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i am totally blind. and non-24 can make me show up too early... or too late. or make me feel like i'm not really "there." talk to your doctor, and call 844-234-2424. breaking now, a teenage girl taken in the north bay, an amber alert issued overnight. they said there's too much demand right now. they're only taking appointments. >> hunting for boosters. and campuses closing. the crucial late night vote that is affecting thousands of students in the east bay. this is thursday morning. thank you so much for starting your day with us.
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i'm laura garcia. >> i'm marcus washington. we go to kari hall tracking a chance for rain. we're waking up to a mostly clear sky and not as much fog. we will see the cloud cover increasing as we go today. tomorrow that chance of showers comes in between late tonight and early in the morning. the weekend is looking sunny and breezy. once again the storm system is going to be approached today. we can already see clouds reaching closer to the bay area. this system is overall not a strong one but will bring in about a tenth of an inch of rain. we will have that partial lunar eclipse moving in tonight. so it may block the view of being able to see that.
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>> we do see cones here on the golden gate bridge and that caution sign on the span itself. no fog advisories. pretty quiet this morning compared to the last few days. breaking news happening while you were sleeping. the apparent abduction of a girl in the north bay is triggering an amber alert. this is outside the bay area. santa rosa police are looking for 15-year-old georgianna. they believe she was taken from a gas station in guerneville.
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they are looking for this man, 5'7", last seen wearing long sleeve orange shirt and black pants. he's believed to be driving a green 2007 chrysler town and country with temporary plates. they are believed to be heading toward southern california. an amber alert has been issued. we'll have a live report in about an hour. today california's website allowing nearly everyone to book their booster shots. this as house leaders are calling for everyone to get boosted before thanksgiving. more on the problem some people are having booking appointments. >> reporter: here at cvs in san francisco people hoping to get a booster shot were turned away to make an appointment. we checked on appointments and most are booked through the end
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of the month. >> i'm going home for thanksgiving on saturday night so i was hoping to get it before then. >> primarily because it's holidays, seeing lots of family that are older. >> reporter: part of preparing for the thanksgiving holiday involves getting a booster shot. with cases rising in some parts of california, public health officials are recommending it. >> as people gather in the busy holiday season, contact rates will increase. therefore, there are more opportunities. as a result we could see a significant increase in hospitalizations. >> a recommendation that is fuelling demand. cameron bush tried to walk in and get a shot at cvs. >> they said there's too much demand right now. they're only taking appointments. >> we found they are booked to the end of the month.
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the state says earlier in the week they won't have the shot for the holiday. health officials suggest calling your health care provider or finding a walk-in clinic. >> if you're still confused, our team has broken it all down for you on nbcbayarea.com. hundreds of east bay parents are facing the heartbreaking prospect of telling their children they will have to change schools and teachers. the hayward system facing a nightmare financial crisis that may be closing schools. >> reporter: when you talk about closing schools, parents tend to not like it. >> we'd like to have a pause
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button. >> this leading up to the school district board meeting. show not shutting as many schools as originally proposed, the old one sends students to 18 different schools. meaning less travel. parents who called into the inadvertently meeting were vehemently opposed to the closing. >> it seemed like there was no community out reach. we planned to put on hold any discussions of closure. >> you're trying to sell us a meal of a shoe and saying just do it. >> reporter: the millions they've already cut from the budget are not enough with $900 million more dollars needed for
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budget repair. >> they won't address the shortfalls but they will help. >> the decision to let the music play hitting a sour note with neighbors surrounding levi stadium. this week santa clara council members narrowly voted to lift the curfew for special occasions. the deadline will be 11:00 p.m. provided the city manager approved. for people who live nearby, it's more about counting sheep. >> i have a younger sister who is in school in the daytime and i myself work really early so i try to go to bed early. it's kind of hard when you have noise from the stadium.
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>> the city manager can only approve the clause five times a year. the hope is it will keep big acts from pulling out of concerts, which has happened in the past. taking a live look out at the bay brim. beautiful start. kari hall tracking what we can expect today. how is it shaping up for us? >> we're seeing a lot less fog compared to the last couple of days although it is still cloudy in walnut creek. the visibility is clear and it's still a chilly morning as you're heading out. we'll see temperatures staying on the cool side for today. you want to make sure you have the jacket and you're not seeing sunshine. you'll notice it will be cooler today thanks to much less sunshine for this afternoon. we're going to see clouds come
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in advance of some rain coming in late tonight. clear visibility for morning commuters right now. >> you see green sensors, great light start right now incluing out of the atmont pass. we're talking about lighter traffic expected over the next week at a half as we're headed toward thanksgiving holiday week. we still have some active lanes being worked on on the golden gate bridge. watch that. back to you.
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take a live look at the bay bridge. things moving along smoothly. your doctor gives you a prescription. let's get you on some antibiotics right away.
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chilly temperatures but not a whole lot of fog. we see temperatures going from 48 degrees to the upper 50s by late morning. it's not really going to be a warm day and we're getting ready for a little bit of rain. we'll talk about that in the forecast coming up. >> 80 through oakland. just as smooth. no problem,no delays. good morning. wall street set to open higher after the market pulled back yesterday. the dow dropping more than 200 points, dragged down by visa after amazon said it would no longer accept visa in the u.k. still the dow, nasdaq and s&p
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500 are not far off all-time highs. earnings from macy's and kohl's. disney cruise lines say all passengers 5 and up will need to be vaccinated against covid-19. guests who aren't vaccine eligible due to age must show proof of a negative test between three days and 24 hours of their sailing date. apple has long-- will offer to sell parts and tools. you'll be able to replace the screen, battery and camera with other options coming later. the federal trade commission have been looking at rule changes to make it easier for americans to fix their broken
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devices. >> that's great. mine's cracked. >> you have the screen protector too. >> bring on the projects. coing up here on today in the bay. we're going to tell you about yosemite. >> showers moving in later on tonight. if you are going out to enjoy time outside, mostly cloudy skies. only in the mid 60s for today. we'll talk about when we will see the rain. >> here across the san mateo bridge, no delays. getting down to fremont. we may have a crash there. we'll check on what's going on just south of the san mateo bridge coming up.
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40s as you're heading out the door. it's a day for a heavier jacket. we are going to see clouds increasing. this is what we've been talking about all week. it's our one last shot of rain before we head into a drive weekend. just some spotty showers. it's encountering some really dry air. we're looking at spotty showers first moving into the north bay. before midnight we see showers
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in the north bay,mostly cloudy skies elsewhere. not all of us are going to see rain and it's going to be moving through fairly quickly. the rest of the forecast once again is pretty dry. this is what the models have consistently shown, about a tenth of an inch or rain or less with a few hundredths of an inch in some spots. of course this storm system comes in at the same time we are getting ready for our lunar eclipse that would be visible if we didn't have to deal with those clouds. it begins at about 11:00 p.m. and then the maximum part of the eclipse happens shortly after 1:00 in the morning.
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hopefully we'll have some video maybe from the east coast where it will be clear. this weekend slightly cooler but no chances of rain in the forecast for at least the next several days, probably through thanksgiving. like now, you have a clear view of the bay bridge. >> i wish we had a clear view of that eclipse. we're rowing across the bay bridge. a clear view of clear skies and a clear drive. today we don't have any fog advisories from chp. you might get some fog watching highway 4. smooth flow of traffic all the way down to the south bay. we have a crash 880 at stephenson and fremont. no injuries, no lanes blocked.
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we'll update you once crews arrive. random attack on the streets of san francisco is under investigation. a man arrested last night after attacking an elderly man in the sunset district at 9th and irving. witnesses say the man is in custody and seemed to be having a mental episode as he tried to leave after the assault, two witnesses tackled him and held him until police officers arrived. the victim was taken to the hospital with a head injury. sfpd says his wound is non-life-threatening. it looks like california may see another revenue wind fall next year which may ultimately benefit taxpayers. a $31 billion budget surplus for the next fiscal year could create a good problem because it exceeds constitutional limits. remedies may involve more spending on infrastructure or
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schools or even giving something back to taxpayers. some popular spots in yosemite are getting makeovers. it will be years before visitors can enjoy those changes. the 140 acre campground will undergo extensive work. it was built in the early 1930s. it sees more than 140,000 visitors a year. it will be closed until 2024-2025 depending on weather. two other campgrounds will be closed until 2023. we're going to tell you about the journey of recovery from a famous bay area falcon. pg&e and mce customers will see rate increases in march of
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2022. higher charges are anticipated between the high demand hours of 4:00 and 9:00 p.m. both utilities are expected to make the announcement this week. i am totally blind. and non-24 can throw my days and nights out of sync, keeping me from the things i love to do. talk to your doctor, and call 844-214-2424.
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i am totally blind. and non-24 can make me show up too early... or too late. or make me feel like i'm not really "there." talk to your doctor, and call 844-234-2424. the u.s. olympic committee says athletes are no longer required to under go, quote, medically unnecessary hormone replacements to compete. this comes three months after the tokyo olympics where we saw the first transgender and
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intersection athletes compete in the history of the olympics. the winter olympics are next february in beijing. you can watch them right here on nbc bay area. a famous falcon back in the wild. one of the falcons who nests in the uc berkeley tower was found injured. experts think he got into a fight with another falcon. he is now flying free again. it's 4:57. don't go anywhere. we are following breaking news.
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temperatures in the mid 40s. it will be a cool day with a lot of clouds. >> not a lot of fog, so it doesn't show up in the camera shot. what does show up is a good amount of traffic flow. it's moving smoothly.
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your doctor gives you a prescription. let's get you on some antibiotics right away. you could have it brought right to your door, with 1-to-2 day delivery from your local cvs. or same day if you need it sooner. but at a time like this, aren't you glad you can also just swing by to pick it up? and get your questions answered. because peace of mind is something you just can't get in a cardboard box. that's healthier made easier. at cvs.
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an amber alert issued for a girl police say was taken from a gas station. we are following the developments. kaiser workers walking off the job for 24 hours. ahead, the potential impact on health care services across the bay area. plus -- >> it's going to be very important for people when they have boosters available to get the booster shot. >> a major move in the covid booster rollout expected today as cases surge nationally. the crucial warning from health experts heading into the holidays. this is today in the bay. good morning to you. i'm marcus washington. >> i'm laura garcia. first, we're tracking this chance of rain tonight. a live look outside in the east bay, walnut creek this morning. kari hall joins

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