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san mateo county continues its effort to get more 5 to 11- year-old's vaccinated. we will tell you about one click i can happening today coming up. and the high demand to get children vaccinated in marin and the thousands of kid whose got shots into arms. and the concerns rising in santa clara county's jails with a big spike in covid cases. and a bigfoot ball game this weekend has been postponed. i'm justin andrews. why the health department is
blaming the team coming up next. >> good morning to you. it's wednesday, november 10th. >> good morning to you. glad to have you with us on this wednesday morning. we want to get a check of traffic and a forecast. we are halfway through the week. >> it's looking good. >> you know brighter weather ahead. we will catch that sun later in the afternoon. that will be nice to see. it was also nice to have that rain yesterday. here we go. a live look and a gray start to the day. we have clouds and areas of fog and our temperatures this morning are in the 50's to low 60's as we start off the day. let's go through the day in san francisco. you can see that clear asking sun through the afternoon. 64 in san francisco, looking at 65 for a daytime high with the -- looking at highs in the upper 60's this afternoon with that sunshine. you can see that clearing for all of us as we go through the day. let's check in with gianna. we have the foggy conditions in spots. >> we are dealing fog in the
roadways and i got word of a new crash. it's along westbound 580. that is the 580 portion of the bridge. if are you headed to marin. you may have a few brake lights. it's block that number 2 lane from the left and looks like injuries. we have a close eye. the rest of the way on 101 into san francisco. fairly quiet, though chp did issue a fog advisory for parts of the golden gate. we aren't seeing a lot of that. north of here as you head -- on to the bridge. you may see a bit there. that's a little sluggish. seeing the brake lights out of the pass. already getting busy along the dublin. this morning we are learning more about a widespread covid outbreak on the cal football team. >> saturday's game is postponed. berkeley's health department said 44 people on the team have covid. justin andrews looking in to what caused this outbreak to happen. he joins us live fe
campus. good morning. >> good morning. the berkeley health department confirming to us that the team fumbled and following proper covid safety protocols. they said the team didn't test and didn't stay home when they were sick. the health department confirming the team didn't mask up while they were inside. the athletic director said those who didn't take the trip to arizona for last saturday's game tested positive for covid. we are talking 24 players were missing including starting quarterback chase garber. even more players test the positive for covid with cal and also usc this weekend. 99% of the team though is vaccinated. the team is frustrated all of this. the frustration stems to center around some confusion between the city of berkeley and the university health services
testing policy of testing vaccinated players. the athletic director confirms no test means no play. >> you aren't following berkeley public health's guidance which is executed by the university of california and ultimately the one i would -- we are doing what the university of california said and you wouldn't be able to play. >> going to social media venting their frustrations. also the game on saturday. when that will be played again? i will dive into all of that. we are live in berkeley this morning. i'm justin andrews. the live news desk. we are following the latest on the pfizer bid to have its booster shot approved for everybody over the age of 18. it's applied two federal regulate ears and they are expected to make their decision very soon. we are talking about the fda and the cdc. right now boosters of the pfizer and moderna shots are only available for people over the age of 65.
those with severe medical conditions that would leave them compromised or those who live and work in places that would put them more at risk. the fda expected to grant the request before thanksgiving and well ahead of the other holiday gatherings. we are expecting in december. now cbs mornings will have a little more with the united states surgeon general. happening today the governor is scheduled to visit a vaccine and flu shot clinic in los angeles county. >> he is expected to push for booster eligibility and getting kids vaccinated. we are live from the n mateo event center where they have a play land themed vaccine clinic. >> we are talking a clinic with superheros, a red carpet this is in an effort to help kids feel more comfortable as they get their shot. let's take a look at the video this is from last weekend with the vaccine clinic. you can see the friendly
characters greeting kids just to help them distract themselves as they get their vaccine. last weekend appointments build up quickly and hav appointments today through saturday. they are receiving the pfizer vaccine. it's a third of the dose authorized for those 12 and older. in addition to the state trying to encourage families to get their children vaccinated, the governor urged people to get them in order to avoid the surge the state saw last winter. >> starting to see hospitalizations go back up. it's the winter surge. that's why i can't impress you more, get that booster shot. it's safe, it'll save your life. >> this vaccine clinic today is starting at 2:30 p.m. again it's at the san mateo
event center. appointments can be made through my turn. new this morning the independent journal is saying the county see age high demand of coronavirus vaccines. they started giving shots ages five to 11. over the first three days of vaccinations. more than 2300 between that age range were vaccinated out stripping supply over the weekend. first responderns in alameda have until december 21th it get fully vaccinated. it's all part of a new rule that applies to those who enter high risk health care facilities. anyone not vaccinated must test weekly and wear a mask. i got vaccinated. i want to see my family. >> rules rules. >> yeah. >> you know if they don't see us -- for themselves, i guess sometimes it's good for your family too many. >> we want to save each other. we should all get the shot. >> right now a booster shot
isn't required to be fully vaccinated. santa clara county jails seeing a huge spike in covid cases. it started -- with 15 infections. at least 84 new cases surfaced. a woman whose husband is an inmate blames improper mask wearing by deputies. the. and car break-ins in san francisco have gotten so out of hand that tourists are being warned not to rent cars. >> businesses say they see break-ins in broad daylight every day. the da's office said right now only about 2% of car burglaries in san francisco result in an arrest. they prosecuted the overwhelming majority of them. they said that's good and
explained there's a lot of thievery. >> they only cleared 3.5% of larceny cases. which covers the hottest tourist spots. too gilroy who made an arrest after a deadly halloween party at a city councilwoman's home. this after the first suspect was released. investigators searched three homes and arrested an 18-year- old who they say was a felon in possession of a gun. however they are not calling him a suspect and they aren't sure if the gun was used in a home seed. >> we heard there was a search warrant that was executed here at this house. >> on the property? >> excuse me? >> have you to be on the property? >> she didn't tell me to leave. >> they -- that's where the councilmember is said to be cooperating with police. the scott peterson case is
set for a status hearing at ten this morning. in september san mateo county judge ruled peterson will be resentenced to life without parole. a former charles manson follower has been recommended for release by the parole board again. she was found guilty of participating in the 1969 stabbing death of a couple, one of the crimes committed by the cult known as the manson family. yesterday she had a 24th appeal before the parole board. she was found fit for release for the 5th time. the four previous approvals have been reversed by california governors. testimony in the elizabeth holmes fraud trial will continue later on today. this after the man who once ran the lab revealed the company was not using it's own machines
to test blood samples for years. he said holmes tried to give regulators another explanation. he said that once he got there the lab no longer used it's own devices to test blood and that responding to audits whats about the only responsibility that he had. >> in addition to everything else there continue to he about problems in court. yesterday the video system went down. the judge apologize to the the jury for the inconvenience. it's 5:11 on this wednesday morning. streaming on cbsn bay area. >> as we move closer and closer to thanksgiving, the heavy price for turkeys that you can expect this year. how in and out burgers defiance appears to be stretching across the golden state. good wednesday morning. it's a foggy start to the day
looking at the visibility. dense fog for you. as we head through the day, we will catch sunshine. it'll be a beautiful day ahead with temperatures in the 60's in the afternoon. i will have your seven day forecast coming up. that fog may affect your drive as you are out and about. plus word of a couple of new accidents.
a reporter at our sister station visited five in and outs in los angeles yesterday. not once was he shown to see proof of vaccination which the county requires for indoor dining. all in and outs are closed for in door dining because the company said it refuses to be the vaccine police. we reached out to in and out for comment but haven't heard back yet. fast food workers in oakland and campbell joining a statewide strike picketing outside a burger king and jack in the box restaurant. they say they are fed up with their working conditions and are calling for a $15 minimum wage. >> they have gotten worse during the pandemic. >> we demand respect from the
corporate people. from the corporate giants. we demand that they get paid fair wages. we demand that they get protected while being on this job. >> jack in the box issued this statement, while we don't employ the workers in the franchise restaurants, as a brand we strive to promote clarity for all restaurant workers and guests. no word yet from burger king. with a little over two weeks to go before thanksgiving shoppers wonder figure there will be shortages of holiday items for turkey day. >> some are saying that you may want to head to the store early and be ready to pay more than you normallyw. the u is, da said there isn't a turkey shortage but economists say expect prices to be up around 10 to 15%. when turkey farmers said its taking longer to distribute the product. creating a domino effect. >> more of a challenge getting trucks.
everything in the last couple years has been more challenging even down to boxes. >> i have been in business for 43 years and never seen anything like this? canned goods are also in shorter supply. >> this thanksgiving will likely be a busy one on the road. 53 million people are expected to travel over the holiday. close to prepandemic numbers. 90% are expected to drive. a live look now at san francisco's fisherman's wmarf. crab lover also be able to buy whole crab directly from boats at the wharf. yesterday the commission voted to allow them as part of a one year pilot program. it'll start. as soon as the crab fishing season starts which is on hold to protect whales and sea turtles in the fishing zones. check this out. betty and photograph -- had a close encounter while out on their story. not one but two coyotes running across the path in north beach.
this was at mason. >> i guess they got word of that crab being available. >> got excited about it. >> let's go. >> all right. it's wednesday, foggy start out there on the roads and you are watching that forecast as well. for sure. be prepared about that, with that fog. especially along the coast, around the bay and even some of the inland spots as well. ly show you this? just a moment. with that fog a little bit of drizzle out there. here is a live look at the bay bridge and you can see some drops on our live camera and you can see that sheen on the roadway as well. be prepare fire department are you about to head out we are looking at temperatures in the midtownshipper 50's to low 60's. let's get to the visibility. we have been watching the visibility decrease and now down to near zero. please be careful out there. looking at about a mile and three quarters for santa rosa at this hour. we have the clouds, we have a little bit of drizzle, dense fog and as we head through the
day, we are going to see clearing. brighter weather ahead. high pressure builds in. we will see that sun this afternoon with highs in the 60's. let's walk you through the day in san francisco and what to expect as we are looking at high temperatures in the mid- 60s's with that sunshine, the east bayshore line. oakland looking at 65 with that sun and walking through the day in san jose in bay. upper 60's. a pleasant day ahead with plenty of sun. high pressure builds in. dryer weather today and through the rest of the week. quieter weather with that ridge of high pressure settling in for us. as we go hour by hour you can see by the lunchtime hour we are looking at that sunshine and clearing. we will see plenty of sun as we head through the day today. don't forget the sunglasses as you head out the door. we are looking at highs along the coast in the low 60's for the peninsula. looking at mid-60s's. 65 in san mateo. the south bay. 67, of 8 san jose, close to 70
degrees for morgan hill and the south bay. as we look to the inland east bay, 67 in concord, 68 for a high in pleasant hill. around the bay, 64 san francisco, 63daley city. looking at 66 inial immediate a.67 san leandro and highs in the north bay in the mid to upper 60's, 68 for a high in sonoma. vet van's day forecast for tomorrow and it does look beautiful. low to mid-60s ha along the coast. upper 60 ha along the bay and low 70's inland as we celebrate and honor our veterans. oakland and for san jose, there we go with the dryer conditions on the rise slowishly through the rest of the workweek and into the weekend. inland east bay, north bay and for the coast and you can see the temperatures, that warm up through the workweek and into the weekend. looking great if you have the outdoor activities for our weekend ahead. we have areas of fog and even a little drizzle. we have the windshield wipeerns
going so just a heads up. it'll be slick. let's head back to the bay bridge and talk about the drive. no metering lights. it is busier out there and we are seeing a few more cars make that frequent from the east shore freeway toward the maze and into san francisco. that is our slowest approach right now. heads up there if you are going toward the bay bridge. getting crowded this morning. golden gate bridge. lane changes happening right now as you head through there. giving that -- giving the bridge span one more lane southbound as commuters head in that direction. right now things pretty quiet. foggy. north of here along 101, foggy along the coasta 10 #. no delays as you work toward foster city. your travel times on the bridges all still in the green. that's good news. that includes the richmond, san rafael bridge. we had an earlier crash. it doesn't look like its causing any brake lights or issues. 80 westbound clear. if are you going in that
american canyon area. reports of some pretty foggy conditions. heads up in a traffic hazard. a tree fell on the roadway this is westbound 80 at american canyon. taking a look at canyon this is the crash westbound 5840. number two lanes. not causing a lot of brake lights or issues and we are keeping our eye on a crash eastbound 780. should be wrapping up with in the next couple of minutes. things quiet with the exception of the pass. no crashes, just the usual stuff heading toward that livermore valley. back to you. 5:22. members of the military will get a front row seat to the warrior's game. >> hundreds of season ticket holders and partners are donating their court side seats to active military people for tonight's game against the minnesota twolves. its part of the hoops for troops event meant to honor military service members and veterans. they will have a fun night.
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apple's first computer. >> the apple one is one of the few surviving units, home grown by steve jobs and steve was the -- between 1976 and 1977 and the jobs family garage. it just sold at auction for $400,000. that's actually well below the 600,000 it was expected to reach. it's a steal because the price includes a couple of pieces like a 1986 panasonic video monitor. only 200 were made. >> i'm surprised. i thought it would go for more. >> $400,000. still a heft, y surprise. >> piece of history. 45:26 is the time. and streaming on cbsn bay area. the rise in americans less concerned about coronavirus and how it's affecting their every day lives. and the people least likely to get a booster dose in the united states as the
right now, the covid outbreak causing cal to postpone it's weekend game against usc. and the plan under consideration to address a shortage in san francisco. and the fate of a controversial statue in san jose is decided after a long discussion in the community. >> and the big quart erwin for the committee investigating the january riot. good morning. it's wednesday, november 10th. good morning to you. so glad to have you with us. let's get a first check of traffic and weather. it's a foggy start this morning. >> be careful on the roadways. you will have the latest on
that but dense fog as we start off the day and even a little bit of drizzle. thick fog there and six miles along the coast of half moon bay. we will see sun as we head through the afternoon. clearing as we go through our day. just to show you that we are going to see the clearing and sun. high pressure builds in. the start of a drying trend for us with quieter conditions. there are locations getting a little bit of drizzle. >> i will have it on highway 1. we are seeing that at the bay bridge. no metering lights just yet but a lot more cars making the trek
into san francisco. heads up. if you are traveling out and about. we are dealing a lot of fog this morning. keeping a close eye on 101 through areas. traffic is quiet there. if you are taking highway 1 near half moon bay, limited visibility. we are tracking the brake rights in to the pass. it's busy for super commuters. if are you going out of tracy from 205 onto 580. sluggish, about 45 minutes from # 05 to 680. the live news desk. new video of nancy pelosi speaking of that big climate change in scotland. here it is. >> america is back. our president was here. he had -- there were many -- successes that were achieved in collaboration, not dictation but in collaboration with other countries. many of whom were ahead of us because we had of course the
dark period of four years. proceeding the president's -- president's adni >> a large portion of that would go toward helping fight climate change. we will stay on top of it. this morning the health department said the football team didn't follow covid protocols. >> there are 44 people on the team with covid19. though the team has a 99% vaccination rate. the berkeley health department said the team is responsible for this widespread outbreak.
>> it's just challenging. >> that is the athletic director. the team didn er procolwhent comes to covid saying coaches and ayers or wear a mark while inside. players and coaches frustrated all of this. it seems to center around confusion between the city of berkeley and the university health services testing policy of testing vaccinated players. many players going on social media, chase garber wrote we have worked to hard to have someone take this all way from us. it is wrong. we deserve answers and transparent communication. that game has been rescheduled to saturday, december 4th. >> we are live in berkeley. happening today superheros and a red carpet.
>> that's what one san mateo clinic is using to help kids feel more comfortable as they get their shot. the push to encourage child vaccinations. this does seem like a sweet idea to get kids not so scared of getting the shot the. >> that's right. it's an effort to distract them as they are getting the shot. the vaccine was authorized for five to 11-year-old's about a week ago and counties throughout the bay area continued their push to get more kids in the age group vaccinated. this as the state seeing the increase in cases. it'll have heroes, friendly characters, just to greet kids and help distract them. that was first held last weekend where hundreds of kids got their shots. appointments held up quickly. they have appointments starting today at 2:40 p.m. through saturday. as a reminder five to 11-year-
old's will be getting the pfizer vaccine. it's a third of the dose authorized for those 12 and older. it's two doses three weeks apart. in addition to health experts, encouraging parents to get kids vaccinated this retalking booster shots. this is approaching the holidays and cases are already starting to rise. the governor encouraged people to get their boosters as the state tries to avoid seeing the grim weeks we saw last winter. >> positive rate this year. last year, case rates, case rates. 3,900. 4,000 verses five. positive rate was in a margin of error. already starting to see hospitalizations go back up. icu's. the winter surge. that is why i cannot impress you more. get that booster shot. >> appointments filled up fast last weekend. this morning on my turn we saw appointments available for today starting at 2:42 p.m. this is at the san mateo county
executive privilege over hundreds of documents. that includes call logs, schedules and handwritten notes from the chief of staff at the time. the national archives is on track to turnover the documents on friday. time for your money watch report. door dash is expanding its delivery empire and the top budget conscious spots to toast thanksgiving this year. that's a mouthful. we are live from the new york stock exchange. good morning. >> good morning. you handled that thanksgiving tongue twister. i like it. let's start it. one food delivery company is knocking on the door of another. door dash said that it's buying a european based delivery platform. the deal is worth more than $8 billion. while door dash gained more ground with people ordering in, it did loose $101 million in its latest quarter. a former employee at hyundai is getting $24 million as a whistle blow ear ward. it's the first payment of it's
kind. the whistle blower reported the company failed to address a design flaw in an engine that could lead to fires in a number of models. americans piled on more debt in the third quarter. according to a new report, household debt topped 15 trillon dollars between july and september of this year. home loans bed for the large effort portion. you have a list of the top destinations to celebrate thanksgiving on a budget. you got me there. where are we headed this year? >> tighten your wallets and pack your bags. the study by wallet hub put atlanta in the top spot it. was second in scottsdale arizona. rounded out the top three. you may not have to go far. san francisco was number 31 on the list. the personal finance site compared 20 key metrics like thanksgiving dinner costs, number of holiday decorations and weather forecasts. there you have it. >> be in the top two spots for
the holidays. even of you have been checking my credit card receipt. >> look at you. okay. going to have a good time for holidays. i think people want to get anywhere this year, right? >> post picks. >> say it one more time. >> they want to go anywhere. >> they have been blocked down. >> that's right. exactly. let's go. let's go. wheels up. >> diane. >> we will see you at 6:30. it is now 5:41. coming up,. >> the reward coming to macy's retailers. and the tax rule change affecting those who use venmo, pay pal and other payment apps. it's a great start to the day with areas of fog, even a little bit of drizzle. temperatures in the mid to upper 50's to low 60's. we will see the sunshine this
time for the national park system's free admission day happening tomorrow. what a difference a year makes when it comes to monarchs. >> it's one of the largest in the country and last year it didn't see a single butterfly over the winter. this year there are thousands, look at that last weekend. more than 13,000 western monarchs were counted. that's up by more than 4,000 just a week ago. peak season hits between late november and early december. we still have several weeks to go. we can expect more. i think they were just quarantining last year. >> they were on lockdown. >> that's what they are doing. >> they were beautiful to look at. >> you were read that story. amazing. >> for sure. let's talk at the weather because it'll be a beautiful day ahead. we are looking at foggy conditions. little bit of drizzle as well this morning. we will catch that clearing as
we head through the afternoon. looking at our treasure island camera. looking at the bay bridge. you can see that fog out there this morning. now let's show you the temperatures. we are in the mid to upper 50's to low 60's at this hour. grab that jacket as you head out the door. we are looking at that dense fog. especially for -- you have been changing from near zero to about a quarter mile but dense fog this morning. three miles in santa rosa. morning fog. little bit of patchy drizzle in spots. it's a gray start to the day with the low clouds. through the afternoon we will catch that clearing and sunshine as high pressure builds in. it's highs in the 60's this afternoon. let's walk you through the day in san francisco and what to expect as we are looking at highs in the mid-60s's with the sunshine. oakland, good morning to you. east bayshore line. highs in the mid-60s's with that sun. the south bay. san jose. looking great. pleasant weather in the upper 60's with that sun. here is that strong ridge of high pressure and that will be
the dominant weather feature through the week. dryer today and actually through the rest of the workweek and in to the weekend. taking you hour by hour in future cast and you can see by lunchtime we are looking at that sunshine. plenty of sun as we head through the afternoon. don't forget the sunglasses for today. sunrise at 6:44 and the sunset at 50 -- checking daytime highs we are looking at low 60's along the coast. peninsula, mid6o's. 65 san m, ateo. for the south bay mainly in the mid to upper 60's. campbell and -- for san jose. as we look to the inland east bay, 67 concord, 68 pleasant hill. brentwood and for the tri valley. 67 in dublin, livermore. around the bay, 63 in daley city.
66 for ukia. the veteran's day forecast. great weather as we honor and celebrate the veterans. low to mid-60s's. upper 60's and low 70's with the sunshine inland. seven day forecast, san francisco, oakland and san jose. there we go with the dry and quiet conditions settling in to this quiet weather pattern over the next several days. you can see inland east bay and for the coast slowly warming up to the workweek and into the weekend. still looking dry into early next week. >> let's check in with gianna. we have the foggy conditions and a little bit of drizzle. i have my wind shield wipers on. that may be the case as you hit the roadways. i will say this. it's a decent commute. you head through the peninsula. if those are your routes. you are good to go. where we are starting to see all the slow and go conditions are the typical hot spots. one in the bay bridge, making slower than usual.
a broken down vehicle around treasure islands. heading in to san francisco. are you looking about a 14 minute drive to go from the maze into the city. look at that with the metering lights. just getting flipped on. you can see all that back up building. we are seeing things getting crowded across the east shore freeway. the pass, busy here also. speeds dipping down about eight miles an hour. that's sluggish out of tracy. onto 580. you will stay slow to north flynn and then get a break and then see things get crowded again. here say live look this is west of there. 580, 680 dublin. also this morning, your travel time officially in the red zone. 48 minutes to go from 205 toward 680. still looking good on highway 4 if that's your freeway. 33 minutes antioch over to 80. let's look at some of the bay area bridges as well as the golden gate bridge.
things looking good here. highway 1 along the coast. for the 5th year the bay area can claim the most expensive zip code in the country. >> that's according to property shark in marin. it hit a new record median home sales price of # $.45 million. increase of 7% year over year. san francisco ranged the most expensive zip codes of any city. i'm aware of that trying purchase a home now. macy's is raising its wages. the company announced its boosting minimum bay to $15 an hour by next may. the move is in abhijit effort to attract and maintain employees. it's launching a tuition benefit program. the company will cover 100% of tuition, books and fees for
college and other education options. the irs may be looking more closely at your accounts. it now requires electronic payment apps to report such transactions if they to thel more than $6 million a year. you have always been required to pay tax on those. now the irs may know if you don't. >> keeping track of them. >> be careful. next on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. >> nothing completes a trip to the movies quite like a bucket of popcorn. how amc is trying to make it easy to recreate the experience. and why nasa is now delaying its goal of landing humans on the moon and just a couple of years. and coming up today on the drew barrymore show. hear from king richard stars, that's all today at two on kpix5. don't forget to check out cbs
kiosks. the first five shops are set to open in early 2022 with more being added by the end offed year. >> wouldn't it be cold by the time you get home? >> yeah. will they have the fresh butter? >> so many questions. we will be writing later. > nasa pushing back the goal of landing humans on the moon in 2024. >> instead it'll be 2025 at the earliest. they briefed reporters on the updated timeline for the artemis moon program. he said they lost nearly seven months in dealing litigation. they sued after it gave the full contract to build the human landing system instead of funding both companies. a court ruled friday nasa could proceed with space x. we are talking robots. peanut and lola are the latest hires at this restaurant in connecticut.
human wait staff will greet and you take your order but they will do all of the heavy lifting. some of the first customers to experience them say they are excited by the idea. >> it was really convenient. >> it's pretty cool. it's really interesting. >> and don't worry all of the tips will go to their human counterparts. is it -- do they look creepy? >> i'm not a big fan. i feel like being a waitress or waiter the thing have you to worry about the most is getting all the plates on the arms. i was good to go. i'm always impressed with the human wait staff. >> yes. changing the game for sure. we are in a different world. it's 5:56. the next half hour and streaming on cbsn bay area. >> a worse covid outbreak derailing a game. we are live from the cal campus with the football fall out. and the attempt to sweeten the deal. the special clinic in san mateo
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talk to your pharmacist or doctor about protecting yourself with shingrix. shingles doesn't care. but we do. a big rival football game postponed this weekend. i'm justin andrews. why health officials are blaming the team for this outbreak. and a county on the peninsula opening up a vaccination clinic like you have never seen. how it's making sure kids won't feel scared to roll up their sleeves. and what is going on in san francisco? a new look at the city's car break-in epidemic and the eye opening numbers. and later a special donation from dove nation. good morning to you. it's wednesday, november 10th. >> we have everything that you need to know before you head