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>> like where is yet? is he hiding in someone's backyard? >> one bay area county already started in person voting. what to expect for the big rush tomorrow. streaming on cbsn bay area, a live look at san francisco, the city slamming the brakes on reopening's, after it was just praised for avoiding a new surge in covid cases. that evening, i am was with cook. >> i'm ken bastida. let's get right to andria borba who is live in san francisco with that story tonight. >> reporter: this is not the first time san francisco has paused reopening plans in the middle of this pandemic. dr. grant colfax says this latest pause is not unexpected.
the city of san francisco celebrated nationally for getting a handle on the coronavirus and the only urban county in the state to move into the yellow zone is hitting the pause on reopening today. >> our case rate has gone from about three per 100,000 population 24. that is a 25% increase. that might not sound like a lot, but when this virus starts taking off, it takes off quickly. >> that put san francisco in the orange, and the hospitalization rate jumping from 21 to 30 >> that put san francisco in the orange, and the hospitalization rate jumping from 21 to 37 patients is in the right ear. here is of the pause means. indoor pools, bowling alleys, and gym locker bones will stay closed, restaurants and houses of worship will stay at 25% capacity and not increase 50% on tuesday as planned. with approval, maryland and breathe it is concerned about cabin fever setting in. sometimes these gatherings can become super spreader's.
>> reporter: they cause -- to 50%, disappointing, but understandable. >> we really want to make sure that everyone is safe, and that san francisco as a city is on the right track from a health standpoint but it is a little bit of a setback to us from a pure business economic standpoint. many of the things they're concerned about is the weather changing and getting dark earlier, they've taken advantage of that shared spaces program moving tables out onto the sidewalks and the streets are taking over parking spots but as gets colder and wetter as you move into the winter, they are concerned about being able to stay open. reporting live in san francisco, andria borba, kpix5. >> it is literally day today.
thank you for that. right now the search is on for a suspect who led police on a chase in vallejo, and then crashed. it happened around 12:30 this afternoon on redwood parkway. police say the suspect was driving a stolen car, two bystanders were hurt in the crash. moments later the suspect jumped over a retaining wall into a neighbors yard, that neighborhood was on lockdown while officers searched for him. >> they were right behind. he hopped the wall and they did not. >> they were coming around the corner. that wallace pretty high. so he got over that wall. he was gone. i was kind of scared because i was like where is he at? is he hiding in someone's backyard? >> reporter: please attain the woman who was riding in a stolen car with the suspect, the driver is still on the run tonight.
onto camping 2020, early in person voting will be in full swing tomorrow across the bay area. polling places open today, and contra costa county and you can see plenty of voters took advantage of that. now some bay area counties are already seeing about a 50% voter turnout, and above but some voters told us that they prefer to cast a ballot in person. >> about an hour 50 minutes or so, pretty painless. >> about 45 minutes, i guess. the personal satisfaction is very important. i'm for dissipating in. >> basically outside so it is safe. >> san francisco is preparing for a possible fallout after the election. we saw some businesses boarded up like walgreens and even the salesforce tower. it is unclear if this is directly related to possible unrest but one thing
is clear, a lot of people are feeling the angst ahead of the election. some voters essay between the election, pandemic, and civil unrest, the stress and anxiety levels are at an all-time high. i'm on pins and needles, you understand what i mean? being an african-american in the city, in this society today, is already shaking in my boots. i want to make sure that my vote will be counted. >> i know god got this. i'm not worried about anything. i know what we voted for will come true. i'm happy. in oakland, they're also promising a strong police presence, before, during and after all the votes are cast. we certainly have increased staffing over the next few days, we have run a number of different scenarios to prepare for whatever might happen. we want to make sure that people feel safe and secure and that they know that the democratic will of the people will be carried out.
tomorrow, they will become the largest voting center. it will be open from 9 am to 5 pm, through monday, 7 am through 8 pm on election day, the a's are covering the operating cost. stick with us, starting with a special edition of the kpix5 news at 3 pm. that is followed by the cbs evening news, and special america decides election coverage. we will also bring you all the local results of the evening on kpix5, and cbsn bay area at kpix.com. san mateo po figure out who shot and killed a man outside of the home. chopper five is over that seen on eleanor drive about 10 this morning. police say the victim was shot inside that white suv. they are not releasing any details about the killing but they say the victim was a 30- year-old father from the pacific islands. it is absolutely tragic. we don't have very many homicide here in san mateo, and
the fact that he was a pacific island are member of our community, it is just absolutely tragic. coming up next to south bay church find 300 coming up next to south bay church find $350,000. details of a new lawsuit from santa clara county. >> he took out his phone and started streaming. can you wear a make america great again had to polling place? we will explain the dress code. we have learned hundreds of the area ballots have errors on them. the problems that could get him thrown out. >> people were preoccupied with a lot of things, like we are the pandemic. a beautiful almost full moon over the skyline. the first time we have full moon on halloween.
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make sure that you download the new app before election day, gives you 24 seven access to newscast, real-time news updates, and any breaking news alerts. a pretty intense scene the trump supporter read some campaign items and in person polling location. >> they had like hats and masks and also had his lack waiting around, so trump 2020, they're very excited. >> they became combative about that concept, he did not want to remove his hat or change his shirt and he actually took out his phone and started streaming. >> a poll worker said he agreed to change, he cast his ballot before lawn forstmann arrived.
and by the way it is a misdemeanor to wear a button, a t-shirt, or hat within 100 feet of the voting center if it shows the name of a candidate. that is the law. wearing a make america great again hat, it will not get you in trouble but it is okay to display a slogan. >> that's a slogan, it is not specifically say president trump, donald trump, trump is never mentioned in that slogan. >> i'm glad to see that folks are responding to that kind of intimidation, that kind of behavior. because it is unfair. i think people should dare to wear what they want to wear. free country, right? >> take a bite look outside from one of our new cameras, on the mark hopkins hotel, in san francisco. a pretty country, a free country, and it is our country tonight. tomorrow it will be spooky because we have halloween and a full moon.
>> it is a second full moon of the month so it is a full moon and it is a blue moon, and there's a lecture on the corner, and there is 20 tony and i don't know what -- i don't know what else we can add to the list. let's if the weather will pitch in on that. it will be a calm weather pattern in general as we head into the weekend. high-pressure taking over and what that means is we will see light offshore wind, kicking back in as we head into the weekend. warm temperatures and a continuation of the hazy sunshine, because of the smoke that is been drifting in, primarily from the creek fire. you can see on our smoke concentration map of exactly where the thickest mochas, in the immediate vicinity of the creek fire in the sierra. let's zoom in and show you how it will behave for the next several days and despite the wind changer ground a little bit some of that smoke still drifting off toward us but we're going to remain in this
gray shade rather than the yellow, orange and red indicates thicker smoke so air- quality will remain mostly in the moderate category, maybe occasionally dipping into the unhealthy for sensitive groups category, especially on sunday and monday. again monday is more to say but then on tuesday we are going to see changes, because onshore winds are going to kick back in. the hayes is still out there on the horizon, little harder to see but it is there. only 55 degrees downtown, little chilly for this time of evening. 86 degrees in santa rosa, the temperatures in the 60s across the board and will cool down to a mix of 40s and 50s by early tomorrow morning. mostly mid to upper 40s, the cooler spot will dip down to around 40 degrees, the warmest locations right around the bay, staying in the low 50s so it is currently 55 in san francisco, dropping another three degrees or so the rest of the night. we will warm up as we had to
the day tomorrow, by lunchtime refreeze the map, mid 60s along the coast, mid to upper 60s around the bay with more 70s starting to take over for the inland and i think we will see more 80s on the map as we had through saturday afternoons with the warm for halloween. temperatures around the bay 5 to 10 degrees above normal, 10 to 12 degrees above average as we go farther and farther away from the water so that puts us up into the mid-80s for the warm spots. temperatures will actually get even warmer by sunday and monday. don't forget to set your clocks back before you go to bed tomorrow night, the cell phone will do it by itself if you want to adjust your kitchen appliances, call the kids into the room if you have grandkids, they can take care of that for you and to set the clock in your car just wait for march the clock changes back. temperatures are going to warm backup, extra hour of sleep, that will be nice. it is not going to feel much like early november, though, mid 80s inland sunday and monday with mid-70s around the bay, cool down late next week, could even bring us a chance of showers by friday night into
saturday. we will keep a close eye on that. an update coming up at 11:00. here is a look at the top headlines for president trump and former vice president joe biden weaving through key midwestern battleground states today. in minnesota tonight, president trump claimed biden would lockdown the country in response to the pandemic. however joe biden has said he does not think there is a need for a nationwide lockdown and would instead support opening business is and schools with proper safety measures in place. >> under the biden lockdown which he talks about, and cherishes, countless americans will die from suicide, drug overdoses, and deferred medical care. there will be no school, no graduations, no weddings, no thanksgiving. no christmas, no fourth of july. >> biden also spoke in milwaukee, wisconsin. he tried to appeal to military families, talking about how multiple generals have left the
president's administration. >> he is the first president i'm aware of in american history that has six generals including his former chief of staff, six of them left, resigned, and said he was not fit to be commander-in-chief. in turkey, search and rescue teams are working against the clock looking for anyone who might be trapped by collapsed buildings. a magnitude 7 earthquake rocked turkeys west coast and the greek island of say most today. more than a dozen people have died and 700 others have been injured. the cdc is allowing its no sale order for crew ships to expire and just a couple of days. ships will be able to set sail but only with crewmembers. a new conditional order takes effect sunday, it outlines a phased approach, which would first require a simulated voyage with crewmembers. and can companies most also
show plans for testing, social distancing and other safety measures before operations with passengers can begin. >> the industry has been crushed during this pandemic. all right, thank you. coming up next, what is being done tonight to quickly correct more than 500 bay area ballots that has major errors. plus. >> the governor is coming after these people who want to help those who are hurting. a south bay church is fighting back after a $350,000 fine for coronavirus violations. and then later, what happened in the head coach of the 49ers gave out some candy to other coaches kids?
avenue. the das office says the church has been holding indoor services with hundreds of people, not wearing masks. the county has also find the church $350,000 for violating public health orders. today members of that church and other pastors announced the opposition to the county and the states orders. >> the governor and the county contend this is an unacceptable, unacceptable risk, and short create a super spreader event. well, they are wrong. over the past five months, not one person has contracted covid- 19. >> the government is coming after these people who want to help those who are hurting, really? this is the america? >> under the county's health order, indoor religious gatherings are capped at 100 people. now to campaign 2020, a live look across san francisco where nearly 270,000 voters have turned in their early
ballots. but officials say more than 500 of them have been rejected because of mistakes. the main issue is the signature. some just did not match what was on file and others did not have a signature at all. a handful of envelopes did not have a ballot inside. and the rest of the issues were just human error. >> the main thing is to get the ballot to us. any concern about the ballot not counting or signatures or anything about the process, don't wait until the last second to get your ballot in. get the ballot in now. people are preoccupied with a lot of things like we are in the pandemic. 49ers head coach hands out halloween candy to th it's rising.
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