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after apartment fire. more dense fog and rain. next. romile's per-mile pricing... your rate is based on how much you actually drive. isn't that delightfully different? get your free quote at metromile.com. right now at 11:00, hoping to strike a deal with kaiser and pharmacists. what it means if they can't. standing against hate, bay area community calling for stop to hate and racial bias as one south bay town prepares to take action. lowering visibility, thick
fog across the bay area. news starts now. thanks for joining us, terry mcsweeney. >> i'm audrey asistio. kaiser and the union representing the pharmacist, president saying both are sitting down tomorrow. planning on a strike that would shut down outpatient pharmacies. kaiser is urging people to get prescriptions filled before then. did avert a massive strike that was set to start on monday as well. tracking ongoing negotiations here in northern california, you can find latest on the website, nbcbayarea.com, kaiser pharmacists may strike on the
trending bar or search in the mobile app. new at 11:00, south bay town taking a stand against hate. tomorrow will march in solidarity after a series of racist, homophobic and anti-semitic incidents. sergio quintana. >> you are not god. >> reporter: october 5th town council meeting is not first incident in a tense year in los gatos but a flash point. resident burke and others made several comments about mayor's 16-year-old son. >> show me -- >> is this appropriate? >> reporter: prompted the mayer to close the chambers after her husband was angry at burke and others of the group. now meetings are held on zoom. >> shocking moment, anyone who
has seen it with children felt it. inner mom came out, it's not okay to go after somebody's kid. >> rubio and fisher are two organizers of the march and rally in los gatos. disruptive town council meetings not only concern, some pictured the mayor's house criticizing what they say are pro lgbtq policies. >> they're antifamily. >> reporter: they've also been targeted. >> proliferation of swastikas on our building. >> reporter: hope is bring together diverse parts of the town sunday afternoon to show support for each other. >> people for a long time thought if we didn't address it, would go away, don't add oxygen
to the fire. but it is important to stand up. >> reporter: nbc bay area news. this week dozens of communities across the bay area and california are making a pledge to stand against hate. united against hate week. cities encouraging people to put up posters like this, stop the hate and violence and try to make the community safer. daly city is participating and mayor put out a message. >> hate has no place in our world, and it is so important to speak out, make your voice heard. we stand united against hate. >> more than 200 communities, including all of los angeles county set to participate. push to vaccination younger californians continues. ymca in chinatown, reach
underserved area is the goal but all kids ready to get a dose. many parents see vaccinations as something to celebrate. >> want him to be safe and hopefully be able to remove his mask sometime soon. really looking forward to that. >> organizers had 200 shots to give out. not what we want to see heading into the winter, nationwide covid cases climbing again. 47 million cases in u.s. since it began, 1 million in last two weeks alone. seven-day average of new cases nationwide, slowly climbing past few weeks. october 24th, 63,000 cases. recently, november 12th, more than 78,000 new cases a day. here in california things are better but not great. this graph shows positivity rate. percentage of people testing
positive is the positivity rate, october 14th, the lowest since the peak this summer. about 2%. past month alone creeping up to 2.3% today. four bay area counties are offering booster shot tosses any vaccinated adult. see them here on the map, sonoma, san mateo, san francisco, santa clara counties, no one will be turned away. if you have questions, nbcbayarea.com/coronavirus, for answers about booster shots, children and vaccines, where you need to wear a mask. breaking news last night, early morning end to amber alert out of sacramento. police were searching for joshua yago. police say that's him, rushing
up to mother pulling child out of her arms, got in car and drove off. mom and other man were shot while he escaped, both survived. hayward police arrested him in traffic stop, the boy was found safe, neighbors who witnessed it were shocked. >> get the child abducted and amber alert, as mother i understand where the mom was coming from. extremely scary. >> believed he knows the shooting victims but not clear how. one person in the hospital, another six displaced after apartment fire in san jose. happened at intersection of cherry avenue and branham lane. flames started in back unit of the complex. person rushed to hospital was found in that unit. no one else hurt but other tenants have to stay elsewhere. following story in benicia,
a death at valero refinery. they're cooperating with agencies. fremont police officer involved in serious crash on niles canyon road east of fremont, entire road shut down mission boulevard to paloma way. answering call about report of a prowler. both expected to be okay. dozens of people demonstrated outside of healdsburg winery to boost protections and wages for workers who worked in the wildfires, they want this and information in languages they speak. north bay jobs with justice and farm workers.
statement from the winery reads quote we've established a long history of competitive pay and benefits, safe and sanitary workplace and culture where team members feel valued and respected. >> look outside. >> that's eerie. >> right? once again the fog rolling in. thick fog last night into this morning, and it is back. meteorologist rob mayeda, some of the fog is pretty thick. nice to look at but not fun to drive in. >> once visibility drops less than quarter mile, which we're seeing near walnut creek and concord, that's a big concern. view has changed a lot. time lapse on visibility starting to drop inland east bay. down to quarter mile near concord and walnut creek and reduced near santa rosa.
almost zero out towards tracy and central valley. dense fog advisory, that might be expanded to parts of the central bay for the morning. once the skies clear, another warm sunday. highs climbing into mid-70s some areas, also some rain chances middle part of the week. close look at timing on that and how much we're expecting in forecast coming up. trying to avoid turbulence, back in 60 seconds with what one airline is doing to keep things running smooth this holiday travel season. former homeless camp turned into a group of tennis courts. one east bay city found a solution that made everyone happy.
new at 11:00, southwest airlines is rolling out new incentives for staff, hoping to avoid more mass cancellations. according to internal memo. last month canceled more than 2,000 flights, blaming weather and staffing. cost them estimated $75 million and led to lot of upset passengers. new incentives are based on rapid reward points which employees can exchange for cash. staffing shortages have led to disruptions at southwest, american spirit and others past year. two people escaped from fire that destroyed a 50-foot yacht in petaluma before 4:00 this morning. firefighters put it out before it reached the docks. no word what started it but
estimated half million dollars in damage. tennis court open after it became encampment for the homeless. plenty came out ready to play. city council president led the opening which also focused on people who once lived at that spot. >> able again to have a win/win with the community, transition formerly unsheltered neighbors into adequate housing. with the pandemic, outdoor space is incredibly important. >> difference here was everybody here got adequate housing. >> reopening comes after a violent week in oakland, everybody happy to highlight something positive. >> lot of smiles there. not as many here. global leaders have struck a deal at the cop26 climate summit but some are disappointed
because of last-minute change they say watered down crucial language about coal. india requested to phase down instead of phase out coal, one of the biggest contributors to greenhouse gas emissions. we gave you our meteorologist to see what you can do. head to nbcbayarea.com/climatehacks. someone became a lot richer in the south bay. played the mega millions lottery, matched 5 of 6, ain't bad. didn't win the jackpot but more than $400,000. winning ticket sold at clyde's liquors in mountain view. expect next one to have jackpot
of $63 million. can't have that. >> i didn't win. >> i was expecting excitement on the set, saying hey, remember us. >> we're your best friends when you do win. >> fingers crossed. right now, beautiful conditions outside, not winning the lottery but pretty views around the bay. fog for free. that's coming in around parts of the east bay right now. san francisco, little bit of fog around the golden gate bridge, below the bridge deck, 57 degrees and light winds. similar in san jose. patches of low clouds east of downtown san jose, cool 52 in dublin. likely see little bit of fog in tri-valley in the morning and certainly arrived in walnut creek and concord. notice the change, this is imported fog from the central
valley. visibility dropping off in concord and the north bay, dense fog advisory for morning. but south bay for the morning could see some fog set up. not out of the question that dense fog advisories may be expanded early morning through midmorning, then clouds break up around the central bay with warm temperatures in the afternoon. despite starting off foggy with 40s and 50s, highs will again climb to mid-70s. san jose, 76, looking warm. low 70s around the tri-valley and maybe cooler, upper 60s around solano county. easily the warmest days is tomo. monday, highs cooling, upper 60s to low 70s. "monday night football" out of levi's stadium is cool 60 with
overcast skies, transitioning cooler tuesday as clouds thicken up. not best rain chances, storms falling apart as they approach. maybe a few north bay showers tuesday. best chance will be thursday. but this system, too, may bring breezes, winds 20 to 25 miles per hour. in terms of real rainfall, weather models are pulling back on that. quarter inch or less, mostly peninsula up to the north bay, best chance for rain this week. warm finish to the weekend with fog to start the morning, then more clouds, cooling and one rain chance, mainly in the north bay as we head towards thursday and friday we'll see if it develops into something more significant. right now, light rain chances second half of the week and clearing again for the weekend. back to you.
>> love to see the raindrops falling, were so hard to find. >> i know. take what we can get. anthony flores, before the game it was really good news for the sharks, looking up. >> still good news. >> okay. >> but they didn't win. that's right, building up to positive. full roster first time in two weeks because of covid-19. impact long layoff had on the sharks in colorado. it's hard to play in high altitude. sports is next.
logan couture gives san jose 1-0 lead less than four minutes in, after that, all colorado. avs scored all three periods, beat the sharks 6-2. san jose back on the ice tuesday at minnesota. 49ers primetime, hosting the rams on "monday night football," 3-5 on the season after a loss to arizona. rams 7-2. faithful, looking for hope going into the game, niners own the rams, beaten them last four times they played. >> like to win head-to-head battles but take a better record, so year-to-year, they had better record than us last year, we beat them twice. but always take the record over that. had good week energy-wise, guys are pumped for monday. >> what's going to happen? talk about it tomorrow. got an extra day. >> another time. >> check out nbc sports bay area
for "49ers pregame live" at 4:00 and after the game for analysis. lawrence fan, director of communications working the 500th football game. spartans taking on utah state, picks it off, back to the house, 58 yards for the score. spartans had 14-0 lead, after that, aggies would outscore them 48-3 and right now lead 48-17 late in the fourth quarter. opening round of the ncaa women's soccer tournament, santa clara hosting stanford, cardinal beat the broncos earlier this season but not today, banked off the defender, into the net, first goal of the season, and this save in the 73rd minute,
huge save, and the defending national champs beat stanford 1-0. next up the nation's capital to take on georgetown friday. that's sports. more news after the break. and there you have it- woah. wireless on the most reliable network nationwide. wow. -big deal! ...we get unlimited for just 30 bucks. sweet, i get that too and mine has 5g included. that's cool, but ours save us serious clam-aroonies. relax people, my wireless is crushing it. that's because you all have xfinity mobile with your internet. it's wireless so good, it keeps one upping itself.
alright, here we go, miller in motion. wha — wait, wait, is that a... baby on the field?? it looks like it, craig. and the defensive linemen are playing peek-a-boo. i've never seen anything like that before. harris now appears to be burping the baby. that's a great moment right there. the ref going to the rule book here. what, wait a minute! harris is off to the races! we don't need any more trick plays. touchdown!! but we could all use more ways to save. are you kidding me?? it's going to be a long bus ride home for the defense. switch to geico for more ways to save. let's look at this, wild. >> wow. >> yeah. rockefeller center christmas tree arriving. new video of the tree arriving there. came from maryland, hundreds gathering to watch the crews
unload it from a flatbed truck and lift into place. >> huge. >> say it's missing something. yes it is, will be decorated with more than 50,000 l.e.d. lights and topped with 900-pound star. >> whoa! >> 70 or 700 spikes in the tree -- 70 spikes with 3 million crystals. tree lighting is december 1st, always spectacular. >> always looks beautiful when done. lace up your skates, san mateo on ice returned today, central park an el camino near downtown san mateo. cameras were there as they hit the ice. wasn't open last year because of the pandemic, organizers are happy to be back this year with precautions like hand sanitizing stations. masks not required but