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deadly. two reported deaths tonight. a home has been an eyesore for two decades. >> it's actual real dangerous. if someone were to go in, it would collapse. >> what the homeowner is accused of not doing. and plus pistol whipped for the watch on his wrist. the brutal caught camera. i'm jessica aguirre. >> i'm raj mathai. if you checked your ticket, it's probably not a winner at least at this point. we're waiting to hear if there are any winners in tonight's mega millions lottery drawing. $1.2 billion up for grabs. now the lottery tells us the final results are still pending even at this late hour. the lottery says with the massive sales across the united states, it could be a while. this is the third largest
jackpot in u.s. history. two people overseas have died from monkeypox. we are just now getting the initial details as to their specific conditions. this all comes as many people in san francisco are rethinking their plans for a big festival this weekend. here is nbc bay area michelle heard. >> reporter: stefan harris is living in san francisco right now recovering from monkeypox. >> i came as a contact with monkeypox around pride, which was the last weekend in june. >> reporter: there is a concern that the virus could spread in the city again this weekend. there will be circuit parties all weekend in the south of market area near a popular fair called dorey alley. and the gay community is talking about how dangerous it could be. >> monkeypox is going to skyrocket because people can't
stop having sex. not thinking that they, themselves, could be out in large crowds, touching people. that's just as likely as having sex. >> reporter: tonight we spoke to stanford university professor dr. dean winslow about the monkeypox death in spain. >> the individual in spain who died was a 41-year-old man who had lymphoma. so it's not too surprising that deaths from monkeypox occurred in an individual with such a compromised immune system. >> reporter: dr. winslow didn't know details about the person who died from the virus. meanwhile the city of san francisco is working on preventing infections and deaths in the city. vaccine clinics are reopening monday. the same day the city's state of emergency goes into effect. san francisco's health department is working to get in
front of the virus before it becomes deadly here. he believes the push may have come -- it could help those most at risk. there are so many questions still about this fast moving virus. what are the symptoms of monkeypox and how do you know if you have it? it starts with flu-like symptoms including fever, muscle and headaches. and those bumps dry out and fall off. however, it's very painful depending on where the sores develop on your body. how is it spread? bay area health officers say this. monkeypox spreads through prolonged skin-to-skin contact and bodily fluids such as through crowded settings or sexual contact. more breaking news in the
south bay. a child suffers serious injuries after being hit by a car while riding his bicycle. it happened just after 8:00 this evening on winfield boulevard across from the. we don't know his age. san jose police say his condition has stabilized. the driver stayed on the scene and is cooperating with investigators. the biden administration is planning to offer updated reformulated booster shots this fall as long as the health agents sign off on them. the new versions are expected to perform better against the highly contagious omicron subvariant who are fueling the current surge. pfizer and moderna could be ready by september. the u.s. government prepurchased nearly 200 million doses. the question is should you boost now or wait for the upgrade? center i would say don't wait.
we're in the middle right now for a booster. it is really crucial to be up to date. the second reason is we don't really know when exactly this will come over. we are anticipating september now. and we don't know who it is going to be eligible to get this. >> health centers are offering current vaccines and boosters are seeing a high demand with the current wave offcast cases. a new crime trend across the bay area. thieves targeting your wristwatch right off of your wrist. this time a man was pistol whipped in daily city and it's caught on home surveillance cameras. you hear one of the guys saying just give me your watch, demanding the man's watch before taking off in a red car with tinted windows. this happened yesterday on skyline drive in daly city around 4:30 p.m. daly city police say the 69-year-old victim was robbed and pistol whipped. law enforcement from across the
bay area have been warning of these exact type. one man is dead after being shot by a deputy. it all started as a 911 call this morning in geyserville. the homeowner reported the man who was throwing rocks through his window. when asked what he was doing, they said he asked him to shoot them. deputiesdeputies found him and they say he appears to be holding a weapon, which they say refused to drop. the sheriff's office tells us deputies tased him and he still didn't drop his weapon, so he shot and killed him. wholes on the roofs, it's boarded up on the side, and the yard is just a mess, overgrown. now the neighbors hate it and now the city of san jose says
it's a public nuance. as tom jensen tells us the city has filed a lawsuit in an effort to force the owner to clean it up or tear it down. >> reporter: neighbors say this home in san jose has been an eyesore for two decades. but in the past several years they said it's gotten even worse as it falls deeper into disrepair at the home that has been vacant for at least ten years. this fire started at the home at 2:05 wabash street in june last year. neighbors say someone was squatting in the home. but >> it is definitely scary to hear that people may be squatting in there, starting fires, who are doing things that could make the streets unsafe for our daughter. >> reporter: another parent who lives across the street can't forget the day that nearby schools were put on lockdown after confronting a person
squatting in the home. >> well, i was looking out the window and i was scared because there was a sheriff in the front of my car with a gun. >> the city asking the santa clara county judge to order the owner and oakland tax attorneys to clean it up and pay the city thousands of dollars in unpaid fines related to at least a dozen citations for code violations at the property. i also reached out to the owner by e-mail and phone, but they haven't responded. neighbors say they're happy the city is stepping in to finally force his hand. >> that would be great. we've called -- we've sent a request to code enforcement, numerous neighbors actually. >> i definitely think it's a good thing. as long as we have been here and our neighbor has been in the neighborhood, that house has sat vacant and untouched. >> the feds up up after the 2020
fire. and the kids with more squatters may still find a way inside. in san jose tom tom nbc bay area news. if you ride bart, hang on to your face mask. the on again, off again mask mandate is back on. we're at the pleasant hill bart station today where workers are putting up that sign reminding people of the requirement. since april the agency has been going back and forth. the last mandate expired just 11 days ago, but the bart board voted last night to extend it again into october. it's been a little challenging keeping up with the changes. >> it's a little confusing to use bart semi frequently. i feel like in the last couple of months the rules. others don't wear their masks, it's up to them. >> bart hoped individual county health departments would take the lead on mask mandates. but since that never happened,
bart acted on its own. well the people's park in berkeley is getting more people. a controversial plan to build student housing there is moving forward. the chronicle reports that alameda county, which calls for new housing for more than 11,000 students by 2037. the university can't continue work until that ruling becomes final some time next week. the house of representatives passed a bill to ban assault weapons for the first time since 2004. a large cheer erupted on the floor when speaker pelosi announced the bill's passage. it passed largely along partisan lines. two republicans voted for the bill while five democrats opposed it. the law would criminalize the sale, manufacturer. devastating flooding where at least 19 people have died
including six children. the governor says the bodies of four young children swept away from their parent's grip by floodwaters have been found. and leaders expect the number of the dead to grow with homes and roads still under water. >> i just wish they would, you know, either find him or his body would be located unfortunately. it's just not knowing and the fact that he's missing. it's excruciating. >> i can't even imagine that. hundreds of people have been rescued so far. more than 300 people are in shelters at this point. and president biden has declared the area a disaster zone. we are back in 60 seconds with the mega millions update. and also fighting for affordable housing in the bay area. how some tenants in the east bay have now turned into homeowners. okay, do you know what an nft is? we're going to tell you about a party this weekend. that's going to explain it to you. i'll have a look at how much fog on your saturday's forecast
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find new roads at your local chevy dealer. well we are still waiting to hear if anyone has won the mega millions lottery. here are the winning numbers by the way for tonight's drawing. 13, 36, 45, 57, 67, and 14. $1.2 billion is up for grabs. we just spoke to someone working very late tonight in the california lottery just moments ago. they tell us all results are still pending. they say each state affects. at this point they might not have anything to report to us until the morning, so stay tuned. we'll see if there is a winner. how much was the jackpot? >> one almost $1loki we'll keep you posted. some renters went on the rent strike fighting for more
affordable housing in their oakland apartment building. >> now with the help of housing activists, they've gotten the keys to the building. nbc bay area velena jones has the story of how they got the building from the landlord. >> it is finally good to have a place to secure for our families and have a home. >> reporter: it's been two and a half years since maria montez and her oakland neighbors stopped paying rent in protest after the cost of her one bedroom apartment on 29th avenue more than doubled in five years. i spoke to maria through an interpreter. >> she says that, you know, payments from working is usually not enough to be able to make it. >> reporter: we spoke to neighbors back in 2020. now maria says she is no longer concerned if she'll be able to stay in her home. the rent strike worked and the tenants are turning into building owners with lots of help from the lines of community
empowerment. the oakland community land trust. they all bought their apartment for $3.3 million using city bond funds. >> we have a home that is secure for my family and our family and that we won't have to run the fear of being harassed or having their rent increased on them. >> we could hold the property collectively. and ensure that it remains permanently affordable. it's a completely different trajectory to ensure that they will always have a place. >> reporter: tenants now own a share at land trust that allows them to, explaining rents will be regulated through the city. >> rents will be stabilized, and they won't have to worry about that kind of year over year rent
increases that we were displacing tenants in that building. >> reporter: open housing maria never thought it was possible. >> s toture. having it feels great. >> reporter: tenants plan to celebrate their victory here. advocates hope this model will be used throughout the bay area. in the future in oakland velena jones nbc news. good news to pass along, a brave girl finally discharged from the hospital after the uvalde massacre. they are chanting her name. 10-year-old maya walked out of the hospital today one month after being critically injured in the robb elementary mass shooting there in texas. her family said it's a miracle that she even survived. she passed out roses to the staff member that cared so deeply for her. the nurses at that hospital are
calling maya their hero. >> and will smith has publicly apologized to comedian chris rock for that slap heard around the world and he did it on instagram. >> i've reached out to chris and the message that came back is that he's not ready too talk and when he is, he'll reach out. and so i will say to you, chris, i apologize to you. my behavior was unacceptable. and i'm here whenever you're ready to talk. >> in the nearly six long minute video on his instagram, smith says there is no part of him that thought he did was the right way to behave. you remember this? it happened at the academy
awards ceremony. the actor came on stage to slap the comic during the oscar ceremony. after he made a joke about his wife. smith said he didn't apologize four months ago during his acceptance speech because he was fogged out by that point. representatives for chris rock have not commented. okay, this weekend, get ready, nfts will no doubt be music to the ears of people attending an event in the east bay. starting tomorrow the first ever nft oakland takes place outside oakland city hall including a block party to celebrate the block chain nfts, non-fungible tokens, nfts. there will be live music, art, free food most importantly nfts. the goal of all of this is to educate. >> i think oftentimes when people hear about crypto or block chain technology, it feels very far from them. but what we want to really show within oakland that this space is for everybody and for anyone from all ages from all races, classes, whatever can learn
about block chain and the ability of being a part of this community. >> she's fired up. even go on out. registration is free. all you need to do is rsvp. >> it sounds fun. i'd like to learn more. i can't afford to go because i didn't win the lotto. i have no tickets that won. they're all useless. >> we went in together as a team, we would have won together. now we're all poor together. >> think of how many nfts we could have bought. >> exactly. the nft bonanza. >> i could have gotten my solar powered yacht. it would have been good. >> but hey the weekend is around the corner. so a little bit of good news on the front. what started off here with widespread fog and spotty area and drizzle. the thing that will make that forecast different for tomorrow, we'll have the clouds hanging out through the bay, north bay, and the peninsula. so not nearly as much sunshine as we have been used to lately. let's take a look as we take you in and we'll take a look at
those temperatures. it'll be chilly. we have been used to this. the upper 60s across the bay. and san francisco, one of the chilliest with that fog and drizzle at 56. daytime highs tomorrow because of the foggy breeze is so strong and will cool off about 4 degrees for a lot of the bay area. 79 in cupertino, 80 in san jose. if you're heading out to that event. 80 in pleasanton and 83 and we have chilly weather, of course, and half moon bay with that fog and 60 redwood city 73. san francisco 50s and 60s. a breeze out of the west at 15. and the north bay, look at the difference here. you've got 58 in bodega bay. 80 in sonoma. you get up to clear lake and there will be no fog moving in. no cold ocean breeze and that's why we have those low 100s. thankfully that fog is with us. now i do want to show you that weather pattern through this weekend because eventually it could lead to the chance of thunderstorms for us. as we head into saturday and sunday.
high pressure is going to pull up some monsoonal moisture over the sierra into the south of us for the chance for thunderstorms. this area of low pressure right here will continue this pattern. as we hit monday's forecast, it looks like we could get a small piece getting caught up in this and that is where we get our chance for some thunderstorms from monday and tuesday. again highest risk of anything would really be over tahoe all the way down towards los angeles with some spotty chances here through the bay area. so on that seven-day forecast, you can see monday and tuesday, slight chance here, some thunderstorms. san francisco in the 60s. we'll also notice some humidity this weekend with that monsoonal pattern setting up to the south and east of us. temperatures holding in the 80s. and so we always have next week, right? >> and maybe no one will win it tonight and we'll find out in a couple of hours and it will roll over to next week. >> you've got to check out our instagram as we did a photo in
the studio. it's fun. >> yes, with our tickets. >> you can see the optimism. yes. thank you. welcoming up more tricks than treats. what is behind the potential. brace yourself, candy shortage. and we have jimmy. hey everyone, ryan gosling is my guest tonight. and it's a great show tonight. happening now the billion dollar drama between elon musk and twitter is now set for trial. the trial is set for october 17 in delaware. musk is being sued for pulling out of a $44 sued for pulling out of a $44 billion deal to buy twitter. when i make decisions
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well this should be our top story. hershey is warning of a candy shortage this holiday season. the company's ceo is warning that hershey's won't be able to meet the demand perhaps for halloween. >> stay away from the kit kats. >> halloween is a couple of months from the corner. they have been hit with the shortage of essential ingredients including cocoa. halloween candy makes up about 10% of the company's annual sales. >> this is the potenal of it.ti
will other giants legends. >> and barry bond. wow. it'll be awesome. tonight a nice crowd at china basin. this game was on apple tv plus. a part of the new friday night baseball coverage. they had their drone. the apple drone. it was working. and they're showing it off. let's get right to the bottom of the 9th inning. cubs were leading 4-0. but here comes a giant rally. wilmer flores with a 2-run ball game. estrada was the tieing run, but he strikes out. game over. giants lose 4-2. and the a's in chicago. former a's and current white sox manager tony la russa, you know tony. watching this game. it was the a's flexing their muscle. second inning steven biscotti from amador valley high school. a's beat the white sox. the a's have quietly won seven out of their last eight games. day three of training camp
for the 49ers in santa clara and nick bosa says it's off to a great start. the standout d lineman is entering his fourth season in the nfl. he's the 49er resident qb killer among the league leaders in sacks last season. today he says he's feeling better than ever because it's the first time he started training camp fully healthy. >> it's been the most enjoyable camp that i've been a part of because i feel good. the games could get better. >> if you have ever seen them, they're huge, just huge. the defense is going to be a key for the 49ers this season to help take off some of that pressure for the with xfinity internet, you get advanced security that helps protect you at home and on the go. you feel so safe, it's as if... i don't know... evander holyfield has your back. i wouldn't click on that. hey, thanks! we got a muffin for ed!
>> billion, billion. >> 13, 36, 45, 57, 67, and the mega millions number, the meganumber, it's 14. the only number i got. >> maybe you win $10 or something? >> i win nothing. >> oh. >> you ripped up all of our tickets. i mean we shared that. >> i checked them. i have checked them. all right, jeff, you need to give us better numbers. >> we've got good numbers coming the next seven days. we have 80s as we head into this weekend. for the inland valleys. we'll get a little bit of humidity at the monsoonal moisture sets up to the south and east of us. we'll see the chance for some isolated thunderstorms monday and tuesday. we'll, of course, keep a close eye on that with our drought and otherwise enjoy the weekend and good luck. [ cheers and applause ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fall."