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you, head to our website and fill out a survey about how it will affect you. is what is going on around the nation playing out locally? the new measures this morning and the message from bay area health experts and what you need to know if you are planning to travel. car break-ins surging in san francisco. one neighborhood's unusual connection to the increase and how people there are trying to help. paying at the pump. there could be relief in sight for us. we are breaking down if the latest efforts to cut gas prices are working. this is "today in the bay." >> oh, let the efforts work. let them work.
cheaper gas prices. that's what we need. it's tuesday. i am marcus washington. >> i am laura garcia. a nice view of san josé out there. meteorologist, kari hall, is tracking when we could perhaps see rain this week. how is that fanning out? >> we'll talk about that in just a bit. it's foggy here in san francisco. that's what we have seen in much of the north bay, but it's not reaching towards oakland so we have a nice drive as you are heading out. a lot of clouds and temperatures that will go from the low 50s to low 60s. we will see that clearing out today, much more compared to yesterday. it will be a little cooler in some spots with mid to upper 60s for our afternoon highs. we will talk more about this, when we could see the rain and changes ahead for the weekend, coming up in a few minutes. >> thank you so much, kari. 6:01 right now. a new milestone in california. 70% are now at least partially
vaccinated according to data compiled by the "los angeles times." so far a little less than 10% of children 5 to 11 years old have received their first dose of the vaccine since the fda gave emergency use authorization. some bay area health experts are trying to down play concerns about a covid winter surge locally. no doubt it's happening in parts of the country ahead of the thanksgiving weekend. nationwide covid cases are rising in more than 20 states. more than 1,000 people are dying every day. despite the alarming trend, local health experts are con tpau confident. >> it could be the elevated baseline that we have been following. >> some of the reason for hope is linked to california's recent
booster shot rollout. ours is just one of three states along with new york city now offering boosters to all adults. the fda is still pee dee baiting authorization. president biden is visiting places where some of the money will be spent from the infrastructure bill. chris pallone is in washington. >> good morning to you. the president is heading to new hampshire today and detroit, michigan, tomorrow. he's trying to sell the biggest accomplishment of his administration so far. >> good morning to you, mr. president in beijing. >> president biden biden ending one of his most successful days with foreign affairs.
>> all countries have to play by the same rules of the road. >> it happened hours after president biden's biggest domestic accomplishment, signing into law that will spend $1.2 trillion to improve the nation's roads, bridges, railways and airports and will replace lead pipes and expend broadband in rural areas. the president hoping to harness momentum to pass another larger bill that would create new family-supporting initiatives and programs to fight climate change. >> the whole build back better is about people having more opportunities and providing universal child care, pre-k and so much more. >> republicans warning more spending now will make consumer
prices skyrocket. >> that same spending binge they think fights inflation. >> nancy pelosi said she will hold a vote on the build back better bill this week, and she said she will not allow the lawmakers to take a break for thanksgiving until a vote is taken. among the projects from that bill, $5 billion to update the power grid, and $25 billion for highways. more than $4 billion for bridge replacement and repairs. eta says it includes funding to extend bart into silicon valley, and bart will be applying for funding for track and car replacement as well.
we are keeping close tabs on a story you are probably following as well, especially if you drive for your commute. the near-record bay area gas prices. this is a look we found for gas prices in milpitas this morning. americans are spending $600 more every day than this time last year. >> and it could force the u.s. government to tap into the oil reserves, but it won't lower costs in time for the holiday season. >> almost $6 for a gallon of regular unleaded gas. i just paid over $5 a gallon the other day and that was after shopping around and awful it has to do with supply and demand, and it hurts when you couple it with rising food prices and inflation, and some lawmakers calling on president biden to tap the petroleum reserve, but
it all depends on global supply. >> it's hard to catch back up and it's going to take time. unfortunately, we may not see sizeable relief of the price of oil by 2022, and by then opec's production increases will be over a million barrels a day. >> certainly feeling that pinch. happening today, walnut creek council members will create a new buffer zone around planned parenthood offices to cut down on confrontations between clients and protesters.
other bay area cities including san francisco and oakland already allow for buffer zones. happening today, pleasanton leaders plan to discuss the role of resource police officers. the program started back in 2002, and the program has been unscrutiny since the murder of george floyd. a survey earlier this year found a majority of parents, student and staff there support the program. 6:08. new details this morning on a surge of smash and grab robberies in san francisco. people in one neighborhood are helping people retrieve their belongings. police say the richmond district is a popular dumping spot for those items that are being discarded by thieves. they say tourists are commonly the targets here.
>> these people come to our city, our neighborhoods on their vacation and this is how we treat them. this is the least we can do as neighbors. >> yesterday we were telling you about the visitors from kentucky and tennessee who thieves targeted over the weekend, and among the stolen items was an army backpack that went through two tours of iraq, and that was a special meaning to that owner, and we can say the neighbors helped to reunite that bag with the owner. the investigative unit are diving into the program. during the pandemic, car break-ins hit record lows, and tonight at 11:00, our team asking city leaders about the surge in smash and grabs and why the city has more than three times as many as los angeles. two lake tahoe ski resorts will have to delay their opening
dates. both hoped to welcome visitors back on friday but the warmer weather is causing more snow-melt, and they are hoping they will have better news, perhaps, next week. looking at san francisco live, a nice start to our tuesday morning. the chances of rain, are they dwindling now, kari? >> we will see more chances friday, and we are seeing possibly the same situation later this week, but we are seeing the sky clearing and where the sky is clear dense fog is settling in, especially in the north bay, visibility about half a mile. light patchy fog is drifting around parts of the east bay. later today we will see sunshine and cooler temperatures now that the system has passed and we will see sunshine for a lot more spots later on today. mike, you are seeing a
problem in the caldicot tunnel? >> yeah, not fog on the roadway but a ladder in the tunnel, and it's number 3, we are looking at a ladder in lanes and there could be a quick traffic break. we do have the volume building out of the contra costa county. in walnut creek, a slowdown for south 680, there could be two or at least one crash there getting to the shoulder, so slow volume builds from highway 4. anywhere south of oakland is looking great. back to you. >> hey, this is great, too. a look at times square where it's almost ready to party like it's 2019. that was the last time clouds could be there for new year's eve, and that was after the pandemic left everybody watching from home last year. if you are thinking about
partying this year in new york city, you will need proof of vaccination or a negative covid test. >> 2022, what will you bring? stay with us here on "today in the bay." well, this is an interesting story. i guess it claims we are wearing our deodorant wrong. the one reason one blogger says morning is the absolute wrong time to apply it if you are looking for all-day protection. >> i will stick around for that one. plus, if you are expecting a brand-new iphone for christmas, think again. you will have to wait, and we'll tell you about the backlog causing big delays for apple. and from quotes to quotes on stock, the dow looking like it could have a bit of a rise, plus -- >> you're a wizard, harry.
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right now at 6:15, we are seeing fog developing in parts of the east bay. walnut creek, low visibility as you are heading to work. watch out for that and allow extra time to get there as we are looking at low temperatures in the 50s. it will warm up and we will get more sunshine this afternoon. a look at all our microclimates and when we could get rain, coming up. a significant build to the volume heading across the san mateo bridge. we're talking about the timing for today and what it could mean for the rest of your week as well as we approach the thanksgiving holiday. a lot of companies are telling us about business, how it's going, companies like home depot. business is good. people for home depot, staying at home and fixing up their houses. walmart also posting better than expected. and the stock down hard on the news here, almost 18%. president biden should announce pretty soon who he wants to lead the fed for the next term. right now it's jerome powell picked by donald trump, but biden may keep him. trump turned out not to like powell very much, but biden seems to. powell's biggest competitor for the job, brainard, has the same approach that powell does. the green bay packers are offering stock for just the fourth time in history. notice our artists behind this put stock in quotes, that's because while you can own a piece of the team, it's not
stock in the way you look at stock, you don't get a dividend or vote and you can't sell it without the packer's permission and can't buy it more than you bought it for, so it's not an investment. being from chicago, it pains me to think people like the packers, but it could be a nice gift. turns out the packers used terms in different ways than we used terms and who could see that coming. >> why not just buy a bobblehead? >> or a slice of a cheese head. >> yeah, thanks guy. if you ordered an iphone apple 13 recently, expect delays. for a 13 pro or pro max, the
wait is nearly a month. the global chip shortage is to blame. trending this morning, i guess we are putting on our deodorant all along according to the blog, life hacker. if you put your deodorant on in the morning, you need to make a change. you need to put it on before you go to bed. your temperature is lower at night and it helps to absorb the ingredient in the antiperspirants -- >> well, it could get on the sheets at night. >> you sleep crazy. >> i do. and alone, too. >> okay. >> i'll move on. >> the highly successful harry
potter franchise -- can't believe it's 20 years old now. >> i was just two years old when it came out. >> me, too. >> she needs to fill out her priorities. >> actually, i was nine. >> nine, okay. on november 16th, 2001, that first film, "harry potter and the sourcer's stone" hit theaters, and the franchise will go on to earn $7 billion. just to put it in perspective, in a recent series posted side by side pictures of how he looks now and how he looks back then, and time really does fly. >> i wish we could go back to
that -- >> later. later. let's get to weather. >> she's not a harry potter fan. >> no, not at all. >> take it away. >> it was before i was born. >> ohh. >> we're seeing low visibility up higher, but we can see the clouds rolling by the south bay. we are seeing at times fog drifting around. visibility low in the north bay. we are still need to allow extra time to get to work. visibility down to half a mile or less. once that clears out, we have nice weather but it will be cooler now that we have had a system move by, and it's further to the south now and we will see clearing skies today. temperatures in the mid to upper 60s. what is ahead? we are going to see another chance of rain, but this one also another dud. we will bring in spotty light showers and then we go into the weekend with the offshore winds,
and it will be dry and whatever little rain we get will quickly dry out from the vegetation, because the models are showing we could only get 0.1 of an inch of rain in parts of the north bay, and it will be less san francisco southwards, and maybe more 0.01 of an inch. saturday and sunday we will get a lot more sunshine while san francisco also chilly, highs in the low 60s. the chance of the spotty showers between thursday night and friday morning. mike, how is it looking for the commute now? >> we're talking about one crash, kari, in particular, and this is southbound 680 monument boulevard, and it's causing slowing through walnut creek. patchy dense fog at times, and we see that on our camera and slowing at 242. southbound, one lane blocked
just before 24. we see that yellowish orange near discovery bay, so it will be tougher to see there. we are looking at a smooth flow of traffic. the second burst of traffic should be kicking in over the next 20 minutes. coming up next, "nbc bay area responds." >> she books a week in paradise but the host only let's her stay three days. i am consumer investigator, chris chmura. "nbc bay area responds," next.
good morning. teresa in hercules booked a week in oahu at an airbnb. but the host had her staying for three nights after she got there, and the host stopped communicating so she checked out and stayed somewhere else at her own expense. and airbnb gave her back $622, and she was still owed more than $1,000. she couldn't get airbnb to budge, so she asked us to step in. we did, and airbnb sent her an
additional $1,143 bucks, and that's what she was owed. airbnb said they removed the host. what are the rules for cameras and microphones at vacation rentals, and how can you find a hidden camera? we made a how-to video on our website. >> thanks, chris. the bay area city now trying to change the way authorities respond to some emergency calls. plus, heated testimony in the elizabeth holmes fraud trial. the defense attorney put one of the witnesses on the spot, and his response to the question if
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jewelry and the business picking up the pieces. the evidence that police hope will help track down thieves. the conversion of a sprawling open space. will san josé leaders approve? the critical decision on the plan some farmers call unfair. this is "today in the bay." 6:31 on your tuesday morning. thank you so much for joining us. i am laura garcia. >> i am marcus washington. we begin with breaking news for you this morning. long time bay area congressman, jackie speier will not run for re-election, and she said it was time for her to come home and be more than a weekend wife, mother and friend. she was a member of the state assembly and state senate. she also survived being shot during the jones town massacre 43 years ago this week.
>> quite the legacy she has had. police looking for answers after being told their children receiving the wrong dosage of the covid vaccine. >> cierra johnson is live to explain what parents should know. >> reporter: i can imagine the parents were initially concerned after receiving the information that their children received the wrong dosage of the covid vaccine. this morning we are hearing more about what happened. we know that 14 children who received vaccines at an antioch pop-up clinic. organizers are not saying whether the kids were given too much or too little of an element that dilutes the vaccine concentration, and they have reviewed the process to make sure it doesn't happen again.
we reached out to an infectious disease expert for insight on the impacts. >> vaccines, when they are drawn for adults or kids, et cetera, you get it in the concentrated form, like concentrated orange juice, for example, and then you dilute the concentrate and draw into the syringe. >> reporter: if it's the case where the children received more than a recommended amount of the vaccine, parents should not be overly concerned and explained during the clinical trial, some children were given more than the recommended amount and showed no ill affects. and this is the first time a vaccine being administered was not the right dose. in march, 6,000 folks at the coliseum received a little less than the recommended pfizer
vaccine, and we are not sure if here they received too little or not enough of the vaccine, so we will continue to follow that. sutter health letting us know it's 14 children that were involved in antioch. >> when it comes to something like this, they have to get it right. >> yeah, with so many kids getting vaccinated these days. it's 6:34 right now. one theory becoming more and more popular is that covid is here to stay, and herd immunity may never happen. some of it has to do with lower than expect the vaccination rates and more potent variants making covid harder to eliminate. >> the delta variant changed everything. it's so much more infectious and looks like it's a little more severe, and it slightly evaded
our vaccine. >> the key to beating covid starts with vaccinations, and wearing masks in high-risk situations. last night there was a bold smash and grab robbery. a group of ten people rushed into the store and smashed the glass case and took off with an undisclosed amount of jewelry. so far there's no word of any arrests. prosecutors in the elizabeth holmes criminal fraud trial aim to wrap up the trial this week. things got heated when the defense cross examined an early investor that lost more than 1 million, and he talked about misleading information and holmes did not return his calls. he contacted the prosecution
team outside of the courtroom, and that is forbidden. he admitted the fbi did tell him not to contact prosecutors. 6:35 and happening today. a critical vote on plans to develop a large chunk of open space in the south bay, so san josé city council members will weigh the plans whether or not to add space. >> supporters argue the commercial development could mean 5,500 new jobs, and not everybody is onboard and that seems to include the mayor, sam ricardo. >> it's a slippery slope. as soon as you allow one particular development to move forward there's no particular basis for drawing a line anywhere else, and you will see an entire valley get developed. >> city leaders will have to weigh rezoning the space to include industrial use.
the hearing takes place this afternoon, and we will continue to follow that. let's head up to san francisco. not a lot of traffic through that span. we will leave that look at the morning commute to mike, and we'll check in with him in a moment. let's check in with kari. >> in the south bay it's not fog, the fog has been really dense in parts of the north bay, in fact down to zero visibility around novato. we have seen low visibility in santa rosa, and napa, about four miles. we have seen patches of fog drifting by and it's not as thick as yesterday across the bay area. we will get more sunshine today after the fog clears out, and it will be cool with highs reaching in the mid to upper 60s. we will see a little more sunshine. mike, you are seeing more traffic this morning. >> yeah, laura is right. we had the golden gate bridge with a lighter volume of
traffic. we could see heavier of a volume than your typical tuesday, and the reason being is we are just over a week out from the thanksgiving holiday, and we will see people rushing into the office and prepping to take more days off next week. we are looking at the backup at the richmond bridge. the crash here could slow things down, and i am tracking this as well as the crash on walnut creek just pass the 42 merge with 680. san josé is slowing once again, laura, on the 101. >> thank you, mike. story of recent mix-ups are tarnishing what was once considered a incredible breakthrough, ivf. a woman claiming she gave birth to the wrong child is a story trending across the country.
a doctor implanted a stranger's embryo. >> the existing infrastructure, the manual analog infrastructure that has not seen any innovation or technology in decades, it can't cope any more and is unsustainable when it comes to storing this quantity of specimens. >> you can see more of this story on the "today" show right after "today in the bay." and next on "today in the bay," the big vote today that could green light a major overhaul and the competing proposals now on the table. sign, sealed and delivered, it's law for infrastructure and what it means for the next step. our bay area food banks are serving 80% more people than during the pandemic, so they
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sweeping across the bay area. now all the clouds are to the south but now the fog is settling in. we will see changes in our weather today and the next few days with another chance of rain down the line. we'll talk more about that coming up in a couple minutes. oakland -- well, the nimitz picking up the volume here and not really slowing here in this shot. in hayward, there's a crash clearing. there's a couple other incidents in the east bay and walnut creek coming up. >> we'll check back with you. in wisconsin, attorneys on both sides of the homicide trial for rittenhouse delivered closing arguments yesterday and the jury received the case this morning. jurors have to decide if rittenhouse acted in self defense killing two people in august of last year. one major piece of legislation done, one more to
go. >> scott mcgrew, biden signed the infrastructure bill and now he has to convince congress to move on the build back better. >> yeah, a majority of americans support that plan, and he's having a problem in congress getting it done. after months and months of effort the president signed the infrastructure bill, not as much money as he hoped, half as much, but it's a bill that has been turned into law and bridges will be fixed because of it. our biggest expenditure on clean water and access to the internet. this is what it looks like when two parties come together and govern and work out their differences and end up with something good for america, and that's progress. there were republicans in this, showing rob portman, he's up
here in the corner. it's okay to show up to the white house to support a bill you voted for regardless of who is president, but some don't see it that way. portman got death threats on a bill to fix highways. here's the president. >> despite the cynics, democrats and republicans can come together and deliver results. we can do this. we can deliver real results for real people. we see in ways that really matter each and every day to each person out there. we're taking a monumental step forward to build back better as a nation. >> partisanship, not bipartisanship seems to be carrying the day. liz cheney is a traditional republican. her dad was the republican vice president of the united states, and she has over the years given
democrats fits on how conservative she is, but to her party she's not a republican. the next task for biden is to convince his own party to pass build back better, and that got more complicated. democrats pay for it by collecting money people owe in taxes, but the congressional budget office will look at this as it scores the bill on this friday and tells us whether the math adds up, and the early indication is that it doesn't. that could give moderates cover to vote against this. jackie speier is going to require from congress, and still has a year to go. we will talk about that on twitter where you will find me @scottmcgrew. happening today, oakland leaders weigh two possible development deals for the site of the coliseum and arena.
both plans involve memorandums of understanding. council members have potential deals in play with developers, and developers will have to work this out with the oakland a's that actually purchased alameda county's share of that land in 2019. and bay area food banks are working hard to make sure everybody can have thanks around the traditional meal. >> that's right. everybody deserves it. we are kicking off a food drive at local safeway stores. kris sanchez is live the show how far the food bank can stretch every dollar it receives, and the need is even greater this year, kris. >> reporter: yeah, they had to add more warehouse space because the need is so great.
food banks around the bay area are serving 80% more people than before the pandemic. more people are experiencing food insecurity, and that's before the pandemic? >> yeah, we have seen the need go so high. when shelter in place happened, we served double from before the pandemic, and now we are serving 80% more than before the pandemic. that shows that people are struggling and need our help. >> donations, it's harder to process what people drop off. >> yeah, we are pushing about 12 million pounds of food out every month, and all this produce behind us, we get that for free and we can turn a dollar into two meals. >> let's talk about what you all
helped us do through our nourishing neighbors drive last year. you donated $3 million, and that equalled out to 6 million meals because they can take your one dollar and turn it into two meals, and that's 12 million pounds per month and a lot of the donations that roll into the giving season stretch into the rest of the year, and a lot of the clients are seniors and children who are perhaps not able to eat at school. we know the need is great and we know your peppermint mocha costs about $5, so for two peppermint mochas you can serve 20 meals around the bay area. >> that's good perspective. yesterday i was driving and there was a homeless woman holding a sign, and she called out, hi, laura garcia, and i was struck because it shows you
don't know who the face of the homeless are anymore. she at one point had a home, and she was able to watch "today in the bay" and now she's on the streets. so that gives us a perspective of who we are helping as our neighbors here. >> yeah, it says two things, one you are a kind person, and two, peoples' circumstances changed fast during the pandemic. they tell us here at silicon valley second harvest, they are seeing families and people who are working and still struggling to make ends meet. >> i have to say that moment stuck with me. well, you know, it just stuck with me. >> well, you are both lucky you crossed paths. >> true. >> we are. thank you so much. it's in giving that we receive. >> yeah, and that reminds something -- i will get to this in a minute, but first you told me, mom, that is somebody's child. >> yeah, when i pass a homeless
person, i think, that was somebody's baby, and somebody held that person. let's think about our neighbor in this nourishing neighbor's food drive. >> yeah, we will kick it off at safeway there in santa clara, and we will be there with our bay area and telemundo colleagues. if you can, stop by and say hi and make sure you donate. >> love to see you out there. saturday, we will be up early and the weather will cooperate? >> we will make it collect. it's going to be a great weekend. we are dealing with fog in the north bay, take a look at the dense fog at times dropping visibility to zero or quarter of a mile. we have seen lighter fog elsewhere across the bay area. you hear us talking about the tule fog that develops this time of year, and it happens after the big rainfall that we have, all the water soaks in the ground and we have high humidity
and usually a clear sky overhead, and with that visibility can drop very low. the tule fog can come into the south county as well as in the tri-valley, and we see it coming through the delta as well as into the north bay. that's what we have seen the past few mornings, and the reason why we have had the dense fog throughout the morning. it will clear out for a hike in the east bay, but a chilly afternoon only reaching into the low 60s with sun and clouds. south bay will reach in the mid and upper 60s today. 67 in walnut creek, and 64 in san mateo. in san francisco, 62 in the mission district, and santa rosa, a high of 68 degrees. what is ahead? it's really kind of dry out there even though we see a weather system coming in, a chance of rain between thursday night and friday, not a big storm. we go into very dry weather for the weekend. as far as rainfall totals, looks like it could be 0.1 of an inch
of rain or less. look at the cool temperatures, highs in the upper 60s inland. a lot of sunshine. we are going to watch out for a chance of slight showers on friday morning. >> getting over toward the treasure island area toward the tunnel, there could be a disabled vehicle. we don't see a lot of slowing on the map or live camera, but the metering lights could have slowed. that's just a note. it's slowing down towards barrett because of a crash. it smooths out better once you get into berkeley. the rest of the bay shows a nice drive, and we have the sunol and fremont area, a crash on 680
that could slow you down just pass 84. happening now, uc schools preparing for disruptions. the group is working without a contract and accuses uc of acting in bad faith. next, a quick look at the top stories including breaking news. the reason one bay area and one of the longest serving lawmakers says she's stepping down. first, right now, i am also looking at "today in the bay," go to facebook and log on and see what is happening behind the scenes as we continue to be here
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not running for re-election next year. she posted this video announcement on twitter and in the video she said it's time for her to come home and be more than a weekend friend. before joining congress in 2008 she was a member of the state assembly and state senate. she also survived being shot during the jones town massacre 43 years ago this week. we will follow this and bring you more in our midday newscast at 11:00. more than a dozen children are looking for answers according to sutter health. those children received the wrong dosage of the vaccine. so far 14 parents have been impacted by this and all received the vaccine by the sutter pop-up clinic. they are not saying if they were given too little or too much of the dosage. the clinic is reviewing that
process for us. prosecutors in the elizabeth holmes criminal fraud trial aim to wrap up their case this week. things got heated on the witness stand yesterday when the defense cross examined an early more th million. the defense got him to admit he recently contacted the prosecution team outside of the courthouse, which is forbidden. then there are plans to develop a large chunk of open space for warehouse space in the coyote valley in south san josé along santa teresa boulevard near bailey. look, the sun is coming up over the bay area. kari has a look at the forecast for this tuesday. >> yeah, fog and temperatures heading for the upper 60s. watching for a chance of rain on thursday night into friday morning. >> sounds good. thanks, kari. that's what is happening on "today in the bay," and we will be back at 7:25 with a live
local news date and every half hour after that as well. and "today" show coming up, and looking at the floats you could expect to see at the macy's thanksgiving day parade next week. the "today" show is coming up, next. good morning. breaking news, state of emergency. heavy rain, high winds tearing across the northwest triggering major flooding, damage and power outages. rescues under way with people trapped in homes and cars. the threat expected to last for days as the storm moves east. we're live with the very latest in al's forecast. hanging in the balance, jury deliberations set to begin at the double homicide trial of kyle rittenhouse this morning after both sides made their closing arguments. >> you cannot claim self-defense