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from showing up anyway. the connection to a controversy right know now at 8:00, the rally is called off, that didn't stop protesters from showing up anyway. also a show of support for colin kaepernick. legendary police officers standing up for the quarterback. but first a developing story. deadly plane crash at an oregon community with a great view of the upcoming solar eclipse. that plane took off from right here in the bay area. because of tonight's nascar race, we begin with that developing story nbc bay area has learned that the plane has took off from the airport has crashed in oregon killing the two people on board. the crash happened near the airport which is east of salem.
nbc bay area's sergio contana is in the area with the latest development. >> reporter: an employee of the one of the local flight planning zools and service companies here told us that that plane, that crashed at the airport told me it's a small, single engine plane call. it's called an experimental plane. it has to be assembled on site. went down about a mile short of the runway at the mattress oregon airport. this is video of that crash site. according to emergency officials there. people saw a dark plume of smoke and then a small brush fire, then reports of a plane crash. according to to the local authorities in oregon, the pilot and the passenger did not survive that crash. the airport has become a popular spot for people to fly to watch the eclipse on monday. at the moment, we have not learned many details about the operator of that plane, and all we've learned so far is that it is here at san carlos airport.
there are quite a few details we are still trying to hammer out, including what point that airport may have left that this area -- what time that airplane may have left from this airport. reporting live in san carlos, nbc bay area news. >> thank you, sergio. >> not to the other top story. day of protest here in the bay area and around the country. some turning violent. now in boston, a largely peaceful protest, but more than two dozen were arrested after counterprotesters confronted a so-called free speech rally. very different than one bay area rally where one side showed up. sam brock begins our coverage in mountainview. >> what do we want? >> equality. >> reporter: from the plaza is in mountainview. hundreds of people came together saturday. more than just reacting to a right wing rally that was ultimately cancelled, the attendee displayed messages of love and diversity in the wake of violent protests that have become a national flash point, culminating with the death of a
young woman in charlottesville. >> how important is it for this to be a peaceful demonstration? >> i don't support violence or terrorism oar people marching wi with tee key torches. >> reporter: and the events just that. peaceful. mountainview police set up perimeters and patrolled the space, there was no hint of violence at this demonstration organized by the mountainview voices for peace and justice. just a stated opposition to what many consider a presidential pardon of racism. >> things that are completely against why my family and i came to this country. and it's exactly what love and respect and diversity and he keeps supporting things that are just completely counter to that, and i think the american people to want stand up and say this is enough, we're done. >> reporter: this was organized before charlottesville happened as a counterprotest to a debate over silicon valley and sexism. then charlottesville happened and this event took on a whole
new level of significance. >> we come into our own event where we stress our own values. we'll keep everybody safe. >> reporter: nearby on google's campus, there was no one. the much talked about march on google where protesters planned to rally against the firing of an engineer who wrote a controversial manifesto about women in tech, never materialized. sam brock, nbc bay area news. >> looking back to the protest in boston now. chaotic scene as tens of thousands of counterprotesters dwarf just a few dwoned who turned up for a right wing valley. police clashed with some of the counterprotesters. >> no hatred. >> i was thinking that we should show up to let the protesters talk about free speech rally know that nair in the minority. >> boston police were forced to leave so the-called free speech group out of the area.
the arrests were mostly for disorderly conduct and hurling objects at police. president trump tweeted, looks like many anti-police agitators in boston, police are looking tough and smart. later he applauded the protesters who spoke out against bigotry and hate. people in san francisco applauded the counterprotesters in boston, during the local rally against white supremacy. christie smith has the story. >> reporter: in san francisco, demonstrators stood together with signs just days after the deadly violence at a white nationalist protest in charlottesville. >> we are here to answer the call by the movement for the black live, anti-white folks, we reject what spremtist terror. >> reporter: the group turned out at justin herman plaza which they liked name. >> he should not be venerated in this city. he has a history of displacing and creating discriminatory housing policies.
>> reporter: their peaceful gathering comes as park permit for the rally, but the next weekend, it's still under review. area politicians expressions deep concerns. >> a lot of people are afraid and anxious for incredibly good reasons after we saw what happens in charlottesville. >> reporter: kate shot's monitored the situation on social media as she think abouts what could occur next weekend in the bay area. >> i think there are ways to do very peacefully, there's a lot of rallies and gatherings scheduled for next week that are not in the actual center where have people are planning to gather, but i think having a big presence like they did in boston is very important. >> reporter: in san francisco, christie smith, nbc bay area news. continuing coverage of the rallies here in the bay area and around the country, go to nbcbayarea.com. also updates on facebook and twitter feeds. the widow of the lafayette man killed in the barcelona terror attack opened up about the loss in an interview with
nbc news this weekend. heidi tucker and jared tucker were married one year ago and were in europe to celebrate their anniversary. they had just sent pictures home from their vacation when tragedy struck. >> what did the terrorist take from you? >> i mean, the love of my life. what am i going to do? you know, jared and i always said -- we only were married for a year, so i'm 40, we're kind of old, and we've both been pretty independent for all of this time. and so it's not a matter of not being able to be independent, but i don't, i don't want to do this without him. >> fundraising website, jared tucker's family says he leaves behind three daughters. we're learning new information about a car crash in antioch. one had to be rescued by a helicopter. the video about 12:30 this
afternoon. happened near the highway 4 off-ramp to the boulevard. firefighters say two minors were in the car when the driver lost control and crashed into a post while three were sent to the hospital with major injuries. investigators say it's unclear at this time what caused that crash. now to a developing story. the fire burning in yoe semity national park flared up overnight. delivering new evacuations in the town. fire's been burning for nearly a week now. firefighters say it's about 10% contained right now. well the san francisco 49ers are playing their first home game of the year. there's also the first home game since the team and colin kaepernick parted ways after last year's controversial season. of course, talking about all the national attention kaepernick received when he refused to stand during the national anthem. nbc bay area joins us live from levi stadium, the game's going on right now. she has the story, laura. >> reporter: well that's right, kerry, the fans are thrilled and
glad football is back. they are hopeful for a good season. i can tell you even though colin kaepernick isn't with the team anymore, he is still a hot topic here. san francisco 49ers fans file into levi stadium optimistic about the season. >> go 49ers. >> last year wasn't too pretty. we're hoping for a better season this year obviously. >> reporter: not only did the 49ers have a rough time on the field last season, they were embroiled in controversy as quarterback colin kaepernick took a knee during the national anthem. protesting what he called out presentation of people of color. >> i think he took a chance, but he did what he wanted to do. >> i think he stood for something very well, very good. >> reporter: kaepernick opted out of his contract with the 49ers and is still a free agent, unable to find a team to sign him. >> he's kind of like can't touch this guy. >> reporter: kaepernick's unemployment prompting rallies like it one by new york city police officers today, including
fame ed corruption whistle blow. >> i'm here to support my brothers and sisters and anyone who stands up, has the courage to stand up against injustice and oppression. >> reporter: though kaepernick hasn't signed with the team, his legacy lives on. players including the raiders marshawn lynch sat during preseason games last weekend in protest. i'm told lynch sat tonight as well. also the naacp is calling for football fans to stop watching the nfl until kaepernick is signed. he by the way says if he is signed this year, he will stand for the national anthem. reporting live from levi stadium, nbc bay area news. >> thank you, laura. still to come, breaking with tradition. the event president trump says he won't attend.
and millions of people getting ready to view a once in a lifetime solar eclipse, how the hype is impacting businesses with the cities with the best views. seeing a cool evening around the bay area. 68 degrees in san jose as we have low clouds and it's clear the shelters, the big weekend. some of the latest numbers and what it means for your weather forecast with more low clouds on the way when we come right back. leader "robert e. lee" from
decision was made to protect the chapel after being vandalized days earlier. comes when alt-right groups rallied against the removal of another robert e. lee statue since then a number have removed confederate statues or plaques. breaking from tradition, the president and first lady will not attend the kennedy center honors in december. white house made the announcement today. saying the decision will quote allow the honorees to celebrate without any political distraction. kennedy center gala is held every year to recognize the lifetime achievements for people in a variety of performing arts fields. remarks the president. this year three of the five threatened to boycott because of the president's involvement. less than 48 hours baway, te countdown of the solar eclipse continues. millions are in or on their way to cities along so the-called path of totality. highways, airports, train
stations, and stores from oregon across the country all the way down to south carolina are packed. everyone is looking to snag a spot along the 70 mile wide path where the sun will be completely blocked by the moon on monday. >> we are up, we've been up like 800% over this time last year. >> it's something that you will remember the rest of your life. and it's something, if the stories of seeing that eclipse are things to be passing down to that are grandchildren. >> some cities are hosting eclipse festivals this weekend ahead of the big event. stay with us for continuing coverage of the eclipse on air and online at nbcbay area.com. right now on our website, you could learn more about how you can safely watch the big show. now that is important. still to come. chance to give an animal a new home jessica will joins live with our clear the shelter campaign and find out more about the mist row john pierre.
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the shelters. it )s our annual event to help find pets forer well right now nbc bay area and telemundo are helping to clear the shelters to help find pets forever homes. here in the bay area, people responded in a big way. you know who responded in a big way, jessica, she spent her saturday working on this. she is live right now. one of the many shelters here in the bay area and across the country participating, and you've got a new friend. >> i have many friends today, terry, talk about all quiet on the eastern front. not a meow to be heard right now here. all of these enclosures empty because we've had such a successful, clear the shelters day. i'm at the east bay spca, one of 60 throughout the bay area participating in our clear the shelters day. and it has been a phenomenal success. i've got to tell you, 1500 animals in the bay area alone, adopted today. in fact, a lot of tail wagging going on here today. we had so many people showing up here today, people coming to
find the forever friend. here alone, in this location, along with this companion oakland spca, 98 animals adopted, 16 put on hold. we're talking about dogs, cats, big ones, little ones, lots of happy people, and lots of people really looking to add a little love to their lives. >> we have a rescue dog already. we've had him for ten years. and so, you know, we just thought we'd check out. we've been wanting another dog. our dog is getting old and we think having another dog will maybe help him feel more energetic or maybe younger. >> reporter: and so they here at this shelter, they have 16 dogs on hold which means people are coming back tomorrow to get them. there are only two left here at all. this is simone, isn't she pretty? she's still up for adoption. and this is john paul, he's been making eyes at me all day long. so these two dogs are still
available. and you know, all of the adoption fees at these shelters were either waived or completely reduced. so this scene that we had playing out here was playing out all across the bay area. ian cole spent the day looking at all the shelters, and looking at all the fur-tastic love that they have. >> hundreds of people piled into humane society silicon valley to find a new pet. like hannah olson, a cat lover who just moved to the bay area. >> i knew as soon as we got settle ld in our apartment that we were going to look for one and seeing this event, kind of sealed the deal. >> reporter: one of the many cats, dogs, and rabbits. even bearded dragons happy to finally find a home. >> families are connecting with animals every second. and we are sending a lot of babies home. in fact we are losing track of how many people are going home. how many animals are going home, it's great. >> reporter: nbc bay area and
telemundo were spread out across the bay. >> good luck. >> reporter: from mil piece to berkeley. also in burlggame. >> come on down, help us clear the shelters -- >> and a over in dublin, helping match foets families. >> we have angie, i'm going deep the name angie from upstairs. and i am so excited to take her home with me today. >> reporter: last year about 5 had,000 pets nationwide found their forever homes on clear the shelters day, and again this year, so many people supporting animals, opening their doors and hearts to new friends. in mil piece, ian cole, nbc bay area news. >> obviously it was great that we were able to adopt so many dogs today. the real message behind clear the shelters is that these dogs are loving dogs, the cats too, and they need forever homes, not just today, but every day across, you know, people you can come in and find yourself the perfect, perfect, perfect friend like john paul here simone. now coming up, kerry, i'm going
to show you what happens when jessica was there to say good-bye to jessica as she went to the forever home. >> i cannot wait to see this double casting by jessica. >> you know, swing dog, this is going to be perfect. >> this is a perfect story for me. all right. you take care of john paul and simone there. all right. for more information on our clear the shelters event, i'm going to get back to jessica in a bit. nbc bay area.com and find a participating shelter near you and again, we're going to check back with jessica later in the newscast as jessica says good-bye to jessica. i want to congratulate you for being adopted out, rob, the dog, the cat. >> berkeley, humane. >> the dog, the cat, and the rabbit. >> we have three of them around the bay area, the dog sweetie too. >> yeah. >> next half hour. but the number she said, 1500. >> 1500. >> that's awesome. >> great day for clear the shelters weatherwise --
>> good adopting weather. >> maybe brought home a new pets are cuddling a little bit right now. cool temperatures, low clouds. little bit of mist actually in san francisco, you have 62 degrees. this is probably the most interesting temperature on the board right now. livermore, only 66, healthy sea breeze there blowing in. eventually see low clouds and san jose, continuing the trend of 60 currently about 68 degrees. on shore breezes into our east bay valley, make sure that the weekend ends on a mild note as you can see, temperatures here, again, in the 60s to mid-70s inland, ocean temperatures also now kind of a little bit from low 60s there west of san francisco down towa;/c0 santa cruz. for the morning, low clouds, drizzles out near the coast. inland temperatures may be close to livermore as we see drizzle at times and mostly sunny conditions for most of the day tomorrow. similar forecast than today. if you like today's weather, it's going to be picture-perfect for you again tomorrow. high us around san jose, close
to 80 near downtown. mid-80s to 1:00 around the santa clara valley, tri-valley, highs mainly in the mid-80s. warmest spot because could see upper 80s, 70s, closer to oakland and hayward and peninsula temperatures, very comfortable. bit breezy during the afternoon. winds up to about 15 to 20 miles per hour, highs, still in the mid-60s in san francisco. waking up to drizzle for the morning and for the north bay, highs in the 70s to low 80s. sunday's nice, but let's get right to it here. monday, the eclipse forecast, notice, low clouds into oakland. you've got the five center there. you may have some patchy low clouds, 8:00 to 9:00 in the morning. now the eclipse really gets going after 9:30, you see there over on the right, between 10:00 to 10:15 is when 75% will be blocked out by the moon. looks like the coast in san francisco still seeing some clouds, but the good news inland and obviously the higher elevations, clear skies at least through the end of monday
morning. so overall, the eclipse viewing is good, but some interesting weather late monday to tuesday, upper low tracks through southern california, slight chance of mountain showers off to the north and the second half of the weather story will be a bit of a warm-up as we head towards next weekend and high pressure makes a comeback. so far tomorrow, again, for morning mist around san francisco, i think that's going to cause some issues for any eclipse viewing around san francisco as you go inland though. to see some partly cloudy skies. and mild temperatures from tuesday and wednesday. that may be some 90s as we head towards next weekend. finger's crossed inland so we can get the eclipse in. >> there's been so much of a build-up and it's not a long-lasting event. >> no, it's just a matter of one hour's worth of really good viewing. and you don't to want have clouds come in. >> right. good point. rob, thanks a lot 37. still to come, dangerous waters. we investigate a popular bay area beach that's about to undergo a change. safety concerns that are prompting officials to take action. popular beaches, may be getting
a new look in the form of warning signs. san francisco )s ocean beach one of the bay area's most popular beaches may be getting a look in the form of warning signs. ocean beach attracts more than a million visitors each year. a lot of people, especially tourists don't realize how dangerous that water is. investigative reporter liz wagner. >> reporter: we heard from locals that ocean beach sauchb too dangerous for swimming. the national park service is responsible for ensuring safety there tonight we investigate the viewings. and we'll show you the changes that may now be coming to ocean beach. beautiful, inviting, and sometimes deadly. four people died in these waves last year. >> i think this is one of the most dangerous beaches in america. >> reporter: kim chambers would know, she's one of the top marathon swimmers in the world. chambers and fellow open water
swimmer, simon dimingus respects at hazards at ocean beach. >> after i lot of trouble getting through the surf and i'm an experienced surf swimmer. >> reporter: first long and powerful rip tides push people out to sea, and they're always changing because of huge amounts of shifting sand. so what could be safe for wading one day may not be the next. then once in the open ocean, currents coming out of the bay can carry people away. the nasty conditions prompted federal officials to make this announcement earlier this summer. >> it is not a swimming beach. >> reporter: some say that message is murky. do you think that visitors to this beach are getting the message that this is a no-swimming beach? >> of course not. >> reporter: long time local and former police inspector henry kirk points to these signs. they're post aid long the three mile beach warning of rip currents and drawnings.
you think this sign should say swimming, prohibited. swimming not allowed? do not swim? >> too many lives are being lost. and as far as this sign is concerned, yes, it is. >> reporter: we raised the issue with the national park service, the agency in charge of the beach and the sign. >> if the message is ocean beach is not a swimming beach -- >> why is that not reflected on the signs that are posted up and down the beach? >> you can't just tell everybody you're not allowed to swim here. >> reporter: doug armstrong supervises the ocean rescue unit where during the past 20 years, patrol verse made at least 429 rescues at san francisco beaches. he's the man you saw issuing the warning about ocean beach. >> we're here to allow people to enjoy it and to enter the ocean, but just be aware, it's dangerous. >> reporter: because this is such a dangerous beach, at what point can officials step in and
say, don't swim here? >> yeah, that's a good question. you have to ask those officials to make those decisions. >> reporter: we did ask. the national park service says because of our question, it will now consider putting stronger language on the signs. beyond written warnings, the agency also sends out roving beach patrollers to alert people wading too far away from shore to be careful. >> we have dangerous rip currents out here at ocean beach, so we want you to be about ankle to knee deep, okay? >> reporter: but you may never know the risk by looking at the language in some travel guides. we wanted to know how tourism groups craft their messages about ocean beach, so we talked to howard picket, chief marketing officer for san francisco travel. the most prominent marketing group for the city. >> i think it's fair and balanced. and i don't we're putting anyone at risk. >> reporter: sf travels website says the water is cold most of the year, and advises extreme caution, but stops short of
stating what the national park service has said publicly, that ocean beach is not a swimming beach. >> somebody felt like we ought to be more strenuous, obviously we would do that. >> reporter: that could be the case. the national park service says this week officials met to consider putting new language on those signs. the patrol posed change, wading, swim, and surfing not advised, enter at your own risk. liz wagner, back to you. >> if off tip for our investigative unit, give us a call at 888-996-tips or send us an e-mail to the unit at nbcbayarea.com. what did the terrorist take from you? >> i mean, the love of my life. what am i going to do? >> still to come, in her own words. the widow of the bay area man killed in the barcelona attack speaks about the impact of this tragedy in an exclusive interview with nbc news.
also, stopping a right-wing rally in it's tracks. thousands turn out to protest against hate in boston. how many arrested, plus reaction from president trump. and a small plane that based here in san carlos has crashed in a small town in oregon, a place that's popular for people going to check out society lar eclipse. i'll have that story coming up. joining us on this special
edition of nbc bay are news. i )m terry mcswne good evening, and thanks for joining us on this special edition of nbc bay area news. developing story right now out of oregon. that's where a plane crashed, killing two people. we have learned that plane took off from here in the bay area. the crash happened near madras airport east of salem, it's a community of maybe 6,000 or perhaps 200,000 are gathering to watch the upcoming eclipse. nbc bay area's reporter is in san carlos where that plane took off, sergio.
>> reporter: kerry, i spoke briefly with a woman who works at one of the flight-planning companies here at the airport and she tells me that is a plane housed here at the san carlos airport. he described it as a wheeler express which is an experimental plane basically it's the kind of plane that you have to assemble once you receive the part. it went down about a mile short of the airport. >> towards the trussle, large plume of black smoke. >> all units, reports of an airplane crash. willow creek canyon. wild fire as started. >> this is video of that crash site. according to emergency crews in oregon, the pilot and the passenger did not survive the crash. madras airport has become a popular spot to watch the eclipse on monday, there are also lots of people nearby because of a local county fair. we are trying to learn more about the operator of that plane. we know that it is housed here at the san carlos airport. and we also trying to figure out exactly when it may have left
the san carlos airport possibly this morning. reporting live in san carlos, nbc bay area news. >> sergio, thank you very much. the widow of the lafayette man killed in the barcelona terror attack opened up about her loss in an exclusive interview with nbc news this weekend. heidi nunez tucker and jared tucker were married one year ago and were in europe to celebrate their airport. he sent pictures home from that vacation when tragedy struck. >> what did the terrorist take from you? >> i mean, the love of my life. what am i going to do? you know, jared and i always said -- we only -- we were only married for a year. so i'm 40, we're kind of old, and we've both been pretty independent, you know, for all of this time, and so, it's not a matter of not being able to be independent but i don't want, i
don't want to do that without him. >> on a fundraising website, jared tucker's family says he leaves behind three daughters. in boston chaotic scene as tens of thousand was counterprotesters dwarfed a few doz whon turned up for a right wing rally. police clashed with some of the counterprotesters. >> boston's built on love, not hatred. >> i was thinking that we should show up to let the protesters about the free speech rally know they're in the minority. >> boston police were forced to lead the so-called free speech group out of the area. the arrests were mostly for disorderly conduct. president trump tweeted, looks like many anti-police agitators in boston. police are looking tough and smart. later on, the president appla applauded the protesters who spoke out against bigotry and hate. in mountainview a counterprotest of a protest that never happened. it was in the hundreds today at
civic center plaza. that is where the group mountainview voices for peace and justice gathered. they discussed the importance of diversity and peace in the face of recent controversies. sexism in silicon valley to the open display of racism, speechers touched upon it. >> i don't support violence and terrorism. so yes, i think that i am a suburban soccer mom here, peacefully expressing myself. >> the event was originally scheduled to push back against a right wing rally called march on google. protesting the firing. engineer james damore. he wrote a manifesto saying women in silicon valley were unfit to lead. organizers ultimately cancelled the protest over the threat of violence. in san francisco, demonstrators also gathered today to denounce white supremacy and demanded the city change the name of justin herman plaza. he's named after accusing of pushing african american people out of their homes.
>> because justin herman should not been venerated in this city. he has a history of displacing and creating discriminatory housing policies. >> peaceful gathering came as the permit for the prayer rally set for next weekend is still under review. bay area politicians are asking that that permit be revoked because of the violence in charlottesville last weekend. well the 49ers are playing their first home game of the year, it's also the first home game since the team and colin kaepernick parted ways after last year's controversial season. of course we're talking about all the national attention kaepernick received when he refused to stand during the national anthem citing racial inequality. we are joined from levi stadium with that story, laura. >> reporter: yeah, kerry, it is halftime right now and fans are filing out of the stadium. and i can tell you, even though colin kaepernick isn't with the team anymore, he is still a topic of conversation here.
and is still a free agent unable to find a team to sign him, his unemployment has prompted rallies like one by new york city police officers today, including same whistle blower, frank. >> i am here to support my brothers and sisters. and anyone who stands up, has the courage to stand up against injustice and oppression. >> i think he took a chance, but he did what he wanted to do. >> reporter: though kaepernick isn't with a team right now, his legacy lives on. some players, including the raiders marshawn lynch sat during the national anthem last
weekend and again today in protest. now back out here live, some groups are calling for football fans to stop watching the nfl until kaepernick is signed, he by the way says if he is soined this season, he will stand during the national anthem. reporting live from levy stadium, nbc bay area news. >> laura, thank you very much. less than 48 hours away, the countdown from the solar eclipse continues and excitement across the country is building. millions are in or on their way to cities along so the-called path of totality. highways, airports, train stations, stores in oregon, cutting across the country on down to south carolina, they're packed. everyone is looking to snag a spot along the 70-mile wide path where the sun will be completely blocked by the moon on monday. >> this is why we are up, we've been up like 800% over this time last year. >> it's something that you will remember the rest of your life and it's something -- the
stories of seeing that eclipse are things that you will be passing down to your grandchildren. >> well some cities are hosting eclipse festival this weekend. well ahead of the big event. stay with us for continuing coverage of the event on air and online at nbcbayarea.com. right now on our website, you could learn more, something very important how you can safely watch that big show. millions across the nation held their breaths tonight hoping to win a record-setting powerball after two months of near misses, the powerball grew to more than half a billion dollars. 500 million in fact made it the highest jackpot of all time. and the chances of taking home the huge prize, one and 300 million. the payoff, the largest powerball win happened last year at 1.6 billion. you have your ticket, folks, here's a look at the powerball numbers. 17, 19, 39, 43, 68, powerball is
usually unlucky number 13, for somebody perhaps tonight the lucky number 13. still to come, a chance to give an animal a new home, jessica is going to join us live with a look at our clear the shelters event, phenomenal event, and how many pets have been adopted in the bay area so far. and we're enjoying a mild weekend around the bay area. 68 right now, san jose, san francisco, 62, but could those clouds spoil eclipse viewing around the bay area on monday? closer look as we come right back. shel.
he has two rescue dogs of his own. shelters across the bay area. right now a lot of empty cages. and that's very good news. nbc bay area jessica is in dublin right now, and jessica, a lot of animals in new homes tonight and you have another new friend, or so is that simone? >> reporter: no, this is not simone, these are actually hispanic cats. very comfortable. which is really funny. they actually adopted 55 cats at the east bay spca today. which is wonderful, but it's not easy. and i know that firsthand because today, i had to take a bite myself. >> i have a pretend for you. >> jessica, it's jessica. >> jessica, meet jessica. >> hello yes. >> yes, i was adopted. now i have a whole new
co-anchor, forget raj, my new one is ryan. he's from livermore. and he says he's going to take very good care of me. he promised we're going to go out and sniff out a good story. we are going to go out and do some investigations and i promise that i would mind my manners with him and not try to take over the entire desk. so, very happy ending saying good-bye to myself, it turns out all the cats here named here at nbc bay area, rob, they all got adopted, but we still have these two, and maybe what people don't know about you kerry, we call you the swing dog, and i heard you have a dog out there at one of the shelters in part of our clear the shelters today. how did your dog do? >> we're going to announce that shortly, but i want the suspense to build. are you training those cats? what's going on there? >> i'm kind of -- i think they're training me actually. i'm not really sure what i'm
doing. we're having a good time. and they are still available for adoption. so here at the east bay spca, today, 55 cats adopted, but these little guys, which some are siblings, are ready to go. >> all right. jessica, great job. thank you very much, jessica. cats are talking now. it's amazing. not to be outdone, jessica not the only one adopted today. here's laura garcia cannon, and that is terry mcsweeny at the berkeley humane society. proud to say, i was adopted today. for complete clear the shelters coverage, so many great pictures on there. touching adoption stories, great pictures, and you could find a shelter near you. this can continue, people were checking out the animals today, go down and get them tomorrow, our meteorologist here now with the microclimate forecast. >> yeah, and more new family photos i guess you could say.
weather was nice today, but let's keep that theme going with clear the shelters. we'll show you around berkeley humane, earlier today, my dog doppelganger there being adopted -- >> yeah? >> yeah, by the family there. and this is why clear the shelte shelters. look at absolutely grateful and great things, new family, that's gorgeous picture there. so we got a good strong sea breeze going. low clouds for the morning, and typically, really don't mind much of the low clouds except
for monday morning. tomorrow morning, upper 50s, low clouds moving inland for the morning. areas of mist and drizzle again, possible. maybe even into oakland for the morning on sunday. during the afternoon, mostly sunny skies. and overall, very pleasant forecast throughout the weekend. san jose to mid-80s as we head down towards morgan hill in gilroy, august standards, these are very nice temperatures. no 90s on the board, 100 degree temperatures, mid-80s, livermore towards danville and mid-70s close to the hayward, oakland, close to 70 degrees. low 60s around half-moon bay. drizzly conditions for the better part of the day, mid-60s tomorrow and into the north bay, highs generally upper 70s to low 80s. now moving forward, into monday, very similar pattern, the morning, 8:00 is starting off with low clouds into oakland across the bay, and as the eclipse gets going, and we begin to see from 9:30 and really the key time here is from 10:00 to
10:16. that's when 75% of the sun will be covered by the moon. as you can see there, inland, we're okay, but some patches of low clouds around obviously the coast, that could be a bit of a viewing issue for monday morning. temperatures are going to start to rebound. so far san francisco, morning mist, chances of seeing low clouds around inland locations we should be fine away from the bay. then perhaps close to 90 by next saturday. >> rob, thanks very much. right now let's check with the sports. >> hello. >> what's up, guys? how are you guys doing? coming up in sports last weekend, marshawn lynch, did not stand for the national anthem. see if that was the case again tonight.
sports bay area studios. the giants, 49ers and raiders all in action as we speak. the big story for oakland last weekend was marshawn lynch not standing for the national anthem. tonight he took a seat once again. we )ll have more on that tonight at 11. take vo: trt: :30 with the raiders at the coliseium. the a )s in houston taking on te astros oakland 2 and 18 in their last 20 games vs houston bottom 4 ... bases loaded for marwin gonzalez singles to right... 2 runs come in to score astros lead 2-nothing. bottom 5.. runner on second with one out jose altuve lines a singleto center... alex bregmaad astros lead 2-0 after that. runner on second with one out. jose altuve, alex heads home.
go on to win 3-0. to the motor city, dodgers on a record pace for wins in detroit this afternoon, top seven, two on, two out for adrian gonzalez. he delivered with an rbi single to right. driving in the newest dodgers curtis granderson, it's 1-0, l.a. stop a with a runner on third. he slides up the middle, chase utley hits the green light for home and it's 2-0 dodgers. bottom ninth, janson and jose to run out to second to end the game. dodgers win 3-0 and pick up their 87th win of the season. well the raiders over week one at tennessee, at carolina today, cam newton sitting out for the panthers. marcus mariota back under center.
just like that, it's 10-0. dplooi on the board. 17 yard touchdown run, carolina within ten, cam newton, he was checking out those moves there. they'd go on to win 37, the raiders and 49ers both in action. meanwhile, the 49ers hosting the broncos and we're going to have highlights of that tonight at 11:00, terry. >> fantastic and great to see mccaffrey doing well so far. thanks a lot. well not even a fire could ruin this couple's big day. this couple just said i do when a fire broke out at ellison vineyards. i'm laughing because they did too. they were about to start their wedding reception and firefighters had to clear out the area, deal with the fire, the bride and groom were sports about it. they just moved their party to a nearby venue. stopped to pose before
celebrating with guests. nothing could stop true love. >> yeah, and they saved the cake too. >> and weather tomorrow, going to be -- >> just like today. if you like today's weather temperatures inland, not all that bad, low 60s and drizzle around sfraenz. the issues of the morning clouds, they'll be around monday morning. one morning you don't to want see low clouds. they see a few low clouds. >> all right. well thanks for joining us for a special edition of nbc bay area news. we'll baa be back here tonight at 11:00, hope you can join us.
bachelor in paradise aired some dirty laundry. welcome to access hollywood weekend edition. part one, monday night after a lot of hype. didn't quite deliver. >> demario and corrine had a smaller role in monday's episode than a lot expected. we saw the important stuff, we saw the scene that led up to the incident. in the pool. and we saw that they were pretty much, i would say completely lucid. right before. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. tuesday night, cast, minus demario and corrine gathered to talk aftermath. after that, demario came to access to share his side of the story. our bachelor expert, grilled demario on what really happened in paradise? >> how relieved are you to have finally watched that first episode? and to see that it was just really no big deal.