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good evening. thank you for joining us. i'm janelle wang in for raj math mathai. >> and i'm jessica aguirre. warriors star steph curry, there you see it, going down hard during last night's game. now the team says he has a broken hand and we're waiting to find out just how long he'll be missing from the lineup. fans and local businesses a little freaked out about what life there be like without steph. what they had to say about it. scott? >> reporter: as you can imagine, they say they want steph to get better and back here as soon as possible. they will continue to come to warrior games. when steph curry went down, the bay area held its breath. >> steph is such an icon. >> reporter: as steph himself post this had on instagram saying he'll be back soon. we caught up with fans who say the warriors will be okay despite the loss of the face of
the franchise. >> injuries happen every day in basketball, football, and sports, right. so you just have to deal with it, next man up, that's all i can say. >> it would be so weird to watch and him not being there. we all love him. he's such a good guy, too. >> reporter: doctors tell us the recovery time varies. steph could be out six weeks or more. >> the ligament, if he has to get that repaired could take 12 weeks just for the ligament to heal with physical therapy and during that time the muscles atrophy and things get weak. >> reporter: local businesses are not sweating it. they say they think fans will stay loyal and hungry. >> pretty scared about it but i know draymond will step up and all the other -- >> reporter: draymond is good for business? >> yes, he is.
>> the next three games are here. >> reporter: warriors fans will have a chance to see how the team sponsdz without steph curry. >> little ghosts and gop lynns on this halloween. there's a haunted house with people waiting in line. chief meteorologist jeff ranieri joins us now. jeff, should those little kids bring a coat tonight? >> it's going to get chel chill you might want to bring a jacket for the little ones. otherwise creepily clear skies, so to speak. that is great news tonight. the kincade fire, at least 60% contained. 61 here then down to the 50s and
by midnight for any of you late goers or if you're heading out to a party, air quality is a lot better today because of that fire containment. the bay, the coast, east bay and south bay. if it's too smoky you may need to limb your exposure. very nice as we head through the next couple of hours. a freeze warning, some isolated 20s. we'll have a full look at that hour by hour forecast to get you ready for your friday. >> police investigating a deadly shooting involving one of its officers. our sky ranger overhead earlier at the intersection of mckee and jackson. officers tell us they were responding to reports of a man with a gun.
robert handa one of the first reporters at the scene live. robert joins us. what have you learned in the last hour? >> reporter: it has been a hectic scene for the afternoon and into the evening but things have calmed down quite a bit. you can see the crime scene here at jackson avenue near mckee road is active. some neighbors are being allowed to leave. they were basically stuck inside when a swarm came in and cordoned off the neighborhood. they had responded to a report of a man with a gun. they said they heard of a man with a rifle who was confronted by police. >> it's unfortunate somebody was shot. if you walk around the streets with a gun, that's something
that you have to deal with. >> he told him to drop it and he didn't drop his gun. so they had to shoot him. for their protection and everybody else on the street. >> reporter: and, again, you can see investigators are still here around the scene where it took place at jackson avenue and mckee road. at this point police will only say that the mail suspect was taken to a hospital but died shortly afterwards. no police officers were injured. robert handa, nbc bay area news. >> thank you for the update. firefighters battling the kincade fire have stopped it from spreading any more tonight. containment is holding steady at 60% now. calmer winds are helping crews. so far the fire has chared nearly 77,000 acres.
282 structures destroyed, half of those are homes. another 33 homes damaged. more than 5,200 firefighters are on the frontline. cal fire hopes to have full containment. we want to check out the time lapse put together by our digital team that shows how fast the fire spread when it started eight days ago. it was northeast of geyserville and sunday exploded. we have the gusty winds. the fire quickly moved to healdsbu healdsburg, windsor and near the city of santa rosa. all the circles on the map represent the hot spots, areas where new fires flared up and the fire was most active each day. fighting the kincade fire and the destruction left behind, the board of supervisors voted on a couple of resolutions. the second resolution with a
result of the fire and wind events and ongoing power shutoffs. they don't have an amount for all the damages. pg&e cut power saturday and then again on institute because of the high winds. 98% have power again. some small sections are still in the dark. when will the lights come back on? pg&e said they wanted to restore power by 4:00 today. now closer to 9:00 p.m. utilities website says napa county should have power reforward fully by 10:00 this evening. some blood centers say they're super low on blood. what is really a big shortage, christie. >> reporter: jessica, they did
not lose power here in oekt but whether it was the wildfires, the smoke or power being shut off elsewhere, they have had to cancel some blood drives and are seeing a drop for the month of october by about 10% and in the north bay blood donation center and warehouse has been closed because they were in the evacuation zones and workers were impacted, too. more than half a dozen had no power due to the pg&e power shutoffs. donors were unable to give about 250 units of blood. they do have other centers for donating and blood drives happening. >> our santa rosa donation center was in an evacuation zone, so it was closed or has been closed since sunday. it's opening up on friday. we've been closed for five days.
>> it's very important for people to give blood. it's easy to do, it doesn't hurt, and people should do it. >> reporter: they tell us they are able to bring in blood from other facilities when needed. it is expected to reopen tomorrow. a manager at the red cross here says, again, they have seen a drop in donations and had cancellations as well in the bay area and even up in sonora where they did have issues with power. both organizations asking people to honor appointments, get involved and to donate. christie smith, nbc bay area news. san francisco is addressing its highly publicized epidemic of car break-ins. the crime is often captured on video and a widespread operation where the stole ebb goods are sold.
together they'll focus on hot spot neighborhoods and shopping areas. >> as we know tomorrow kicks off the holiday season. people will be shopping. they will be going around our city and we want to make sure we're doing everything we can to keep them safe in their place and property. >> an evaluation will determine the next step for the program after 60 days. a sting operation to catch a thief. the trio of shopkeepers taking matters into their own hands. is the mayor skirting rules in favor of high rises? a beautiful orange glow tonight right across the golden gate bridge. your trick-or-treat forecast and an update how cold tomorrow morning coming up in eight minutes. it takes a village to raise a child.
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we have new information tonight about a man shot and killed at a south san jose light rail station. this happened at the santa teresa station. witnesses say the man was armed with knifes and a pair of scissors. the deputy says an armed security guard eventually fired his weapon. the man later died at the hospital. new at 6:00, the housing crisis is pinning business interests against housing advocates a. proposal would give more innocecentives for buildin high rises. now housing advocates are fighting back. damian trujillo with a look. >> reporter: the cranes have shut down for the night.
some say developers need incentives to build more of these. the cranes are all over the san jose skyline and city leaders say if it wasn't for incentives there would be no cranes because it's too expensive to build here. >> we have 33 projects that told us they weren't going to build. >> reporter: the san jose city council will take on a number of proposals, one would look at eliminating fees builders have here like an impact fee, about $17 per square foot. >> we need more affordable housing not less. >> reporter: one group came out with this ad, attacking councilman lan diep. one of the developers is kt urban who is building the old silvery towers. critics dub the slavery towers
after a subcontractor was accused of using slave labor on the project. he has come out to reduce fees. >> no affordable housing requirements, no workforce protection. slavery rewarded. >> reporter: housing advocates held a rally before storming the offices of the mayor and city council. they want the developer fees to stay if not increase and they want strong rent control regulations. >> it's disingenuous and dishonest to have this discussion about free reduction, fees we put on arbitrarily that need to be reduced otherwise the market won't build. >> reporter: the office of councilman lan diep told me the councilman was not available for comment today and the office of sam liccardo says he allocated $100 million for such projects.
>> thank you, damian. a man accused of abusing a small dog and trying to make an attempt. he was spotted in redwood shores pulling a small dog by its leash. he then allegedly swung it in the air and slammed it to the ground several times. officers tried arresting him. nearly $1,000 worth of stolen merchandise recovered. sheriff's deputies say this man stole items in san carlos. they say he walked into the store just after 7:00 last night and walked out with the stuff, a credit card and an employee i.d. that wasn't his. shopkeepers turned crime fighters. they went after a man they say broke into their shop and stole their cash.
how they tracked down the thief before police arrested him. >> reporter: a store called cook's junction run with her mom and sisters. she and her sister decided to do some detective work after they say this man broke into their store's back office last week and stole cash and they felt police would take too long to find the guy. >> we went around local businesses and let them know he is around. be careful. he will come back. >> reporter: they have a number of surveillance cameras and carefully studied footage of the man they say stole from them. katherine says he came back the next day, walked through the store and tried to get back into the office again, and she immediately recognized him. >> his beard i recognized. it was like a salt and pemer beard. his glasses that he wore the previous day and he had a cane.
i saw him and he left and we went after him. >> reporter: katherine says they followed the man while calling police. he went into another business. that's when officers arrived and arrested him. they're identifying him as 66-year-old george nanali and say he's facing felony charges. katherine is glad he was caught and police are looking into whether he's responsible for other burglaries in the area. >> someone coming into your back office is a little scary. obviously this person has been watching us. let's get a check of our forecast. it's very important night for those kids. >> a lot of pressure, jeff. >> no boos in the forecast from everyone at home. >> bravo. >> i just thought of that. something i ate this morning got me fired up. that micro climate forecast and a live view out here right now on this halloween night.
parents are worried about the air quality. if you're right up near the fire use common sense if it's too smoky, limit your outdoor exposure. otherwise we have a great halloween coming your way. you might need a light jacket for the little kids. we're down to 61 and have 50s coming back in as we head all the way through the evening with those clear skies. so have a great time and be safe tonight. the next thing we are tracking, though, is a freeze warning for tomorrow morning in the marin, napa and sonoma counties. isolated 20s and plenty of 30s to start. this is still for location that is don't have power from the kincade fire and power shutoffs. be careful if you have a generator and are using a space
heater. we don't want any fires to get started. you can see the coldest temperatures right here in napa and santa rosa down right around the freezing mark. concord 40. that's at 5:30 in the morning. everybody needing a jacket to start tomorrow. once we hit 7:30 it goes colder just before sunset. upper 30s from concord to danville, even downtown san jose could get 39. upper 60s and low 70s. i think even a little bit warmer once we approach about 4:00 and 5:00 in the afternoon tomorrow under the mostly sunny skies. 76 in concord. 75 in san jose. 76 in santa rosa. a full look at that forecast in the air quality for tomorrow and of course what's ahead for the weekend in about 25 minutes. >> okay, thank you, jeff. up next, where else would you
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not authorized by a candidate or committee controlled by a candidate. disclosures at sfethics.org. well, we now know who he is, the man riding this electric scooter on the lower deck of the bay bridge. he backed up traffic for morning commuters on wednesday. chp says the man is a tourist from the east coast. you can see him behind him is a cal transtruck with hazards lights on to assist the rider from getting hip. the man was cited at treasure island. if you wanted an especially spooky halloween, winchester mystery house should be the perfect place for a haunting. sprawling queen victorian home is decked out. really pretty during the daytime. but after sunset actors roam the home's dozens of rooms and staircases creating an immersive horror experience.
>> as you walk through the story unfolds around you and there's all these frightening things, sights, sounds, smells. >> will you see sarah win chester? the special halloween haunting experience runs tonight, friday and saturday so that you know you've been warned. a marching band is making headlines on social media. they put their spin on a song from the bay area. see if you recognize it. ♪ >> the pittsburg high marching song played the song from the hip-hop duo, a viral sensation. it was reposted by celebrities like actor and director jordan peel and bay area rapper e-40. the marching bant says they're one big family and pride
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right now at 6:30 a historic vote on capitol hill. congress moves to the next phase of the impeachment probe against president trump. the investigation is moving out from behind closed doors. the house held its first formal vote in the impeachment inquiry. today's actions set the stage for public hearings in an escalating public battle. a divisive but historic day on capitol hill. >> on this vote the y-- >> the house voted to take the inquiry public after weeks of depositions behind close the doors. >> congress is now investigating whether to impeach a president of the united states. >> two democrats broke ranks joining the house republicans in
voting against the resolution. >> democrats are trying to impeach the president because they are scared they cannot defeat him at the ballot box. >> formalizing establishes how witnesses will be treated at the discretion of house intelligence committee share adam schiff. >> both parties will have an equal opportunity to question any witnesses that are called. >> but if the chair says they don't like the witnesses, the witnesses don't come forward. >> president trump reacting to the vote on a british radio show. >> i didn't have one negative republican vote which is a very unusual thing. >> the investigation is focused on the president's july phone call with ukraine's president and whether mr. trump abused his power by pressuring ukraine to investigate his political rivals. tim morrison is the second official on the phone call to testify appearing against the president's wishes and a day after stepping down from his white house post as top russia and europe adviser.
they also want to question john bolton who reportedly clashed with trump insiders on ukraine. rudy giuliani says he is human and everyone needs help unlocking their phone every once in a while. he tweet that had response after nbc news obtained the memo from an apple store in downtown san francisco. it says that back in 2017 giuliani walked into the store asking for help unlocking his iphone. he'd forgotten his password. he entered the wrong one ten times locking it. it happened less than a month after he was named cyber security adviser. his visit to the apple genius bar was extremely dangerous because someone close to the president should never allow a person they don't know any access to their phone. it's been a difficult week for families forced to evacuate their homes. this halloween many are trying to give kids a sense of normalcy after spending days away from
home. there was a special halloween for those families. >> reporter: this halloween feels a little different for families here. some are just grateful to be back home. halloween events like this one so kids can dress up and have some candy after a stressful week. after a week of evacuations for the kincade fire, school is not in session but halloween was not canceled. >> trying to just get back to routine and have a nice halloween for them. >> reporter: wendy and her kids returned home to santa rosa today. she's grateful the school district hosted a trick-or-treating event so her kids could dress up and get candy. in windsor the halloween decorations are up and the town is quiet. >> as quickly as possible you want to get your life back to nomal for the sake of the kids.
>> reporter: not everyone is in the holiday spirit. >> are you happy to be home? >> reporter: this woman returned home for the first time this morning after evacuating on saturday with her parents and young children. >> the kids were just like what's going on? they're all younger than 5 years old. >> reporter: she worried she might go into labor. she is due any day now. >> my due date was on sunday so hopefully i don't deliver right now. >> reporter: she is relieved the home her family has only owned for 6 months is still standing. a halloween to remember with many relieved to be back home. >> i was just trying to keep them all calm and doing well now. >> reporter: a halloween event here in santa rosa for evacuees runs from 6:30 to 8:00 tonight. in santa rosa ali wolf, nbc bay area news. >> starting right about now. that's great. new video shows the dangerous conditions firefighters are up against in sonoma county.
you see the flames just roaring all around them. you can see in the chopper looking for hot spots. you see all the small fires. during the day mostly an aerial assault. crews dropping water and fire retardant. you may still notice the smoky air in the bay area. live pictures of walnut creek, san francisco. the good news air quality is improving. an advisory remains for the next three days for the north bay including windsor, santa rosa and possibly northern valley. a pg&e transmission line is being investigated as the likely source. it's not the only fire that may
get traced back to pg&e equipment. take a look at this map showing the location. pg&e has informed state regulators its equipment may have played a role in starting including five others that broke out. two were in lafayette. another on bethel island. the fifth was a fire in milpitas. >> there are several wildfires in los angeles. the two biggest are the easy fire in simi valley and the getty fire burning next to the getty museum. the hill fire and about 15 miles south the 46 fire in riverside destroying a few homes and at least one business. altogether tens of thousands of people have been evacuated because the fires are getting too close for comfort. >> it looked pretty scary and it was right here, right behind us.
we're like, we've got to go. we've got to go. >> firefighters say the winds were the worst in a decade. how teachers cope being in a public safety shutoff. three sacramento schools were told to mobilize by monday to operate without electricity. >> so we had to look at things like without power we would not have fire alarms. we had to make certain that we had telephone communication. others kicked into action to figure out where we could obtain a lot of pizza. >> the district won high praise from the governor and the school chief. district leaders say the goal tofs minimize the hardship on families who do have to still go to work. still to come an iconic piece in the south bay removed. what else is happening at the domed theater location near santana row.
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will be sad about. the iconic sign. on winchester boulevard directed moviegoers to the domed theater number 21, 22 and 23. all three theaters are closed, two are being torn down. the sign is on its way to stockton. the refurbished sign will come back to history san jose. teachers aren't saying strike yet but they have rejected a contract offer. teachers in the union school district say the issues they want to address include pay but also class size. the next step will be to bring in a state mediator. $80,000 is missing from a bay area school. they caught the woman responsible for it. lonnie darcy stole from the pta.
she was the former treasurer. investigators say she embezzled money from june 2017 to june 2019. it's not as predictable as it once was as breast cancer awareness month winds down. the need for screening is ramping up. african-american women are 40% more likely than caucasian women to die from breast cancer, the leading cause of all cancer deaths for hispanic women. what hasn't changed? early detection making a big difference. >> women to undergo regular screening mammography when they're diagnosed compared to those who don't. >> breast cancer prevention advocates are pushing for more funding and targeting younger and more diverse groups of women. it's halloween night and we need the spooky forecast. not so spooky, right? >> looks fantastic.
spook-tacular. i had to say it. i'll probably say it again. what's ahead for the weekend coming up. all right, we have a double charge at a restaurant, an extra phone line and then an out-of-state tax dispute. our team is equipped to take on almost any quibble. i'm chris chmura, nbc bay area responds next.
consumer complaints every week of the year, all the time. >> consumer investigators chris chmura is here to share recent wins for our vouriewers. >> we do. we've been busy with fires and power shutoffs but we are trying to get you refunds. 2019 is wrapping up to be our best year on record since january 1st. we've helped viewers like you get back or save more than $1.5 million. that money comes in all different sizes. first, dan was double charged in a restaurant. they refunded him $57.79. out in livermore wes had trouble with an estate tax issue in oregon. $1,745.27. and hiroshi in san francisco said he was billed for a telephone land line he never
requested. he received a $70 refund. share your complaints or give us a call. all treats, no tricks. >> excellent. >> see you guys. >> why own when you can lease it? it's an ideal apple may have thinking of having a subscription based service. they would bundle upgrades with services like i-cloud storage t. could mean a constant revenue stream for the company. when asked about the idea the apple ceo tim cook suggested something like it was in effect but gave in other details. a climber from knnepal join a group of athletes. he gave everything up including his house to shatter the record for climbing the 14 highest
peaks. something many didn't think was even possible. >> nobody believe that had could be done. >> and that's because of the unpredictable weather and grueling timetable. only a few others have summited 14 peaks. he took on the peak in just six months, six days. he even beat his own expectations. he says he's planned to complete the climb in seven months but outdid himself. >> impressive. paul simon retired from touring last year but promised fans he would perform to help save the planet. at golden gate park simon says he's donating more than a million dollars of proceeds from the event and two shows he did in maui. friends of the urban forest.
simon says it's time for jeff to give us the weather. >> a real sweet night ahead. >> you're the pun master tonight. >> it's in the air. let's bring you outside right now. having a little bit of fun on this halloween night after a long week for many of us in the fire zone speaking of which a look at the san francisco sky camera towards san francisco and a beautiful orange glow. some is from the smoke filtering in the atmosphere throughout today but the reports right now on live monitoring sites show good air quality for most of the bay area and moderate air in the north bay. use your common sense tonight if it seems too smoky in the north bay maybe limit your outdoor exposure. otherwise i don't think we have any problems for trick-or-treaters tonight. to that spook-tacular forecast. i don't think we'll get any boos from you at home.
let's get to the forecast. too much fun with it. once we hit 11:00 p.m., down to 54 and by 1:00 in the morning for you late goers down to 50 degrees and certainly some 30s moving in. be safe, have fun tonight if you're heading out and watch out for the little kids and the families as you travel through the neighborhoods. freeze warning is what is up next here in the north bay. wanted to cover up the sensitive plans and also be careful with space heaters if you're still without power in the north bay, you're using a generator. a space heater can start fires. morning temperatures away from the north bay. it will be chilly but i don't think the freezing mark. south bay at 40 and the tri-valley, some sweater weather
and 38. over to the east bay 39. san francisco 46. and your average in the north bay, 32. we start off cold but as we head through the day on your friday forecast a nice way to end the week. we have temperatures right near average. plenty of sunshine through alameda county, 72 in oakland. 75 in pleasanton and 76 in concord. the peninsula at 76 here in palo alto heading up to san mateo. primarily 60s but if you're heading to the mission at 70. winds not that gusty out of the northwest at 10. the north bay in clear lake, 73 mill valley. right back to napa. air quality tomorrow doesn't look that bad. notice it is expected to be good because of the containment.
extended forecast looks even better this weekend. upper 60s to 70 in san francisco. don't forget to fall back the clocks as you move into sunday. go back one hour and more 60s moving in next week with no big weather issues right now. inland forecast 70s this weekend, upper 70s to be specific and i'm still looking at maybe some rainfall. moving in close by once weep hit november the 15th. not a big storm right now but just some showers possible as we hit the mid-month. i'll talk about halloween. i'm ready to go trick-or-treating. are you all in? we can just go ourselves. can you imagine the news team showing up? those are good costumes. >> maybe we'll get more candy. >> thanks, jeff. staying positive in the face of a lot of adversity, steph curry on social media letting fans know that he's doing okay after breaking his hand. we'll get steph's take when we come back. ♪
annoepidemic fueled by juul use with their kid-friendly flavors. san francisco voters stopped the sale of flavored e-cigarettes. but then juul, backed by big tobacco, wrote prop c to weaken e-cigarette protections. the san francisco chronicle reports prop c is an audacious overreach, threatening to overturn the ban on flavored products approved by voters. prop c means more kids vaping. that's a dangerous idea. vote no on juul. no on big tobacco. no on prop c. the amount of student loan debt i have, i'm embarrassed to even say. we just decided we didn't want debt any longer. ♪ i didn't realize how easy investing could be. i'm picking companies that i believe in. ♪ i think sofi money is amazing. ♪
love, texts and support. if you didn't see it last night, steph crashes hard to the floor. we're going to show it to you in a second during last night's loss to phoenix. here it comes. he goes for the basket and, boom, hits his hand. he underwent a ct scan. specialists are deciding whether he needs surgery or just a cost or lay low and heal. >> obviously it's been a tough start for us on many levels. we're just trying to find our footing. and obviously this puts us in a tough spot, so we'll assess it and go from there. >> lots of worry. the warriors hope to have a time line tomorrow. >> since the end of last year the warriors lost steph curry, klay thompson to injuries, kevin durant who left as a free agent. today in an interview on espnk.d. said an on court argument with draymond green helped drive him away from the warriors. >> yeah, your teammates talk to you that way, you think about it
a bit. we talked about it. i'm not going to lie about it. >> why did you ultimately decide to leave? >> i needed to switch. i felt we -- it was going to be the end no matter what. >> durant signed with the brooklyn nets but is expected to miss the entire season as he recovers from a torn achilles. mission accomplished, the washington nationals return home today as world series champions. the nats stunned the baseball world by beating the heavily favored houston astros to win the first tight until franchise history. ryan zimmerman led them off the plane, hoisting up the world championship trophy. coming up tonight at 11:00, days after they were forced from their homes in the north bay many people are now going back to find what's left, how they're dealing with it and how they're trying to figure out a way back
to some sort of normal life. >> and another cold night. some of them don't have heat or gas. a freeze warning in effect for them. because of that higher containment at the kincade fire, at least 60% contained, air quality has improved, good to moderate. up in the north bay it's too smoky, limit that outdoor exposure. otherwise a chilling look -- [ laughter ] >> 56 by 10:00 p.m. for you late partygoers upper 40s to low 50s once we hit midnight into early tomorrow morning. >> okay, jeff, hit us one more time. it's going to be a -- >> spook-tacular. >> great forecast, jeff.
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