahan about team moral. >> at this point in the season how do you gage the temperature in the locker room and make sure you are preparing hard and everyone in the locker room is pulling in the right direction. >> you come in every morning ready to do that. being 0-9 and people would be lying if they say it doesn't wear on you. guys are working hard and playing hard and we've come up short. it is tough to get up all of the time and you have to make a conscious effort to do that and that is how we started off the team meetings and trying to get guys going. that is one thing i've been very encouraged wit
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Nov 18, 2017 6:00pm PST
basketball players accused of shoplifting in china. the high profile father one of the players is not praising the president for his intervention. the freshmen were detained a day before mr. trump arrived in china during his tour of asia. after they were released, the president tweeted, you're welcome. go out and give a big thank you to president xi jinping. later he wrote, have a great life, be careful, there are many pitfalls on a long, winding road of life. on espn today, lavar ball, the outspoken father of liangelo ball said the president has no business telling him or his son how to live their lives. he also downplayed his son's alleged crime. >>> important to keep your eyes on the road while driving, but spotting willie mays on the bay bridge is pretty distracting. even so this driver did his best while posing. pretty cool stuff right there. for more sports, let's go to mindi bach. >> well, the raiders are ready for their showdown with the patriots in mexico city. the team has some special gear to honor their time in mexico. that's next in sports. ♪ when you have doctors worki
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Feb 16, 2012 6:00pm PST
on where you live. raj. >> thank you, scott. >>> china's vice president spent part of today touring a shipping terminal at the port of los angeles. the vice president of china was greeted earlier in the day by governor brown and los angeles's mayor villaraigosa. the vice president who's expected to become china's next leader later this year wraps up his four-day u.s. visit tomorrow when he's joined by joe biden. both vice presidents will be at tomorrow night's laker's game. >>> it was supposed to be a hearing about birth control. but all the witnesses were men. >> it's turned into a big story. the lack of women caused several lawmakers to walk out. >> three democratic lawmakers walked out during a congressional hearing about president obama's birth control policy. the policy requires church affiliated hospitals and charities to provide birth control health coverage despite it conflicting with their religious beliefs. of the ten witnesses that testified on one panel, none were women. >> imagine having a panel on women's health and they don't have any women on the panel. >> president
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Mar 5, 2014 6:00pm PST
explore a un resolution but the u.s., britain, france, russia and china sit on the security counsel and russia as one of the members can veto any move. hence the talk about cutting off access for russia to western banking, but that's not guaranteed to even put a kent in the country's economy, according to a former clinton defense expert. >> it has to have universal adherence, so russia has quite a bit of trade with china. is china going to go along with this and agree with it? probably not. >> dr. gloria duffy agrees that in the squirm between russia and ukraine, embarrassing russia's big rigs and questioning the stability of doing business in russia, that could have the greatest effect. >> you don't know what they are going to do. are they going to seize assets or destabilize world markets, stock markets, buy act tvties? they are not a stable partner. that is the message that i think can be conveyed about russia that difficult and presents challenges for them rather than any specific impact of the specific sanctions. >> another option is being tossed out there is kicking russia out
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Aug 13, 2015 6:00pm PDT
linger after deadly explosions in china. we are getting new images of what the destruction left behind. our neroom suyvale pice say it r >>> this just in. this picture has come into our newsroom. sunnyvale police say it is the prime suspect in a killing at a mobile home park. her name is linda smith. police say the 50-year-old called them today to report the killing. when officers showed up they found her and the body of her mother. the victim is 81-year-old ann smith. investigators also say they found a hammer at the scene, possibly the murder weapon. detectives are still investigating right now. >>> where is all the traffic? this was supposed to be a mess today. be warned the traffic mess could come this weekend. the premium outlet stores in livermore, they just got bigger. more of them. they had reason to worry about the traffic concerns. on the left side of your screen you can see what the traffic looked like when the livermore outlet mall was opened a few years ago in 2012. traffic at a virtual standstill. today on the right side of your screen, not much. no chaos. nbc bay
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Sep 12, 2012 6:00pm PDT
nuclear program. the u.s. has persuaded russia and china to support the resolution that says political pressure is better than military force when it comes to getting iran to stop its nuclear activities. this comes just one day after israeli prime minister netanyahu condemned the u.s. for not taking a more aggressive approach. israel is threatening to take matters into its own hands. with everything going on, one of the world's top leaders is noticeably effort. china's vice president is scheduled to take over as president next march, but he hasn't been seen in almost two weeks. this is file video of him. he missed several high profile meetings, including one with secretary of state hillary clinton last week in beijing. there are reports he suffered a stroke or heart attack. china is being tight lipped and not saying a word. >> thank you, janell. >>> a retired priest will not face perjury charges. father jerry lindner told the jury during the william lynch child he never molested anyone. he was facing charges for beating up the priest in his retirement home. lynch admitted the beating a
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Jan 19, 2017 6:00pm PST
position on china, women's rights and that has people doubtful about what is going to happen. >> reporter: it's an extraordinary time, jessica. trump takes office with the lowest public approval rating since any of those questions have been asked. while president obama leaves office with a 60% approval rating, only 40% of americans  believe that trump has managed the transition period well. take a look, in fact, at the comparison. obama really hit it out of the park. 84%. even george w. bush after that contentious election, 61%. clinton, 67%. all these going into office. so simply put, the honeymoon period that the new presidents expect and experience, it's just not going to be there from donald trump. >> let's talk about tomorrow's speech. what should we be listening for that could calm some of these fears? >> you know, this is trump's official introduction into the american people as our 45th president. so the most significant part of his inaugural address this time is his style, the way he relates to his constituents and substance and policy proposals, that's going to co
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Aug 1, 2012 6:00pm PDT
beat the u.s. they will play china next on friday. water polo is a game that was once played actually with the players straddling barrels in the water like horses. i think it's a good thing that the game has evolved, it's tough enough as it is. >> i agree with that one. few very much, phil. >>> here's a few things to keep an eye on, scott welch will hit the piano in theool in the 300- breaststroke. >> also another cal grad, dana volmer will compete tonight. >>> and women's beach volleyball is back tonight. will carrie walsh and misty may trainor continue their winning streak? and will pink eye get in carrie walsh's way. >>> eight female badminton players, four from south korea, two from china and to from indonesia have now been thrown out of the games for allegedly trying to intentionally lose matches in order to get a more favorable slot in the next round of competition. here's a look at how the scandal in london is sparking a lot of talk here in the bay area. >> reporter: well, jessica, many players here say this scandal is giving badminton a black eye at a time when the sport is st
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