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. good morning everyone, it's saturday, november 20th, we are taking a live look outside, look at everyone there at the safeway
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in santa clara for our nourishing neighbors food drive. we'll check in with you guys in a bit. so much fun this morning. thank you for joining us, i am candice nguyen, kira klapper is off this morning. vianey is joining us for the weather. >> it's going to be a nice weekend. we got a couple of rain in some areas, we'll see some isolated fog this morning. look at the view over walnut creek right now. current temperatures right now, 40s and 50s to start. limited visibility and spots like santa rosa and nevada and down to a quarter of a mile and parts of the tri-valley and into concord. we'll get some sunshine this afternoon, we are seeing gusty conditions up in the mountain areas. 34 plus miles winds, we'll notice a warm up. i will talk about the full
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forecast coming up in a few minutes. back to you. chaos in union square, take a look at your screen here. people running around, something covering their face with an arm full of clothing. we have several videos sent to us by shocked eye witnesses. police report of looting and vandalism at several stores at union square, that included a robbery of this louis vuiton. a group smashed through the door and pushed through a security guard. cell phone video shows the after math. officers chasing the suspect surrounding one car at one point. police tell us several people have been arrested and some officers in riot gears looking for suspects. anyone with information asked to call police. that louis vuiton store was not the only place looters targeted.
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several stores with broken windows and like this fendi store here is two blocks away with broken windows. a window at a near by walgreens is completely smashed there and glass on the ground. all of this is happening at union square with nighttime shoppers and security guard presence. protests following the not guilty verdict of kyle rittenhouse. rittenhouse shot and killed two people and injured a third person last year and now he's a freeman. the protest here was peaceful but the message was loud and clear. >> no justice, no peace. >> reporter: the kyle rittenhouse's verdict brought over a hundred people to the oakland plaza tonight. >> we are sick and tired of
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seeing white supremacist and double standards justice. >> reporter: justice did not happen when rittenhouse was found of not guilty. >> kyle rittenhouse not guilty. the teenager collapsing as he's cleared of all five charges after killing two protesters and wounding a third. >> the way the judge was behaving in the courtroom, the kind of rulings he was making, this -- this was over the top. >> reporter: retired court judge cordell says the burden in this case was on the prosecutor. >> the prosecutor tried to convince the jury that rittenhouse was an active shooter. they failed to do it because his defense was self-defense. >> reporter: if wisconsin the law requires when a self-defense written, the prosecutor has to disprove self-defense beyond a
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reasonable doubt and in most states is just the opposite. >> at this moment in time, there are two futures presented itself. >> reporter: justice was not served in wisconsin for protesters. they are uncertain what will happen next. >> it's not for us to figure out, if this department of justice is any different from trump's, if it's, they should figure out how to reign these basically, reign judges like these in. >> cheryl hurd, nbc bay area news. still no word of the suspect that took away this mother. her two young sons were in the car with her. armani's mother arrived to plan her daughter's service.
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instead of getting ready for their son's second birthday, an east bay family gathered for his funeral. a memorial service for jasper wu. he was shot on 880 in oakland. at the funeral, jasper's family took parts in chinese traditions involving burning papers so he can enjoy in the after life. >> that's the last chance they can express their love to their loved ones. >> we have done everything we can to try to identify the vehicle involved in the incident. we have tracked every step along the way, we'll continue to do that. >> so far no arrests have been made in this case. san francisco police are also investigating a deadly shooting involving one of their
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own, at least one officer opened fire after responding to a report of a person with a knife. it happened yesterday morning at 5th and folsom street. police made contact with a man in a hotel and they felt threaten so the officer fired his gun. the man is identified as armani. sfpd plans to hold a town hall meeting to release more information and possibly video of that exchange. monday marks one year since the deadly stabbing attack at grace baptist church in san jose. two people were killed and another three were hurt. today the church will honor those victims with a healing event, silicon valley, pride trans day remembrance will be hold. the 33-year-old fernando lopez
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was arrested. booster for all are now available for anyone in the county. anyone over 18 can get that shot as long as it has been six months since they have been fully vaccinated. walgreens and cvs pharmacies are opened for all adults. the timing is critical of the holidays. happening today, peninsula leaders are looking to go to washington, d.c., he plans to announce his congressional bid today. he served on the san mateo county board of supervisor since 2016. before that he was a council member and a mayor o f daily city. he'll be running for the seat held by congresswoman jackie speire. she announced on tuesday she will not seek reelection, saying it's time for her to spend more
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time with family. with the holidays nearly here and so many families may be your own neighbors in need. nbc bay area is here to help. laura garcia and marcus washington are live near by the safeway in santa clara, good morning to both of you, how can people to join into help? >> reporter: hey, look, this is where you have to be in the morning because this is what we do. making sure we really help our community, that's what nbc bay area is all about. >> completely. it's easy to help. you go to any bay area safeway, go to the counter and they got this cute little $10 easy to stamp. they can make the money go so much further. there is an 80% greater need in the bay area. there are so many people that are going without lately and we
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are still in the pandemic and we are still here to support each other. >> reporter: there is a lot of partnerships that go on. i want to bring in victoria where san jose, one of the many organizations really helping make this mission works. last year $3 million helped provide 6 million meals, tell me why it's so important for junior league of san jose to be apart of this? >> yes, we have the same mission to improve the community in addition to other things. and be able to partner with someone like nbc who's doing so much good just like what you are doing with safeway helps us make a greater impact when we partner up. >> reporter: thank you victoria, they have been doing this for ten years. all you have to do is come to your local safeway. >> it's so easy to do, i know i am doing my thanksgiving shopping soon and it reminds you
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that a lot of people are not as fortunate. you can make a big difference and give thanks to the bay area too. >> reporter: we'll be here, a big impact right here in our community. >> laura and marcus, you guys are out there and early, we know the pandemic are still here and a lot of people are feeling the pressure and financial impacts. vianey and i will be out there later this morning to join you. thank you so much and we'll check in with you soon. as laura and marcus just mentioned, you can join in this effort to help those in need by making a $10 donation at any local safeway store, that money will go to the food bank in your local neighborhoods. our drive runs through christmas day. come up, are you heading some where for thanksgiving? the near record number that'll join us. the tips you need to know before you travel.
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holmes talked about her time at stanford and how theranos started from his beginnings. she made eye contact with the jury. she will be cross examined next week. a tesla employee is suing a company claiming a woman who worked at the fremont factory faced sexual harassment. tesla is appealing that verdict. in this new lawsuit filed on thursday, a female worker on the night shift she experienced loot comments and touching. her complaints was ignored.
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we have not heard back after reaching out. from the bay area to sin city, the a's are doubling down on a move to vegas. the team is close to finding its ideal ballpark. they narrowed their search down to two or three sites. they have already placed an offer in one spot and negotiating with landowners at the other sites. if they make a deal in vegas, the team can announce a final ballpark location in january. >> this is the most insane thing. someone dropped money all over the freeway. >> a new video this morning, money flying across the freeway, this is real money. this is i-5 near san diego. a vehicle opened up and sending cash flying around the freeway. it was not clear how much fell out and how much was picked up.
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investigators say people collected that cash should return it, it's criminal offense. one of the busiest days of travel today for thanksgiving. that's the single biggest yearly increase in two decades. sam brock explains. >> reporter: at airports nationwide, passengers are trying to get a leg up ahead of the thanksgiving holiday. >> did you make a decision to travel now so you don't have to deal with whatever craziness? >> absolutely. i figure next week is too crazy. >> reporter: shake off soft preflight jitters, many are flying for the first time since covid brought travel to a standstill. >> we have a lot of hand sanitizers and lysol and a lot of face masks. >> reporter: a record breaking week of holiday travel with more than 4 million people expected to take to the skies and severe weather is about to strike a huge swath of the country
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starting with the midwest in great lakes on sunday. chicago, a hub for united and detroit is set to be slammed first along with nashville and new orleans. in recent months bad weather and a lack of staffing have caused a number of airline melt downs including southwest and americans cancelling thousands of flights. kathleen bang tracks the aviation industry for flight awareness. >> it's also ground crews, you got to have baggage handlers and you got to have everybody. >> reporter: airports from boston to miami say they are ready for the rush. >> we are in it now, we have been prepared because we have seen an uptick in passenger vol
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volume. >> reporter: what are your expectation? >> we are expecting a record number of passengers, not just since the pandemic but ever for this airport. >> okay, this is a little weird here, if chewing is too much for you this thanksgiving. why not just drink it. jones' soda released turkey and gravy flavor is back. they call it one of their most requested flavors. 30,000 bottles are already sold out. keep that fork handy. vianey, i don't know about this one. >> no, i need to see the data on this. they said it's the most requested, who requested this? >> good question and good follow-up. >> we got to investigate on that one. i am going to keep the solids, solids and liquid, liquid for
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today. all right, a stunning weekend at walnut creek right now. we are seeing some areas of fog, that was drizzle and light rain measurable up to parts of the north bay. last night you may have been caught in that after dinner. current temperatures in the 40s and 50s. 53 degrees if san jose. we are starting out in the 40s. look at the temperature change. we had the week cold front that passed through. santa rosa about 11 degrees cooler this morning. napa, 5 degrees cooler. nevada is 70 degrees cooler. take a look at some isolated foggy spots, we are seeing some lowest visibility into concord, less than a quarter of a mile, napa down to a quarter of a mile. just remember slow it down up there. it's going to be around at least for the first half of our morning. by the afternoon we expecting
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plenty of sunshine and yes, our temperatures are also going to start to warm up. we are beginning a bit of a warming trend. san jose, topping out in the upper 60s. san jose, 67. oakland, 65. concord at 67. live moore at 65. we'll be topping out mid to upper 60s and even around peninsula. if you are heading into the city, expect temperatures heading into the mid-60s. gusting about 30 or 40s. santa rosa at 67 degrees. napa at 69. let's take a look at some of those wind gusts. it's going to get breezy this afternoon again. higher elevations of the strongest o f the gusts. around 3 clock, a little breezy, 17 and 20 plus miles per hour. heading into sunday, it gets windier in the 20/25 mile range in santa rosa and napa and 22 miles per hour. we are going to notice this wind
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that's going to help warm us up heading into sunday. if you are heading to greater tahoe, beautiful shot this morning. the weather is going to be stunning in the 40s. plenty of sunshine. you don't have to worry about a dangerous commute if you are traveling there. we got high pressure taking over the bay area this week and heading into tuesday, there is a chance we could see some spotty showers mainly to our north. as we approach that for now, the next seven days, we'll be quiet overall. >> candice, i will send it back to you. happy early thanksgiving. >> i can't get over the turkey/gravy soda, i can't, it's gross. >> we have much more coming up in the bay. >> my five-year-old me was were kind. >> she's still kind.
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-♪ grocery outlet bargain market ♪ -with this holiday set to bust your wallet, your neighborhood grocery outlet is the destination for savings of 40 to 70 percent on your whole meal with deals like 14 dollars off your turkey. if you are able to say you spent more than half your life helping others, i would say that's a solid resume, our segment of "bay area proud" can say that. here is garvin thomas. >> reporter: our story began in at the toy isle at target.
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>> i was five-year-old when we started. well, in 2016. >> reporter: she's now 11, the child. >> she pits a fit about it. >> reporter: her mom says no. >> there is kids having nothing in this world and you are complaining not getting a barbie. >> when i heard that, i felt really bad so i told my mom, hey, how about we do this drive where we can donate teddy and toys and when christmas morning they can see the toys and they would be happy. >> reporter: it was in retrospect, sabrina agreed a fitting thing for her to say. >> my five-year-old me was very kind. i am still kind. >> reporter: thanks to kally's wish, she and her family connected 400 toys and delivered
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them to the hospital at stanford. they have not stopped collecting since. >> we have collected 3,000 teddy bears and toys. >> reporter: recently during the pandemic, the hospital has paused accepting donations but not her program, she's giving to foster children instead. >> monopoly. >> reporter: every year kally has the option of not under taking the collecting, storing and giving. every year kally says she wants to tackle it again. >> and then this. >> reporter: when you look at it one way, she already spent half her short life helping others. thank goodness for all of us she has such a long future ahead of her. we have much more for you on "today in the bay." coming up, chaos in union square, robbery at one high-end store. the unrest over night and what
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the city looks now. a lot of looting and vandalism. and the nourishing neighbors food drive really kicks off today. we are live at the safeway, we have got a lot to tell you. >> stick around, you are watching "today in the bay."
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good morning everyone, it's saturday, november 20th, here is the golden gate bay bridge. thank you so much for joining us, i am candice nguyen. kira klapper has the morning off this morning. vianey arana joins us. >> look in san jose, this is in the south bay, you can see the fog rolling around the mountains here. visibility up to santa rosa and napa. current temperatures right now in the 40s to start. we are running about 11 degrees cooler in santa rosa compares to the past 24 hours. we had that weak cold front passed through last night. we also had some measurable rain. fog and visibility right now, down to a quarter of a mile in santa rosa. less than that in nevada, we'll
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go through your full forecast and what to expect coming up in a few minutes. >> chaos and union square, take a look at your screen here, people running around and things covering his face, you can see an arm full of clothing there. we have videos sent into us by shocked eye witnesses. police report of vandalism at union square and that included a robbery at this louis vuiton store. a group smashed through the door and pushed through a security guard. officers chasing suspects surrounding a car at one point. several people had been arrested. some officers in riot gear with non lethal weapons are looking for these thefts. that louis vuiton store was not the only place targeted.
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several stores with smashed windows like this fendi store here. nothing was taken through that glass. there was a jewelry store was hit by a big rock. there is no windows left. all the glass is on the ground. all this happened at union square with nighttime shoppers and security guards present. protests happening in kenosha and new york and here in the bay area. here in oakland around 100 people rallied in front of city hall. rittenhouse shot and killed two people and injured a third person last year, now he's a free man. cheryl hurd says the protest was peaceful but the message was loud and clear. >> reporter: the kyle rittenhouse verdict brought about 100 people at the plaza
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tonight. >> we are sick and tired of seeing white supremacy and seeing double standards justice. >> reporter: justice did not happen when rittenhouse was found not guilty of all charges against him. >> definitely disappointment but not a lot of surprise. >> rittenhouse not guilty. >> reporter: the teenager collapsing as he's cleared of all five charges after killing two protesters and wounding a third. >> the way the judge was behaving in the courtroom and the kinds of rulings he was making. it was over the top. >> reporter: retired court judge cordell says the burden in this case was on the prosecutor. the prosecutor tried to convince the jury that rittenhouse was an active shooter and they failed to do it because kyle rittenhouse's defense was self-defense. >> reporter: in wisconsin the law requires when a self-defense claim is written, the prosecutor has to disprove self-defense
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beyond a reasonable doubt. >> reporter: these protesters feel justice was not served in wisconsin and they are uncertain what will happen next. >> it's not for us to figure out. if this department of justice is any different from trump's department of justice, for example, if it's then they should figure out how to reign these basically -- um, you know reign these judges like this in. >> reporter: cheryl hurd, nbc bay area news. no word on any suspect or arrest on the freeway shooting that took a young mother's life. armani morris was killed as her fiance drove her to a job
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interview. armani's mother arrived last night to plan her daughter easter vis. instead of getting ready for their son's second birthday, an east bay family gathered for a funeral. jasper wu was shot on 880 in oakland. at the funeral, jasper's family took traditional to remember him. >> that was the last chance they can express their love to their loved one. >> we have done everything we can to identify the vehicles involved. we have tracked every step along the way and we'll continue to do that. >> reporter: so far no arrests have been made in this case. monday marks one year since the deadly stabbing attack at
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grace baptist church in san jose. two people were killed and another three were injured. the church will honor those victims with the healing event. silicon valley trans day remembrance will hold an event today. the 32-year-old fernando lpez was arrested for the attack. he remains in custody. booster for all for millions of americans. the cdc changed their criteria so anyone over 18 can get that extra shot as long as it has been more than six months when they are fully vaccinated. farmly -- the timing is critical, experts fear of another surge during the holidays. so many families in need, nbc bay area is here to help, today in the bay laura garcia and
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marcus washington is live in the bay area. if people are waking up, maybe they need to get grocery anyway, how can they help? >> reporter: that's a perfect way to stop by because a lot of people are getting ready for the holiday already. we are seeing people streaming into the safeway where we are this morning. we are here to support our food drive, where we team up across the bay area, no matter which safeway you go to, you can get this $10 donation tab, you can make a more generous donation than this as well but they can stretch this money and go further. >> reporter: a lot of the food banks are not accepting donations from the public but a lot of people want to help. this is your way to do it. they are able to take those financial donations and make them go great distance when it comes to helping those in the community. i want to bring in winnie with
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safeway, you guys have been a big partner in making this happen. why is it so important? >> it's important to give back to the community we serve. we are excited to partner with nbc bay area again. >> reporter: talk about making the food go a great distance, that's where you come in. >> a $10 donation turns to 20 meals to be able to help support families in need. >> reporter: we know so many families need the help and the system. >> yes, one and four families in the bay area we are seeing. we love to partner with you, wendy, we get to see you every year. we are out here and we hope people get a chance to come on down. it will be some other folks from nbc bay area. >> reporter: you will be coming out here and if you are not able to get to a safeway today, don't worry, this is going on until december 25th. why don't make three, it's a
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good number. >> that's a good number. it's a great way to be apart of the community. >> that's amazing $10 turning into 20 meals. incredible. you can stop by help those in need by making a $10 donation at any local participation safeway stores. our drive runs through christmas day. still to come, a major outbreak on the big game against stanford, will cal get the big light to take the field. we are seeing limited visibilities in some spots. less than a quarter of a mile slowing down out there. i will talk about your daytime highs and what to expect this weekend. coming up.
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look at the concord area, less than a quarter of a mile and visibility. we'll keep it around for our first half of our morning. let's get right to your daytime highs today. we are expecting sunshine to make a return. 65 in livermore and 65 in oakland and 63 in san francisco. i want to talk about the wind as well. we do have some wind from the northeast, expect it to be a little gust. it will be breezy at times heading into the afternoon, 15 to 20 miles per hour winds, especially into sunday. that's going to help warm up our temperatures heading into tomorrow. what are we expecting when it comes to greater tahoe. beautiful weather. temperatures are going to be in the 40s and through today and tomorrow and also monday. you don't have to worry about
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dangerous travel conditions. satellite radar right now, you can see how quiet things are in the region. we have active weather in the pacific northwest. we have high pressure that's going to dominate our forecast. on tuesday, we do get a bit of a system that's going to pass towards the north. that's going to bring us a chance of seeing some shower activities heading into tuesday, aside from that, temperatures are going to remain in the low 60s for san francisco. thanksgiving day we'll be dry, we got a dancing turkey here. 62 degrees and in land areas after we get a couple of those upper 60s. we'll cool back down. beautiful weekend, a little breezy. >> thanks so much vianey. next on nbc bay area responds. >> basically all adults in california are eligible for a covid-19 vaccine booster, how do you get one? i am chris kumura, we'll show
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you how, next.
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there are a lot of confusions over who can sign up for a booster shot. we want to prepare you, chris kumura takes you through the steps to get that booster. >> we have good news. getting a vaccine booster is way
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easier than it used to be. no midnight wait or no long road trips, to find an appointment just ask your pharmacy doctor. or you can use a locater, all you have to do is text 438829, when i did it, i got a respond in three minutes. if you don't want a text, you can call the federal locater service, the number is 800-232-0233. the cdc says it's okay to mix and match booster shots. have your vaccine record card handy because they want to know when you had your original shot. you are not supposed to get a booster until six months after you are fully vaccinated. your booster may be a lower dosage than your original shot.
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you may find that some locations are booked up. prepare to possibly schedule your appointment several days or a week out. bring your vaccine card and make sure the staff updates it with your booster. the cdc says your booster should be free regardless of whether you have health insurance. >> thanks so much chris. are you ready for the big game? today stanford and cal will go head to head. cal's football game was postponed because of a major covid-19 outbreak of players and staff. the game is at stanford, why is that good news? the last time it was in stanford in 2019, cal won. next, a quick look at the top stories we are following. the wild smash and grab robbery caught on camera that set our officers racing through the streets. the damage across union square. we'll be right back.
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help feed local families with our nourishing neighbors program. i am marcus washington, we are live at safeway, coming up, we can tell you how you can help. >> stick around, we'll be right back. on]
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-great party, carlene. you must have blown your budget. -not exactly. -you have great name-brand snacks, tons of meat... and where did you get this imported cheese?
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-hello! grocery outlet, bargain market. -♪ grocery outlet bargain market ♪ -with this holiday set to bust your wallet, your neighborhood grocery outlet is the destination for savings of 40 to 70 percent on your whole meal with deals like 14 dollars off your turkey. welcome back, here is what you can expect tomorrow on
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"sunday today" with willie geist. >> good morning, candice, great to see you. a conversation with lynn manuel miranda. the creator and star of "hamilton" is making his debut as a feature film director with the release of "tick tick boom." >> as a first time director, "tick tick boom" is over and credits come up, directed by lambert miranda. >> oh man, what does it feel like? >> it felt amazing. it's such a dream come true for me. >> lynn manuel miranda and the latest news and another life well-lived when "sunday today" airs at 6:00 a.m. in the bay area. if you are not up, set the dvr and we'll see you when ever you
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are ready for us. candice? >> thank you, willie. here is a quick look at our stories, chaos at union square, hectic videos here. police reports of looting and vandalism at several retail stores in union square, that included a smash and robbery at this louis vuiton store. officers chased suspects surrounding a car at one point. police say several people had been arrested, anyone with information on these thefts are asked to call police. before we go, we want to eck which in one more time with lawyer are and marcus who are live right now at safeway at our food drive, how can people help out? >> reporter: just come on down, we are at the river mark safeway in santa clara, about 160
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safeways have teamed up with us for this food drive. you get this tab and they scan it at the counter there. $10 can double the amount of food that this cause to give to so many people in the bay area. one and four families are in need this year. >> reporter: that's year we helped donate and raised 300 million meals. i know we can do better this year. that's what you have to do. come down to us any safeway and go to the register and ring it up. go ahead and ring it up a few times. >> beep, beep, beep. that's how they do it there and that makes a huge difference. if you can't come out today, any time through december 25th, the food drive will run through december. it feels so great, giving and receiving. >> a lot of people say i don't have the time, now you have the time and we make it so easy for you, get out and make that donation. >> we'll be out here a little
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bit more. we thank all the viewers who have already come out. >> can't wait to see you here candice. >> you can help those in need by making a $10 donation at any local safeway stores. that money will go through the food bank and the drive is running through christmas day. let's get to our vianey arana. >> we have lovely sunshine. look at the 70s forecast. we'll top out in low 60s for san francisco, notice we stay dry heading into sunday and monday and we get a little bit of a shower chance mainly to our north on tuesday. thanksgiving day, we got a dancing turkey there. things are looking dry and comfortable for thanksgiving day. if you have a big family and you will be doing your party outside or family gathering outside, weather is not an issue. another thing is going to get breezy at times for some of those higher elevation areas.
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winds from the northeast, gusting 20 or 30 plus miles per hour and getting breezy for some of the lower elevation areas. not just for this afternoon but also through sunday. that's going to help warm temperatures up. temperatures will top out in those mid and upper 60s. it will stay dry through monday and again monitoring that tuesday chance, possibly seeing spotty showers mainly to our north and heading into wednesday and thursday, things really continue to dry out into thanksgiving day as well. for in land areas but it's going to be great today and tomorrow for spending the time outdoors or prepping for the big thanksgiving meal. i don't cook, shout-out to the family folks who do. >> thank you so much vianey. dry and comfortable weather. could not ask for anything more. thank you all for making us part of your morning. we'll have more local news for you tonight at 5:00, 6:00 and
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. narrator: when you see this symbol you know you're watching television that is educational and informational. the more you know on nbc. dylan: hi, everybody, i'm dylan dreyer and this is "earth odyssey". on today's show we head to south america to explore all types of exotic animals from crocs to capybaras. we'll find out what thrives the most from this rich and fertile ecosystem. then, we march down to the forest floor to salute one of the hardest working creatures in the world. and later, jaguars and monkeys don't make the hunting team, but there are two species that help each other from the water to the
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