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over as ceo in 2014. he died in his sleep this morning at the age of 60. kaz kaiser remaced a statement saying he was a tireless advocate for the members and the communities we serve. oakland mayor tweeted, oakland is devastated by the loss of one of our beloved leaders. he led with compassion. and he is survived by his wife and three sons. dianne feinstein said he is a champion for diversity in the workplace and racial justice. he will be missed. in the wake of his death, thousands of kaiser professionals have chosen to postpone a strike is set for
tomorrow. they said it wasn't appropriate to strike tomorrow morning. the strike is set to shut down mental health services across the state. and an east bay community rocked by a mass shooting. dozens of people gathered to remember the five people shot and killed at a halloween party. names of victims were read out loud. they wanted to send a message to the victim families they are supporting. >> while we can never imagine what they are going through, we wanted to honor the children, i think, between 20 and 30, the people who died. so we needed to -- we needed to say their names. and we needed to let people know that we care they are lost. >> this happened at an air bnb rental. changes are already under way an at an air bnb. people have yet to make an arrest in the case.
a police shooting left one man dead in san jose. this happened yesterday afternoon on the southbound side of the highway. officers tried pulling over a car and the suspect got out and pulled a gun. the suspect had a warrant out for his arrest. eddie garcia is expected to give a statement on the shooting and provide new information. the impeachment hearing expected to happen wednesday. the inquiry is looking into whether president trump urged the ukraine president to investigate biden. it claims that hunter biden and the whistle-blower launched the inquiry. democrats rejected the idea. silicon valley congressman
held a packed town hall meeting and addressed con stitstituents >> it's embarrassing. >> the congressman spoke to us before the town hall meeting. and it's important an as the impeachment hearing goes public this week. >> people will learn how the national security was compromised and it's important that americans know what took place. >> reporter: the inquiry looks into whether president trump has contacted the ukraine president for aid. >> i never heard of some of the people. i don't flow who they are. it's all third hand knowledge. >> we need to be deliberate. >> conner addressed the situation briefly along with other issues like the budget.
he is on the house oversight committee. but much of the discussion at the town hall centered on medicare, climate change and housing. >> global warming, ha is important to me. and he seemed to have all the right answers. >> i think most people think we should concentrate on the issues and the next election. that's how we replace trump. >> nbc bay area news. coming up at 9:30, a closer look at the this week's hearings. a big show of support for elizabeth warren in oakland today. a campaign office in downtown oakland. rebecca caplan is one of several leaders. >> we can, we will and we must provide a future that provides health care for everyone. that is just one of the many important reasons i am so proud and honored to endorse elizabeth
warren as the next president of united states. >> the office will be used to organize sparters. warren held a ten-point lead over his closest rival among california voters. a woman was trapped in her quar for hours in santa rosa. cars started coming in about a car crash at the 116 and gurnsville road. the cruise had trouble finding the car because the fog was so thick. the car was on its roof. the jaws of life were used to get her out. no word on her condition. a follow-up of a mural in fran's mission district. targeted with black spray paint. one of the artist was livid with what had happened. >> we had just restored it the a year and a half ago, and it got
attack bid gang bangers, and just to assess the damage, we wound up restoringing the whole mural. >> the good news. he said when they last restored it, they had a layer of sealer. he will see if he can wipe the vandalism off of top of the sealers. a search and rescue operation this weekend. this is video from a coast guard helicopter that responded to an emergency radio beacon. it capsized. two men and a woman pulled out of the water. the search for the last man aboard has been called off. an old refrigerator caused a scare. family said there was a strong smell of ammonia. it came from an old refrigerator that was leaking. the ammonia can be dangerous.
they were evacuated. >> based on the proper toty, amoment ammonia, it's a hassle. >> no one suffered illness or injury in the incident. honoring those who serve. thousands came out to san francisco's veterans day parade this morning. it started on fisherman's wharf. the event was a celebration of world war i. the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. and the armisis agreement with germany. the veterans say the support means a lot to them. >> it's exciting to see so many people be supportive of the veterans here in the bay air yanch area. >> i think it's wonderful. i'm glad we are doing it.
it's small but i'm glad we're doing it. >> tomorrow, a veterans day ceremony will be held at 11:00 a.m. still ahead, a new shake up for the san francisco giants. who will now be second in command for the team? and -- >> if my mom can do it, i can do it myself. >> more than a game. how a bay area teenager and beating the odds on and off the field. and this time tomorrow, monday night football in the bay area. we have a warming trend headed back to the work week. we will see temperatures in the 70s in levis stadium. a look at that when we come back. there are those who will say that you're:
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he grew up in redwood city and graduated from ucla. he is honored to join the giants and looking forward to helping the team win another world championship. the giants will address the media tomorrow about the new gm. next up, to name a new manager to take over for bruce bochy. youth sports are considered good exercise and a social activity for some people. and it also carries dreams and hoping. we see how one bay area high school senior, it's a way out. >> here we go, here we go. >> good job. >> football is a game of motion. >> hurry up hurry up. the game is to pursue obstacles. at the catholic high school, ge senior jamar. in his three years, defensive tackle has a name for himself.
listed as the state's top lineman, a potential college star with a shot at the nfl. >> that a boy. excellent. >> reporter: but his path to the gridiron was anything but. >> i have been to 13 is schools before marine catholic and i lived in six states. >> he with you born in los angeles, raised by a single mom after he father was shot in gang violence. his mother, a care giver for the elderly. he and his six sisters with all between places. >> i never had the stability and to be able to make the relationships with coaches, friends, community. >> i feel so bad. >> margaret decided to move her kids to marin where she thought they would have a better life. >> i couldn't get anyone to rent to me. because i was making only three times the rent.
so i told my kids -- >> outside the school where her son would go, she lived and worked out of her car. >> i with was saving up and spending money. and it was time for them to start school again, they said, you don't have a resident. and i said, i have been sleeping next to the school. >> jamar got in on a scholarship and found his way to football for the first time. >> i just found a love for it. it became a lifestyle. >> what he has been through and how he carries himself and everything else, it's pretty remarkable. >> he shoved his way to becoming a top college prospect, 13 major universities, he picked usc where had he will go next weir year on a football scholarship. the first in his family to go to college. so he takes the field.
his mother takes the stands. >> i wouldn't be in the position i'm in without her. >> i feel great knowing all the sacrifices meant something. >> the future is a wide open field, a clean set of downs, a mother and son fighting for every inch in a perpertual game of motion. >> still ahead, the most common number you give out. how handing out your phone number can do more harm than good. >> here is why you want to slow down on the golden gate bridge commute. a bit of fog now to the west of downtown san francisco. we will talk about that and a warmup in the forecast when we come back.
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send us your videos, from the wacky and weird to the dangerous. show us what you're experiencing out here. you can also record yourself explaining what you saw. e-mail us at nbcbayarea.com or on social media. we want to hear from you. a stur born fire in the heart of hollywood. firefighters battle theed through the night to fight a fire that inched closer to the warner brothers studio and the hollywood hills area. one point, a studio was evacuated. it did not ruin any structures. a smoke was billowing over the
hollywood sign. one firefighter was hurt. the fire is nearly contained now. people give out their phone number, no problem at all. it's riskier than you think, leaving a treasure trove of data about you, your family and finance ps. >> i will need a phone number. >> it's the number most requested and often required. >> please enter the ten digit phone number. >> welcome back, jacob. >> they already have my number. >> or buying groceries. when you give your phone number to a rewards program at the grocery store, the discount is not free. they are getting an incredible amount of information about you. >> companies use your phone number to track everything you do. >> i found that out when i used any cell to call patrick jackson, who makes privacy soft
moth ware a disconnect. >> he used the phone number to pick a strange meeting place. >> i lived here. >> how? >> he just plugged any phone number in a website and boom, he had personal stuff including my mom's name. and your mom, and your father [ bleep ] and you have a sister [ bleep ] and a wife [ bleep ]. >> that is crazy. >> is there a whole industry of giant multibillion companies tying identifiers to your information. they sell it to other companies to build profiles of who you are. my phone number is like a homing beacon. it triggers data bases all through my life. that means anybody who has my number can find out all sorts of things about me. things like where i go to the bank. which one is my grocery store, my pharmacy. but the rhythms of my life,
where i work, where gi go to th gym and get my coffee. >> he tapped into my data to pick a place he knew i would like. >> how you did know i would want to come here? >> well, you give me your phone number. >> you didn't need -- >> no, just one piece of information and we know you like to do hiking and camping. say you bought one of these hats, one of the out fitter hats, that information would go in a data base, matching your phone number and e-mail address with other partners they have. >> easy to get in and hard to get out. any company you give a phone number to is probably sharing with it partners. the next time someone asks for your phone number, think about it first. tomorrow is not just veterans day. it's a rare chance to see the
planet mercury cross the sun. it's the smallest planet the in solar system. it will appear as a tiny black start. you have to look before dawn. californians should be able to catch part of the event. does it get you going? exciting? >> yeah, a little bit. you can see it in the fog. >> you sound like a heads up -- >> well, it feel ps like france right now. it might be issues had. the good news is, we will see an off-shore wind pattern. and the hills, that looks good for a great morning. and east bay, you at 58 degrees and walnut creek, a high of 77 earlier today. tomorrow, likely closer to 80 degrees. right now, around the golden gate bridge. right now, winds are technically on shore.
helping to bring in the clouds. 51 degrees in san francisco. and later tonight, we will begin to see a bit of an off-score breeze, and could make dry conditions. and san jose, clear skies, after a high of 70. expect highs in the mid 70s tomorrow around san jose, and air quality, it's not the spare the air day. and cleans up a bit off shores. morning temperatures in the 40s, 50s. patch up or two of low clouds and you see for "monday night football" in levi's stadium, cooling to around 60 for the 49ers and seahawks. and 70s in san jose, and concord, 80 degrees tomorrow. mid 70s around oakland and hayward. and temperatures starts to climb, warmer than the last few
days and winds turn off shore. and san francisco, near 80 degrees in santa rosa. we're looking at not much in the way of low clouds inland that we have seen over the last few mornings. the dryness values in the hills, indicated by the blue lines int intersecting the red. and you will see the numbers start to come down. and not only make things dry in the hills but it's high pressure, holding strong, no rain really showing up in the forecast. that is the story of the week. a start to the week, an on shore breeze thursday and friday. will start to cool down a bit. and veterans day plans in the bay area tomorrow, the weather is great. close to 70 degrees in san francisco tomorrow. and valleys tomorrow, close to
80 degrees, a little dry in the hills, we will take a look at that in the next half hour. still no sign of rain in the seven-day forecast. we could see wind -- more wind, off shore breezes for the weekend. more coming up in the next half hour. >> all right, thanks very much. we told you about new regulations in a lot of places. but how a crackdown on a popular e cigarette would hurt the 2020 election. we will explain the political ramifications next. welcome to the carnival 30 minute tour.
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police say a man suffered several gunshots and died here at the scene. after investigating, they determine the man who shot him is an off duty police officer from richmond. he was in a mercedes that is her parked at the gas station. vallejo pd is now investigates. we talked with relatives of the victim and they say he is a 37-year-old man. he has six kids. they say he was turning his life around. he worked in the construction industry and they are very upset. in fact, dozens and dozens of people are out here demanding answers. they formed a prayer circumstance toll mourn this man who was shot today. they have questions because they say he was face down. we don't know how many times he was shot but witnesses tell us they heard seven to eight shots, possibly as many as ten tonight. so a lot of unanswered questions
tonight. but again, vallejo police are out here investigating. reporting live, mary ann favro shlg. >> thanks. and kelly o'donnell reports on impreach. >> reporter: the president lashing out and says he wants people from the white house to testify. and he will not allow a white house lawyer or requested witnesses. impeachment going public and current and former officials testifying on camera this week. claiming the president held military aid to get ukraine to investigate biden. and a sharp divide over which witnesses should be called. >> having hunter biden come in
is unrelated to the ukraine call. that is irrelevant. >> i consider any impeachment -- >> and the president's actions towards ukraine for unwise but not enough to remove him from office. >> i believe it us inappropriate. i do not believe it was impeachable. >> but he sayses, it's not perfect but not impeachable. democrats say they could spoosht republican witnesses but under certain conditions. >> do they have important information, knowledge or evidence of the president's conduct. we should call them, sure. >> surprising claims about president trump's early administration revealed in a new book. nikki hayley rights that former
secretary of state rex tillerson and john kelly tried to get her to help under mine the president. they did it, she writes, because they felt they needed to save the country from president trump. tillerson has not commented on the claims. kelly says he provided trump with the best advice he could. health sfisofficials warn a the dangers of vaping and they are trying to ban certain flavors of e-cigarettes. and the president's plan is leaving a bad test. >> reporter: president says they are going to ban vaping flavors this week. >> we will have an age element of 21 or so. >> reporter: he is also acknowledging the political power of the vaping industry. >> we have a lot of people to look at, including jobs,
frankly. it's a pretty big industry. >> reporter: threatening their point and their vape pens, ex-smokers converged in protest. they explain that e-cigarettes helped them quit their tobacco habit. >> and strawberry cheese cake flavor helped me save my life. >> reporter: more than 4 million vapers live in swing states including florida. the president won florida by more than 100,000 votes. all this after researchers discovered a link between lung injurieses, two deaths and a type of vitamin e. in sound products. and the goal is to take away some of the flavors so fewer
young people start. >> it's not my job to think about politics or the political ramifications. my job is to think about health. >> reporter: tens of thousands of undocumented immigrants brought her as children enter the supreme court this week. the court's ruling not expected until june. could come as early as january. if the jus ftices determine noto support it, the program will end. the supreme court could further rule the termination was lawful or unlawful, a few of the possibilities. the libyan president announces his resignation. and a dispute over an election he claimed to have won. the longest leader in south america n power 14 years. i had won a fourth term last month and left the country in a crisis. the breaking point is when
bolivia's military turned against him today. temperatures are mild across the bay area. much of the u.s. is bracing for an arctic blast. 80% of the country is at risk for dangerously cold sub freezing temperatures. over 230 million people will be affected from montana down to the south, a lot of points in between. 41 states will be hit. meteorologists say nearly 300 yards could be broken over the next five days. take a look at this, new jersey firefighters spent hours removing a porsche that cracked in the second story of this building. it happened early this morning in tom's river. the driver was speeding, really speeding, and lost control. the driver hit the median. went airborne. two people died as a result of that crash. silicon valley was known as
the boy's club but more women are pursuing careers. more on closing the gender gap. >> reporter: more female graduates are hunting for jobs in technology. >> we had over 200% increase in women aplaying for the to data engineer position. >> reporter: a new study from a career network called hand shake. out of 100,000 women, more than a third majored in a nonstem related subject. >> whether it's fashion or education or finance. >> reporter: but half had technical skills such as coding. pushed by organizations like girls who code. hiring and recruitment could have an impact. cisco, microsoft among companies attracting the highest percentage female applicants. >> we are seeing employers staking a vested invest to make sure they have diversity on the
team. >> and women now make up almost 30% of entry level tech positions but overall, they are outpaced by men 3 to 1. and women face challenges beyond under representation. from sexual harassment to unequal pay. >> while we have progress, we still have a lot of work to do. >> reporter: to make sure male-dominated industries don't stay that way forever. liz mclaughlin, nbc news. police are calling it the biggest take over of stolen phones in the bay area. t the multimillion-dollar worldwide scheme. you shouldn't have to live with pain.
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stolen phone operation in the bay area. it was until police went under cover and busted a stolen phone pipeline. tonight, we investigate a million dollar cell phone shuffle. here is jessica. >> reporter: they are fast and furious. hooded thieves dashing in apple stores, steals thousands of dollars in iphones and laptops in seconds. your cell phone, the modern day loot of choice. snashed on streets, out of parked cars every day. >> any where from 500 to $1,000 for iphones. >> that is the going street price. they are willing to pony up for new iphones on black market.
free mond freemont is in the midst of an auto burglary epidemic. >> we believe it's why the burglaries is so high. >> reporter: they still find it. oakland pd had zeroed in on iphone shipments in the bay area. big money losses approaching a million dollars. one of the videos that captured a robbery, a wireless store in a strip small that buys, sells and trades cell phones. >> we heard about this place, and we heard it's the biggest. >> they set up a surveillance operation for months. he worked the market driving business by circulatinging a e-document listing the goods they wanted and the top dollar
price they were willing to pay. >> i never saw one customer go in and there and buy something. it was always people bringing in products. >> one of the alleged customers, former raiders football player isaiah langley. he walked in with a bag full of phones and walked out with stacks of cash. among the many phones. >> they were purchasing any where from 25 to 100 phones on a daily basis. >> what kind of money is that? >> they are spending 25,000 to $50,000 a day. >> some guy can come in and make 30 grand selling phones. >> watch what happens. >> our cam rays were watching from around cover van nearby after we learned of investigation over the summer. we walked customer after customer walk in and ato sell
phones. the owners, they linked to other wireless stores. one in san francisco. they were granted american citizenship as work as interp t interpreters in the army after work in afghanistan. >> we are talks thousands. >> easy mnchts detectived wanted to know where the stolen phone pipeline ended. they meant getting in business. selling phones and watching where they were activated. >> they were ended up all over the world. >> a global operation that led to dozens of places on multiple continents. mexico, dubai, neat name, kazakhstan, singapore among others. two weeks ago came the big takedown. 900 brand new iphone 11s offered
to him and associates. goods worth 1.3 million. the big fish had been hooked. officers raided seven other properties tied to the ring. arresting the store's three owners, seizing 350k in cash and fire arms they say were illegally bought. and strange new thread for police to pull on. >> they had an ipad up and there was somebody watching a live feed of us in the shop. >> where is it from? >> right now, we believe it was in turry. >> right now, the turkey connection is a firstry they will not solve. and all across the bay area. >> and moving forward on other operations. they are always moving forward
with sorting a u haul full of evidence. rereached out to them by phone, the attorneys tell us they have no prior criminal record and deny knowing any of the goods were stolen. the former oakland player, he and 11 others also arrested for the robbery runs. if you want to see more about the story, all you have to do is take out your cell phone right now, real time, right now. i know it's late on a sunday night. if you take out your cell phone and take a look at the qr code in the bottom left of your television screen there. you see that? point your camera at that code. it takes just a second. it will be cool. i just did it and it works. it will instantly connect you to the story we just saw. fun. interactive. a new attraction at a south bay mall and it's all made from
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pop star madonna is in a legal battle for being late. the star has a long history of starting concerts late, sometimes very late. so a venue in miami pushed the start time of her concert back two hours. two hours to accommodate her tardiness. that did not sit too well for one florida man. he spent more than 1,000 bucks for tickets. he said two hours late is not right for him. he is filing a class action lawsuit to madonna, a breach of contract and misrepresentation. holiday shoppers are e
expected to spend over an april dollar. they are going for your smartphone. here is more in the report. >> reporter: the most wonderful time of the year and deal hundredors, tech the tools are helping shoppers safe money and time. text alerts to help you find a deal, to apps allowing to you scan a page to buy a toy, digital shortcuts are rolling out now. stores too bringing joy to consumers as they turn to technology to compete for your bucks. walmart shoppers can scan a page in a toy cal log atalog and it show you its location in a store. >> walmart wants to make it easier for you to buy something in the store. you can meet with an employee. this is $10.93. >> looking to keep extra are
jing until your pocket buying electronics, best buy shoppers can sign up for text alerts, 20 days of door busters. already unveiling black friday discounts features hundreds of early deals, and savings on apple products. and the christmas tree, the target app lets you see exactly how a tree would flook your living room, out fitting yourself to yourself, in order str -- nordstrom will help you find a holiday outfit. and shoppers expected to spend a trillion dollars. to deck the hall and so much more. lego land's mascot is traveling all over the bay area
and visiting landmarks. there is a purpose behind it. folks, it's election week. this is birty. he is e joying some of the best sighs in the bay area, the golden gate bridge, levi's stadium. he is making the round. you can vote on which local landmark will be made out of legos at the lego land center next fall. voting takes place new through november 19. there is no age limit of that election. you knew all about this. you were top of it. >> the bridges would be a great choice. >> a nice bridge made out of legos. >> the boys would like to see that. >> and take it apart. >> how long would it last? >> and sunshine, tomorrow, warmer temperatures. there is a catch in the forecast for some of the hills later
tonight and tomorrow morning. we watch a little taste of off-shore breezes. 40s and 50s. and we head to tomorrow morning, and patch or two of fog around san francisco, and temperatures in the 40s and high tomorrow, veterans day plans, really nice. mid 70s around san jose, and san francisco and oakland, low to mid 70s. less of a sea breeze influence and the hill tops, we could see dry breezes. the fire danger and typically this time of year, grate line indicates fire danger dropping. normally, we get rain and the fire chances and fire danger on the decline. the opposite end of the spectrum, you see the hills around the bay side community and the east side hills,
slightly above maximum dryness values. we talk about off shore warnings, and winds won't be that strong. but the wind direction we have to watch out for for the hill top areas, still unusually dry. we begin to see a bit of a north wind picking up, 10 to 20 miles per hour. not too strong. and the wind direction is enough to get the humidity levels to stay dry around some of the hill tops. we will watch that tonight to lake county, yellow county and meantime, cooler air and relatively higher humidity levels around the valley. we have high pressure keeping things dry through the week. we will see a little push of winds thursday and friday, a slight drop in temperatures. we have to watch the pattern as we head to next weekend. not only no rain in the forecast but as the high recenters back off to the west, any of the pms that miss us in the bay area and drop in east of the see --
sierra, brings it in the potential for weather. and heading to the 20th, dry for the bay area. no good news for fire danger but veterans day tomorrow, san francisco, close to 70 degrees, and valleys, close to 80. and picture perfect weather, levi's stadium, santa clara, cooler over weekend. >> wow. >> it's getting now in the 30s. like last year. >> all right, well, thank you very much. one game remains on the snfl schedule this week and the bigst one. 49ers remain undefeated. tomorrow night against the seahawks. here is jim kozimor with a pregame. >> good evening, everyone.
an air sports sunday in the bay area. raiders are off after beating the chargers thursday. the silver and black in the afc playoff hunt. the niners remain the only unbeaten team in the national football league. good news for the niners, the owe linemen expected to return for the biggest game of the season for the 49ers. and george kit can ttle is list doubtful. the niners and seahawks renew their rivalry. both excited for the big stage. >> it's like winning the division is your first goal. it would mean a lot in terms of the chances to win the division. obviously until we clinch it and get to the playoffs and all that, it's all meaningless. but it will mean something. the first goal is to win the division and i think they would agree. that this game goes. >> they do a good job of everything. up front, they get after the
quarterback, the secondary. they make the tough to get easy throws throws in there and they challenge everything. it will be fun. a good atmosphere. and levi's was rocking. and the faithful will be loud. >> i think me personally, and the guys that have done it. it's one time that all your peers will watch also. it's cool to be on national tv. i think it's special and the whole league gets to watch it too. >> from the gridiron to baseball, the giants have their man. scott harris has been highed by the giants ads club's new generl manager. he will report to farhan zaidi and joins the orange and black after seven seasons as an assistant gm for the cubs. he was with the cubs for the 2016 championship. that is all we have. we have more news after the break. we made usaa insurance for members like kate.
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"no, i love you more." and sometimes i even go to sleep and i still say it, like, mom, i love you more. that's the kind of stuff you can't never forget >> she was the single mom who kept him safe. she was also keeping a secret. >> she was really working for the cia. >> that's my understanding, yes. >> an undercover job handling classified documents but the real intrigue started when she was went missing >> i knew something was wrong. >> i didn't want to believe that this was actually a reality. >> we had concerns that there may be missing classified information. it could turn into an espionage