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opini. let's bring in our meteorologist. don't wash us out. >> if you're on the coast, this is the one weather alert we'll have to start the weekend. as high as 15 feet and breakers on the coast. higher than 20 feet at times for places like pacifica. we're seeing light rain close to san jose. mobile doppler radar around santa cruz mountains. spotty areas of just heavy drizzle or brief light rain around san francisco. this is the first wave coming through right now. you can see we'll be dealing with more showers as we head into the weekend. the big take away from this weekend compared to last is the rain total that we're likely to find as we go into saturday night. sierra travel also impacting. a big impact there for the weekend. we'll talk more about when the
rain moves out and the frosty temperatures settle into the bay area. a closer look coming up in 12 minutes. >> thank you. winter is coming a couple of weeks from now. rob will be tweeting the weather updates. he's a good follow. h breaking news where a bizarre six-hour stand off just came to an end. see a lot of police activity. this is where police have been with a home invasion suspect. police were called to a home invasion around 10:30 this morning. they spotted the suspect and chased him to that building under construction. he started throwing construction equipment at police and negotiators five stories below.
>> he doesn't have food or water. how can he survive there. >> at one point police used a drone to drop a cell phone on the roof to talk to him after hours of erratic behavior this mine finally sur rerndsed. a jarring week for students and parents in gil roy. five months after the garlic shooting, there's another threat. it's how the school handled it that has the parents crying foul. >> reporter: the festival shooting does weigh heavily on this situation. families say they were rattled when they heard about the school shooting threat and say they felt like they were being punished for trying to protect their kids. many gilroy high school students were rattled when the school alerted them wednesday morning of a shooting threat for that
day and not reshiassured even though they said extra police would be on campus. this community went through the trauma of the gilroy garlic fast value shooting and the other shootings nationwide. >> we've had it happen in our community and for it to happen again is terrifying. >> reporter: they decided the pull their kids out of school only to be told it would be an unexcused absence and would have to be made up on a satsurday. >> it should be up to us parents to decide what is kredsabcredib what is not. >> reporter: they say they take every threat seriously and investigated this one describing it as a parent with third hand information. >> the threat was there was going to be a shooting in the next day that would be gang related. >> reporter: the district told us late this afternoon the
school decided today to convert the unexcused absences into excused absences. this was news to alexa who said if that's true she is relieved but frustrated. >> we're getting punished for trying to protect our safety and our parents trying to protect us. it was a little uneasy. i'm glad it's going to be exc e excusexcus excused. >> reporter: she did check her online attendance record and the absence has not been changed. the district verified the change so it appears no one will have to show up here on saturday. nbc bay area news. >> very good. thank you. we have news on the woman who rammed her car into her son's barber after a harr cuirc. the 28-year-old mother is charged with hit and run, child abuse because her children were in the car and attempted murder. >> you have to have the planning
and indication that you will cause harm and ultimately try to kill someone and that's ha the evidence showed. she was trying to do that to the barber. police say she hit 63-year-old barber bryan martin and crashed right sbointo his business ther. that's a photo of him in the hospital with a broken leg in was on december 4th. she did flee the scene but turned herself in on wednesday just a couple of days ago. she was upset about her son's haircut. an east bay man is in jail after he tried to assault the mayor of martinez. he approached him and said he was making a citizen's arrest and things quickly turned ugly. jodi hernandez has more on the good samaritan. >> they were about here when he started to grab me. >> reporter: he says he is still shaken with his brush with a man
who violently grabbed him yesterday. >> he said i'm here to arrest. . i said what do you mean? he said i'm lawfully here to do a citizen's arrest. put your hands behind your back. the mayor says a good samaritan stopped his car in the middle of the street and stepped in to help at the right moment. a local welder didn't want the show his face on camera but told us he had to stop and help, wrestling the man to the ground. >> getting beat up by a crazy man. just got in there and stopped it. >> i felt i was watching an episode of live tv. it was pretty violent. >> reporter: the man -- >> continuously have bias. >> reporter: seen here in a youtube video bit him in the arm and ear and scratched him in the eye. the major says he is so grateful. >> how thankful i am for him, for his actions. i probably wouldn't be standing
here right now, uninjured. >> reporter: his friends say it's not first time he's come to the rescue. they say he pulled a man from a crashed and burning car about a year ago. >> he's our hero. he's super man. >> just shows there are people out there that want to help other people and won't put up with violence and put their health and welfare on the line to help others. >> reporter: he doesn't feel like a hero, just a normal guy. the suspect will be arraigned on monday on battery and criminal threat. >> thank you. the clock is ticking for governor newsome to approve or reject pg&e 13 billion dollar wildfire settlement. the governor has until midnight to describe.
if the governor doesn't give the setment a thumbs up, it will be terminated unless pg&e can revive it. they are hoping for an approval. the paper work was filed late yesterday. it claims if all goes accordingly, pg&e could be out of bankruptcy by june. the utility says it would with able to pay wildfire victims and meet all the requirements of a new state bill regulating public utilities. a very old fight has taken a new twist. dog walkers have battled with the feds. some claim the government is trying to pull fast one to try to change the rules. >> reporter: this is a popular spot for dog walking.
language that was introduced what pyres to be cutting to some access here is not sitting well with people who have been bringing their dogs here for years. the group says the change was made using an administrative process. in a cruded city like san francisco the dog advocacy group says every space for animals is critical. >> dogs are members of our family but these areas are critically important in places to exercise to leave the stress. the more you concentrate people with dogs in the small areas, it's going be more conflict and more impact on the environment.
>> some of the main areas near the parking lot would not be included in this. it mentioned this a decades old fight and goes well beyond where dogs can play on or off leash. expect the issue to get bigger before it gets resolved. we did reach out to other organizations including the park service for comment but didn't hear back just yet. reporting live in san francisco, chr christie smith, nbc bay area news. up next, an open house at apple's new spacious campus. how the move meant to build relationships with its neighbors isn't going over well with every one. can't keep up with the christmas chaos. the reason you might want to think twice before completing there online order. more liegght rain continues near san jose and the south bay and more likely as we start the upcoming weekend. we can expect things to dry out
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did you get your invite? what started as a gesture of good will might be backfiring for apple. the company is inviting neighbors to a v.i.p. tour of its spaceship campus but not every neighbor is invited. >> reporter: many people are upset because they did not receive one of the neighbors only invite to an open house being held by apple. >> the construction for three years, my car and the mail. i have to replace my tires twice.
>> reporter: many who live here tell us they have mixed feelings about apple's new campus and the decision to invite neighbors for an exclusive open house event. >> some neighbors were confused or upset that they didn't get one. i'm fine. >> i'm so curious about it. >> reporter: they say they believe they are campus neighbors but none of them got an invite. apple says they did not provide details on how they were chosen or how many were invited. >> all the neighbors, they need to invite every one there.
thanks so much. vm is less than two weeks away. you may they you have plenty of time for holiday shopping but if you're doing it online, you may be out of time. a record online shopping season now threatening to delay your delivery. >> reporter: this is another truck. this is where most u.p.s. packages come and go in the south bay. like many other companies, dhl and you have some others, u.p.s. says that more packages are coming in making it nearly impossible to get them all out on time. u.p.s., fedex, pick your shipper baa t but the plemessage is the same. they are getting crushed and
online shopping so to blame. >> we're taking vacation and my husband ordered a sleeping bag from amazon three weeks ago and it's not here yet. we're going to have to go to rei later tonight. >> reporter: u.p. says blames weather but says he's experiencing record shipping volumes. fedex tells nbc bay area that it is experiencing some of the highest volume days in the company's history. same issues with the company on track which is a bit off track at the moment but says it's woo working hard to restore normal services. all are adding shifts and working longer hours. for traditional brick and mortar businesses like this mom and pop shop, the backlog is an opportunity to draw some clouds back for some old fashioned in person shopping. >> this is amazing. >> get a personal touch. we get traffic in here.
we know people's names. they are not rushed. >> reporter: one shipper told me something has got to give saying all the delivery companies need to get together after the new year and come up with better ways the meet the growing online demand. too late for people like kesha who will be out of town. >> it will sit on our porch for a cup of weeks and we'll have to send it back when we're home. >> reporter: u.p.s. and fedex tell me most packages are arriving on time but the question now is for how long. nbc bay area news. >> thank you. it's not just a football team. raiders fans will tell you it's way of life. this week a life changing event. the raiders will play their final game in oakland. it will be emotional for thousands of people in the bay area. the raiders host the jaguars on sunday. so many memories inside that
stadium. so many celebrations and a lot of heart ache too. players say they are grateful for the fans in oakland. >> take a look. this is their $2 billion dome. it will be ready for next season but you never know with the raiders. those glass panels, parking lots all being put in place. this is at allegiance stadium. it's hard to do this. >> the warriors leaving oakland and now the raiders. i feel bad. >> the raiders are leaving the bay area. this is a big deal. >> they come back before. >> they have. they're not coming back this time. i think i will still be raiders fan but it won't be the same. we lose so much of the fabric.
>> it is sad. you'll notice the chill in the air. highs in the mid-50s. as the raiders take on the jacksonville jaguars, kick off time just after 1:00. also by the way that sunday forecast helping out the 49ers out of levi stadium. kick off around 1:25 in the afternoon. temperatures in the mid to upper 4 4 50s. you can see some of that on our storm doppler radar. we saw light rain around cuppertino. this is the trend that will take us all the way to this time tomorrow night. we'll continue to see the bands of showers pushing through. i think at times the temperatures will be trending
cooler once this rain moves out we'll be talking about frost as we get into monday morning. during the day you'll notice the light rain coming through. saturday evening from about 4:00 to 11:00. we'll see a period of locally moderate rain. nothing like we saw last weekend. it's the first half of the weekend that deals with the showers. sunday it's some good news for out door plans. things trending drier for the second half of the weekend. rain totals, a lot less than we saw last weekend. totals below about a tenth of an inch of rain. consider last weekend we had half inch of rain rates per hour around the bay area. very different looking pattern for this weekend. now for the sierra the snow continues. could see another 6 to 12 inches. that's something we're tracking in the sierra. we'll take a closer look at our
seven-day forecast which brings more rain chances as we head toward the middle part of the week. a closer look at 6:45. back to you. see you soon. next, all set for the next debate but will there be one bp the reason democratic candidates are threatening to boycott the next face off. steyer: i'm about to say two words
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hear the president's case to keep his taxes private. the court is likely to rule in june. they want the tax returns as part of a criminal investigation. a university labor dispute could cancel the next democratic debate. loyola is hosting the debate next thursday. the university food service union workers are on strike. workers are fighting for higher pay. today senator elizabeth warren tweeted she would not cross the picket lines to get to the debate. bernie sanders followed along with the other candidates. the dnc says they are looking into the issue. if you want to be insured next year, there's only a few days to apply. they offer financial assistance to those who qualify. nearly half a million people have qualified for state help. the deadline to apply and see if
you qualify is sunday. we're getting a look at the future of all electric fire engines on the peninsula. on wednesday night we reported how the fire district unveiled this. it's first electric fire truck. last night the district spent hours discussing whether they will make a down payment to buy this all electric fire truck. the price tag, $1.2 million bucks. it's eco friendly and much more expensive than the standard diesel engine. the board is expected to take a final vote next tuesday night. up next, headed towards historic vote. that major hurdles democrats have cleared in their push to impeach president trump. tehe end of a 17 month trad war between the world's two biggest economies. details on the trade deal between the u.s. and china and what it means for you. on the economy, a unique leader.
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committee approved two articles of impeachment against president trump. >> he betrayed the nation. he moved toward corrupt elections and abuses hi power. >> reporter: today ease vote an exercise in efficiency after two days of sprawling debate running into the night. the articles accuse president trump of abusing his power by trying to leverage ukraine's military aid in exchange for announcing politically motivated investigations and then obstructing congress by blocking witnesses and defying subpoenas. republicans insisting the president did nothing wrong. >> for democrats impeachment is their drug. it's their obsession. it's their total focus. >> reporter: president trump meeting with the president of paraguay and touting a trade agreement with china claiming impeachment has been good for him. >> fund raising for the republican party has gone through the roof. we're setting records. nobody has ever seen anything
like it because the people are disgusted. >> reporter: the president looking ahead to a republican run senate trial during which majority leader mitch mcconnell promises he will coordinate closely with the white house. >> there's no chance the president will be removed from office. >> to come out and say host coordinating closely with the chief defendant around decided it's not going to happen is an outrage. >> reporter: democrats and republicans bitterly po llarize. president trump spoke a trade deal with china today. here is what the deal looks like. he'll be farm goods. the president will cancel the tariffs on chinese goods. they would have forced americans to pay more for chinese products lie toys a
like toys and electronicelectro. president trump is boasting about the deal. financial analysts say it's too soon to judge the success of his deal. the white house says this deal is just phase one with more negotiations continuing next year. a wild 24 hours in the united kingdom. boris johnson says his top priorities as the newly elected prime minister are national healing and leaving the eu, the european europeanonon. he won a mandate to be britain's prime minister for the next five years. he defeated jeremy corbin. he's been reaching tout inin ii divided britain. >> i urge every one to find closure and let the healing begin. >> he's promised to get brexit done by january 31st. donald trump congratulated him. the tragedy in new zealand continues to grow.
it's confirmed 14 people were killed in the volcanic eruption last week. six more bodies were recovered today. this morning's mission was high stakes. volcano is still active. two people are still missing be they are believed to be in the water. rescue teams will resume their search tomorrow. new information on a disturbing crime in new york city. a teenager is accused of killing a college freshman. tessa majors was from virginia but studied in new york city. she died on wednesday in a park in the upper east side of town near the college. investigators say three boys tried to rob her and during that struggle one of the teenagers pulled out a knife and repeatedly stabbed her. she died a few minutes later. police arrested a 13-year-old and prosecutors charged him with the stabbing. at this point he's not being charged as an adult. a deadly overnight shooting in the south bay. it happened around 2:00 many the morning on south white road in
san jose. they found a man dead on the sidewalk in front of a home. several people were detained for questioning this morning. >> i lived here all my life and we have been here in this one location for over 35 years. we haven't seen anything like this. >> police say they do have a possible suspect but no names have been released. a third man wanted in connection with a gang related stabbing at a candle gas station is off the streets tonight. this attack happened in august at the shell station on hamilton avenue. these three men stabbed another man in the chest. that man survived but these attackers alleged, attackers took off. a day later police arrested two of the men on the left side. on wednesday officers arrested the man on the far right. they say the third man, gonzalez, is the third attacker there. a teenager is in trouble for making threats to a school on the peninsula.
police say they received tips about a threat to gun high scho school. now the student is undergoing a mental health evaluation. police did find a realistic gun that shoots bbs at the student's home. a problem with muni trains that cause commuter nightmares yesterday was not an isolated incident. we have been reporting about equipment failures on some of the brand new cars. tonight we have video that shows the lengths muni is going to to keep the new fleet running. >> reporter: this is what's left of the light rain train car number 2033 the p. t motte the work ov thieves or vandals but rather muni maintenance crews. they are taking part from this train to keep the rest of the new fleet running. it's been picked over from floor to ceiling, the front steps,
control instruments and even the wheels scrounged for parts. nbc bay area investigative unit learned a total of four cars have been cannibalized like this. they said they swap out parts. they say it's matter of convenience given the cost and delay of getting new parts from overseas. the head of the operators union says new trains are not holding up well. >> i'm not entirely sure what the point is building a $3 million train just to be picked on for parts, to be standing like a pick and pull junk yard. it doesn't make sense. >> it's brand new. they shouldn't be going through spare parts s that fast. >> it makes you wonder if the vehicle is built is rugged enough to take this operating
environment. >> reporter: just this week muni had to cut back to running mostly single car trains after a pin in one of the coupler systems broke and the manufacturer said replacement pins were defective and won't last long. >> we're going to get to the bottom. if their product is unfixable, we won't procure more of them wrp w wrp. >> reporter: we showed him the video and he said they have explaining to do. >> not when they are brand new. >> reporter: stuck many the middle, riders who just want safe and reliable transportation. up next, the reason a boy scout troop is apologizing for
a bay area crab fisherman will pay dearly for breaking the rules. the district attorney's office announced a $20,000 judgment against him. he's accused of abandoning crab traps and harvesting crab outside of the designated season. the judgment limits when he can fish for crabs in future. the boy scouts are apologizing for a controversial display at san jose christmas in the park. the christmas tree is hung upside down by what appeared to be a noose. some people found it upsetting. you can see they have already changed the display but the tree is still you thihung upside dow.
the boy scouts said it was not their intention to offend anyone. rj finally, scientists are able to capture images of exploding stars. they are bright floating objects on your screen. an x-ray telescope is able to take pictures of these stars. these are the first images. scientists can use them to determine the mass and measurements of the stars. there's more news from space. one of the best meteor showers of the year is hours away. the meteor shower will be at its peak around midnight tonight. 120 meteors will fly by. because of the bright moon and we have some rain, viewers may only be able to see about 20. nasa meteorologists say go to the darkest place possible with no street lights or house lights and then you might have chance
to see some of these meteors. >> this is why we need a pg&e black out. >> they're tough to find in december. the clouds and the rain. there's a reason why you don't see many. we're seeing light rain outside now and a preview of the city lights. we'll talk more about our light rain chances when we come right back. christmas trees often catch fire and sometimes kill. i'm consumer investigator. we're testing out a new wireless dama gadget designed to alert you. ha. ha. stop! there are a lot of ways to get a dui. and a lot of ways to go. text a friend. call a cab. share a ride. whatever you choose to do, go safely, california. ...6, 7, 8 ♪ ♪ ♪ big dreams start with small steps...
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that's according to the national fire protection association. what you're seeing on your screen right now is a christmas tree that a federal agency set on fire to demonstrate how quickly the lens can burn and how fast the flames engulf a home. >> if that was in your home, you would have less than two minutes to escape the house. the heat build up is really rapid. >> reporter: this week we did our own test. we set a tree on fire with the help of cal fire. we burned a degrouglas fir with new ornament designed to help you if your tree catches on fire. we'll show you what happens in the test and walk you through free or nearly free things to help prevent the christmas tree fire. if you have something for us to check out, give us call or go to nbcbayarea.com/respond. i'll join you tonight at 11:00.
baby yoda is the new star in the new disney plus series. when it came out last month searches for baby yoda on amazon jumped by 7,000 percent. hasbro is rushing into production of baby yoda toys. you cannot get them for the holiday. they will be available in the spring. >> so cute. this is starting to be very big week for actress scarlet johansson. look at these love birds. she says she looks forward to getting to scratch her comedic itch. >> it's very difficult for me to remember the first couple of times i hosted because it was a big blur and then each time i've hosted it's gotten much easier to be present in the moment and really enjoy the week.
>> she looks forward to the laughs but says she's also thrilled a eed about her multip nominatio nominations. >> a will the of love and sparks will be flying. that's a great season so far. we're talking about the rain and the big weekend of really christmas shopping, holiday shopping, tree shopg, everything. >> and big football games here at home on sunday which will be good timing for that for sunday trending drier but right now still seeing some light rain. low clouds and pretty views around san francisco. san jose still seeing showers. you'll notice by the weekend temperatures running quite bit kee cooler as subtropical air moves out.
the moisture is forced to rise up p up. more of this to come. these band or waves of lighter rain will continue to pass through about saturday night. sunday will be the cooler of the weekend days as skies start to clear and look out patchy fog a distinct possibility for tomorrow morning. hour by hour tomorrow waking up to areas of patchy fog and like we saw today towards the end of the day and the evening we'll see the rain become a little more widespread and could see some brief, moderate showers at time around the peninsula as we head into saturday night. clears skies in time for the ra raiders football game. notice the rain totals with this
particular storm through 11:00 saturday. look what it's doing. statewide totals up to 112%. more snow continues to fly. if you have travel plans heading toward the sierra, saturday still the winter weather advisory and we could see another 6 to 12 inches of snow. we bring back the toyota tahoe report. i wanted to show you the temperatures. look how the highs drop into the upper 20s and 30s and lows will be in the teens around the sierra as we head into monday. bay area locations could wake up to patchy frost on monday. overall monday is a pretty good day for out door plans if you need too get anything done because late tuesday into more wednesday more rain comes on in. probably about quarter inch to half inch of rain with that particular system.
once we pass wednesday a few more chances of rain but those will stay to areas north. the seven-day forecast is staying pretty busy where the weekend is concerned. chilly temperatures. look at the bottom of the screen. we'll see patchy frost. temperatures staying cool through midweek with more showers and more snow in the sierra. amazing conditions there. mid-january like conditions. >> good for all the boarders and skiers. >> fresh snow coming up there. back to our raiders coverage, the swan song for the silver and black in oakland. say it isn't so. what the raiders are saying before their fair werewell to t east bay. so, as you can see, saving can be quite simple. case in point, if you get xfinity internet and mobile together, big savings on your wireless bill.
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away. >> there's always excitement for the last home game in any nfl season. this sunday it's going to be different. it's going to be memorable and emotion mall al it's going to be memorable and emotion mall as the raiders pl their final home game ever here at the coliseum. expect a lot of talk about the last ever introduction, the last ever touchdown and one last chance for john gruden to celebrate a win in the black hole. f >> it's hard to think about what it will be like stepping in there for the last time ever. >> reporter: the raiders moved in the coliseum in 1966. then they moved and came back in the mid-90s. many say this time it feels more final. they are headed to las vegas and expected to open in a new $2 billion stadium. >> it hits a tone with me. >> reporter: he's clearly taking
stock of what he'll miss and that starts with the black hole. >> a lot of my friends are in the black hole. i don't have a lot of friends except for guys in the black hole. >> reporter: the three game losing streak has doomed their chances of making the playoff and adds more pressure for the silver and black to go out with a win against jacksonville. >> we'll want to try to give a memorable effort to our fan and it will be emotional for sure. >> raiders. >> the black hole. you don't go to any other stadium and see something like that. people have tried to imitate it. there's only one and it's raider nation. it started here. >> derek carr is recounting his coliseum memories. >> whether we have been 0-10 or whatever trying to get playoff spot, our fans are selling that place out and always here. >> now he says he wants to create one more lasting memory
walking up the field sunday with a victory. >> so many mixed motions for every one as the team leads. >> i wish they ended up on a better note. >> he said something interesting. all these teams, red sox nation, it's one thing. it's raider nation. thanks for joining us. have great evening. >> be back at 11:00. hope to see you then. ernest hemingway wrote the old man and the sea at 52
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