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doors to the community. >> one week after that deadly attack in pennsylvania, people of all faiths are taking part in the weekly service. jodi hernandez is at temple israel in alameda with this stuchg sh touching show of support. jodi? >> reporter: that's right. it's called show up for shabbat. it begins in an hour from now. synagogues across the bay area, folks here asking everyone to join them in a show of unity. >> you look at the people who were killed and to think that anybody would see them as a threat. >> this is what people who attend the weekly prayer service at the sem am sinai will see as they arrive. they remember those killed in pittsburgh last weekend. >> you can't react in the same way. anger even though we're angry and frustrated. we have to work to build a world that we want.
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>> they're joining other synagogues across the bay area and across the country encouraging them to join for the service. annette koch of temple israel says it's time to show solidarity. >> by speaking with love and hope for one another, that's how we make it safe. welcoming one another into each other's home. that's how we make it safe. >> both temple sinai and temple israel have been hit by acts of hate themselves. someone painted a hateful message last year. a vandal shattered the windows of templerael. tonight both synagogues have stepped up security.ury guard wl be searching the bags of everyone who attends service. and side but they say the jewish community will not be swayed. >> we will not be intimidated. we will not be deterred from practicing our ptraditions to te
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great joy we experience by celebrating your traditions and being jewish. jodi hernandez, nbc bay area news. new at 6:00, a rare shooting in a normally safe and upscale community. it happened at 1:30 this afternoon on highway 9 near saratoga. a driver tells police that someone shot at him. he didn't know the suspect. paramedics rushed that driver to the hospital. he will be okay. police are still on the scene now looking for clues. saratoga los gatos road is closed to westbound traffic. tonight the fbi is investigating a second suspicious package sent to billionaire tom steyer, it was intercepted investigators say bomb technicians recovered the package last night. thrs the same facility where a pipe bomb pka looks similar in to more than a dozen others recently sent to high-profile democrats. a suspect has been arrested in
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that investigation. the latest package will be examined and compared. fbi agents not saying much but a special agent -- >> copycats are not unusual. this would have to be a copycat because the suspect is in jail. there's so much publicity when these things happen that maybe other people with the same philosophy want to do the same thing. >> he went on to say, investigators will look at all angles including sympathizers or it was delayed and arrived late. steyer thanked law enforcement and the postal workers. he said this is part of a larger assault of the norms that uphold our democracy. a police pursuit that ended in the south bay. it was near the river mark shopping center. you can see the police officers with their guns drawn while otheric the ground. this began as a purse snatching at a movie theater.
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officers say they got a description of the car and quickly tracked it down. that's when a short chasten sued. the man ran into an open field and found him a short time later. it is friday. plenty of us have outdoor plans taking advantage of the warm weather. this is a live look in the tri-valley. a red flag warning later tonight. let's bring in jeff ranieri who joins us with the potential for fire danger. >> it is going to be isolated to hills and a thousand feet and above as we head through your saturday forecast. i want to start off tonight with a look at the two most important things when it comes to fire danger. that is the wind direction and also the humidity. you'll see on this map these arrowarws. this is the w to be a dry northeasterly wind blowing offshore. it's blowing out to sea and a warming wind. that's the first thing we're dealing with. the dry wind. the second thing is the humidity. at 11:00 tonight, there's a lot of the green color. that's fairly moist air.
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watch what happens as i advance it. you'll see this red area surge across the inland valleys. that's where tomorrow, by 1:00 p.m. we'll see humidity values at 15% and below. the closer that number gets to zero, the faster a fire could spread. so extremely dry air back to the inland valleys. red flag fire warning goes into effect 1:00 a.m. on friday until -- with occasional gusts that could be 20 to 40 miles per hour. i'm show you the impact of the warm dry wind on the temperatures at 6:19 feel it? more than 30 earthquakes rocked people to hollister today. the swarm may not have broken a glass, but it rattled plenty of nerves. robert handa joins us in morgan hill. firefighters were among those who felt the earth shake today as well. robert? >> reporter: i was too.
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in fact, the initial earthquake woke me up in morgan hill and got me going and a lot of other people too, including the crews at cal fire as well as anybody else indoors when things started shaking. >> this is the face of someone who is feeling an earthquake but isn't sure how to respond to the jarring movement and noise. a jackhammer was rattling businesses near downtown hollister. when they felt the earthquakes and aftershocks this morning, she says she knew the difference. this is security camera footage when the 4.1 quake along the san andreas fault hit before 6:00 a.m. it rocked the counter when the vibration started. they immediately head outside and one customer smiling nervously balances himself as he tremors. >> we tried to run out. noisy a little.
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>> the customers were probably more scared than you. >> they were. >> don't cause damage, it's a great warning that we all live in earthquake country. there's no time like the present to be prepared for larger earthquakes that will certainly come. >> cal fire responded right away. getting equipment outside and keeping doors open. especially when the shaking doesn't stop. >> this event is a perfect example of where we have a number of other series of cluster earthquakes that happen afterward. some of them can be stronger than the original earthquakes. >> reporter: as you see, cal fire believes the immediate threat has passed. after 30 shakers today,ain. live in morgan hill, area news. >> thank you, robert. when we feel the shaking, we think do i really have my bag s
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with you about a basic, this is basic disaster supply kit in a duffel to grab it and go. the obvious one is water. you have to have your own water. at least a gallon of water per person for three days. >> food. you need three-day supply of nonperishable food. think about that in advance. you need a battery powered radio because some of your tvs and stuff, phones may not work. you got to think about that to stay informed to find out what's go super imanyou need your first a flashlig flashlight. the first aid kid should include any medication you need on you, for you and your children. this one is really important too. a cell phone and lots of extra batteries. and a charger. a backup battery because there may be no electricity and you may have no other way to communicate with people. this is a handful of essentials.
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there's a full list of what you're going to need in your disaster kit. easy to check it out. go to dirty politics. two candidates in an oakland city council race scribbled messages, including a swastika on their campaign signs. melissa colorado spoke to the candidate and joins us from mont claire neighborhood. melissa? >> reporter: raj, the candidates don't know who is to blame. they don't think it's any of their opponents. i spoke to camilla harris and others. at the end of the day we all get along and respect one another. who is behind these targeted campaign signs? >> you do not intimidate me. you do not scare me. i am not a quitter. >> that is a message district 4 oakland wants to deliver to the person who spray his sign.
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>> i am christian. if i was jew, i would be honored and proud. i have lots of friend jews. >> they discovered the hateful symbol on tuesday at shelton and as cot drive. who is targeting me and why? >> he says over the last week and a half, 52 of his campaign signs have disappeared. he showed us the photos that he says were taken 24 hours apart. in the second photo, the campaign sign is gone. >> you're only making me stronger and determined. >> his opponent, pamela harris says two of her signs were vandalized with the catch phrase, poverty pimp. >> i don't believe anybody in this race could have done something so aggressive rhetoric may play a role in this. >> people are eol toxic national environment. it's a lone wolf.
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>> reporter: district 4 candidate, whose campaign sign you see there, she sent me a message that hate is not welcome. it's an opportunity to bring the community back together. that's the latest in oakland, melissa colorado. thank you. up next, taking a knee during the national anthem. it's not a player. it's a 49ers cheerleader. the image generating a lot of reaction across the country. plus, fight in the stands. santa clara police reveal how many arrests were made at the 49ers/raiders game. a drier wind in the hills is helping to clear out any kind o gate bridge. i'll talk more about the fire warning this weekend. reaching close to 90. that's in about eight minutes. proposition 11 solves two issues.
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first, it continues to pay paramedics while we're on break. second, it ensures the closest ambulance can respond if you call 9-1-1. vote yes on 11. here are the facts.leading attacks against prop c. the city's chief economist says prop cment-health, and providing clean restrooms and safe shelters with independent oversight, open books, and strict accountability measures to make sure every penny goes to solving our homeless crisis. vote yes on c. endorsed by the democratic party, nancy pelosi, and dianne feinstein.
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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. took a knee during the plenty of support and sharp criticismism for a 49ers cheerleader. like colin cap cap. she took a knee during thenthe game against raiders. damian trujillo broke the story on twitter. he's been trying to track people down as the fans weigh in. >> reporter: we've learned that this cheerleader has done this several times. our reporting of it on twitter received thousands of responses, both in support of and critical of the cheerleader.
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these images have been retweeted thousands of times on social media. they show an unidentified 49ers cheerleader kneeling during the national anthem. >> that is disrespect because the flag isn't for whatever they're trying to represent. everybody has a reason and a chance to voice their opinion. i feel she used that. >> the replies on twitter ranged from support to twit sic-- he d it in protest of police brutality nationwide. it's only are talking tonight. the 49ers said they stand by previous comments where they were supportive of the players' beliefs. >> i don't know about the cheerleader who took a knee. i don't have a thought about that. >> but former 49ers owner, eddie
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debartolo recently told us how he would feel if he was still running a team. >> going to show respect. there will be no hiding in the locker rooms and no kneeling. >> this was not the first game where a 49ers cheerleaders has neild in protest. >> another cheerleader kneeled in a game against the cowboys. at levi's stadium, damian trujillo. as for the game itself. the 49ers humiliated the raiders on the field. and in the stands, we had some bad behavior. >> we first showed you some of these fights during the 11:00 newscast. 32 people were arrested. there's new video of the violence during the game. you can see the fans throwing punches there. many families were watching this all unfold. among the arrests, steve gore
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dat owe, the only photo authorities released. police say he and two others face assault charges. the other 29 arrests were related to public intoxication. developing news tonight. offering a glimmer of hope for striking marriott workers in oakland. they're voting on a tentative new contract. things not as good for workers in san jose and san francisco with thousands more workers saying they're nowhere near an a gremt. the supervisors are ready to pick sides. sam brock joins us live from downtown marriott in san francisco. and sam, doeshe can do to break logjam. >> jessica, the wealth disparity in san francisco gets worse by the day. that is one of the sad realities of the city. as for the marriott strikes that are going on that are so visible, they convened a special hearing to look at the situation. outside of possibly taxes down
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the road, it doesn't appear there's much the city can do to force a resolution. the picket signs may be frayed from weeks of protests. not the resolve of the hotel workers as they march through civic center plaza and cram into the corners of city hall to address supervisors. >> it's hard to occupy one room. but i'm fighting towards this, because i want my kids to know the value of respect and dignity. >> some could barely speak. >> sorry. >> others spoke for many. >> the average full-time marriott worker in this city earns about $44,000 a year. i don't have to tell you what you already know. that's not enough to make ends meet. >> the marriott corporation declined to attend the meeting but wrote a letter to the
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supervisor, hillary row anyone saying that we have been silent, please don't interpret that as confirmation of the union's claims. marriott has a long history of bargaining in good faith and reaching fair labor settlements. >> it's the least the ceo can do after making millions in our city. >> there are ballot measures that look at revenue and revenue generated from hotels. we can look at that and recapture some of that wealth. i don't think we have to get to that point. for now, the strike surgeries on into the 30s day. sam brock, nbc bay area news. -- summit in oakland aiming to change things. the center in oakland organized a latino owe nearly 300 people showed up from around the country to meet designers and
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entrepreneurs. the goal is to inspire the latino community to become tech leaders. >> now more than offever, their voice matters, especially in tech right now. >> the conference wrapped up today. our parent company, comcast, by the way, is a proud sponsor of that event. >> very nice program. let's bring in jeff ranieri. talking about the sunshine and the warmth. there's a flip side as well. fla fire warning. another weekend. a brand new warning moving in across the bay area. it is for specific closely and can easily tell who has the best chance of that win. right now, it's a thousand feet and above. we think the lowest elevations, it might get breezy at times. but the best chance for those gusts for the northeast and parts of the south bay, sustained wind at 10 to 20. the gusts 20 to about 40 miles
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per hour. this goes into effect 1:00 a.m. saturday to 6:00 a.m. on sunday. i know we all know this. just stuff to remind you. report any kind of suspicious activity. that's a great way tore everybody to get a handle on a fire fast. no outdoor burning. get ahold of your fire department, they do neighborhood meetings. to come together as a community. the wind this weekend, that's also g r tp up the temperatures. it's drying and warming wind pushing us up to 88 in concord. one of my long he is. 85 in santa santa -- oakland at 78. 60s here from san francisco to half moon bay. coming up at 6:48 tonight. we're going to talk more about the time change, what it means for us in the bay area. i'll have a pooh full look at that forecast. see you at 6:00 and 8:00.
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biggest fire in its history this season.... fire experts note that we lost fewer lives and homes than we did last year. california says the biggest fire in history this season. fire experts says we lost fewer lives and homes than we did last year. some of that being attributed to improved fire response and quite frankly good luck. firefighters, though, warn, we're not out of the woods just yet. >> but it has got to be the message that we'rerainfall, the entire state in a critical change the vegetative pattern, fire condition. >> dianne feinstein met with fire official toss discuss sports management goals. reiterated that climate change has increased fire danger year round. electric school buses may be the wave of the future. a new report from environmental researchers say electric buses not only don't pollute the air,
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they can also save money in the long run. researchers say the prices of electric buses have dropped and the buses can go farther on a single charge. >> the money in the market and the huge demand by school districts is driving the cost curve in the right direction and driving the performance curve in the right direction as well. >> electric school buses cost about $120,000 more than a regular school bus. but researchers say over the life of that bus, the school will save nearly $200,000. a vote for the record books coming up. find out how california made voter history ahead of the upcoming midterm election. a seven-figure shortfall in their insurance policy. i'm chris chmura, nbc bay area responds next. i'm dianne feinstein and i approve this message.
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"look what she's accomplished... she authored the ban on assault weapons... 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
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midterm election. right now at 6:30, the numbers are in and it looks like californians make history for next tuesday's midterm election. today, california secretary of state announced a record number of registered voters. democrats and republicans and everyone in between, there's a lot on the line. it's not just about next tuesday. it's happening now. here's nbc bay area reporter in santa clara county. in santa clara county, the registrar of voters says more than 300 workers are working 10 to 14 hours a day opening mail ballots, checking them and
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sorting them. they're operating this 50-foot machine separating the mail ballots by checking for signatures. >> we have hit a record number of voter registrations for santa clara county with over 886,000. >> santa clara isn't alone. the entire state of california has seen a record number of voters registering, nearly 20 million people, roughly 78% of the state's eligible voters. >> the highest percentage heading into a midterm election in nearly 70 years. >> as we say in spanish -- our vote is our voice. that's exactly why holly came by the registrar of voters in san jose today to vote early. >> if you don't vote, you don't have a voice. we all need a voice in order to make things better in our world. >> santa clara county estimates turnout could be as high as 70%. if you haven't registered yet,
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it's not too late. you can conditionally register to vote at early voting locations or here at the registrar of voters office and you can cast a ballot at the same time. >> come out and vote. easy to do. all you got to do is come do it. >> now, with the midterms just four days away, candidates are making really their closing arguments with voters. president trump made what he calls a border invasion, his rallying cry and his target is the asylum seekers walking across mexico. however, former president barack obama called what the president is saying nothing more than fear mongering. >> they're even taking our brave troops away from their families for a political stunt at the border. >> now, when president trump campaigns in west virginia and indiana, he'll be armed with good news. employers added a quarter million jobs in october and the
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unemployment stayed at a five-decade low of 3.7%. if you want a breakdown of the issues on the ballot this election, super easy. check out our voter guide at nbc bay area guide. you can go right to it. we mentioned the migrant caravan. there's a gathering spot it appears before making the final push towards the u.s. border. nearly 4,000 are arriving in the town of did he naji. more than 100 miles from the central america has not only battled -- heat, rai a sickness. there's disagreement about which route to take to the united states. at least three smaller caravans are also headed north. between 200 and 500 miles behind this main group. president trump has vowed to block any attempt by the migrants to enter the u.s. illegally. question for you. when is the next time you plan to call your insurance agent?
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we're about to give you more than a million reasons why you should be calling immediately. >> there's good information here. chris chmura is here with a north bay family fighting for the seven-figure insurance battle. chris? >> if you can't remember the last time you talked to your insurance agent, please give me three minutes of your time to convince you that you need an appointment now. they want to help you avoid the heartbreaking jam this calistoga family is in. >> i miss it so much. >> it's been 12 months since madonna day's burned down in the north bay wildfires. >> my whole life, treasures, memories are gone to ash. >> she and her eager to rebuild the farm they called middle earth. no sign of construction. >> i can't replace it. >> they is state farm. madonna and marie louise were stunned and upset to learn they
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were underinsured. even though state farm automatically adjust you had their coverage each year. >> there's a gap of at least a million dollars in what it would take to rebuild this. >> this report estimates $3.2 million to rebuild middle earth. madonna and marie louise say their policy will 1.5 million for a maximum. >> they gave us less than half right now to rebuild. >> that's a familiar chorus in the fire zone. >> the law has to change. >> amy back is a san francisco nonprofit -- her group found 66% of north bay fire victims were underinsured. who is responsible for making sure you have enough coverage? you are. even though insurance companies automatically adjust your policy yearly, state farm's website is clear. the choice is yours. fox says most people renew with whatever the computer spits out. she believes those formulas can better reflect building costs. >> if you don't know how to
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figure that out, then you got to tell your customers that. you can't continue to lull them into a false sense of security that they have enough insurance and find out after the fact that that's not true. >> it was a beautiful home. >> we contacted state farm. it declined to talk specifics of their case. instead, it sent a statement that says in part, it is our intent and obligation to pay what we owe under the terms of the policy. we are always willing to work with our customers to make sure they are receiving the benefits allowed within their policy. but madonnand marieou farmgewes is a struggle. they told us they're ready to accept and take what their policy offers. yet, state farm hasn't paid them in full to rebuild. >> it doesn't seem fair. you spend years and years baying for your insurance and then to
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have to battle for rebuilding, that's a cruel. >> as for why some homes are rebuilt and madonna is still waiting for her payment, state farm said the timeline can vary because each customer situation is unique. if you're concerned about underinsurance and you should be, please check your policy. next, ask a builder. could i rebuild my home for this amount? then call your insurance agent. if they don't want to haveew agent who will. please send us your consumer story. 888-996-tips. or visit chris, thank you. something for all of us to think about there. the feds served a subpoena on tesla and the palo alto-based hompany is cooperating wit tesla admits securities investigators want information on the model 3. which is the key to the
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company's expansion. neither side is commenting on the reason for the probe. but the "wall street journal" says a criminal investigation is under way whether tesla misled investors on overstating how many model 3s it would produce. president trump challenges game of thrones in a tweet today. tonight the fierce response from the show. here are the facts.leading attacks against prop c. the city's chief economist says prop c will "reduce homelessness" by creating affordable housing,
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expanding mental-health services, and providing clean restrooms and safe shelters with independent oversight, open books, and strict accountability measures to make sure every penny goes to solving our homeless crisis. vote yes on c. endorsed by the democratic party, nancy pelosi, and dianne feinstein.
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it's the first friday of the month. that usually means offhe popula event to address safety concerns. here's why. last month a shooting left six people wounded. the first friday event takes place on telegraph avenue and the shooting happened a few blocks away after the event ended. however, organizers are working to increase security at the gathering. >> some of the immediate changes are around messages and asking the community to come together to help make the event safe.
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around giving people places to go after the event. to help with disbursement. we're working with opd. our private security companies. >> it's a really popular event. neighbors will get a chance to discuss how to improve safety measures. a town hall meeting takes place at city hall next thursday. at december's first friday event is still scheduled to take place. president trump hyping up new sanctions against iran set to be imposed on monday. he's got a tweet with a poster reading sanctions are coming and it plays off the catch phrase winter is coming from the hbo hit series game of thrones. it's even written in the show's font. hbo, not amused. says it's not a game. the network responding with this, quote, how do you say trademark -- rocky is the language used by a character in the show. hbo said we are not aware of messaging and would prefer our
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trade box not be misappropriated for political purposes. we have good news on this friday evening. a lost horse is on the way back. it all started when this horse broke free on the streets of fremont. how would you like to -- officers found him near central park. they tweeted this photo of him. his name is mill. he had gotten loose soon after mill was reunited with his owner and is safe tonight. went on a walk about. >> just wanted to check out central park and fremont. >> really. >> little canter in the park. >> our forecast tonight, mostly clear skies. a mild 71 in san jose. nice night to do dinner outside. we'll talk about the heat and the fire warning in a few minutes. tracking breaking news. a fire forcing crews to shut down 880 in santa cruz.
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you can see the white smoke billowing. more for you after the break. th.
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a grass fire is burning near the san jose airport, just off off of this is breaking news. this is a grassfire burning near the san jose airport. we're talking about 880 near coleman avenue right there. right now, southbound lanes of 880 are shut down. crews are trying to put out those flames. this is a busy area. right now, especially during the commute hour, coleman is the exit that you take. can take that target. told no homes in danger. there are going to be some delays. show you the live picture from one of our traffic cameras. you can see the airport in the distance. the white smoke. if aid the area, you should try to because it's going to be slow and smoky. >> nearly eight months after it killed a pedestrian. uber wants to resume testing. the crash happened in tempe, arizona, in march. a self-driving car hit a woman
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walking a bike across a dark road. uber is applying to test cars in pittsburgh, pennsylvania. the company promises to put human backup drivers in each of the cars. the car that hit the pedestrian also had a human in the driver's seat. investigators determined she was watching a tv show on her phone when the crash happened. two amazon grab and go stores are up and running in san francisco and a third is on the way. our tech reporter scott mcgrew says cerzon go is the most famo grab and go store. you check in with an app. yo grab whou lines, no check out. computers figure out what you took with you and charge it to your credit card. amazon is not going to be alone. a bay area company is selling that same technology to other stores. soon the corner 7-eleven or clothing stores or bookstores
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will be checkout-free. good news for customers. bad news for cashiers. >> we're building checkout-free technology, not person-free. shopping is more than checkout. it's about discovery and finding new products. i expect everybody would spending hours scanning products. they would upgrade tojo. >> we'll take a deeper look at that technology plus take you inside a berkeley lab where they're building quantum computers on "press: here." sunday os after meet the press. the folks at hgtv teased us with a group photo. recognize these folks in front of the brady bunch house. the brady kids. they're not kids anymore. in fact, they're middle aged. posing with them, the property brothers and other hgtv stars. a shooting for the new show, a very brady renovation. you recall back in august, they
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bought the studio city home, plans to redesign the interior. so you know, none of the indoor scenes were ever shot at the house. they were all done in a studio. the new show is with the exterior and what the house looks like on the inside premieres next september. we're talking about middle aged brady bunch people. >> marcia, marcia, marcia, it's more whine i. >> marcia, marcia, marcia. >> oh, man. it will be cool to see the inside and make them matcht hopefully. >> i think ts plan. to make it reflect the way we remember it. from the kitchen. >> september. >> we're going to watch this. >> the kitchen, it had that avocado green and orange. >> the long phone cord. >> take it away. bring you into that weather forecast as you come bo the upcoming weekend. warm temperatures coming our way.
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we'll also still have fire danger. we do want to bring you to some of the breaking news. a fire near the san jose airport, also near the coleman exit. the smoke is blowing right towards downtown. the way the wind is pushing it. the interesting thing here, you can see on the edge of the screen, the air traffic lines up from this direction and is actually flying through the smoke. we may ceedee clas at the san jose airport if they have a tough time getting the fire tamped down. we'll be follow it on facebook and twitter and any updates through the night. looking at the cwinds out of no. not extremely gusty. that's good news for the firefight. forecastttle area of through low pressure developing to the south. what we're going to see happen is air flow from high pressure to low pressure. it's basically going to drag
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downwind from the north and the east and it's a drying wind here across the bay area. that's why there's a red flag fire warning issued. it starts at 1:00 a.m. on saturday. goes through 6:00 a.m. on sunday. as for the hills, we could get gusts of 20 to 40. you've got to go a thousand feet and above to get the isolated wind gusts. due to the dry wind developing, not much fog. we'll start with temperatures in the upper 50s and lows. a nice cool beginning throughout the bay area. 60.for the east bay and west bay by the afternoon, though, i push temperatures up again. it is not going to feel like november. we're taking it back to august with these conditions. more than 10 degrees above average. gilroy, 86. 83 in san jose. lock at this number in danville. up to 88 tomorrow. it will feel like low 90s. 84 in martinez and oakland, 78. a slight breeze off the bay for
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the peninsula. 79 in redwood city. san francisco mainly 60s. be in the low 70s. the north bay stays warm. we're up to 87 in napa. my extended forecast for san francisco, it's simple. an average of 60s over the next seven days and dry. inland valleys at the 87 tomorrow with the fire warning. don't forget the clocks on sunday. down to 83. eventually 70s into the forecast. >> little bit of a loop. we'll get you prepared and you can see it means an earlier sunrise at 6:38 and earlier sunset at 5:08. so less time to be out in the pool and barbecuing this weekend. but get to bed, get some sleep with it being darker earlier. >> yeah. that will be kind of nice. hour extra of sleep, we'll take that any day. thanks, jeff. did you see that game last night? everybody talking about nick mullen be, the kid who lit up
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the raiders. there might be a controversy at the quarterback position in santa clara. colin resch is next. 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 that simplify your experience. my name is mike, i'm in product development at comcast. we're working to make things simple, easy and awesome.
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before last night, nick mullen's barely registered a
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blip on the nfl radar. look at him now. >> nick mullen, who is this kid? >> mullen led the 49ers to a thrashing of the raiders. today, some hesitation from the niners' head coach. here's colin resch from santa clara. >> who would have thought the final battle of bay and the star of the game, an undrafted free agent who spent all of last season and the start of this season on the practice squad. nick mullen.flction for nick mullen. he's kafred his way through jon grud gruden's defense. >> we're keeping our secret weapon ready to go. >> who is nick mullen? >> he's a man. what you mean? been doing it every day. every time he's on the field, he does this stuff. nothing new to us. >> if i had known he would --
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obviously he's a scout team quarterback of the walk through. this is the starting defense like we're supposed to know who plays. >> getting judged off these interceptions i know. >> they were trying to shred us. he's a really competitive guy. >> rate i hadders with the firsthand thursday night. a confident guy. look no further than his college career to figure out why. >> it show he's a good player. favre who called to congratulate mullen after the win. >> he told me how proud of me he was. he sent me a message before the game and said no pressure, just be yourself. >> if from the first snap he took command in that muddle. i can't tell you how many times he told us to quiet down and it was impressive. he studied his butt off all week. he's prepared and ready to go. he went out and executed. he killed it. >> i don't think he could have
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played any better. >> i don't think so either. >> mullen get a second straight start when they host the giants on monday night football? kyle shanahan will make the decision next week. in santa clara, colin resch, nbc bay area. finally, friday night, update on the breaking news. that's the fire that's burning off of san jose. 880 at coleman. you can see the flames there. vegetation fire. it's a traffic mess. southbound 880 closed twocled. you can see rig t be up to six miles long. complete coverage at 11:00.
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