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the news at 6:00 starts right now. good evening and thanks for being with us. i'm raj mathai. >> and i'm jessica aguirre. we've been tracking this for the last 90 minutes. it's a police chase that started in vallejo, but it ended with a crash in oakland. that's when vallejo police say their officers opened fire there in the city of oakland hitting a man we believe was driving the suv. all of this unfolding at the intersection of international and 22nd avenue. >> nbc bay area's melissa colorado has just arrived on the scene and joins us with some answers. >> reporter: raj, it's not entirely rare for there to be an officer involved shooting in oakland. the officers involved are from another pute that's what happ h the officers involved are from the vallejo police department. we don't know exactly when this police chase started. we know it ended right here in oakland around 4:00 p.m. today right here along international and 22nd avenue. you can see this area has been
closed off to traffic. i want to direct your attention to that black suv you see in the distance where opd says the man that was shot multiple times crashed into that area you see right there. you can see all the suv patrol cars surrounding that vehicle. you can see that from where we're standing we can see the windows of that suv were shot at. opd is telling us that man was shot multiple times. it's reported that man was armed at the time, and that he was wearing body armor. we do not know who the suspect is, but we know he was transported, he was rushed to a nearby hospital. at this point multiple gunshot wounds. but i can tell you this happened at the worst time possible because it is in the middle of the evening commute and this has caused major backups in the fruitvale area especially along international as well as east 12th street. we are expecting to hear more information from the vallejo police department public information officer as soon as we get more information we'll be sure to bring that to you.
for now that's the latest in oakland. i'm melissa colorado, nbc bay area news. it is a congested area, and now it is shut down for this investigation. we did issue a push alert right when our sky ranger got to oakland. you can sign up for our breaking news alerts through our free nbc bay area app. a barista with starbucks in the south bay says it didn't work. she's talking about the cultural sensitivity training the company just went through. that barista claims she faced racial discrimination and her managers did nothing about it. damian trujillo joins us from san jose with the story you'll see only on nbc bay area. damian? >> reporter: well, jessica, in text messages and e-mails i obtaed barista claims a supervisor here at the starbucks subjected her to racist comments. and after she complained to her manager, the barista says the
comments continued. madison givins says it started in mid-august. >> what happened to me is really cruel, it's really hurtful, and i really don't want it happening to other people. >> reporter: givens says as a barista here, her shift supervisor kept singing cotton-eyed joe a song associated with the slavery era. givens is bi-racial. >> when i brought it up, they both laughed at me and the shift supervisor continued to sing it. >> reporter: givens says the next month included homophobic and more racial comment bs the shift supervisor, so she filed this written complaint with starbucks and now her lawyer has filed a former federal complaint with the eeoc >> the law requires that an employer take prompt, affirmative steps to eliminate discrimination in the work place. >> reporter: this comes after the incident in philadelphia in april where two black men were
handcuffed for sitting in a starbucks without ordering. that led the company to close many of its stores for half a day so staff could undergo sensitivity training. >> i had hoped it would facilitate change, but i think clearly it hasn't. >> reporter: the starbucks corporation tells us it has reached out to givens to get her information firsthand and is frustrated she hasn't called back. documents i looked at indicate starbucks called her the first time on october 2nd. the company sent us a statement saying, quote, there is no place for discrimination of any kind in our stores, and when a partner or employee raises concerns, we work to address it. as soon as madison notified us, we began the process of investigation, and our local leadership worked qui t support madison in any way she needed. and in a text thread that i saw, the barista did get back to starbucks on october 2nd. there's a lot of he sanoidhe we'll see what the eeoc
uncovers. live in san jose, i'm damian trujillo, nbc bay area news. thousands of employees walk out of one of the most powerful companies in the world. they're demanding google make changes in the work place when it comes to sexual misconduct. nbc bay area, what is the ceo's response tonight, anoushah? >> reporter: it certainly is, raj. the ceo saying he does support anybody who wants to participate in the walkout. one google employee says 50 out of the 70 google facilities around the world participated in today's walkout. clearly this is an issue resonating here in silicon valley and beyond. >> i don't want young people to go through what i had to go through when i was young. >> reporter: tech workers demanding the powerful company they work for do a better job of protecting them.
>> i just think it's important to be aware this is an issue. >> reporter: hundreds of google employees protested at work today by walking off the job, unhappy with the way google has handled sexual misconduct allegations. here they are in mt. view pouring into a court yard like area on campus holding signs and giving speeches to colleagues. google's security guards kept reporters away from the area. >> there were some speeches that were touching and lots of moments of solidarity. >> reporter: the outcry didn't end here. google workers across the country and around the world in cities like london, tokyo, and toronto all took part in thursday's walkout. >> they had meetings on top of this and they canceled it so they could go for the walk. >> reporter: the anger apparently sparked by an article published in "the new york times" claiming google paid a former executive accused of
sexual misconduct a $90 million severance package to leave quietly. google's ceo apologized to employees for, quote, past actions by the company. today he addressed the issue again at the "new york times" deal book conference. >> at moments like this, we didn't always get it right. we are committed to doing better. >> reporter: google employees are also demanding an end to forced arbitration which would make it possible for victims of sexual misconduct to sue. reporting live in mountain view, anoushah rasta, nbc bay area an anti-mall demonstration tonight. you're looking at a live picture. those demonstrators continue the fight to halt construction of a new development at the vallco shopping mall site. they are linking arms forming a human chain near city hall.
>> we're standing together because we don't have the deep pockets of the developer. this is all we have, human resources. >> they already started demolition of the buildings on wolf road. the developer said it intends to go forward with the project approved by the city council. it will be a mixed use location. however, cupertino has sued over the proposal and says it has enough signatures to force a referendum vote. new at 6:00 tonight, left at the scene for days, the california highway patrol is reinvestigating a crash in fremont after discovering that someone died days later. the crash happened on investigators say two friends were racing their cars when one of the cars spun out of control and into an embankment. at the time the chp treated it as a dui case without any injuries. officers only later found out a passenger had been thrown from one of the cars and died and that nobody behind the wheel said anything at the time of the crash. >> there are so many witnesses
involved, we have different leads going on not only through social media but our own investigation. so it's constantly evolving. >> the victim has been identified as 32-year-old darren walker of fremont. the chp says walker's mom told investigators he was in the crash and he never came home. saying enough is enough, attorney general jeff sessions announced indictments today against two chinese companies accused of stealing secrets from the silicon valley. this was part of a decades long battle with china regarding stealing tech secrets from u.s. companies. digging through this problem for more than five years, steven? >> reporter: raj, this was run out of the fbi's san francisco division field office. these are the indictments charging united micro electronics and another company plus three of the company's executives with both conspiracy
and actual economic espionage in the theft of trade secrets. the indictments unsealed accuse the companies of collaborating with a government of china to steal secret information on how to make dynamic random access memory chips from a company called micron based in boise, idaho. micron also has offices here in the bay area, and is worth an estimated $100 billion. it controls 20% to 25% of the dram microchip technology. rather than develop their own technology, fbi sources tell me, too often the chinese just steel it from u.s. companies here. >> it's unacceptable. it's time for china to join the community of good for china, but cheating enforcement cooperation withore them. china cannot be a safe haven for criminals who run to china when they are in trouble never to be
extradited. >> reporter: as part of our investigation we were granted rare access to a secret fbi field office here in the bay area where 80% of the entire united states economic espionage cases are based. fbi officials did say it's a serious issue around here in silicon valley as well as the rest of the nation. it's not just the silicon valley but a national problem. nearly every one of the 65 fbi divisions around the united states, i was told today, has handled some type of economic espionage cases. the vast majority involving the republic, the people's republic of china. we'll stay on this story and bring you more in the coming weeks and months. >> thank you very much, stephen. 40 cents short, the 11-year-old kick off a b.a.r.t. train because he didn't have enough money for a ride. also, the condolences and well wishes keep pouring in. the show of support outside of at&t park for giants legend
mccovey. tonight you can see it here, a memorial is growing outside of at&t park right there at his statue along mccovey cove. the hall of fame slugger died yesterday at stanford hospital at the age of 80. nbc bay area's christie smith joins us from the ballpark this evening with how the fans and the organization is remembering willie. >> reporter: raj, this really seems personal for some fans of willie mccovey. we've seen them coming out all day leaving flowers and notes, signed baseball caps, some telling us it's not just the great way he played that they'll remember but his personality. >> i had sad and shocked. >> reporter: gary lane came to see the statue and share memories of the baseball hall of famer. >> mccovey home run was something that was so incredible. here is this guy 6'4", fluid, just that swing. it was gone. >> i like his personality and
how down-to-earth he was. >> reporter: the famed first baseman died yesterday, a star with more than 500 career home runs. >> i've known him since he first arrived. >> reporter: former mayor willie brown remembers a special athlete and friend. >> there was nothing about him that made you feel you were in the presence of somebody who had to assert their greatness. he never ever displayed any of that. >> reporter: he served as adviser to the organization. the giants president describ legend. jerry rice shared this. >> he would light up that and at person, and somebody that you just love being around. >> everybody pitched in $1, $2.
>> reporter: chris renteria is the manager at john's grill. staff bought flowers and set them at the table near mccovey's picture remembering his visits fondly. >> as a gesture, will always be a giant. >> reporter: now a public celebration of mccovey's life is still being planned but details haven't been released yesterday. we've seen a team of a couple people out here setting up pretty large lights behind the statue that will illuminate it when it gets darker later tonight. reporting live in san francisco, christie smith, nbc bay area news. >> thank you. it looks beautiful under tt impacted and touched by willie mccovey through the decades. bruce bochy tweeted, always a pleasure and honor having you around, stretch. at&t park won't be the same without you. #forever44. we have compiled reaction from across the bay area and the sports world on our website,
nbcbayarea.com. this next story is a totally head scratcher. an 11-year-old east bay boy booted because he was 40 cents short. now b.a.r.t. is apologizing. the sixth grader was heading home from his middle school and about to get on the train tuesday afternoon when a b.a.r.t. employees asked him for his clipper card and then told him he was 40 cents short. sebastian says he was ordered to leave the station without any way of getting home. the boy ended up calling his mom who had to leave work to pick him up. his mom says b.a.r.t. should instead of leaving him stranded. why did you feel unsafe? >> t a there. i didn't have nothing to do. they could have hurt me or killed me. >> we 11-year-old. >> reporter: b.a.r.t. is now looking into what happened and has spoken to his mother.
b.a.r.t. says sebastian should not have been forced to leave that, instead, the employee should have given him a repayment slip and allowed the boy to take the train home. a bakersfield company says it's come up with a way to put out fires in record time. it's called ptx or power to extinguish. the company showed us how it works today. you can see them on fire. the creators say after it's added to water it extinguishes fire in seconds leaving burned objects cold to the touch. >> in the test here after 30 second the fire is out and is more or less under control and we spray them half a minute additional to really cool down and then you get the results you saw. >> the product is biodegradable and environmentally safe according to the company. the company is working to get approval by the federal government so agencies like cal fire can possibly use it. >> cal transhas a way of dealing
with slides. the agency says it could close highway 1 ahead of storms at big sur. in late 2016 and early 2017 landslides closed the highway for more than a year. caltrans plans on sending a traffic advisory 48 hours before a storm warning of the closure and then 24 hours before it will confirm or cancel that closure. >> interesting we're talking about this cold and rainy weather. it's 75 or 80 degrees outside. >> we had even a few upper 80s today. it felt like a big throwback to summer. it's not what a lot of us want though it was beautifulbi of fr danger. so let's just get that out there. it was strange, it was unusual today so you're probably wondering what does the rest of november hold for us? the current climate outlook and how we see things playing out right now continues to show above average temperatures here
for the west coast. it's a 50% to 60% chance it will be above average. looks like the best above rainfall chances this month goes to texas, the southeast and the northeast and then right up to the northwest we'll have a 33% to 40% chance of below average rainfall. i do not see any kind of pattern change until maybe november the 11th through the 14th. november 11th through the 14th is when we might actually see things, allow some rainfall to get close to the bay area. we'll be, of course, monitoring that. as far as tomorrow goes, bone-dry. temperatures will stay warm. no need for a jacket. if you can get away with shorts. 85 in livermore. 78 in oakland. 82 in palo alto and your upper 60s from san francisco to half moon bay. warm today, wind is expected to pick up this week.
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oprah gave a candidate in georgia today a big boost by showing up at her rally. oprah, a registered independent, xanld for democrat stacy abrams to could be the first african-american governor in georgia. oprah insisted no one paid her, not even invited her. she volunteered, even going door-to-door. she electrified the crowd, as oprah can do, recalling darker times than those beforer lynched, humiliated, and oppressed. >> and i want you to know their blood has seeped into my dna,
and i refuse to let their sacrifices be in vein. i refuse. >> she spoke 15 or 20 minutes ensuring the crowd she is not testing the waters. she has no intention of running for office. >> a mistake has infuriate add coastal village in england. this is the picture of the village. now republican nick stella used the photo for his message, quote, saying only you can stop this from becoming reality. he's showing a picture of the english fake voting is a vote for pelosi. billboard in the ad and says they say because they've just cleaned up the area and they're quite proud of their village. up next, a new threat to those migrant seeking asylum in the u.s. what president trump says he wants to do when they get here
pushed the desert protection act through congress, and steered billions of federal dollars to california projects such as subway construction and wildfire restoration." "she... played an important role in fighting off ...trump's efforts to kill the affordable care act." california news papers endorse dianne feinstein for us senate. california values senator dianne feinstein proposition 11 "a common sense solution" to protect public safety. it ensures the closest ambulance remains on-call during paid breaks "so that they can respond immediately when needed." vote yes on 11. right now at 6:30, we want to update our breaking news we've been following for the last hour and a half. this is happening in the east bay. a high-speed police chase that started in vallejo ended with this crash in oakland. vallejo police officers say they
shot the driver of the black suv several times. this happened at international boulevard in the fruitvale district. the man was wearing body armor. no word on his condition. we'll track the story and bring you updates on our digital platform. tonight at 6:30, president trump's rally in columbia, missouri, so popular that enthusiastic crowds had to park three miles away to see him and they walked there in the rain. it is five days until the election. >> he's doubling down, that's his lates doubling down on immigration. if any of the migrants throw roc rocks, u.s. troops will respond and treat them as rifles. that's sparking concern over the use of deadly force.
he said he will change the way immigrants can seek asylum. >> illegal aliens will no longer get a free pass. my grants will have to present themselves lawfully. a video tweeted is being denounced. they say the republican campaign ad is racist. without any evidence it blames democrats for allowing an immigrant into the country who killed two police officers. >> it has been a prolific policy week. controversial proposals that are getting now a closer look under the microscope. sam [ who is more.
>> reporter: voices weigh in as students react to an immigration tempest thundering through the nation. >> it's all kind of a cover-up and a band-aid. >> to feed into a base that, unfortunately, is looking for something like that. >> reporter: thousands of troops are gathering at the mexican border to block an incoming human caravan. full detention of asylum seekers. >> we're going to no longer oi . >> reporter: what is your reaction when you hear him say we must be putting troops on our borders and cracking down on our boarders? >> the people in the caravan are folks that are fleeing persecution. >> reporter: the professor is a respected voice on immigration. and dr. clarence jones is a
legendary figure in the civil rights movement. the former lawyer for martin luther king jr. discussed why birthrights and the 14th amendment can't just be revoked. >> if he thinks something called an executive order, i mean, hello, i don't think so. >> reporter: why not? >> because the constitution requires if you're going to amend the constitution it has to be by a two-thirds vote. it has to be by approval. >> reporter: as the immigration debate build, the election approaches in five days. sam brock, nbc bay area news. an artist is getting some sweet work tonight, the face of pecan resist. observing artist rodriguez teamed up with ben & jerry's for a flavor of resistance. her artwork features people of color.
the message is anything but pint sized. ben & jerry's is taking a stand against president trump's policies. >> it's in these times where silence equals complicity. bay area shops are stocked up with this flavor. >> as voters prepare to head to the polls, some are wondering if the vote will count. the last election raised concerns. those warnings now coming from security experts. >> reporter: the machinery of an election as voters begin casting ballots in the november 6th election. they have heard from people who worry their vote won't be counted.
>> a lot of concern someone could hack into a voting sk and change the results of the election. it's actually impossible. >> reporter: it's a major concern since the 2016 election when u.s. intelligence claims they tried to influence the vote. he says san francisco's voting system has safeguards which make it skier from hacking. >> all voting systems are not connected to the internet. >> reporter: they say it's not likely they would tamper at the voting stations since it's difficult and there are firewalls. expert mike murray says there are other ways they could seek to influence the u.s. election.
>> it's really easy to send a text message and get them to click on something and put m malware on the device. >> reporter: they could reach far more people by creating fake websites or apps to spread misinformation. >> what we saw in 2016 and 2014 was people learning to do this. >> reporter: foreign governments attempting to interfere is not a new idea but technology has made it easier to do it. he says the increased threats have as a resulted in better safeguards. still, the prospect is jarring to many voters. >> we have to allow everybody that wants to vote to vote. >> reporter: hope security will be up for the challenge.
nbc bay area news. now on nbcbayarea.com check out our voting guide. look for the decision 2018 selection on our home page. you'll find all sorts of information, the ballot measures. it could change the way you eat and even change the time of the day here in california. there's lots of issues for you to go through. check that out before tuesday. a proud moment for some who have struggled with mental health addiction.snd smiles. that's henry, one of 17gruates. he was honored in ha justice. he and others worked for years to battle addition and figure out what's next in their lives outside of jail.
>> other people's lives that are struggling with addiction, people that are homeless, are suffering and maybe personal issues. it can help you get rehabilitated. >> you start seeing there are ways for us to make progress and break the cycle and get some of these folks out of the plaza, out of the park and into a better life. >> nearly 40% come from homelessness and 93% graduate to stable housing. for enry he says his next step will be working as peer mentor. we'll show you the that forced officers to shut down a freeway. appreaciet on ha
appreciate on halloween played out last night. police were out in force cracking down on illegal side shows in san jose, one of several spots drivers caused problems doing those illegal stunts. police did make two arrests. here we go again, another city is forced to decide how to deal with those e-scooters. the oakland city council is the latest to discuss this issue. it came up with this plan. they must pay a $2,500 fee to apply for a permit. if approved they must then pay a $30,000 annual operators fee. three companies, lime bike, bird rides have all placed scooters in oakland. how about this, heading to work on a lawn mower. the chp in fresno posting this on facebook with the caption
this is not the way to commute to work. the man is driving on a sidewalk. >> so weird. >> any comments? i lived in fresno 18 months, i never saw anything like that. i love fresno. >> okay. i think it was just isolated. >> it's a one-off. >> it may take longer than waiting in traffic, no car-pool lane. >> there's no traffic in fresno. >> our weather definitely warm today. in san jose right now it looks beautiful. dropping into the 60s tonight. i'll let you know how hot for tomorrow and, yes, new fire weather watch coming up. they are dealing with a seven figure shortfall in their fire insurance policy and you might be, too. i'm consumer investigator chris chmura.
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>> helping them get the money they need to rebuild. what do we have, chris? >> like so many other families living through this nightmare, this family lost their home in the north bay wildfires. a year later they are ready for construction to start. they say they've shopped around for a contractor and gotten a detailed bid. but they say their lot is still empty because their insurance company is dg out the process of paying their claim in full. >> it doesn't seem fair, you spend years and years paying for your insurance, and then to have to battle for rebuilding, that's cruel. >> we contacted the insurance company. coming up the calculation inside their homeowner's policy that they believe was off by more than a million dollars.
many other victims are facing that same kind of shortfall. maybe not as much but still a shortfall. we'll explain why and walk you through the two steps you can take, really simple steps you can take today so you don't end up in that same predicament. send us your consumer stories, 888-996-tips or send us information as well as photos and documents online just like madonna did. we are still up in the fire zone, still tackling these insurance issues and will not stop until everybody is satisfied out there. see you at 11:00. >> thank you, chris. pumpkin spice is out and peppermint is in. >> no, no, no. >> we'll see. i'm just reading the script. the new seasonal cups. in years past there's been controversy over the cups but these are pretty simple, red and green patterns.
they aim to give them a tradition. >> san jose pulling out its christmas decorations. hard to believe. the workshop rolled to the plaza. san jose's longtime seasonal tradition. some human workers will spend the next three weeks fine-tuning the displays. as usual, the grand opening will be the day after thanksgiving. the village is closing on christmas day. get out there early. the college football playoff championships will take place january 7th at levi stadium. it's considered a regional event and the plaza will host some of those activities. if you want to get your santa fill, you have to do it before christmas day. >> november 1st and it is thanksgiving, christmas and we're locked in. >> pemer minute starbucks. >> a lot of pressure. >> i'm all about that pumpkin spice. i got one of the big squeeze
bottles of it at home to put that in my coffee. don't have to pay extra. i'll tell you where to get it. okay, our forecast doesn't feel like a hot coffee day. we did have some warm weather even in san francisco. look at this beautiful sunset. not much in the way of fall right now. we had a temperature reading in downtown san francisco of 81 degrees. it was hotter than that and we're still mild tonight. 72 if you're in the city. it's a nice night. six through the next couple of hours and dropping to the 50s as we head through 9:00 and 10:00. this high ridge of high pressure acts as a big shield keeping any
kind of rainfall away and also imports the heat. that's the current situation. i don't think it's going to be super thick for tomorrow but he'll have to watch out for some patchy areas and you'll need those sunglasses for the morning commute. in san francisco fog and 53 degrees. numbers will be rising. pretty fast tomorrow. east san jose, s jose, 84. the air will be dry. not as dry as this week. 32% in the east bay. concord, 86. even mild here in hayward at 82 in oakland. the peninsula to 72 in daly
city. san francisco, after 70s and 80s today i do think we'll see these numbers drop especially near the coast down to the 60s. we have a cooler westerly sea breeze returning. we'll still hold on to 70s from the embarcadero to the mission. more 70s in mill valley tomorrow but you go up to novato with 84 in santa rosa. my extended forecast does have san francisco staying with the trend of 60s for this upcoming week. and all the way through next week for election day. inland valleys, it will stay warm, maybe uncomfortably warm. you just want thecolder, wet weather. temperatures up to 85 on saturday. fire weather watch issued for saturday the south bay hills on saturday. 1,000 feet above. we could see to the seven-day forecast.
we'll drop it to the 70s. november 11th through the 14th, we might see some rainfall. we'll watch it day by day. >> and that's a couple weeks away. up next, never a dull moment. t.o. is back. he started his career with the 49ers. back in the bay area but why? i am a family man. i am a techie dad. i believe the best technology should feel effortless. like magic. at comcast, it's my job to develop, apps and tools e. my name is mike, i'm in product development at comcast. we're working to make things simple, easy and awesome.
"terrell". by the time he do you even remember this, everyone called him terrell. >> he was soft spoken, didn't say much. >> i don't remember that at all. >> by the time he left he was simply t.o. and had the mouth that roared. now he's a hall of famer and is back in town. >> reporter: stealing the spotlight, terrell owens was just as good as doing that as catches passes. he still has a knack for it post career. yes, it's the final battle between the 49ers and the raiders. t.o. is in the house and will finally receive his pro football
hall of fame ring of excellence. >> this is awesome. this is an honor, an opportunity for me to give back to the fans. i know ever since i left in 2003 i went on and did some great things. this is where it started. this is, like i said, home away from home and every time i put on that uniform i tried to play my hardest. as i developed i tried to be the best receiver that i could be. >> just as he did during his playing career, he did the hall of fame his way. he did his at his alma mater. >> no regrets at all. and i stand by what i did according to really the criteria guys are supposed to be inducted.
me, my stats speak loudly. they spoke for themselves. i never envisioned making it to the hall of fame. everything, my hard work, allowed me to put this jacket on. >> t.o. indeed. tonight at 11:00 a serial arsonist is on the loose. firefighters are on high alert and the other fires investigators are taking a second look at now because of it. we'll have that story tonight coming up at 11:00. >> there is some fire danger with this great weather we're having. >> we will see a fire weather watch issued. details coming up at 11:00. >> have a great evening.
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