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good morning. it is sunday, april 25th, 7:00 on the dot as we take a live look outside, at cloudy skies in san jose, ahead of showers expected today. thank you so much for starting your sunday with us. i'm kira klapper. vianey arana joins us this morning and we arevianey. >> hey there. good morning. that's right. we're not expecting to see heavy downpours come down all day long. it's going to be light to moderate and i wish it was more
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rain, as far as accumulations go, but because there is enough instability and it is a colder storm, we could see some hail. let's take a live look in san francisco, you could see just how cloudy it is. we had a couple of showers push through last night, so this is sort of giving you a heads up of what could be heading into this afternoon, mainly after 10:00 a.m. doppler radar right now you can see the approaching system there and yes, that is sierra snow in the forecast. so if you had plans to travel up to lake tahoe, keep that in mind. mobile doppler ranger storm ranger is up and scanning. the majority of the initial rainfall we didn't get to see much of it but again it's going to be light t times becoming more widespread by the afternoon. let's look the at the temperature trend. it's also going to be significantly cooler, topping out in the upper 50s. full forecast in 15 minutes. >> we'll see you in 15, vianey, thanks. >> you can get the latest weather updates while you're on
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the go. you can tailor it to your neighborhood downloading our free nbc bay area app. a live look for you this morning at the oakland coliseum, one of the mass vaccination sites that will resume distributing the johnson & johnson covid vaccine this morning. this comes after governor gavin newsom last night gave the green light. here's a quick time line, on april 13th the cdc put a pause on the j&j vaccines following reports of rare but severe blood clots. three women died. friday, april 23rd the cdc and the fda agreed that the benefits of the vaccine far outweighed those abnormal risks and cleared the way for the vaccine to be used once again. yesterday many states resumed vaccinating with the j&j shot but california held off until last night when governor newsom announced the vaccines can be offered immediately. health experts and state leaders ensure the single dose vaccine is safe but how does the public feel?
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"today in the bay's" sergio quintana explores. j&j will soon rejoin the pandemic eradication tool kit in california, after the western state scientific review work group backed action by the feds. >> many of us >> reporter: epidemiologist yvonne maldonado is part of the group. >> we felt the benefits of the vaccines outweighed the risks. >> reporter: the 12-day pause has caused some people to get their jots. if he was offered johnson & johnson? >> no, i wouldn't have gotten the johnson & johnson. too risky especially if there's other alternatives. >> reporter: but others didn't have any worries. >> if they offered me the j&j i would have taken it. >> reporter: would you have taken the johnson & johnson if it was offered? >> sure. >> reporter: to find the risks of the johnson & johnson vaccine, this doctor crunched numbers. >> any given year or chance of getting struck by lightning is 1 in 500,000, so this is half as
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rare as any one of us getting struck by lightning on any given year. >> reporter: still there is some risk and during the 12-day pause experts figured out ways to manage those risks. >> given the risk is primarily in women under 50, if they feel that a risk of 7 in a million is too high, then they can choose to receive another vaccine. >> fortunately right now, there is enough pfizer and moderna vaccine available in the bay area to provide an alternative. during the pause, the cdc also came up with recommendations for a treatment that doctors can use if a patient does have a clotting reaction to the johnson & johnson vaccine. in san francisco, i'm sergio quintana, "nbc bay area news." first santa clara contra co reached a milestone. it has administered more than 1 million covid vaccines. that means coco county is one month ahead of reaching the goal
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health leaders set. nearly 70% of people in the county are partially vaccinated, 45% are fully vaccinated. if you still need help securing your appointment, go to nbcbayarea.com and click on "how to get a vaccine appointment." it's in the trending bar at the very top of the page. we have advice on where to look online and the best times of day to snag an appointment. happening today, there will be a commemoration at st. andrew armenian apostolic church in cupertino to remember the lives lost in the massacre of armenians under the otoman empire, after yesterday's historic proclamation by president biden. the first u.s. president to recognize the massacre of armenians as genocide. "today in the bay's" marianne favro reports. >> reporter: as st. andrew's armenian church prepares for a commemoration tomorrow in cupertino, tonight these sisters placed flowers in front to
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remember the 1.5 million armenians killed during a massacre by the otoman empire. today a major turning point as president biden issued a statement saying "the american people honor all those armenians who perished in the genocide that began 106 years ago today." >> i was so happy to hear that he kept his promise. >> reporter: this woman says using the word "genocide" is important in describing what happened to her family in the past. >> all four myself grandparents were impacted. their parents were massacred. some of their siblings were also massacred, their aunts, their uncles. >> reporter: today members of the armenian community gathered for their annual commemoration at the davidson cross in san francisco. the ceremony both a mix of sadness and optimism. >> the significance is that, for the first time in a very long
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time, arguably the first time that's really been stated unequivocally by an american president, we have recognition of the armenian genocide. >> reporter: biden's decision puts longstanding political ties with turkey in jeopardy. today turkey rejected the president's statement. for armenians fighting to recognize the suffering of parents and grandparents, the president's declaration marks a shift in a new, more hopeful direction. >> i personally believe that this is the path to peace. >> reporter: in cupertino, marianne favro, "nbc bay area news." and in southern california, yesterday hundreds of people gathered in los angeles to remember the approximately 1.5 million armenians killed. people waved are many union and american flags. more than 200,000 people of armenian live in los angeles county, making it the largest armenian community
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outside of armenia. a california filmmaker traveled to are mean yae to learn the history, she's sharing stories from her journey on our new platform lx. watch "the hidden map" documentary on nbc lx, stream it on apple tv, roku, peacock and lx.com. it's channel 185 on xfinity. happening today, people in the south bay are invited to gather this afternoon for a stop asian hate rally and march. it will be at cesar chavez plaza in san jose. rally organizers including a lawyer from silicon valley say the rally is to bring the community together and demand the end of violent attacks on the asian-american and pacific islander communities. it starts at 1:00 p.m. people are asked to wear masks. now to a disturbing connection between a double
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homicide in texas and the bay area. police in allen, texas, responded to a call yesterday about a disturbance and found two people dead. the suspect, 20-year-old hezar burack, killed his mother, 17-year-old sister, went to the airport and was waiting for a flight to san francisco. why he was coming to the bay area, we don't yet know. we are now learning what could be the possible cause of death for a whale that washed ashore in the bay area. the 45-foot fin whale was discovered yesterday morning at ft. fundsten. u.s. park police alerted the marie mammal center in sausalito and they did a necropsy, found significant damage to the muscle around the whale's vertebrae consistent with blunt force trauma from a ship. this is the fifth whale to wash ashore in the bay area in the last month.
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the others all grey whales were found in the berkeley marina, muir beach, chrissy fields. we have much more with chuck todd for a preview of this week's "meet the press."
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>> welcome back. time for our weekly discussion with chuck todd, nbc news plittial director and moderator of "meet the press." hi, chuck, good morning to you. thanks for joining us. >> good morning, kira. >> president biden's proclamation about the armenian genocide but i want to stick with you what happened a few days ago, derek chauvin's guilty verdict. you have multiple guests on today including senator amy klobuchar of minnesota, where it all happened. what comes next? many this past week called it just the beginning. i believe even george floyd's brother called it that himself. what do your experts think? >> well, it's interesting.
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let me introduce a phrase that jim clyburn used in a special we also asked some folks to share some of their immediate thoughts about what happened, and how they felt about the verdict, and jim clyburn introduced the idea maybe this to be a selma moment. the definition of that is of course after selma, we got the civil rights act in '64. after this, are we going to get a police reform, the george floyd police reform act? that's the question. if nothing happens, in this year on police reform, then you don't get that moment. what is selma without the passage of the civil rights act? i think that's the question. this is a significant moment if lawmakers meet the moment. their meeting, there's real optimism that they can come together on police reform. those that are negotiating want to get to yes. tim scott, cory booker, karen bass, they're negotiating in
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good faith but politics has a way of getting in the way here and particularly on the right some republican operatives want to run on defund the police and maybe don't want to compromise. for this to become a moment congress has to respond. we'll see if they do. >> i want to actually shift gears, here in california we talked about this before, there's more momentum each week in the efforts to recall governor gavin newsom over his handling of the pandemic. you have a briefing called first read and you point out the petition from last february before the whole pandemic began actually has nothing to do with coronavirus. >> the irony here, the recall process in california is pretty easy to politically weaponize which is why it pops up easily.
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this was the fourth or fifth attempt to get one to qualify and this qualified and it was a coincidence of timing, this petition launches within a month, suddenly people are upset at mandates and suddenly it gets a little bit of traction. that's why i'm skeptical this is going to be successful against the governor. by the time this ends up with the public and they have to make this decision, are we still going to be in lockdown? unlikely. are folks going to be going to school remotely or in person? probably in person. what is the level of anger at the governor by the time we're voting? that's why i'm not as convinced this gets to gray davis levels. >> gray davis replaced by governor are arnold schwarzenegger. i have a feeling we'll be talking about this again. >> i do, too. >> thank you for joining us this morning. see you in a week.
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join chuck for this morning's "meet the press" with an exclusive interview with senator amy klobuchar of minnesota and exclusive interviews with the baltimore police commissioner michael harrison and the director of the national institute of health, dr. francis collins, plus an interview with the associate professor of african-american and african studies at the university of minnesota, keith mays. we hope you tune in to "meet the press" at 8:00 a.m., right after this newscast. coming up in about 30 minutes from now, we'll talk to our nbc bay area political analyst larry gerston for our weekly segment and look at the presidential executive orders that president biden has signed and how they compare to past presidents. now to an unexpected discovery for a train conductor after someone left their bag on the train. they found a bag full of diamond rings while working the shift on the long island railwood earlier this week. a jewelry portfolio containing
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36 diamond rings to be exact. the settings are estimated to be worth $100,000. conductor jonathan yellowday turned them in before he even, before the jeweler, pardon me, realized he'd leem real. i was like, this can't be what i think it is. >> to show his appreciation, the jewel he promised to craft something for yellowday to wear. wow! i love diamonds. new video this morning of a fire hydrant spewing water high into the sky, this is in the south bay, it happened yesterday afternoon on south park victoria and yosemite drives in milpitas. it's on the corner right near a construction site for a new fire station in the city. no word on any damage caused. time to check in with vianey our microclimate forecast. we're hoping for some showers today. take it away.
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>> it's going to be one of those quick-moving storms because i wish we had a good amount of accumulation that will be putting a dent in our drought monitor but truth be told it's temporary relief for the dry conditions we've got going on outside. let's look in san jose the contra costa up above and we're going to see the showers move in after 10:00 a.m. things are calm right now. san francisco we could see the golden gate bridge there, it's also cloudy. it's going to also be breezy at times and gusty because as the cold front passes behind it, the winds will pick up this afternoon. the main reason we're under a microclimate weather alert is because of the instability that the system is going to bring and it could spark a chance of seeing some thunderstorm activity for the north bay and the east bay along with a chance for hail. not expecting crazy heavy downpours but it will become
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widespread after 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. that is our window. rainfall intensity we have a little bit of rain pushing through ukiah, san francisco. we've got our mobile doppler radar up and scans and we are expecting a cooler day ahead as well so significant cooling. look at our daytime highs, only going to top out in the 50s today. 59 degrees in san jose, 58 hayward. san francisco 56 and santa rosa 59 degrees. 50s across the board and once we get through this rain into the first half of the day that will clear out later tonight. hour been i had been hour look, notice by 12:00 we begin to see rain from the north bay down to the south bay, san jose, morgan hill. the heavier pockets of rain pushing through the napa, san rafael area and by 4:30/5:00/6:00 the showers push out. by 11:00 we could see
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instability overnight. if you have plans to travel to lake tahoe area there is a winter storm warning in place, talking about snow elevations 4,000 to 5,000 feet so keep that in mind, any plans to travel tonight or tomorrow morning check the travel conditions. mountain showers on monday but the majority will lear out and into tuesday and wednesday things dry out and warm back up. so we're going from 50s today to 70s and 80s by the middle of the week. so a shift in our pattern, cooling late next week, shower activity to the north. notice very temporary relief, no dent on the drought monitor. we're really lacking when it comes to rainfall total. san francisco over the next seven days, 50s to 60s to 70s and we expect to see temperatures change into the inland areas again. let's talk about your
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climate hack, it has to do with your grocery list you might plan monday or tonight. take a look at this. in the past a lot of us had to turn our homes into everything including home offices, and gyms. you might be using your kitchen more often and cooking more. have you ever noticed how much food you're actually throwing away at the end of every week? the salad mix or vegetables you swore you were going to eat but now gone bad? yikes. here is the problem. the nonprofit refed says americans threw away nearly 28 tons of food last year alone. hey, time for your climate hack. let's come up with a game plan before we hit the supermarket. how about taking inventory of what you have and making a list. some of the most common foods
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are fruit and leafy greens. so far so good. it looks like the list is helping me stay on track. i avoideded sal lass mix and got veggies for planned dinners. hopefully that avoids cluttering up my refrigerator and helps me avoid wasted food. once you're home, here is another tip. organize your fridge to see everything in it. you're more likely to grab what's there when planning your meals. what at the payoff? uneaten food accounts for 4% of our greenhouse gas emissions each year. if we could buy less and eat what we buy, think what that could do for your planet. follow me at nbc vianey arana and head to nbcbayarea.com/climatehacks. if you're looking for another climate hacks for makeup, lotion, shampoo, i have that on my instagram and facebook and of
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course nbcbayarea.com. kira? >> you've got it all, thanks, girl. we' be right back after this. hope you stick with us.
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the tokyo olympics this summer we're spotlighting local athleteses. "today in the bay's" garvin thomas introduces us to monica abbott. >> reporter: the subject of the olympics being delayed for a year naturally comes up interviewing for the olympics. you want to know how they dealt with the challenge physically and mentally but when talking with softball pitcher monica abbott, well, the delay she's had to deal with a lot longer than one year. >> strike three, monica abbott a perfect game. >> reporter: when monica pitched team usa to the silver medal in the 2008 beijing olympics she didn't know if she'd ever have the chance to return. the international olympic
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committee voted to remove the sport from the games, with no plan for its return. >> when we were voted out, it was devastating, because -- >> reporter: the possible end of her olympic career did not mean the end of her playing days. she loved the sport too much for that to happen. monica's been throwing strikes ever since her days growing up in salinas, went to the university of tennessee, won national collegiate player of the year and holds a slew of pitching records from her time there. after the 2008 games, monica threw herself literally into professional softball playing both in the united states and japan. the olympic dream may have be professional athlete and it's the greatest job in the world. i spread not only sport and joy but something that people look forward to.
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>> reporter: but now softb the last time she was the youngest member of team usa, now one of the oldest. it was a long 12-year wait for 2020 only to be asked to wait one more year due to the pandemic. >> and i will tell you that that was a hard pill to swallow and it definitely got me down, like let's be honest. it gets you down. >> reporter: now the lock wait is almost over and monica can dream what it means to represent her country on the world again. >> i definitely think i'll be overwhelmed the moment i step on the field again. >> reporter: garvin thomas, "nbc bay area news".
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this couple is working hard on our state's recovery. and keeping their vacation in california
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supports our small businesses and communities. which means that beautiful baby gherkin atop this charcuterie masterpiece is like another brick in the rebuilding of our economy. job well done friends. calling all californians. keep your vacation here and help our state get back to work. and please travel responsibly. good morning. it is sunday, april 25th.
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we are under a microclimate weather alert, as we await rain to move through the bay area. cloudy skies over san jose. you can see the sun trying to break through there. a nice start as we begin our final sunday of april. i'm kira klapper. vianey arana joins us with a quick look at our microclimate forecast. hey, vianey. >> hey there, good morning. it is going to be a quick-moving storm this afternoon, so main time line right now looks to be between 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. let's take a look at the temperature trend for san jose, it's about 54 degrees right now again. it is cloudy, but notice 10:00, 11:00 and 12:00, we start to notice some shower activity. we're not expecting heavy downpours, and unfortunately, not enough accumulation to really put a dent on that drought monitor. it is going to be enough to provide some temporary relief to some of our drier hilltop areas here in the bay area. so let's look at storm ranger right now. we have our mobile doppler radar
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up and scanning. showers through ukiah and along the peninsula as well. this will become more widespread by again the afternoon. we're going to see a chance for isolated thunderstorms and maybe even hail a possibility, depending on just how we move into the afternoon. so i'll have a closer look at that coming up in a few minutes. kira? >> that sounds wild, hail. see you for the rest of your forecast in a little bit, vianey, thanks. get weather updates while you're on the go downloading our free nbc bay area app, you get the latest weather forecasts and you can tailor it to your area. a live look for you this morning at the oakland coliseum, one of the mass vaccination sites that will resume distributing the johnson & johnson covid vaccine this morning. here's a quick time line, on april 13th the cdc put a pause on the j&j vaccines following reports of rare but severe blood clots. three women died.
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friday, april 23rd the cdc and the fda agreed that the benefits of the vaccine far outweighed those abnormal risks and cleared the way for the vaccine to be used once again. yesterday many states resumed vaccinating with the j&j shot but california held off until last night when governor newsom announced the vaccines can be offered immediately. health experts and state leaders ensure the single dose vaccine is safe but how does the public feel? "today in the bay's" sergio quintana explores. >> reporter: j&j will soon rejoin the pandemic eradication tool kit in california, after the western state scientific review work group backed action by the feds. >> many of us on the committee -- >> reporter: stanford epidemiologist dr. yvonne maldonado is part of the reviews group. >> we felt the benefits of the vaccines outweighed the risks. >> reporter: the 12-day pause has caused some jitters among people to get their jots. san francisco resident carlo kinetta was offered his first pfizer jab. if he was offered johnson &
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johnson? >> no, i wouldn't have gotten the johnson & johnson. too risky especially if there's other alternatives. >> reporter: but others didn't have any worries. >> if they offered me the j&j i would have taken it. >> reporter: would you have taken the johnson & johnson if it was offered? >> sure. >> reporter: to put a finer point on the risk of blood clots from the johnson & johnson vaccine, stanford dr. who are shea cabellero crunched some numbers. >> any given year or chance of getting struck by lightning is 1 in 500,000, so this is half as rare as any one of us getting struck by lightning on any given year. >> reporter: still there is some risk and during the 12-day pause experts figured out ways to manage those risks. >> given the risk is primarily in women under 50, if they feel that a risk of 7 in a million is too high, then they can choose to receive another vaccine. >> fortunately right now, there is enough pfizer and moderna vaccine available in the bay area to provide an alternative.
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during the pause, the cdc also came up with recommendations for a treatment that doctors can use if a patient does have a clotting reaction to the johnson & johnson vaccine. in san francisco, i'm sergio quintana, "nbc bay area news." first santa clara county and now contra costa county has reached a milestone. it has administered more than 1 million covid vaccines. that means coco county is one month ahead of reaching the goal health leaders set. nearly 70% of people in the county are partially vaccinated, 45% are fully vaccinated. it has been a long pandemic year and the mask debate continues as more americans become vaccinated, questions are growing about whether masks are still needed or necessary outdoors. people certainly have strong opinions on both sides and nbc's tom costello is taking a closer look at the debate and what the science says. >> reporter: from dining to exercising to just walking about, there's a growing
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national debate, sometimes polite, sometimes heated. >> i have a breathing problem! >> reporter: over the need to mask up when you're doing those activities outside. the reason for that, dr. ashish jha says is fresh air. >> we know that the virus largely spreads indoors, that there's very little transmission outdoors, except in some very specific circumstances. >> reporter: researchers at oxford say while the data is limited, indoor covid transmission is nearly 19 times as likely as outdoors. experts at northwestern argue keeping masks on when you're outside even after you've been vaccinated is not only a social courtesy but helps model the behavior yet. >> we've worn ours since the beginning. >> reporter: for both sides of the debate, rusty's seafood and oyster bar in port canaveral, florida. the owners have their own rule, the state doesn't. >> if ear' a guest inside the building walking around and once
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at their table they can take it off and hav dinner. >> not that hard to wear a mask. i don't understand why people are so resistant. >> reporter: do you wear a mask when you're out for a walk? >> no. no. no. >> reporter: but you have it ready? >> i have it ready always. >> reporter: the cruzy family from iowa doesn't believe in the science behind the vaccine or mask. >> no one needs to tell us what to do. >> as far as the mandate goes, burn the masks. >> reporter: burn the masks? >> get rid of them. >> reporter: dr. hillary fairbrother is an emergency physician in texas, one of the first states to lift its mask mandate. >> hospital admissions did not rise, icu admissions did not rise. overall the consequences of the mask mandate have not been increase in cases as some people were concerned about. >> reporter: dr. fairbrother says whether you're required to wear one or not, everyone should have a mask when they're out in public. >> i put my mask on for those encounters where i come into
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closer contact with people. >> that was nbc's tom costello. if you still need help securing your appointment, you can go to our website, nbcbayarea.com, click on "how to get a vaccine appointment" at the trending bar at the top. we have advice on where to look online and the best times of day to snag an appointment. happening today, there will be a commemoration at st. andrew armenian apostolic church in cupertino to remember the lives lost, in the massacre of are mean was under the otoman empire. this comes after yesterday's historic proclamation by president biden. the first u.s. president to statement saying "the american people honor all those armenians who perished in the genocide that began 106 years ago today." here they gathered at the mt.
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davidson cross in san francisco. the ceremony was of sadness and renewed optimism. >> the significance is that, for the first time in a very long time, arguably the first time that's really been stated unequivocally by an american president, we have recognition of the armenian genocide. >> biden's decision puts longstanding political ties with turkey in jeopardy. turkly immediately rejected the president's statement yesterday. a california filmmaker traveled to armenia to learn about the genocide and her family's history. she's now sharing stories from her journey on our new platform lx. watch "the hidden map" documentary on nbc lx, 11-15, stream it on apple tv, roku, peacock and nbclx.com.
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a surprise of the young baseball season the orange and black one game behind the league best dodgers in the west. last night the bullpen would let them down against the marlins. it was a pitcher's duel, too much excitement for this young fan, with a score tied at 1-1 in the ninth, jesus aguilar with a lacer to left a two-run shot, the marlins scored four runs in the inning, beat the giants 5-2. here's lowery, hits a high drive to baby's gone! >> the a's staying red hot, joad jed lowery with a homer in the
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fourth. the a's streak at 13 in a row. at the tank, the sharks honoring patrick marleau for breaking gordie howe's record of most all-time games played in nhl history but the wild would spoil the party. ryan suter scores on the first shot. the wild skate by the sharks 6-3. open the gates, the quakes kicking it with about 3,5 hub fans in their home opener against fc dallas. first home game with a live crowd during the pandemic. the quakes scored on a penalty kick in the first half, added two more goals in the second half, win 3-1 in the first home game in front of fans since march of last year. >> they're the heartbeat of the club, their passion, their noise, intensity throughout the game gives us the extra boost. we're all just looking forward to playing in front of them again and hoping to have more as the season goes on. the sharks are up next, they will play their first home game
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welcome back. in san jose, police are looking for the person who shot and killed a man near san jose state's campus. it happened just after noon, broad daylight yesterday at an apartment complex near the corner of south third street and east san carlos street. police say the victim is a man, but officers have released few other details. no word yet on what led to that shooting. look at this, on the bay bridge yesterday, a car engulfed in flames. it happened just before 7:00 last evening. traffic was at a crawl as drivers navigated around the flaming car. this is video that had been posted on social media, as you can see, the fire sent up a lot of thick black smoke. it could be seen for miles.
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of course now today all lanes are back open. no word yet on how that fire started. and did you feel the shaking last night, an earthquake rattled the south bay, it happened around 10:00 p.m. north of morgan hill at a depth of four miles, relatively shallow. the quake was downgraded to a 3.6 magnitude, centered just east of the calaveras fault. no reports of significant injury its or damage, felt up the east bay and the peninsula. if you've been shopping, odds are you know gas prices have gone up and like paper goods, pantryexpensive. here's how you can still safe. >> the end of the liner the toilet paper. >> reporter: one year after the great toilet paper panic get
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ready for the price hike. some of the biggest manufacturers announcing raises prices by nearly 10% in the next few months thanks to increases in costs of wood pulp used to make paper, surge in gas prices, along with stress on the entire supply chain during the pandemic. >> we'll see price increases like never before. now we're seeing it on packaging, on transportation, on just about everything. >> reporter: hoarding may have also played a role. american spent an extra $2 billion on rolls in 2020. not just toilet paper. prices for diapers and feminine products are going up but there are ways to save. >> the key is real simple. look for your great prices online, shop around, and make sure that you have that product that you need without overstocking. >> reporter: while some lower prices may return at some point, experts say many high prices may be here to stay. the price of the pandemic coming soon to a store near you.
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kristen dahlgren, nbc news. we normally have larry gerston on our show but we're having technical difficulties. we cannot wait to get everyone back in person hopefully in some months soon. at 7:47, still ahead on "today in the bay," vianey has a look at your microclimate forecast and showers on the way, next. more public school students in san francisco finally returning to the classroom. what the district is doing to try to keep everyone safe. >> plus hockey lovers have been waiting for this, what shark fans can expect when they run to the s.a.p. center.
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good morning. buenos dias.
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off to a cloudy start. little plant, scandepsis trebu moonlight. it is our plant for the day. we are under a microclimate weather alert. you might be thinking it seems calm right now. it is through it hasn't rained in a while. i want to make sure nobody gets caught off guard when we see the rain move in later today. san francisco's live camera, you can see how cloudy it is and it is going to get windy later this afternoon, as that cold front passes through, the winds will pick up behind it, and take a look at san jose. so overall let's look at how our satellite radar right now is looking, we've got our storm ranger, it is up and scanning, that is our mobile doppler radar. it does a fantastic job of not only showing us the rain as it
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pushes through but showing it at a surface level. it gives us good detail. we have a couple of showers pushing through ukiah, right there through san francisco and then also down through more of the king city area. a lot of that isn't really making it to the ground so even though we had a couple of showers yesterday, today we'll see light to moderate rain push through mainly after 10:00. so let's look at your microclimate highs for today, because this is a colder storm, it's also significantly cooler today for daytime highs. upper 50s only. we had 70s and 80s the past two weeks. today only at 59 degrees in san jose. 58 in livermore, 58 in hayhaywa. 56 in san francisco, and there is going to be a possibility for an isolated thunderstorm chance or two mainly for the north bay and the east bay, because of the instability that's mixing in the atmosphere right now, and in addition to that, there is a possibility that we could even see some hail.
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that's why we're under a microclimate weather alert. to make sure you're not caught off guard. look at the hour-by-hour outlook. time bar up above sunday 12:30, more rain is pushing through mafl moon bay, los gatos, san jose, morgan hill, becoming more widespread but it isn't a day to see heavy downpours all day long and extremely stormy. it's light to moderate at times with periods of heavy downpours at times and when the wind picks up you'll notice that, it will turn breezy this afternoon. i'm going to push this time line forward, past your lunch hour into your dinnertime, 2:00, 3:00, 4:00, 5:00. more showers are10:30, 11:00 it exit. the dry brush is fuel for future fire so we'll take the temporary
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relief but we need more rainfall to catch up to the rainfall deficit we stand at. traveling to lake tahoe a winter storm warning because of the snow falling, elevations 4,000 to 5,000 feet. expect winter storm activity up there. i mentioned today's storm isn't enough to put a dent. 96% of the state of california sunday some form of drought, no napa, solano and contra costa area for us in the northern part of california. we need more rain but not looking good for us. look at the long range outlook. a couple of mountain showers lingering through tomorrow morning and tuesday and wednesday we see the return of warm and dry air and temperatures climb into the 70s and 80s by the middle of the week. next weekend we get some cooling
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but what happens to the shower activity? it stays to the north, not looking good for us in terms of significant rainfall for the month of april. we're really behind about 20 inches of rainfall deficit for the north bay. so what's going to happen over the next seven days? it's going to be interesting to see this range of temperatures. so we go from 50s today to tomorrow, and then back up into the 60s and then as i mentioned we're going to warm up and dry out by the middle of the week, exactly what's going to happen in san francisco and also in inland temperatures, we stick to those 80s. all right, your dog walking forecast is going to be important today. binx is not a fan of the rain and if you live around the coastline and the bay, keep in mind the rain is going to move in after 10:00 a.m. if your dog isn't a fan of the rain, get the walk out early or a rain coat for him, that will work, too. binx has little boots. he doesn't like them very much but he prefers them over being all wet and soggy outside. go out on your walk early with your. s.
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it's going to rain, 10:00 to 5:00 the window. >> good morning. thanks so much. tampa bay buccaneers tight end rob gronkowski adds feet in the sky, completed the feat on his third try at the university of arizona, ace alma mater in front of the football team you could see there, the future hall of famer served as honorary captain at wildcats spring game. cool for all of them to witness that. tonight as hollywood's biggest night, the oscars, in addition to the kodak theater at hollywood and highland, the awards will also be at union station in downtown los angeles. only nominees who have been tested and have quarantined will be sitting in the audience. no red carpet. everyone else will connect virtually from satellite locations. for the third straight year,
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there's no host. for the very first time, there are two women nominated for best director. a best actor win is expected for the late chadwick bozeman in his final performance in "ma rainey's black bottom." elon musk is getting ready to host an episode of "saturday night live." "snl" tweeted the line-up with miley cyrus the musical guest. musk made camaros in "iron man 2" and "the big bang theory." catch the new episode may 8th on nbc bay area live at 8:30 and again at 11:00. going back to our plant mom vianey arana, i saw a coffee mug that says plant mom. >> it's so cute. >> i have to give it to you for mother's day.
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our resident plant mom. >> that's funny. >> thank you for making both of us a part of your morning, as vianey said, 10:00 to 5:00 is the window for rain today. we'll have more local news tonight at 4:35, 5:00, qualify and 11:00 and all day on nbcbayarea.com. we hope to see you right back here next weekend. have a great sunday.
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this sunday. after the verdict. >> guilty. guilty. guilty. >> thee >> it feels like we just got a breath of fresh air. >> does the guilty verdict indicate real change or is it just another high profile event? >> the jury did its job. hopefully we in the congress will do our job. >> this morning we'll hear what the verdict means to many
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african-americans. >> i was happy the na

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