tv Today in the Bay NBC October 3, 2021 7:00am-8:00am PDT
good morning. it's sunday, october 3rd. 7:00 on the dot, as you take a live look outside. this view never gets old. clouds and fog covering the golden gate bridge. thank you for starting the day with us, i am kira klapper. vianey arana is looking at the forecast for us. it's going to be a beauty. >> yeah, some areas watching out for hazy conditions. 58 right now in san jose.
as you head out the door it's mild to start our day, and in fact we are in the 70s in los gatos. let's look at some of the headlines, and we will go into more detail in the full forecast, and still a spare the air alert for the inland east bay, and values will be in the 90s, hazy skies, and we'll talk about that. today is going to be the warmest day of the week because looking out ahead we have cooling changes and a chance to see rain make its return to california. full forecast in just a few minutes, kira. >> thank you so much. we begin with an earthquake rattling parts of the south bay. a 3.4 magnitude tumbler was centered towards morgan hill. so far there are no reports of damage or injuries. did you feel it? let me know. i'm on twitter @kiraklapper.
there have been otheray are this weekend, including along the fault lines, and it has some wondering if this is leading to something bigger. >> reporter: after all the shaking they felt over the past 24 hours. the 3.4 quake today just outside san leandro, and it's in nearly the identical spot as last night's 3.0 quake. there have been smaller aftershocks as well. >> what we have to do living here. if we were living back east, we would be dealing with hurricanes and other stuff. >> others are still concerned and always worried it's a precursor to something bigger. >> it worries me because we are
in line for the big one, the big, big, big one. >> nbc bay area was told in a phone interview, it's not anything to be worried over. >> it's not unusual. these earthquakes come in and have their own little aftershocks. >> but it's not a guarantee of safety, because san leandro sits squarely on the hayward fault line. >> i cannot promise something bigger will not happen, but this is common in this area. >> that's why in downtown san leandro, even after a weekend of shaking, life goes on. >> it's just part of living here. turning to the fires burning across northern california and good news from the fawn fire. it is 100% contained this morning after burning for a week and a half off the shores of shasta lake north of redding. a 30-year old woman is charged
with arson after starting the fawn fire. 185 structures were burned and nearly 6,000 acres burned. the lady arrested for arson is believed to have started other fires in northern california. it has been 30 years since the 1991 firestorm in the oakland hills, and yesterday oakland city leaders and firefighters gathered to remember the lives lost on that tragic day. 25 people were killed and more than 3,000 homes were destroyed. the mayor libby schaaf was there and her family home was one of those destroyed. >> we will not forget what that felt like, that realization of the enormity of the loss. >> behind theou see at
the rockford bart station, 2,000 hand painted tiles and a plaque with the names of the victims, and ringing a bell after reading the name of every victim. then the march for reproductive rights happened in hundreds of cities across the country. you are looking at scenes from new york, dallas, los angeles and washington, d.c. the main march in the nation's capitol ended up on the steps of the supreme court. it was a national movement to preserve abortion rights. thousands in the bay area joining the hundreds of thousands nationwide. today in the bay reports from san francisco. >> there are two reasons why these marches were coordinated across the country today, and the first is to protest a newly enacted texas law that curtails women's access to abortion, and
the second is because the supreme court is convening on monday and will be weighing a law that directly challenges roe v. wade. with bullhorns, drums and signs, these demonstrators are making their messages clear. >> i am here for my daughter and women all over the country, choice to vote, and have control over our bodies. >> it's a national show of force. in austin, thousands marched on the texas state capitol to voice about the new law there. >> i felt betrayed by the politicians. how dare they? >> in washington, d.c. thousands marched to the supreme court. the justices began their session
on monday and will weigh a mississippi law if upheld could chip away at the precedent set by roe v. wade. >> we have to organize and fight. >> organizers say there were more than 600 marches across the country, the biggest turnout for women's rights since 2017 when people marched in droves the day after donald trump was inaugurated. more marches will happen today here in the bay area and across the nation. a rally in san francisco begins at noon at the federal building on 7th and mission street. and in redwood city the group raging grannies will hold an event on el camino real at 3:00 p.m. several cars crashed into each other on the south bay
interstate 80 lanes. two cars were overturned and all lanes were blocked to investigate. we have word they are reopen now. no word on what caused that crash. we have new information this morning about a man killed in a was wounded when they were shot around 11:30 friday night. it happened in their home in the city's typically quiet maxwell park neighborhood. the man's death marks the 100 homicide in oakland this year. he has not been identified yet by police but close friends tell nbc bay area it was this man. he was a beloved educational advocate in the east bay pushing to ensure all children have equal access to quality education. police have not yet announced any arrests in the case. a vaccine milestone to celebrate. the white house covid data corrector said 200 million
adults in the u.s. have at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine. the number of fully vaccinated people is almost 215 million, or nearly 65% of the total u.s. population. this news comes just a few days after the announcement of 700,000 covid-19 deaths in our country alone. now to a live look for you at capitol hill where democrats remain in gridlock over two key bills, before president biden left the white house for delaware yesterday morning, he vowed his infrastructure package and social spending bill will pass. >> there's an awful lot in both of these bills that everybody thinks they know, but they don't know what is in them. i do -- when you attach each individual element in the bill, everybody is for them -- not everyone, over 70% of america is for them.
everything looks great with your eyes, and i see you're due for a mammogram. should we schedule it? oh yeah that'd be great. a leader in the prevention, early detection and treatment of cancer. welcome back. it's time for our weekly discussion with chuck todd, moderator of "meet the press." this will be a little bit of a convoluted question, but today we are on the heels of yesterday's special session, and democrats right before the break talked about their remaining at odds over two big spending bills. you have bernie sanders on today. what is the crux of the matter?
why can't democrats agree within their own party? >> look, what is interesting today when you watch the show, both the white house perspective and senator sander's perspective is this is not about a number, well, it is about a number, and what is the top line spending going to be, until you make that decision it's hard to write the details of the bill, even though they all claim they know what the details are going to be, because if it's a smaller number, are you going to do a punch of pilot programs and launch all of these ideas and have them run out of funding in a year or two and hope another congress fully funds it or do you do two or three things well and come back for a second bite of the apple? what is the number going to be is the sticking point. i think one of the wildcards
here, kyrsten sinema from arizona, and joe manchin has given a pathway with what she will agree to, and kyrsten sinema, she's uncomfortable with the tax increase, and manchin is uncomfortable with the number, but okay with the taxes, and kyrsten sinema, it's going to be a while and that's the big takeaway i have for today's show, this is not going to get resolved next week, and let's hope it gets resolved by christmas. >> christmas, and so we'll table that for later. here in california, governor newsom mandated the covid vaccine for school-aged children, and you are obviously in d.c., is there any murder or reaction to this? >> not beyond -- i mean, i could
tell you this, the most interesting place that you sort of see it reverberate is in the governor's case. i saw a great interview with his manager, and he said the group they focused on is the unvaccinated with the vaccinated, and the groups that are for this are the vaccinated, and one candidate is for mandates, and one is pro vaccination but against the mandate. so what you are seeing with governor newsom, i think you will see a lot of democrats in statewide races following suit with similar questions. >> we hope you join chuck for this morning's "meet the press." as was mentioned, he will have senator bernie sanders, and he
will have a segment on facebook and instagram, featuring a wall street technology reporter famous here in california. and then the oil is hitting the shores of huntington beach and newport beach. the coast guard said it's about 13 square miles due to a pipeline leak. hundreds of leaders have canceled the final day of the pacific air show. these pictures were posted of the oil just sitting on top of the water. time to check in with vianey arana for another look at the forecast. it's going to be a beautiful day. >> it is going to be beautiful. you said it, kira, never get tired of the picture at the
golden gate bridge. even san francisco is expected to be warm overall. san jose, a live look over downtown. 58 degrees, and another hazy day especially for inland areas. let's talk about the air quality right now and what we are seeing, so we have got, of course, the fog around the coastline, and you saw the live cam but we are still dealing with the drifting smoke, so the sensor is green around the coastline, to moderate, orange, unhealthy for sensitive groups in the inland east bay, and that's why there's a spare the air alert for today for the inland east bay, especially. with the warmer temperatures, it increases the ground level ozone to unhealthy levels. so right before the sea breeze kicks in, you will see the winds picking up. in addition to that, we have the
wildfire smoke. and that smoke will move north, and over the next 24 hours we hope to get better conditions when it comes to our air quality. as far as daytime highs, let's take a tour of the bay area. today will be the warmest day this week. look at the 90s, still taking over on the map. concord, 93. antioch, 95. napa, upper 80s. down to the south bay, 87. look at san francisco. if you are heading to the city today it will be beautiful. 78 degrees is the forecasted high for today. that's really warm for the city. hour-by-hour outlook, what is happening over the next couple hours? well, we have a system to the south. it will cool us off a little bit but if you have plans to travel to southern california, you will need much needed rain down there, and into monday you rada here. the models are showing activity for tuesday just off the coast. you see we have a bit of a
system approaching, but right now looks like that may stay off the coast. it will help with cooling. so far we were hoping that some of our rain chances would increase into friday and saturday, and even possible sierra snow. again, as we look closer we will see how that model looks and hopefully get a little rain around here. as far as san francisco's forecast, in the 70s and bouncing back down to the 70s in the inland areas. >> we love a good party, but it's a bummer that these balloons are not planet friendly. >> in fact, the environmental nature center said balloons put our wildlife at risks. balloons if they land in the ocean can be eaten by a fish.
and also they can cause a power outage if they hit the power lines. latex balloons can take up to four years to break down, so making just a swap could keep microplastics out of the ocean and the food chain. please, just stop with the balloon releases altogether. there are much better family friendly options. we got better options than balloons. >> my kids love bubbles. thanks, vianey arana. now to the economic damage done by the pandemic, it will take years to repair.
we explain the plan to help minority-owned businesses rise. >> at cuticle's nail spa in oakland talks about how much it has changed since the pandemic. >> we have been able to reopen, which we are super grateful for the last five or six months, but it's still going to take time to rebuild and re-establish ourselves since the pandemic. >> she's one of several people our parent company, comcast, is already helping to rebuild. she's a prior recipient of a grant, and she's thrilled about the new comcast rise investment fund announced today. >> it's very important for corporations to partner with small businesses to ensure that we are able to continue to grow and to keep our doors a multiye program created to invest in the success of these critical
businesses. >> today our announce the program, and helping minority-owned businesses to recover. >> today i am thrilled that comcast is investing $1 million in the recovery and prosperity and growth of 100 entrepreneurs of color in oakland. >> here's how it works. 100 qualifying small businesses in oakland will get $10,000 grants to help them rise from the pandemic. they can apply for those grants starting today. >> a lot of our businesses, they have lost wages. they have lost revenue. they have lost staff. this program with comcast rise and $10,000 can do a lot. >> temeka miller says she plans to apply and she understands the new normal is a mixture of help, optimism and community. >> i think it's important for entrepreneurs to apply for the
grant and continue to support one another. >> in oakland, christie smith, nbc bay area news. >> we do have much more ahead on "today in the bay." coming up, it's a race to the finish. the national league west comes down to the last day of the regular season. what stars need to align for the giants to win their first division crown in nearly a decade. sports in next.
good morning, everyone. i am anthony flores. the giants still are in control to win their first division title in nine years. a sold out crowd packed oracle park hoping to see the giants win. the padres put that on hold. the giants can still claim the division with a win today or a loss by the dodgers. >> but we're expecting that tomorrow's game will be the one we need to win, and we are going
to put out the best lineup that we can and look to win tomorrow's game. the a's taking on the astros. oakland comes out swinging. and then oakland gets a 2-0 lead, and then after that it was all houston. houston beats the a's, 10-4. and then the cardinals and ducks. check out the effort to get into the end zone. the cardinal upset number 3 oregon. and then spartans and aggies, three touchdown passes including this one here in the fourth quarter, as the spartans beat the aggies. and then the 49ers are coming
off a heartbreaking loss to the packers on sunday night football. the hawks definitely have the respect of the 49ers. >> they have good players and coaches. they hit and usually cause turnovers. they are a very good team. the receivers are as good as they are in the league, and they have one of the best quarterbacks to play in the last decade. >> to the north, white putting on a show. he finished with his first career hat trick. the whitecaps beat the quakes. it's 7:27. we have much more ahead, coming up, marching for reproductive rights. events happening today here locally. plus, back-to-back earthquakes hitting the bay area.
good morning. it is sunday, october 3rd. we're just shy of 7:30 as we look outside from the heritage rose garden. you can see the golden glow of the sun rising. thank you for joining us. i am kira klapper. vianey is looking at your microclimate forecast. >> we have one more day of warm weather and then it cools off. in san jose right now it's about 58 degrees. look at the temperature trend. by 12:00 already in the 80s. today is going to be the warmest day of the week, especially for the interior valley. livermore right now at 54. going to be at 90 degrees by 2:00, so it will be sunny and beautiful. however a couple things to keep in mind as you head out the door this morning. the spare the air alert remains
in effect especially for the inland east bay, so try and limit your outdoor exposure if you are part of the sensitive group. we begin with an earthquake rattling parts of the south bay, a 3.4 magnitude tumbler shook morgan hill. did you feel it? let me know on twitter. i am @kiraklapper. there also have been several earthquakes since friday night in and around san leandro along the hayward fault line and it has people in the east bay wondering if this is a precursor to something bigger. today in the bay's tom jensen
reports. >> people out in san leandro, even after the shaking they felt in the last 24 hours. >> i felt two. >> a quake today outside of san leandro nearly in the identical spot of last night's 3.0 quake. >> it's what we have to deal with living here. if we lived back east, we would be dealing with hurricanes and other stuff. >> others are still concerned, though, always worried it's a precursor to something much bigger. >> it worries me because we are in line for the big one, the big one, the big, big, big one. >> nbc bay area was told in a phone interview, this is nothing to be alarmed over. >> it's not unusual. these earthquakes, they will come in and have their own little aftershocks. >> but she says it's not a guarantee of safety, because
san leandro sits right on the fault line. >> i can't promise something bigger will not happen. >> and even after a weekend of shaking, life goe here. now turning to the fires burning across california, and great news from the fawn fire. it's 100% contained after burning for a week and a half. a 30-year-old woman of palo alto is charged with a felony for starting the fire. 185 structures were destroyed, and nearly 8,600 acres burned. it has been 30 years since the 1991 firestorm in the oakland hills. yesterday oakland city leaders
and firefighters gathered to remember the lives lost. 25 people were killed. more than 3,000 homes were destroyed. mayor libby schaaf was among those that spoke and paid tribute. her family home was one of those destroyed. >> and we experienced that tragedy, we will not forget what that felt like, that realization of the enormity of the loss. >> you can see there at the rockford bart station there are 2,000 hand-painted tiles and a plaque with the names of the victims. at the end of the ceremony, the oakland fire chief read those names and rang a bell after every victim. now to a moment of solidarity across the country during the annual women's march. marches happened in hundreds of cities, and you are looking at scenes from new york, dallas and
washington, d.c. it was a national movement to preserve abortion rights. thousands here in the bay area joined the hundreds of thousands nationwide. our sergio quintana was there. strictly curtails access to abortion. >> my body. >> with bullhorns drums, and signs, these demonstrators are making their message clear. >> i'm here for my daughter and for other women all over the country. the voice to vote, and a choice to do what we want with our
bodies. >> and there's a national show of force. in austin, thousands marched on the texas state capitol to voice their anger over the new law that bans abortions after six weeks of pregnancy, and allows private citizens to sue providers. >> how dare they? >> the supreme court began their session on monday and will look precedent of roe v. wade. organizers said there were more than 600 marches across the country, and the biggest march for women's rights in 2016, the day after donald trump was inaugurated. >> more marches are scheduled today in the bay area and across
the nation. in short, a rally will happen in san francisco that starts in noon. redwood city, the group, raging grannies will hold an event at 3:00 p.m. a deadly crash this morning in the east bay on southbound i-80 in hercules. it happened just before 1:30 this morning. police say when they arrived two cars were overturned. all lanes were blocked to investigate, and they are now reopened but no word on what caused the pileup. we have new information about the man killed in a home invasion in oakland. he was killed and a woman was wounded when they were shot around 11:30 friday night. it happened inside their home on monta cello avenue in oakland's typically quiet maxwell park neighborhood. his death marks the 105th
homicide in oakland this year. friends say it was dirk tillinson. he was a beloved educational advocate in the east bay, and he pushed to make sure all children had equal access to quality education. police have not yet announced any arrests. now to our continuing coronavirus coverage and a vaccine milestone. the white house covid data director said 200 million adults in the u.s. now have at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine. the number of fully vaccinated people is nearly 215 million, or 65% of the total u.s. population. this news comes just a few days after the grim announcement of 700,000 covid deaths in the u.s. now to a live look at capitol hill whereas discussed with chuck todd, democrats remain in gridlock over two key bills. before president biden left the
white house yesterday he vowed the infrastructure package and social spending bill will pass. >> there's an awful lot in both of these bills that everybody thinks they know, but they don't know what is in them. i -- when you go out and you attach each individual element in the bill, everybody is for them -- not everyone, but over 70% of the american people are for them. >> nancy pelosi sent a letter to her colleagues pressing them to pass the infrastructure bill asap, and she re-minded them that the extension on the highways is only good for 30 days. the social bill must pass before the infrastructure bill. a fall tradition will have us looking at the skies this coming week. fleet week is back and its
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spare the air alert remains in effect. green around the coastline in san francisco. we have a couple orange sensors in inland east bay and through san jose, and that means unhealthy for sensitive groups. the spare the air alert remains in effect for today. i want to show you what we are expecting for the next 24 hours. we are talking about ground level ozone in the inland east bay. it will be just before noon before we see the sea breeze kick up. let's talk that the particulate matter. moderate, the sierra smoke is beginning to north. we have got the 49ers game today. kick off is at 1:05. temperatures will be warm, in the mid-80s. can you believe it? yeah, perfect timing on the music. 84 degrees, and as you know levi stadium is in santa clara county, so as you head to the
game you don't have to worry about it being cold out there. forecasted highs are going to be the warmest of the week so far. mid-90s through the interior valleys, concord, 93, and antioch 95. san jose topping out in the upper 80s. take a look at san francisco, 78 degrees. beautiful day to head to the city. once we see some of the fog clear out we will see more sunshine out there. hour-by-hour outlook. what can we expect heading into the start of the workweek? on the radar, you notice the increase in cloud cover but we also have rain down in southern california. if you have plans to travel to southern california, we have a number of systems making their approach. this is going to help cool us off. looking ahead, the long range outlook, and we are talking about the chance to possibly see shower activity. right now the model is going back and forth. as we head towards friday and saturday, we could be seeing sierra snow as we search towards
the end of the week. over the next seven days, though, cooling. i am so ready for fall. let's get rid of the 90s, right, kira? >> i will take whatever we can get. thanks, vianey. we have much more ahead on "today in the bay." coming up, nbc bay area political analyst, larry gerston joins us to talk about the gridlock in congress about the big back better bill. stay with us. let me get this straight. you've got an a.i. strategy to deliver a better customer experience, that will help us retain our customers and even grow our business? how much is this going to cost? here's the figure. 59. 59 million? no, five9. as in five9 intelligent cloud contact center. they won't just power our transformation.
welcome back. people who ride bart through the east bay should prepare for delays today because bart is replacing power cables that provide electricity for the trains. no trains between south hayward and union city. shuttle buses will be provided and that will add about 25 minutes to the commute. the closure and repair work will happen again in two weeks. classes set torr for two oas dealing with an unusual campus
crisis. flees. esperanza elementary school and koran sau. a recent issue with raccoons may have led to the flea infestation. and then twice, speaker nancy pelosi set up a vote in the house and twice she pulled back at the last minute because she lacked the votes to pass the bill. political analyst, larry gerston joins us now. can you incapsulate what is going on? >> the democrats are in disarray. both in the house and in the senate over how much money is going to be spent, over the order. in the house, for example, the
moderates want to get to work and get that infrastructure bill, that $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill out, and the progressives don't want that bill to go out until they pass the build back better, kira. it's all about the lack of trust. >> okay, so we're talking about the house of representatives. did you also mention the senate, the senate having issues, too? >> yep. >> what is happening there? >> senators -- there, it takes 50 votes to get the reconciliation bill passed, and it means all 50 democrats and the vice president, and manchin and kyrsten sinema don't want to see the $3 trillion bill go, because it's too much money. with the money comes the services and benefits, and the question is how much do you get
of each. they can't get on the same page. >> so build back better promises the most significant changes since fdr. where -- is there a pulse on where the vote will stand and could voter sentiments move the bill one way or the other? >> you know, you had a little piece on this with what president biden said, and the polls also show there have been several polls. look at the data here. it's pretty overwhelming. you would like to think that congress is listening to what the public is saying, and all the members of congress comes from different states and districts and could put a push on it, and unless these guys get on the same page, all the polls in the world won't seem to matter. >> you know i always do this to
you, and i love you but i'm putting you on the spot. what does your crystal ball say on this one? chuck todd said it could get done before christmas. what say you? >> i think it will be done before that, probably in the next six weeks. democrats cannot afford to walk away empty handed. they can't. everybody wants that infrastructure bill. a lot of people want to see the build back better bill. they are going to find a way. but the question is, how much will this help or hurt them downstream? by that i mean, next november. the more they fight the harder it will be for them to get credit for what is going on. they better get their act together sooner rather than later, and again, something will come out of it, probably 2 trillion of the build back better, but at what cost? >> obviously it's a tongue twister, and we will speak about
rattling parts of the south bay. it was just after 5:00 this morning in henry coast state park. we did get replies that it did wake other people up, and others said nothing happened here, but some people tweeted it did wake them up, so thank you for tweeting me @kiraklapper. chp said several cars crashed into each other on i-80 in hercules. we are awaiting word on what caused that crash. more women's marches are scheduled today across the bay area. a rally will happen again in san francisco, this time at the federal building on 7th and mission street. that starts at noon. in redwood city, the group raging grannies will hold an event at 3:00 p.m. with a focus
on reproductive rights. a fall tradition in san francisco will have us looking to the skies this week. fleet week is back. celebrating its 40th anniversary. the blue angels will arrive tonight at 6:00 p.m. ahead of the festivities. police department and sheriff departments are reminding people they will have all hands on deck. fleet week starts monday and runs through next monday. and then hoping to see the giants win 107 games, and it did not happen last night, but still one of the team's most dedicated fans is turning 113 years old. i believe that's today. we believe she's the oldest giants' fan alive. she moved here the same year the giants did. she and her family and friends
gathered, and local first responders stopped by to wish her happy birthday, and hopefully the giants can clinch that win for her today. >> happy birthday. >> yes, happy birthday. vianey arana has one last look at the forecast. beautiful day for baseball and football. >> yeah, it's going to be great. it's going to be sunny and we are still talking about the spare the air alert, and so it's going to be for inland east bay. valleys in the 90s. we're talking hazy skies because of the smoke. just looking out ahead, things are going to cool off and we will see the chance of rain returning in california, including down through southern california. let's look at the 7-day forecast, dripping down -- dripping down, no, dropping down to the 60s and 70s for the
this sunday, the deadlocked democrats. >> it dutsz president matter whether it's in six minutes, six days or six weeks. we're going to get it done. >> president biden delays the vote on the bipartisan infrastructure bill as progressive and moderate democrats fail to agree on social spending. >> we're going to get this done. >> progressives hold firm on their social policy bill. >> i have consistently said thaç we need a vote in the senate. >> moderates push back on the price tag. >> i'm not asking them to change. i'm willing to come from zero do 1.5. >> even as they agree both bills must pass.