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♪ this moment is gone. it is dark but that is why we are here. >> right now at 5:00, hundreds of thousands marching in support of abortion rights. women in the bay area joining that fight. we'll take you there. plus. carol jane du pont. >> 30 years of fast, memories are still so vivid. the victims of the oakland hills fire storm. >> and the latest on the 3.4 earthquake in the east bay as the news at 5:00 begins right now. ♪ snoegs ♪
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good evening, everyone. thanks for joining us. across the country and here in the bay area, people took the streets to defend reproductive rights after a restrictive antiabortion law went into effect in texas last month. christy smith begins our coverage from san francisco. ♪ >> reporter: in san francisco, people lined up for blocks to march down market street, carrying signs with a unified message. >> my body. >> reporter: after a new texas law that bans nearly all abortions in the state, demonstrators said it was time to speak out against it. >> i think we got to stand up for our rights. >> reporter: many were concerned that other states would adopt similar laws restricting abortion access and concerned about the role of the supreme court that denied the request to block the law. >> we're tired of having to do it this over and over again but
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we've got the energy and we're not going to stop. >> women of all ages, colors, shapes are so against what's going on in this country. >> reporter: california governor newsom recently signed laws to protect the privacy of patient and abortion providers. >> i'm just glad i live in california. >> reporter: so many said it's time to keep showing up for rights everywhere. in san francisco, christy smith, nbc bay area news. today's women's march in san francisco, part of a national show of solidarity. protests taking place in about 600 cities. these are scenes from new york city, dallas, los angeles and washington d.c. the nation's capitol where the main march was held. it ended up on the steps of the supreme court, on the heels of the restrictive texas law, many worry that with the majorityen the supreme court, roe v wade
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could be in jeopardy. >> when it happened, i thought supreme court is going to center to knock it down again. and when they didn't, we have to fight. it just goes to show why elections matter. >> reporter: this is the fifth year of the women's march,. another look at video from today's march in san francisco. go to nbc bay area.com or check out our twitter feed. it's been an unsettling few hours. an earthquake 3.4, close to bishop o'dell high school and gps showed a quake in the exact spot 7:15 last night. originally measured as a 3.2 and down graded to a 3.0.
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meteorologist joining us now, to get a little deeper into all of this and this is a fault line. does that mean there will be more and more earthquakes? is it a forecast? >> we're not expecting necessarily but it is occurring on an area near the hayward fault, where it gets our attention. you can see the shaking intensity as we report it, weak to light. it has a bit of a higher impact. western alameda county and back down to the peninsula, briefly feeling the 3.4 earthquake and there was the 3.0 occurring just to the south. last year, not far from the oakland zoo turn off and that's the hayward fault. >> one of the major fault systems, considered over due for a larger earthquake, the last one in 1868. it's a reminder, even with smaller quakes, keep your earthquake kit ready.
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not likely to cause issues. and another reminder, especially in the bay area and california to be quake ready at any given time. we'll watch to see if there are any more in the next 24 hours. >> good heads up, rob, thanks a lot. remember the oakland hills fire storm 30 years later. they gathered to remember the lives lost on that tragic day. 25 people killed. more than 3,000 homes destroyed. dozens met at the bart station this morning to pay trib out. >> and i will never forget getting that call. my sister could hardly get the words out. she was hyperventilating. she said dad's on his way here now. >> behind the speakers a mural made out of tile. dedicated to the 1991 fire. at the end of the ceremony, the oakland fire chief read the names of those killed.
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ringing a name after each name. a violent night in the east bay. one dead and anather injured after a shooting. about 11:30 last night. 100 fifth homicide of the year and another deadly shooting, also in the east bay. 12:30 this morning in hayward, near the japanese gardens. police are releasing very little information about it. but one person dead. good news for people in one alamo neighborhood, after a massive water spill turned a street into an ocean. early friday morning a pipe broke underground that led to this. hundreds of thousands of gallons of water rushing down the street. this impacted nearly 200 homes. east bay mud says the water is back and running for everyone. san jose is cracking down on side shows. they ordered them to stop
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organizing them on social media. they passed a first of the nation law, making it illegal to promote side shows. she says she is glad it's being put to good use. >> we're trying new things and wrer taking this to court and it's a new tool in our tool box. these are happening in neighborhoods, daytime, nighttime. people are shooting guns. during the side show's activity. >> according going to other lengths, including installation of barriers at troubled intersections. a woman is safe after an unusual rescue in the east bay. police say they received a call about 1:00 this morning. a woman trapped in the antioch arena. she fell asleep on nearby rocks. when she woke up, she found the tide had come in and she couldn't swim back to shore. antioch police and fire departments used police to find her and used the fire boat to
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rescue her. president biden is in delaware for a weekend stay in wilmington. yesterday, he made a visit to capitol hill to meet privately with house democrats, one day after house speaker pelosi, delayed the vote. he departed the white house, spoke briefly with reporters on the white house lawn. he's vowing that the bill, along with his social spending plan, will past, despite division within his own party. >> there is no reason why both these bills couldn't pass independently. it's just that it's simple proposition. so, i think it makes sense. i support both of them and i think we get them both done. >> reporter: house speaker pelosi urged her colleagues to pass the infrastructure bill asap but she does not plan to bring it up for a vote until there is consensus. a break in the search for a missing woman in florida. the tragic discovery they made
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in the search for her whereabouts. and one of the darkest periods in our nation's period, the internment of japanese americans in world war ii. the mission in the south bay today. and at this hour, beginning to see the fog machine trying to turn on around the golden gate bridge. 80s and 90s to start the weekends. what to expect for your sunday when we come right back. and new hope in the covid fight. hospitalizations and deaths are trending down. does that mean we turned a corner? and salaries growing faster for latinos and everyone else.
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new at 5:00 a sad update to the case of a missing woman that atracked national attention. they discovered the body they believe to be that of 19-year-old maya. her body was found in a wooded area outside of orlando. this based on the cell phone records of a maintenance worker at the apartment complex where the woman lived. he was later found dead himself from an parent suicide. it was the worst mass shooting in american history.
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four years later, las vegas is paying tribute. memorials to remember the 58 people killed during a country music festival. it started at 10:05 p.m. that is the moment the shooting started. more than 850 people were wounded. many in last night's event held pictures of loved ones they lost and others had their images engraved on t-shirts. a santa clara county judge has been traveling the country, giving intern families a chance to sign flags that flew over internment camps during world war ii. he says the aim of the project is to honor the sacrifice, hardship and memory before all the survivors are gone. one woman told us it may come as a surprise but signing the flag brought back warm memories. >> brings back very happy
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memories because i was -- fortunately, i was a young age and i never had so many friends, you know? and i remember oh, i used to step out the barrack and all my friends are either next door or in the next barrack. >> there's only later that she realized how different the experience was for so many others, including her parents. so far more than 700 signatures on three flags and she plans to donate them to museums. getting a live look outside the bay area. if you're outside, maybe watching the game at oracle park, you may notice smog in the air. they're under a spare the air alert. and i really did not notice that i didn't smell it and see it. i was over towards the coast though, maybe. >> and you bring up a good point. er for it's really the inland east bay. walnut creek a bit more haze inland.
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and a strong high pressure that allowed. again, the smog to build up during the day and with the heating of the day, we see that start to warm up. 90s right now. we'll have a spare the air day again for sunday. wind direction pretty interesting. a bit of an off shore breeze and the humidity down to 15%. it's fortunate that winds aren't any stronger than now around some of the east bay valleys. 87 degrees in san jose and a very different view, as we look at the golden gate bridge, the upper towers are standing up above the fog as we have temperatures still in the 70s around san francisco. downtown close to 80 degrees. we'll probably see one more day for tomorrow and big changes lurking in the seven-day forecast. temperatures right now, 70s and 80s, bay side. you probably don't need a jacket unless you're around the inner bay. we're going to stay in the 80s inland through 7:00 tonight.
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not much of a sea breeze inland and i think we're going to see the same set up for tomorrow. an alert continues sunday. it will be places like the inland east bay valley. then watch how the air quality forecast changes over to green. tuesday, wednesday, and thursday, we're going to see cooling temperatures and a stronger sea breeze which is good news for the air quality. if you don't like heat, after about monday, we'll see cooler changes arriving. 50s and 60s to start and tomorrow, 78 degrees round san francisco. 80 in oakland. and the inland trivalley conquered antioch, up to santa rosa and morgan hill, finishing the weekend in the 90s. but big changes possibly coming our way. let's give you climatology. now that we're into october, we get more optimistic with rain
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odds, especially towards the end of the month. not really into the rainy season just yet. but to say the least, our odds of seeing rain chances should start to go up. what you don't typically see are chances this early in october. it's encouraging. both medium-range models show a chance of showers in the end of next week. better air quality. possibly showers in the forecast for the second half of next week. notice how the clouds increase. that's the ocean air. first chance of showers could be wednesday to the north. and watch what's interesting friday and saturday. northern california getting the showers. but look at that. that's a chance of snow above 9,000 feet. wore getting the cooling temperatures, possibly snow around the sierra and a chance of seeing a few showers closer to the bay area. from summer to a lot more like fall. we'll have drizzle at times around san francisco.
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chilly with a chance of showers friday and saturday. hard not to get distracted by the riels. feels so good to talk about showers after the fire danger we've seen. so, that is the focus, really. the summer-like focus to the weekend and what develops out of the end of next week. we have cooling and hopefully showers heading our way. bay area, stay tuned. back to you. >> you know, you got me whipped into a rain-wanting frenzy. i was just wondering is there an el nino, anything long range that would suggest a longer than normal rain season? >> we would hope that. high pressure is at least going to allow this system through. in theory, on the north coast, may bring better rainfalls. we hope to have an average rain and snow season.
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usually that gets kick started in halloween. so, to get it started this early, we hope, by the end of next week, there's good news heading our way. president trump banned from twitter for about a year now, now wants to log back on. the new move he's making to reconnect.
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former president trump make as new move to get back on twitter. mr. trump wants to tweet again.
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he's asking a florida judge to order the company to restore his account until trump's lawsuit against twitter is settled. former president's account was taken down in january, after the capitol riots, with a list of insiting new violence. he says members coerced twitter. and fremont says they're performing better than predicted in the third quarter. tesla said they delivered more than 41,000 electric vehicle said in the past four months. analysts have predicted that number to be over 21,000. company is preparing to hold the annual shareholders meeting in austin texas, that starts on thursday. elon musk hosted snl this season. what's in store this season? tonight we get to find out. four new shows, starting
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with owen wilson. he's also a first-time host and the cast loves to give a warm welcome to those newbies. >> it's fun to support them. owen wilson will be a first-time host. last year we had regina king. she's like, hollywood royalty and she was like thanks for accepting the rookie, guys, the new kid. we're like, you're regina king. you're better than us. >> quite literally, yes. >> and no one is worried about owen wilson being too serious. casey musgrave's the musical guest. snl begins live, 8:30 tonight, tonight, folks. don't miss it. amazon verses macy's and it's all over the prime real estate, which, if you travel to new york city, pretty hard to miss.
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but the billboard is now caught in a legal back and forth with amazon. >> that's pretty amazing, isn't it? that it's gotten so big that it's going to be bad to see that leave. >> reporter: you see, macy's doesn't own the billboard. they lease it and the lease expired in august. according to the lawsuit, the landlord, talked to amazon about replacing the space. >> one can only imagine, if you're amazon, how much of an appetite there would be to have this massive billboard space on top of your brick and mortar retail rival store. >> reporter: but macy's, saying in a statement, we expect to realize the benefits of these rights and have asked the court to protect them. >> i do think this area, harold square, as macy's, right? >> reporter: and meanwhile, remains a destination. >> it's iconic to go to empire
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state and i'm going to take them to lunch. but this billboard counts as a landmark to you? >> yeah. >> reporter: amazon and macy's, did not have any immediate comment. >> that was gus rosen dale reporting and we'll be right back. dale reporting and we'll be right back. and there you have it- woah. wireless on the most reliable network nationwide. wow. -big deal! ...we get unlimited for just 30 bucks. sweet, i get that too and mine has 5g included. that's cool, but ours save us serious clam-aroonies. relax people, my wireless is crushing it. that's because you all have xfinity mobile with your internet. it's wireless so good, it keeps one upping itself.
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finally, tonight, this woman got to watch babe ruth in his prime but she's never seen the san francisco giants win 107 games. she didn't see that today but she was at oracle to see the game. pauline turned 113 years old on monday. we believe she's the oldest giants fan alive. she was then when they beat the yankees in 1922 and moved here in 1958, same year the giants moved from new york.
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now she lived in madeira. out to the game they went. local first responders stopped by to wish her a very happy 113th birthday. my gosh she has seen so much. happy birthday to you. thanks for watching. "nightly news" is next. tonight, fighting for a deal president biden in a full court press to salvage his massive infrastructure bill. and quiet the divisions within his own party. the new timeline to pass the bill and how the president says he's going to get there. >> going to work like hell to make sure we get these passed protest nation a new round of women's marches across the country today. tens of thousands demonstrating against laws restricting access to abortion. and are we turning a corner covid cases, hospitalizations, and deaths all trending down nationwide the first comprehensive study of mask mandates in schools. do they work to prevent oure

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