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if san francisco 49ers fan was getting into it with a raiders fan. it was an ugly scene, fistfights in the stand as this game wound down. no word on the extent of injuries. police say there was at least one arrest for fighting. but a number of arrests for other reasons. >> it would be unreasonable for 70,000 people to get together and not to have a single arrest. >> reporter: all evening, a police helicopter hovered overhead and uniformed officers were all overn t effort to keep the place. >> raiders! >> niners! game, plenty of people came together to mark the end of this rivalry as the raiders prepare to move to las vegas. >> you're friends and tailgating together? >> we're family on both sides of the table. >> reporter: the last time they were able to tailgate before
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they played together was in 2014 in oakland. >> they had such a great time over there, and then we're like, all right, we have to have the same thing over here. >> and it's a battle of the bay, so it's nice to kind of have closure. >> reporter: some couples are already planning for next season. >> it's just another trip to vegas for us. she hasn't been yet, so we're just going to go, enjoy the game. >> reporter: the police department is still compiling figures tonight on the number of arrests made. so far, the most common charge, public intoxication. reporting live. nbc bay area news. >> thank you. not just the fans and players making headlines, the 49ers cheerleaders also have a lot of people commenting. one in particular, this cheerleader took a knee during the national anthem. it's believed to be a first for an nfl cheer leader. she's not been identified and
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the 49ers had no comment, though they have supported players' rights to kneel for the anthem. the cheer leaders are run by an outside organization. our coverage of the game continues later in this news cast. now to a development we first brought to you at 5:00, as police spent the night collecting evidence after a high speed chase with a respect driving at more than 100 miles an hour, firing shots at police officers. cheryl hurd joins us live with more details. cheryl? >> reporter: that suspect was wearing body armor, but it all started with someone who lives in this neighborhood. when police went in to investigate, the suspect took off. >> reporter: it ended here with gunfire and the suspect vehicle crashing into a pole at 22nd and international boulevard in oakland. it started with a phone call to vallejo police. >> the caller indicated the suspect was parked in front of his in the glenn cove
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neighborhood of vallejo and heavily armed with rifles, assault weapons, a handgun. >> reporter: before police could approach the suspect, he sped away. there was a chase west bound, interstate 80. the chase went on for 30 miles. sirens blaring, cars quickly moving to the side of the freeway. >> we have reports that the suspect did fire at our officers during the pursuit. >> reporter: those shots were not fired on the interstate. police say the suspect shot at them twiceion on international boulevard. two valjo policsuspe fit, strik him, his condition unknown. >> of course pursuits are with assault rifles and pistols and putting more people in danger. >> reporter: police say the suspect is male, between 30 and
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40 years old, and he's known to police. reporting live in vallejo, cheryl hurd, nbc bay area news. >> now to the south bay, a triple shooting at a san jose community center has prompted an increased police presence. the shooting happened last night at the seven trees community center near monterey and capital expressway. a suspect walked up and shot two juvenile girls and boy and took off. two officers were greeting parents and kids tonight. investigators are checking surveillance video and asking for the public's help. >> before it was safe, but now it's like, a little scary. >> there's a lot of good things going on out here. this is definitely an abnormal event. >> all three victims from last night will survive and no suspect description. four fires in two months, the latest one just last night at this historic building. investigators want to know if they have an arsonist on their hand. joins us live.
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a man was seen running from one of those fires. do they think he's connected? >> reporter: they really want to talk to that man, jessica. investigates here say they want to talk to the man seen running away from a fire last night. so far, crews here have been able to prevent those fires from spreading and turning into larger events. tonight, they are eager for someone to come forward and give them information about who may be setting these fires before another one starts. flames devour an historic rifle the golden gate recreational area, destroying the building and terrified people who live up the road. >> seeing it so close made me think about getting the kids, getting the dogs, and what can you grab and get in your car. >> reporter: even with limited water available, crews managed to keep the fire from spreading to nearby dry hillsides.
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>> there was significant potential for a wildland fire out there if we had some significant winds last night. >> reporter: the site is surrounded by crime tape tonight, because investigators believe someone intentionally set this fire. the u.s. park police officer saw a man leaving the building before it erupted in flames. that man got away. southern marin fire investigators are eager to find him and see if he's connected to three other recent fires in the park. >> we're actively investigating a number of incidents. >> reporter: a small vegetation fire last weekend, and this fire inside and historic bunker that spread to the hillside in september are among the fires investigators are looking into. word that someone might be setting the fires has people who live here nervous. ary, yeah. so hopefully they catch him. >> reporter: back at last night's fire scene, we found large chunks of burned materials spread around if the dry brush. embers that could have easily started additional fires.
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if you have any information about who may be setting fires in the marin headlands, the authorities would like to hear from you. jean elle, nbc bay area news. a fast and furious pace for president trump with the election five nights away. he's campaigning for several republicans. tonight, you can see him there, he was at a rally in missouri for republicans. the president and vice president throwing their weight behind several candidates. this comes as president trump announced plans to sign an executive order which would ban anyone caught crossing the border illegally from claiming asylum in the u.s. >> these are not angels. these are not little angels, these are tough people. and we're not letting them into our country. s in the ally.igra caravan throw rocks, u.s. troops should reacth those rifles. that caravan is expected to reach the border in about two weeks. the democrats also bringing out some big names.
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oprah was in georgia, campaigning for gubernatorial candidate stacey abrams. if she wins, she could become the nation's first black female governor. oprah, who says she's a registered independent, said she felt it was her duty to step forward for those before her who face violence and voter suppression. >> and i refuse to let their sacrifices be in vein. >> she assured the crowd she has no intentions for running for office herself. our election night komplg cover begins at 7:00 p.m. next tuesday. we'll have crews spread throughout t ours after his dea the bay area continues to mourn giants legend willie mccovey. fans paying their respects all day at the life-size statue of mccovey and the cove named after him. the hall of famer touched countless lives by what he did
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on the field. but he was so beloved that even hall of famers from other sports spent the day reflecting on his personal greatness. >> he would just light up that room, so it's something that i'm going to miss, and a great player, a great person, and, you know, somebody that you just love being around. >> the staff put flowers on the table right by mccovey's signed photograph. imagine fire destroys your entire home. but the insurance company only pays to rebuild half. that's reality ino. we'll help you avoid that mess. also -- and i didn't know what to do. >> stranded and scared. this sixth grader kikd ocked ou a b.a.r.t. station over 40 cent. i'm chief meteorologist jeff ranieri.
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a brand new fire weather watch has been issued. i'll have details on this coming up. paramedics while we' re on break. second, it ensures the can respond if you call 9-1-1. vote yes on 11.
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vote yes on 11. son, accidentally shot himself. an oakland father facing charges after his 3-year-old son accidently shot himself. tonight, police sent us this mugshot. they say he's a convicted felon who left a gun sitting on an entertainment center. a felon is not allowed to have a gun, and on monday, page's son was able to get his hands on the gun, which was left out and not locked up, and the boy shot himself. the boy remains pagehoit expectt week. another family in anguisher. the crash happened october 9th on 680.orsay two friends were racing when one of the cars spun out and hit an embankment. at the time, officers treated this as a dui case without
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injury. but the victim's mother called police saying she believes her son was involved in that crash, and he hadn't come home. police later discovered his body had been thrown from the car and he died. tonight, the victim's family is demanlding justice. >> the person responsible for driving that car and leaving my nephew out there for 18 hours. >> the victim, her nephew, is 32-year-old darren walker of fremont. so when is the next time you plan to talk to your insurance agent? we're about to give you more th should call tomorrow. >> here's our consumer investigator with help from a north bay family fighting a seven figure insurance battle. chris? >> if you can't remember the last time you talked to your insurance agent, give him three minutes. i think you need an appointment as early as tomorrow. we want to help you avoid the jam this family is in.
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>> i miss it so much. >> reporter: it's been 12 months since madonna day's home burned down in the wildfires. >> my whole life, treasures, memories are gone to ash. >> reporter: she and her daughter, marie louise, are eager to rebuild the farm house they called middle earth. but there's no sign of construction. >> i can't replace it. they haven't come through. >> reporter: they is start farm. they say they were stunned and upset to learn they were dramatically underinsured. even though state farm automatically adjusted their coverage each . $1 million in what it would take to rebuild this. >> reporter: this contractor report estimates $3.2 million to rebuild middle earth. madonna and marie louise will pay a maximum of $1.5 million. >> they gave us less than half to rebuild. >> reporter: that's a familiar chorus in the fire zone. >> the law has to change. >> reporter: amy bach leads a
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san francisco nonprofit that helps people tackle insurance claim. they found 66% of north bay fire victims were underinsured. so who's responsible for making sure you have enough coverage? you are. even though insurance companies automatically adjust your policy yearly, state farm's website is clear -- the choice is yours. bach says most people just renew with whatever the insurance company computer spits out. she believes those formulas can better reflect building costs. >> how to out, you have to tell your customers that. you can't continue to lull people into a false sense of security that they have enough insuranco their house back, and then have them found out after the fact that's not . t >> reporter: we contacted state farm. it declined to talk specifics of their case, and instead sent a statement that says, in part, it is our intent and obligation to
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pay what we owe under the terms of the policy. we are always willing to work with our customers to make sure they are receiving the full benefits allowed within their policy. but madonna and marie louise say getting what state foarm owes i a struggle. they say they're willing to take what they offer, but state farm hasn't paid them in full to rebuild. >> it just doesn't seem fair. you spend for your insurance, and then to have to battle for rebuilding, that's cruel. >> reporter: some homes are already rebuilt. while she's waiting to be repaid, state farm says the timeline to process a claim varies because each customer's claim is unique. two steps here to figure this out. first, take your policy and that number at the top, take that to a builder. ask is this enough money?
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if not, go to your insurance agent and say, we need to fix that. >> around here it probably isn't. >> you just need more money for the prumium. >> it's going to go up a small amount, but 66% of the people who lost their homes in the north bay were underinsured, you probably are, too. i think all of us probably are. >> if you have a tip for chris and his team, give us a call, you see the numbers, 1-888-996-tips or go to the website. warm out today, warm still tomorrow. >> it looks like it. another round of here for november and tracking an increase in that fire danger as we head into that forecast. let's take you into our weather tonight, and why the heat, why the warm start to november, it has everything to do with this area of high pressure that has built in, it's going to stay in just about the same spot
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tomorrow. the key thing this is doing is bringing in the warm air and acting as a big shield, keeping that rainfall off to the north. we'll see a little bit of fog develop underneath that ridge of high pressure. we're putting in cloud cover and most of you will still need the sunglasses for the morning commute. 57, and a little bit of fog in san francisco and 53 degrees. temperatures rising fast into the afternoon for the south bay. check this out. down to gilroy, 87 degrees. my forecast in east san jose, 86. downtown san jose, 83. ten degrees above average. a similar forecast, numbers well above average, back here across the east bay. a warm 82 in hayward. head over the east bay hills, up to 87 in danville. mild at the coast with 69 in half moon o, i still s 70s in the embarcadero and the mission, but not quite as hot as it was today. and right near the coastline,
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we're at 68 through the outer sunset. another warm day through the north bay, up to 83 in ukiah. mill valley, some of the most perfect weather there and 79 degrees. my forecast is simple, we'll look at 60s here for the average. still looking pretty good there, nice and tweet in sf. the inland valley forecast, up to 86 tomorrow, down to 85 on saturday. here's where the new problem comes in, it now looks like we'll see increasing wind in saturday's foreca that. eeather watch issued for the northeast and south bay hills. we could get occasional gusts of 20 to 40 miles per hour. more on this as we head through tomorrow. the rest of the forecast is try. next seven days we'll drop to some 70s by the mid end of next week. i still see a pattern change, maybe some time between november 11th and the 14th.
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latest indication was, we might get rain near the bay area. so that's at least something. >> i've never seen us all dejected over a beautiful forecast. >> well, i am, because i feel the dpiguilt, but you enjoy it. >> i don't feel bad at all. up next, steph curry playing with a different team and the squad is well known across the world, too. >> and we have jimmy. >> hey, guys, justin timberlake and jessica biel are here. plus, music from pistol annis. it's a great show. ay tuned. and happening now, a bay area start-up is changing the future of smartphones, or soey . fremont based royal unveiled what it claims is the first foldable phone called flex pie. it goes on sale in china next month, but no word when they'll be available in the u.s. back in a moment. many consumerse
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website for another. what you need to watch for. plus: this massive migrant carvan is heading to the u-s border. the moves an east bay business is making to help those seeking asylum. tomorrow from 4:30 to 7. california's public schools rank 44th in the nation.
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an 11 year old richmond boy was booted from a bart station... because he was 40 cents short on his clipper card. an 11-year-old richmond boy was booted from a b.a.r.t. station because he was 40 cents short. b.a.r.t. is apologizing to the boy and his mother. he says he was ordered to leave without any way of getting home. >> why didou feel and they could hurt me or kill me. >> we don't anyone being kicked out, especially an 11-year-old. >> the boy called his mother, who had to leave work to pick him up. b.a.r.t. says he should not have been forced to leave. inste instead, he should have been allowed to take the train home. what does google do next? the walkout has employees making change. thousands want company executives to better address the
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issue of sexual misconduct, that anger sparked by an article that a former executive was paid $90 million severance package to leave quietly after being accused of sexual misconduct. google's ceo apologized today for what he referred to as past actions by the company. st? back to our coverage of the st? back to our coverage of the we'll shou i'm dianne feinstein and i approve this message.
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owner mark davis...one foot out the door for las vegas. well, the whole nation saw how bad the owner mark davis, one foot out the door to las vegas. his jon gruden, so failure in his return to oakland.orts of fun. nick mullins, the third strange quarterback, making a sparkling nfl debut. >> the truth, there hasn't been much to cheer about for both teams, but tonight, more than half the bay area was happy. >> let's bring in colin resh on the field at levi. >> reporter: the raiders thought they hit a low in london in a
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27-3 loss to seattle. that was nothing. in the final battle of the bay, the 49ers dismantled the silver and black, one of the most embarrassing losses in franchise history. they couldn't stop nick mullins. yeah, you heard me right, the undrafted second year quarterback out of southern miss. rolling right, 24 yards to a wide open receiver. second quarter, mullins, four yards to kendrick born, 14-3. c toying with his younger brother. teasing the defense for a 52-yard touchdown. the niners dominate 43-3 the final. the night belonged to nick mullins, 262 yards and three scores. >> i keep some of it in the back of my mind, but not all of it. i think i'm here for a reason and it was my opportunity to prove that i could play. >> yeah, very frustrating night. that was terrible.
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that's not good. >> reporter: next up for the raiders, home against the chargers on the 11th. the niners back here, again in primetime on the 12th against the giants. >> colin, thank you. nick mullins, wow! that guy was good tonight. we have hockey at the shark tank. things looked good early on this is kevin la bank with the goal. but columbus wins 4-1. back in a moment. way to stay connected. it gives you super fast speeds for all your devices, enhanced coverage, and lets you control your network with the xfi app. it's the ultimate wifi experience. xfinity xfi. simple. easy. awesome. xfinity xfi gives you the speed, coverage and control you need.
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rarely do... so it only makes sense that okay, the harlem globetrotters rarely lose, and the warriors rarely do, so it only makes sense you combine them. steph curry taking part in the team's three-man weave before lobbing a perfect alley-oop pass. trotters play in santa cruz a week from tomorrow and come back to the bay area in january in oakland in san jose. >> steph curry plays like this tl time. >> i was just thinking that,
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what's the difference? >> and the globetrotters win. they come back in january? >> i think so. >> oakland and san jose. >> that will be fun. >> i like that. >> january. >> thanks for watching us here. jeff, take us out with the forecast. >> patchy cloud cover, sun mixing in, temps in the 50s. a warm day inland. and wind on saturday. we'll be watching that tomorrow. >> have a great friday. thanks for joining us. [ 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 -- justin timberlake,

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