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school from a merit based admissions system to a lottery. the district has never commented on the suit. breaking right now, an abduction in the north bay. an amber alert is being issued for a girl police say was taken from a north bay gas station. and showing solidarity. kaiser workers walking off the job for 24 hours. ahead in a live report, 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. this is "today in the bay." ♪♪
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good morning to you on this thursday. i'm marcus washington. >> and i'm laura garcia. we'll get to the breaking news in a moment. first, a little chance of rain for tonight. taking a live look outside in the east bay. >> rain arrives later on tonight and into the start of the day tomorrow. we can see foggy conditions starting to develop in san francisco as well as the east bay. the clouds are moving ahead of that. not a lot of snipe today. tomorrow the chance of showers continues during the day. this weak storm system is well to the north of us. we're looking at very light amounts of rain in the forecast as this moves in. the spotty rain first starts in the north bay. we'll talk about the timeline
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coming up in a few minutes. you can download our nbc bay area app. this is to get your personalized micro climate forecast. our app will alert you before rain heads your way. get it for your iphone and android smart phone. the apparent abduction of a girl in the north bay is triggering an amber alert outside of the bay area. take a look at this photo. santa rosa police are looking for 15-year-old georgianna. they believe she was taken from a gas station on guerneville road in santa rosa yesterday afternoon. the man they're looking for is this 20-year-old. he's 5'7" and was last seen wearing a long sleeve orange shirt and black pants. he's believed to be driving a car similar to this one, a green 2007 chrysler town and country with texas temporary plates.
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police believe they may be headed to southern california. they issued an amber alert for l.a., san diego, orange and riverside counties. cierra johnson will have a live report. thousands of kaiser health care workers will walk off the job for a one-day sympathy strike. bob redell joining us live from outside a kaiser facility in redwood city. what kind of impact could this have on patients? >> reporter: kaiser says their emergency rooms could have longer wait times. optical services are shut down today. lab and radiology departments could be closed or under reduced hours. outpatient pharmacies could be closed today and tomorrow. and some elective surgeries and non-urgent appointments could be cancelled. this, again, because of a one-day sympathy strike taking
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place at 7:00 at this kaiser hoe case behind me in redwood city and 20 other kaiser lo the bay area and central valley. it's to show sympathy with kaiser engineers who have been on strike over pay and alleged unfair labor practices. the strike comes despite the fact that kaiser recently came to tentative agreements with health care workers and pharmacists who also threatened a strike. with regards to the engineers, the union for health care workers striking this morning says kaiser can afford to pay more given the billions in profits and dozens of executives with million dollar salaries. kaiser says the engineers are asking for increases that are, quote, unreasonable. they say we are offering local
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39 wages similar to our other employees and that on top of their generous medical and retirement benefits will keep our engineers among the best compensated in their profession at an average of $180,000 in total wages and benefits. kaiser says it understands union solidarity but says this one-day sympathy strike is not lawful. 6:05 right now. osha is suspending its proposal for all large employers to require covid vaccinations or weekly testing. the decision comes after a new orleans appeal court concluded the mandate is fatally flawed. it could have covered 85 million workers but the ruling does not prevent private employers from implementing their own vaccine requirements. the fda could approve booster shots for millions of miles per hours as soon as today. chris pollone is tracking it
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all. >> good morning. pfizer's covid vaccine booster is reportedly set to be approved for all adults nationwide. now moderna is asking for that same approval. a decision from the fda could come today giving the green light to pfizer's covid booster shot for all people over 18 who got their second dose more than six months ago. moderna has also formally asked government regulators for the same approval for its booster. once cleared it would make tens of millions of americans eligible to get another shot for protection. covid cases have dropped from the peak of the delta variant surge but about half the country has seen an uptick. covid deaths are averaging a
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thousand a day. >> when we compare rates between those vaccinated with two doses and those who have received a booster dose, the rate of disease is markedly lower for those who received their booster shot, demonstrating our boosters are working. >> not waiting for the government to act, some states and new york city have already authorized booster shots for all adults as cases have started to rise again. health officials say vaccines will make the difference for millions. >> you could enjoy the winter and enjoy being at home for the holidays indoors without worrying about masks. >> the latest step to control a pandemic that continues to affect so many. the cdc has a meeting scheduled for tomorrow to talk about boosters setting up the possibility that the pfizer booster could be approved for all adults nationwide this
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weekend. of those states and cities that have gone ahead of the federal government on this, california is one of them. people in san leandro shocked to learn about a human trafficking investigation centered in their neighborhood. police say a 17-year-old girl was kidnapped from her home in honduras and held in a shed in san leandro. they say she was sexual assaulted multiple times and forced into prostitution. according to court documents the suspect juan aguilar threatened to kill her grandmother if she reported the kidnapping. neighbors were stunned. >> i haven't had time to really process the information, but it's crazy. that's disturbing, very disturbing. >> investigators saying a lar's wife groomed the 17-year-old to
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be a prostitute in san francisco and when that victim confided with aguilar's niece, they reported it to police. new research highlights the risk of wildfires are forecast to rise as the summer weather gets hotter. here's a look at the numbers published in the journal of science advances. the jump in wildfire risk is somewhere around 20% for each degree of temperature increase. similarly the number of wildfires in the sierra could rise up to 83% by the 2040s. the total area burned could nearly double. taking a life look outside overlooking fremont. we'll check the morning commute in just a bit. let's check the forecast now with kari. a chance of a storm coming our way. >> yeah. it's going to be a weak storm
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coming in, spotty showers by later on tonight. we're waking up to some low clouds and patches of fog in some spots but not widespread fog like we saw earlier this week. this morning in san jose it's going to be a beautiful sunrise. hopefully you had a chance to check out yesterday's sunset. we're in the upper 40s and we'll see a mostly cloudy day today. we'll see more clouds coming in. that's going to hold our temperatures down, only reaching into the low 60s for today. mike you were tracking a problem on the bay bridge. >> a disabled vehicle reported on the span just past treasure island. we're judging by traffic flowing into the tunnel everything is still moving smoothly. that was reported about 5 minutes ago and i haven't seen any real slowing on our live camera.
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contrary to the rest of the week, we don't have any major problems for visibility. a smooth drive on that build through hayward and the second wave for san jose should start in the next 20 minutes. another sign of the holiday season. coming up next, it's back rand it's free. the gift you can receive with your cup of coffee today at your local starbucks. somebody is trying to buy the constitution. we'll take a look. also a little bit of a pop after a pretty rough day on the markets yesterday. plus -- ♪♪ >> all she needs for christmas is a bigger piggy bank. the amount of cash mariah carey
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is raking in each year from this holiday hit, just that one song. also the number of times it's been streamed.
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we are waking up to low clouds in spots.
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the south bay starts out chilly but will be a mild day with temperatures in the mid 60s this afternoon. we are expecting some rain. we'll take about the timeline coming up. on the bay bridge that disabled vehicle has been cleared. we do see movement in these lanes. that's good news. good morning. happy thursday to you as well. later today, a group of crypto coin fans are going to crowd fund an attempt to buy the u.s. constitution. you heard that correctly. now, it's an original copy of the constitution. there is no one constitution. they're teaming up to buy the copy at sotheby's auction tonight taking out of the hands of a rich private collector. the big question beyond what will they do with it is the
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bigger question, who picks it up and if it belongs to a crowd of people, who takes it home? the john deere strike is over. workers got higher wages. we got first time jobless claims. we're going to come back to this video. there's a bay area company i want to talk about right there. big news from apple. it's going to make it easier for you to repair your own phone by selling you the tools and parts. apple and other tech companies have come under a lot of criticism in the past for making it really hard for people to repair the things they own, so much so i want spawned a right to repair movement. this is a big turn around for apple. the bay area company user testing made their stock market debut yesterday. they got to ring the closing bell. that ceo andy mcmillan doing it
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right on time. that's a bit nerve-racking. it is calling a stop to trading on the most important stock exchange in the world doing it exactly at the right time and doing it on national television. i called him on zoom to ask him about it. >> the instructions are at exact ly the right moment you need to push this button for exactly the right amount of time. it's a small thing but you've got to do it right. >> andy did not need any coffee but just down the street in manhattan starbucks is opening a new sort of store today. they call it starbucks pickup. you order on your phone, grab something out of the refrigerator case, grab your coffee and go. it's just one person in the back making coffee, one person making
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sure you get the right coffee and you're gone. >> cutting down on the employees. >> how about more people making coffee? that would be a good thing. >> guess what today is? it's red cup holiday season. >> red cup day. >> it's back. starting this morning the coffee chain giving away its free limited edition reusable red cup to customers who order the holiday or fall drink. this year's cup is made with 50% recycled material. this morning as thanksgiving inches closer some people are
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already hearing christmas music. ♪ all i want for christmas is you ♪ >> it is a christmas tradition, all i want for christmas is you by mariah carey. the song has been streamed more than 31 million times just this year and nearly 683 million times since 2010. based on the average pay rates, carey would have made nearly $2 million just from streaming last year. >> it truly has become a part of our holiday tradition. >> it is one of those songs that if you like it, you love it and you don't get sick of it. >> it brings so much cheer. >> what do you think? >> i never said i hated it. >> do you love it? >> they play it so often.
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there's so many other great christmas songs out there. my favorite is silent night by the temptations. don't put it out there that i hate the song, because i don't. it's over used, okay? >> don't at kari. let's get a look at a beautiful view. maybe this puts you in the holiday mood with this bright red sky we're seeing over the south bay right now. it's amazing start to our thursday morning. you can see the visibility is clear but not so much in walnut creek as you get ready to head out. you can see low clouds moving by. our temperatures head for the low 60s. we'll see some upper 50s in parts of the north bay. 63 degrees in hayward as well as
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livermore. we'll see mostly cloudy skies ahead of this chance of rain. we're only looking at some very light showers. this is a fairly weak storm system coming in. it's going to start in the north bay later on tonight. we'll continue to see the off and on rain through the overnight hours into early tomorrow morning. then it will be clearing out as we go into the day tomorrow afternoon. also still left with some cool temperatures with the sunshine. but the model is only putting down maybe a tenth of an inch of rain. we know with the current drought situation with exceptional trout that we have ongoing, it would be better to see the storm systems that do woman in bring a lot more rain. this is also happening at the same time that we will have a partial lunar eclipse for tonight starting at about 11:00 at night and then as a maximum part of that lunar eclipse will
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be at about 1:00 a.m. tomorrow morning we'll see that all wrapping up but maybe we'll have some good video and views from the east coast with that system that's moving through here also blocking our view of the moon. this is what you have waiting for you at the toll plaza. the good news is traffic is flowing better in these lanes here. there's movement there and recovery across the span as the disabled vehicle has been moved. the volume continues to build on your typical pattern, but as we expect, we're going to see lighter volume overall today for
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a lighter focus for the commute. coming up next on "today in the bay," nbc bay area responds. >> a cancer patient should be able to focus on her health. instead she's fighting a company she can't get to deliver.
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good morning. victoria is fighting cancer. when she started chemotherapy, she parade this company wigs do.com $132 for a wig. an e-mail said it would be dispatched in around ten days. a month later, still no wig. victoria asked for a refund, which went nowhere. she asked if we'd contact the company. we did. two weeks later she finally got her wig. she said i'm just grateful it's actually here. you did what i couldn't do. wigsdo.com indicated it sent victoria a wig when she ordered but it's possible the box was lost in shipping. when you ship online, uncle sam has your back. if a company doesn't deliver within 30 days of purchase, the
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federal trade commission says the company must ask for your consent to delay delivery. if you say no, the company must refund you in full. go to nbcbayarea.com or call us 8 8 8-996-tips. next, the certainly for booster shots. booking your appointment a little easier as of this morning. we're going to guide you through the process. >> and we have the latest on a 15-year-old girl who went missing from a gas station here in santa rosa. we'll have her picture, the suspect's picture as well as the description of the vehicle she could possibly be in.
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of course we have a lot to get to this morning including that breaking news. first we want to talk about storm ranger up in san bruno this morning ahead of that incoming storm. meteorologist kari hall tracking the chance for rain. >> this rain is going to be very light and hard to detect. as we're waking up, take a look at that sunrise. it is nice to see that we to have some rain but once again it's a weak storm system coming in late tonight into early tomorrow. the weekend is looking nice with a lot of sunshine and comfortable temperatures. we're seeing some patches of fog right now but not as dense as it was the past couple of days. it's going to be a cool day with only peeks of sunshine and our
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highs reaching into the low 60s. breaking news that we are following this morning, an amber alert issued in southern california after the apparent abduction of a girl in the north bay. cierra johnson live this morning at the santa rosa gas station where the drama all played out. >> reporter: right now investigators are saying they believe it involves a four county radius. i'm in front of that gas station on guerneville road in santa rosa. this is where that situation played out. take a look at your screen. remember this face. this is the victim, 15-year-old georgianna. she's about 5'6" with long hair and thin build. she was last seen wearing a black sweatshirt with green and red cherries and black jeans.
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investigators say a witness told them they saw a girl standing with family members near the corner of guerneville and fulton. a male suspect in an orange shirt ran across the parking lot, grabbed that girlvehicle. that vehicle took off eastbound on guerneville. as for that car the girl was forced into, police are looking for a green 2007 chrysler town and country with texas temp tags reading 12478u3. police continue to investigate if there is any connection between that suspect and that victim, but right now they are looking for that girl and that 20-year-old she is believed to be with. again this amber alert is issued
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for a four county radius. they don't believe she's in this immediate area. we sent out a push alert this morning about this amber alert. you may have seen it on your phone. download our nbc bay area app b. starting today it's a lot easier to book a booster shot appointment through the new state vaccine website. >> there's been some confusion over who could get the shot and how. kris sanchez is clearing things up with the easiest way to get the booster shot before the holidays. >> this year before making that thanksgiving shopping list or travel plans, a lot of people were just hitting refresh trying to find an appointment for a covid booster in order to be protected in time to gather with family and friends in person. starting today, anyone 18 and up can book an appointment through
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the state website myturn.ca.gov. i did a search and came up with 20 locations within 50 miles of my zip code. i did see folks getting shots at my local safeway this week. check with your doctor. those appointments are booking very fast. all bay area counties have walk-in locations so check your county's website for that. we talked with people about their experiences. >> i made an appointment yesterday for my husband on november 30th. i'm going home for thanksgiving on saturday night. so i was hoping to get it before then. >> we put this up on facebook asking people what their experience was like. lots of folks said they had a really easy time booking an appointment. one person said it was easy
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peasy. most of those folks talking about their experience in santa clara county. it takes about two weeks for the booster to be fully effective in your body. check out nbcbayarea.com. we have a how to video on how to book an appointment. a bit of a compromise in the painful decision by hayward school leaders to close some campuses. the district's three-year plan calls for six schools to close. now they're going to wait and see and try to get some community feedback. angry parents protested last night, marching to district headquarters. some who attended the meeting on zoom called for the board to slow down the process.
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>> it seems like there was no community outreach. we had a plan to put on hold any discussions of closure & it has not been recognized. >> the district says enrollment is dropping and $900 million is needed for repairs to district buildings. new this morning, some financial relief coming to cash strapped schools in san francisco. the chronicle reports a decision by the state supreme court means $123 million in frozen money h now go to the district. the money was tied up in a legal battle over a measure voters approved back in 2018. some of the money was already allocated but the district will now receive an additional $50 million. one of the suspects in the murder of a peninsula high school football star is expected
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to be arraigned. police last week announced four arrests involving suspects previously arrested and released in this case. two are charged as juveniles. one is in custody on another crime in the midwest. another suspect, antonio valencia, will answer to charges today. a police sergeant accused of robbing a rite aid is expected to be arraigned. sergeant cole tried to run from the scene in san mateo november 3rd. his attorneys suggest that cole was trying to obtain painkillers. the decision to let the music play is hitting a sour note with homeowners surrounding levi stadium. levi's has always had that 10:00 p.m. weeknight curfew for concerts but not anymore. this week, santa clara council
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members narrowly voted to lift the curfew for special occasions. the noise deadline will be 11:00 p.m. no matter the day. council members argue the city needs the revenue from non-nfl events. the city manager can only approve the clause five times a year. time to get a live look outside. we're in oakland this morning getting things started. the sunrise is so beautiful. >> stunning. >> look at that. >> kari, i know this is one of your favorite times of the day. >> yes. i was looking forward the getting pictures coming from everybody. i have to show this again. hopefully we see some more mornings and evenings like this going into the weekend.
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if you're going to napa valley, we have some beautiful weather. the rain will be wrapping up whatever showers we get and temperatures will be reaching into the upper 60s for saturday and sunday. if your weekend plans take you down the pacific highway, you'll see sunshine in big sur and it's going to warm up. by the end of the week, temperatures in the lower 70s and very comfortable. we're also going to have nice weather for south lake tahoe, reaching into the mid to upper 40s with sunshine throughout the weekend. we have brake lights right here. i think someone just hit their brakes a little hard and that caused everybody else to react or overreact. mild slowing past the toll plaza. we have that build in the southbound direction. folks headed
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getting over with toward the bay bridge, no issues here. it's a pretty smooth drive right now. while you were sleeping, a new round of violence coming out of oakland. next we're going to give you an update or what police are calling a deadly double shooting in a high-rise and the search for that shooter. and covid protocols, the strict new rules all nfl players and coaches will now be forced to father or mother follow ahea. another negative day after we lost 200 points on the dow yesterday. and on instagram, we're talking about a new ordinance in the south bay that could help a lot of people. supermarkets and other large businesses need to donate surplus food to nonprofits. on]
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the forecast coming up. the sun will be in the eyes of these folks heading south through palo alto. we'll show you where things are slowing down in the east bay. new overnight oakland police investigating a deadly double shooting that happened a little after midnight in a high-rise on 17th street right off of broadway downtown. a man and a woman pronounced dead at the scene. police are not identifying the victims so far. this brings the number of homicide in oakland this year to 122. new demands for a mistrial as jurors start the third day of deliberations in the kyle rittenhouse homicide trial. attorneys argued prosecutors waited until two days before
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closing arguments to share a high resolution copy of drone video showing uh rittenhouse opening fire. there's a playbook on this. high gas prices are big problem but people think presidents ask solve it and they can't. it doesn't matter who's president. i've been saying this for decades. presidents can't and don't affect the price of gas with the major exception of starting a war in the middle east. president biden just ordered the ftc to look into illegal price manipulation going on between
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big oil and gas suppliers. it's like ordering the fbi to look into bank robberies. they're already doing that. the other play is to reduce supply in the national reserves. we tuck away millions of gallons of fuel in case of emergency. but the government could stop filling it and reduce demand. gas prices have been worse. here's a chart from the economists at the st. louis fed. the line tells the tale. that big spike on the left was july 2008. that wasn't president bush's fault either. back then a barrel of oil was $187. it's about $80 today. a much, much bigger concern is
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home heating oil and propane. those keep americans from freezing to death. the white house has moved emergency funds to help families pay those bills as part of the assistance program. justin trudeau in washington will meet with president biden and mexican president ob ra dor at the white house today. paul gosar has been censured for tweeting video. >> i do not espouse violence toward anyone. i never have. it was not my purpose to make anyone upset. i voluntarily took the cartoon down, not because it was a threat, but because some thought it was. out of compassion for those who generally felt offense, i
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censored. >> he did take it down but he retweeted a tweet that contained the same video that he got in trouble for. this is a still of the video so we're not repeatedly showing the individual grow. he took the retweet down about 12 hours later. a live look in los angeles. this is where dozens of city workers are now losing pay after refusing to sign notices directing them to get the covid vaccine. 77tty -- city workers are on unpaid live. the nfl is ramping up its protocols including surveillance cameras in team facilities to enforce distancing and masking rules. also mandatory, covid testing for all players and staff on the
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monday and wednesday following thanksgiving. everyone will be required to wear masks inside club facilities at least until december 1st. one pampered pup giving a whole new meaning to the phrase in the dog house. guenther selling his miami mansion owned by madonna. he's a part of a long line of german shepherds who inherited a multimillion dollar trust from a german countess. let's look at our
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visibility. let's get a look at our view. low visibility in walnut creek. we're back to the dense fog. it's now down to about a mile and three quarters for concord right now. patchy dense fog in the north bay. we're going to see the fog lifting to a mostly cloudy sky. temperatures only reach into the low 60s. the update from the drought monitor this morning still shows the same conditions. we are still in the highest level of drought. the exceptional drought for parts of the north bay into the east bay. and still the extreme drought for much of the rest of the bay area. we're thinking about this as we are expecting showers coming in. this is a very weak and disorganized system quickly sweeping through late this evening into early tomorrow. you can see spotty light showers
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in the forecast that will be coming into the rest of the bay area during the overnight and then clearing for tomorrow leaving only about a tenth of an inch of rain or less. this will block the view of the partial lunar eclipse tonight. but we may have some good views outside of the bay area. hopefully we'll have some video of that by tomorrow morning. looking at our seven-day forecast, staying cool throughout the weekend but we'll get a lot more sunshine for saturday into sunday and cool weather next week. the south bay now does show 87 slowing down as well as the 101 from capital expressway. this tends to be the new pattern for the last month. hayward has a new crash, maybe two over near the san mateo
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bridge near the 92 cutoff. a smooth drive toward the bay bridge. happening now get ready to pay more for power. pg&e and mce customers are see electrical increases. it's called the time of use rate plan. the change is expected to impact hundreds of thousands of customers. a look at our top stories including an abduction. kaiser workers walking off the job for 24 hours. the potential impact on health care services.
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welcome back. here's a look at the top stories. breaking news, this amber alert has been issued in southern california after the apparent abduction of a girl in the north bay. >> cierra johnson is live in
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santa rosa at that gas station where it played out. >> reporter: that gas station is right behind me on guerneville drive. i want to get into what these folks look like. here is who law enforcement say was abducted against her will. 15-year-old georgianna is 5'6" with long hair and described as having a thin build. a witness said they saw the girl standing with family members. a male grabbed that girl and forced her into a dark colored vehicle. the 20-year-old is 5'7", 115, believed to be wearing an orange shirt and black pants. this is the car they believe that girl was forced into. a 2007 chrysler town and country that's green with texas temp tags. right now police continue to investigate if there's any type of connection between that victim and that suspect.
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chp asking anyone with information to please contact them. a san francisco police sergeant accused of robbing a peninsula rite said expected to be arraigned today. sergeant cole tried to run from the scene in san mateo november 3rd. in redwood city, kaiser workers across the bay area plan to walk off the job at 7:00 a.m. in a one-day sympathy strike for engineers. patients are being told to expect longer wait times and reduced services. kaiser says engineers are asking for unreasonable increases. workers say kaiser can pay more
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given its profits. the fda may authorize booster shots for everyone over the age of 18. moderna also asking for the same approval. california already allowing boosters for all adults. as of today the my turn website allows anyone over the age of 18 to book an appointment. taking a live look outside this morning, we've had lovely sunrises out there. nice forecast today? >> we're going to see more clouds moving in, cool temperatures. nice to see some rain headed our way moving in late tonight into early tomorrow. then sunny and dry for the weekend. >> the bay bridge toll plaza looking like it has a little bit lighter volume now. things may lessen up around the bay as we slide toward the thanksgiving holiday. >> bring on the pie.
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thanksgiving is almost here. [ laughter ] >> that's what's happening today in the bay. don't forget on ellen today a stroll down memory lane. megan the duchess of sussex is going to stop by. watch today at 4:00. the "today" show is next. good morning. surprise testimony. the man who shot and killed ahmaud arbery takes the stand in his own defense. >> he had my gun. >> how he describes the final moments of their fatal confrontation and why prosecutors say it should never have happened as he gets set to testify again this morning. hanging in the balance. the fate of kyle rittenhouse in the hands of the jury as deliberations enter a third day. jurors asking to re-watch drone video from the night of the

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