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going to be just those nice cooler temperatures. overall, we should be in for a fairly nice saturday, 51 degrees right now in the south bay. peninsula also in the 50s and out near san francisco, could be seeing some partly cloudy skies, maybe even some patchy fog. into the later part of the day, as we begin to track that storm system, it looks like it's sitting more off to the north but our overall highs for the south bay will be in the lower 70s. we have been seeing those 70s across the board and it looks like the east bay could be slightly cooler into those 60s. now, into the late evening hours, that's when we're going to start seeing that increase in cloud cover, especially under the peninsula. look at those lower 60s, half moon bay 64, and napa is really where we were tracking the possibility of some rain but it looks like the marin, maybe even mission could be seeing pop-up showers way late into the evening. as far as the north bay, the models aren't showing a great amount of rainfall but it could still bring up a few possibilities as we head into
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the late hours. i'll have more on that coming up in just a bit. >> looks like a good day. thank you so much. we begin this morning with developing story in east bay. at least eight people were shot in downtown oakland. less than a block away from city hall. officers say they responded to reports of multiple shots fired in that area. when they arrived to the scene, several people were suffering from gunshot wounds. there are reports that the fight began inside a nearby nightclub. again, eight people were shot, but no deaths have been reported. we will keep you updated with any new information as it comes into our newsroom. the alameda county district attorney will decide next week what charges may be filed against two people arrested in connection with the stabbing and burning death of an east bay woman. last night, family and friends held a vigil at the victim's home. 21-year-old karla ramirez segoviano was a volunteer for
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the sheriff's office. on thursday, her body was found burned and stabbed in an east oakland park. she was last seen dropping off her friend after dinner and a movie. >> blunt force trauma, multiple stab wounds, and it was apparent that she was suffering, like many of you have reported already, from some burn marks toward the upper portion of her body. >> police say the woman was taken into custody is believed to be a friend of the victim. the second suspect is a man. his relationship is unknown. we've been following every development of this story since it first broke on thursday morning. ing follow the latest details on our twitter feed or download our free nbc bay area app. a nursing student is in jail after police found hundreds of child pornography images on his computer. police arrested this man on campus thursday. investigators say he was uploading and saving images of children, some as young as 3 years old. police found several computer
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hard drives in his dorm room and then seized them. he faces several felony charges. a high school party at a well known party spot ends with one student in the hospital and another arrested. the two teens play football at a catholic high school in san francisco. "today in the bay' "today in the bay's" jean has more. >> the varsity football season ends on a sad note for sacred heart cathedral preparatory high school in san francisco. police say one player is in the hospital and another is facing criminal charges after a fight during a party at stern grove last weekend. >> so many bad things have happened to kids around alcohol. >> reporter: retired san francisco police lieutenant colleen was liaison to the superintendent of schools. she says stern grove is known as a teen party spot. >> i know that stern grove is popular on the weekends for high school students, has been for many years, there's a lot of drinking that takes place here. >> reporter: police say a 16-year-old player is in the
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hospital with a head injury and the 16-year-old who threw the punch is facings charges. their identitys are not being released because of their age. staff at sacred heart is not commenting but colleen says it's a horrible way for teens to learn about the dangers of alcohol. >> community really starts putting out the message that it's not permitable, it's not okay. it's dangerous. >> reporter: nbc bay area news. >> new details involving a cold case in the east bay. the feds are now digging for a body. the fbi and federal police have been searching for cynthia alonzo since she disappeared on thanksgiving in 2004. investigators have now been excavating an area near the port of oakland looking for evidence and also her body. our nbc chopper was overhead. even though her body was never found, her ex-boyfriend, eric, was convicted of second-degree murder in 2012. detectives are tracing the final days of a teenager. as we first reported thursday night, investigators determined
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the body found near a sonoma state parking lot is that of kurt kimberly. the 18-year-old had been reported missing two weeks ago. his childhood friend tells us it wasn't like kimberly to just take off. >> i don't know anyone that would want to hurt him. i hope that he just wasn't in pain. >> authorities say they're following several leads, but so far, no arrests have been made. kimberly's white bike that was last seen -- he was last seen riding has not been located. only one police officer will be charged in connection with the sexual misconduct scandal that rocked seven bay area police departments. yesterday, the d.a. said a former oakland police captain admitted to paying for sex with a young woman named jasmine. he will be charged with listing prostitution. after reviewing hours of lengthy interviews, the d.a. found that other sexual encounters between
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jasmine and several officers were consensual and did not involve the exchange of money or promises of help. >> it's unfortunate, this whole scandal is unfortunate in that it's painted, as many things do, can paint the whole industry in a bad light. >> jasmine came forward this summer alleging she slept with roughly 30 police officers in northern california starting when she was 16 years old working as a prostitute. now to a story we broke last night, take extra precautions and get back-up, that's what top commanders in san jose police department are telling beat cops after several violent weekends. san jose has seen a spike in gang crime. now officers are being told to wait for back-up when responding to a violent call. the alert also asked officers to patrol gang hot spots whenever possible to help prevent retaliation among gang members. still to come on "today in the bay," the race to the white house is coming down to the
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wire, how both candidates reached out to voters in all the important battleground states. and the raiders heading back into the national spotlight, the excitement ahead of the team's biggest game in years. bridgerom tasuresland(adl
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7:09, once again a live look outside. this is the bay bridge from treasure eeld. it's going to be a cooler day today but still a great day to get outside and enjoy your saturday. down to the wire, the final weekend push for the candidates and it brought out the stars on the campaign trail. both candidates reaching out to voters in very different ways. there are only three days left if you can believe it to election day, here's chuck copla with more on the campaign trail. >> reporter: cleveland, beyonce and jay z led a free concert to inspire the same high turnout that won ohio for barack obama twice. >> we have the opportunity to
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create more change. i want my daughter to grow ipsingup seeing a woman lead our country. >> when i see them here, this passion and energy and intensity, i don't even know where to begin, because this is what america is, my friends. >> reporter: in hershey, pennsylvania, supporters packed a rally for donald trump. >> i didn't have to bring j. lo or jay z, the only way she gets anybody. i'm here all by myself. >> reporter: earlier, clinton in michigan. >> just last year, he said again, it wouldn't have mattered if we'd rescued the auto industry or let it go bankrupt. >> reporter: and trump near cincinnati. >> a trump administration will renegotiate nafta and if we don't get the deal we want, we will terminate nafta. >> reporter: it has fueled a record turnout of early voters. in santa clara county. >> i think there's always a level of excitement on election
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day, but i would say this is a -- at least at the national level, a very important race, and i'm excited. >> reporter: chuck cop approximate ola, nbc bay area news. >> on election day, the nbc bay area investigative unit has your back. if you experience any problems at the polls, call our tip line, 844. >> nbc-vote. you can also file a complaint online on our website. we've also posted a link there to the voter bill of rights so you can check out your rights as a voter. that's at nbcbayarea.com. much more ahead on "today in the bay." coming up, raiders fans are gearing up for primetime. why some think sunday night football could lead the team to staying in oakland. nice skies for the start of your weekend forecast. plus i will have a look ahead at ha game day forecast for both the niners and the raiders coming up in just a bit. bridge om trsure land (adl)
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let's take a look outside.
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this is the bay bridge from treasure island. beautiful sight there. should be some good weather for all the fishermen that are heading out today and it's good news for crab lovers. crab season has officially started. the recreational season began at midnight and commercial fishermen will be watching closely because their season starts in two weeks, which is great news following last year's problems, as you can remember, in 2015, dungeness crab season was hit hard by elevated levels of domoic acid, and that caused the start of the season to be pushed back four months, costing commercial fishermen a lot of money. one of the biggest battles of the football season takes place this weekend in oakland. the raiders host the broncos and it's a rare primetime game for the raiders. this is a live look at the coliseum, quiet now, where the raider nation will be pumped up. those fans tell us a win at home may convince the raiders to call oakland home, sweet home, for good.
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>> reporter: sunday, football's finest face off in primetime. >> many people are saying the biggest game since the super bowl in 2002. >> reporter: the raiders take on defending super bowl champs, the denver broncos, with a 6-2 record, the raiders are on their way to their first winning season in 14 years, and fans think they have a great chance to beat the broncos. >> oh my god, i'm so nervous. i'll watch tv for a while and then i have to go in the other room and come back in. >> reporter: at ricky's. >> that is an unbelievable place. >> reporter: this father and son duo hail from florida but root for bay area teams. >> we were able to go to the warriors last night and saturday night we're going to see the sharks and pienguins. >> referee: they hope a win here at home could keep the raiders from moving to las vegas. >> they're the oakland raiders and that means so much. >> if you build it in las vegas, we won't go. >> reporter: save oakland sports is handing out 10,000 stay in
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oakland signs to fans on sunday. >> say look, mr. davis, we're the raider nation, we love your team, we love your family. but you need to stay in oakland and we'll see you around the stadium. >> reporter: nbc bay area news. >> coverage of the raiders continues in about 25 minutes from now. we'll catch up with quarterback derek carr and if you've been watching him play the last few games, you're probably not surprised his name is being brought up as a potential contender for the mvp award and as a reminder, you can watch the game right here on nbc bay area, the raiders taking on the broncos, kickoff is set for 5:30 and after the game, join us for a special edition of nbc bay area news and now everybody's wondering about the weather. sometimes this year it can be a little dicey. >> but it's looking pretty good out there. no rain, thankfully, which means if you have plans to go out to those big games, you should be okay. some slight cloud cover in the forecast but nice control temperatures right now in the
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south bay. san francisco also 55 and we are tracking some slightly cooler temperatures for today, your microclimates forecast today, lower 70s across the bay area, san jose topping out at about 72 degrees going up towards the east bay, we could be seeing some 60s, hey ward, 69, out near livermore, also staying in the 70s and out near the peninsula, this is where we could be seeing a lot of is that cloud cover because we are tracking a storm system. half moon bay about 64 degrees, staying about 3 to 7 degrees cooler that what we've seen over the past couple days. tonight, we should be staying in those 50s as well mission 62 degrees out near san francisco, the north bay, this is where they're going to have that better chance to see some slight showers but right now, the model's not showing much. let's go and take a look at our hour by hour forecast. overall, the biggest impact at about 9:30 is going to be is that cloud cover. you can see it in the south bay, san jose, out near napa, san
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francisco is really going to start seeing that cloud cover. fast forward to about 2:30 a.m., the majority of that storm system pushes off to the north so a lot of that rain that we were expecting out near napa and the north bay, it doesn't look like it's going to amount to much. it looks like we could be seeing the possibility of a few pop-up showers here and there. by sunday about 11:00. no rain really, things should be clearing out quite nicely. with this storm system, though, we do have a high surf advisory that has been extended until 7:00 a.m. tomorrow so if you have plans to be out there, we are expecting some pretty strong rip currents. you may want to head out, make t a later day. tomorrow it should be better unless you're a surfer. here's what everybody wants to know. at least for football fans, levi's stadium should be nice, clouds as early as 9:00, 10:00 a.m. should be overcast until about 11:00 a.m. that sunshine should be coming out and we should be warming up into the 70s. i know kickoff is at about 1:05
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so we should be good. what about that raiders game? no rain in sight but we could be seeing that cloud cover temperatures are going to stay fairly nice, in the 60s, i want to say a light sweater is going to do for all of those fans us there. 66 degrees by about 2:00 p.m., and into the later part of the day, we're going to stay in the 60s, cooling down to the 50s by about 8:00. now, don't forget, though, we do have daylight saving time, so remember to turn your clocks back one hour, check your smoke alarms, which means we are going to have an earlier sunrise at about 6:42 a.m. now, over the next seven days, we are tracking the 60s and of course late showers into tonight, partly cloudy skies on sunday, about 64 degrees, as we head into the inland area, we're also tracking the possibility, very slight at this point, thanks to the model, showing about 64 degrees by sunday, we should be clearing out with those patchy clouds, monday and tuesday, we're going to steer clear of that rain and we're going to be welcoming a lot of
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sunshine along with 70s in the forecast. overall, not too shabby. back to you. >> thank you. much more ahead on "today in the bay." coming up. >> when he says this, we have to help. we have to fix this. >> started with a simple question, how an 8-year-old's curiosity led to helping so many people. the answer is in this morning's bay area proud coming up. there aren't enough police officers to fill the ranks. when most of us make a mistake, we own up to it. but not madison nguyen. her vote to slash the san jose police budget was disatrous. one hundred officers were laid off. crime spiked twenty-seven percent. and when nguyen was warned her that cuts left police short-handed, she passed the buck. blamed the police for "spinning information out of control." mrs. nguyen, it's crime that's out of control.
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blaming others. risking our safety. madison nguyen is the wrong choice for assembly. peop who n't kw wh
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despite all of the wealth in the silicon valley, there are many people who don't know where their next meal is coming from, and many say that number is growing. but so also is the help. a local nonprofit is working to end hunger was started with a question from an 8-year-old boy to his father. "today in the bay's" garvin thomas has this morning's "bay area proud." >> reporter: not long after becoming a single dad, ewell sterner was concerned his youngest son was spending a bit too much time focused on his computer and video games. he wanted to shift his focus to the world, so took him
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volunteering. well, it wasn't just his son's focus that shifted. >> vikings will take over first and ten. >> reporter: it is the last high school football game in the career of number 11 for lynbrook high school casidy sterner. it's the kind of moment when a dad will reflect. >> that's going to make him feel good. >> reporter: hoping he's been a good influence on his son. though, ewell sterner will be the first to tell you it's casidy who inspired him to do something remarkable. it happened when casidy was just 8 and the pair were volunteering at a shelter in san diego. feeding the hungry and homeless. >> he literally said, dad, we have so much food at home. we have to help. we have to fix this. that was the entire genesis of hunger at home. >> reporter: hunger at home is the nonprofit ewell started back then and one he revived a few years ago after his arrival in
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silicon valley to run the san jose convention center for team san jose. >> the respark for me was seeing the abundance and the growth and seeing the tent communities growing into massive communities, getting to know individuals that were in need, thinking, this has to change. you've already seen what's in there. oh, my goodness. you're going to absolutely love it. >> reporter: with decades of experience in hotel food and beverage, ewell has always been familiar with the amount of surplus food that was available to help the hungry. >> say 4,000 to 5,000. >> reporter: but was ending up in the trash instead of on trays. >> so you have cobbler. >> reporter: hunger at home has changed that in a big way. contracting with the convention center, major hotels even levi's stadium, they are responsible for more than 2 million meals in just a few years being donated to san jose's martha's kitchen and the salvation army. >> we're now sharing resources. we're sharing supply.
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we're sharing an abundance of supply. >> reporter: ewell says amazing as hunger at home's success has been, it's still not enough to meet all the needs out there. if everyone just gave something, he believes, we could do amazing things, things all of our children would be proud of. >> for us as fathers and parents, if we're not being part of the solution, what are we teaching our children? >> reporter: the salvation army recently told ewell that because of hunger at home, they haven't had to spend any money in the past year on food, and all of that money could now be spent on case management. garvin thomas, nbc bay area news. >> that's a great story. much more ahead on "today in the bay." coming up, donald trump has taken a hard line on immigration, but new reports show his wife may have broken immigration laws. also, artists who have been driven out of their studios by
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let's go forward together. thank you all very much. (adli 7:28 on this saturday morning, a live look outside the bay bridge from treasure island looks like a beautiful start to the first weekend in november. good morning, and thanks for joining us. i'm michelle roberts joined with vianey arana with a look at your forecast. it looks like a beautiful day out so far. is that going to sustain? >> so far, looking pretty good. like you said for the first weekend of november, not too bad, we're not really feeling the cold, maybe cooler temperatures, yes, but we are expecting to see those early morning clouds kind of make an exit before we start seeing the arrival of more cloud cover into the evening hours as we are tracking the possibility of some rain but it looks like those rain chances are going down by the hour. that system does seem to stick to the north, partly cloudy skies in san francisco, overall our highs for today will remain
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in those 60s. we are expecting a very light breeze, 70s overall in the south bay. along the east bay, we could be seeing upper 60s and we are expecting to have slightly cooler temperatures really through the remainder of the weekend ahead so it's not going to be too bad in terms of being cold, but it's also not going to be hot. really nice temperatures to be outside. i know a lot of people are heading out to football sunday, so i will have a look ahead at what exactly you can expect going into tomorrow. >> football weather. okay. thank you so much. we begin this morning with a developing story in the east bay. at least eight people were shot in downtown oakland. police say it happened just after midnight in the area of 14th and broadway, less than a block away from city hall. officers say they responded to reports of multiple shots fired in that area. when they arrived to the scene, several people were suffering from gunshot wounds. there are reports that the fight began inside a nearby nightclub. again, at least eight people were shot, but no deaths have been reported. we will keep you updated with any new information as it comes
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into our newsroom the alameda district attorney will decide next week what charges will be filed against two people. last night, family and friends held a vigil at the victim's home. 21-year-old karla ramirez segoviano was a volunteer for the sheriff's office. on thursday, her body was found burned and stabbed in a park in east oakland. she was last seen dropping off a friend after dinner and a movie. >> blunt force trauma, multiple stab wounds. and it was apparent that she was suffering, like many of you have reported already, from some burn marks toward the upper portion of her body. >> police say the woman who was taken into custody is believed to be a friend of the victim. the second suspect is a man, his relationship is unknown. we've been following every development of this sry since it first broke thursday morning. you can follow the very latest details on our twitter feed or you can download our free nbc bay area app.
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three days from now, we will have a new president. it's hard to believe. and with the race tightening, both campaigns are getting even more personal and even more negative. hillary clinton has a narrow lead in the polls but donald trump has a shot. if he can turn all of the toss-up states red, it could create a tie of 269 electoral votes each, which is one short of a win. the candidates are campaigning in several states and hitting hard on the issue of character. >> and think about what it would mean to entrust the nuclear codes to someone with a very thin skin. >> she's likely to be under investigation for a long time, concluding in a criminal trial. >> there is no foundation for trump's claim. president obama campaigning in north carolina for mrs. clinton, urging the crowd to be respectful after a protester with a trump sign interrupted him.
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>> first of all, we live in a country that respects free speech. second of all, it looks like maybe he might have served in our military, and we got to respect that. >> and president finally said, don't boo, just vote. an immigration issue for donald trump and it involves his wife, melania. according to detailed documents given to the associated press, mrs. trump was paid more than $20,000 for ten modeling jobs in '96. this happened seven weeks before she had legal permission to work in the country. during this campaign, mr. trump has taken a hard stance on immigration laws and those who violate them. california has met a legal deadline to switch to a new drug to carry out death row executions. it comes just days before voters decide whether to do away with the death penalty. on tuesday, you can cast your vote for two propositions involving the death sentence. one would end it. the other would speed up
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appeals, shortening the time inmates spend challenging their convictions and sentence in court. we've heard the stories of artists in san francisco being pushed out for new developments. now, artists are taking the fight to the ballot box. joe risotto shows us how some believe it could slow down new construction. >> i combine painting, drawing, print making, and collage to create imaginary worlds of childhood. >> reporter: every artist will tell you, one of the most important components of art is a place to make art. >> i need studio space in order to do a large format work, messy work, smelly work. >> reporter: over the last few years, san francisco artist sharon has watched fellow artists lose their studio spaces to development and changing uses. >> the arts community has been devastated. the mission used to be filled with large studio buildings filled with artists. >> reporter: now artists are attempting to fight back at the ballot box.
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prop x on the november ballot would force developers until the south of market and mission district to build replacement space fz they remove things like production facilities, autoshops, child care centers, and art spaces. >> prop x is the first step to demanding that developers replace at least some of the cultural spaces and the blue-collar jobs that they're displacing. >> reporter: the wave of evictions and loss of cultural space has sparked battles across the city with many calling rampant development the death of san francisco's culture. >> yeah, i was in an art space in south of market. >> reporter: artist flora davis worked for 26 years in the soma artist studios on bryant until it closed last year. >> most of the people out of 43 artists, i think maybe about a third of us found a place. >> reporter: the recent closure of the south of market art facility sell space is what many call the face of prop x.
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the entire block is set to be torn down and replaced with housing. while peter collin of the san francisco housing action coalition understands the emotional issue, he says prop x is the wrong way to fix it. >> i think it's a terrible idea to ask voters to make complex land use decisions on issues that haven't been analyzed. >> reporter: collins says requiring developers to replace lost space will set back new housing construction in the city. >> but it will make projects infeasible. on the margin, it will certainly make more housing much more difficult to build. >> reporter: stur fears losing her own art space says the ballot may be the last hope for the arts. >> it will immediately put the brakes on this ship heading toward an iceberg. >> reporter: nbc bay area news. >> well, it's 7:35. much more ahead on "today in the bay." coming up, one of the biggest games for the raiders in the last 14 years, and they are led by one of the nfl's rising stars. we will hear from derek carr next.
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let's take a live look outside the oakland coliseum will be rocking tomorrow night. it's sunday night football, and national audience will be watching when the raiders take on the denver broncos. the first place raiders are off to their best season since 2002. rising star derek carr is one of the reasons why the silver and black are back. "today in the bay's" collin rush has more from the team's headquarters in alameda. >> raiders win! >> reporter: the franchise record 513 yards passing last season, more important for derek carr, the third year quarterback has led the silver and black to a perfect 5-0 start on the road for the first time since 1977 and the rest of the league has taken notice. >> it's cool to see it paying off.
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you know, but there's still so much on my mind and in my heart that i want to do and get better at. >> reporter: carr, the first to down play potential individual accolades and teammates say that's who he is. >> i don't believe there's such thing as a mid-season mvp or anything like that but if he keeps playing well, at the end of the season, we'll definitely see. >> we have bigger goals than several goals, we're trying to make it to the playoffs and i'm sure d.c. would tell you the same thing. it's bigger than us. it's about we. and i know it makes him feel good that his name is being discussed in the mvp race but i'm sure he'll tell you that it's about the team, seeing how far we can take this thing. >> reporter: his favorite target? amari cooper. he's seen the evolution firsthand. >> he says, man, it's so much easier if i knew what i know now last year i would be picking defenses apart so i think it's a maturity and i think he sees things quicker. >> reporter: now, can he keep it going against one of their arch
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rivals this sunday night? in alameda, collin resh, nbc bay area. >> well, kickoff is 5:30 tomorrow night right here on nbc bay area. and after the game, join us for a special primetime edition of nbc bay area news. well, the warriors are a work in progress. fans expect some ups and downs as the team gets used to playing with free agent acquisition kevin durant. last night was a down night. the warriors in l.a. taking on the lakers. former assistant coach is the new lakers head coach. the dubs are really never in this one. los angeles controlled the game from the start. the lakers win 117-97 and one more note, no three pointers for steph curry and that ends his 157-game streak of hitting three-pointers. an estimated 5 million people flooded the streets of chicago yesterday for a parade in the city. they've waited 108 years for this. people came in from all over the midwest. the seven-mile parade route started at wrigley field, down
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the miracle mile, and ended at grant park. the team even sang their victory song together and of course they did. ♪ go cubs go ♪ hey, chicago, what do you say, the cubs are going to win today ♪ >> that's going to be in our heads now. the timing was perfect. friday was already a scheduled day off for public schools. as a chicago native, it brings me joy to see that sight. much more ahead on "today in the bay" coming up. >> we want to know how it's going to be fixed and who's going to pay for it and it certainly isn't going to be us. >> we investigate san francisco's sinking tower and uncover why taxpayers could end up paying to fix the problem. >> a few clouds adorning the san jose stay skooi and temperatures remain in the 50s. we're talking cooler temperatures plus a look ahead at your football sunday forecast coming up in just a bit.
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want a great way to help our children thrive? then be sure to vote yes on proposition 55. prop 55 doesn't raise taxes on anyone. instead, it simply maintains the current tax rate on the wealthiest californians to prevent education cuts that would hurt our kids. no wonder prop 55 is endorsed by the california pta, teachers and educators. because all of us want to help our children thrive. it's time to vote yes on proposition 55.
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good morning, bay area. we've made it to saturday, and we can expect overall a pretty nice day ahead. early morning clouds adorning the skies for both the south bay peninsula, temperatures in the 50s with some patchy fog in the forecast, also out near san francisco, temperatures will remain in those 50s. but we will be experiencing some slightly cooler temperatures today, anywhere between 3 to 7 degrees cooler than what we saw yesterday. here are you microclimate forecasts, highs for today. out near san jose, 72, 71 degrees for the south bay as we head into the east bay, we are going to pop out into the upper 60s, out near oakland, 67 degrees, fremont, 70 degrees and livermore, 71 degrees. looking ahead to the peninsula, this is what we could be seeing, a slight possibility of some showers into the overnight hours thanks to a cold front but temperatures, not a big drop, 64 degrees along the half moon bay, palo alto at about 69. san francisco, staying in those upper 50s for the outer sunset
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and near mission, 62 degrees, and for the north bay, this is where we were tracking the better chance of rain. it looks like that cold front is moving more along the north so we're not going to rule it out completely but it looks like those rain chances are less likely as we head into the overnight hours. napa in the 70s so let's go out and track that storm system, taking a look to the our weekend, hour by hour forecast. the majority of the day, we should be seeing partly cloudy skies with a few moments of sunshine. but by about 9:30 p.m., we're going to see some large cloud cover all down to san jose, palo alto, san mateo, san francisco, and also out near oakland, we're expecting to see sierra, very cloudy skies. looking ahead at 2:30, that cold front is expected to make its arrival as early as 10:00 is really going to push off to the north so not going to see much rain. now by about 7:30, 9:00 a.m. could still see a few pockets along the north bay but sunday, could be seeing more cloud cover than what you see for today.
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so tomorrow, we're not really expecting any rain. the biggest change into tomorrow is going to be less sun, maybe a slight warm-up in temperatures but not by much, maybe 2 to 3 degrees w. that cold front, we are currently with a high surf advisory, this has been in place for the past couple days but it has been extended to 7:00 a.m. on sunday so we could be seeing some pretty strong rip currents out trayvon marthere so if you to head out to a game, pretty nice football weather. 9:00 a.m., we're talking 52 degrees, fast forward along kickoff time, temperatures will remain in the lower 60s warming up to 68 degrees and of course that raider game, everybody wants to know, what they can look forward to, well, you're not going to need an umbrella, maybe just a light sweater. at kickoff team, slightly chillier as you're leaving the game but don't forget to turn those clocks back one hour. it's also a good time to check your smoke alarms.
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we are going to be in daylight saving time. now here's a look at your seven day forecast. late showers. keep that in the forecast although the models aren't really showing much activity. as we head into sunday, pare pare, seeing those overcast skies into the middle of the week is when we're really going to start clearing out nicely, monday the start of your workweek inland is going to be warm temperatures, back into the 70s, before we see a slight rain chance make its return into the bay area by friday. but overall, this weekend, we're just talking cooler temperatures and partly cloudy skies. >> much more ahead on "today in the bay." coming up, we investigate san francisco's sinking tower and uncover why taxpayers could end up paying to fix the problem. the luxy ter isinkin--and aning-
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the luxury tower is sinking and leaning. among the questions now, who pays to fix it. our investigative unit has uncovered documents that taxpayers might be on the hook. investigative reporter jackson van der beacon tells us that millennium developers blame the transit center next door for their sinking issues. >> reporter: frank lives with his husband, andrew, on the 50th floor of the sinking and tilting millennium tower. he says not much is being done to fix the problem. >> it doesn't help us at all to know why it happened. we want to know how it's going to be fixed and who's going to
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pay for it and it certainly isn't going to be us. >> reporter: but learning why it is sinking may be the key to figuring out who pays to fix it. even before it was completed in 2009, san francisco's millennium tower had started sinking. it also had begun lifting. the tower has now sunk at least 16 inches and is leaning at least 2 inches at the base. but the public only learned of the problem earlier this year. nbc bay area's investigative unit has discovered this easement agreement from 2008. it put taxpayers in line to pay the bill for the sinking building if the trans-base center nearby contributes to its problems. other documents show that as far back as 2010, millennium developers had warned that the trans-bay authority's proposal to build an underground wall between the two projects could make the sinking problem worse. in a november 2010 letter, millennium expressed concern about the $58 million wall.
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the letter suggests trans. >> bay's own consultant believed the wall could lead the tower to settle nonuniformly. millennium said that would be enough to cause damage. they wanted trans-bay to redesign the wall at the time. they acknowledge that nothing was done. in a statement to nbc bay area, transbay officials flatly deny their consultant predicted the wall could lead to uneven settlement. the agency won't talktous. instead, they reiterated that the millennium's issues are because its foundation is faulty and not tied to bedrock. geotechnical engineer and consultant agrees, saying the wall may have made things worse but the millennium's foundation is the root problem. >> the wall on the transit center has done a good job of stabilizing it, but they didn't -- nobody put a wall on the other side of the building.
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so, that's why it's leaning. it's, to me, it's not a big mystery. >> reporter: back at the tower, andrew faulk believes millennium deserves most of the blame. he says the developers kept homeowners in the dark while insisting the building was perfectly safe in a quake. >> it's hard to believe how callus they were with human life when they designed and constructed this building. i mean, what were they thinking? >> reporter: carp believes the critical area was millennium's decision to use a foundation designed for a lighter steel building. but ultimately, millennium opted to build the tower out of heavier concrete. >> you could run a one-page calculation and figure out that this foundation was too spindly. >> reporter: jackson vaeshd, nbc bay area news. >> if you have a tip for our investigative unit, give us a call or send us an e-mail. uber and lyft are facing
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some heat in washington. after a recent study found drivers discriminate against people of color. congressman barbara of oakland and other caucus members want to know what the companies will do to ensure fairness for all riders. stanford university participated in the study which found that customers are african-american sounding names waited twice as long as customers whose names sounded white. blacks also had a much higher rate of drivers canceling on them. both companies say they do not condone any type of discrimination. much more ahead on "today in the bay." coming up, our clear the shelters segment featuring our friends from pets in need. the best of the part of the day. these guys are really cute and we'll learn about them in just a minute. the time is long overdue... pharmaceutical industry. passes - the ballot.
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it is time for the pharmaceutical industry to stop ripping off the people of this country. the entire nation is looking at california. let's go forward together. thank you all very much. this morning, our clear the shelters segment featuring our friends from pets in need. first we'll start with the humans, alexa and barbara are
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here. this is chandler. look how cute this guy is. they're very small. they seem like they're great temperament. what's the story? >> i believe they came from the hollister humane society, so our shelter manager goes and rescues them so we got them probably about a month old. and then barbara here, she's one of our foster moms so she actually has them for a few weeks so she knows them really well. >> i think chandler misses you. >> they're really sweet, very smart puppies. >> so tell us about fostering. i know it's a big commitment, but you're looking for some help. >> yes. >> what? >> it's a big commitment and it is work. i'm not going to, you know, but it's so rewarding. and you get to learn their personalities and watch them grow and develop and it's just a lot of fun. >> and so these guys, you're looking for a permanent home. >> yes. >> can you hear him? he wants a home. there we go. >> our shelter and so if anyone's interested, come on by. they're the greatest puppies.
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>> they really are. >> the best personalities, best temperaments. >> this one wants to play. and i know thanksgiving is a time to push. you don't want to encourage people to take home pets for christmas time if they're not ready for them but people want to bring pets in this time of year. >> exactly. and part of what we're doing for thanksgiving, our pawfully thankful this month, we're giving thanks to everyone in our shelter, donors, volunteers and then this week, we kind of focused on fostering, so our foster moms like barbara, we're really thankful because without them, we wouldn't be able to, you know, give these guys the socialization they need. >> well, thanks so much for coming and chandler is crying for a place to go home to. so sweet and we're told that chandler is the boss and ross is just the follower. >> mellow. >> thank you guys so much for coming and bringing these guys for us. you can find more about the pets in need on their website, pets in need.org and we'll see you guys tomorrow morning. don't forget to turn your clocks back.
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