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right now at 4:30, rising concerns of the new variant has officials urging for people to get their booster shot. stopping the violence. this is "today in the bay." good tuesday morning to you. i am laura garcia. >> i am marcus washington. thank you for joining us on this tuesday morning. going to get a look at the commute coming up in just a bit,
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but first, meteorologist, kari hall, has a look at the forecast. >> take a look at half moon bay, visibility down to zero right now, and allow extra time to get to work as our temperatures start out chilly once again, mainly in the mid-40s, but it will warm up nicely again today. it has been so great these past few days, and we will see the temperatures go into the upper 60s and low 70s and back down into the upper 40s for tonight. mike, you are looking at recovery already in pleasant hill? >> yeah, it was a single car over here, kari, southbound approaching 680. flares were in the area, so the recovery seems to be complete. if you find flares southbound of concord avenue, drive through them because everything is okay
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and cleared and everything has opened up in contra costa county. no problems reported here or for the rest of the map all the way into the south bay. >> thanks so much. the company is expected to go before the fda this week. >> once pfizer applies, regulators are not expected to take too long to sign off. omicron variant has been detected in at least 15 nations. >> officials say it's too early to make definitive statements about the new virus and it will be two or three weeks before we
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know how dangerous it is. it has more than 50 mutations, compare that to the delta variant, which has fewer than 20. that could mean it's more transmissible. it's likely the vaccines have worked. >> like beta, like gamma, and even like the two that never really took off. given that what we know, it makes sense to get the booster shot as soon as people can. >> he also believes the variant is already in the united states. we have posted an explaining on, and click on the trending bar at the top of our home page. from calls to defund police to cries to get more cops on the streets.
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it comes after the death of a man killed while trying to stop a car break-in. today we spoke with the victim's mother. >> oakland city leaders are asking for the violence to stop. the mayor wants to add more police officers on the streets and it comes as the latest victim, 28-year-old eric davis was gunned down on lake marist sunday afternoon and he was trying to stop somebody from breaking into a car. we spoke to his mother and aunt who live in l.a. >> he was our heart. he cared about everybody. >> eric will take up for whoever can't take up for themselves. >> he was heavily involved in the new mt. pleasant missionary baptist church in l.a., teaching bible study and coaching kids in basketball, and he was trying to make it on his own and lived
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near lake merritt. >> we really thought that was a good place for him. you know, he didn't deserve to lose his life. the violence, it has to stop. >> oakland police say the passenger inside a rav4 shot davis. a $10,000 is being offered from crime stoppers for information in the case. his family, too, is pleading for help. >> we want to ask for the public's help, locating the suspects who murdered a kind and loving son. >> oakland police chief will give an update on the investigation and talk about the call for more staffing and how his department is using tactical units to respond to crimes if that those support -- >> we have to demonstrate our support for those officers
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sacrificing daily to keep our community safe. >> ian cole for "today in the bay." >> let's look at the east bay this morning overlooking walnut creek. kari is joining us for the forecast for this tuesday, the last day of november? >> yeah, you can see in walnut creek and also outside in san francisco. heading up to santa our temper are in the low 40s heading out the door. we will start to warm up as we get more sunshine. those temperatures are headed for the upper 60s and low 70s. it's going to be a very comfortable afternoon and very much like yesterday. our weather patterns are on repeat. mike says the freeway are clear of crashes? >> yeah, no more flares or incidents reports for 242.
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southbound over the santa cruz mountains, moving smoothly. a very easy drive. fog is in the north bay. kari has been talking about novato, and santa rosa, your usual suspects. now 242 through pittsburgh and in towards walnut creek is the shortest travel time of the three we typically show traveling through that portion of contra costa county. back to you. >> thank you, mike. the question sl do you have any money left? next on "today in the bay," a look at how many people spent yesterday. >> a luxury hybrid car. we will look at the new bmw and the concept vibe, and how this stands out from the rest.
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we'll take a look at all our microclimates, coming up. let's see if we can check in with bertha.
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>> good morning to you. i am bertha coombs from cnbc. the old added on wall street is they do not like uncertainty. investors continue to be uncertain about what is happening with the new variant. the developer of the moderna vaccine, that ceo says he doesn't think the current vaccines are likely to be as effective against the covid variant. this morning we have regeneron, and that makes the antibody cocktail, and so far it does not appear that its antibody cocktail will be as effective against the variant. we saw stocks pull back on some of the losses we have seen last friday from that selloff, especially after biden said
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whatever happens from the covid variant, he doesn't see lockdowns on the table. in his prepared testimony, he said the covid variant would cloud the economy. meantime, how confident are consumers about spending? it's roughly flat kphaeurd to compared to last year, and probably less incentives to go out and spend big. adobe says when you add that in, they are expecting sales to be in the range of 10.6 to $11 billion overall.
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meantime, are you looking for a new car? bmw have unveiled an electric crossover that is expected to begin production late next year in south carolina. the car is called the bmw xm and it will be a plug-in hybrid. the u.s. will be the most important sales market for the new high performance vehicle. i can see marcus rolling in something like that? >> bertha, over the years you have come to know me well, and i thank you for that. i would. and i appreciate you doing that for me for christmas, i do appreciate that. >> oh, yeah, with a big bow. that will be next year, 2022. >> got to wait for it to come out. >> i can wait for that.
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>> we will start painting a parking place for him. >> thank you. coming up here on "today in the bay," if you are looking to save money, we have a look at unique techniques. these are energy-saving techniques all while reducing your carbon footprint. >> near the coast we are seeing chilly temperatures as you are stepping out the door. we will look at the climate in crisis, coming up.
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good morning, folks. we'll take a beautiful look at the bay bridge. the lights sparkling in motion here. no problem, twinkling in the city, a clear view. no problems getting across the bridge. there's fog registering up in the north bay. kari will talk about the forecast, that's her domain, but the road index says that could be a problem, not a problem but just something you deal with in santa rosa, and you are used to it. vasco here you are 18 minutes down from marsh creek road. mild slowing out of the altamont pass.
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our sensors are reading a possibility of the fog. >> yeah, zero visibility around that area, so be careful heading out. it's chilly, too, so put on a jacket or coat. it's 43 in morgan hill. we will have a nice day headed for the low 70s. cupertino will see a high of 72 degrees, and 72 in morgan hill. the 7-day forecast is coming up at the bottom of the screen. martinez is reach into the upper 60s, and we'll see a high of 70 in river more. san mateo looking at a high of 78 there. in the marina district, it's 69 in novato. ukiah, up to 74 degrees. once again, lighting up the
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menorah in union square. temperatures cooling off going into tonight back down into the mid-50s. still a lot of rain up around the pacific northwest with a new atmospheric river headed that way. all of the rain continues to target areas north. it's keeping any chances of rain from moving in and keeping the atmospheric river to the north. we will not see that change so our dry weather continues over the next few days, and we measured an inch and a quarter in san francisco in what is usually one of the wettest months a year. we are still at a surplus. in san josé, we only measured 0.1 of a an inch of rain all month long, and usually the second wettest month of the year. very unusual to see this long of a stretch of dry conditions.
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we'll see the temperatures warming up in the low 70s. in san francisco, expect more high temperatures in the upper 60s. let's talk about our climate in crisis. i know it has been warm out there, but we are heading into the colder months of the year. you want to make sure you are checking around the house for cracks and gaps to conserve energy and keep as much of the heat inside as you can. wrap a jacket around the water heater, and that will keep it from having to work so hard and produce extra energy to warm up the water in your home. for your thermostat, turn it down to 56 if you are going to be gone all day lodge, and if you are home turn it up to 68 and that will really reduce your carbon footprint.
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make sure you have your heater inspected before the start of the season, and also change those filters, because that will keep the heater from working so hard and also keep the house nice and clear of all of the dust. we are helping reduce your carbon footprint as well as conserving energy and keeping warm this winter. you can find tips on and also tips on how to save water during the holidays. >> good tips, kari. thank you. one of the most infamous inmates in san quinn is no longer there, and scott peterson now in a redwood city jail. he was transferred ahead of his recent re-sentencing hearing next week. peterson is fighting his
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conviction saying a juror was untruthful when she filled out her jury questionnaire. happening today the next step in a controversial legal battle playing out in san francisco over a police shooting five years ago, and that was during a domestic call. we just showed you the body cam video. he died in 2017. this is at what point the medical examiners found. the officer was charged that was appearing in court today. boudin is accused of playing
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politics. and a woman was detained on the tarmac at l.a.x. the woman exited the terminal and tried to flag down an aircraft parked at the gate. authorities say she is being held for psychiatric evaluation. 49ers suddenly have holes to fill. coming up on "today in the bay," the latest big win not without losses as well. the adjustments you will have to make on the fly ahead of sunday's game in seattle. and leaders will continue pushing for more regulations for sidewalk food venders. they claim most vendors are forced to operate informally.
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i don't suppose you can sing, can you? watch the full story at 49ers suddenly back in the think of the playoff hunt. yesterday they learned rising star, samuel, will miss at least one game and maybe two after suffering a groin injury. samuel scored two rushing touchdowns. warner will be out next sunday with a injured hamstring. the team struggled last night in the loss to washington. tiger woods realizing he may
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never be able to compete again as a top-level athlete after the high-speed crash more than a year ago. he acknowledged that he will never return full time. >> he knows his days as the sports alpha male are over and he's okay with that. >> you can watch the full story later this morning on the "today" show. coming up next on "today in the bay," different suspects, same methods. the new trend that has thieves swiping valuables from seniors in broad daylight, putting forward in east bay cities on high alert.
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it's a very visible way for the city to make clear that we are not going to tolerate this. >> at 5:00, a new warning from san francisco leaders as the holiday season hits over drive. the new push to ensure you and your family are safe when you go to visit. and then cases expand around the globe, and we have word this morning of a possible wider rollout for booster shots. our dry weather continues in the forecast with mild temperatures. we will take a look at how dry it was for the month of november. as we head into what is usually our rainiest months of the year, we will see how it's looking.
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this is "today in the bay." looking forward to that. first want to say, good tuesday morning to you. thank you for joining us. i am laura garcia. >> i am marcus washington. a message for families across the bay area. san francisco is safe to visit and as soon as today leaders there may take another step in the response to a wave of recent flash robberies boosting store security in the process. >> and today in the "today in the bay"'s cierra johnson joins us live with where the new proposal stands. >> reporter: good morning. that new proposal would allow sheriff deputies to be a use as well as security, and of course they would be off duty. the legislation was introduced at the end of september and a vote on legislation is expected today. if approved the


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