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a gorgeous start to what should be a beautiful day. thanks for starting your weekend with us. i'm kira klapper. vianey arana joins us with a preview of your microclimate forecast. it's definitely chilly out there this morning. >> there it is. at least for the first half of our day. 30s and 40s to start. low 40s in san jose. 41 degrees. that sunshine is going to warm us up plenty by afternoon. let's take a look at your temperature trend. it's a little chillier in the north bay. if you notice, by about 10:00, 11:00 a.m., the sunshine comes through and we start to warm up quickly into the upper 50s, topping out in the upper 60s by 2:00. so by your lunch hour, we will be comfortable in the upper 60s, maybe even a couple low 70s. similar conditions were as well with a lot of sunshine. six in san francisco. i'll talk about how long this dry spell will last in a few
minutes. kira? >> well see you in about 15. thanks so much. many people in the bay area are readying to roll up their sleeves to get the covid vaccine. health leaders are partnering with kaiser to give vaccines to first responders and people older than 75 at the solano county fairgrounds at 9:00 a.m. in berkeley, it's the first weekend for vaccinations at the newly opened site at golden gate fields. it light. ven to people 75 and older. appointments may be available in the coming days. and over in san francisco, the moscone center opened for the first time. people 65 and older, as well as health care workers, can get their shots as well as health care coverage. appointments are required. the goal is to give 10,000 shots
per day. >> now to something happening all over the country. people standing in line at a pharmacy or vaccination site hoping for leftover sights. cheryl herd tells us about vaccine hunters. >> reporter: they wait in the cold, in the dark, sometimes for hours. county health center people, many way below the age of 75, wait to secure a leftover dose. they are doing what they need to do to get that shot in the arm. >> no extra vaccines today. so we're a little disappointed. we understand. it's a good sign. that means everyone came to their appointment today. probably they are the most vulnerable people who need it the most. >> they say they are not jumping the line but making sure the vaccines don't expire. if you don't want to stand in line, people have come in with ways to track extra doses
through crowdsourcing. >> they have been thrown away because people didn't show up for their area. >> a.d., who lives in fremont, wanted to make tracking down shots easier. so he started this vaccine hunters facebook group for the bay area. places where vaccinations are being ue leveraging the power of of crowdsourcing and making sure the vaccines get to people in need. >> county health officials here in contra costa county are scrambling to put together a system so people won't have to stand in line. >> what the health department is just starting and will roll out more on monday is they're developing a list of individuals by tier. so older individuals. and will call them towards the end of the day to have them come down. >> that's what the health centers are starting to do all over the bay area. in the meantime, people are
going the extra mile to protect themselves and make sure covid shots don't go to waste. cheryl herd, nbc bay area news. >> thousands of people will soon be heading to levi stadium, not for a 49ers game of course, but for the covid vaccine. starting tuesday it will be the largest mass vaccination site in all of california. leaders in east san jose say opening mass vaccination site is a great idea. but add if the county is getting that manyvaccines, more should be going to the e side of san jose, which has seen the most positive cases and deaths in santa clara county. >> if we're going to control the numbers, save lives, we have to make sure it is happening right in the communities where people are getting the sickest, where people are dying. . >> three sites are open in san
jose. a mobile sight will open on the east side on story road. not everybody is jumping in line to get the covid vaccine. new numbers show half of the santa clara county sheriff's department declined the vaccine. it stunned some county supervisors. why are they refusing and how does it compare to other essential workers? >> reporter: as the county works to boost its covid vaccinations by expanding sites to get a shot, new info released during a public safety meeting this week shows of the sheriff's deputies and staff, 48% declined the vaccine. >> which i have to is say is a mind boggling number. >> reporter: it includes about 400 deputies working in the jail system. studies show prisons and jails are at high risk of outbreaks. . >> i am a little bit speechless. we can't significantly reduce or eliminate outbreaks in the jail
if every day we have people coming into the jail who haven't been vaccinated. >> reporter: some declined for medical reasons or said they had covid recently and think they are protected. they 15% of firefightersasons. nationally, the cdc says only 8% of nurses chose to get the shot yet. >> is this a firm refusal, or is it i'm just going to wait a little bit and get it the next time. >> infection disease expert says correction staff especially should be vaccinated to protect themselves, inmates and the public. >> i really want to understand what the fears are and then provide some education, some myth busting around it. ultimately, i hope they all get vaccinated. because the inmates, the people in jails, prisons, they are very
vulnerable. >> they are researching whether they can require them on patrol and in the jail. they want a breakdown on numbers on why they are decleaning the vaccine. ian cull, nbc bay area news. the supreme court is now telling california it can resume indoor worship and the state cannot enforce the ban on indoor worship because of the pandemic. a majority of the justices ruled that the state cannot ban indoor services in places where cases are not surging. the court says indoor capacity can be capped at 25%. the justices stopped singing and shouting. back to the super bowl. if you're still deciding who you are rooting for in tomorrow's big game, locals argue if you want to stay true for the bay area, you have to go for the bucs. tom brady is playing in his 10th
super bowl and his first with tampa. standing in the way of another magical moment for him is patrick mahomes and the kansas city chiefs. they beat the 49ers in super bowl 54. just shy of 7:09 on your saturday. much more ahead on "today in the bay", including men and women in uniform heading to the bay area. the new orders coming from president biden.
oroweat bread. gathering, baking and delivering the goodness of nature... from one generation to the next and from seed to slice. ♪ ahhh. ahhh. ahhh. ah. ♪ welcome back. it is 7:11 on your saturday morning. i cannot get enough of these cotton candy skies as we look towards san francisco from emeryville. clear enough to see sutro tower in the background. a little bit of haze out there. we have a chilly morning. 30s and 40s to start the day. vianey arana says sunshine is bound to warm us all up. the number of bay area
vaccinations is now more than 902,000. statewide, more than 4 million doses have been administered. and across the u.s., it is now more than 36 million. more help is on the way. the pentagon will deploy 1,000 troops to help support vaccination centers. the first wave will be coming to california and should arrive in the next 10 days. they are expected to staff the oakland coliseum site. the biden covid response team outlined its first uses of the defense production act. top of the list is action that should help pfizer meet its manufacturing targets for its vaccine. . >> our first action gets pfizer more equipment and supplies enabling them toamp r up production and deliver more vaccine faster. >> earlier this week, pfizer said it planned to deliver 200 million doses to the u.s. by may. at more ahead on "today in the bay". a fight over reopening schools in san francisco. we're hearing from the teachers
the requirements they're demanding before they will go back to the classroom. >> and it's a lovely start. it's going to be a warm day. how warm? i'll have the details on that our next chance of rain coming up. in our special black history month series, we are recognizing one of the greatest series of the 20th century r.etta james move to the filmore district at the age of 12. she won six agreements and was listed by "rolling stone" magazine as one of the top 100 singers of all time. she performed five times at the san francisco jazz festival. and of course is known for several hit songs including "at last." we salute you, etta james. we'll be right back.
the pressure has been mounting for san francisco schools to reopen. teachers and other school employees say they won't budge until certain conditions are met. the teachers union says educators will return when they hit the red tier but only if all staff are vaccinated, there's adequate testing for students, and more ppe. mayor london breed's office responded saying in part that private schools and city learning hubs have been operating for months without a single outbreak. the district plans to respond to the union's proposal quickly. it's time to check in with vianey arana for a look at our microclimate forecast. we have had beautiful weather the last couple days. it sounds like you have gorgeous weather for us today. . >> i think it's going to be a pretty good day, you're right. sunshine to start our morning. plenty into the afternoon. and it's also going to be warmer
today. so beautiful day to go outside and enjoy. heads-up, i do have my nosey binx. he's on my lap if you hear a little bark. heavenly lake tahoe. more ra, me snow. i'll get to that in a second. let's get local in san jose, 41 degrees. beautiful views there. and how about walnut creek. 40 degrees. we are seeing 30s to start in the sheltered valleys. a little colder through there. doppler radar and satellite, things pretty quiet overall. the bay area will remain dry because we have high pressure dominating in our forecast. let's look at your daytime highs. it will be the warmest day out of the week. upper 60s in the south bay. san jose, 68 degrees. milpitas, 68. morgan hill, 68. in through the east bay, oakland topping out at 65 degrees. concord and antioch, upper 60s,
possibly low 70s. 65, san mateo. even san francisco expected to top out in the mid-60s. how about 70s in ukiah and clear lake. we have high pressure system dominating. that's been keeping us dry and warm. if you notice looking towards next wednesday into thursday, we have an approaching system. and that's going to bring our next chance of seeing rain in the forecast, which means the possibility of more snow. so i'm pushing this timeline. this is way out ahead into thursday, friday, next weekend. look at that. sierra snow might be in on the forecast once again. and that could mean of course dangerous travel conditions. for now, look at your seven-day forecast. notice the temperatures staying warm through tomorrow. we start to see a decrease as the ridge of high pressure begins to back off on tuesday and wednesday, we get a system passing to our north. that will bring more cloudiness
to the bay area. definitely go out and enjoy the sunshine this weekend and the warmer weather. we decrease into the low 60s, upper 50s yet again into the start of the workweek with rain chances moving in on thursday and next friday. now, again, we are still far out. as far as timing goes, that could change. one thing for sure, sunshine is here to stay for tomorrow. and also if you have plans to maybe, you know, do a little organizing today, because why not, it's the weekend, i have my climate hacks for today. we're talking about a simple swap that you can do in your everyday life. that could also reduce the clutter. so take a look. >> from bins to drawers, stacks of these paper bills can become more than just clutter around the house. just think about it. between the water and light bills and the junk bill, we
throw away a lot of paper. researchers at the university of southern indiana say the average american tosses 13,000 pieces of paper a year, and most of it is mail. up in a landfill. so what can you do? a lot of companies offer an e friendly option you can do right from your phone. that means instead of a physical piece of mail, you would get a text or email. by switch to go electronic bills you could prevent seven pounds of envelopes and bills from being printed in the first place. if everyone in san francisco got their bills electronically it would save 5.7 million pounds of paper just a year. follow me at nbcbayarea.com. >> i'm a big fan of that tip,
vianey. i think all my bills are electronic by now. i am still trying to convince my mother to do electronic bills, but she is an old-fashioned gal. >> same here. >> thanks, girl. see you again in a few minutes. just shy of 7:21. much more ahead on "today in the bay". coming up, is what you feed your dog harming our environment? we'll show you the small changes you can make to their menu to make a lasting impact coming up.
>> you don't see dogs finishing kibble like that. >> chomp sky is part of a bigger trend. >> we are buying foods that tend to have more meat. >> caroline gruenewald studies agriculture. >> it leads to more livestock production. >> a cup of this. >> here it's dinner time for the picky poodles. teens. .
>> how has dog food changed? >> it has gone more complex and crazy and expensive. >> colorful bags with words like raw, ancestral and grain free. most of these more expensive foods are meatier. >> more meat and higher quality by human standards cuts of meat. >> she cites a 2017 study that food for cats and dogs accounts for a quarter of the livestock in the u.s. and the u.s. makes a third of the world's pet food. >> sustainable in u.s. pet food production could have significant global benefits. >> here in the bay area, primal pet foods is a member of the pet sustainability coalition. >> dogs and cats need meat to survive. we need to find a way to be sustainable and to provide what makes them healthy. >> so while primal assists on using only human-grade meat, they use the cuts of meat that americans typically don't want.
>> you can use all parts of the animal. for dogs and cats, the difference between a fillet and heart, the heart is more nutritious. . >> and bone male, known as animal byproducts. >> there's a lot of misunderstanding about what nutritionist. >> most people don't eat liver and onions for dinner anymore. >> it lines up with gruenewald's first recommendation. consider a less expensive pet food containing less human-grade meat. >> every pet owner can reduce their pet's carbon footprint by choosing the mass produced pet food they are buying. >> and chicken is more sustainable than lamb or beef. and there are new earth friendly proteins on the horizon. >> in the netherlands a company has been making an insect-based diet for a long, long time. also lab grown meat >> gruenewald is suggesting
that they need better labeling. as for people who cook for their pets, don't use too much meat. dogs do benefit from vegetables >> do you want to try it? >> i have never eaten dog food before. >> it's actually really good. cooking up gravy to make store bought dog food more advertising. >> i think i could actually finish this. >> i'll give you more if you want. . >> we'll be right back. hope you stay with us.
everyone is cuddled up with some coffee right now. >> yeah. definitely a good morning for coffee. eventually by afternoon, switch it over to iced coffee. it will feel like spring with the upper 60s. it's always a good time for coffee and iced coffee especially. 46 degrees right now in san francisco. beautiful start to our morning. boston knows dias. this isn't downtown. this is an opposite view. i'm not sure which view this is, but it is san jose. i know that. 41 degrees right now. this is what you're going to need a nice coffee, maybe even, you know, something san jose, 68 degrees. upper 60s. maybe even a couple of low 70s in the forecast. dry for today. and for tomorrow. but how long are we going to stay dry? what is the latest in the sierra snowpack?
i'll have all of those answers in my full forecast. back to you, kira. . >> thanks for telling us where that was. i wasn't sure either, vianey. thanks so much. we'll see you soon. good morning communities across the bay area are offering covid vaccination sites. it will hold it's very first mass vaccination event in solano county. they are partnering with kaiser to give vaccines to first responders and people older than 75. it is all happening at the solano county fairgrounds beginning at 9:00 this morning. in berkeley, it's the first weekend opening at golden gate fields. it opened in the north parking lot. thousands of pfizer shots have been given. appointments may become available in the coming days. it depends on the vaccine supply it receives from the county and state. over in san francisco, moscone center is also open for its first weekend of vaccinations. people 65 and older, as well as
health care workers can get shots regardless of health care coverage. apartments are required. the goal is to give 10,000 shots a day. now to an interesting thing people are lining up all over the country. standing in line hoping for leftover shots. cheryl herd explains what vaccine hunters are doing. >> reporter: they wait in the cold, in the dark, sometimes for hours. from san diego to san pablo county health center people, many way below the age of 75, wait to secure a leftover dose. these vaccine hunters are doing what they need to do to get that shot in the arm. >> no extra vaccines today. so we're a little disappointed. we understand. it's a good sign. that means everyone came to their appointment today. probably they are the most vulnerable people who need it the line but making sure the
vaccines don't expire. if you don't want to stand in line, people have come in with ways to track extra doses through crowdsourcing. >> i read reports that doses have been thrown away because people didn't show up for their appointment. >> a.d., who lives in fremont, wanted to make tracking down shots easier. so he started this vaccine hunters facebook group for the bay area. people can go and find places where vaccinations are being given. >> i guess this is just leveraging the power of crowdsourcing and making sure the vaccines get to people in need. >> county health officials here in contra costa county are scrambling to put together a system so people won't have to stand in line. >> what the health department is just starting and will roll out more on monday is they're developing a list of individuals by tier.
so older individuals. and will call them towards the end of the day to have them come down. >> that's what the health centers are starting to do all over the bay area. in the meantime, people are going the extra mile to protect themselves and make sure covid shots don't go to waste. cheryl herd, nbc bay area news. >> thousands of people will soon be heading to levi stadium, not for a 49ers game of course, but for the covid vaccine. starting tuesday it will be the largest mass vaccination site in all of california. larger than dodgers stadium. originally 15,000 doses will be available. leaders in east san jose say opening mass vaccination site is great. but they add if the county is getting that many vaccines, more should be given to the east side of san jose, whichite cases and in the county. going to save lives, we have to make sure it's happening right in the community where people are getting the
sickest, where people are dying. >> three sites are open in san jose. a mobile site will open on the east side on story road. sonoma county fairgrounds, the oakland coliseum, golden gate fields and solano county fairgrounds starting today at 9:00 a.m. levi stadium. mountain view community center, santa clara fairgrounds. san mattei toe kwrt fairgrounds. in san francisco, the moscone center, city college, and the sf market in the bay view. this is all happening as the number of bay area vaccinations is now at more than 9 02,000. statewide, 4il doses have been administered.6 million dos. new numbers show that nearly
half of the santa clara sheriff's department has declined the covid vaccine. this revelation stunned some county supervisors during a public meeting this past week because it includes about 400 deputies working in the jail system. studies show prisons and jails are at high risk of outbreaks. some declined for medical reasons or said they had covid recently and think they are protected. the santa clara county fire department said only 15% of firefighters declined the vaccine for various reasons. nationally, the cdc says only 8% of nurses chose not to get the shot yet. doctors say it is imperative for correctional staff and inmates to be protected.
>> inmates, people in jails, prisons, they are very vulnerable. >> mr. the county iseputies to vaccinated. they also want to breakdown of the numbers on why they are declining that vaccine. now, to a developing story. the supreme court is now telling california it could resume indoor worship and the state cannot enforce the ban on indoor worship because of the pandemic. this ruling stems from a lawsuit based out of san diego. a majority of the justices ruled that california cannot ban indoor services in places where cases are not surging. however, the supreme court did say indoor capacity can be capped at 25%. the justices stopped short of barring singing and chanting during services. people are feeling more optimistic about the pandemic ending and heading out more than before. but experts say don't let your guard down. last night, with outdoor dining in full swing, a lot of people
across the bay area were out enjoying valencia street in the mission in san francisco. in oakland, we saw families at the oakland zoo for the first night of glow fairy. experts say while vaccination sites are opening and there are more icu beds available, it is still important to wear your mask and be careful to avoid another surge. >> we don't want to be in a position of having another surge on top of where we are now because we would very quickly exceed the capacity of our health care system. . >> the infectious disease doctor says spending time with people outside your bubble without a mask even outside is still risky. the cdc is recommending that people stay home and watch the game with only your household. 7:38. next on "today in the bay", nbc bay area responds. >> we found an app that might save you hundreds of dollars a month on groceries because it
welcome back at 7:40 on your saturday morning from oakland, looking toward san francisco. we will see plenty of sunshine today. and vianey arana will be along in just a few minutes with your microclimate forecast. it sounds like it will be even warmer than most of us saw yesterday. so many households waste food each week. it's not good for our wall it's or the environment. we asked chris chmura to show us how to waste less food and money. >> how many times have you found something in the back of the bridge that was once edible but now a science project. too often. the council said 40% of food isn't eaten. it's wasted. use your smartphone.
. >> in the app you can create lists for your freezer, fridge, and pantry. >> reporter: that's casper, a computer science student in denmark. he developed a free smartphone app called no waste. you use the app to scan the bar code on every bottle, bag, and box you have. the app keeping a running food inventory for you. it should eliminate guesswork and prevents you from overbuying stuff. >> basically you will always know what food you have at home. >> so what about privacy? we asked. casper assured us he is not selling any user data. if you're still skeptical. it's okay. you can sign into the no waste app with a pseudo name. >> we have to work together to save the planet. a closer look at your daytime highs and what to expect heading into football sunday's weather.
hi there. how are you? hopefully well. if not, maybe i can cheer you up with this great forecast we have in store. it will give you a chance to go out and get fresh air. it is absolutely beautiful to start. yes, it's a little chilly. but it's going to warm up. it will probably be the warmest day of the week. let's take a look at your forecast. beautiful shot of san francisco using weather underground cameras. clear skies to start in san jose. 41 degrees. and the temperatures throughout. novato, napa, still in the 30s. it's one of our colder spots in the sheltered valleys. live look at doppler radar and satellite, very calm weather. nothing going on over the bay area. that's because we have high pressure sitting over the bay area, keeping us dry and also warm. let's get to your daytime highs. 68 degrees in san jose.
morgan hill, 68. . oakland, 65. danville, 68. concord, antioch, walnut creek could potentially cee lo 70s. we'll see heading into the evening as well as the peninsula. mid-six, san mateo. 65 degrees, redwood city. san francisco, lovely day, 64 degrees. 71 for ukiah. now, what do we have in store the next several da his? tomorrow, super bowl sunday. it will be beautiful. we'll keep the sunshine. temperatures in the 60s again. just looking way out, right? we start to see a decrease in temperatures as the high pressure starts to back off. and it looks like our next chance of seeing rain is going to move in thursday into friday. and that could bring more sierra snow. this is a live look using our underground cameras.
this guy is on the starting roster of the puppy bowl. there's one important difference that separates him from the rest of the pack. >> this about grabbing the toys, running into the end zone. >> a boston terrier is on the starting roster for team fluff at puppy bowl xvii. >> he leaves his toys. >> he gets plenty of practice rough housing with his five siblings. perhaps what makes him special, marshall is fully deaf. that's what connected him with his puppy parents, chris and christina lee, deaf dogs rock. >> he is learning to touch my hand. that's how you get them to target different things.
>> they originally sponsored him into green dogs unleashed. >> get them into a rescue ensures he will get the proper care, fully vet a home for him. and he's going to end up with a good long-term place. with him it just happened to be with us. >> marshall won over their hearts. >> as we kind of followed his story and one adoption fell through, and we had lost a dog. the time was just perfect. so we thought, okay, marshall is going to clean our clan. >> he will be represented in the puppy bowl. they hope he show cases how special and adoptable deaf dogs are. >> it is just an attribute. we don't like to use the word disability. it's just a characteristic of the dog. it doesn't change behavior. there's no stereotypes as far as deaf dogs this or that. they're just deaf.
>> what a cutie pie. i could just look at him forever. still to come on "today in the bay". if you still need help for your menu tomorrow, we'll tell you the top foods that are must haves on super bowl sunday. but first today as part of our special black history month series, we honor a sports legend. bill russell began his long basketball career at oakland's and then the university of san francisco. he led the team to two ncaa championships. he also was a forward for the boston celtics leading that team to 11 nba championships. he won a gold medal at the 1956 olympics while serving as captain for team usa. russell ended his career back here in northern california as a coach for the sacramento kings. despite his accomplishments he had to confront racism through his storied career. in 2010, president barack obama awarded russell the presidential
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as we prepare to watch the super bowl in our own homes, top of mind is probably what we're going to eat. so we recruited "today in the bay"'s marcus washington to look ahead to the ever-important game damen knew. >> good morning, kira. okay. we know super bowl sunday, there is a game. but of course everyone is talking about the food. we are homegating. for the first time, doordash is revealing some of the top picks or order items on game day. let's talk about that. you probably think it's the wings, right? no. they said throw it out. it is all about the fried cheese. mozzarella sticks the most ordered dish across the country. followed by wings, chips and salsa, caesar salad and
pepperoni pizza. what did they think susan bank stopb farr will have loaded nachos, potato skins, philly cheesesteak, chips and dip, pigs in a blanket, artichoke, spinach dip and wings. and roll tide shed aed. we will leave that there. i want you to tell me what you are actually going to make or will have during the big game. a lot of people have chimed in. if i get some great ideas, i will text them over to you. >> please do. >> i do solemnly swear. >> the campbell police department has its first therapy dog. 4-month-old ainslie. she is already listing spirits. her fields of expertise will be employee wellness and comfort. for those exposed to intense stress or trauma.
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