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sam//vo rig now 11: a crash scene at tells thstory right now at 11:00, a crash scene that tells the story of a hefty human toll. three young men are killed after their car veers off the road and ultimately snaps in two. now the investigation starts into the fatal series of events that caused that crash. good tuesday morning. thank you for joining us. i am sam brock. >> i'm laura garcia-cannon in for kris sanchez. the scene is all clear now. it took six hours to remove the debris. we first brought you the story at 4:30 this morning. a passerby alerted emergency crews about what happened. the car went off the road likely at a very high level of speed near the entrance to samuel taylor state park.
pete suratos joins us live near the scene this morning. i understand you talked to fire crews. what did they say? >> reporter: good morning, laura. we spoke with marin county fire, the first responders to the scene regarding this tragic accident where three lives were lost. want to show you the video. this car is literally split in half when this accident took place. marin fire is telling us that happened around 12:00 a.m. but they got the 911 call from an off-duty park ranger about a car accident in this area west of samuel p. taylor state park. when they arrived on the scene alongside chp and the marin county sheriff's department they found this 2013 toyota corolla snapped in half. there were three young males inside who were deceased. the car also pit a power pole and knocked down a couple of trees. when i spoke to chp earlier, they said that the driver of the car was originally heading westbound on sir francis drake boulevard which runs through the
park before eventually driving into the eastbound lanes and off the roadway. they don't know why this happened, and unfortunately when crews showed up it was too late. >> when they arrived on scene, they were hoping for the best, to be able to extricate and transport someone to the hospital. but it was very clear that the three subjects had passed away and that there was nothing additional that the fire department could do in saving the subjects. >> reporter: now, authorities do say it appears this driver was driving at a high rate of speed off the roadway when this accident occurred. what caused the driver to lose control in the first place is still under investigation. we're live in wood acre. pete suratos, nbc bay area news. >> thank you for the latest there, pete. new at 11:00, two people in serious condition after being hit by a car on 680 in walnut creek. our nbc chopper caught video of the crash and the backup. the victims were involved in a crash in the southbound lanes
before 8 itt:30 this morning. they decided to get out of their cars and were hit by a car in the northbound lanes. chp warns to stay in your car and pull off the freeway in the event of a crash. back in the spotlight. judge aaron persky the subject of a recall campaign after sentencing brock turner to six months in jail for sexual assault. now criticism of a prior case also involving a college athlete. we're joined by bob redell in palo alto at the superior yore court. the athlete is back in court after reportedly missing community service handed down by persky. what happened in court? >> reporter: good morning, sam. we were expecting kenan smith, a sophomore who plays football for the college of san mateo, to be exiting the santa clara county superior court here in palo alto. his parents just walked by.
this was him a couple hours ago as he arrived in court with his parents and his football coach to explain to santa clara superior court judge diane northway why he missed one of his community service days. and the judge did not like what she heard. she has now sentenced smith to 23 to 24 days of weekend jail starting in december. friday night through sundays. and this is because he missed october 2nd community service day. there was a long discussion in court as to why he missed that day, and his explanation to the judge was that he had a football game the night before, arrived early in the morning from sacramento, it was 2:00 in the morning. he had to be at the community service day at 7:30 on sunday. he woke up at 6:30, couldn't find a ride. he explained to the judge that he was just too tired. he reiterated to the judge that i am trying, i would like to make this a priority. as i mentioned, the judge said you can't handle this so i'm putting you into the weekend jail. kenan smith was convicted of
throwing his girlfriend down in a parking lot in sunnyvale last year and also beating a person who tried to come to that woman's aid. so it was judge aaron persky, the judge who sentenced stanford swimmer brock turner to six months in jail for the sexual assault of an unconscious woman who was looking over his case, and that's why the people who are behind the effort to recall judge turner have had such an issue with persky again in this case because they feel that the sentence of just about a month in jail was too lenient for kenan smith, given the crime he was convicted of. again, the judge this morning sentencing him to weekend jail starting to december. we are expecting him to be walking out of the building at any point right now. reporting live in palo alto, bob redell nbc bay area news. >> thank you, bob. samsung trying to make things right. at this very moment there are samsung employees swapping out
people's galaxy note 7 smartphones before they get on a flight. new video coming into the newsroom. samsung representatives are at five security checkpoints at sfo. they are trying to reach all samsung galaxy note 7 owners before they get on planes. the phones are known to overheat and catch fire. the faa has band them on every flight. if you are headed to sfo today, you can catch samsung employees at both domestic and international terminals. caught in the act of stealing wooden pallets. a richmond man is behind bars this morning, accused of committing a much more serious crime. police say that he ran down a fellow employee who tried to stop him from stealing the pallets. this happened yesterday afternoon at the true world foods wearhouse in san leandro. he was caught five hours later in oakland. our nbc chopper was overhead as both scenes developed. police say this white truck
being towed here is the murder weapon. the suspect is in jail with no bail. police have not released the name of the victim. a bizarre twist in what police call a premeditated ambush. it now appears the suspect connected to a police shooting in vallejo is linked to a 2-year-old boy shot just hours earlier nearby. adam powell can be seen walking into a starbucks. investigators say he intended to shoot and kill two officers inside but his weapon malfunctioned. then he took off running. the officers shot powell a block away as he tried unjamming the gun. hours earlier at a home, powell's 2-year-old son adonis somehow got a hold of a loaded gun and shot himself in the neck. this morning adonis is in intensive care at children's hospital in oakland. family says they are devastated. >> he is smart. he is just the best little boy that you can ever just imagine
having. he is -- he is like my best friend. >> powell, the father, is listed in stable but critical condition. flyers found on the san francisco state campus that critics say are only intended to do one thing, inspire hate. a group is sparking a wave of protest on that campus. specifically posters were put up last week targeting ethnic professor abdul haddi. the posters claim she is, quote, collaborating with terrorists after she sympathized with the palestine cause. students call it an unwelcome message. >> it's pretty hateful, you know. it's hard to believe people would do that. >> there is already enough bad going on. so now us students have to worry about this. >> the university president issued a letter condemning what he called vandalism saying, quote, let me be clear. this is not an issue of free
speech. this is bullying behavior that is unacceptable and will not be tolerated on the campus. the group behind the poster has targeted other teachers at campuses around california. palestinian students plan on speaking out publicly against the posters later this week. boil it before drinking. hundreds of residents are being told to take extra precautions after a water main break at the green valley water treatment plant near vallejo. people living north of green valley road and reservoir lane are being ordered to boil water before drinking it, freezing ice or even washing dishes. the break caused a loss in water pressure which can impact water quality. >> up next at 11:00, explosives and traps slowing down the troops' advance in mosul. the fight for iraq's second largest city has thousands in the danger zone. the latest from the battle against isis. plus, worries for americans in the philippines. the reason many may be returning to the united states. a bay area ceo quits his job
because he has got such a long commute. we'll tell you all about it coming up in business and tech. here on this tuesday morning a shot from emeryville. 360-degree views. a few clouds out there, beautiful blue skies. back to talk about your weekend forecast ahead after that. because she doesn't know that it kills 40,000 californians...
every year. because she doesn't understand what cancer is. because she can't spell emphysema. because she is a butterfly, who fights fires. because she is my daughter, and the surgeon general says that raising tobacco taxes... is a proven way to make sure she never smokes. that's why i'm voting yes on 56. let's get a check of the markets right now. things are actually in the green so far this morning. the dow is up about 93 points. the s&p has risen 16 points so far. the nasdaq is up just under 60 points this morning. >> hope it holds. a san francisco judge hearing arguments over the fairness of a $10 million payout to volkswagen owners.
volkswagen is supposed to buy back or repair close to 500,000 vw and audi cars. some car owners believe the settlement doesn't go far enough. two dozen people with expected to address the judge at the hearing today. credit card company visa is based in the bay area but its ceo lives in new york city. >> quite a distance. scott mcgrew, a tough commute for the boss. >> yeah. choorm. the ceo of visa says he'll step down effective in december because he wants to live on the other coast full-time. this is one of those rare cases where a ceo says he wants to spend more time with family and it's totally true. there have been no scandals at visa. everyone seems to think he has done a good job. he is going to step down as the company's board of directors member as well. he also served on microsoft's board of directors too. scharf told the "wall street journal," i think to do the job properly you need to be
committing to spending the appropriate amount of time in san francisco. given my personal situation, i don't feel that i can do that right now. a short time ago san francisco supervisors called for the city to end its business with hometown bank wells fargo. they did so at a press conference on the city hall steps. we'll talk about that tonight at 5:00 and 6:00. >> let's talk about wells fargo. a former federal investigator says that, if his agency did its job, the problems inside the bank could have been exposed a long time ago. he is revealing to the investigative unit tonight what went on in the whistle blowers protection program. in 2010 his agency received a complaint from this woman after being fired by wells fargo. the employee claims it was retaliation for raising red flags about the bank's sales practices. the investigator says after she filed her case no one inside of osha investigated.
the woman says she is frustrated to learn now what an investigator says happened to her complaint. >> it just sat on somebody's desk. at the time i didn't know. i was certainly trusting that everyone did what they were supposed to do, and they didn't. >> osha says it's now conducting a review of all wells fargo whistle-blower cases it's received since 2010. coming up tonight at 11:00 you'll hear from the former orba investigator. he reveals what he says he was instructed to do when the wells fargo case crossed his desk. if you have a case for us call us at 1-888-996-tips or send an e-mail to the unit at nbcbayarea.com. iraqi special forces are continuing to deploy around mosul ahead of a push to retake the city from isis militants. the operation is expected to be the most complex yet for iraq's military. experts say some 30,000 troops will be needed to retake the city that's been under isis control for more than two years.
nbc's richard engel is in iraq and has more. >> reporter: the offensive to push isis out of its iraqi stronghold mosul is continuing. we have pushed forward to a front-line position held by iraqi troops about 30 miles south of mosul. this is an ongoing operation. iraqi troops think they've cleared most of the village from isis that has been here about two years. there is still some isis presence it is believed. that's why you are seeing people leaving the town. they're afraid the operation is ongoing. generally they're happy. they feel liberated. they've been flashing us victory signs. there could still be snipers and suicide bombers inside waiting for a last stance. in general this is how the operation is unfolding. iraqi forces advanced. they take a village. once they feel they have sufficiently cleared it they
leap-frog to the next and the next until they reach mosul. what happens in mosul is still a big question mark. perhaps more than a million people remain in mosul. you have seen the people leaving just this little village. we don't know exactly what will happen when iraqi forces reach mosul itself. richard engel, nbc news outside the village of hote south of mosul. the man behind the leaked speeches of hillary clinton now has no internet. wikileaks founder julian assange's internet service was cut off by the government of ecuador. he has been living at the ecuadorian embassy in london to avoid sexual assault allegations. they've given him asylum but if he leaves for the airport he'll be arrested. the government in ecuador has not commented. americans living in the philippines are getting concerned as relations between
president rodrigo duterte and the u.s. are getting more strained. recently duterte did insult president obama and the u.s. ambassador in manila. the insults come as leaders around the world question duterte's war on drugs. more than 2,000 suspected drug users and pushers have been killed during duterte's 3-month-old administration. americans and u.s. businesses in the philippines are jittery about their future there. >> u.s. does contribute quite a bit to the economy here. so if that were ever to happen where the u.s. totally pulled out, the country would have a real problem economically. >> duterte has now said he is seeking stronger relations with china and russia, claiming that manila is too dependent on washington. taste of the bay area will be poured at the white house later today. president obama's final state dinner will feature three california wines. celebrity chef mario batale is preparing the meal at the white house with local vintages.
the main course will be served with a zinfandel from ridge vineyards and wines from napa valley and santa barbara county. >> we need to take a trip across country. we have the wineries here in our back yard. a nice afternoon. >> if you're headed to the wineries, this weekend looks good. next couple of days, 70s and 80s returning to the bay area. you can see we have gotten rid of the fog. we still have the puffy cumulus clouds. fair weather clouds. lots and lots of sunshine across the entire bay area. 63 in oakland. 59 in half moon bay and 57 in san francisco. later this afternoon we rebound back into the 70s for our inland valleys. around the inner bay will hit
70. redwood city and oakland. 64 for your high in san francisco today. good mix of low to mid 70s for inland valleys. walnut creek 76 today. high pressure is in control lifting the storm track well to the north. still seeing showers? portland and seattle and vancouver. for us at home, our next chance of rain pushes in monday of next week. in the meantime, quiet weather. once we hit monday of next week, we could be talking about several days of rainfall. if you're headed to half moon bay over the next few days, you'll notice temperatures in the 60s. if you're headed there to grab a pumpkin, looking pretty good. the san jose bike party kicks off. the temperature will be 73 degrees by 7:30. saturday the wharf fest in san francisco. all day saturday, family fun free event. 67 degrees on saturday. get out and enjoy the next few
days. it will be nice across the bay area. lots of sunshine and warm temperatures for the inland valleys. the next chance of rain does push back into the picture for monday, even for san francisco temperatures will warm and then cool as we get ready for the next chance of rain. in the meantime it's all about the warm temperatures and sunshine. a little taste of summer as we get back into the fall pattern for next week. in the meantime, enjoy the sun, guys. back to you. >> nice forecast. thanks! >> thank you, anthony. coming up next, melania standing by her husband after the leaked tape that was released last week. in her own words, hear how she defends donald trump's controversial comments and who she blames them on. president obama speaking out right now about the election. first, happening now, first it was naked trump statues popping up across the country. now a naked hillary clinton statue is up in new york city. the photos you have to see before someone tackles it.
go try to make his case to get voters. >> that's not all that he said either. mr. obama also said it's unprecedented for any presidential candidate to discredit the elections before any votes are cast. donald trump remains defiant hours before the debate. nbc's kristen welker has much more on the investigation into hillary clinton's e-mails. >> reporter: in wisconsin monday, donald trump doubling down. >> we're competing in a rigged election. >> reporter: the gop nominee vowing to crack down on government corruption and opening a new line of attack over hillary clinton and her e-mails. >> this is worse than watergate, what's going on. >> reporter: giving trump fresh fodder, new details of an fbi e-mail investigation seeming to suggest an fbi agent accused a top state department official of proposing a quid pro quo. lower the classification of an e-mail in exchange for allowing
fbi agents in countries where they are presently forbidden. >> the quid pro quo. in other words, a deal. >> reporter: the problem, the fbi and state department both say it never happened. >> any really assertion that this was somehow tit for tat or quid pro quo exchange of -- in that manner really, frankly, is insulting. >> reporter: both agencies insisting an fbi official raised the issue of more agents overseas and the discussion was separate. >> it's not acceptable. >> reporter: melania trump speaking out for the first time since nine women accused her husband of groping them. a claim donald trump denies. on fox news. >> that all the allegations should be handled in court of law. >> reporter: weighing in on kristian's 2005 "access hollywood" tape. >> i said to my husband, the language is inappropriate.
they were kind of a boy talk, and he was lead on, like egg on from the host to say dirty and bad stuff. >> reporter: the audio recorded in the presence of others by "access hollywood," an nbc universal program. in an exclusive interview with kel kelly o'donnell. chris christie standing by trump but also saying he was disappointed by his lewd remarks. >> can't defend him. i thought his apology was inadquad. hillary clinton is eyeing deep red arizona, pouring $2 million into the state and sending first lady michelle obama. clinton thinks winning big on election day would blunt talks that the system is not fair. a lot to talk about. the third and final debate is tomorrow night. it will be moderated by fox news's chris wallace.
you can watch it here an nbc bay area starting at 6:00. today show host bully bush officially fired by nbc. he had been suspended since the tape surfaced of him and donald trump in a vulgar conversation about women. the tape was from 2005 when bush was filming a segment for "access hollywood" with trump. bush later said he was embarrassed and ashamed of the incident on tape. bush had been on the "today" show for two months before being let go. "access hollywood" is owned by nbc universal. coming up next, they are trying to pick a jury. hundreds of people interviewed. the message that sierra lamar's accused killer had for prospective jurors as he walked into the courtroom.
high-profile trial and jury selection appears to be the next big hurdle. this is a sketch of the accused murderer of sierra lamar. >> potential jurors will be interviewed in a process that's expected to take weeks. marianne favro shows us seating a jury will not be easy. >> more than four years after morgan hill teenager sierra lamar van vished jury selection is underway in the trial of antolin garcia torres, the man accused of kidnapping and murdering her. 300 potential jurors began the screening process. there was an audible gasp in the courtroom when they learned the death penalty trial my last six months. today many potential jurors were dismissed for hardship, and the rest were given a 30-page questionnaire, which included questions about the death penalty. >> so these jurors will be asked a lot of questions about the
death penalty even though we may not have a death penalty case after november 8th. >> reporter: potential jurors also had to answer questions about whether they could still consider someone as dead even if there was no body. >> the prosecution is going to have to deal with the issue that they do not have a body, and they're going to want to question these potential jurors, can they return a verdict of guilty when they don't have a body. >> reporter: potential jurors were also asked if they were familiar with more than 150 possible witnesses, including sierra lamar's mother and investigators. each side will have 20 challenges, legal analyst steven clark says prosecutors will likely look for jurors who will be able to work well together. the defense will likely pursue independent thinkers and people who can have an open mind despite media coverage of the high-profile case. marianne favro, nbc bay area news. >> the story will continue to be followed. investigation under way
after two reported sexual assaults this weekend at uc berkeley. two women told police they were at an off campus fraternity when they were assaulted. the cases happened friday night and saturday morning and are not related. because investigators are still looking into the claims, they haven't released much information. changes could be coming to san jose state. the president there says she is looking for improved means of communication after students complained they were not informed early enough following two alleged sex crimes on campus. she released an open letter about concerns. the administration also plans to re-evaluate protocol for determining when the alerts should be sent out. students we spoke to say that they're happy the issue is finally being addressed. >> it's good to hear feedback from the administration that they are taking steps to investigate it further and to deal with it. >> a community meeting is also set to take place soon to address any additional concerns. we're getting more details about a san rafael man accused
of trying and failing to detonate a bomb inside a colorado police station. police say david ans bury left a back pac containing cellphones, wires and powder. he was arrested in chicago this weekend after surveillance video captured him buying the cellphones he used to try to trigger the explosives. a police officer lays partially paralyzed in a bed. the gunman who had most of san francisco on lockdown. chuck cou >> reporter: sources say friday evening san francisco police responded to a sporting goods store after 26-year-old nicholas mcwherter was pepper sprayed by security. that's after reportedly shadow boxing and using karate moves on customers. knight, his family, says only
that they need time to mourn and understand what happened. >> reporter: had he exhibited any behavior that gave the family concern prior to this? >> i am not sure. you know, this is all fresh and new to us too. we're still putting pieces together. >> reporter: police say mcwherter fired a gun at officers, hitting and critically wounded officer kevin downs. >> our family is grieving over nick's passing. it's a really -- an unfortunate situation. our thoughts and prayers are also with officer downs and his family. we are hoping and praying for a speedy recovery for him. >> officer down. all units respond. >> reporter: were there warning signs? sources say the family tried to have mcwherter committed in the past few weeks. today, though, his family offered little beyond the prepared statement. >> my uncle and my aunt are still trying to figure out exactly what happened. >> reporter: police in pacifica where mcwherter grew up say
their last contact with him was two weeks ago during a traffic stop. it was unclear if police knew he possessed a registered handgun. >> acting san francisco chief there says officer downs is partially paralyzed on one side and remains in stable condition at san francisco general hospital. >> a lot of people praying for him. 11:36. there will be a fund-raiser tonight in berkeley in the hopes of raising enough money to rebuild the first congregational church there. last month, as you may remember, flames badly damaged the church on channing way. tonight's concert takes place at the st. mark's episcopal church at 7:00. with what sounded like a crazy idea is starting to look a lot less like a mirage and more like reality. the raiders, one step closer to moving to las vegas. [ applause ] >> owner mark davis was among all of those people clapping there as the governor of nevada
signed a bill that would help publicly finance a football stapled stadium for the raiders. the move to las vegas would need approval from three-quarters of the nfl owners and that is far from guaranteed. the vote could come as early as january. yesterday davis was pushing the move to sin city. >> it just seems to fit. i don't think any other franchise would actually fit here the way that we do. >> oakland mayor libby schaaf saying the governor vote and the signing was something we expected. that does not mean it's a done deal. mayor schaaf saying she is continuing to look for ways to keep the raiders here without spending public money. there is a new layer in the fight over access to martens beach. it's a scenic and controversial stretch of sand near half moon bay. a lawsuit was filed in federal court claiming he is being singled out by state and local officials by refusing to allow
public seaccess to the beach. the owner bought the property in 2008 and tried to close the access road by locking the gate to the only access road. the lawsuit claims no other beach front owners have been subjected to the same rules. it's one of the hottest measures on the ballot this fall. we're talking about prop 64. if approved, it would legalize marijuana for any californian over the age of 21. recreational marijuana. supporters of prop 64 gathered in san francisco yesterday, and there is the head of the effort. lieutenant governor gavin newsome, who was there to address concerns that legalizing marijuana recreationally would lead to an increase in people driving under the influence of pot. >> i am not sure the evidence bears that out, nor does it bear that out in colorado, oregon, alaska and washington. alaska it's a little too early to get that. some of the data as it relates to driving under the influence
is not recently done. >> the most recent polling suggests the measure will pass. scott wiener wants francisco to build subways to improve transportation. we're getting our first look at what it would look like. the land use and transportation committee released this map as part of their future subway master plan. the map shows areas where the subways would be beneficial. the areas in red are placed in need of more transportation. in some cases direly. this is an early subway vision. the final report on the plan expected later in the year. hundreds expected to attend tonight's grand opening of an east bay artist sculpture. it's called truth is beauty. it's opening at the san leandro tech campus. the statue sits near the b.a.r.t. station. some commuters have raised eyebrows about the nudity. tonight's lighting ceremony is scheduled for 6:30. it's been an important week
in bay area history. 27 years after the loma prieta earthquake, are we any safer than when the earthquake struck? we look into the impact a major earthquake would have today on the bay area. on this tuesday getting closer to the weekend, we're watching a good mix of sun and clouds. warmer temperatures ahead as we get closer to the weekend. we'll talk about the next couple of days, the forecast and when rain returns coming up. they prey on our children, spending billions.
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not only did the ground she, but the bay area was changed it was 27 years ago yesterday that history was made. not only did the ground shake, but the bay area was changed forever. >> certainly was. the next big earthquake will hit, and among the questions now, not just damage to the roads and buildings, but the damage to our economy. raj mathai has more. >> reporter: i'll never forget loma prieta. game one of the world series. a's and giants. suddenly the house starts to shake, running outside. >> reporter: it was 27 years ago today, but amar mann remembers the loma prieta earthquake like it was just the other day. the economist co-authored an impact study released today by the bureau of labor statistics. the u.s. geological survey says this is a 72% chance of a magnitude 6.8 earthquake or
larger happening in the next 30 years. most likely along the hayward fault. >> the hayward fault is overdo. some people say it's pregnant. on average it ruptures over 140 years. the last was in 1848. >> the shaking would affect 91% of businesses and employees. >> reporter: experts say it's not possible to predict the potential loss of life but it is possible to predict the loss of livelihood. >> it could affect 1.5 million employees and payrolls totaling $150 billion. >> they were affected last time. the wages certainly went up. >> numbers that will grab your attention. raj mathai reporting. the bureau of labor statistics has advice for how businesses can prepare for the next big earthquake. we've posted some of the tips on nbcbayarea.com. the great california shakeout, the annual earthquake
drill, is coming up thursday. something for all of us here in the bay area to be reminded of. >> yes. preparation and keeping that front of mind very important. >> that's right. you know what's on our minds right now? it's tuesday. >> lunch? >> of course, the weekend. >> one thing at a time. lunch. after that, beautiful weather heading into the weekend. >> looking at wonderful conditions the next few days. today included. it will be a little bit warmer than yesterday, back into the 70s for the inland valleys. we have a beautiful sky this morning looking out over the golden gate bridge. the fair weather cumulus clouds or as some of us like to call them, the simpson clouds. not me. i stick to meteorological terms. lots of sunshine across the south bay. we've cleared out from the rain of the past weekend. no drizzle or fog. lots of blue skies. temperatures in the 60s this morning. still climbing through the inland valleys. staying in the 50s in half moon bay. 59 right there. 57 in san francisco. we'll warm into the 60s at the
coastline. sf at 64 this afternoon. oakland up to 70. widespread 70s for livermore. walnut creek and san jose reaching back into the mid 70s. a comfortable day uppnder way a lots of sunshine. the storm track is well to the north. that's where the rain will continue to fall for places like portland and seattle for the next few days. we'll undergo a warmup before temperatures fall next week. sunday, the storm system off the coastline will bring in more cloud cover for the weekend but i think we'll stay dry for the weekend. look what happens on monday. the system pushes in, bringing rain monday afternoon and monday evening. potentially this could be a series of storms that move through for next week beginning on monday and lingering for tuesday. another one would come in wednesday and linger for thursday. next week looks to be wet. if you want to get some pumpkins, we have perfect pumpkin picking weather for you this week. half moon bay featuring 60s.
wednesday, thursday and friday looking good. lots of sunshine this week. the bike party kicks off in san jose. something familiar to us especially if you live downtown, you'll see this come by each and every third friday of the month. and also, the wharf fest in san francisco kicks off on saturday. a family-friendly event, and it is free. 67 degrees on saturday, and we're expecting lots of sunshine. just morning clouds. but temperatures really nice. over the next seven days we're not looking at much in terms of storms. it's not until next week when we get back into the stormy pattern. really comfortable conditions. even inland. 70s, mid 80s by thursday and friday. san francisco will see temperatures climbing back into the 70s by the end of the upcoming week. the rain comes back for monday. looks like it will be a little unsettled for next week. enjoy it while you can. >> the roller coaster continues. in the meantime, laura, you have your two cents for this next story. >> i did.
when it comes to makeup...shouln this question has been keeping sam up at night. when it comes to makeup, should you splurge or can you save and still get a glam look? there are many makeup brands out there to choose from. many of them are actually quite expensive. women spend about $15,000 in their lifetime just on makeup alone. >> how much money do you think men spend? here is the question. is it worth it? do you really have to spend a fortune to get the flawless look. jeff roczen has the beauty brand faceoff. >> reporter: designer high-end beauty brands can cost you big. some say they have better ingredients that go on easier and last longer but does all
that money really buy you a better look? or can makeup from the drug store give you the glamorous look for less? to find out. we enlisted identical twins. >> i'm melton. i'm tina. >> reporter: those twins from the discover card commercial. >> awesome sauce! >> lisa? julie? >> you sound really different on the phone. >> reporter: today, something a little different. you will be wearing the fancy stuff. foundation, blush, mascara, eye liner, lipstick, the gamut. yours is expensive. it costs about $250. so you chose the good straw. you are going to be wearing drug store makeup. cover girl. it will be the similar shades, all the same stuff. yours only cost 60 bucks. a real affordable bargain. we'll see if people on the street can tell the difference. ready to get glammed? >> yeah. >> reporter: from their eyes to the lips. >> i love this look. >> we'll see who wore it better.
>> reporter: our "today" show makeup artists transforming the twins into their matching makeup. and voila. >> love it! >> reporter: can you tell who is wearing the expensive makeup and who is wearing the stuff from the drug store? still can't tell? that's expensive on the right, drug store on the left. time to take their looks to the street with a handful of people. >> which look do you like best? >> i'm going to lose on this one somehow. >> some choose the pricey makeup. >> i will say the one on the right. >> you're going with her? >> yes. that's the expensive stuff. you have expensive taste. >> that's the way my wife usually goes. >> reporter: some can't tell the difference at all. >> they look the same. >> reporter: they look the same to you. >> yeah. >> reporter: the overwhelming majority -- >> i'm going to go with probably the left. hers. >> reporter: on the left. >> yes. >> reporter: 78% choose the drug store stuff. >> i like her look better. >> reporter: her look better. on the left.
>> that's drug store makeup, cost 60 bucks. the one you didn't choose $250. >> that's amazing. >> reporter: person -- >> her. >> it's very clean. >> reporter: they both look good, though. >> they do. they both look good. yeah. >> reporter: after person -- you chose the cheap stuff. >> the cheaper the better. >> reporter: that's what i say. picking the bargain brand. >> i believe in that totally. good. >> reporter: proving you don't have to spend big bucks to look like you did. >> you saved me money! >> i need to do a combo. there are certain products i like that are a little nicer. >> a hybrid. >> yes. >> try it on hd tv and see how it looks after that. >> no. in fact, let's go to break right now. ...about that nobel prize f bob
all right. bob dylan, where are you? the swedish academy wants to give him a nobel prize. so far you may say his response was been blowing in the wind. >> we can presume dylan knows he has won the nobel prize for literature because the swedish academy has been knock, knock, knocking on his door since last week when the announcement was made. so far he's missing in action. the academy has decided to lay low in hopes he'll be there to accept the award and the cash payout. though he probably doesn't need that part. it's all happening on december 10 this. armed forces inveiling a display in support of breast
cancer awareness month. >> do not adjust your eyes. that's an f-9-f cougar fighter jet introduced in the 1950s. as you can see, it's been painted a hot pink to support breast cancer patients and survivors. it's on display on the uss lexington in corpus christi, texas, where it will remain until the end of the month. then teams will restore it to its original finish. i think that will take a few coats of paint. >> i think the police department did that for one of the police cars. i don't know if they did all of them. one of the fleets. >> brings good awareness. >> it does. >> coats of paint for that. no coats needed for us? >> not yet. the shorts and flip-flops the next couple of days. nice, beautiful weather inland. 70s and 80s the next few days. next chance of rain pushes into the bay area, san francisco and inland valleys by monday. >> thank you for joining us. >> this is the kind of thing that gets us excited about the
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♪ stand by, everyone. we're live in five, four, three, two, one. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ can't keep my hands to myself ♪ >> wow. they stole our dance moves. a wet and wild night on "dancing with the stars" last night. janna and glev get a perfect score for that sexy soap rain coming down, bending moves on the show. >> i love it. >> nina parker with me. natalie is being honored tonight, so great, in new york, honored for her