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good sunday morning. 7:00 on the dot on this november 24th. here is a live look outside for you over walnut creek. not a bad sight there ahead of what should be another lovely day across the bay area. plenty of sunshine. thanks so much for joining us, i'm kira klapper. vianey arana was a look at our microclimate forecast. if it's anything like yesterday i will be happy with it. >> today will be but then we have big changes ahead, and as a forecaster i kind of get joy out of tracking big things to come. >> yes. >> but i feel like as a viewer i don't want to shock you so let's take you slowly through the changes ahead. san francisco right now we've got the bridge looking stunning, you can see mostly clear skies,
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we will get a little bit of haze, the temperatures right now santa rosa 33, napa 35. the reason i didn't want to shock you is because i always love it when viewers say we need the rain, where is the rain, then the rain comes and they are like, why is it raining? well, san jose's temperature trend right now, plenty of sunshine for today, enjoy t it's going to be sunny, gorgeous, in the 60s. by monday we will see an increase in winds and then by tuesday we've got our very first measurable amount of rain moving in and this is going to be a cold system, which means it could be bringing with it the possibility of hail, thunderstorms, snow for the sierra and all in time for your thanksgiving celebrations, but we do see a change in the timing as far as how much rain we will see on thanksgiving day so i have an update on that, also if you're heading up to the sierra i have a closer look at that. i want to show you how sat lied radar looks right now. i will take you through that entire timeline of what we're tracking in 15 minutes. >> 7:15. we will see you around then.
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thanks. we begin with two boys gunned down in a school parking lot. people in union city are in shock after the shooting woke them from their sleep. the victims just 11 and 14. could this stunning crime be linked to another shooting? "today in the bay's" marianne favro has the latest. >> reporter: a candlelight vigil gr grows in union city. the parking lot lit erred with shell casings, a painful reminder of how they died. >> we heard the loud gunshots, my wife she was very scared. even one of my sons couldn't go to sleep after that. >> reporter: union city police say two boys ages 11 and 14 were sitting in a van in the school parking lot when someone opened fire on them, killing them. >> there were several gunshots in the van, several casings located at the scene. >> police are investigating whether this may have been a gang-related shooting.
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they are also looking into the possibility the homicides are related to a double shooting of two men wednesday, less than a half mile away. >> until we get more information as to the motive behind what occurred, you know, we're going to continue to patrol that area heavily. >> reporter: dozens came to the scene to grieve, including council member patino. >> it's close to home, i have a teenage daughter and she happens to know the victims. >> reporter: he's hoping someone who knows something comes forward. >> speak about these two young lives that are lost and two families grieving right now, let's send our prayers to them and let's think about them and let's get these guys caught. >> reporter: marianne favro, nbc bay area news. new this morning at least one person is under arrest after two sideshows last night in oakland. it happened around 10:30. the opd helicopter helped find the driver who tried to flee officers at the sideshow at 42nd avenue and international boulevard. he was arrested and this car was
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towed. another car was towed and several other people were taken into custody after throwing bottles at officers at another sideshow at 66th avenue and coliseum way near the coliseum. oakland pd has extra weekend patrols to try to prevent sideshows in the city. happening now, crews have shut down lanes on the bay bridge. here is a live look for you at 11:00 last night caltrans closed three lanes in both directions for maintenance. the closure lasts through 9:00 this morning. just before midnight tonight two eastbound lanes going out of the city will close through 5:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. the game of the year could be happening at levi stadium tonight. two of the best teams in the nfl, the 49ers and the green bay packers, take it on on sunday night football. it's a game you can watch right here on nbc bay area and "today in the bay's" pete suratos is
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live at levi stadium as we countdown to kickoff. good to see you this morning. >> reporter: good to see you. good morning to you. do you know what, for 49ers fans it's been a while since the niners have played on sunday night football, their last game was against the new york giants on sunday night football that was back in 2015. that was a loss to the giants, so we're hoping we get a different result later tonight. now, the 49ers have been on prime time a lot, really the past few weeks, including that monday night thriller against the seattle seahawks. of course, we're hoping for a different result from that game on that monday night as they lost a close one to the seattle seahawks. tonight's matchup is against those green bay packers, both teams sit atop the nfc with the 49ers holding a 9-1 record and the green bay packers at 8-2. the winner of tonight's game could be the number one seed heading into the playoffs, we're assuming the 49ers get into the playoffs, this he would be the number one seed in the nfc. the 49ers defense will have
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their hands full trying to contain aaron rodgers who is considered by many to be one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time. >> i mean, they're an 8-2 team, they've been real tough to beat, everyone knows how good their quarterback s he's been one of the best quarterbacks of our generation, right up there with all those guys. >> we know what we have, we have a great football team, at their place, on sunday night football, what else could you ask for? >> reporter: now, tonight's game is a part of a tough three-game stretch for the 49ers. next up after the packers they have the new orleans saints followed by the baltimore ravens. in fact, these three teams have a combined winning percentage of over 80%. as we take you guys back out here live to levi stadium which is sure to be rocking later tonight, kickoff for tonight's game is at 5:20 p.m. reporting live, pete suratos for "today in the bay." >> thanks for that exciting report. as pete mentioned you can watch the game tonight on nbc bay
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area. we will have special pregame coverage starting at 3:00 p.m. kickoff is at 5:20 and our postgame show starts around 9:00, it is all live from levi stadium. >> another case of a car hit by some sort of projectile on highway 101 near gilroy. the windshield of a car was hit yesterday afternoon at the 101 connector with 156. this may sound repetitive, we told you yesterday morning that a similar attack happened friday night, two people were hurt inside this mercedes and a carmel high school bus was hit. the bus was full of football players on their way to a playoff game in san jose. well, yesterday's incident marks the 41st time this has happened this year. investigators say all of the attacks are deliberate but they have yet to find the people responsible. a few south bay businesses are destroyed following a mysterious string of crimes at a san jose strip mall. a two-alarm fire ignited shortly
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before 5:00 yesterday morning at bonita cleaners on hillsdale avenue. when crews arrived the business already was engulfed in flames. a nearby pizza parlor and taqueria also were destroyed. one business owner says firefighters have been to this same strip mall twice already this week. >> a few days ago we had someone try to break in through the back of the business, that time they tried using fire. police came out, started investigating. they came back and tried to cause fire again a second time on tuesday. >> no one was hurt, but because the fire involved a dry cleaning business a hazardous materials team was called in. the cause has not yet been determined. no arrests have been made. stanford is expanding on the peninsula, it now has a new home for employees. the university bought a new apartment complex on franklin street in redwood city, it's called the cardinal apartments, fittingly. earlier this year stanford built
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a campus in redwood city right off 101. it's first major expansion outside the main campus in more than 125 years. this is what the cardinal apartments look like. stanford says staff and postdoctoral students will have priority to live there. it has 175 units ranging from studios to one bedrooms and two bedrooms. they are all ready to lease. stanford says this is a way to provide more affordable housing to their community. at 7:09 we have much more ahead on "today in the bay." coming up we go live to washington, d.c. to talk with chuck todd and get a preview of this week's "meet the press." also our annual feed the need drive is under way and once again we teamed up with safeways across the bay area working to get families meals this holiday season. you can help, too. we'll show you how.
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all right. welcome back. we are joined here in the studio with our political analyst larry gerston. good to see you.
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we bring in nbc news political director chuck todd and moderator of "meet the press." thanks for joining us this morning. >> hi, guys. >> inevitably we will get to the impeachment inquiry of course but first we have the fifth debate in the 2020 race this week for president. can you summarize what we learned? >> i think what i learned is that the people not named pete buttigieg are having a hard time figuring out how to knock him off a peg or two. look, to me the subtext of that debate was how to spend a message that pete buttigieg can't win over african-american voters without saying it directly and alienating african-american voters or gay democratic primary voters. so you could see that tension that came through and it was all this subtext and bank shot and i think they struggled to have that break through. i think you could see that there is really no leader in the democratic primary, there's sort of three front runners, if you will, in buttigieg, warren and
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biden, with the open question of whether if biden hangs on to those african-american voters is that essentially going to be enough for him? or is he in danger of losing them at all? right now that seems to be the biggest unknown that is, i think -- that is, i think, under sort of -- that is -- that is defining this democratic race these days. >> chuck, assuming that house democrats approve impeachment articles without any republican support, to what extent does this kind of vote help the president's argument that the effort has been little more than a partisan witch-hunt? >> well, it will help his effort with republicans senators, right? if they basically show republican senators, hey, none of your kornt parts in the house voted for this, so how dare you do it. by the way, all of those guys -- you know, the subtext is they are more -- the house republicans are more in tune with the republican base than senate republicans. so it's also a bit of a warning shot that the president's allies
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can say. okay, you go against the base of the party and you know what will happen. so i think a partisan outcome in the house serves the president's political interests really well at least in surviving the impeachment trial. i don't know -- you know, larry, i have a -- the larger question i have about this entire process is i still don't know how this has been helpful to the president's ability to win reelection. he may survive this process, in fact, it's likely he will survive this process politically, but he's surviving by having a lot of people not defend the merits of what the president did. >> you know, throughout the hearings joe biden's name has been vilified by the republicans, again and again, we have heard it so many times, even though biden has had nothing to do with the impeachment inquiry. is his presidential candidacy likely to suffer just from the very mention of his name in the discussions? >> or could i posit that the reason why he hasn't faded in the democratic primary race is
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because every day voters are reminded that donald trump seems to have something to fear with joe biden? you know, i don't know what is more true, that, you know, joe biden's standing has suffered because of all of these attacks, or joe biden would be having a more difficult time in the democratic primary if he wasn't being propped up by the constant reminders that donald trump seems to fear biden more than any other democrat. i think that's one of those -- i could -- you know, we could argue it either way. right now, but the bottom line is i think this has been a net positive for biden in the primary because do you know what none of his democratic candidates can do? they can't criticize him for his son making money off of him, can they? >> and it's keeping him in the spotlight. chuck todd, thanks for your insight. we really appreciate t we hope you join chuck for this morning's "meet the press." he will have an interview with chair of the house intelligence committee representative adam
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schiff of course of california. plus he has an exclusive interview with senator roger wicker. be sure to tune into "meet the press," stick right here, it's at 8:00 right after this newscast. if you watch us every week you know larry will be back in 40 minutes for our weekly political segment. we will continue to look into the impeachment hearings. >> yes. >> the never ending topic. >> the saga. >> larry has job security. >> that's right. >> we will see you soon. we want to take you to other news now. it is a first in the united states, if you can believe it, we are talking about a health care center specifically serving vietnamese americans. look at that. yesterday was the ground breaking for the new service center in san jose, it's on center road near stone gate park. this is what it will look like. back in 2012 county leaders found that nearly 150,000 people in santa clara county are of vietnamese dissent and that there was a need for the center
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to help deal with the language barrier and to provide culturally sensitive services. the center is expected to open in 2021. all right. we are fighting hunger in the bay area. nbc bay area and telemundo 48 are teaming up to do just that. this weekend we are kicking off our annual food drive. our anchors and reporters along with dozen of volunteers were out at safe ways across the bay area yesterday getting the word out about the annual feed the need campaign. this year we are working with seven area food banks and thanks to your generosity more than 20,000 hunger bags have already been sold. if you want to help all you have to do is pick up a coupon at safeway, have the cashier scan it at checkout and $10 will be added to your purchase to help buy bags of food for those who need it the most. >> what's really changing in our community is we are serving so many working people, people who are working in low wage jobs and
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still struggling to be able to afford their rent and afford food. >> don't worry if you didn't get a chance to give yesterday, our food drive is going until christmas day at 166 safeway locations across the bay area. we had a wonderful day, vianey and you were at safeway in santa clara. it was so great because people were there doing their saturday morning grocery shopping and we were saying if you just take this coupon it adds $10 to the groceries you're already buying. but we had viewers come just to meet us and do that $10 donation. >> after watching the morning newscast and we appreciate you guys so much for stopping by. >> so much. >> it really means a lot that you would do that. >> and donate to such a wonderful cause. it's so easy. >> absolutely. all right. we had the perfect weather for that yesterday, we will still have a great day today. maybe you will do a little sunday shopping today. santa rosa 33 degrees, it is so cold, napa 35, how do we look compared to the rest of the
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nation? here it is. all right. so we've got 44 degrees in san jose, that's not our coldest spot, it should be up through santa rosa 33. when you look at the rest of the nation we are pretty close to being one of the cooler spots. minneapolis 36, detroit 35, a couple 40s in albuquerque 33 degrees. el paso in the 30s and 40s. right now your microclimate highs will be actually above normal for this time of year. once again we will be in those 60s and 70s through the afternoon, about ten degrees above what we're supposed to be for this time of year. expect mid 60s and 70s. we don't have a lot of cloud cover, hazy skies expected through the afternoon but i want to talk about the big changes ahead. we get a trough that drops down on monday. once a trough drops down we get an increase in offshore winds. anytime we see an increase in offshore winds we get heightened fire dangers. starting out mainly for the
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north bay peak gusts 30 to 45 mile per hour gusts in through monday. the fire concerns will quickly wear off because we have a low pressure system bringing our first rainfall, significant anyway that we have seen so far of this rainy season. let's go through this timeline. that low pressure system drops down which will drop our temperatures down, it's also going to bring a change in the winds. let's look at the timeline because the models are lining up a little bit better in terms of timing and rain we're expecting. i took this all the way through tuesday. monday still dry, just windy. looking ahead towards tuesday, look at 4:00, that cold front will move from north to south, santa rosa, san rafael, san francisco will be the first to see some of that rain. through 6:00, 7:00 it really begins to spread southward. now, this is a sold system and it's so cold that we may even see the chance of seeing a light dusting of snow for our local mountains with snow near elevations of 3,000 to 4,000 feet. it will be a sight to it but
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this could mean the chance of seeing possible hail and thunderstorms. advancing that timeline to 5:00 on wednesday and it looks like the majority of that rain will actually be clearing out by wednesday evening into thursday -- rather i should say thursday into the thanksgiving day and that's going to bring a little bit less rain for thanksgiving day. less showers expected but the temperatures, look at our daytime highs, only at 51 degrees. so windy, rain. do not wash your car. please don't. you will really going to regret it. enjoy your sunday it's going to be dry and absolutely beautiful. >> looks beautiful. vianey, thanks. we do have much more ahead on "today in the bay." coming up a local man is creating opportunities for people with autism and there is a person from his past who helped him find his purpose. it's the latest installment in our bay area proud series next. my parents never taught me anything about managing money.
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for a lot, but for one local provider of autism services the concept of experience has taken on a more personal meaning. "today in the bay's" garvin thomas shows us this company's unique hiring practices in this morning's bay area proud. >> reporter: in 2017 we shared the sweet story of pete and jack. pete worked with jack who has autism when jack was a little boy. the two went their separate ways after that, didn't see each other for years after, until jack showed up in pete's life again, this time applying for a job with pete's new company, helping those with autism. pete fired jack on the spot, getting not just an employee, but an idea. >> should i do $200 or less? >>. >> reporter: at the center for social dynamics jack clark is in charge of the toy library, both the budget and the tracking. >> i make sure that everyone turns the toys in on time and if they do not i give them a phone call or send them an email.
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>> reporter: jack has been a model employee says his boss pete. >> jack -- they couldn't care less about me, they care about jack. >> reporter: jack has done more than just kind a job at csd, pete says he has opened the door for others. >> jack gave us the green light to work with this particular population with these particular symptoms. from jack then zane came. >> i'm going based off the one i sent to you. >> reporter: zane was hired last year as project coordinator for csd. then came will jeffrey's as a behavioral specialist. and martin as a clinician. all of them diagnosed with autism themselves as children. >> so i was diagnosed at age three. >> i was five years old. >> i was four. >> reporter: pete says hiring people with autism to help others with autism has turned out better than even he
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imagined. zane, will and martin able to give advice and feedback to their neuro typical coworkers based on very personal experience. >> i know what i'm doing. i know about this. like i have had these services before. >> they are the leaders of the organization in many ways. we look up to them to provide many, many -- many answers. >> reporter: for these young men, though, it may mean even more. a part of them that growing up was viewed as their greatest weakness has been turned into a very valuable strength. >> i think it's a really great feeling. it's being revolutionary. >> what i really love is, you know, i'm helping these kids out. here i am growing up with it, being able to know like how to help these kids out. it's just -- it's a big accomplishment it feels like. >> reporter: pete's company csd has grown a lot in the last two years, they are up to 800 employees working in four
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different states. he says he right now has five adults living with autism on his payroll and he hopes to increase that. garvin thomas, nbc bay area news. it is 7:27. we do have much more ahead on "today in the bay." coming up, the 49ers are looking to shine under the lights when they take on the green bay packers on sunday night football. tonight we will take you back to pete suratos at levi stadium next. also -- a bill for almost 5 grand when one car is towed within one city, oakland. i'm consumer investigator krchr chmura.
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good sunday morning. it is november 24th. 7:29 as the sun shines on the golden gate bridge. what a gorgeous way to start the morning. thanks so much for joining us, i'm kira klapper, vianey arana was a look at our forecast. >> for today enjoy t enjoy all
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that sunshine. soak it in, take it in. also these temperatures you're feeling right now are not supposed to be this way for this time of year so they're above normal. pretty soon we will see a drop in the temperatures and the rain moving in. right now, though, in the peninsula 45 degrees, the tri-valley a cold 37, a very cold 33 for the north bay, 48 in san francisco. let's take a look at your microclimate highs. we will see hazy skies, for the most part clear conditions, 68 san jose, 68 livermore, 70 degrees concord, 70 degrees santa rosa and servian francisc. let's talk about that big game tonight, the forecast, i know, for the sunday night football on nbc bay area, packers versus the niners, look at those temperatures, perfect football weather. the 50s. good nice for football. >> and then those seats in the sun won't get too hot as well. >> exactly. speaking of, we begin with
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the big night at levi stadium, two of the best teams in the nfl, the niners take on the green bay packers on sunday night football. you can watch the game right here on nbc bay area like vianey just said. "today in the bay's" pete suratos is live at levi stadium as we countdown to kickoff. pete, a couple weeks ago before the niners played the seahawks in monday night football we said that was the biggest game for the team, but now tonight's game may be the biggest niners game in levi stadium history, right? >> reporter: yeah, i would say so as a 49ers fan i would agree with you. good morning to you. this is definitely the biggest game in 49ers history as far as levi stadium goes, as they're taking on the packers because both teams are sitting atop the nfc but as you mentioned the last prime time day was not too long ago with the seattle seahawks. a very close game, a nail biter there. hoping for a different result when the niners take on the green bay packers. both teams sit the nfc.
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the niners holding that 9-1 record and the packers sit ago the 8-2. only a game apart between both teams. the winner of tonight's game could end up being the eventual number one seed down the road in the nfc conference when it comes to the playoffs. now, the 49ers defense will have its handsful trying to contain aaron rodgers who is considered by many to be one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time. >> they are an 8-2 team. they've been real tough to beat. everyone knows how good their quarterback is. one of the best quarterbacks of our generation, right up there with all these guys. >> we know what we have, we have a great football team at their place on sunday night football what else could you ask for? >> reporter: tonight's game is a part of a tough three-game stretch ahead for the 49ers. they have the packers tonight, next up the new orleans saints followed by the baltimore ravens. these three teams have a combined wedding percentage of, get this, over 80%. a lot of tough games ahead for
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the 49ers as we take you back out here live to levi stadium. it will be a rocking stadium later tonight. kickoff for tonight's game is at 5:20 p.m. reporting live, pete suratos. for "today in the bay." >> as pete just mentioned, you can watch that game right here on nbc bay area. we will have a special pregame coverage. that starts at 3:00 p.m., kickoff is at 5:20 and our postgame show starts around 9:00 p.m. it's all live from levi stadium. nbc bay area responds to tow truck complaints all the time, but this one in particular stands out for its massive price tag. even though it started with a simple parking problem consumer investigator chris chmura explains. >> reporter: kira, good morning. we are talking nearly $5,000 for one car being towed. this story shows you just how wrong a parking era can go. nancy wants to keep her real name private but she wants you
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to learn from her mistake. she blocked a driveway one night and got towed but the tow yard wouldn't let her get her car back for two months charging her a hefty storage fee the entire time. >> i think around like $90 a day and in total we had to pay $4,800. >> so why the long delay? it's a really interesting story with a lesson for everyone. tonight after the 49ers game, we investigate, why storage for a towed car can cost more than people's monthly rent and you will see that where you live makes a big difference in what you'll pay. if you have a towing trouble story to share please visit or call us 888-996-tips. i will see you again tonight around 9:00 after the 49ers game. >> we will stay tuned to see you then, kris. thanks. in other news new this morning at least one person is under arrest after two separate sideshows last night in oakland.
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it happened around 10:30 the opd helicopter helped locate the driver who tried to evade officers at 42nd avenue and international boulevard. he was eventually arrested and his car towed. and another car was towed and several other people were taken into custody after throwing bottles at officers at another sideshow at 66th avenue and coliseum way near the coliseum. oakland pd have had extra weekend patrols to try to prevent sideshows in this city. crews have shut down lanes on the bay bridge, here is a live look as the sun shines this morning. at 11:00 last night caltrans closed three lanes in both directions for maintenance. those closures last through 9:00 this morning. so about another hour and a half. again, though, just before midnight tonight two eastbound lanes leaving the city will be closed through 5:00 tomorrow morning. now to the latest in the impeachment investigation. new documents appear to show the
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connection between the president's personal lawyer, rudy giuliani, and secretary of state mike pompeo just before president trump removed the ambassador to ukraine. the state department released nearly 100 pages of documents showing the two talked shortly before ambassador marie yovanovitch was abruptly recalled from ukraine. experts say this appears to tie pompeo to an effort to force ukraine to dig up dirt on former vice president joe biden and his son. also soviet born businessman lev parnas reportedly wants to testify to congress now that republican congressman devin nunes met with ukraine's top prosecutor last year to discuss investigating the bidens. if true, it would mean nunes was involved in the alleged plot that the committee he sits on is now investigating. nunes denies the allegation and giuliani says his former associate is lying. >> poor lev, i don't know what he's doing to himself, i think
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once again that's going to be shown to be prove blee untrue. >> with public testimony now over house democrats presiding over the inquiry are weighing their next move and these latest developments. vice president mike pence made a surprise visit to iraq this weekend, this comes after months of criticism that the trump administration betrayed former kurdish allies in that region by withdrawing 1,000 u.s. troops. syrian kurds suffered through a bloody turkish assault following the withdrawal. pence thanked troops and congratulated them for capturing the last inch of isis-controlled territory, this despite an isis resurgence in syria. he also blamed the impeachment hearings for stalling a pay raise for service members. >> but we need congress to do their job, my fellow americans gathered here, the truth is congress should have finished their work on defense appropriations months ago. but you all know the partisan politics and endless
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investigations have slowed things down a bit in washington, d.c. >> the vice president was joined by his wife, the two served troops a thanksgiving lunch before those remarks. now to a health scare for justice ruth bader ginsberg this weekend. the 86-year-old supreme court justice was admitted to a baltimore hospital friday night after experiencing chills and a fever. she initially was evaluated at sibly recommend real hospital in washington, d.c. before we were transferred to johns hopkins for treatment. her symptoms are improving we're told after intervenous antibiotics and fluids. ginsberg is expected to be released from the hospital as early as this morning. at 7:38 still ahead on "today in the bay," two weeks of public impeachment hearings are now over so what comes next? political analyst larry gerston rejoins us live to sort through it all. but first the ax finally is
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back in berkeley. the play that snapped the bears nine game losing streak.
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good morning, everyone. well, the streak is over, berkeley is celebrating after the big game for the first time in a decade. cal and stanford meeting in the big game, they've been playing for the ax since 1933, fourth quarter stanford with a three-point lead, chase garbers breaks a tackle, avoids a sack, 16 yards for the game winning score. cal beat stanford 24-20. check out cal taking over stanford stadium. they win the big game for the first time since 2009. >> it's a great feeling. i'm excited for our players and fans. means so much to our institution and alumni and team. it's an awesome moment. >> bringing the ax back to
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berkeley after ten years, great for our community, great for the team. >> i'm hurt for our seniors. i feel like the rest of us let our seniors down, didn't allow them to finish their careers here with the ax. >> cal now bowl eligible while stanford's streak of ten straight post season appearances will come to an end this season. san jose state hitting the vegas strip, this is a lineman's dream. jack snyder, look at those hands, gets into the end zone for the touchdown and strike a pose. that's the heisman but the spartans learned the golden rule it's tough to beat the house in vegas, unlv wins 38-35. >> at the tank the sharks hitting the ice against the islanders, this one goes to overtime. kaine fields couture and that is the game. sharks beat the islanders 2-1. the captain is the first sharks player to score the overtime winner in back to back games. the 49ers will be under the lights when they take on the green bay packers on sunday
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night football. the packers roll into levi stadium with an 8-2 record. the niners have the best record in the conference at 9-1. last week they rallied from 16 down to beat arizona, despite the win the 49ers know they're going to have to play better to beat green bay. >> they've been real tough to beat, everyone knows how good their quarterback s he's been one of the best quarterbacks of our generation, their defense has been very good and turnovers, have been very good in the red zone. they are not turning it over so it's a tough formula to beat. >> having them, you know, helping out the defense and just getting the place rocking will be huge. so, yeah, it will be a big game sunday. great opportunity, great challenge for us. >> this is the first time the 49ers will play a home game on sunday night football since 2014. you can watch the game right here on nbc bay area. we will have a special pregame coverage starting at 3:00 p.m., kickoff at 5:20 and our postgame show starts around 9:00, live
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from levi stadium. the raiders are hitting the road for the east coast. the silver and black will take on the new york jets today. both teams are playing with a lot of confidence. the jets have won two in a row and the raiders are riding a three-game winning streak. >> defensively they're playing with confidence and very, very aggressive style of play. it will be a challenge for us. >> they're just getting healthy and seeing what they're able to do when they are all out there together and very, very tough game ahead of us but looking forward to it. >> and kickoff is set for later this morning at 10:00. that's a look at your morning sports. i'm anthony flores, have a great sunday.
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welcome back. last week the house intelligence committee completed its impeachment hearings after interviewing the last of 12 witnesses. all parties will pause now for the thanksgiving holiday during this coming week, but what comes next? nbc bay area political analyst
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larry gerston is here to guide us through the coming days and weeks. first, where do you think we stand and did the democrats make their case that the president deserves to be impeached? >> are you ready for this? >> i think so. >> yes and no. how is that for a firm answer? yes and no. >> not very firm at all. >> i'm going to walk you through this. look, we say yes, kira, because of a near consensus by just about everyone that the democrats made their case. most observers believe that the president demanded the ukrainians to investigate the bidens, father and son, for illegal activity in ukraine in exchange for ukraine getting badly needed military aid, from the president's own statements to the corroborations by chief of staff mick mulvaney to the near unanimous testimony of various witnesses, the infamous quid pro quo was established, period. >> okay. so you said yes and no. what is the no all about? >> okay.
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fair enough. we say no because the real fight now seems to focus on whether the president's activities and the assistance of those around him rise to the level of impeachable crimes. his defenders will ask were the president's actions so outrageous that he deserves to be removed from office or were his actions perhaps poor, even malicious, but not bad enough to be the first president ever to be removed from office? this debate, this is the core here, will fall heavily upon congress in the weeks and months to come. >> and i think that's an important part to mention that he can be impeached and not removed. >> absolutely. >> so what is next do you think in the near term? >> okay. upon return from that thanksgiving recess that you mentioned intelligence committee democrats and republicans will draft their reports for submission to the house judiciary committee. now, we can expect radically different conclusions, of course, but upon reviewing those reports the house judiciary committee will decide whether the president's activities
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regarding ukraine merit charges. better known as articles of impeachment. that process will take maybe two or three weeks. >> do you have any idea what those charges would be? >> yeah, the answer to that question, of course, remains unclear, but we get a feel after a while, with he get a feel of what we might see. an article, for example, charging abuse of a power for the way the president used his office for personal gains, the ability, for example, illegally to get the better of joe biden in the 2020 campaign. an article perhaps charging the president with obstruction of justice for the way that he withheld subpoenaed documents from the congress, thus hampering its investigation. an article charging the president with attempted bribery of ukrainian president zelensky and maybe an article charging the president with witness intimidation for the way he discussed the testimony of former u.s. ambassador to ukraine marie yovanovitch. we don't know. we don't know whether these specific charges will emerge, but they seem to have been
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discussed and if the majority of the house members adopt any of these other charges for that matter they will form the basis of the impeachment. the official impeachment of president trump. that case would go to the senate for trial, but we can discuss that another day. >> and i'm sure we will discuss that another day. one last thing before you go. okay. so we have impeachment, we have removal, we have articles and charges, all these different things and twists and turns. why is impeachment so complicated for lack of a better term? >> and this is really important, i think, for people who aren't familiar with impeachment, what it's all about. this is the part really that separates the united states from any other countries. when the framers designed the institution way back when they attempted to build a government based on a stable foundation. they didn't want leaders you wishered in, you wishered out of office on whims or fickle public opinion. the bar for impeachment is high, very high, for removing the president, that's why the
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process has been so deliberate and at times seemingly at a crawl. what everyone feels about this president he deserves the benefit of a thorough investigation and defense and those are core american values we never want to forget. >> yeah, absolutely. thanks, larry, as always. something tells me this will not end today. >> not yet. >> we will see you next week and vianey will be back with a final look at weather. my parents never taught me anything about managing money.
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sunday and our temperatures right now running in the 30s and 40s so it's a little chilly. peninsula 45 degrees, the tri-valley a cold 37, the south bay 44 degrees. look at san francisco, 48 and up through the north bay 33 degrees. the east bay 43. so what's going to happen by the afternoon with our temperatures? well, we're still above normal, which means another mild afternoon down through san jose, 68 degrees, concord 70, napa 68, san francisco predicted high of 63. expect hazy skies which just means those thin clouds rolling through paired with some sunshine. big changes ahead so i want to make sure i get you through the timeline of it. satellite radar right now showcasing not a lot going on over our area but we do have a trough that's going to move in and this will make its way in tomorrow, that's going to kick in our offshore winds which will bring unfortunately critical fire danger that's because we will see gusty conditions mainly through the north bay peaks and that means 30 to 40 mile per hour gusts. this critical fire danger will
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end rather quickly and that's because we are tracking a low pressure system. this is the big story of the week. rain is on the way. tuesday, november 26th here it is, we have this low pressure system that will move from north to south, also a rather cold system which means a drop in temperatures and an increase in the possibility of seeing hail and also snow for the sierra. chance of thunderstorms. so what does the timeline look like right now? let's look at the models and what they're showcasing. so far there's tuesday the 4th. if you look at the timing this gives you a good idea. we will have a breezy and dry start on monday and even into tuesday and then that rain moves in early for the north bay, by the evening hours right around 4:00 look what happens, it begins to spread south and those chilly temperatures are going to drop down overnight as well into the 30s which means potential for snow near 3,000 to 4,000 feet in our local mountain areas. wednesday 5:00 we still have rain and showers pushing through, but right now the
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models are showing some of that rain moving out a little bit earlier, but still showing the chance of seeing some showers on thanksgiving day, but not as heavy rain as what we're going to be seeing on tuesday evening. squaw valley this is what it looks like, but look at the potential we are looking into by thanksgiving, we are talking about several inches of snow for south lake tahoe, 22 inches, tahoe city 25 inches. if this is a go to spot for thanksgiving for you and your family one big thing to look out for, the road conditions, it's going to have a huge impact on that, the trails leading up there can easily being dangerous, especially when it's raining and snowing. monday we're going to see windy conditions, by tuesday night that rain is going to spread completely throughout the entire bay area with a windy evening, on wednesday showers with the possibility of seeing some hail. by thanksgiving less showers, the frosty conditions continue on friday.
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52 degrees by wednesday and low 30s overnight. >> oh, man. but good weather to get cozy at home and spend the holiday with family. vianey, thanks. before we go orders for tesla's new cyber truck are pouring in. elon musk says since debuting the pickup truck on thursday the company has racked up 146,000 orders, this is despite the publicity stunt that went wrong of course. tesla's chief designer threw a metal ball at one of the truck's armored windows to showcase its durability, the window ended up cracking and he did it at the ekd sinned woe. the cyber truck is tesla's sixth vehicle model since the company's founding back in 2003. wow. thanks so much for making us a part of your morning. no comment from either of us on that one. we have a special 3:00 p.m. newscast, a pregame newscast tonight ahead of the 49ers sunday night football night game against the packers and xfinity sports sunday prime time airs after the game at 8:30 followed
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