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>> it's a real privilege >> thank you, will can i keep going >> it would be a real shame if you didn't continue. >> here are the nominees for best motion picture, musical, or comedy >> announcer: "dolemite is my name." "jojo rabbit." "knives out. "once upon a time in hollywood. "rocketman." >> you smell amazing, by the way. it's not cologne, you just smell good >> thank you so much and the golden globe goes to -- "once upon a time in hollywood. [ cheers and applause ♪ >> announcer: coming to the stage for "once upon a time in hollywood" are producers david hayman and shannon macintosh accepting the golden globe is
the film's director, writer, and producer, quentin tarantino. [ applause ] ♪ >> quentin is nothing but unpredictable. a few seconds ago he told me i was going to speak so a million thanks to everybody who worked on the film in front of and behind the camera a big thanks to our patron, tom rothman. [ applause ] a big thanks to maestro mr. quentin tarantino. [ applause ]
quentin said, before i started the film, he said i want you to have such a good time on this film that the next film is going to be miserable. he wasn't wrong. thank you, quentin [ applause ] ♪ >> announcer: nbc's tell he cast of "the 2020 golden globe awards" is presented by l'oreal paris because you're worth it. coming up, which actor and movie will take the big awards of the night. find out on "the golden globes" right here on nbc. es" right here on nbc. ♪queens on the team in real life not just on the internet♪ ♪all strength, we ain't stoppin' believe me♪ ♪go straight till the morning look like we♪
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elegy," glenn close. [ applause ] >> i am so deeply honored to be here tonight here are the nominees for the best actor in a motion picture drama. >> announcer: for "ford v ferrari," christian bale for "pain and glory, antonio banderas for "marriage story," adam driver for "joker," joaquin phoenix for "the two popes," jonathan pryce. >> and the golden globe goes to joaquin phoenix. [ cheers and applause >> announcer: this is joaquin phoenix's second win and sixth nomination he wins his golden globe tonight for his role as arthur fleck in "joker." [ applause ] ♪
>> hi. umm, first i would like to thank the hollywood foreign press for recognizing and acknowledging the link between animal agriculture and climate change, it's a very bold move, making tonight plant-based. it really sends a powerful message. to my fellow nominees, we all know there's no [ muted ]. it's like this thing that is created to sell advertisements for the tv show. i'm inspired by you.
[ muted ]. i -- i -- i can't believe the beautiful mesmerizing unique work that you've all done this year and, umm, i know people say this but i really do feel honored to be mentioned with you. some of you i reached out to personally some, i'm still too intimidated by even though we share the same agent, hi, christian you're not here, but -- and, umm, todd, you were such an amazing friend and collaborator. and you convinced me to do this movie and you encouraged me to give everything and to be sincere. and i'm such a pain in the ass,
i cannot believe you put up with me i'm so indebted to you i love you contrary to popular belief, i don't want to rock the boat. but the boat [ muted ] there are -- it's really nice that so many people come up and sent their well-wishes to australia. but we have to do more than that, right? such a beautiful gesture and i am a, uh, i havenot always been a virtuous man. i'm learning so much so many of you in this room have given me multiple opportunities to get it right. i'm deeply grateful. together hopefully we can be
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next category gave us powerful and truly memorable performances. here are the nominees for best actress in a motion picture. >> narrator: for "harriet," cynthia erivo. for "marriage story," scarlett johansson. for "little women," saoirse ronan. for "bombshell," charlize theron. for "judy," renee zellweger. >> and the golden globe goes to -- renee zellweger! [ applause ] ♪ >> announcer: this is renee zellweger's fourth win and seventh nomination. she wins her golden globe tonight for her role of judy garland in "judy." [ applause ] ♪
>> thank you. my, i really am up here. well, hi, everybody, it's nice to see you. y'all look pretty good, 17 years later. thank you to the hfpa for inviting me back to the family reunion, especially with all these extraordinary ladies this year. i mean it, your work moves me. it moves me. and i've been cheering for y'all from theater seats for a long time. being on a list with you is cool. who thanks their agent first? me. kevin huvane, brian lord, peter levine, donna pell, my partners in crime.
i just have to thank you for always reminding me that the top doesn't matter. it's the journey that matters. and the work that matters. thank you for always saying, just do the work, renee, just do the work. thank you. [ applause ] and this film, my goodness. rupert gould, brilliant director, thank you. thank you to david livingstone for that first call. camera ron. a lot of people i'm going to try and squeeze in. bbc films for making it. gosh, jeremy for all those prosthetics, you were just incredible. matt dinkly, maestro. eric vistro, jeff foster paul, you guys kicking me in the pants, making me try a little bit harder.
jesse buckley, finn whitrock and rufus celebrating one of the great icons of all times has been one of the great life blessings. and the people who want to express their love for judy garland and tell about the great personal significance of her legacy and her humanity, has been a great reminder that the choices that we make matters. what we make matters. and how we choose to honor each other in our lifetimes can matter a great deal down the road. thank you so much, everybody. it's nice to see you. i'm honored. thank you. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> kill me. we're nearly done. [ laughter ]
gees. last one, last one, come on, guys. our next presenter starred in netflix's "bird box," a movie where people survive by acting like they don't see a thing. sort of like working for harvey weinstein. you did it, i didn't, you did it. [ muted ]. please welcome sandra bullock. [ applause ] ♪ >> this evening we've seen highlights from the five truly great films nominated for best motion picture drama. once again, here are the nominees. >> announcer: "1917." "the irishman." "joker." "marriage story." "the two popes." >> and the golden globe goes
to -- "1917." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: coming to the director, writer, and producer sam mendes. accepting the golden globe tonight for "1917," sam mendes. >> thank you very, very much. thank you so much. this is a huge, huge thing. this is a huge thing for this movie. it opens in a week. it's difficult to make movies without big movie stars in the lead and get people to come and see it in a cinema. i really hope this means that people will turn up and see it on a big screen for which it was intended.
i want to say thank you to my co-writer, tom newman for his incredible score, three extraordinary producers. to the hfpa for this and what you've given to this movie, thank you so very, very much. [ applause ] ♪ >> that's it. good night. thank you. please donate to australia. have a great time. get drunk. take your drugs. [ muted ]. ♪ >> announcer: the nominations were mailed to all eligible members of the hollywood foreign press association who choose up to five nominees in each category. on the final ballot, the same
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crowd of thousands ofó[ suppor. >> the military bases here at home are heightening security because of those rising tensions.çó bases in san diego county, including camp pendleton, are announcing increased security. everyone's i.d. will be checked and that includes service w3 members, and vehicle inspections will be increased as well. the newsroom with more. >> reporter: today iran said it pdeal with world powers and wil no longer restrictjf the amountf uranium it can stockpile. meanwhile, president trump's threats on twitterçó have spark an outcry in iran as tensions )rq twoqq countries. secretary of state mike pompeo on every network morning show defending the air strikeçó that killed iran's top military leader, general qasem soleimani. >> that there were in fact plots that he wasñi working on that we aimed directly at significant harm to american interests throughout the okregion, not ju in iraq. president trump made the
decision this was the time to stop this reign of terror. >> reporter: iraq's parliament 4zoujzre than 5,000, to leave i as the pentagon deploys additional troops to the region. ñ president to order thisok strik >> the game of anñi imminent threat, they have notlp support. and what we do know is this dramatic escalation is now putting americans atçóçó greate risk. >> reporter: some senators are expected to receive a briefing this weeke1 on the decision to order the airçó strike. still, many americans andt( lawmakers concerned about what comes ó[ñinext.ok today president trumpñi tweet"e these media posts will serve as states congress that should iran strike any u.s. person or e1 target, the united states will quickly and fully strike back and perhaps in a disproportion al manner. tensions in iran are stoking fears of heightened surveillance here in the u.s. more thanq 60 iranian-americans
returning from canada were held for questioning in washington state according to advocacy groups and travelers. but a spokesman for customs and border protection disputed the accounts. congresswoman barb lee responded today on twitter saying people of iranian descent, including american citizens and green caro holders areçó reportedly being detained by cbp çóofficials. we can't let this stand. at the iranian assemblyq of god in san jose, churchgoers said special prayers for the people % >> and we're just praying there we of family over ñrthere.w3 president trump is doubling dowi on his claimñp$e would target iranianw3 cultural sites if ira retaliates. mary an favreaux, nbc bay area news. there are early signs the price of oil will have a roller coaster market ride tomorrow. more than 2%
during trading tonight.38rr(t&h% they also jumped almost immediately after thursday's killing of iran's top general. on friday, crude hit a three-month high of $69 a barrel.fá we're going to continue to have updates on air and online at çó nbcbayarea.com. an emotional outpouring in oakland today for a man who los( his life trying to retrieve x s= stolen laptop. the story has captivated a lot of people in the bay areañi thi week. nbc bay area'st( christie smith heard from colleagues, family and friends at añi memoriali] f the man. >> he was an amazing human being. >> reporter: the street outside of starbucks in oakland's montclair neighborhood was fillede1 with people who didn't know him and those who loved him. >> to be honest right now, i still don't believe that he's nf longer with me. >> reporter: his cousin jessie
spoke briefly through her tears about what he meant to her. >> we're both an only child, bui i always think of him as my older brother. >> reporter: the 34-year-old died on his birthday after chasing down thieves who had taken his laptop. he was struck by the getaway car and ultimately çókilled. two men were arrested. >> i feel really sad about ñiit. he came here to l)+ hist( american dream. >> reporter: michelle montanez is e1co-founder of the company that rekrultcruited him. >> he was widely read, and he just, you çóknow, contributed t every groupçó he was in.
>> reporter: friends shared stories of a smart, caring man who enjoyedçóñiñi photography a pain of losing him. one councilmember is pushing for change. >> our resources are stretched really thin, and so that's part of it as well. so for me, it's important that we actuallye1 do sma ourçóxd dedicated office here. >> reporter:ñr christie smith, c m9 oakland. tomorrow mayor libby schaaf and the cityñi council will meet to discuss annualróársq data in that city. they'll also talk about the missionñi of the city's departmt of violedc prevention. that department was started last year to work directly with victims of violent crime and to figure out ways to prevent future crimes. ant( elderly san francisco woman violentlyt( beaten a year ago has died from her injuries, and tonight her family is renewing their call to end the violence that has left many homes. 89-year-old yik oi huang died friday at laguna honda hospital where she's been clinging to life since the attacke1 at açó
near her visitacion valley home. the 19-year-old man was charged in her beating. he coulde1 now face a murder charge. huang's family and community leaders want justiceñr and chan. >> this is açó community-buildi effort,çó turningqj %9 into purpose,q turning a tragedy int an opportunity for transformation. >> i really think justice should prevail because it's not only the grandmother suffer, her family suffer, we suffer. >> her granddaughter is inviting the public to take part in a sunrise sit-in. we'll have more in 30 minutes. it started with a theft and thank flip ended with smiling faces on children after a community rallied together. heartwarming night in the southi bay. you might remember we told you about aqp in this video. they stole a donation box from san jose's our ladyw3 of guadale church. they got away withlp $3,000.
that money was supposed to buy toys for children that would be given out today, butñi it was gone. well, wait a second. the church's community joined forces and donated more than $9,000 to make sure the children got their toys. official announcement, word got out about the robbery, and immediately several thousand dollars started flowing in4' fr a lot of donors.ñi so it was really heartening to see the outpouring ofxd generosity. >> a happy ending. in all, roughlyxd 600 gifts giv away today. work has stoppedçó on the redevelopment of the concord naval weapons station because of a labor dispute.t( the area is supposed to be turned into 13,000 housing units as well as office and retail space. the company picked to build homes on the site says using the amount of union labor wanted is too expensive. the city council will decide on tuesday whether the laborçó agreement is being made by the company. if not, the company could be forced out of the deal. happening tomorrow, a
to begin for the man charged in a deadly b.a.r.t. stabbing. john leeñi cowell isñr accused killing a woman atñi the b.a.r. station. prosecutors say the attack was unprovoked. cowell is also charged with attempted murder for allegingly stabbing wilson's sister. to stand trial. trial will be in alameda county. our investigative unit just finished a sers that takes an in depth look at whatñi happens at the 49ers now know who their opponent will bet( when they ho their fairst playoff game. they'll facew3 the minnesovav vikings on saturday. the vikings upset the saints 26-20 in overtime today in new orleans. >> you predicted that. >>ñi i did not. the 49ers have had the week off after earning the top seed in the nfc.
kickoff is set for saturday afternoon, 1:35. you can see it right here on nbc bay area. make sure to be there. >> yeah. and be watching. >> anthony flores will have more on the matchup later in sports. coming up next, calling for a blackout. the reason some people are protesting facebook and the connection it has to our election. a makeover for caller i.d. what it says. i'mñifáçó consumer; investigat nbc bay area responds next. fá nice view of the golden ge coming back tomorrow morning. coming up, we'll take a closer look at when rain makes a comeback in the seven day forecast when we come right looking to get your business off to a fast start in the new year?
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infant mortality rates dropped to record lows. and as mayor, mike bloomberg always championed reproductive health for women. so when you hear mike bloomberg on health care... mrb: this is america. we can certainly afford to make sure that everybody that needs to see a doctor can see a doctor, everybody that needs medicines to stay healthy can get those medicines. nurse: you should know, he did it as mayor, he'll get it done as president. mrb: i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message. if you hate robocalls,e1 yo just might love this story. >> tonight we have an insider's i.d. that's designed to shut down those robocalls. consumer investigator chris chmura has the story for us. >> reporter: and they are constant. the company u mail estimates we all get 167 million robocalls per day, every day. it's got to stop because sadly,
somemy robocalls du(eb people costly scams. >> my father was the victim of a gift card scam. >> reporter: just last week we introduced you to lisa int(ok and jennyt( and max in santa cla gafr the bad guys $12,000 by phone. before we broadcast their stories to you, we alsolp share them with representative anna eshoo in palo alto. >> i'm subjected to the harassment as well. >> reporter: she sits on the technology committee. the congresswoman says washington needs to focus on our country's outd!ued caller i.d. system. when your phone rings and something pops up on the caller i.d., do you trust the callerñi i.d.? >> no, not anymore, i don't. >> reporter: caller i.d. isxd easily faked. simple hacks let bade1qç:uñ put display and fool you. the federal%qñw3 communications commission says it'sq working
with phone companies on improvements that we'll see in 2020. eshoo says if the fcc's fix to step in. does the american public deserve the ability to be able to trust caller i.d.? restore it to what it was, then they will trust it. >> whose responsibility is that? >> ours.t#a> reporter: the publ won't see complex back-end tech improvements that the fcc wants. what we likely will see is a caller i.d. makeover. during a recent trade show near sfo, we got the first look at a candidate, a company named first orion let us preview w new system that lets companies and their logos when theye1 call yo phone. >> a lot of security around how that image shows up. >> reporter: plus ajf message about why they're calling.qi] first orion's craig dunn told us only official, legitimate, and verifiede1 parties get access,
you can once again trust your phone's display. >> now you can make a choice, is that a call i want to takeñi or not. >> reporter: when we stop answering, maybe the bad guys will stop calling 167 million times a day.ñiçó firstxs5pionb5ñ it's already working with several real companies that might justifiably need to call you, and they're doing it ahead of the fcc's t,np>> the scammers aren't wait for legislation. futurexdw3 of caller i.d.t( tho first orion doesn't call it that. >> we call it call enhancement. >> reporter: we wonder willñq bad guys justçów- enhancement the same way theyñr corrupted today's callerni.d.? first orion says there's no guarantee, but it estimates a one in a billion chance that the enhancement screen will be bogus.>e(ti rñ right now we're scammers and we've stayed ahead of them. >> reporter: first orion says it's ramping up first with t-mobile, so if you're a t-mobile subscriber, you might
if you have a consumer story for us to check out, please head to ouri] website. click the menu, then the nbc bay area responds option, or you can call us. 888-996-tips. harvey weinstein's criminal years afterq allegations agains him inspired the "me too" okçó movement. jury selection starts this week in the only criminal case to arise against the oscar winning film producerment weinstein is accused of raping a womanjf in new york hotel room in 2014 and performing a forcible sex act on a different womant( if z2006. the trial could put weinstein in now, weinstein has pleaded not guilty. he says everything was consensual. happening this week, a protest is setçó for thursday a facebook quarters as organizers are calling for a blackout. people behind the protest ñ change their profile and cover
photos withe1 a black box all i an effort to urge facebook to safeguard the 2020 election. facebook hast( faced criticism over its role ofçó spreading misinformation in the last presidential election. thelp protest will be at the ñ menlo park headquarters from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. people from all over the world will be in vegas this week for the consumer electronics show 2020. it gets under way. it kicks off on tuesday. crews spent today putting the finishing touches q. the las vegas coñ,v9q%=9 çócenter. for a half century, it's been a people to show off the latest gadgets and innovations. a couple notes about this year's event. samsung will unveil itse1e1i] futuristic artificial human project. the company teased lifelike e1 avatars. >> whoa. >6 qmeanwhile, ivanka i;] set speak there about government working with technology. ourt(ok digital journalist jona bloom will be there. you can follow him on twitter for updates throughout the event.
tv. take a look before it is gone. tonight is the fav night of christmas in the park. live look at downtownñi san jos. the winter wonder land is complete with a 55 foot christmas tree, animated exhibits, lots and lots of lights. it's been a holiday tradition for more than 30 years. it's been going on forq more thn a lot of people visiting the park today say they're said to see the decorations come down. christmas in the park plans to return next year, or should we say, later this year&3 but because it's a free event, they say they heavily rely on donations to quite literally keep the lights on. seems like the weather was nice to be out there. >> yeah, a little cold out there. feeling like christmas in the park. >> there you w3go. the seven-day forecast is going to trend even colder. i think the wind and cold probably the bigger story moving forward than the actuale1 rain. when you look at the seven-day forecast, you're going to see rain drop icons all over the place, but the actual total of
the rain coming our way isn't all that impressive by january standards.e1 there's a view of the former christmas in the park. right now 48 degrees in san jose. should seefá temperatures closeo 40 by the morning and fog-free in san francisco. 50 degrees on our way to some 40s bayside. look at these temperatures. once again like we saw this morning. inland east bay valleys, up be wakingçó up to some patchy frost and maybe a little patch or two of fog, especially for the east bay in the morning. r b repeat of what we had it today. upper 50s to low 60s. warmest "ouju(uu)es probably around san jose and morgan hill. as you head into the east bay valleys, numbers in the mid to upper 50s. the storm track is off to the north. no worries about rain for tomorrow, so we're going to jum3 ahead to theñr first chance of showers. that's going to come in just after the tuesday evening commute from 7:00. overnight youxd can seexd 11:00 it goes just like that.
not much to see on wednesday. maybe a few isolated showers. for the workweek itself, it looks like 7:00 a.m. thursday rain that weñi see, and that system too moves out pretty quickly. so you add up the rain from tuesday, wednesday into thursday, you think three-day rain totals couldlp be big. doesn't look like much. you can seexd most of the bay aa has actually come down in the lightest model updated. throughout that period, it is going to be cool and breezy at i times. it looks like another dry dayñrn friday. then watching that 49ers game, notice what happens here. we'll see another chance of showers moving through during the dayçóe1 saturday and progressively colder yi starts to comefá on in. right now at the game you'll see it on nbc bay area next saturday. it looks like some showers to start. temperatures in thefá low tow7r mid-50s and wind speeds 10 to 20 it will feel a lot cooler than the nearok 60-degree temperatur we saw this weekend. so your next weekend forecast ooler.r next weekend forecast another chance of rain asi] wefo
jump into a seven to qten-day outlook. those rain chances that will be coming in another week from now headingñi towards next monday m involve snow down toy1i] 3,000 4,000 feet. showers in the forecastñi tuesd evening into early wednesday. best rain of the week is probably thursde morning. cooler and breezy. watch how those temperatures continue to drop.r by sunday it's possible we could have highs in the upper 40s to low 50s, and highs in the mid-40s could be in reach another week from now. so stay tuned. the cool canadian air-conditioning is coming our way. it will be interesting to watch as we wrap up next wind, the big 49ers weekend on nbc bay area. stillxd ahead,jf forget tho electric scooters. the new mode of transportation you could soon be using in the east bay. and it's going one step further than a dna test. what you'll want to know about a
a dangerous scene at a san jose mcdonald's just before 1:00 this morning. the driver of a volkswagen hatch back crashed into a traffic signal box at the intersection of san carlos and ray streets. cars skidded to a stop a few feet from the restaurant but not before knocking out traffi3d ìkñghts in the area. the driver ran fromw3 the scene before emergency crews arrived. at least five people are dead, dozens more in the hospital tonight after a chain reactiony1 crash in pennsylvanif it happened around 3:30 this morning around pittsburgh. 9 driver of a tour bus lost e1 control. this is the aftermath. >> the bus went up an embankment, rolled over, was then hit by three tractor trailers and a car. on that tourçó bus, mostly japanese and spanish-speaking passengers. >> it's really difficult to havd a lot of information. we don't even have identities of some of the people because of
the severity of the crash and how entangled thee1 vehicles ar. it's -- we're still out there working hard to try andjf get have passedq away. >> investigators just starting out here. they're going to look into maybe a mechanical failure as responsible for this. again, five dead. around 60 people taken to the hospital with injuries. the turnpike was shut down most of the day. another potential flaw with boeing's troubled 737 max. boeqn% potential design flaw in the wiring that helps control the plane's tail.lp boeing's 737 max jets have been grounded since march after being that killed 346 people. regulators say the planes can be approved to fly again by the spring. crime ñrsolved.çóñiq gps helped track down stolen uth nearly 100 miles away.e1 deputies with the san joaquin
sheriff's office arrested this man, timothy mcmahon. investigators found 20 of the stole enscooters in his driveway. an employee at groove scooters first called theq oakland polic department a couple days ago to report the stolen e-scooters. he also said gps locators showed they were in french camp.fá deputies went there to the suspect's location.r the scooterse1 were from variou companies including groove, lyft, lime, and bird. a new option for zipping around the east bay.fá electric mopeds may be coming to oakland soon. theñi mopeds can carry two peop. they're more powerful than the electric scooters and can=)ñ go to 30 miles per hour. can be driven in standard traffic lanes. startup company rebelçks ok 1,000 mopeds toe1 oakland. rebel currently operatesq in several other major u.s. cities. you may have given or gotten a dna test kit as a gift over the holidays. one company is offering users more than the chance to le(z
about the past. >> but there are some things you should know before you break open the kit. nbc'sw34' vicky nguyen took thet to find out. >> reporter: ancestry now joining its competitors, searching your saliva to find clues about yourok health inxd dna. it'sxd going to involve bot genetic as well as non-geneticç indicators of health. >> reporter: with 15 million database, the company predictso more than 2 million would have a potential health risk identified with this new test. we wanted to know how it works different. so iw3 took the test. >> welcome to the beginning of your story. >> reporter: providing a saliva sample. >> i don't think there's a ladylike way to do this. and sending it off. ready to go. ancestry gave usrño a first l' inside the lab wherefá samples like minei] end up. quest diagnostics will handle
the new genetic health testing. these machines are equipped with the latest technology to pinpoint specific dna markers that could help tell you about nine different health conditions you may be at risk of developing. the new product has two levels of testing. the first pvprovides snapshots information from your genes looking at a few key spots in your dna for conditions including an increased risk of breast cancer, heart disease, or fibrosis. the second level of testing available in january isxd calle nexti] generation sequencing. itñi analyzes millions of locations in your dna, which means a higher chance of detecting a health risk.xd offering that hasn't been offered to consumers before? evolving. that it tomorrow, and still deliver it to you. >> reporter: ancestry promiseéd ñ4thupdates for members as genetic research evolves. doctors say these tests can provide a snapshot of your
health, but they don't screen for all health conditions, and you should talk with your physician about your results. that's in part why ancestry offers certified genetic counselor who's can talk with you. once i got my results -- hi, robin, how are you? >> i set up a video chat with robin king, a genetic counselor based in north carolina. she said my test didn't find any indicators for health risks. >> it doesn't necessarily mean you don't have any dna differenceeq$páájt)páed with th. >> i emigrated from vietnam, so i don't really know af÷3 lot ab my family history. how does that affect the results of this testxa away from this test? >> not knowing your family history means that you have a little bit less to go on. >> reporter: she sayse1 a key limitation of dna tests like this, the results are less sensitive for ñinon-white populations because there's not as much diversity in thee1 research. but if your test results show you have a higher risk of a certain condition,t( ancestry ss
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the brutal attack against an elderly san francisco woman a year ago stunned her family and neighbors, and now they're trying to rally the community in her name. yik oi huang died from her injuries friday after spending the last year in the hospital. nbc bay area's thom jensen reports from san francisco where the victim's family is now >> reporter: this is the last picture of 89-year-oldq yik oi huang, or huang popo aslp she's known, outside laguna honda hospital with her daughter a week ago. sheq died friday from injuries she suffered in a horrific attack at her neighborhood park january 8th. her daughter and granddaughter speaking publicly about herñi passing for the first time today. >> we're coping the best we can. it's hard definitely with the loss of my grandmother. >> reporter: 18-year-old key ann tay gath ron was arrested and charged with 16 counts including
attempted murder and elder abuse a week after thex attack. >> the da's office should be more vigorous in this prosecution. >> now communitylp leaders want the defendant charged with murder when he appeared in court monday xdmorning. >> i really think justice should prevaiauá5átuáq it's not only the grandmother suffer, her family suffer, we suffer. >> reporter: leaders of the chinese community and family and friends also want more policew3 protection in this neighborhood and others around the city that have aging populations. >> we need toeitrh better job as a city and come together to address these issues. >> reporter: huang popo's granddaughter has staged day-long sit-ins like this one three senior citizens were assaulted there. join her in another sit-in wednesday in memory of huang popo at the very location where her grandmother was attacked. >>ñi this is a community-buildi effort,ñi turning pain into purpose,q turning a tragedy int
an opportunity for transformation. >> reporter: in san francisco, thom jensen, nbc bay area news. there are plans to erect a assaulted as a sign th@v it's a place where neighbors can feel safe. an east bay man is still missing after disappearing eight months ago, but his family isn't giving up hope. 20-year-old jonathan hasn't bee] seen since may 3rd. today his familyñr passed outt( flyers in san leandro while increasing a reward to find him to $10,000. meanwhile investigators s-a&ched part ofwc/x san +leandro, hayw and san lorenzo.ñi-a a soccer tournament on may 3rd. on the san mateo bridge, but there was no sign of him. >> this has really been hard on my familye1 and i. it's a nightmare like you won't believe just knowing that one of your children is out there and you don't know what has happened to them, if they're hurt or
anything. it's just -- it's really hard. >> now if you have any information that could help with this case, oakland police want to hear from you. happening tomorrow, we expect to learn more aboutw3 th weekend's officer-involved shooting in san jose. a strange story. the police chief will be discussing yesterday's shooting at the arco gas station on quimby road. police say a man was trying to gas pump. when officers got there, the man charged at them with ek metal bar. that's when they shot him. the man's in the hospital. one officer was hurt but he's expected to be okay. of the escalatingxd tes.rjju between the united states and iran and iraq. today iran announced that it is pulling out of the 2015 nuclear deal with world powers. amount of uranium itok can stockpile. this on top of threats to retaliate for the killing of iran's top ge+7(al in an air strike in bagh