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good morning. it is sunday, november 7th. welcome to pacific standard time, 7:00 on the dot as we look at the gorgeous view. daylight-savings time ended, and we fell back one hour. welcome to your new day. what a gorgeous sunrise. thanks to all of you for starting your morning with us. i am kira klapper. meteorologist, vianey arana, takes a look at your microclimate forecast.
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>> they can go outside and play with their storm we more rain on the way. we are going to keep the cloudy skies, and notice they are starting to bump up in the low 60s. the family was just driving
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home when their car was hit by a stray bullet. >> chp investigators say this is the car six family members were riding in when it was hit by gunfire. a family member did tell me the child did struggle to survive but unfortunately died. the family shared several details about the child and what happened but did not want to speak on camera. they told me the toddler, the 23-year-old month jasper was in a car seat when his mother was driving at the time, and two other adults and children at the time were not injured. the family is already getting support from the local asian-american community. >> i imagine what the family is going through right
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now, and what they have to deal with with years to come. >> the family is changed forever. we have not been able to protect our people in the city and in our state at all. >> chp investigators have not released any details on the possible shooter, and oakland police told the family it could be gang related. detectives do not believe the family was targeted. there's evidence the child may have been hit by a stray bullet. new overnight, another deadly shooting in the east bay. it happened just after 9:00 p.m. in the city of oakley. inside the garage, two other people suffering gunshot wounds. no word on the conditions of those two. police are investigating whether one of those people are loose.
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now to san francisco, a string of violent crimes happened there. sfpd added foot patrols and has cars parked on each block. on thursday we reported two people were shot at the corner of haight and masonic, and one person died. turning now to a setback for president biden's vaccine mandate for large companies with more than 100 employees. a u.s. federal appeals court blocked the mandate for now, at least 27 states filed lawsuits against the new rule. the three-judge panel ruled in favor of the lawsuit saying there are constitutional issues with the vaccine mandate. it would have forced private companies with at least 100 employees to be vaccinated by january 4th or face weekly
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testing. a legal battle is continue over the next few months. as the bay area moves forward with vaccinating young children, counties are coming up with creative ways for people to vaccinate their 5 to 11-year-olds. the atmosphere, you can see there. despite the nerves, there was excitement and relief. >> it means they are safer. we have elderly parents in our home, and we want to make sure that they stay safe as well. so this enables one more step so that our family, and other family members can't get sick.
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>> if you are unable to find an appointment with your clinic, pharmacies are taking appointments beginning today. health leaders on the peninsula rolled out the red carpet literally to make kids feel at ease while getting their covid shot. the clinic with superhero themes. there were 300 appointments for yesterday and all booked up, and they have two more clinics coming up this week. in the east bay, berkeley took the clinic to the children. malcolm x was one of the locations where hundreds of kids lined up to get their dose. >> i am extremely relieved that the last person in our household is able to get vaccinated, and we have been waiting for this day for a while and we're glad
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to see it. >> there still continues to be a lot to keep track of, where it comes to now kids and the vaccine. our twitter page is a good source of information. the fda has confirmed that visitors who have full doses of the six approved international vaccines from the world health organization will be allowed to enter the u.s., and that includes fully vaccinated travelers from the uk, and most of the eu, china and brazil and india will not enter the u.s.
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without quarantining. san francisco is moving closer to a new housing project moving forward near google's planned downtown village. it's slated near dupont just off bird avenue. the project calls for the demolition of 64,000 square feet of existing industrial building on mcavoy in order to build the housing units. this is an artist rendering of what that project will look like when it's completed in three to four years. first community housing known for affordable housing development is building the apartment, and they will be in the shadow of google's planned downtown project, and furthering the plans to build more
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affordable housing. >> overall there will be 13,500 new units. in google, in the google projects alone, there will be 4,000 units, and 1,000 of them will be affordable. that's in addition to the mcavoy affordable. >> we spoke to some people that live in the area, and they tell nbc bay area their concerns that the additional apartments will create new challenges. >> this is affordable housing and senior housing, and the city has eliminated so many street parking spaces that it has gotten really tight, and it's frustrating for visitors and residents here. that's just going to make it worse. >> we know that work is expected to begin sometime next year on november 16th, and that's a tuesday. there will be a community meeting at 6:30 that is called the mcavoy project. taking you to a look at
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highway 101 in palo alto, and this is where express lanes will open next year. drivers will see signs with orange banners that read toll testing. no tolls will be charged just yet. at 7:10, we have much more ahead on "today in the bay," and we will take you to washington, d.c. with our interview of chuck todd with this week's "meet the press" preview. i didn't have to shout out for help. because you didn't have another dvt. not today. one blood clot puts you at risk of having another, so we chose xarelto®, to help keep you protected. xarelto® is proven to treat and reduce the risk of dvt or pe blood clots from happening again. almost 98% of people did not have another dvt or pe.
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welcome back. it's time for our weekly discussion of chuck todd, nbc news director and moderator of "meet the press." always good to see you. i will not begin by asking about the kerfuffle and your beloved green bay packers.
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but president biden has the build back better package to get done, and i know there's no crystal ball. what will happen before thanksgiving? that's the date nancy pelosi hopes will be the backstop. >> right. well, kira, perhaps the house may pass something that they will say is the build back better bill, that they say will have all these things in it and then it goes to the senate where they added a whole bunch of stuff that a week ago we were told would not be in it, like paid family leave, issues having to do with creating some protections for some undocumented folks that have been in the country over a decade. those things were added in order to get progressives onboard passing the bipartisan bill on friday. these were things that manchin or sinema, the two democratic senators have been a bit of a
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stumbling block for progressives, they have not been in favor of. while they may pass a house version of what we described, i believe week weeks if not months away from what the final social bill will look like. >> and this is something we saw last week, and we saw election turnouts sway, and virginia, for example, and new jersey's governor hung on for a close race, and nearly a dozen house democrats won't run for re-election signaling mid-term fears. does that indicate that republicans will take over in 2022, or will it be close across the board? i know it's another crystal ball question. >> i can go back to just 1990
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and the last 30 years, where there has been a divisive advantage for one party in the off year elections, and that party flipped at least one chamber in the mid-term. the question is, can the democrats buck this history. the question you have is in the second headline you gave to me, haley barbour, he was a former mississippi governor, and he said good gets better and bad gets worse was his saying, and all of a sudden the democrats had a bad night and veteran democrats think, i have seen this picture before and i am not going to run for re-election, and then it's an open seat and easier for the other party, and that's the thing the democrats have to prevent in the next three months. how does what happened on tuesday not create a death spiral. >> that's a great quote that i will keep in my back pocket.
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we hope you join chuck for this week's "meet the press." i he will have national republican rick scott, and tune in to "meet the press" at 8:00 a.m., right after this newscast. now to this. a memorial for the eight people killed at friday's concert in houston. it's growing by the minute. people have been going to the nrg center with flowers, cards, balloons and candles. the victim of the stampede we told you about, range in age from just 14 to 27. 13 others are still in the hospital, including a 10-year-old in critical condition. about 50,000 fans were at the astro world festival when travis scott took to the stage and the
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crowd for some reason surged forward. many of the victims were in cardiac arrest when being squeezed so tightly. >> there was just too many people. at some point the barricades became a hindrance, and people could not get over, people were trapped. >> the tragedy is also an active criminal investigation. travis scott tweeted saying he's absolutely devastated by what happened and wants to help, of course, the victims' families. this morning a pandemic side affect that is causing mayhem across the country, not toilet paper, but another staple you may have taken for granted until now. nbc's kerry sanders explains. >> indoor cash registers are
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ringing again, but if you are paying cash you may get short changed, because there's a shortage of change. >> we have ran out of change multiple times, especially quarters. >> making change for cash purchases, not in demand as it once was. >> people are paying for cards more than they used to. >> one of the most in-demand coins, quarters because so many laundry mats require them. quarters for washing machines and dryers only, not for the car parking meters. >> we don't have enough. this sign is news. >> the u.s. mint estimates there are more than 6,638 million pen
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ies, and almost 2 billion quarters spread out across the nation, but the problem is too many coins have been tossed into jars and piggy banks and then forgotten. >> i have a whole coin jar at home. maybe one day i will cash them in. >> it had been routine for folks to exchange coins for bills as extra spending cash at least once a year. >> customers would save a coin for six months to a year and then cash it in for spending money on a trip. people have not been traveling. >> in ft. lauderdale, a 16-year-old and 12-year-old pair of sisters did what best could be remembered by your
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grandparents, rolling coins. k of circulation. >> you could be surprised how much it adds up to. >> we rolled up about $200 and took it to the bank on monday. >> that was nbc's kerry sanders for us. recreational crab season have started but there's a new state ban on crab traps to protect migrating humpback whales. local recreational crab regions was a hot spot yesterday. those that buy crab for thanksgiving dinner can expect higher prices and low availability. the favorite in california?
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mashed potatoes. alaska enjoys stuffed mushrooms. minnesota and missouri have a thing for shar cute re trays. let's turn to our girl, vianey arana, for a look at the microclimate forecast. >> yeah, it's going to be a nice day. you can head outdoors and enjoy the sunshine, because we have a storm on the way. we always enjoy the rain when it makes its way here because we need plenty of it. our temperatures could start out chilly in some spots. we have a couple low 40s. 40 degrees right now, and santa rosa, 41. we have got the 50s around the coastline. let's talk about what we have got brewing out in the pacific.
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we have the next storm system making its impact tomorrow evening. of course, we also have our mobile doppler radar up and scanning, and today is going to be a beautiful day. temperatures comfortable and partly cloudy skies. low to mid-60s. down through the south bay, take a look. 63 degrees in hayward, and then a couple 60s around the coastline. let's get to the timing of the storm because i do want to show you the hour-by-hour outlook. it's going to be a late storm on monday, so again, this moves in late monday, and so here's the timing. ukiah, santa rosa, and napa, and you will be the first to get the rain. then you can start to see some of the heavier pockets really pick up around 7:00 or 8:00, and that's when you will see the yellow and red, especially up
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through portions of the north bay. the concern will be how much rain falls and how quickly it does. even down to the south bay late monday night, we will see heavier pockets through there, and overnight into early monday morning, we keep the rain in the forecast. this could mean runoff and also storm impacts on our road. so turning windy in addition to that, keep in mind if you live in the north bay, you will seat rain first. you want to prepare for that initially. 20 or 30-mile-per-hour winds with 40 or 50 plus possible gusts heading into monday night and tuesday morning. as far as how much when it comes to the rain totals, the higher totals will be up through the north bay, and possibly two inches including areas along santa cruz and then a little less everywhere else. tahoe, a beautiful shot there of the snow. we'll be right back after this. stay with us.
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good morning, everyone. i am anthony flores. san josé without seven players and their head coach because of covid-19. the sharks hitting the ice against the devils. john maclean, acting head coach. third period, tied at one. jonathan finds the back of the net with the power play, and the devils score the equalizer and force overtime and edge the sharks in the shootout. the devils beat san josé, 3-2. the 49ers will try and make it back-to-back wins when they host arizona at levi stadium. cardinals quarterback, kyler murray is a game-time decision because of a sprained ankle. >> got a good game plan this
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week for arizona. we know it's a tough team, and they are playing good and it will be a good challenge for us. >> don't forget the 49ers pregame live that kicks off at noon, and once the game ends, it's the postgame show with reaction and analysis on nbc sports bay area. college football, san josé state on the road at nevada. game is tied at 24. over? not by a long shot. the pack answers with a field goal in the final seconds. the spartans have lost 10 straight in reno. the defending national champs, santa clara beats st. mary's 2-1.
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it's santa clara's fourth league title in program history. that's a look at morning sports. i am anthony flores for "today in the bay." i drop off and pick up my kids from school so, i can't work early. or late. and i need to make enough to make it worthwhile.
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good morning. it is sunday, november 7th. it's now 7:30 pacific standard time. we fell back an hour this morning and bid farewell to daylight saving time. the golden glow is rising over the bay area and city by the bay. what a gorgeous way to start our day. thank you for starting it with us. vianey arana joins us with a look at the microclimate. the headline is enjoy today before it gets wet. >> yeah, the wind and rain are on the way, and it's going to impact the work day on monday.
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take a look at the temperature trend. we will see a combination of sun and clouds. by 11:00, 12:00, we will be in the upper 50s. walnut creek, 42 degrees. temperature trend will be in the mid-60s. this is more monetary in what we are looking out for. we have rain, wind and more sierra snow on the way, so i will take you through the timing of that in just a few minutes. police in the east bay are searching for the people that shot on the freeway killing a baby boy. a family was just driving home when their car was hit by a stray bullet. >> chp investigators say this is the car six family members were riding in when it was hit by gunfire. the child was rushed here to the
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children's hospital in oakland. a family member did tell me the child struggled to survive but unfortunately died. they did not want to speak on camera. at the tell me the toddler, 23-month-old jasper woo was shot by a stray bullet that struck him in the head. two other adults and two other children in the car were not injured. >> i can't imagine what the family is going through right now, and what they will have to deal with in years to come in terms of ptsd. >> the family is now changed forever. we have not been able to protect our people in the city and in our state at all. >> chp investigators have not released any details on the possible land
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police told the family it could be gang related. they say there's evidence the child may have been hit by a stray bullet. new overnight, another deadly shooting in the east bay. this happened just after 9:00 in the city of oakley. police responded to find two men shot and killed in the driveway of a home on malacoat avenue. in the garage, two other people suffering from gunshot wounds. police are investigating whether one of those is responsible or if the shooter is still on the loose. now to san francisco where police are stepping up patrols in the tourist heavy haight ashberry district. you see here video from thursday when two people were shot near the corner of haight and masonic, and one of them died.
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neighbors tell nbc bay area they want something done about what they call out-of-control violence. and then a setback for the vaccine mandate for large companies with more than 100 employees. at least 27 states filed lawsuits against the new rule. the three-judge panel ruled in favor of the lawsuits saying, quote, there are constitutional issues with that vaccine mandate. it would have forced private companies to be vaccinated by january 4th or face weekly testing. companies that did not comply would have faced thousands of dollars in fines per violation. as the bay area moves forward with vaccinating young creative ways for parents to vaccinate their young kids.
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plenty of families showed up to get their families between 5 and 11 their first dose of the approved pfizer vaccine. the atmosphere was kid friendly and organizers say they are aware getting any shots comes with anxiety with many children. >> it means they are safer. we have elderly parents in our home and we want to make sure they stay safe as well. so this enables one more step so our family or other familiar members cannot get sick. >> if you can't find appointments within the county or school clinics, pharmacies are vaccinating young children. health leaders on the peninsula rolled out the red carpet quite literally to invite kids to their first covid shot. this center is superhero-themed.
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there were 300 appointments yesterday and all booked up. in the east bay, berkeley took the covid clinic to the children. malcolm x elementary is one of the first to host a vaccine clinic. it was only open yesterday. >> i am extremely relieved that the last person in our household is able to be vaccinated. we have been waiting for this day for a while, and i am really glad it's here. >> rosa parks elementary will hold one as well as sylvia mendez elementary. there's so much to keep track of now that kids are in the fold, so go to our twitter stage, and it's a great resource for the latest updates. our handle is @nbcbayarea. clear skies and the sun is shining over sfo this morning. this is where, starting tomorrow, fully vaccinated
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international travelers will be able to enter the u.s. without quarantining. the fda has confirmed that visitors who have full doses of the six approved international vaccines from the world health organization will be allowed to enter the u.s. that includes visitors that have mixed and matched doses. turning now to our series of making it in the bay. san josé is making it closer to a major housing development near diridon station and google's downtown village. it's slated for mcavoy street just off of bird avenue. you can see it on the map by 280 and 87. it will have several hundred apartments. the project also calls for the demolition of more than 64,000 square feet of existing industrial buildings in order to make room for the housing unit.
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we also have the artist rendering of what that project will look like when it's complete in three to four years. first community housing which is known for its affordable housing developments is building the apartment. it will be in the shadow of googles downtown west project. google also is planning to build more affordable housing downtown. >> overall there will be, again, 13,500 new units. in google -- in google projects alone there will be 4,000 units, and 1,000 of them will be affordable, and that's in addition to the mcavoy affordable. >> some neighbors say they are concerned the additional apartments will create new challenges. >> this is affordable housing, and senior housing, and the city eliminated so many street parking spaces and it has gotten
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really tight and frustrating for us. visitors and residents here, it's frustrating and that's going to make it worse. tomorrow marks three years since the deadliest wildfire in california state history. the camp fire started in rural butte county in 2018 and quickly burned through the surrounding area and leveled the town of paradise. 85 people died. 18,000 homes and businesses were destroyed. it's 7:39. still to come on "today in the bay," a historic moment for harvey milk and the lgbtq community. how the navy is honoring milk for his activism and heroism.
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good sunday morning. it's 7:41. i hope your day is off to a fantastic start. we are seeing beautiful conditions right now, and a live look inside san francisco. enjoy today's cloudy with a little sunshine conditions because we are going to get rain on the way. i'll get to that in a second. 44 degrees in san josé. 50 degrees in san francisco, and low 40s down through morgan hill. let's talk about what we have in coming as well as today's daytime highs. this is the next storm system brewing just off the coast and that's expected to impact us with rain and gusty winds headed into monday evening. we have our mobile doppler radar, and it's partly cloudy, a nice and cozy day. 64 degrees in palo alto. 65 in san josé. 64 in concord, and low 60s up through the north bay. if you live in the north bay,
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you will be the first to see the rain head into monday, so let's take it through the timing of this so you are not caught off guard. if you are wondering about the time stamp, this will be your best option to see where you can pinpoint your location. the red and yellow, these are the heavier pockets of rain. around dinnertime, it will come down heavy. san francisco, half moon bay as well. and the santa cruz mountains also expect to get a good amount of rain as well. this is going to continue all the way into tuesday, so some of the impacts that we might see out of this is run off the road impacts as far as the wind, and it will be getting gusty, and so prepare your backyard and get everything that could potentially fly away inside, because as the cold front pushes
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through, look at the wind gusts. 30 and 40-mile-per-hour winds expected, monday into tuesday. if you are wondering about rainfall totals, notice the santa cruz mountains to get an inch half to possibly over two inches, it will be a nice boost. also for the sierra, expect to see sierra snow if you have plans to travel. monday night into tuesday, the most dangerous day, potentially up to a foot of snow. after we get the monday and tuesday storm out of the way, we will get high pressure to roll back around and bring back the return of dry conditions as well as slightly warmer temperatures into the bay area. enjoy today's sunshine, rain and then sunshine again. >> love it. a little bit of everything. thank you so much. it's 7:44 coming up, nbc bay area political analyst larry
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gerston joins us to talk about president biden's new mandate for vaccines, and the challenges.
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the u.s. navy christened the "uss harvey milk." did you know milk was forced to resign as a navy officer because he was gay? his nephew says the ship's naming shows that the military has come a long way since then. >> what we are celebrating today is that the navy not only recognizes but honors those. there's a difference between tolerance and celebration.
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this navy ship sends an important message to the world. >> it's the second ship in the navy's new john lewis class of oilers. the ships will each be named after civil rights leaders and activists. president biden recently issued an executive order for covid vaccinations or weekly testing for companies with more than 100 employees. we just reported a few minutes ago that a u.s. federal appeals court has blocked that mandate for now. we turn to nbc bay area political analyst, larry gerston. can you outline who is suing and why? i assume i know why, but can you go over that for us, please?
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>> yeah, the president just decided on the idea a couple weeks ago and it is already to the district court and now it's in the fifth circuit court. the opposition comes largely from southern and rural republican-led states. they have two basics of opposition. number one, if you have this kind of a rule it should come from congress and not the president. and the other idea is, quite frankly, federal government should not be involved in it at all, and there were two supreme court cases filed 100 years ago that states could do this, and never any discussions about whether or not the federal government could do this. >> what is the biden administration's defense, then, for pursuing the mandate? >> a come things here, kira. number one, we have osha, and
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that was passed about 50 years ago, and the biden administration said this falls under their purview, as far as they are concerned. and the federal government has the job of protecting the general welfare, and you are trying to keep people from getting sick and perhaps dying. there you have it. you have convicting situations, both relying on court cases in the constitution. something has to give. >> i seem to be full of crystal ball questions for you and chuck todd, so how will this all get sorted out? >> the fifth district court of appeals is similar to the way u.s. supreme court thinks. this is a fast-track case. just consider how fast it has gone and how far it has gone in the past few weeks.
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i suspect the supreme court will take it up sooner rather than later, and i was the biden administration i would not be too satisfied that the court would automatically go along. we will have to see how it turns out, but somebody is going to win, and of course, somebody is going to lose. >> and soon, and the deadline is january 4th, and that's coming up quickly. up neck, the bay area moving forward with vaccinating children 5 to 11. wanting to show off the great view of tahoe. we'll go over the headlines and the rest of the week coming up. stay with us.
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welcome back. here's a quick look at the top stories we are following on this sunday morning. san francisco making it fun and festive for children getting their first dose of the pfizer covid shot in the sell seer district. by the way, if you can't get an appointment with your county run or school clinic, pharmacies are
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offering vaccines for children as well. to the south where health leaders on the peninsula rolled out the red carpet is superhero-themed. county supervisors told us there were 300 appointments for yesterday and all were booked up. the county will have two more clinics this week. there's so much to keep track of when it comes to kids now getting vaccinated. our twitter page is the greatest resource for later updates. our handle is @nbcbayarea. new overnight a. deadly shooting in the east bay in oakley. two men were shot and killed in the driveway of a home on malachi avenue. no word on the conditions of those two. police are investigating whether one of the four people is responsible for the shooting or
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if the shooter remains on the loose. a live look for you at sfo right now. starting tomorrow fully vaccinated international travelers will be allowed to enter the united states without quarantining. the fda confirmed that visitors who have had full doses of the six approved vaccines from the world health organization will be able to enter the use. international travelers will need to show a negative covid test before they fly. check this out. a french astronaut tweeted this picture of the aurora bory allious. the planet's magnetic field protects us redirecting the particles toward the north pole.
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i just saved a bunch of money and saw that right there. >> i would also love to see that. can you imagine waking up and actually looking up and seeing something like that? maybe not to that extent, but i would lover that, too, kira. today's highs will be great, comfortable and cool. today is going to be dry, but i want to give you a look ahead so you are prepared because, of course, tomorrow is monday and that's when our next storm system is expected to move in. next storm moves in late monday. if you live in the north bay, you will be the first to see the rain head into the evening between 4:00 and 5:00. the heavier pockets really begin to move in around 7:00 or 8:00, and you can see that with the red and yellow. >> vianey, thank you so much. no 5:00 or 6:00 p.m. news
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tonight, but instead it's the sunday night football, and sunday sports at 8:30 followed by a special edition of bay area news at 9:00. hope to see you back here next weekend. there's not more medicines in my pill. i talked to my doctor and switched to fewer medicines with dovato. dovato is for some adults who are starting hiv-1 treatment or replacing their current hiv-1 regimen. with just 2 medicines in 1 pill, dovato is as effective as a 3-drug regimen... to help you reach and stay undetectable. research shows people who take hiv treatment as prescribed and get to and stay undetectable can no longer transmit hiv through sex. don't take dovato if you're allergic to its ingredients or if you take dofetilide. taking dovato with dofetilide can cause serious or life-threatening side effects. hepatitis b can become harder to treat while on dovato.
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don't stop dovato without talking to your doctor, as your hepatitis b may worsen or become life-threatening. serious or life-threatening side effects can occur, including allergic reactions, lactic acid buildup, and liver problems. if you have a rash and other symptoms of an allergic reaction, stop dovato and get medical help right away. tell your doctor if you have kidney or liver problems, or if you are, may be, or plan to be pregnant. dovato may harm your unborn baby. use effective birth control while on dovato. do not breastfeed while taking dovato. most common side effects are headache, nausea, diarrhea, trouble sleeping, tiredness, and anxiety. so much goes into who i am. hiv medicine is one part of it. ask your doctor about dovato-i did. ♪♪ 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.
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