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killed a woman as she walked with her family over the weekend. 53-year-old ho sk sein tabrizi said he barreled on a sidewalk and plowed two women down. nbc bay area's jodi hernandez talks to the woman who injured his wife. she's still in the hospital. jodi, this is a horrible time for that family. >> reporter: jessica, it's tough to imagine what this family is going through. that family was walking down this sidewalk when tragedy struck. can you see teddy bears and flowers mark the spot where this crash happened. now, i had a chance today to talk to the young man who lost his mother here, and tonight is at the hospital bedside of his critically injured wife. >> it all happened so fast. >> reporter: that's how casey hahn describes the tragic crash that left his mother dead and his wife fighting for her life.
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he says his 53-year-old mom sherry hicks and his step dad were visiting from santa barbara. they were walking home from starbucks wrapping up what he describes as a wonderful day. >> it should be a great day, first time i saw my mom in three months since i graduated coll e college. >> reporter: but just a block from home the unthinkable happened. police say 53-year-old hossein tabrizi drove his truck up on to the sidewalk striking hann's mother and his 23-year-old wife shane hahn. >> he was speeding. he came directly at us. there was no time to move, and i saw his eyes before he killed my mom. >> reporter: while it's unclear what led to the crash, nbc bay area has learned tabrizi has been in trouble before. he was convicted of dui in 2005 and of being drunk in public that same year. he was also convicted of petty
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theft in 2007 and now he faces vehicular manslaughter charges. >> i hope there's some justice in this world, and i hope he can understand my suffering, hoping to understand just like he had with our family as a hole. >> reporter: casey hahn is now left to grieve for his mother and bray his newlywed wife pulls through. >> going to be better because she's strong and has never given up on anything in her life before. >> reporter: shane hahn remains in critical condition tonight and is in intensive care with a breathing tube but her family is sure she will pull through. the suspect is behind bars on one count of vehicular manslaughter and it's unclear when he'll be formally charged. reporting live in wall mutt week, i'm jodi hernandez, nbc "bay area news." >> jodi, thank you. a silent and moving tribute to the chp officer killed in the
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line of duty. ladder trucks from contra costa fire were carrying the body of the fallen officer. the route was lined as the body left the medical examiner's office headed for a funeral home in knapp. the officer was removed from life support last week after he was shot during a traffic stop on 680 near alamo. >> some of the people that were on that zone and treated the officer are here today, and this is part of a healing process with him as well for him to come here and honor him like they are here with the trucks in san ramon. >> reporter: a memorial service is thursday morning at the mission church in vacaville. >> investigators say the 67-year-old was killed blocks
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from the headquarters. the shooting marked the city's first homicide this year. >> christopher maffei faced the judge for the first time, the bay area father accused of kidnapping his two young children from their grandmother's home in south san francisco and sweeping them on to a stolen yacht. maffei is charged with eight felonies. he did not entry plea, but he did speak. maffei claims he was simply taking his home where they had been abused. the judge quickly cut him off for legal purposes. today's arraignment comes three days after the coast guard rescued the children from that yacht off the monterey coast. the children had been reunited with their mother. >> tomorrow, family, friend and neighbors from lafayette will come together to mourn the death of college student brett olson. fisherman found the 20-year-old's body near chico. not far from where he was last seen on labor day. a candlelight vigil will be held tuesday night at his alma mater. today counsellors were on hand
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to meet with student and staff struggling to cope with that loss. >> it's awful. i mean, it's the worst thing that can happen to a parent and to a community so our community has really taken a -- an emotional toll because brett was so loved, and he's been such a -- he was so involved in our school. >> olson was a student at cal poly san luis obispo but in the chico area when he disappeared tubing down the river in an annual event. thousands of people helped search for him and a massive media effort kept his name in the news. a final plea for his political future. ross mirkarimi is asking for his official misconduct case to be postponed until after the november election. mirkarimi says having the board of supervisor decide his fate while up for re-election would deprive him of a fair hearing because of the political pressure. the ethics commission is
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expected to consider the request tomorrow, but city attorney's office, which is representing mayor ed lee, opposes any sort of delay. mayor lee suspended the sheriff from office in march after he pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges stemming from a fight with his wife that left her with a bruised arm. mirkarimi has apologized, and both he and lopez say the incident has been completely overblown. as of now, the san francisco board of supervisors is expected to decide within the next month whether mirkarimi should keep or lose his job. >> vallejos interim police chief is expected to address his community this hour. this comes after a series of officer-involved sheetings. officers have fired on suspects seven times since may and in five of those incidents the suspect died. the latest happened on september 4th when 23-year-old mario romeo was shot outside his wife. officers say he was reaching for something which ended up being a pellet gun.
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the oversight board is being addressed at tonight's special meeting. >> a new season, new coach and new security. the raid remembers kick off their season tonight on "monday night football," but it's not all fun and games. there are serious concerns about safety and fan violence. let's bring in arturo santiago. the fans now are getting into the stadium with new security. >> the tailgate is still going strong but more and more people are starting to make their way in the stadium. stadium security has taken center stage this year. the raider organization has taken measure to keep their fans same and trying to enhance the raider experience to do it. this is raider nation. >> we have the best barbecue hear. >> reporter: we're back, baby and miss you guys. not as much as you miss us. >> the raiders organization is welcoming back its fans, and it's trying to get as many is of
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them as possible to enter the stadium early. there are contacts and giveaways and a pre-game show. nfl stadiums are now equipped with magnetometers to make entry faster and easier. >> they have added new measures to make it as safe and fun family environment for everyone. >> reporter: the families are here and so are the true diehard raider fanatics. >> confident, football will begin in the black hole. >> reporter: they are here for the season opener for "monday night football," for celebrity raider fan ice cube, for gene simmons of kiss singing the national anthem. >> i haven't heard how he's going to come out, but if he comes out in gear, this stadium is absolutely going to erupt out here. >> i love "monday night football." ice cube is my favorite rapper. i love him. >> this could be the recipe for a wild night of football. >> excuse me, raider football. >> raiders! >> reporter: also new this year,
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stadiums are required to postpone text numbers for stadium security outside and inside of the venues. that's part of the -- what's called the improving personal safety at stadiums act that was signed by the governor last week. live at the coliseum, i'm arturo santiago, nbc "bay area news." >> a spirited fan base, to say the least. they have admitted the mistakes in the chevron refinery fire and the air quality investigation. now, what's being done to fix the problem? plus, solving crimes faster. a new tool being unveiled this week in the south bay. i'm scott budman. games, guitars, gadgets and health care. coming up, we'll take you inside the bay area's biggest startup event for a look at where may be working next. and good evening. i'm jeff ranieri in the nbc bay area weather center. temperatures starting to drop near san francisco down to the south bay but holding on to some warm weather in the east bay. 84 in livermore, and headed out to the raiders game tonight,
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it have could have been much worse but fire destroyed a detached garage near san jose state university. fire reported at the home on 11th street near st. john this morning. officials believe the fire started at an outlet which had a chainsaw plugged in. the owner was outside trimming some trees. the fire was out in 20 minutes, and there were no injuries. the garage though is a total loss, and there is minor damage to the kitchen. half of san jose's medical marijuana dispensaries are not paying taxes, and this week the city council will discuss whether that should be grounds to shut them down. the city's finance department claims 80 of the city's 158 dispensaries rarely, if ever, pay the voter-mandated marijuana tax. there's not much of a penalty for non-payment, and several council members want to change
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that. on wednesday the council will discuss amending the municipal code to allow the city to revoke the licenses of tax-delinquent businesses, marijuanaor otherwise. sweeping changes in california's classrooms being proposed during a task force report from the state department of education. in a sacramento news conference, researchers propose sweeping changes in the way teachers are recruited, trained, evaluated and developed. co-chair of the task force, a professor at stanford. >> this is the first time in a generation that we've really taken stock what have it will take to produce a world class teaching force. we've just adopted world class standards for kids, the common course standards. we're ratcheting up our expectations for what children will learn. we have to raecht up our expectations as well for what teachers and school principals will be able to do. >> some of the proposals include new programs to help teachers early in their careers. another possibility requires teachers to get advanced schooling by tying it to renew
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afl their teaching certificate. no more mystery meat. today was meatless monday for students in pleasanton. the school is taking part in a national movement to eliminate meat. today was day one. in the midst of a slowing national economy, consumer confidence in california is the highest it's been in five years. the survey done by chapman university shows the consumer confidence jumped five points since the second quarter. the index now clocks in at 94.2, up from 89 during the second quarter. chapman said the index has been steadily climbing since it fell to 57.6 during the second quarter of 2008. officials say any number below 100 suggests there's more pessimism in california than optimists, but the trend, they say, is moving in the right direction. >> speaking of confidence, confidence is very low tonight in a wednesday server company that before today was known for
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those racy ads of theirs, especially on super bowl sunday. nbc bay area business and tech reporter scott budman joins us with big trouble for godaddy. >> today was not a good day for godaddy or the 5,000 businesses relying on its webber is vice verse. the website hosting company for reasons still being investigated was offline today taking the mostly small businesses it serves down with it. many of those businesses unable to sell anything online. godaddy says it's looking into why the service went down in the first place. more pain for hewlett-packard, the palo alto tech giant says it will lay off 2,000 more people as it cuts back to save money. hp now says it plans to cut 29,000 workers which october of next year instead of the previously announced 27,000. and while business is tough for very big companies struggling to find profits in a shrinking pc market, startups are hot, especially startups here in the bay area where there's lots of funding, lots of
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job openings and no shortage of idea. ♪ roxanne, you don't have to put on your red light ♪ >> you know the tech industry is strong when startups of all kinds get funded. >> it's freestyle, so it's actually a musical instrument suitable for anyone, even if you have very little or no experience playing guitar. >> reporter: here at the tech-sponsored disrupt. >> basically a pandora for mobile games. >> reporter: we met dozens of startup companies looking to disrupt the status quo, raising money while raising interest. >> i think it's a great time to start a company. >> reporter: companies like ditto which takes your photo via an ipad and sets you up with a wide selection of eyeglasses which you can then order from the tablet. >> it's an environment that's very supportive, and we have people all the time coming to us with connections, leads, and so that makes it really great environment to do it here. >> these games are awesome.
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>> reporter: the game genome project is a startup. using your own gaming preferences to help you discover new ways to play. and like all of these companies, some of which traveled halfway around the globe to get here, it came to silicon valley to be where the action is. >> this is a place because of the synergy and energy, can you see it around the room here. any time is a good time. you've got to be mentally ready for it. it's a trudge. it takes a long time. >> reporter: so bring your patience and your skills and who knows your company might be the next big thing. >> tech crunch disrupts continue tomorrow. among those scheduled to speak, facebook ceo mark zuckerberg. >> b.a.r.t. is adding more trains to the weekday service on the richmond-milbury line. four more trains will be run in each direction until 8:00. they will run every 7 minutes
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instead of every 15 minute this. will help passengers on other lines by increasing the number of trains serving san francisco. b.a.r.t. set a weekday ridership record just last month. while lineup is up for the 26th bridge school benefit concert. this concert takes place on the weekend of october 20th. guns 'n roses will hit the bridge school stage for the first time ever. the retooled act features axl rose as singer and jack white will headline as well as singer and pianist sarah mclam lan. steve martin will also take the stage. tickets, by the way, go on sale on friday. >> if jeff rain ri could forecast october 20th weather, that would be phenomenal. >> i'm already over it. >> we need to make an excellent forecast for that. we'll see what we can do on that
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one. also in our seven-day forecast coming up, but an incredible way to start off this monday and it's hard to get going and get the kids back to school and back to work, but this weather did not disappoint. 90 degrees in livermore. one of the warmest. weather watcher steve calling in 86 and 8 san jose and 82 in los gatos and 84 in red roodt city and cooler in san francisco with 60s, and we have numbers dropping off to the 60s here for a lot of the peninsula with a slight onshore wind, but back in the interior valleys, northwesterly wind proving to keep us a little bit warmer at this hour. let's take you out to the hd sky camera network right now and you'll notice a lot of blue skies. haze out here in san jose, temperatures increasing with five to ten degrees and out in san francisco, a little bit of fog, major fog event. however, if you're headed anywhere across the peninsula, you'll need the jacket. let's get you a view of the satellite radar picture. this time last week we were talking about humidity, possible
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showers and thunderstorms, but right now we're storm-free. not only in the pacific, but throughout most of california. we'll have to get through a little bit of fog as we head throughout tuesday. not going to be a total fog-out but clouds for the north bay, immediate coastline and down the santa cruz mountains, and by all acounts we see the fog pushing back for a lot of sunshine for your tuesday afternoon. that will mean this for your temperatures for the tuesday. mid-70s by the bay and also plenty of sunshine and mid to upper 80s expected for the interior valleys. we'll have more, raj and jess, coming up in the seven-day forecast, and when those 90s look to stick around. >> jeff, we'll see you shortly. >> great. >> timing is everything. >> still ahead, the incredible rescue off the central coast after a plane plunges into the water. >> and they are paid to represent taxpayers, but as our investigative unit uncovers, there's serious questions about just what we're being billed for. our investigation in just moments. [ woman ] dear chex cereal,
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former alameda county supervisor will be allowed to see her son as long as her husband is present. an orange county judge made that decision in drug and endangerment charges that lockyer is facing after her arrest on august 29th. she pled not guilty to shows charges. police found her to be under methamphetamine in the presence of her 9-year-old son. her estranged husband bill lockyer agreed to let her visit their son but only in his company. lockyer is out on condition she remain in a drug treatment if a sglilt tonight in our investigative unit report, board members for the bay area's biggest water district were paid to the ten events that appear to have nothing to do with water. jenna. >> the directors of the santa clara water district don't get the salary but they were
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investigated to see what kind of meetings they are putting on the taxpayer tab. >> and if it shows it will be a benefit to me, i will attend. >> take a look at types of meetings they are asking you to pay for. director patrick roy charged them to attend the chamber of commerce awards, the engineering banquet awards and a lunar new year celebration. >> water issues were discussed at all of those. >> water issues were not discussed. they get good representation. >> meet director richard santos? he's not part of your district though? >> no. >> he's talking about a meeting with san jose city councilman pete constant. >> do you feel that you should have charged $300 to meet with them? >> it wasn't $300. >> $298.27. >> he stayed 30 minute t.cost taxpayers nearly 300 bucks.
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the thing is santos district doesn't include san jose. >> i think the board members work pretty hard. it's a challenging job. >> the water district ceo says it's important for directors to make a connection to the community by attending events because they are the ones who set policy. he also says everying the district does is transparent. >> i assume they are discussing district business and issues related to water. >> if the gist of the discussion is not at all about water issues, i would question why you would be in attendance. >> tonight at 11:00, we ask the directors exactly what was discussed at those meetings, and why one director says he's underpaid. that's tonight on nbc "bay area news" at 11:00. >> we'll see you then. if you have a tip for our investigative unit, give us a call at 888-992-tips or send us an e-mail directly to
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in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah, blah, blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playroom. no, we had to watch movies in the den because that's where the tv outlet was. and if dad was snoring on the couch, we muscled through it. is she for real? your generation has it made. [ male announcer ] the wireless receiver. only from at&t u-verse. get a free wireless receiver with a qualifying u-verse plan. rethink possible. a new crime fighting weapon for san jose police, and can you have it now at your fingertip. the department will unveil a state of the art online system for victims of non-violent crimes. nbc bay area damian trujillo joins us at police department headquarters where the new system will replace the old one by next week. >> reporter: it was actually slated for today, but the
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switchover has now, as you mentioned, been moved over to next week, as you mentioned also it replaces the old system which really isn't working for some people. andrew kuntz would much rather be in front of his computer downloading his police report but instead he's in line at police headquarters. >> someone crashed into my vehicle while it was parked on the side of the road. >> reporter: san jose police are about to unveil a new system where victims are supposed to unveil new violent crimes. they will also be able to download that report. >> if it was online, it would be much easier to request. i think we're all in line for the report. >> reporter: when he parked several cars on the avenue two weeks ago, some victims were told to file a report online in the old system that. same system has been frustrating ron cardinale who can't get his report to go through after a smash-and-grab burglar took his
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wife's purse from the car. >> took him 15 minutes to go there and we just get error messages. >> reporter: police say they tested the system repeatedly and it's working just fine. beginning next week they will move into the new system by a sam ramon system called cop log logic. >> the engine was on fire in my car. >> reporter: that type of crime is not reportable on the old or new system because there was violence involved. the new technology should make it easier for victims of vandalism and threat to get their paper work filed and to give people like andrew kuntz back his lunch here. even with the old system or upcoming new system you can only report some non-violent crimes online. for instance, if you're the victim of a home burglary, a police officer has the response to your home.
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damien trujillo, nbc "bay area news." >> busted for booze for teens. police arrested him after an underage drinking thing on friday. police say roger bloom bought alcohol for a teen acting as a decoy who was offering beer outside a liquor store. bloom is a 22-year fire fighting veteran and was one of seven people allegedly caught in that operation. >> today community groups were told about mistakes that were made by air quality officials and notifying the public about the dangerous pollution. all five agencies investigating last month's fire in richmond gave updates at the meeting. a spokesperson for the air quality management district initially reported all air samples were below state exposure levels. turns out one was above and within the normal range of what they see in the bay area. system is set up for everyday
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testing. >> it's not set up, the emergency incident like the chevron fire. >> we are looking at monitoring cape abilities, in the only around chevron but other refineries making sure we've got consistent level of monitoring. >> reporter: looking at new technologies activists say more realtime information would help residents react quicker in the case of emergency. ininvestors will address the city council tomorrow. two men are safe tonight after the single-engine stalled and they were forced to crash land the plane on the water. this is footage of the rescue caught by the u.s. coast guard crew that made the daring saves. the crew was running out of fuel and had just three minutes to save the man in his 70s and his adult son and that wasn't the only risk that they were taking.
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>> the aircraft rolled over to the left and saying shortly there after. >> had you been any later. >> had we been any later it's very possible that those two would have died last night. >> the two men were also saved by the high-stress beacon on board that send a strong beacon to the satellite t.provided a location of the vessel and also who owned it and the latest phone number to contact. >> border patrol arrests are at an all-time low. it's been difficult to fill planes and justify the cost to fill illegal mexican immigrants back home after they were caught entering the united states. the decision to halt those flights ends a seven-year experiment that cost taxpayers nearly 100 million. government officials say a more cost effective version of those flights may resume but not this year. chicago teachers walked off the job this morning leaving the parents of 400,000 kids
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scrambling. teachers aren't striking over pavement they earn an average of $76,000 a year. they are unhappy with mayor rahm emanuel's push to cut health benefits and link evaluations to school performance. come schools were open so kids could have access to breakfast and lunch. the last strike in chicago was 25 years ago, and that one lasted 19 days. a blow to al qaeda tonight. one of its top commanders were killed in yemen. >> nbc "bay area news" commander is here. >> reporter: senior officials are confirming al qaeda's number two in command was killed by drone missiles. he and five others were killed as they were leaving the house in the southern part of yemen. al qaeda's yemen branch is considered one of the biggest threats to america. the u.s. believe he was directly involved in the failed underwear bomb attack on a u.s. airliner back in 2009. a changing of the guard as
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today the u.s. officially handed over baghram prison to afghan officials. it was the largest u.s.-run detention facility in afghanistan located at baghram air base. it currently holds about 3,000 taliban and other terror suspects. meantime, the taliban in afghanistan issued a powerful threat today against britain's prince harry. do everything in their power to kidnap or assassinate him. the 27-year-old arrived in afghanistan last friday to serve a fewer-month tour of duty flying attack apache helicopters. prince harry is based out of camp bastion in the volatile helmand province. he served in afghanistan back in 2008, but that tour was cut short because of safety concerns. in iraq, another violent day. a car bomb exploded in the northern city of kirkuk. the target a city council member. he was hurt hey long with six of his bodyguards. today's attack comes after one of the bloodiest days in iraq since u.s. forces left the country last year. a series of bombs exploded
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across baghdad killing more than 100 people in mainly shiite neighborhoods. al qaeda is claiming responsibility. in guantanamo bay, cuba, u.s. officials are trying to determine the cause of a death of a prisoner. he's the ninth inmate who has died there since the facility opened up back in 2002. guards found him unconscious in his cell over the weekend. they took him to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. his name and nationality have not been released yet. as for the eight other deaths, two were from natural causes and six were deglad suicides. the u.s. still holds nearly 170 prisoners at that military base. and those are your international headlines. >> thank you. on the eve of the 9/11 an verse rite federal government is adding 58 kinds of cancer to the list of illnesses linked to that disaster. this will bring more aid to rescue workers and people living near ground zero on september 11th, 2001. also today, secretary of defense leon panetta visited the 9/11 shanksville, pennsylvania
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memorial. panetta attended the wreath-laying ceremony at the flight 39 national memorial, the site where 40 passengers and crew aboard united airlines flight 93 died when the plane crashed into the shanksville field. united 39 was traveling from newark, new jersey, to san francisco when it was hijacked by terrorists 11 years ago. still ahead here at 6:00, parents putting children at risk. potential lit bay area city where parents are most likely o to -- >> good evening. i'm jeff ranieri in the weather center. a sunny and comfortable way to start off the week with temperatures in the upper 80s to near 90 in the east bay. we'll talk more about the 90-degree heat and how long it will last coming up in the seven-day forecast. ♪ [ ukulele strumming ]
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in health matters tonight, surprising new findings about the eating habits of obese children. a study from the university of north carolina says that overweight teens actually consume less calories on average before their peers but still weigh more. that's because they are more active and burn fewer calories each day. intervention programs should focus on keeping -- >> parents who send their kids to private schools will less likely to immunize their kids than public school kids, especially in marin county. associated press analysis found
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a southern california school found the highest rate of parents opting out of vaccines, about 84% but two marin county schools aren't far behind. greenwood school in mill valley are not vaccinated but the report finds that overall the percentage of unvaccinated kids in california private schools is more than twice that of public schools. >> jeff rain ri joins us. it was a lovely weekend and we have a lovely week ahead. >> we do. i'm glad you approve. we enjoyed it. look at this, this is magnificent. talked more about that seven-day forecast including the fog you can see in san francisco. >> and i'm dave feldman in the comcast sportsnet newsroom. the giants hit the road starting with a three-game set in colorado and we'll have an update and infamous post-game handshake in nfl history.
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what does jim harbaugh find out about the reunion.
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the sunday ooengs evening marks the saturday of the jewish new year called rosh hashana. nbc bay area's joe rosetta jr.
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shows how a ranee is trying to change that. >> reporter: the livermore valley has a reputation for some of the nation's finest wines, for many the fine wines are undrinkable. that's because those of the jewish faith, they simply aren't coacher. >> born in new york city and never seen a vineyard in my life. >> we may not know the working end of a grape crusher. rabbi resnick is out to change the wine industry and he's team up with the liver momore wine - and to infuse the wine culture with the jewish community it's literally facing heaven and earth together. >> resnick will face a steep learning curve, background as a manhattanite didn't compare him for the rigors and in my culture of skyscrapers and yellow taxi cabs this is as foreign to me as was antarctica. >> fortunately the rabbi will
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fall under the tutelage of wine-maker/construction foreman and they are donating the grapes, the equipment and know how. >> everything has to be touched and done by the rabbi. >> despite the limitations they hope to produce 70 cases of kosher cabernet in time for next year's rosh hashana moll day. >> the rabbi said he has to punch down his particular grapes and you can punch down some of my wine while you're at it. >> reporter: in order for the wine to be labeled kosher he was regulate everything from the crushing of grapes and the cleaning of machinery. >> he is sure he'll be toasting the next jewish new year in style. joe rosato jr., nbc bay area news.
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>> nice kosher cab sounds wonderful. >> more sunshine in the next couple of days and a few speed bumps before we start to see a pretty major warmup in the seven-day forecast. hottest weather back in the east bay, livermore with 90 and that was our hottest. 88 in south san jose and 87 in the almondin valley and 84 in redwood city and wide spred there as we had slight onshore winds in the immediate coastline. warming winds back across the east bay right now will have a very, very comfortable evening. let's take you out to the sky camera network right now and this is just gorgeous as the sun sets back across the east bay, and we're getting into that time of year at 6:30 and 7:30 and the sunsets will be pretty glorious. >> let's get you back in the next 48 hours, do have a cold front out here in the pacific. pretty weak. continues to move across
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california. we head throughout tuesday and also wednesday, and then by friday, saturday and upcoming forecast area of high pressure is building offshore. it will get along stronger and could even provide a little bit of offshore winds that will help those numbers to warm up. we'll start with 50s and 60s here throughout the coastal area and a few areas of patchy fog, plenty of sunshine as we head into the tuesday forecast, anywhere from 70s to 80s for the interior valleys of the south and also the east bay, and as we look ahead now, we're looking two weeks away from fall beginning and we're now currently under an el nino watch, what you're seeing is a sign of this el nino pattern building and some of the current model projections do show anywhere from october to january we could be facing a moderate el nino. this will amplify the jet stream and we could have a stronger rain season meaning a lot more as clouds roll in through december, january, and there's a
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colder fall and also winter on the books. under an el nino watch at this point. 51? santa rosa and double 55s in the almondin valley. real close to what we had today in the south bay and 84 in morgan hill and 80 in palo alto and then for the tri-valley, it will be pretty warm here. not quite hot. we're not expecting widespread 90s. 84 in walnut creek and back into livermore, 87 for you and 58 in pleasa pleasanton. san francisco, not quite 70s, slight cooler wind with 67 for you. 84 in santa rosa and 60s for the coastline. back here from berkeley to observing land, low 70s. on your three-day forecast, we do get widespread 90s inland on that forecast as we head
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throughout thirthrough yo throughout thursday, and it looks like this will continue at least into friday and also saturday. then as we head throughout sunday and monday, we'll note some cooler air. right now some of the forecast models are trending a lot colder than what we have on monday, but it's too far out to go there right now, but nonetheless no rainfall at this point but we'll cloud it up and go with mid-80s and we may drastically see next week change. we'll just have to wait and see on this one, but some great weather the next couple of days. >> we'll see some 90s in there. >> thanks, jeff. >> dave feldman joins us from the comcast sportsnet newsroom. giants, a's, 49ers and raiders all doing well. that could happen again this year. >> let's keep our fingers crossed. >> like a total eclipse. doesn't happen a lot. it is happening, raj. after last night's 4-0 shutout over the dodgers san francisco
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holds a 4 1/2 game lead and extending that lead would be even better. tonight the giants set off a six-game road trip in colorado, a game already in progress. giants and rocks, bottom one, pacheco is going to single up the middle. josh rutledge scores, and the rockies are up 2-0. top two for hunter pens. good-bye. a solo home run. 20th of the season. giants trail 2-1. right now they trail 3-1 in the fourth. jim harbaugh and the 49ers made a strong statement sunday by beating the packers. the huge win may have caught some football fans offguard, but that does not go for the head coach. >> after a nearly perfect showing at lambeau field, head coach jim harbaugh wasn't surprised in the least by the high level his team displayed on the road. >> it's nothing. it's not a new thing.
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we talk many times just how intelligent this team is, these players are, you know, how well their study habits go, and -- and, you know, it's 16 sprints every single week is a new sprint, and -- and they -- and they understand the mental preparation that goes into it. >> but as eager as he was to praise his players, he was reluctant to engage in any discussion regarding his often criticized quarterback. >> we kind of come from the sticks and stones school. >> he was equally tight lend about the week two matchup against detroit and the rematch of an infamous post-game handshake between the two coaches. >> many controversies are ready to give them the attention that they deserve which is -- which isn't much. you know, people will choose to use that to promote, you know, this game or any other game. i think they are really missing the point.
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the game is just so much bigger. i have too much respect for the men who play this game, on both sides and too much respect for the game to -- to give anything less than what it deer is sglfs as the questionable officiating by the replacement refs harbaugh said he would not change the way he manages his challenges. reporting from santa clara, jamie sire for nbc bay area news. >> thank you. a new season starts tonight for the raiders, and it's and you new regime. the general manager reggie mckenzie took time out to sign autographs for fans and our kate longworth takes time out to set the scene for some "monday night football." >> well, it will be a night of firsts at the coliseum, dennis allen coaching his first nfl regular game as a head coach and the first time both carson palmer and darren mcfadden are on the field at the same time in raiders uniforms, and as a new
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era of football begins here at the coliseum both reggie mckenzie and mark davis are down on the field high fiving fans in the field. everyone is ready for this monday night kickoff. >> kate, thanks. for the men's u.s. open final number two seed novak djokovic and number three seed andy murray. murray in the far court, ace. takes a 4-2 lead. up two breaks and match point, murray in the near court and djokovic's return goes long. andy murray is the first brit to accomplish the feat in 76 years. one last night, a's pitcher brandon mccarthy able to walk and may soon be released from oakland summit hospital. mccarthy nailed in the head by a line drive and the a's take on the angels tonight in an mime. áy i'm dave feldman.
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raj and jessica, back to you guys. >> nice to hear he's feeling so much better. >> for a full half hour of local sports coverage, watch "sportsnet central" tonight at 10:30. have you heard of the new dialing procedure for the 408 and 669 area codes? no, what is it? starting october 20, 2012, if you have a 408 or 669 number, you'll need to dial 1 plus the area code plus the phone number
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great singing talent sight unseen but this year's there a bit of a twist in the battle round. coaches will have a chance to steal an eliminated singer from a rival's team. catch the season premiere tonight at 8:00 right here on nbc bay area. >> i can't wait. >> very excited. >> i would definite lly spin my chair for you guys. >> we're going to talk about the fallen hero, the chp officer and talk about the funeral and the history of a drunk driving violation in the man who plowed down that woman in walnut creek. >> we'll see you shortly. have a great evening. see you back here at 11:00 as well. >> bye-bye. ah.
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