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i )m raj mathai. and i )m jessica aguirre. gusty winds across the bay area and now the chill is settling in. chief meor . goods evening. thanks for being with us i'm raj mathai. >> i'm jessica aguirre. gusty winds across the bay area, now a chill is settling in. jeff ranieri joins with the latest on a freeze watch. >> we're expecting those temperatures to drop to the 30s. it's brought by the same storm system that's producing these winds. 79 miles per hour was the max
wind gust. it's the high pressure built into this system, and it's bully in the wind and the chilly temperatures. so freeze warning in effect for marine, napa and sonoma county. here's how the wind and the temperatures play out tomorrow morning. 48-year-old and gusts at 35 miles per hour. then once we hit 1:00 gusts at 15 miles per hour and temperatures at 49. we'll see you shortly, jeff. we're following break news in ventura county, just north of l.a.. similar conditions we saw in the north bay fires many weeks ago are now fuelling the flames in this fire. the santa anna winds whipping up 70 miles per hour. these pictures are live as we zoom in on the fire you can see
the intensity on the hillside. here's the latest from the fire lines. we were updated a few minutes ago, 10,000 acres are burning, zero containment. we have learned that one person has died in a car crash associated with the fire. more than 500 people have been evacuated from their homes. this is near the town of santa paula. there's an a power outage in santa barbara, we're going to monitor the fire and report back during the newscast. a shooting outside a target store. police say they have a suspect in custody but there are still a lot of loose ends. terry mcsweeney was the first on the scene. he joins us from the parking lot where the police are still onsite looking for evidence. >> reporter: they're still out
here. the shooting took place at 6:00 this evening in front of this target store on 40th street. can you see the police still processing. a witness tells me there was some kind of a scuffle between two men next to that bullet rilded dodge durango, just before the bullets started firing another witness tells me exactly what the gun fire sounded like. >> all of a sudden you hear pop, pop, pop, pop. and then another pop, pop. >> reporter: another witness said at least 10 shots were fired. >> we have a shooting. we have two people in area hospitals with gun shot wounds and one person in custody. >> reporter: both victims in critical conditions one found at the scene near the dodge durango, you can see the bullet holes in the door and window. they said the second victim walked toward the home depot.
the man in custody was found a couple blocks from the scene. >> we're not sure his involvement yet. >> everyone started running into target. >> this man inside the store. >> really scared. they were shaking. by their faces, they wanted to leave but we had them like stay for their safety. >> reporter: 20 minutes after being locked down, target allowed customers to leave. police say three guns have been recovered. police say they do not know what led up to the shooting but they want to assure the public there is no further threat, everyone involved is in custody or in the hospital. terry mcsweeney nbc bay area news. >> thank you, terry. stay with us for the latest, twitter is a great resource. terry has been tweeting from that scene all evening. stephcurry's ankle is not
broken but he might be out of the lineup for weeks. here's what happened tonight in the final two minutes of the game in new orleans right there you see it, curry sprains his ankle on that play, hobbles out of the game. this is the same ankle that's given him troubles in years past. post game x-rays were negative. tomorrow he will have an mri, but as of right now this is what you're seeing, steph curry on crutches. >> knowing i've been through this before on this ankle and the surgical repairs from five, six years ago are fine, i should be able to bounce back. >> the warriors won tonight's game but that's bittersweet. the next game is in curry's hometown of charlotte on wednesday. a victory for president trump, the travel ban is on. the u.s. supreme court ruled the
travel ban can go into effect while the challenges to stop it move forward. jean elle joins us live atsfo. >> reporter: tonight civil rights attorneys and groups are monitoring the situation here at sfo, they say they're on all in case there are traveler affected by this ban who need help. signs offering traveler helped are posted at sfo as travel restrictions from eight nations can go into effect at any time. the supreme court clears the way at the trump administration's third attempt at a travel ban, putting aside lower court rulings. in this case six of the eight countries are mostly muse
lichls. >> it's based on country that have broken down administration systems. >> civil rights groups have protested the restrictions since they were first introduced in january. bill hang say it is latest version is no different. >> they added north korea and venezuela so they could point to two countries that were not muslim dominated. >> reporter: the ban is not popular with traveler at sfo. >> the united states is home of the free and the brave they should be brave enough to let those particular countries come into this country and just try to work with them instead of saying no, you can't come. i just don't think it's right. >> reporter: so far here at sfo it's business as usual. tonight no word from the trump
administration as to when the new ban will be enforced. there are two challenges to the ban set for a hearing in federal court this month. reporting like at sfo jean elle. the verdict in the kate steinle murder trial was issued last week but now defense attorneys want one more charge dismissed, the only charge the defendant was convicted on. jose ines garcia zarate was found not guilty of first degree murder, second degree murder and involuntary manslaughter he was found guilty of felon in possession of a gun. today the public defender's office said they will file an appeal to reverse that charge. services about to come to a halt in oakland. tomorrow morning thousands of city workers will walk off the job. more than 3,000 workers are gearing up to strike indefinitely. they called for the strike after
negotiations with the city broke down the mayor is calling it unlawful because the negotiations are not at an impasse. she's filing a formal complaint tomorrow hoping to keep the workers on the job. >> we asked them to put off the strike until we have the opportunity to bring their offer to the city council. the soonest we were able to skeed yule a closed session was wednesday at 1:00. >> police officers and firefighter will not go on strike but librariries and city offices would close. the changing demographics of the silicone valley. many families are being priced out and enrollment in public schools is declining. tonight hundreds of parents are fighting to keep their local schools from shutting down. the oak grove school district said it expects to close up to five elementary schools because
of financial reasons. ian cull joins us in san jose where an emotionally charged meeting has wrapped up. >> reporter: that declining enrollment means less money for schools the district said they have to consolidate. a tense meeting tonight more than 600 people showing up to support their own schools. tonight parents fighting for their families. students sharing their stories. >> the teachers care. and gave me confidence i never new i had. >> reporter: all telling a committee why their school should stay open. the oak grove school district expects to close between three and five campuses at the end of the school year. over the past four years the district said 1,000 students have left, that's $50 million in
lost revenue. the superintendent claims the high cost of living in san jose. >> we've seen the majority of our students have left the area. >> the elementary schools are on chopping block are here on this map. oak rich is one where his son attends for special services. >> we locate him to wherever he has to be, it's one of the best schools for children with special needs. >> reporter: now those students would consolidate into the other schools in the district. a decision is expected by february. reporting live, ian cull nbc bay area news. we continue to follow the breaking news out of ventura county, tonight new information and video coming into the news room. >> i'm tracking dangerous wind
and more downloads in seconds, not minutes. get fast internet and add phone and tv for only $34.90 more per month. comcast is building america's largest gig-speed network to give small businesses more. call 1-800-501-6000 today. this is new video of a fire in ventura county. this is abo we want to update you now on our breaking news. this is new video of the fire in ventura county. you can see the homes in the fore gone, the fire in the background. more than 500 people have been evacuated in neighborhoods surrounding this. this is about 40 miles southeast of santa barbara. it's about 10,000 acres, zero containment. the challenge is windy conditions, similar to what we saw here in the north bay. winds up to 70 miles per hour. this is a live look from our nbc
chopper down in southern california. you can see how dramatic that is. the hillside literally burning. this is near the town of santa paula, the wind is blouing west toward santa barbara. right now there is one reported death due to a car accident associated with the fire and major power outages in santa barbara we're not sure if that's linked to the fire. we this is likely to get bad in the overnight hours and into tomorrow. will stai they stand trial. the two men investigators say are responsible for the ghost ship investigation. derick almena and max harris are facing 36 counts of manslaughter. the hearing was scheduled today but pushed back to wednesday because the judge is sick. the mother of one of the victims
said all she wants is someone to be held accountable. >> i want someone to be held accountable. i want someone to say i did it, it's not going to happen, but i want closure. >> the hearing will happen on wednesday and that's when they'll determine if there's enough evidence to put the men on trial. a local custody guard member goes on trial in alameda over the death of his young daughter. it's a story our investigative unit broke in august. she died in 2011, her father and his girlfriend, who's now his wife, were taking care of eden. the coroner labeled it a homicide, but no one was arrested. after we started asking
questions, alameda county charged holly with child abuse. our reporters will be there to bring us a full report. the next time you're at at&t park you'll see difference. blocks separating the street from the sidewalks. it's to prevent the recent terror tack tiks of driving vehicles at high speed through crowds. how young is too young for kids to use facebook? facebook has a new app aimed at kids as young as six. kids aren't allowed to use facebook if they're under the age of 13. however the new chat app, messenger kids is a place to be used by young kids. it has no in-app purchases.
>> they approve every intera interaction with their child and they have the option of deleting any contact if they feel uncomfortable. >> it launched today. back to ventura county, this fast spreading fire has burned 10,000 acres, a long night for firefighters and people evacuated from their homes. one of the most problematic things here is the winds which are fuelling the fire. let's bring in jeff ranieri, we often talk about the santa ana winds. they've been the culprit of many a fire in southern california. >> it's the driest wind you can get. it's blowing from the east off toward it is west. it's going to lower humidity and see them as we head into tomorrow morning. for any of you that have friends and family in the area, i want
to put a map perspective on this. the winds today 20 to 45 miles per hour, the latest information is this is a 10,000 acre fire that started near highway 150 and highway 126. it's just off to the north. you havo high off to the north of the fire. you have ventura off to the coastline. all of those areas near santa paula, especially off towards the north and west really going to be under the biggest threat of the flames over the next 12 hours. we'll have more information at nbcbayarea.com and our sister station in los angeles. that fire is being fuelled by the same area high pressure that produced winds today up to 79 miles per hour. it is large and it is strong. and basically the clockwise motion around this is helping to
drag down the wind and the chilly temperatures. in terms of the wind, for us, what we think is it'll stay breezy to gusty through about 9:00 in the morning tomorrow, primarily in the east and south bay hills. that really has been the most damaging and annoying thing throughout today. i think we'll get through the temperatures for tomorrow, just bundle up and know in the tri valley we could get down to 39. coldest will be in the north bay at 37. san francisco 45 and we're talking sunny skies throughout the bay. >> we'll see a good amount of warming tomorrow. also by the afternoon, a lot less in the way of wind we're down to 5 miles per hour in the south bay. tomorrow afternoon 64 here in downtown san jose. 62 in va lay hose, back to oakland 61.
sunny in the peninsula. san francisco 62 along the emba rarkscad rarkso. 64 expected in napa and 62 in mill valley. extended forecast keeps it dry over the next seven days. afternoon highs in the 60s for the interior valleys we start with cold temperatures in the 30s for the morning hours and also dry for the forecast afternoon highs in the 60s. what does it look like for the long range forecast? we talked about the unusual start for december. we below average rain chances across the west. in terms of temperatures it's going to be above average. so really putting a lot of pressure on january and february to hopefully pick up some rainfall for the bay. >> hopefully the conditions
improve down near santa barbara. >> they should. coming up new changes for wiegt watchers the foods you can enjoy and eat free. >> we have jimmy. >> michael key is my guest tonight. the 2017 person of the year. happening on our facebook page, look at the first ever pizza party in space. they posted pictures over the weekend after making their own individual size pizzas they threw them like frizz bees in zero gravity and then ate them. the street name change one south bay city may make. hear from one of the people behind the effort.
many in santa rosa could be forced to sell their adding insult to injury, first they lost their homes now many in santa rosa could be forced to sell their burned out lots. they realize they are underinsured. the issue of supply and demand is pushing costs higher. they're talking $800 a square foot to rebuild when a few months ago the going rate was $500 a square foot. >> new year's resolutions is just around the corner. now weight watchers is trying a new tactic, 200 new foods have been added to their zero point list. that means they can eat eggs,
seafood and yogurt. but some are skeptical. >> if it sounds to be too good to be true, it probably is. >> weight watchers is hoping to lure back a lot of its members it's lost in recreant years. oprah bought a stake in 2015 and gave it a big boost. steve curry and his injury and kevin durant gave a big boost. steph curry be out?
we showed you his injury earlier in this newscast. okay. so what happens now? how long is steph curry going to be out? this is nerve wracking. >> some real concerns for this warriors season. kd making headlines as well. he gets ejected in the fourth quarter for this, a scuffle with demarcus can you sins, no punches thrown but he was tossed. you see the ankle roll there, the x-rays came back negative but steph curry is still
expected to miss the game wednesday. >> what's going through your mind. >> that i had to call my dad and tell him i can't play golf with him. >> that's a good sign he can't play golf with his dad. we will undergo an mri. how about the sharks in washington d.c. taking on the capitals. here's something we don't see often. that's joe thornton dropping the gloves to fight. they won the gam,o vek chin leads the capitals to a 4-1 win over the sharks. we're back in a moment.
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chopper in southern california. before we go, we want to show you more live pictures from our nbc chopper down in southern california. you can see it here, the wind-driven fire has already scorched more than 10,000 acres in ventura county. that number could jump to 20,000 acres in the overnight hours. one person has died. this is just east of ventura in the town of santa paula. we'll track this through the
night into the morning. making his case to america. dublin is one of ten finalists on the voice. he sang "ordinary world" by duran duran. you can find out if he breaks into the top eight tomorrow night right here on nbc bay area. >> we wish him the best of luck. >> yes. >> thanks for joining us at 11:00, have a great day tomorrow. >> bye-bye. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- keegan-michael key. claire foy. sports illustrated's