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finish, and vino rosso proved the champion that he is. so congratulations to the connections. mike, vinny, todd, wherever he is, over my shoulder, and irad, what a ride. thank you all very much. >> thank you, fred. along with the trophy, beautiful longines watches as well for all the connections. vinny, i want to get you up here. i saw you in the paddock earlier and you had this calmness about you. how are you feeling as you saw him come down the stretch? >> i was feeling good. all credit has to go to todd, irad and mike. they've sort of managed this horse's campaign on behalf of us and we just weresst rse who nee bit more time and toddown the s he was moving and it's just a confident because i just saw how great day. >> well, todd, if i might move over here and talk to you, just
as a first breeders' cup classic victory. put that into words for us. >> you know, it's not very often you come into a race and feel like the horse is just doing so well that everything was in place. we were on pins and needles all week because he was sitting on a big race and to do it on the stage is phenomenal. for mike, vinny, their families, it's so special to us and our whole organization. >> for you to add that to your resume though, what does it mean? >> one thing i was missing. it feels great. >> congratulations. congratulations to everybody here. it is vino rosso that takes the longines breeders' cup classic. >> jimmy, this is one of the last horses he picked out for vinny and i. uncle for me and when we were partners, he picked out vino jimmy crupy. >> ahmed?
>> thank you, every win means so much for all of these connections here at the breeders' cup. a little bit more. this is the breeders' cup. we like to add to the breeders of the classic and there they are on your screen. guys? >> horse of the year, i would say. between bricks and mortar and vino rosso. >> i agree totally and fingers crossed right now for mongolian groom. let's hope he's okay. >> progress has been made here at santa anita but until that number gets to zero horse injuries, horse fatalities, a lot of people, including ourselves, will not be satisfied. a special thanks to equibase, the official data base for thoroughbred racing and "dateline" and"saturday night and musical guest coldplay. live" with host kristen stewart for our entire nbc sports crew, i'm ahmed fareed saying good-bye from santa anita. the 36th breeders' cup in the books.
right now at 6:00, searching for answers. a family mourning the loss of their son after he went to a halloween party and never game home. tonight the father says his son was at the wrong place at the wrong time. good evening, thank you so much for joining us of i'm anoushah rasta. >> investigators have not announced any arrests in the shooting in orinda. now we're learning new details about the victims. nbc bay area christie smith live in pittsburg. you just spoke to the father of one of the victims? what did he have to say? >> reporter: omar taylor's son is stunned and grieving. he says his son was only at the party to play music. now the kid who was always by his side is gone. >> trying to wake up from a bad
dream, you know, hoping my son is going to walk through this door. >> reporter: he is heartbroken. he shared pictures of his oldest son, omar. >> the thought of never having a conversation with my first born kid is crushing to me. >> reporter: the 24-year-old was one of five people killed at a halloween party at an airbnb rental in orinda. taylor believes his son was in the wrong place at the wrong time. >> that's what hurts more for us and my family is that my son wasn't in the street. you know what i mean? he was out here working, dj'ing a party not expecting to lose his life. >> reporter: most recently he was becoming a dj. he played football at el cerrito high. taylor says he pushed his kids to work and stay active. >> i didn't raise my kidsik at . he rushed there and learned he did not survive. he described omar as quiet and always willing to help.
>> we just live in a world where yuan people like doing senseless things. i mean, you know, for whatever the reason is that happened, my son was a guy who took a bullet being innocent. >> reporter: we're learning about 19-year-old oshiana tompkins who was also killed at the party. for taylor, losing his son is devastating. >> he's been with me by my side since he was a baby. >> reporter: taylor also told us his son omar leaves behind a 3-year-old daughter. reporting live in pittsburg, christie smith, nbc bay area news. >> thank you very much. airbnb under scrutiny in the wake of that shooting. today the company's ceo announced changes. airbnb's new plan to crack down on party houses. >> airbnb ceo and head of
community brian cheskski announced the changes this morning saying they are bands party houses and redoubling our efforts to combat unauthorized parties and get rid of abusive hosts and guest conduct, including conduct that leads to the terrible events we saw in orinda. the company based in san francisco is also expanding manual screening of high-risk reservations flagged by risk detection technology, developing a rapid response team and taking immediate action against violators, including removal. the ceo also said what happened in orinda was horrible, adding, quote, i feel for the families and neighbors impacted by this tragedy. he also tweeted we must do better and we will. this is unacceptable. he says he has formed a new team to speed up the development of these new safety initiatives and
the ceo says he hopes airbnb will implement most of these new safety measures within ten days. terry? >> marianne, thank you so much. >> we'll bring you the latest developments on air and online. visit our website, nbcbayarea.com anytime for the most up-to-date information. it's been more than a week since the kincade fire exploded in sonoma county. the largest in county history. crews continue to make progress on the fire lines and containment is at 72%. 372 structures are destroyed. 175 of them are homes. businesses are now getting creative to serve customers even without gas service. nbc ar roz plater joins us from heldsberg. roz? >> reporter: it has been a very tough week for everybody here. those restaurants are looking for workarounds because people
are coming out to eat and they want to find places to get together. they are doing just that tonight here at the hotel healdsburg where there's a jazz concert that will start in a few minutes. the musicians are getting ready behind me here. it's a benefit for the redwood food bank. no gas, no problem. the restaurant has a wood fire oven and can still pump out fresh, hot pizzas. with the power back on but no gas, it does mean a limited menu, but they decided to open anyway. >> in a time of crisis, you have to come out and get a good meal. but we weren't su but we've got a lot of people coming in. >> reporter: a handful of mprovising too.the downtown area for this family, no gas, so these burgers hit the spot. >> i've been in san francisco this past week. gabe's been in tahoe. i have friends in ukiah. >> reporter: nearby the hotel is
hoping to be running on sunday but they have no heat and hot water. but a handful of guests were okay with that. >> we have space heaters in the rooms for those who have chosen to stay. and as far as cooking in the restaurant, we're not able to do that with the gas right now. >> reporter: as some residents are being allowed back in the burn area, there is a new warning. they're being required to check in with an environmental health officer and warned not to do cleanup on their property just yet. voluntthat contain a hazmat proe suit, a mask, gloves, and safety goggles. there are two of those safety checkpoints in geyserville. we're told they're opening a third. the musicians here will start the benefit concert in just a few minutes and it should go until 9:30 or so tonight. i'm roz plater, nbc bay area news. >> roz, thank you very much. let's take a look at the
golden gate bridget live picture for you. just beautiful. golden gate it is. temperatures during the day, fantastic at night. boy, they're dipping down, especially in the north bay getting real cold. meteorologist rob mayeda checking them all out. how's it going to be. >> clear skies and still some pretty dry air in place. 65 degrees in emeryville. when you look at the relative humidity, as we head towards tomorrow morning, around the north bay we will likely see temperatures away from the downtown areas. santa rosa getting into the 30s but not as cold as the last few nights. what would help is the return of a sea breeze and more clouds. if there are rain chances in our seven-day forecast coming up in about ten minutes. >> thank you so much. it is no secret living in the bay area costs a lot of money. san francisco mayor london breed
has a concrete plan to deal with it a $1 billion plan for affordable housing for seniors, teachers, and middle and low-income residents. the billion dollars will go towards housing investments like very big subsidies. the mayor says it's a lot of money, but she's got it. $600 million is coming from the affordable housing bond, the largest in the city's history. it will help get construction off the ground for nearly 3,000 affordable housing units. the remaining $400 million coming from the cityike buying build new homes. she mentioned t city's purchase on south van ness and mission which will be permanent affordable care act housing. emergency rental insurance as well and a right to counsel so if people are getting victimized, they'll have proper
morning. it hit just after 7:00 this morning. that quake was centered near the guysers on the northern perimeter of the kincade fire. then three and a half hours later a smaller 2.9 quake struck just west of cob cobb. the 49ers are reviewing how they use fireworks after a fan was injured during a game. te national anthem fireworks and a couple, a gol ball-sized piece of debris hit a fan on the shoulder. part, quote, red minor injuries. while this has been described to us as a rare incident, the safety of our patrons is our ultimate priority. we will continue to work with our public safety partners and the pyrotechnics vendor to confirm necessary safety protocols are always followed in order to ensure the safety and
security of our patrons. if you have an older iphone, you may run into a big problem. some iphones and ipads released from 2012 and earlier will stop working correctly tomorrow morning unless users download a new software update made specifically for those older models. it's needed because of a gps issue. you can update by going to settles, general, software updates. . what a difference a week makes, rob. last weekend, i mean, wild weather, crazy wind. >> yeah. the wind was the driver of the fire danger. the air is still pretty dry outside, but without the wind it's more comfortable to be outside. we've seen fire danger at least temporarily brought down in terms of no red flag warnings. but as you see some of the humidity numbers around the bay area, this is the reason why the morning temperatures dropped off the last couple days. clear skies, dry air, that cools off rather quickly after sunset.
67 degrees right now. low 40s heading towards tomorrow morning and a pretty view from emeryville. 65 degrees. humidity at 48%. san francisco you notice the haze. that's probably the biggest weather story. we'll have to watch for smoke pollution heading towards the middle part of the week. san francisco still seeing numbers in the 70s to near upper 60s around downtown right now. air quality, areas of smoke around the north bay as the kincade fire starts to wind down, but as high pressure strengthens, smoke production adding up over the next few days. it adds a layer of haze trapped under high pressure aloft. the winds speeds not all that strong. we need a sea breeze to bring more moisture. not in the forecast just yet. north bay, 30s. 40s to start the day elsewhere, so dress in layers. you still have winter clothes for the morning and then t-shirt weather by the afternoon. 70s inland. 70 in san francisco.
78 degrees in san jose. over the next seven days high pressure will change configuration a little bit, recenter back across northern california and the bay area on thursday. we'll have to watch that to see if we get wintertime spare the air alerts. notice even as this ridge flattens out, storms still passing by to the north. you see at the top of the screen all the way up to november 12th, just nothing breaking through the ridge of high pressure. but if there's a positive here, we're not seeing strong gusty offshore winds either. mild temperatures, hazy skies and trendinhe w, last year the three weeks of november were also dry and we ended up having a normal rain season. >> thank you, rob. coming up, strong words from joe biden on the campaign trail. the new message from the former vice president as he ramps up his 2020 campaign.
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the iowa krauksz now just three months away. democrats hoping to take on president trump next year are chr hr poll, senator elizabeth warren is leading the pack. she is stressing that ideas, not opposition to president trump, will win the white house. >> i'm not running some consultant-driven campaign with some vague ideas that are designed not to offend anyone.
>> meanwhile, the president rallied supporters in mississippi last night joking about his interactions with ukraine and mocking his political rivals. mr. trump told the crowd that the impeachment inquiry is an attack on democracy itself. warriors, raiders, 'niners, and a parade. anthony flores has it all next in sports. do you have concerns about mild memory loss related to aging? prevagen is the number one pharmacist-recommended memory support brand. you can find it in the vitamin aisle in stores everywhere. prevagen. healthier brain. better life.
. well, it has gone from pad to worse for the warriors. we knew no steph, now no draymond and no big load of the warriors was losing steph who's out three months after breaking his hand. this takes the warriors from a possible playoff team to a lottery team. draymond says he's worried about steph but not on the court. >> i worry about the stuff that can't pick up -- the stuff that can't toss riley and ryan around. you know, the stuff that can't
pass aiesha because she asked him gray, can you grab that pot? that's the stuff i'm worry about. >> who says draymond is not a nice guy? the warriors are leading charlotte 47-39. we'll check out the highlights tonight at 11:00. the raiders might feel like stranger in their own home. tomorrow the silver and black are playing their first game at the coliseum in seven weeks. the raiders are taking on detroit. now, despite their record, the lions definitely have the raiders' attention. >> when you turn the film on, they run to the ball, they hit, and they're physical. they're going to bring it. our fans miss us and i think we miss them. we need a home game. we need to see each other, that's for sure. we miss one another. so i can't wait to see our fans come running up that tunnel. there's nothing like it. >> the raiders take on the lions sunday at the coliseum. kickoff set for 1:05. it's been a busy week for the undefeated 49ers.
they beat arizona on thursday to go a pervert 8-0. before that a few members of the team took part in the nfl salute to service by saying thank you to another team, the u.s. coast guard. >> hello, good morning. >> welcome, nice to see you. >> reporter: stepping away from the gridiron to meet a different kind of team. >> not as bag as you guys are, but we require teamwork to doro. >> reporter: a few members of the 49ers visited the u.s. coast ardase >> truly awesome having the experience toalk to guys from the bay area teams. it's just a unique experience. >> we are like the support staff to ensure that these guys can go out and save lives. >> reporter: the tour began with a ride on a rescue boat. >> coming up. >> reporter: offensive lineman ben garland got behind the wheel and was able to open it up on the water. >> that was incredible. i can't imagine this being my
everyday job. it's gorgeous out here, having a blast. >> reporter: the 49ers watched a search and rescue demonstration. and gave ate thumbs up. then it was time to climb on board a u.s. coast guard ship. it's all part of the nfl salute to service program. >> this visit to the coast guard was extra special for ben garland. he's a reserve in the national guard. to memb g to the captain. >> they've gone don a lot for the community. for us to be able to provide a little bit back to them to say thank you for all they have done for us, that like that who's truly committed, i couldn't think of anyone more deserving than that man. >> reporter: then a meet and greet, a chance to take pictures and get autographs. for the players, a chance to say thank you. >> cool event by the 49ers. another cool event, the parade for the washington nationals.
thousands lined the streets of d.c. the nationals beat houston in seven games to win the city's first world series title in 95 years. they will visit the white house on monday. that's it for sports. the news will continue after this. ♪ hey. hey. you must be steven's phone. now you can take control of your home wifi and get a notification the instant someone new joins your network... only with xfinity xfi. download the xfi app today.
well. there's our own robert handa. you look good in teal, robert. all funds go to the children's health services in santa clara. anthony flores was the heavy favorite but you peaked early. >> i wanted to give everyone else a chance. >> what a nice guy. >> did you puke in 8th grade? >> that was a listening time ago, yesterday. >> it was a beautiful day to be out there. >> tomorrow 70s around the bay area and a dry start to the weekend. . >> we'll be back at 11:00. >> go ahead, ladies first. ♪ raj mathai: good evening, thanks for joinis decision 2019 election special. this is a televised voting guide for the november 5 election. jessica aguirre: on tuesday,
voters in six of the nine bay area counties will be heading to the polls to cast their ballots on important measures. raj: the presidential election is next year, but there's a lot happening next month. high profile measures, a ban on vaping products, taxing your uber or lyft rides, and key decisions that will impact home prices and fire protection. we also want to explain ranked choice voting. after all these years, it still needs an explainer. we'll show you one county that will be doing things a little bit difftl and one major note here, no elections this year in napa, solano, and santa clara counties. however, if you live in those counties,