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targeting mostly older woman. traci grant is live in vallejo where police are asking the public to help identify the suspects. tracy. >> reporter: tom, it was around this time of day on friday when the most recent incident took place. marina tower is a gated senior retirement community. according to police, the woman who was robbed could sense that something was wrong. she just couldn't get inside the gate in time. >> i don't feel it's terribly safe area anymore. it's not val yo like it used to be. >> this video proves that point. a woman attacked as she walks to her home on nantucket and main. a gang of three girls between 16 and 18 years old punch, push and shove her trying to steal her purse. one girl.
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>> i am surprised. i'm very surprised, because, you know, it looks like it's very quiet. >> reporter: vallejo police say it happened four times in each week. there was an older model gray car similar to this one on sacramento. a woman walking from the bus stop on friday thought the car looked suspicious and she had to hurry inside the gate. >> robbing and hitting, they should be punished. >> reporter: with the exception of a 13-year-old girl whose backpack was stolen, the victims are in their 50s walking alone. judy found out one of the robberies took place at 4:00 p.m. >> i never walk around that late. i do it around, noon, 1:00, 2:00. >> reporter: you wouldn't walk around at 4:00 in the afternoon? >> no, i've seen some of the people loitering around. >> reporter: police say these girls aren't really getting much
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money out of these robberies, but they are managing to injure all of these victims. vallejo police are pleading with the public asking if anything about this video looks familiar, the car, the girls, the clothing, they need you to call the vallejo police department. live in vallejo, traci grant, "nbc bay area news." >> hopefully they put a stop to it quickly. oakland police may send a bill to the owner of a halloween event where people were shot. about 600 people turned out for a halloween dance party billed as the biggest college party in the bay. nine people were injured when a gunman opened fire inside that event. investigators say the promoter never took out a required permit with the police. >> we're going to contact the promoter and inquire why this didn't happen, and also we're going to look at charging the promoter for police services rendered that night. >> scares me to death, to death. you can't go out and party.
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you can't have fun without getting shot. what's up with na? >> reporter: police say all nine injuries non-life-threateni non-life-threatening. a child and her grandfather were shot and wounded wounded lt because they were caught in gang gunfire. investigators say despite the grandfather's attempts to shield the child's body with his own, the girl was hit several times. the grandfather was shot one, and the 20-year-old man was hit several times. all three are expected to recover. arizona's controversial immigration law turns the attention to the streets of san francisco today. a ninth circuit court of appeals heard arguments from both sides today. he was inside the courtroom with judges and outside with protestors and supporters of the law.
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>> reporter: hundreds of protestors blocked the street in front of the federal courthouse. they were met by supporters of arizona's controversial immigration law. inside a rare look at the proceedings of the ninth circuit. three judges firing off questions to the lawyer defending the law. >> how can we turn that around and agree with you? >> reporter: they they not went after the government lawyer who is asking the judges to overturn key provisions of the law, including whether police officers have a right to ask for a green card or whether it should be a state crime if noncitizens don't care immigration documents. >> i've read your brief, i read the district court, i've heard your interchange with my two colleagues, and i don't understand your arguments. >> reporter: the judges were thorough, stern and inquisitive, but they showed a lighter side.
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>> i agree with you. i don't but -- but i say i agree with you. >> it was quite obvious to me as i'm sure it was to you that the judges certainly had -- did their homework. they asked very interesting questions. >> reporter: there's no telling when the three-judge panel will issue its ruling, butt most erch here at ninth circuit agrees there will be no clear-cut winner. the judges hinted they may keep some of the provisions in place and eliminate others, and the battle outside the courtroom will continue. "nbc bay area news." the man accused the revenge beating of a south bay priest is going after the vatican. tonight we learn that 44-year-old william lynch filed a negligence lawsuit against the vatican in an oakland district court last wednesday. two days later he skrerurrendero police over allegations he retarred the reverend.
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he claims the priest molested him and his brother in the '70s. they received a settlement in 1998. the new suit alleges the vatican was liable because linder was an employee of the global church. prosecutors call them vermin. they're tried to collect vict benefits from the victims of san bruno pipeline explosion. the latest is angela wise who claimed to live in a downstairs unit. it turns out the home had no such unit. jacqueline turner raised suspicions when she was asked about her needs. her answer, i need everything you got. investigators expect to find more alleged i am posters. san francisco school leaders are offering amnesty to parents that lied about living in the city. the chronicle reports the board found 200 students and kicked
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them out of the school and fined the parents up to $4500. now the district is giving our schools laws until november 20th to come forward. the child will fin irout the semester and will not pay the fine. at least the parents won't. a case involving stanford is taking stra stage in u.s. district court. they heard arguments must go to the university where the inventor works. that is for roche after they used technology to collect hiv levels discovered by a stanford researcher. the company also has a contractor with inventor. the giants one win away now from bringing home a world series title to this city for the first time in its history. >> that sounds good. here's a live look at civic center plaza in san francisco where fans are watching game five right now. raj is at the rangers stadium at
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this moment. we'll have an update coming up. let's continue in the meantime, governor stwarz spent his election eve fighting prop 27, the measure to give politicians control over the size and shape of congressional districts. schwarzenegger reminded a crowd in southern california that the vors siet up the independent commission two years ago when they approved prop 11. >> it took the power to draw the state legislative lines away from the political parties, to give it to an independent commission, basically giving back the power to the people of california. of course, the power and the political parties hated it. >> schwarzenegger says it would have the affect to draw legislative boundaries to career politicians with their own ideas in mind. schwarzenegger is not the only politician hitting the campaign trail. still ahead, we'll look at some of the underdogs in the senate
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and governor's race as we look at jerry brown getting ready to take the podium at a live event. the underdog is it still hoping for a win tonight. now hiring. an east coast company is bringing hundreds of jobs to the west coast. how many are here in the bay area, and what it may take to land that gig. good evening. chief meteorologist here, and a warm day with temperatures above average. still holding onto low 70s in the east and south bay. tonight, clear and cool. dropping into the 50s for those of you in the south bay, and coming up, whehave t latest on vetomorrow. urher tomorrow. i know many of you see this election as an unhappy choice between a longtime politician
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with no plan for the future and a billionaire with no government experience. well, let me tell you my story. my husband and i came here as newlyweds. we raised our family here and the california dream came true for me in ways i could never have imagined. now i'm running for governor to restore the california dream for everyone. i'm not a career politician or a hollywood star. i'm from silicon valley, where i created thousands of jobs at ebay. as governor, i'll do something that's been missing from california politics for far too long. i'll treat you like grownups, tell it to you straight, and offer a practical plan forward. these are scary times and i know that cleaning up sacramento won't be easy. our problems are tough, but so am i. if you want more of the same from sacramento, then vote for my opponent. but if you want to get california moving again, i'm ready. are you?
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police hope the public will come forward about information about a dog snatched from her owner in daylight. she was walking her joshg shir
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terrier named deuce and they acted like they had a gun and demanded the purse and the dog. she said the men ripped the dog and purse from her hands. police say deuce is implanted with an identifying microchip. well, the trial of three u.s. hikers facing charges in iran has been poeps ponied. tonight iranian authorities say it cannot be begin into sarah shourd is summoned to court. her fiance and their friend remain in prison. their trial was expected to begin saturday. no new date has been set, and iranian authorities have not revealed when shourd will be summoned. the berkeley grads were arrested while they were hiking near the iranian border. new jobs are headed to the bay area. our business and tech reporter scott budman is here with a look. scott. >> many jobs on their way where
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they're badly needed. the east coast glassmaker made the announce today. four season home products will hire 1,000 workers on the west coast over the next fife years, and 300 are ear mamarked for th east bay. they plan to expand their headquarters in un city. >> we understand that the economy here is at an all-time low, and to be able to give jobs in assembly and manufacturing and factory, we think that would be a good support for this economy. >> in fact, the company says 60% of those new jobs will be in manufacturi manufacturing. the rest will be in markets and administration. they're known for patios and doors and worked on across the country with new workers soon to be hired here in the bay area. when it it comes to computer speed, the u.s. has been left in the dust. the record for the world's
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computer has been shat tered by the japanese. it can make roughly 2500 trillion calculations per second. people are talking about it. it's making google's top trends list today. a former college student convicted the hacking sarah palin's e-mail during the 2008 campaign is asking for probation. federal prosecutors are recommending an 18-month prison term for david who is attending the university of tennessee at that time. his attorney believes the probation is justified citing the 22-year-old's age. the former alaskan governor and her daughter bristol testified it caused them emotional hardship. they convicted him in april, and his sentencing is set for november 12th in knoxville. teens are burning the midnight oil but they're not doing homework but texting and chapting with friends.
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it's a bad habit to leave them burned out the next day. erica edwards has more. >> reporter: when it's lights out for teens, their cell phones light up. they're sending texts when they should be sleeping. >> as few as 30 and even to as many as 100 an even or 3,000 in a month. >> reporter: this doctor the jfk medical center in new jersey surveyed 40 kids and teens. it was a small sample of students, but late night texting has the potential to translate into big problems during the day. in addition to general fatigue, the kids were more likely to suffer from anxiety, depression, adhd and learning difficulties. >> this is cumulative sleep debt, which is very difficult to pay back. >> reporter: more than three-quarters said they had trouble sleeping at night. >> unless you take the cell phone away from the child, they
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are -- they really have the freedom to do whatever they want whenever they want. >> reporter: if it's healthy kids we want, they should trade in the lols for some zs. a new facebook app is letting you get on the fun of beer trend without the fuss of glowing a beard. a slew of facebook people are adding a beard. it's called a beardifier. will such a wil guy. he beardified himself. it's made by the guys that did the alf yourself campaign last christmas season. search for fear the beard, and now you can fear will. you beardify yourself. >> jeff is here to maybe senti
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fy us. >> was it like a gun kind of morphing thing too. we have quite the guns there. >> those are real. >> look at the temperatures today. anyways, let's move on. low to mid-70s here, 75 in san jose and 75 in livermore and low to mid-70s from san raphael to santa rosa. right now we're clear and the sun scatterets on san francisco. the giants, you know, fever right in the atmosphere tonight. 69 degrees, winds northwest at 8 miles per hour. the wind out of the northwest dries out the lower level and cleared out the fog near the coastline. we're watching a system out here offshore. it's this cold front, and while it is getting closer that, cold front is moving off to the north and dissipating. we stay warm here with high
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pressure starting to build in. that will keep temperatures going up each and every day until mid-week. for the south bay as we head through tonight, clear skies at 11:00 p.m. by 6 a.m. looking at clear conditions and sunny skies and close to 70 for tomorrow. most areas in the mid to upper 60s before tuesday. you can see we will warm up close to 70 here to livermore and back it to gilroy. if you do traveling delays, watch out in dallas and houston. we have a complex of storms from houston to new orleans. right now it is dry just outside of dallas where giants are playing. otherwise coming up in the seven-day forecast, we have details on weekend showers that will be returning. back to you. >> thanks, jeff. the supreme court will hear arguments tomorrow on california's attempt to ban the sale of violent video games to minors. it has faced legal changes since
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it was signed into law from 2005. patrick healey from our los angeles station has more. >> reporter: violent m-rated stuff like this the game sti itself recognizing should not be sold to minors, but many believe the voluntary rating enforcement should carry the force of law, including this mom. >> i think it should be under control and not available for everyone to purchase. >> reporter: five years ago that star of many a violent film turned governor arnold schwarzenegger signed a law prohibiting it to anyone under 17. the industry immediately challenged it in court on first amendment grounds and got it overturned. >> it's in the eye of the behold early standard. >> reporter: the video game attorney spoke to us via skype from seattle. >> they're saying violent video games need to be regulated like
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pornography. violent books are not regulated, violent films are not regulated. >> there's a great potential for harm of use when they're viewing sexually explicit content. >> reporter: he argues that violent video games are akin to obscenity and more violent than other media. >> you're not watching "scarface" or "the godfather" and stuff like. >> they acknowledge the own data shows industry compliance with the voluntary rating is 81% overall. allotted game stop is 100% compliant in the most recent survey. he says voluntary is not enough. in los angeles, patrick healey. the justice league. it must have been busy today. the problem that meant thousands of people couldn't get tickets to the hottest comic book
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convention in the year.
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the big event is still eight months away. it's set for july in san diego, so another week shouldn't make too big a difference. no one likes a disturbance in the force i'm sure. we're looking for no disturbance in the force tonight as the giants are one win away from bringing home the world series. >> let's go live to the civic center plaza in san francisco. fans there under the fog watching game five under a big screen. city hall is under the background in an original glow. >> there are hundreds of people there watching the game and trying to feel connected to it.
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some want to see them clinch at a it t and t park. others want them to win it tonight and start partying. raj mathai is at the ballpark in arlington right now. >> the story isn't about the millionaires or about the president. it's about the vips you don't know. who's worthy of a police escort to the world series? >> i'm kelly duca and work for guest services. >> ken logan, senior member of i.t. >> reporter: the secretaries, ushers, field crew and all the people in between. >> we're all in it together. we all know it takes everyone to make this happen. >> the players came through the offices rile before the phillies series thanking us for our support. it is a team effort all the way from the team, team xempl fis the front office. >> reporter: close to 800
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workers flew on planes and the state of texas has a heavy dose of orange and black. all this vip treatment ends the moments they enter the paul bark. they're on the upper deck. this is the loudest section of the entire ballpark, right, guys? the enthusiasm for the giants has not changed, nor has the wait. 52 years since their last parade, the one that welcomed them to san francisco. i'm raj mathai, nbc bay area. >> the people behind the scenes deserve it just as much. >> that's for sure. looks like they're getting the royal treatment. >> probably not from the fans in texas, though. >> but the perks they get. >> charter flight. they're the front-runners for two of california's most important positions, and they just amped up an audience of supporters. we'll go live to the boxer/brown
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senator barbara boxer in fight for her life, and jerry brown, the democrat for governor. barbara was wearing her giants orange using the sports analogy to win votes. >> when i started out in politics, i was 6 feet tall, but those special interests having pounding on me and pounding on me. i want to tell you something, oakland. you're the key. you're the key to sending me back to fight for the middle class, to fight for jobs, to fight for these carpenters, to put them back to work. to stand up against the special interests, and here's what's really exciting, you know. the san francisco giants are on -- they're on track to beat the texas rangers. and we are on track to beat the texas polluters who backed my opponent. >> reporter: and, of course, jerry brown had a lot to say.
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he says he's the tell it like it is candidate, and he also talked about meg whitman a little bit. he's here in his home stoun stumping for a vote. they hope the voters come out foam in big numbers. i'm cheryl hurd, number "bay area news." >> they're almost to the finish line now, and carly fiorina made his third stop in the last five days. she's trying to energize her campaign wus last day. fiorina ntwen o to declare we're going to have a great victory in less than 36 hours. for her part meg whitman was soe sounding optimistic saying her internal polls put her in a dead meet with jerry brown. she finished hundreds of miles
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away hitting several campaign headquarters in southern california. both carly fiorina and meg whitman are running largely on their success at business leaders. what do their former workers think of them? scott budman found some honest reviews. >> if you give me the honor of being your next governor. >> reporter: we've seen the rallies and heard the ads. >> i'm carly fiorina, and a proved this message. >> with fiorina and whitman making the move from business to politics, one thing has largely been missing. the voices of their co-workers. >> this is what people have to say about their experience within the organization. >> reporter: is a website devoted to reputation. it has recently seen a lot of ratings about these two former ceos. >> meg whitman and carli fiorina
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are trying to take the jump to take that reputation and using that as a rationale for why they would be good governmental leaders. >> reporter: a lot of people take the time to comment on what it was like to work for them, away from the canned speeches and tv spots, this might be the purest endorsement or criticisms you can find about the candidates. >> we see some people who had a low opinion of her performance when they worked with her at ebay. we have some folks who have nothing but amazing things to say about her and her abilities as a leader. >> they're running on the business success. here's a way to find out what people inside the office have to say about them. scott budman, "nbc bay area news." >> larry joins us now. this is more of a show of i've got the stamina to finish this thing. it would seem the die is cast into this weekend, wouldn't you
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think? >> it's purely get out the vote. for the democrats it's critical, much more than for the republicans. we've heard about the enthusiasm gap this year. the democrats are working hard to get it out, close it up, and nail down as many seats as they can. >> the last polls were field polls in the race for governor and u.s. senate. both of the trailing candidates who would be whitman and fiorina saying no, no, no. don't believe that. our internal polls say we're neck and neck. what do you think? >> you can't let your supporters down. democrats have done in nationally in washington, all day long. our polls show we're neck and neck. you do this because you want to make sure that you get as many of your voters out as possible, but you don't want to risk other seats down the line. it's very important to get that get out of vote going as much as possible. >> we're going to analyze how these campaigns were run for a long time after this election.
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have you seen any surprises when we're looking at the key races in this state? the biggest surprise for me, tom, has been the way carly fiorina has run her campaign. fiorina stayed on the right and tried to frame barbara boxer as the candidate to be pushed out without really framing herself very well. that allowed boxer to come off fiorina, and now the center is up for grabs. >> if the polls are accurate, we can assume there's a republican majority in the house. the senate looks good for the republicans as well. if that's the case, do we have a logjam in washington for the next two years, or are we likely to see more get down because there has to be xwroe miz. >> a lot depending on the leadership of both parties. it can go either way and you can have gridlock or cooperation to make each side look good for 2012. let's remember one thing.
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if republicans come out ahead, as some people say, you're going to have now a real visible target for the president. no longer can the republicans be the party of no. they have to be the party with a platform. that will allow obama to engage with them in ways he hasn't been able to the last couple years. >> midterm losses helped bill clinton in his re-election bid. >> he won re-election. >> we'll see you tomorrow. count on "nbc bay area news" for complete election coverage. at 8:00 p.m. when the polls close we will kwe begin conch o channel 11-2. at 9:00 right here on nbc bay area, the nbc news political team begins its coverage of the national races followed by a special 11:00 p.m. broadcast with our complete bay area and california election coverage. lawyers for a california man who pleaded guilty about getting a military medal are making an interesting argument.
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they say falsehood sometimes has value. to argue that falsehoods can spur the search for truth. it's schal leng the the valor act and the other challenge is in colorado. some tense exchanges today in a washington, d.c. courtroom as gary condit refused to answer certain questions in the murder trial of shand chand ra levy. he refused to answer saying he was entitled to privacy. he talked about the last time he saw her and how he was trying to help her get a job. prosecutors admit they lost time in their 2001 investigation because they focus odd condit as a suspect overlooking the man now on trial. alcohol worse than cocaine
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and heroin. they've made you laugh for years. we have pry view ahead of the women of "snl" reunion. good evening. chief meteorologist. a great start to our week as well. temperatures in the low to mid-70s from the coast right down to thenouth bay with san jose at 75 currently, dropping off into the 60s. coming up tomorrow more clear and sunny weather for voting or. . @
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now that the city council members are out of jail, will enough appear at city hall tonight to conduct a meeting? by law at least three of the four remaining bell city council members must be present to conduct city business. three of the members are among eight current and former bell officials charged with looting the city of more than $3 $5 miln to inflate their salaries and benefits.
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on the agenda tonight debate about a recall election to remove four of the five members. drives could pay more for parking tickets in san francisco. the state budget signed by governor schwarzenegger includes a $3 surcharge on parking penalties to pay for court costs and obligations. now the city must tack on on extra $3 per ticket. that's a $3 million hit to the san francisco municipal agency this fiscal year. budget problems have forced that agency to cut services and increase fares. alcohol worse than heroin or crack? a new study says drink sg more dangerous than 20 other drugs. researchers say it's because it's so widely used and has major impact on society because of deadly drunk driving accidents. it found that alcohol, heroin and crack were the most harmful
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to other people while heroin, crack and methamphetamine for the most harmful. we have a tease here in game five. >> did we expect anything else? it is the giants after all. they should clench today, but they can't make it easy. in honor of tonight we go back to 1954 the last time the giants were king. they're rookies, but you'd never know it by watching this postseason. the randy moss air ray in minnesota is over again. confused in you're not alone. we have the latest in sports. good evening. giants orange covering the bay area tonight. we'll have details on the clear and cool skies coming right up.
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a show with one of the longest legacies in television is taking time to honor women that made us laugh for years. tonight "saturday night live" looks back at the contribution of female cast members with the women of "snl." mark barger has a preview. >> my feet swell, my gumbs are bleeding, my sinuses are clogged, i have heartburn, i'm cranky and have gas. >> reporter: in the early days it was gilda radner. >> you sound like a real attractive guy. >> these days it's kristen wiig.
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for 30-plus years in between women have made their mark on "saturday night live." >> whether i was in the show, i was always appreciating i can't believe i'm here. >> many of the female stars. >> nora dunn, lorraine newman, tina fey, molly shannon. >> they got together to shot a two-hour special that airs monday night. in some cases it was a reunion. for others it was a chance to see women from different eras of the show. >> there's something about it that just feels like holy moly. i can't believe i'm part of this group. >> if the performers are separated by time. >> my favorite character of all time is mary katherine gallagher. >> they're forever linked by having lived life in a pressure cooker. >> only people on "snl" can truly understand the emotional strek trum involved with the
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show. >> it's not only the journey that binds the women of "snl." >> i love being here. this is my home, really. >> it's also the laughter. >> i can see russia from my house. >> mark barger, nbc news. >> you can watch the women of "snl" starting at 9:00 right here on nbc bay area followed by "nbc bay area news" at 11:00, of course. we'll look at the weather right now. a nice forecast for most of the rest of the week. >> certainly. warming up, kind of unseasonably warm out there. mother nature in the giants spirit right now with orange all across the bay area, you guys. 69 degrees right now. winds northwest at 8 miles per hour. that wind out of the northwest is all it it takes, and it clears that fog out here across the coastline of the san francisco bay. that's what happened today, and we also have warming aloft. temperatures right now are comfortable out there and 69 in san mateo and currently 72 in
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livermore. with clear skies tonight, temperatures cool off with plenty of 40s from the coast to the inland spots. tomorrow on election day, no excuses for not getting out to the poll when is t it comes to e weather. right now the pattern looks active on the satellite loop. we have a system out here pushing throughout washington and also oregon, but that cold front is going to continue to head to the north and it's going to dissipate over the next 12 to 18 hours for us. high pressure is going to move in at the right spot to keep you warm here across the bay area for tuesday and wednesday. for tomorrow that means temperatures inland going up to the upper 70s. comfortable and nice for october. for wednesday it stays warm and also clear. let's look at the east bay at 6:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. temperatures near 50 degrees, and by 11:00 a.m. sunny skies and 65. looking good on voting day again tomorrow on tuesday. as you wake up tomorrow morning, temperatures in the mid to upper
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50s throughout the east bay. as for tomorrow on our tuesday, 79 in evergreen, 77 in san jose, and right up the peninsula temperatures in the low to mid-70s from redwood city to san mateo for san francisco and 76 in oakland and right into the north way we look at temperatures in the mid to upper 70s. morning time on the weather channel on cable. you can see in our seven-day forecast, it stays sunny and dry and gets warm. low 80s inland wednesday and thursday. upper 60s and low 70s at the coast wensd and thursday, too. into sunday it looks like a chance of showers, but overall the next three days looks like nice parade weather out there. >> wednesday especially. >> just saying. >> you can say it now, jeff. >> i'm watching the game right now.
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there's a lot of exciting stuff going on right now. do we have a bit of history on the horizon for bay area sports? we'll know the answer for the next couple of hours as the giants try to close out the rangers in game five bringing a world series title to san francisco for the first time since they moved to the bay area in 1958. while a championship would be something new for the city, it's not new to the franchise. back when they hailed from new york they won the series in 1954 when they swept the cleveland indians pulling off the upset against the heavily favored american league champ. that's when willie mays made the catch, and dusty rose was clutch at the plate. the giants wrapped up that series on october 2nd at cleveland stadium. happening 56 years ago? marilyn monroe married joe dimaggio. how about this? a half gallon of milk cost you a
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mesley 45 cents. for the giants it's all about youth. we're fatalking about a pair of rookies that look like experienced veterans. with madison bum gartner and buster posey on board, the giants should get used to playing in october. the 21-year-old lefty stunned the rangers in the game four win. posy hit his first home run of the postseason giving san francisco a little insurance. this is impressive stuff for any player on this stage, but especially for a pair of guys not with the team back in may. >> i think it's probably a little bit hard for some people to believe. i think we both have confidence in what we're doing. if you don't, i don't think you're going to be successful. so for you, yeah, you got to expect you're going to do it. >> i mean, we didn't expect this in my wildest dreams, but i'm definitely to be here and
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blessed to have have opportunity. the long, strange saga that's the life of randy moss took another bizarre twist today. just one month and one day after gushing about how much he misses new england, moss is unxemploye. i wonder why? they waived the controversial receiver today as they sent a third-round pick to the patriots to get him. brad childress told his players this morning that moss is no longer with the team. then he failed to mention it during his press conference. weird things are going on in minnesota. moss hasn't appeared on the wire yet. if no team claims him once he does, which is unlikely, moss will become a free agent. stay tuned, will you? if the offense keeps going like it's been, they don't need him. yesterday at the coliseum the raiders won the second straight game for the first time in over two seasons and jason campbell continues to impress.
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the silver and black put up 500 yards of total offense for the second week in a room helping the raiders outscore their opponent. they like where they're headed. >> this team is learning how to come together as a team and be a unit. it won't always be pretty. >> it feels good to see things start to come together, and we start to play complimentary football. >> yesterday's win did not come without a loss. how about of a loss still remains to be seen. he went down in the fourth quarter with an ankle sprain and had an mri today. it's a high ankle sprain which is not what the raiders wanted to hear. no word on how long he could be out, but sunday's clash with the chiefs is in serious doubt at this point. the 17,000-mile journey is finally xla. the 49ers spent last week in
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london. it's a very long 11-hour plane ride back to southern california, but thanks to sunday's outcome it was easier to take. american football went european yesterday with jerry rice serving as a honorary captain. in the second troy smith took over. the former third string quarterback led san francisco to 21 points in the fourth quarter. through for 197 yards and a touchdown and ran for another. as a result, mike singletary's crew got back in the win column with their second victory of season. >> the people here in london are incredible people. some of the most cordial people you'll ever meet. i've done nothing but have a great time since i've been here. the fans love united states football just as much as we do. >> wings make everything so much better. >> they sure do. speaking of which, let's discuss the elephant in the room, laura.
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>> is it orange and black? what are you talking about? there we are down at the civic center. everybody is happy right now. it's 3-0. we're on the bottom -- >> it's 3-1. nelson cruz just hit a home run. >> maybe you need to stop talking about it. >> if things hold together, people, let's take care of our city. let's celebrate but take care of the city. >> let's celebrate during the parade. >> all right. >> still ahead, ditching the basketball shorts for one tight dress. the new video that nba starbeyo. does he look familiar to you? n, he finally came clean. what did you lie about when you were governor? it's all a lie. what did you lie about? you run for office and the assumption is, oh, i know what to do. you don't. i didn't have a plan for california. you say you are going to lower taxes. you're gonna put people to work.
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you're gonna improve the schools. you're gonna stop crime. crime is up. schools are worse. taxes are higher. i mean be real. i didn't have a plan for california. it's all a lie.
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tonight at 11:00, how far would you go to help the environment? how about drinking what you would otherwise be flushing? how the same lines to put a man on the moon bring a new idea down to earth on nbc bay area tonight at 11:00 right after the women of "snl" special. finally tonight you may be a little upset that this one hit the internet. take a look. ♪ >> do you recognize who that is? >> oh, boy. >> well, he's obviously dressed
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as a woman for mahalloween, but this is no women. he's belting out a little beyonce. the boston celtics star shaquille o'neal. now, there's a love shaq. >> he's actually kind of good at lip syncing. >> i think he knows the song very well. >> he does know it. this is a man who really needs the attention. >> oh, yeah. >> crying for it. no one is talking about him. >> he needs a lot of attention. shaq, maybe we'll play it at 11:00. >> and maybe not. >> we'll see you back here tonight at 11:00. >> don't say it. good night. ring ring ring ring
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