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the news at 6:00 starts right now. good evening. thanks for being with us on this friday. i'm raj mathai. i'm jessica aguirre. a halloween night of fun turns deadly. four people killed, another four hurt. all of it in a house rented on ashe. >> the shot rang out on lucille way in the upscale community of orinda. they spread the word on social media that they were hosting a party. someone started shooting. >> we begin our team coverage with jodi hernandez in orinda. what do we know at this point about the victims? >> reporter: jessica, at this point, police aren't saying very much about the victims. we can tell you that this is a party that had been advertised on social media for at least a couple of days but nobody expected the chaos and the house collecting evidence trying to figure out what led to the shooting.
this was the scene at a halloween party that took place at an orinda airbnb rental thursday night minutes before shots rang out. cell phone video captured the gunshots and the panic. >> this is a party that had over 100 people in it. all of those people are potential witnesses to what happened. >> reporter: four people died in the shooting. at least four others hurt. a friend of omar taylor posted a photo of him on social media s aing he was one of the four ide area and a lot of people involved. we're still trying to wrap our arms around what exactly transpired. >> police say they don't believe those involved are from orinda. the gathering was an airbnb mansion party. i'm looking about 1,000 plus people popping out tonight one
person posted. >> this is not the place for that. people didn't move here to deal with that. the people that lost their lives -- >> neighbors are rattled. some complained about noisy parties there before. the city acknowledge bes, they've cited the homeowner twice over the past year and will be revisiting their rules around airbnb. >> this is a tragedy of unimaginable gravity. >> it's scary. i mean, i couldn't sleep. we all couldn't sleep. so we're just really scared. but i mean, we're devastated at the people who were hurt because it's a shooting we're dealing with again. >> reporter: we're back here live. police investigators are still up at the property again right now. police aren't releasing much about the investigation, calling it complex. now, i can also tell you that within the last few minutes we noticed one of the party-goers posted on social media that
nobody deserved what happened here. she said we all just came to have fun. reporting live in orinda, i'm jodi hernandez. nbc bay area news. >> thank you, jodi. it's rattling property owners who rent out their own homes on airbnb. they need to rethink how they regulate the short-term rentals. melissa colorado has more on the story. >> reporter: a shocker for the mayor as well. you can see it in her face during the press conference today. you can bet this is going to be a huge topic at the city of orin orinda's next city council meeting. they're going the short-term rental ordinance and if there's a way to beef up enforcement. >> there are going to be folks who don't follow the rules. >> reporter: that's exactly what police say happened at this
rented airbnb home in orinda last night when someone threw a massive halloween party that ended in a deadly shooting killing four people. >> no parties, no parties. >> lisa and her partner of oakland are veterans when it comes to renting out their two homes on airbnb. >> we've had horror stories. >> who can forget the airbnb guest who hosted a wedding rehearsal party at their home in tahoe. >> it was a mess. there was trash bags. >> a source tells nbc bay area news that the person who rented of the home in homeowners by se kincade fire zone because a family member suffered from asthma. erin says she probably would have fallen for that story too. >> definitely. during a fire we had people move into our house because their home was destroyed. >> the owners of the house
registered the house as a short-term rental with the city last november. it took a little more than two months for the city to get their first complaint about a loud house party. the ordinance says no more than 13 people at a time can stay inside the home. the city manager says last march he and the police chief spoke with the property owners to remind them about the city's rules. >> they were very receptive and very cooperative and said think would comply. >> reporter: here's something that might surprise you. the city manager says despite complaintsut and overfilled gar bins, the homeowners were never fined. this is likely going to be a big topic this upcoming city council meeting on tuesday. in orinda, i'm melissa colorado, nbc bay area news. a potential lawsuit too, not to mention. they've looked into airbnb rentals, including an undercover
investigation that revealed landlords who convert homes into illegal hotels. if you want to catch up on these stories, head to nbcbayarea.com/investigation. we have new video of a police shooting in san mateo. we want to warn you, this video might be disturbing to viewers. >> this is newly released body cam video. officers were patrolling at the mall in late september when they spotted a stolen car. they tried to pull the driver over. the driver led them on a chase. when officers cornered that car in the cull be sack, they saw the driver, the driver sped towards them and one of the officers opened fire hitting two people inside. both of the people survived. let's talk fire. crews continue to make good progress on the fire burning in sonoma county. this afternoon, the sheriff allowed more evacuees to head back home. here are the latest numbers on the kincade fire. burned more than 77,000 acres.
it's 68% contained. the flames did destroy 352 structures and another 55 structures have been damaged. four firefighters have been injured. now, anyone who has thrown a wedding before will tell you to expect the unexpected on the big day. that's exactly what one couple had to deal with when the kincade fire threatened their dream wedding in sonoma county. a unusunus -- >> when emily met greg, she knew she wanted the celebration of their marriage to be spectacular. >> we wanted it in the backyard. we loved wine and wine country. >> dangerously close to her dream wedding venue in calistoga. even though the property was in the clear all morning, 30 minutes before the walk down the aisle, the fire marshal ordered
everyone to evacuate. >> we were already taking pictures and already -- >> emily texted a friend who offered to host the wedding at her house if the fires became too dangerous. >> a little residential house. like, this is something that your mom lives in. >> with only a few hours to spare, friends, family and emily's vendors moved of the wedding and made it happen. >> it worked out. it was -- >> the couple's friend had some open space next to her house they used for the ceremony site and turned a long driveway into a catering space. >> everybody pitched in and made an aisle o my brother was knockingn doors of neighbors asking for chairs. >> they turned what was -- >> emily and greg shared their stor on video today from the french polynesia where they're celebrating their honeymoon thankful for friends and family. >> i can't believe we pulled this off.
>> giving new meaning to the saying, don't sweat the small stuff. >> great photos. thanks to emily and greg. more calls for change from governor newsom. he outlined the plan to protect the state from wildfires and the power shutoffs. he says they're unacceptable. >> that's the most important thing. to scope a vision, a blueprint for what a 21st century utility should look like. >> in a statement today, pg&e says it share's the governor's focus and welcomes help on these vital matters. okay. from feast to famine almost overnight. this is about the billion dollar chase center. today the warriors announced curry will be out for at least three months with no guarantee that he'll return at all this season. ticket prices for the warriors are now plummeting. you can get into tonight's game for example for 45 bucks. nbc bay area's damian trujillo
joins us courtside. a lot of people might be jumping off the bandwagon. >> reporter: that's what i'm hearing on social media. i don't want to say it's somber. you don't have the same -- just over an hour the question tonight is, will the fans be as loud? take the martinez family. they planned their vacation from the philippines around the warriors game against the spurs. today they found out number 30 is out for at least three months. >> i didn't like are yo sad? >> well, because he was my favorite player. >> martinez family says curry is the man on the island. >> yes. that's the -- >> curry broke his hand during the game against the phoenix suns. the mood was somber during shoot around. draymond green says they have to carry on.
>> the mood is challenge. it's a different challenge. more importantly, these young guys get an opportunity to really try to make a name for themselves and build up on their career, change their lives and to see that, that's exciting. >> fans outside said it all. >> no. isn't that everyone's reaction from the bay area. >> reporter: with the team missing a lot of superstars, will the fans fill the chase center? >> this family will be there. >> yes. definitely excited about the new arena and watching them play here. >> even if number 30 is not ono. wishing him ray speedy recovery for his broken l i didn't like it. >> reporter: reading some of the social media comments, a lot of fans going to skip out on the
2019 season. it doesn't help that they're 1-3. inside the chase center, i'm damian trujillo. >> got to keep the faith. thank you. up next, a sign of a market slowdown? >> our continuing effort to cover the housing crisis in the bay area. we take a closer look at housing -- stepping up to save a one of a kind redwood tree. we'll show you what a community on the peninsula is doing. i'm chief meteorologist jeff ranieri. i'll have the cold weather warnings for tomorrow morning. details on what kind of alert this cold weather could set off on your car. i'll explain in about six minutes.
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table. the university is withdrawing an expansion project days before it was to go before commissioners. the massive expansion plan would have added more than 2 million extra square feet in academic space along with 2600 new student beds. in criticism from county commissioners. the plan didn't include enough housing for the students and some faculty. that came without expansion. today stanford admitted it didn't have enough support to get the plan approved so the university withdrew it. could it be a sign of the times? the companies who stage homes in the bay area says furniture and accessories are staying in houses longer and er tech repor budman is looking at a troubling new trend for people trying to sell those homes. staging here in the bay area is a huge part of getting that home sold. >> reporter: yeah, you're absolutely right, jessica. from high end artwork to drone video, staging is more important
than ever because lately, these homes are staying on the market longer. it's move-in day at this campbell house. not for the new owners. for the stager. >> we're trying to finish it by this weekend so they can have an open house. >> the pressure is on. panacea home staging. the sellers are asking for her. longer to sell. while high-end homes are taking real estate tracker core logic says such sales have dropped 6% since this time last year. prices also down by 2%. so first impressions are crucial. as soon as they pull up to the front of their house, they're making a decision. >> it needs to be attractive. >> sellers know that buyers are taking longer to pull the trigger. >> it's really concentrating all
the tips you know to please as many buyers as you can. >> with houses on the market longer, panacea owner pamela noodle moon keeps extra furniture on hand because the items stay in the house longer. >> i have an attic of comforters, another for pillows. >> selling you a glimpse of the future, even if it takes more time. >> there you go. >> reporter: experts will tell you homes are staying on the market among other reasons. changes in the tax laws, including letting homeowners deduct less than before. live in campbell, scott bu,nbc . we have breaking news. the contra cost a county coroner identified the victims in the halloween party shooting in orin orinda. it was inside of a home rented on airbnb. here's what we know. four people were killed. they've been identified as 22-year-old far lee of antioch,
24-year-old omar taylor of pitburg. 23-year-old ramon jr. of fran and 29-year-old afterincounty of sausalito. a fight to save one of the rarest trees on the peninsula. this redwood in downtown palo alto has a second chance at life. until recently, it was neglected. city repaired a broken irrigation system to give the tree new life. jeff ranieri is here. >> no problems on saturday or sunday. recently, we've been concerned about the wind, of course. >> nice. >> napa, sonoma counties. a lot of folks are certainly ready to get in and do some of the storm cleanup. a lot of areas, even outsideid limbs down and a lot of leaves that blew off your trees and
probably starting to clog up your gutters. i want to start off with a frost advisory with 20s and 30s in a forecast tomorrow morning. this includes locations around the fire zone. i want you to be aware of that. primari primarily, we're looking at low to mid-30s. frost possible. cover up the sensitive plants. take the pets inside and be careful with the space heaters. i wanted to get you more information on the chilly weather. some ways to battle it if you're to trap heathe morning. pockets near your body. it really does work, especially when you dress in layers. the other thing i mentioned about the cold weather, which may set off an alert on your a lights. cold air condenses. okay? it takes up less room in your tire. when you get a really cold night in the 20s and also the 30s, it may send off that tire pressure light. you may not have a flat tire, just could be the cold air. make sure to check the tire pressures certainly this time of
year. the coldest part of the morning at 7:13 in the morning. temperatures in the north bay will be in the low 30s tomorrow. 39 in concord. down here in the south bay, upper 30s and low 40s. more details on the amazing afternoon forecast in the 70s. i'll have that in about 25 minutes. >> see you then. thank you, jeff. demanding answers from tesla. what the feds specifically want to know about the model s and the model x. announcer: 5 million kids use e-cigarettes. it's an epidemic fueled by juul with their kid-friendly
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tesla is on the federal government's radar. they september a letter to the palo alto-based ma between the years of 2012 and 2019. the investigation focused on the models -- the agency wants information from the company about any fires that may not have been reported by the media. google getting into the smart
watch game. the parent company alphabet announcing its buying fit bit for $2.1 billion. the deal still needs to be approved by regulators and by fit bit shareholders. if it goes through, it would allow google to directly compete against apple and the apple watch. speaking of apple, today is the launch of its new streaming service. apple tv plus have four shows. jennifer aniston, steve team up in a drama called morning show. it's about morning television and jason ma mow a i in a drama. scott mcgrew was looking forward to the morning show on apple tv. but he has his eye on a different show. scott? >> so this is billions. i really like this show. this is on regular old show time. the producers for billions are going to shoot a new show based on the uber story. it's also on show time.
travis kalanick and his naughty ways should make good drama. it's based on a book called super pumped written by a new york times reporter, mike isaac. >> i get to be co-executive producer. i'm super excited about it. look, they're going to finish writing this next season of billions and then we'll probably start working on it. i think i'm going to try to get the rock to play me. i think that would be true to life. >> mike is going to join us on press on sunday. this is what i like best on the show. we have reporters from "the new york times" and the guardian and cnbc all gathered together to talk about the issues. "press: here" is sunday morning at 9:00 after "meet the press." thank you, scott. up next at 6:30, getting money back from the pg&e power shutoffs. how much san jose and other major cities across the state are receiving. also, should congress impeach president trump and remove him from office? the results of a new poll as the
right now at 6:30, cold hard cash for your suffering. how cities who lost power are making up for their losses. san jose, oakland and san francisco will be getting 500,000 bucks prompted by governor newsom and his fight to reimburse cities and counties that took a hit during the pg&e blackouts. robert handa is in san jose
at one of the neighborhoods that suffered during that power outage. robert, what are the plans for that money? >> reporter: we're here in the seaside area of san jose. an area that had power turned off. we talked to a business owner who said he's happy that san jose is getting money even though it will be a while before he benefits directly. >> we for sure, lights up the whole shop. >> reporter: he owns the popular sun bike shop an alum owe avenue. he found it costly and unnerving. it's been -- especially at night. >> reporter: the mayor, sam liccardo and local state senator jim bella nounsed that the $75 million reimbursement plan means $500,000 for major cities, varying amounts for other cities and $150,000 for each county. the money is earmarked for full
strength infrastructure, such as generation -- generators and other equipment so they aren't affected by outages. >> they're focused an capital infrastructure. >> it's an ongoing thing we have to work on in terms of emergency response, reducing risk, all those kinds of things we have to do. >> reporter: that means the money won't go to small businesses orid outages. they hope that's the next step. for this business owner, he says it's good to focus on the big picture first. >> keep the money for the future, basically keep the power, keep the equipment running, stuff like that. >> more important that san jose be able to handle it? >> exactly. >> reporter: city council will start deciding how to spend that money at the meeting on november 19th. meanwhile, mayorly card owe is sting his push to have pg&e turned into a customer owned
utility. live in san jose, robert handa, nbc bay area news. >> thank you, robert. there is progress from the fire lines in sonoma county. tonight the kincade fire is nearly 70% contained. but we should add, about 350 homes and buildings have been destroyed. nbc bay area's alley wolf is in healdsburg for us after speaking to a woman whose family lost multiple homes. >> reporter: the woman we spoke to is staying in a hotel and still hasn't been able to see her property. she has seen pictures and she knows everything has been destroyed. a glimpse into what has been destroyed. this shows her ranch in healdsburg before the massive wildfire. >> that's the refrigerator or the oven. >> compared to what it looks like now. >> burned to the ground, like everything. >> the home she lives in with mer daughters, ages 10 and 18, burned to the ground along with her parents' home on the same
property. >> that's my sister's bed. >> she's only seen pictures of the destruction. she can't go back yet because some hotspots are still smoldering along the roads. we saw helicopters dropping water on them. crews worked to clear trees and fix damaged roads. >> i would love to find my mom's old wedding ring. >> she wants to search for irreplaceable items in the rubble. >> i think about my mother's th >> considering moving somewhere less rural. >> i think i'm coming closer to town. >> she's getting a lot of help from local nonprofits and community members. she says she expects to be able to return back to her property tomorrow. in healdsburg, ali wolf. let's hope she gets some. mainly because weather conditions have eased significantly. 1100 customers are without power this morning. that's down from 80,000 last night.
san diego gas and electric says power has been restored to more than 25,000 customers. its community resource centers have been demobilized. california is not the only state facing power problems. heavy storms in pennsylvania knocked out the lights to close to half a million people. video there shows trees caved in on homes, roofs caved in. injie have been reported. one day after house members approved proce the impeachment inquiry, president trump is calling the investigation a scam. he spoke with reporters late today before flying to mississippi for an evening rally. >> the impeachment thing is a hoax. now, whether or not they try pulling it off, it would be a disgrace. >> this is not about his personality, his policies. that's for the election. this is about defending our democracy. >> president trump hopes americans will focus on the economy. his new economic numbers show the u.s. added 128,000 jobs last
month. that's better than predicted. but still down from job growth a year ago. even though democrats appear to have momentum in the impeachment investigation, the political director for nbc news says they face an uphill battle. proving the president asked for a quid pro quo is not enough. >> they have to make the case for the public that what the president did is so egregious that he doesn't deserve to be on the ballot for consideration foa say in this. it's so egregus taken care of b >> we spoke with chuck todd earlier today. you can watch "meet the press" on nbc bay area. ng at 8:00 a.m. intelligence experts are skranl blg to learn more about the new leader named to lead the group isis. isis founder al baghdadi was killed in northwestern syria. the terror group announced his success soer.
abu ibrahim al hash -- we now know exactly who he is he said. crimestoppers offering a reward for information in a kidnapping and robbery. it supposedly happened in oakland on thursday night around 11:30. two men approached a man in a car sitting near his home. they drove the man to an atm and made him get cash. the men dumped him and his car in berkeley. both suspects were wearing masks. if you know anything about that crime, you are asked to call the oakland p.d. lori loughlin is contesting the latest charges against her in the college admissions scandal. attorneys for loughlin and her fashion designer husband say the couple plans to plead not guilty to charges of conspiracy to commit federal bribery. they filed court documents today. the couple is accused of paying 500,000 bucks to get both of
their daughters into usc as fake athletic recruits. they previously pleaded not guilty to fraud and money laundering. another delay for the shopping mall and an unexpected courtroom twist puts the future of the landmark on hold. it happened in a court hearing. one of the key attorneys became ill. paramedics took him away on a stretcher. the judge then rescheduled a ar to turn the once popular mall into a housing offic retail space. it's near apple headquarters off 280. you can saddle up in san francisco. a public horseback riding option is coming back to golden gate park. it kicks off this weekend. chaperone ranch will offer guided trail rides and lessons to be booked online. prices are listed online. except for a brief time in 2017, there have been 18 years that the city offered horseback
riding there. >> these kids may have never been able to see a horse before, especially out here. so it's exciting to share something i love so much with them. >> they have accommodations for underserved communities as well. the city says the program will be reviewed in six months and possibly extended. look how much fun the horses are having. >> shaes going to that's going fun for a lot of people. a shooting on a bridge in front of aoffi it was a morning commute gunma. my parents never taught me anything about managing money.
. a shooting on the bay bridge brought traffic to a standstill. it happened around 6:45 on the lower deck. a chp officer saw a man in a silver suv shoot at someone in a black suv. a stray bullet hit a third car but thankfully, no one was hurt. the search continues tonight for the gunman. a reward is being offered in an unsolved san francisco
murder. ryan -- was shot in september of last year a couple of months shy of his 21st birthday. it happened at 46th and moraga street. police say sack day len was shot in the b altercation. so far, no arrests. they're offering a $25,000 reward for information to help solve that crime. san jose just got 100,000 bucks to spend onff safety. sone,rivers have hit and killed 16 pedestrians and six bicycles. this is the aftermath of one of the crashes near san jose state. the city plans to use the money to educate people about traffic safety. they will focus on -- let's track money. you could have money coming your way and not know it. they've compiled a list of people with unclaimed cash. nearly 400 people and businesses on the list.
there's more than $400,000 to be claimed. check nbcbayarea.com. we have a link to find out if you're on the list. if so, you have until december 26th to file that claim. >> we might have money lying around there? >> yeah. >>let get busy. ranieri, mathai, weekend. >> it's gorgeous. the weekend forecast not going to disappoint. we'll talk about that area of high pressure and how great it's going to be and also when the rain tries to move close in just a few minutes. all right. you're supposed to get your money back after buying most drinks in cans and bottles. that is not happening. families are missing out on big money. i'm consumer investigator chris chmura. nbc bay area responds, next. for as long as the law allows? chesa boudin said he wouldn't seek maximum sentences as district attorney,
nbc bay area responds and the state of california, deposits. >> lost nickels and dimes. chris, information we didn't even know. >> talk about crv. look on the cans and bottles. redemption value on them. you're supposed to get the nickel and dime that you pay at the store. you're supposed to get that back when you take your container to a recycler. more than a thousand recyclers have closed since 2013. a guy like him in san ramon says
no one nearby will take his cans and bottles, so he can't get his deposit back. >> you're basically robbing me saying i'm going to give you this money back and turning around and saying, sorry, you can't do that. >> where is my monday sni. >> this adds up to hundreds of dollars each we'll show you wha when we tried to recycle cans and bottles at a hundred places. the state says are required to take them. spoiler alert, it did not go well. viewers turned us on to this story over the summer. if you have a tip for us, go to nbcbayarea.com/responds or call us at 888-996-continues. if you have cans and bottles at home and you bawant your money back -- >> i'm looking forward to that. school them on how to give you that money. >> our director, will adams, very diligent about recycling. >> he's one of the folks who
helped educate about this. >> thank you, chris. >> what's in your wallet, that's the popular slogan of capital one bank. some of its customers couldn't put cash in your wallets. there was an online outage that prevented customers from withdrawing and depositing money. the outage lasted for a few hours but it's been resolved. customers will not be charged late fees associated with this outage. kristin stewart hosting "saturday night live." she didn't expect a callback. stewart put on a halloween costume and talked with jimmy fallon aboutw. she didn't think she'd get a second chance. she said a curse word on live tv. says she's recovered from the slip-up. she's still not convinced of her comedic talent. >> if something is supposed to be funny. i will suck the funny out of it. >> that was funny. even stewart was star-struck when she met the musical guest,
cold play. "saturday night live" at 8:30. >> you would think she has enough on her plate, kelly clarkson is adding something else. she's headlining a show at planet hollywood. it will be cal kelly clarkson, invincible. the mother of four released an 8th album, a judge on the voice. has a show on nbc bay area in the afternoon. noyourself. >> maybe she'll anchor our 11:00 newscast as well. >> wow. >> all of us. >> you got that. >> be over there. just adding some -- singing in the back. >> take it away, jeff. >> we love kelly. weather forecast. into this weekend, exactly what many of you want. some much calmer weather than we've had the past couple of weekends with our strong wind
event and fire danger. with it being november 1st, i did think it was very important to take a look at rainfall averages. i know a lot of you are saying where is the rain? we get a few weak systems in october and early november. you can see the trend. typically, usually starts to go up in november. but so far, no rainfall over the next seven days. we'll tell you more abo rainfall chances and what i'm seeing coming up in about two minutes. i i focast. we have a frost advisory around the fire zone here in the north bay. really from mill valley up to geyserville. temperatures in the low to mid-30s. patchy frost. cover up the sensitive plants. be careful with the space heaters. we'll get the chill building in to the north bay. really a i lot of the bay area will feel a little bit of the cold. you can see in the tri-valley, 38. peninsu peninsula. 42. notice the mostly sunny skies with that higher containment of the kincade fire.
not looking at any thick smoke tomorrow morning. a little bit of good news there. 39 in the east bay. san francisco looks great. 46 and that patchy fog here in the north bay was the coldest average and 32. while we start off this cold as i have been mentioning, i don't think any of you at home are going to be mad at this forecast tomorrow. check this out. down in the south bay. numbers right near average. just a little bit above 77 in downtown san jose. 79 in morgan hill. cupertino 75. contra costa alameda county. 75 in hayward. 78 in danville. 76 in antioch. over to the beaches, we have a light wind. but it's a drier direction of that wind. coming out of the north gets you right here. it's going to warm us up to 76. beach weather in november. san francisco, maybe head today golden gate park. horseback riding available
starting tomorrow. perfect day for that. temperatures in the low to mid-70s for most of the city. except for the marina, a cooler 69. up into the north bay. 78 in novato. 77 in sonoma. air quality is all good tomorrow with the higher containment of the kincade fire. it's good to moderate. no issues there. ahead towards next st, high san week with no big weather issues. inland valleys, y the upper 70 weeke weekend. remember to fall back early sunday morning. while the sunshine is beautiful, we like to look at a little bit of rainfall. i know you're with me on this. high pressure keeping the rainfall away right now. by the mid part of the month, high pressure will stay. we'll be tracking wet weather in the pacific. right now, i'm only calling for 55% chance of that wet weather. november 15th through the 19th. we're running a half to 2-inch rain deficit.
i'll need to see more on this before i'm totally sold on it. at least, signs of the pattern trying to change. not all hope is lost for november just yet. we'd like more green on the forecast. >> thanks, jeff. not just steph curry and the warriors. the undefeated 49ers dealing with a major injury to a star player. we'll explain. tv just keeps getting better. how you watch it does too.init. streaming services without changing passwords and input. live sports - with real-time stats and scores. access to the most 4k content. and your movies and shows to go. the best tv experience is the best tv value. xfinity x1. simple. easy. awesome. xfinity. the future of awesome.
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.
a live look at the shark tank. the sharks back at home for the first time in a couple of s.est side story. guess who the sharks are playing tonight? the sharks and the jets. >> sharks and the jets ♪ >> face off in about 30 minutes. you can keep singing. >> things are really dicey for the warriors. it could get ugly today. steph curry had surgery today on his broken left hand. >> curry will be out for at least three months. maybe all season. the warriors will need to really think about next season and maybe a lot of repicks in the draft. curry was injured. here's the play wednesday night in the loss to the suns. the mood in the chase center and across the bay area not very
good. the questions now with no curry and no klay thompson will fans still flock to the new arena? >> livingston gone, steph is out, disappointed for sure. >> it's sad. warriors host the spurs tonight. ticketshe9ers are the talk of the nfl, right, after the big win last night. everything not rosie in santa clara. star linebacker, kwon alexander is out for the season. he tore his pectoral in last night's win in arizona. the 49ers will rely on dres jean greenlaw as his replacement. they host the seahawks on monday night football. the world series champ washington nationals. tomorrow the city will throw a parade. on monday, it's off to the white house where president trump will celebrate the historic world series win. it's the first title in the franchise history and the first
for a d.c. team since 1924. >> pretty cool. >> oh, man. >> district of columbia will be rocking tomorrow. >> jeff will talk about our weather into saturday as well. >> cold to start. dropping down to the 30s for the inland valleys. tri-valley at 38. 40 in the south bay. the north bay in the 20s and 30s. we.com. thanks for joining us here. have a great evening.
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