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we broadcast traditionally to your television, and we also stream live at nbcbayarea.com. i am laura garcia. >> and i am marcus washington. you said it, it's friday! >> yeah. >> we will get to the news in just a bit, but first -- >> what is going on? we will iron out the microphone, but mike, let's get to traffic meanwhile. >> we could put a costume mask with her voice. so far, a lighter commute, you
expect that on friday. golden gate bridge, for example, a beautiful drive. orange and black, halloween, in the spirit, and back over to you. >> it's going to be a busy weekend, mike. the first outside lands music festival since 2019. there are new protocols in place. everybody is required to provide proof of vaccination, and wear masks and provide a covid test within 72 hours. everybody is coming out of the quarentine, and everybody,
venders, restaurants, artists, musicians, we feel very grateful we are here and able to do this. san francisco rec and park is trying to mitigate the impacts of last weekend, a big storm. monday, some businesses will be able to drop indoor mask requirements. san francisco, marin county already doing this as well. people will be able to take off their masks in offices, gyms, religious gatherings inside classrooms. only if they are less than 100 people, and they can prove they are fully vaccinated. >> this is a reasonable step at this time. hopefully the pandemic will have receded enough that we can really remove all of these types
of requirements. >> alameda county health leaders say they are not allowing restaurants, bars to remove their masks just yet. for many kids at the queens pumpkin patch in saratoga, this is the first time they have been able to hunt for a gourd as the pandemic put a damper on halloween fun last year. and vaccines are top of mind. >> she's due for her, like, last
round of vaccinations for mmr, mumps, measles and rubella, and it's able to lump covid into the same thing. >> will you get your child vaccinated, 27% said they would right away, and 33% said they would wait and see, and only 5% if required. >> it has been broken almost into equal thirds. >> liz hamill says parents who are hesitant raised concerns like long-term affects or getting time off if their child has side effects. she says parents' attitudes did
change with older kids. >> the share of parents ready to get their teens vaccinated increased as they learned more and have seen other teens get vaccinated, and we expect that to happen with younger kids as well. >> for more information on the vaccine rollout for kids, head over to nbcbayarea.com/coronavirus. >> friday, around here, everybody is ready, but what about traffic mike? where is everybody? >> well, here. there are reports of a crash that just happened on the chp report, right here and it's marked on the map but we don't see slowing. we didn't see any flashing lights. it should be a problem. we will will track that, and it's going north through
fremont. and over here, look at that, just a little blip just below 60 miles per hour, and such a smooth drive out of the altamont. no delays getting to the bay bridge. clear views, too. it's 4:36, next on "today in the bay," what you can save on. back at the bay bridge toll plaza, moving smoothly. it's 4:37.
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in focus today we will get reports on personal income and spending, manufacturing and consumer earnings from chevron and exxonmobil. meantime, halloween is on sunday but target is rolling out deals starting on halloween. new this year, it will ties deals as holiday bests to let you know it will be the best prices of the season. those deals will be unveiled every sunday during the holidays and are available in scores and on time. meanwhile, the squid games have gone from 1.2 cents to more than
3 bucks, and holder can take part in online games inspired by games in the show with a chance to win cash prices. laura and marcus, i don't think anything happens to you if you lose like it does in the show. >> i hope not. i don't want to play. >> hopefully not. >> right? >> oh, you moved. >> yeah. >> i never seen that but i just know that from stuff online. >> we're not playing, bertha. we're not playing. 4:42, and still ahead a look at the weekend forecast, and the drive. kari, how are we looking? >> looking good. temperatures milder right now as we are heading out in san josé, and we will see a nice warm-up,
maybe trying to get a jump on their weekend. >> we will see. what will the weather hold. we'll find out right now as we check in with meteorologist, kari hall. another look at the bay bridge as you are heading out, and it's all clear as we are starting out. we will see a mostly clear view as we go into the early morning, and by late morning we could see clouds and fog starting to roll in. taking a look at the temperatures today, we are headed into the low 70s, and even mid to upper 70s for a few spots, but this is very much like the temperatures we had yesterday, reaching 76 in morgan hill and gilroy, and 75 today in antioch. oakland reach into the upper 60s and low 60s near the coast, 72 today in palo alto. in san francisco, up to 67 downtown. our northbound highs reach into the upper 60s and lower 70s. it's going to be very pleasant
today, but we are seeing changes ahead for the weekend. we had not one but two storm systems coming in. the first arrives by tomorrow and keeps the rain north of us. we can see how the next storm system after that is much bigger, and that's going to be coming in as we come into monday. looking ahead, we will see more clouds moving in starting tomorrow, and our temperatures will be slightly cooler, but we're not looking at a lot of rain. then on monday, a bigger storm system comes in, and there will be two storm systems next week. as we look at what the computer models are showing, bright red for the north and inland bay, we look like it could be over an inch. another computer model shows slightly lower rainfall totals, and we will see how much we get as we get closer to this.
some upper 60s again for halloween, but we should get more sunshine. we will be watching not one, but two storm systems coming in for next week and it's going to be cooler with highs in the low 60s while san francisco is not going to see too much of a change in our temperatures, and we are remaining in the 60s, but cooler go into tomorrow and the next few days. mike, you have been watching the roads, and how does it look with the commute? >> like this, here in dublin, in that area, westbound with the headlights coming over here past the dublin scales just got word of a crash. no details. perhaps it's just a disabled vehicle and likely the road is cleared and we have not seen any slowing since that hit the chp grid. no slowing coming out of the altamont. going the other way, people
heading toward the sierra, and that definitely was not happening last weekend. and then in southbound, the crash in fremont has not resolved, and there's no slowing there. heading towards the bay bridge, no delays. we are at the minimums for these routes right here throughout the approach. back to you. >> thanks, mike. new details in the deadly onset shooting involving alec baldwin. the crews now cleared the new mexico set of the movie "rust." this is the scene that killed the cinematographer. the evidence will be sent to an fbi crime for analysis.
hannah was hired on two positions on this film, which made it extremely difficult to focus on her job as an armourer. she fought for training, days to maintain weapons and proper time. the whole production set became unsafe due to various factors. so far no charges have been filed but the investigation is ongoing. a new name and new corporate named for facebook called meta. what is going to change? >> the facebook name face buzz continues, the famous like sign replaced with meta, and the announcement made. >> our mission remains the same, and it's still about bringing people together.
our apps and brands, they are not changing either. we are still the company that designs technology around people. >> facebook, what's app and instagram won't have face changes, but the company that owns them changed the name. they are moving forward into the meta verse >> hey, mark, what is going on. >> an investor says the idea is not all that new. >> if you think about it in general, we have been in a quasi universe for a decade now, right? think of how much time you stay glued to your phones or on instagram? >> facebook's products harm children. >> a former employee turned
whistle-blower said the company is knowingly spreading misinformation, so what does this do for the image? >> i think that a lot of the other concerns that have been raised are still top of mined for a lot of people. >> there's one more change, too. the company's stock symbol will transform to mvrs, as in metaverse. authorities have filed a criminal complaint that accused andrew cuomo of placing his hand under the blouse of a victim and touching her. cuomo resigned earlier amid other sexual allegations. a shake-up for the a's after
missing the playoffs. the big a's fans already worried about their team's future in oakland. in contra costa, listen up, one retail giant is proposing a costco that would be more than 160,000 square feet and take over the old former supply hardware store. some neighbors have expressed concerns about the expected traffic. there are already eight costco stores in that county, including five in san josé alone. we'll be right back.
4:55 right now. the long-time manager of bob melvin is moving on after managing the a's for 11 seasons. melvin grew up there and has agreed to go to the padres even though he was still on contract. and then it's called colin in black and white. it shows a young kaepernick -- >> we can change the game! we can write new moves. radiate our show, take back our power -- >> if you are interested in watching this series, it's on netflix and coming up for you at
midday, we will speak with the main character, the actor playing kaepernick as a teenager and he tells about telling the former 49ers story. kari is tracking the weekend forecast for us. >> yeah, we're getting ready for halloween and a lot of our inland areas. we have sunshine in our sunday forecast, and it's also going to be kind of bone chilling and chilly as we are going into the weekend, it's going to go come down a few degrees. we'll talk more about this and what is ahead, coming up next. looking over towards fremont, the good news is that the crash is cleared from the north side of the nimitz. no problems, no slowing. there are folks already hitting the road. and then in a few hours, top fifa officials set to eye one bay area city as the host city
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bay high school out sick because of covid and we will talk about the steps the district is taking to contain the spread and what parents need to know. plus -- >> by leading the world, or letting the world pass us by -- >> members of his own party continuing the legislative tug-of-war over his sweeping social spending plans. this is "today in the bay." very good friday morning to you. thanks so much for joining us. i am laura garcia. >> it has a special ring to it. friday. >> uh-huh. >> we reached out. look, it's halloween weekend and a lot of people expected to get out. all eyes will be on the forecast, of course. meteorologist, kari hall, has been tracking that. >> i will be spending my kids to school with