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live." for all of us here at nbc sports, so long from del mar the final knicks right now at 6:00, cool and cloudy. tracking the next storm rolling in. people are so excited. >> young children rolling up their sleeves. how bay area health leaders are making covid vaccine clinics kid friendly. and a music festival turns tragic. what we're learning about a stampede that left eight dead and hundreds more hurt. the news at 6:00 starts now. thanks for joining us. >> we begin with breaking news out of the east bay. 880 in oakland has now reopened after police closed lanes to
investigate a shooting that sent a child to the hospital. happened along 880 near 7 street in oakland. some officers got a call about the shooting right around 2:00. chp says the child was hit by a stray bullet after an exchange of gunfire. we don't know how badly that child was hurt. traffic was backed up for miles. chp did reopen all lanes about an hour ago. we're going to have a complete report tonight at 11:00. we're tracking this story for ow on-air and online. download our nbc bay area to get the latest news and weather alerts. bay area families getting their children vaccinated against covid. two clinics opened, one of them even transforming the clinic into a playland for kids. >> it's a big relief this is available now. for the jasper family it was the kids turn to roll-up their sleeves to be vaccinated against
covid. >> proud of them, yeah. bit of a struggle but when it was done they were like oh, it was nothing. so hopefully the next one will be easier. >> reporter: they came to the community based vaccination site. pfizer vaccinations are now available for 5 to 11-year-olds and today it was family friendly. >> the demand is so high. people are so, so excited to be able to get their kids vaccinated and give them more protection against the virus. so we are -- that enthusiasm is seen and encouraged. >> reporter: 80 shots were administered by appointment. it's put on in partnership with the latino task force, excelsior strong and the department of public health. >> it means they're safer. we have elderly parents in our home and we want to make sure they stay safe as well. >> reporter: he brought his kids to be vaccinated. >> to keep other people safe and make sure we keep our family safe. >> reporter: in san mateo county
they rolled out all the stops with a kid themed vaccination event in mind. the goal, helping children feel at ease. >> what we want to do here in san mateo county is to create a family fun, friendly venue. and so it's all about super heroes. it's all about red carpet. it's all about making people and families feel comfortable. the great news is we have 300 appointments today, and we're all sold out. >> reporter: in san francisco, christie smith, nbc bay area news. now that children can get vaccinated berkeley is opening up clinics in places where the children go. malcolm x. elementary school, one of the first schools in the east bay to host a vaccination clinic. it was only open for one day so hundreds of children and their parents lined up for the shot. >> i'm extremely relieved the last person in our household is
able to be vaccinated. >> berkeley will also open up one-day clinics at rosa parks elementary and sylvia méndez elementary schools and that's going to happen later this month. a u.s. appeals court has frozen president biden's vaccine mandate for companies with more than 100 employees. not complying would have meant companies could face thousands of dollars in fines per violation. republican led states filed legal challenges against that rule. that led to a freeze. the legal battle is expected to continue over the next couple of months. we're keeping track of all of it. keeping track of the led lines, too. just head to nbcbayarea.com/coronavirus. we're following developing news out of hoougsen which is reeling from a concert that went horribly wrong. eight people killed, dozens injured. when travis scott took the stage at astrow world festival about 50,000 fans were there,
and when the concert started the crowd soared toward the stage, crushing others and causing mass panic. >> they're running, they're going crazy and pushing and everything. >> emts could not get over to any people in the crowd. there was just too many people. and at some point the barricades become a hindderance. like anybody couldn't get over there. the people were trapped in the area. >> the victims range in age from just 14 to 27. another 13 victims remain in the hospital including a 10-year-old in critical condition tonight. houston police say the tragedy is also an act of criminal investigation involving the homicide and narcotics department. travis scott tweeted today he is absolutely devastated by what happened. president biden is calling last night's passage of the infrastructure bill a monumental step forward for the nation. the house passed the measure with a bipartisan vote of
228-206. the $1.2 trillion package aimed to improve the nation's infrastructure including roads, bridges and broadband access and also aims to help create jobs. he's also looking to the future urging lawmakers to find a compromise on his $1.7 trillion social spending bill. >> let me be clear, we will pass this in the house, and we'll pass it in the senate. the build back better act will be a once in a generation investment in our people. >> the build back better plan includes new social programs including four weeks of paid family leave, universal pre-k, ways to combat climate change. the president is back in delaware tonight. there's a lot packed into this bill, and governor newsom says a lot of money is coming to california. some of the highlights, $25 billion that help fix highways and bridges, $3.5 billion used to remove lead pipes and improve infrastructure to make sure californians have access to clean drinking water and also
$84 million going toward protecting the state from wildfires. climate activists flooded the streets in glasgow, scotland, for a second day of protests. the crowd was estimated at 100,000. protests took place in windy, rainy conditions as world leaders at the cop26 climate change conference debated how best to cut greenhouse gas emissions. activists are putting the pressure on leaders to take drastic action instead of just promising to tackle the issue. and tomorrow marks the beginning of the second week of the global climate conference, and we are tracking it closely. join us as we break down the major headlines from this climate summit and what it means for us here in the bay area. to take a live look outside now from our network of cameras. you see out there cloudy some spots, and that is because more rain is on the way. meteorologist rob mayeda is tracking the storm for us.
when is the first part of this storm to move in? >> we're watching two. technically one tonight that might bring a few showers. as we take a look underneath those clouds from our storm ranger from san bernardino mountains off to the west, a few sprinkles around the north bay, and i think that's probably going to be it with the storm. a lot of clouds. but the better activity with this first storm. interior northern california thunderstorms up there near reading and snow across the sierra and a few showers may come down the coast towards the north bay tonight, but our real attention is on that second storm. it does have an atmospheric river connection going for it. so we'll see at least for a time some pretty heavy rain with that next storm system. as you can see over my shoulder the future cast, there's a lot of red on the map. for the coastal mountains, east bay hills up towards the north bay, that indicates we could see 1 to 2 inches of rain with this storm, and it could come down pretty quickly especially to get
into monday night. other changes ahead in your forecast coming up in about six minutes. coming up next, a tribute to a bay area gay rights activist, the message the navy says its newest ship will send when it sets sail. and crab season is back but things are looking different for fishermen this year. how the rules for crabbers could impact your holiday meals. 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.
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francisco gay rights leader harvey milkch it launched with great fanfare in san diego. you can't launch a ship without the smashing of a champagne bottle and she did it. the event was especially meaningful for milk it was family and for the lgbtq community. milk was forced to resign as a navy officer because he was gay. his nephew says it shows the navy has come a long way. >> we're showing the navy not only recognizes but honors those. so there's a difference between tolerance and celebration. so this navy ship send an important message to the world. >> the usns harvey millic, the ships are each planned to be named after notable civil rights leaders and activists. hundreds of people rolled up their sleeves today for vaccines in san francisco, sunset district. take a look. the event was organized specifically to reach the
neighborhood's aapi community. more than 500 people showed up to get either a booster shot, the flu shot or both. >> we want to stay ahead of the viruses. so today we have both booster shots and we have flu shots. so we want to avoid the twindemic of covid and the flu, which is coming. >> this was the second such event organized by all-american medical group and a group called self-help with elder lae. an alarming warning this afternoon. police in the east bay are urging people to be on the lookout for some kind and we're quoting here, large animal. yeah, it was spotted in dublin this morning. not sure what it was. police say it could be a coyote, could be a mountain lion. they're asking people to keep their children and any pets inside until they take care of the matter. let's talk about crabs now. recreational crab season officially started today but not like in years past. there's a state ban on crab traps to help protect migrating
humpback whales and sea turtles. though regulations didn't stop local recreational crab fishermen to head out to hot spots, some were there at midnight to celebrate the opening day. >> for lots of people we all caught crabs. we couldn't catch our limit but it was a good day, i would say. >> expect higher prices and low availability. it is that time of year again. time to do this. it's daylight savings time. come to an end. we fall back an hour, go back to standard time. daylight savings time is over. make sure you set your clocks back before you go to sleep. you get an extra hour of sleep. >> you get an extra hour. i have a 3-year-old and 7-year-old. i get no extra hour in my household. >> all right. we tried. some people get it. you don't. as for why we set our clocks
back we've broken it all down in a video. you can watch it right now on our website go to nbcbayarea.com, click on daylight-saving time in the trending bar at the top of the home page. >> i always get so jealous at this time. cherish that extra hour for me. >> it means nothing to your youngsters. >> no, they don't care. they just enjoy waking parents up very early. you know what i'm talking aboutch. >> as you wake up a little earlier than you might like tomorrow morning it'll be a cool start. we're seeing some those clouds right now with 62 degrees in san jose. dublin still in the low 60s around the tri-valley and over to san francisco, 60. let's give you a different perspective up toward lake tahoe, 39 degrees, seeing a bit of snow for your saturday across the higher peaks of the sierra and that's where a lot of the moisture passing with the system
overhead tonight but if you look closely a few stray showers but try to drop through the north bay with the sunrise. we could have a few isolated showers overnight to about sunrise tomorrow morning. yes, there's a time change. sunrise you 6:42 in the morning, morning temperatures mostly in the 30s and 40s. and we'll start off with sunshine during the day and increasing high clouds. near 60 in santa rosa, so from around the north bay to the south bay a range of about 60 to 65 degrees for your sunday. also good football weather. out of santa clara cardinals versus 49ers. kick off temperatures in the mid-60s, partly cloudy sky, no rain and certainly no wind like we had two weeks ago. that storm that blew through, pretty nice football conditions in santa clara tomorrow. it'll have another surge of tropical moisture, so it's got
that atmospheric river connection going for it, moderate in strength so not quite of the same intensity or duration we saw a few weeks ago. here's an illustration of the cause and effect in terms of what you can expect when you get an atmospheric river involved with the storm. we can still see 1 to 2 inches of rain around the coastal mountains. the east bay hills, santa cruz mountain for about 9:00 monday night into early tuesday morning we'll see the rain showers possibly intense at times. monday afternoon some light rain. there's 11:00 monday night into tuesday morning. steadier rain starts to move out and skies start to clear. we'll watch the wind speeds as the cold front approaches. look at those wind gusts. it's going to be the one-two punch of heavy rain and gusty wind. but after that things quiet down. check out this extended forecast as we go through the end of the
week into the next weekend unlike the last two weeks where you had storms arriving. once we get through that fairly strong storm, quiets down for a while. so you can see san francisco trending a bit warmer toward the end of next week with a good, solid november storm by our standards from monday night into tuesday. and then we could be looking at 70s as we head through next weekend. so it's an interesting trend. we've been getting these storms. we've been loving to see this much rain early in the season but the next half of next week looks dry and warm around the bay area. still ahead the annual tradition making a come back and just by looking at that you know what it is. a look at the new balloons and floats in this year's macy's thanksgiving day parade. mrs. claus the shopping boss here to help you merry savers decorate with the best bargains ever! ross has savings on everything you need to get the party started. because who waits for shipping anymore? or guests?! i love saying yes to more merry for less at ross!
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this is exciting. returning to its pre-pandemic form. the 95th annual macy's thanksgiving day parade is back this year. but for people in new york it's so much more than just a parade. from our nbc station in new york has a preview what we can expect to see on thanksgiving. >> macy's thanksgiving day parade, back this year and in a big way. >> it's a tradition. it's a tradition. >> reporter: and we're getting our first look at what you'll see along the 2 1/2 mile parade route. the 95th annual parade has some new features including new floats, new giant puloons and performances. work is under way across the hudson river at macy's studio in new jersey where floats are being assembled. >> i think it's very exciting.
i'm glad that things are starting to get back to normal. >> reporter: the executive producer of macy's thanksgiving day parade. >> we're really excited to bring the 95th celebration of the macy's thanksgiving day parade back to the streets of new york city. >> it's going to be great. it's a great sign we're headed into some semblance of normalcy and looking forward to seeing some streets crowded again thanksgiving. >> reporter: the new line-up has new yorker cary washington feeling hopeful. >> it's looking like new york again and i like that. new york is new york. there's no better place in the world. >> and for those of us who cannot watch the parade in person, here's some good news. you can watch the parade on thanksgiving day right here on nbc bay area. >> anthony flores joining us
emergency planning for kids. we can't predict when an emergency will happen. so that's why it's important to make a plan with your parents. here are a few tips to stay safe. know how to get in touch with your family. write down phone numbers for your parents, siblings and neighbors. pick a place to meet your family if you are not together and can't go home. remind your parents to pack an emergency supply kit. making a plan might feel like homework, but it will help you and your family stay safe during an emergency. from one moment to the next, our kids become the most important part of our lives. and even though the years pass, that never changes. we never stop worrying about them. that's why it's important to have health insurance.
with covered california, we got a plan we could afford. it includes free preventive care, like cholesterol and blood-pressure checkups. because even though they grow up, they'll always be your baby. covered california. this way to health insurance. enroll by december 31st at coveredca.com. welcome back. i'm anthony flores. the cal football team feeling the strain of the pandemic. several players and coaches missed today's game in arizona because of covid-19 including the starting quarterback. making his first start as the quarterback for the golden bears. cal says 99% of the team is
fully vaccinated. not many offensive highlights for the bears. and here's one on third and long for a 30-yard game. that would lead to a field goal tying the game at 3-3. but late in the fourth the cats run wild. arizona snaps its 20-game losing streak. the wild cats beat the golden bears 10-3. >> after gyma garoppolo's best game of season something strange happened at kyle shanahan's weekly press conference. not one question about the backup quarterback, not one. the niners snap their four game skid with a win last sunday in chicago. jimmie g. passed for 229 yards. kicker robbie gold are all returning to the line-up. the niners are facing arizona, the cardinals are 7-1. but quarterback kyler murray is a game time decision because of a sprained ankle.
coach, how did that impact the game plan? >> not much because we're preparing like he's going to play so we're not looking any differently. if he doesn't, we'll adjust to that. >> i think our group did a good job of, you know, turning the page and moving on. got a good game plan this week for arizona. tough team coming in. they're playing good and it will be a good challenge for us. >> be sure to have lunch with our friends for 49ers pree game live. cooks off at noon. then after the game check out the post game show for reaction and analysis. the last couple of weeks you're asking anthony, who's going to win? >> what's the score, how much should i bet? >> i won't answer the betting question, but what i will say is this, i feel like the niners are going to ride that momentum. jimmy garoppolo has some conference. we don't know about the ankle and 49ers on sunday, get the
welcome to this world. you have some big shoes to fill. people will tell you what to eat. everyone will have an opinion. and, yes, there will be tears. lots of new introductions. sleepless nights. that's normal. okay. so many new toys. it's not going to be easy. but, together, we got this. kaiser permanente. thrive one of the most famous holiday ice rinks in the world is back in business today. >> take a look, a live look. the rockefeller center's ice skating rink. this of course is new york city.
no one's on it right now. they just zambonied it. tickets go on sale mid-october. organizers say the rink is going to remain open during all weather conditions. >> oh, okay. >> it's a beautiful night. >> coming up next on nbc bay area join garvin thomas as he shares some of the good things good people are doing. our bay area proud special is next. and then coming up tonight in prime time is "saturday night live" premiers at 8:30. and musical guest ed sheeran. >> we're book here at 11:00. hope you can join us then. just a little of your evening with us. i'm garvin thomas, and my job for the next 30 minutes is to share stories of the good things that good people
are doing that make life in the bay area a little bit brighter for others. now, it's true that sometimes a remarkable act of kindness only happens to fix an unkind act, and that's the case with our first story which played out on the streets of one of san francisco's most iconic neighborhoods. ♪♪♪ garvin: san francisco's chinatown likes to boast it's the biggest one there is outside of asia-- officer william ma: hello, ling lei. garvin: --but spend just a little time walking the beat with officer william ma, and suddenly chinatown seems very small-- william: hello, lee ho. garvin: --as in small-town small. every few feet, william runs into someone he knows. william: so, every time we walk, when we talk to people, they always say, "hi." we talk to people, greet them by their first names. william: [speaking chinese] garvin: this is, william says, his dream job, the kind of policing that's not just catching the bad guys but making sure their victims feel taken care of. william: if they're not getting treated right,