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hit the campaigtrail today, thes to be on those newl welcome back, thank you for joining us here. candidates on the campaign trail today the focus continues to be on hillary clinton e-mails. >> donald trump is hammering mrs. clinton about the controversy, all of this coming just ten days before the election, we have more. >> in colorado donald trump is reenergized seizing from the latest fbi bomb shed able more e-mails. >> this is the biggest political scandal since cater gate and it is everyone's deepest hope that justice, at last, can be delivered. >> they found e-mails on a computer belonging to anthony
weiner and his estranged wife huma abedin. >> clinton is spending saturday in the key swing state of florida. the revelation put it's campaign on it's heals and now she is demanding that james comey clarify what has been found. >> we called on director comey to explain everything right away. put it all out on the table. >> she thought the e-mail investigation was behind her and now it is causing uncertainty. >> it is strange to put something like that out, with so little information, right before an election. it's not just strange, it's unprecedented. it is deeply troubling. polls that show trailing in nearly every battleground state, but with millions of ballots
cast, and ten days to go, will it make a difference? >> here in the bay area, support for the presidential candidates are delivering their arguments for their pick for president. several trump supporters lined up making a pitch to voemters as clinton supporters are out getting out the vote. and they say the latest e-mail controversy doesn't seem to be slowing their momentum. >> i hope that enough information comes out quickly enough that we will keep any undecided voters from moving away from hillary. >>. >> the voters are seeing a lot of people voting early and you can vote early if you like. >> starting tomorrow at 9:00 a.m. >> form at 5:00, local students joining a fight against a controversial oil pipeline across half of the country.
police are protesting with protestors trying to stop the pipeli pipeline. christie, i understand some pool stude -- high school students there want to support the protestors. >> high school, college, and some young adults, they say a very positive experience at a camp where they have joined many other people. they within the there for prayer and support and they were close to where people gathered for the dakota access pipeline. this is a native american youth group who were in north dakota for several days this month. not for activists, but things like prayer, dance, and blessings. they were back home by the time glashs with the police occurred
on thursday, but say they they saw awe aggression from law enforcement firsthand. >> you have tanks coming in, hummers everywhere, you have planes flying around, helicopters flying around. you have the most -- i mean, we are in full regalia. >> we're here on the sioux land, so it's like we have a reason, we were invited to their land to pray. >> they say that physically they were not harmed and that overall being there supporting others was a remarkable experience for them and they plan to go back again in december. live in berkeley, christie smith, bay area news. >> thank you, christie. we're learning new details about the harrowing plane landing.
it was a very uncommon type of engine failure. several people suffered minor injuries in the evacuation. >> the state department issued a travel warning for u.s. citizens in turkey over fears of incre e increased terrorism there. they ordered the family members of employees stationed there should leave the country because of a threat to attack u.s. citizens. >> the follow up now to that action last month that killed a star pitcher facebook the miami marlins. the medical examiner's office announced jose fernandez had cocaine in his system along with el lisle amounts of alcohol. the boat slammed into a jetty
and overturned. >> coming up next at 5:30, he risked everything to help save his mother's life. >> now a pitch sere back on the babble diamond. >> good evening, i'm anthony slaughter. we're tracking our next rain chances ahead, and we'll track the next time line for you coming up, after this. ... pharmaceutical industry. passes - the ballot.
it is time for the pharmaceutical industry to stop ripping off the people of this country. the entire nation is looking at california. let's go forward together. thank you all very much. reversed? eir own.but what if te parents would, of course, do anything to save the life of their child even if it meant risking their own. >> one peninsula man risked his life and his athletic career to try to save his own mother. this is tonight's bay area proud. >> liver donations, many people may not know, can be done from a living donor. half of one person's live sere taken out and transplanted into a patient. it's risky for both parties, but
one that joey was determined to do regardless of the outcome. >> as long as joey carney has been playing baseball, and that is by far for most of his life, it is still not accurate to say the support is tis first love. for this university of san francisco pitcher, that spot will always belong to the woman who introduced him to the game. >> it started off in the backyard, i would be playing catch with my mom. >> the feeling was mutual. his mom started feeling ill and she got very bad medical news. >> she went to the hospital very ill and we received the news she had end stage liver disease. >> two years of looking for treatment and a living donor
came up empty. it was then that this relief pitcher realized it was up to him now to save a life. >> i decided it was mime time to make it clear i don't care what you say any more, i'm moving forward with the process. he contacted her doctors and asked to be tested to see if he could donate part of his liver to his mom. he was a match. >> because of that, if i die on that table, i'm trying to save my mom's life and there is no way you can sway my mind. >> the fact that a division one college athlete would risk not only his career but his life to save his mother was a story that got national attention. but paula eventually took a turn for the worst and less than a month after the surgery passed away. now barely five months later, joey is fully recovered and has returned to the team.
it is reassuring, he says, to return to something so familiar, though he promises, after this experience, nothing for him will ever really be the same. >> you need to cherish everything you get, have, and everything you're given. it is honestly a gift. >> in the process of the liver donation, 40% of his liver was removed. remarkably the body grows that liver back. by next month he should have a full-sized liver once again. >> what a remarkable story. incredible. still ahead, something you have never seen inside the airport. >> walking and talking robots. would you talk to them, peggy? they're helping travelers, they're on your side.
my mom marnie and then she died life. of lung cancer. so i have a personal interest in helping prevent smoking. i'm tom steyer, the co-chair of the yes on 56 campaign. every year, nearly 17,000 california kids start smoking. a third of them will die from their addiction. tobacco taxes reduce youth smoking. please. vote yes on prop 56. if we can save even a few lives, it's worth it.
a touch of silicon valley at the international airport. a fleet of new robots rolling out this week. >> scott budman shows us what they can do. >> they're popular with tourists and families. robots at san jose international airport. >> they will both engage, entertain, as well as assist travelers. >> they come with 32 inch touch screens, they speak six languages, and they're hanging out in the center of silicon valley. >> silicon valley's airport has tech savvy travelers. it is important for us to be iconic and share services here that our tech savy travelers are used to. >> the company that builds them
says there is more to come. >> instead of just static k kiosks. >> and the robot will take a selfie of you and then send it to your smart poen if. >> a souvenir of sorts from the latest wave of robots made to serve you. scott budman, nbc bay area news. >> what do you think? >> i am not a robot. >> no robot will ever replace a personality. >> we're gating rain, it's not the same as it has been. we are important as i move forward. in time. here go with your forecast, i could go on with that all day.
look at the sunset this evening from the east bay. that is nice. yes indeed. temperatures are still in the 70s. even though we had rain today, we managed warm spots. tomorrow temperatures coming down. so robots going out for your trick or treat festivities, umbrella is a good idea. 63 for you tomorrow, and yes, rain on and off all of the way down to the south bay. not as heavy. the south bay got walloped, some spots over an inch of rain. this time i think you're starting to see showers push into the north bay. light sprinkles for you and everywhere else we'll see mostly cloudy skies. heavy rain, holding off until after midnight. the north bay you will see it
first around 2:30 in the morning. by 5:00 or 6:00 you will see the rain spread into the peninsula and into the south bay. it lingers through lunchtime and then will clear out by the afternoon with another burst of lingering showers. temperatures still mild back to 70 degrees for your sunday. coopertino, gray skies for san francisco, cooler than today, low 60s for you there. north bay, east bay, and tri-valley in the 60s. the heavier rain will be across parts of the north bay and that is where we will see more cloud cover. as you put the future cast into motion once again, sunday evening we will start to dry out after we get rid of this next burst of rain in is 5:30 in the evening on sunday and lingering showering for that monday morning commute. most of it will be ending from 5:30 in the morning on halloween
day. so here is the expected rainfall amounts. maybe half an inch, a quarter inch for the south bay, and we could see an inch of rain. here is your forecast. on and off showers, just grape that umbrella, maybe a poncho for over the costumes. it will be a fast burst of rain. get the app and track the storm. and you will not need me to do your forecast. i just thought that was the cutest thing. >> you sound like a robot. >> that's a good thing. >> coming up, it is uber for kids. >> and also for peggi.
can. bay-area start-upsrtargeting . okay, moms, would you do it? a lyft and uber for kids. bay area startups are targeting parents and kids that need help with all of that work, school, and afterschool activities. zum is for kids. >> think of it like uber for kids. >> go ahead and hop in. >> instead of curb to curb service, there is child care, too. four days a week, sixth grader cocoa uses zoom to get home from school, get a snack, and get to gymnastics while her parents are tied up at work. >> it lets me be independent and
not my mom on my tail all of the time. saying things like do you have your snack, do you have all of this? it is nice to get a break from that. >> they are making inroads. by policy, uber and lyft are not to take unattended kids. >> the founder of zum starting the program after a stint at ebay. now more than 300 zumers serve families in the bay area. >> they have child care experience. they're fingerprinted, trust line certified, the gold standard for working with children in iowa.
>> the majority are women, stay at home than inties, teachers, and veterans. >> being a stay at home mom, you feel hidden in your house, you feel left out. now bringing in $24 to $32 an hour. >> my husband is like your confidence level has gone way up. >> i am going to walk you in, girlfriend. >> rides start at $8 for carpools and $16 for solo rides. cocoa's dad says the extra cost is worth the piece of mind. >> life before zum was hectic, chaotic, and not always the best for cocoa. >> for him, at least, there is no guilty. >> have a good day. >> cocoa prefers is t this way.
>> mom, do not watch this. >> going it alone makes her feel all grown up. >> mom -- i'm 11. >> she is 11. other specialized ride hailing companies coming up as well, one for seniors and one for women. >> an accidental case of grand theft auto. the cars owner says she saw a woman drive away in her subaru. >> wrapped inside was $30 in cash. >> the woman thought she was picking up her friend es subaru but took the wrong car inside.
police say an older model subaru key can work in different cars. >> i'm concerned about -- >> that's right, we'll be right back with what is becoming an annual halloween tradition in cities across the country. >> flash mobs paying tribute to a michael jackson classic. because she doesn't know that it kills 40,000 californians...
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. runs=:05 ==terry/cont vo this flash mob inved downtownpoa okay, tonight a thrilling flash mob just ahead of halloween. >> this flash mob invaded downtown portland, maine dancing to "thriller." they swarmed monument square drawing quite a crowd. that is more than a flash mob, this is very organized. they met to learn the kor jog if i -- choreography about three weeks ago, and it is paying off.