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clear out come the afternoon and under sunshine temperatures will warm currently. we're in the 50's and 60's almost identical to where we started yesterday morning. the light jacket comes in handy this morning before an afternoon where you won't have to worry about that too much john, thank you for that. we are tracking your morning commute for you on this friday as you step into the weekend, a little under 8 minutes for your drive time when she reached the maze. >> to that fremont street exit. we have some earlier traffic collisions not of them caused any major delays or slowdowns along our highways. 5 8880 look pretty great. also down south looks great headed across towards the peninsula under 40 minutes for your drive time there. and the richmond, sandra fell commute under 8 minutes. pretty light. we'll have more throughout the morning daryn. james, back to you. thanks, ray. it's 5 o'clock in the big story today. this weekend is going to be one of the busiest travel weekends, probably the busiest since the pandemic started another estimating upwards of 2 million people will be flying sfo.
>> will be the 7th busiest airport in the country. if the numbers hold out kron 4. sarah stinson, stand by live there at the airport with more on this story. hey, sarah. >> oh, yeah. james darya. it is busy here. in fact, i believe it's definitely going to be the busiest day since the pandemic started right now. of course it's chilling chill out, but it is busy here at terminal 2. and it's even busier at terminal one. so if you're heading here terminal one, you're going there expected to be busy. the lines there at tsa extremely law. if you're going to united at terminal 3. i can tell you it is not too busy over there. so that's good news if you're flying united, but expected to pick pack your patience, your patients along with your mask. i just saw a guy walking to the airport without his mask. and i want to remind you while masks are not required other parts of, you know, wherever you live member public transportation masks are required now the lines here
very long tsa forecasting over 2 million people will be traveling this weekend. sfo, as you said, expect to be the 7th busiest airport in the country according to the travel booking app hopper today at one 30 in the afternoon it's going to be the most crowded flights are costing pretty much the same as they did on this weekend. back in 2019, the trending in domestic destinations are this. people are going las vegas, miami and orlando apparently internationally. people are going to cancun san juan and mexico city not only is today going to be the busiest travel day. but so is monday, the monday after the 4th with millions of people trying to get home after celebrating u.s. a now getting to the airport airport today. make sure you get here early. and i mean this. i've said it before, but today's one of those days people are just wanting to get out and travel. so people are here and they are coming droves to make sure
you pack your patience, bring that mask and also prepared to wait in line. tsa precheck or clear because otherwise you're going to want to i mean, you could be waiting 20 minutes of travel recently and tsa overwhelmed. dari james, send it back to you. wow. all right. thank you, sarah. >> and how about if you're driving. let's take a look at what is going to cost you to fill up your gas tank in oakland. and this is the cheapest gas you can get the regular gray. james, not the high test that you're supposed to use with a fancy car 4.35 a gallon penny moore in san jose for 36 and then we jump santa rosa for 44 san francisco for 45 a gallon. plus when you're on the road, the chp will be out there to maximum enforcement for the 4th of july weekend will have extra officers on the roads. focusing on drunk drivers, distracted driving and speeding. maximum enforcement
period begins tonight at 6 and runs through july 5th on monday. >> well, san francisco is getting set to host its first fireworks show since the pandemic and police are in the city working to crack down on those illegal fireworks recently. there's been an increase in the use of illegal fireworks like the ones you see here in this video which was taken from san francisco's potrero hill neighborhood. given the dry conditions we're experiencing police are really concerned firefighters to that. it won't take a whole lot to spark a fire. >> we know that safe and sane fireworks or burn at a temperature. that's hot enough to melt gold and so in the hands of a child that can certainly cause injury that can certainly light up other areas like dry grass and that can spread to structures and can cause millions of dollars worth of damage. >> now, as i said the first time since the pandemic the city is going to be holding its own fireworks display downtown by the waterfront like they did every year before the pandemic. but folks
are being asked not to watch it from treasure island because there's a lot of construction like you can see here in this video that's causing parking to be very limited. so you won't have much choice out there to park. best bet is to head to to the waterfront in san francisco. and what about the say, normally a popular destination you for fireworks. but it's close this year. high fire danger. >> means the oakland city officials have decided to close much of grizzly peak. you won't be allowed to drive up there to grizzly peak boulevard between skyline boulevard and centennial drive for safety reasons. fire officials say it's important to keep people out. >> think the top of al or early top 5 were any even the get that area going. we have the chance of having a large fire we know this is an inconvenience. but if this is something they have to be done. we don't try to make sure that we're being diligent about hot fire season. >> those roads along grizzly peak boulevard are going to be
closed from. >> 05:00am july 4th through 05:00am july 5th. and a reminder fireworks are illegal in the city of oakland. >> well, there is going to be one fireworks show in oakland. it will be after the a's game. but that's part of his ongoing feud now between bart and the oakland a's bart says if you stick around for tonight's fireworks show after the game. you won't be able to catch a ride home on bark. and that's not sitting well with fans kron four's. gayle ong has more on the story. >> i'm going to have 35,000 fans here and many of them are used to taking bart and they're not going to be able to leave after the game using barred. so that means they're going to have to park in the parking lots. we only have 9,000 spots if they've already almost completely sold out and so it's going to be a really challenging situation for us to manage that oakland a's president dave campbell has been calling out bart on twitter. >> the team tweeted thursday. they are putting a stop on additional ticket sales for friday's game against the boston red sox. >> due to know bart service
from the oakland coliseum to accommodate the postgame fireworks show mark notified writers last week and responded to a tweet saying, quote, after yesterday's feedback, we asked if we can stay open later tomorrow, we operationally can not. we know this is a huge letdown. we still provide post-game service tomorrow, but it's before the fireworks show. we sincerely apologize to all the oil and fans, end quote. >> people are going to come. they're going to try to park. there's going to be no parking spaces. there's really no overflow parking here in this part of east oakland and they buy up to drive home. and so that would just be terrible, terrible experience and we can't allow that to happen. and so we just had to be proactive. >> capital pointed out bartram trains after the bay bridge series games when the a's play the giants at oracle park bart's reply reads in part, quote, giants service is limited to only 7 stations. we don't have the staff to keep all 50 stations open later for the fireworks bart also announced thursday late night service and prepandemic service is returning starting
august but not in time for friday's game in the end, the oakland a's and barred are recommending fans plan ahead. the last part train leaves the platform at 10:10pm, gayle ong kron 4 news. >> in national news. the white house says that it won't meet its target of vaccinating 70% of americans by july 4th. but there still the not calling off the barbecue and the fire were note. still encouraged to go on. health officials say even with the spread of the delta variant. it's ok to celebrate with groups. >> raquel martin explains. >> while health officials say they will not be reinstating their federal mask guidance. they're leaving that decision up to local authorities. the cdc recommendations still stand federally. if you are vaccinated, you do not need to wear a mask. but if you aren't, they recommend masking up. >> despite falling short of their vaccination goal. white house health officials are
giving americans the green light to celebrate in groups. this 4th of july is enjoying state family and friends still holiday weekend cdc director rochelle walensky along with the entire white house covid response team says americans should be proud of the dramatic progress made since january covid-19 deaths have dropped more than 90%. but it is clear that communities where people remain unvaccinated communities that remain vulnerable. says the new delta variant is surging in places with low vaccination rates. and i expect that in the coming will eclipse the afa variant cdc data shows hospitalizations and deaths are now trending up. we are celebrating as a country. at the same time. >> as we recognize the fact that we're in a serious situation for those who have not been vaccinated. the good news we have is that we have a solution. doctor anthony fauci says early data shows all 3 vaccines on the market. can protect americans from the delta variant. it works. it's
free. it's safe to stay safe. fauci urges anyone who was not vaccinated to mask up, especially indoors with groups. in the meantime, the biden administration is upping its effort to combat the uptick in cases announcing plans to surge resources to communities, reemerging as hot spots for the virus. >> white house health officials say they're especially concerned about the safety of americans in the midwest and the south east or vaccination rates remain below their stressing a need to get vaccinated early data shows that since january 99.5% of covid related deaths have occurred in people who are unvaccinated for now in washington. raquel martin, back to you. >> and a quick reminder as we're talking about the 4th of july. don't forget, as we said, san francisco for the first time since the pandemic will have there fireworks show on the water and we will bring it to you live as part of our kron four's 4th of july live
special and not only will you the live fireworks in san francisco. we're also going to intermix the fireworks show at concord. so a little love for the east bay and also from san diego to they have a spectacular show every year. and so we're going to work that into our coverage as well. so join us kron four's, july 4th live special. this sunday at 09:00pm. >> it's 5.11. and still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news the city of san jose is working to remove a homeless camp near the airport with the federal government says they are doing it quickly enough. the impact that it could have on the future of the airport. plus, pg e could soon be raising their rates. they say it's part of an effort to prevent wildfires. but could end costing you a lot of money. and after the break, thousands of people are expected to go to lake taupo for the holiday weekend. how and what they are asking visitors to do. and if you are staying here in the bay area for your friday. it will be a good day to do so. avoid the travel and all the hassle
that's going to bring 70's 80's for your highs across most of the bay today and plenty of sunshine doesn't sound too bad. >> your forecast ahead. and it's too early this friday morning at the traffic out there reflects that no major hot spots. >> or delays. we'll have a look at your drive times heading into the city and across the other bridges when we get back. i'm morgan, and there's more to me than hiv. more love, more adventure, more community. but with my hiv treatment, there's not more medicines in my pill. i talked to my doctor and switched to fewer medicines with dovato. dovato is for some adults who are starting hiv-1 treatment or replacing their current hiv-1 regimen. with just 2 medicines in 1 pill, dovato is as effective as a 3-drug regimen... to help you reach and stay undetectable. research shows people who take hiv treatment as prescribed and get to and stay undetectable can no longer transmit hiv through sex. don't take dovato if you're allergic to its ingredients or if you take dofetilide. taking dovato with dofetilide can cause serious
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is going to be popular weekend. it is. yeah. a lot of folks working at into the 4th of july celebrations. but scientists at u c davis are asking people to do more to try and keep the lake clean this weekend. they want you to use the citizen lake tahoe app is access. that from your web browser. and while you're out kayaking hiking doing whatever around the lake. you can report any litter that you see or if the water looks cloudy or if you see any they yeah. >> select any concerns that you see some abc litter and overflowing trash cans. they're using the images that citizen upload or observations that they make to see where there might be new areas around the lake where algae is occurring or where that kind of water quality and clarity is decreasing. >> okay. so the app is designed to work even in the most remote places around lake tahoe. so don't be shy. you know, activate that app and report what you're seeing while you're there. look so good. it has look at looks
like king's speech. i'm not going there, but i am going to a yeah. i haven't decided which one? which the one with the most on the one with the least number of people like no one else is going to the beach and you think on july 5th if you go on sunday should be. i should be fine. no one is going to be the beach that l ke is surprisingly yeah. i don't know but i want to very close to tell us during the commercial break is exactly. i have a couple of our viewers in pacifica and half moon barely don't talk about this beach exist. don't talk about but it is going to be a really nice weekend at the beaches up in lake tahoe to i know a lot of people indeed are going to be heading up that direction. if you are heading up today. >> do watch out for a couple of evening. thunderstorms much as we've been seeing the past couple of days. it's been very active in the sierra nevada. we've seen some cloud to ground lightning up there as
well as some much needed moisture. fortunately with the cloud to ground lightning that does up fire danger of it. here's good news for sunday though. partly cloudy skies. and that convective activity that results and thunderstorms actually looks a little diminished so that means a nicer 4th of july. look at this. this was the sierra nevada yesterday. thunderstorms flaring up again yesterday afternoon. much as we also saw on wednesday afternoon. so wednesday and thursday both very active in the sierra back here at home. it was just the fog in that cool sea breeze that continue to push inland. and you can see that will again be the case today. cool ocean winds keeping temperatures moderated for the bay area. and that's going to be the way we stay through the 4th and well into next week. so really we've got some great weather ahead of us for the holiday 60's at the coast a little window of sunshine later on. you're not getting a whole lot of it today, though, should be a little bit clear come the afternoon. specially on sunday saying carlo 79 today redwood city in palo alto each 80 degrees. lots of sun for the south bay. you're not going to
see hardly any cloud cover it all 82 degrees for your high in san jose. just a touch warmer inland. we are going to see quite as dense of a marine layer hanging on for his long today nor as intense of a coastal breeze. and that does mean antioch in vacaville actually do rise back into the low 90's just barely and only for a couple of spots. so today all in all, a little less breezy, just a touch warmer but not a bad day in the least bit tomorrow and sunday will bring some afternoon sunshine after partly cloudy skies to start the days in a little bit warmer as far as temperatures go for a few spots. now into next week. we don't see a lot of change here. upper 80's to low 90's inland at are very warmest 70's and 60's staying put right by the coast reyna john, thank you that we're starting off here at the golden gate bridge. >> looking at your drive as you head into the city this morning. we had a lot of fog the day before yesterday here, the kind of slowed us down a bit. that's not the case today. a little under 20 minutes for you to make that drive traveling into the city this morning to that fremont street exit down to a little under 10 minutes for you to
make that commute. the metering lights here at the bridge still turned off and we leave you with the san mateo bridge as you're traveling across towards the peninsula under 14. no major hot spots right now. daryn, back to you. thanks a lot. rates. 5.18. let's give you the latest on the recall election. there's a date now for the election to recall governor newsome its september 14th. our capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala has the details. >> governor gavin newsom's campaign quickly came out to say they look forward to voters rejecting this recall. meanwhile, his opponents say they're ready. >> lieutenant governor eleni kounalakis making governor gavin newsom's recall election date official. it's set for september 14th lockett's released a statement thursday saying, quote, although the window of time from which i could select a date was narrow. i believe we've chosen a fair and reasonable date for this election to take place. it's always been my intention to choose an election day that gives election officials and the public ample time to ensure a smooth election with broad participation september
14th is the day local elections officials pointed to as the earliest possible date. they could handle noting because this will be an all vote by mail election ballots need to be printed and sent meanwhile, polling places need to be set up and staffed lock us is announcement is the end of a domino effect that began thursday morning. the department of finance finalized its cost analysis of the election at 276 million dollars. total hours later, the secretary of state certified the election in handed the baton off to the governor. this with timeline was made possible by the legislature that pastor ruled this week to help speed up the process, allowing lawmakers to skip it typically required 30 day review of the election. newsom's republican opponents like kevin faulkner and john are already released statement saying they're ready made a stop in sacramento thursday. i'm ready to go. >> i think people will see what's going and it will backfire on him. >> now it's off to the races for candidates hoping to replace newsome. they have about 2 weeks to file official paperwork to run. meanwhile,
voters will see those ballots sometime in august. but exactly one is to be determined at the state capitol. ashley zavala kron 4 news. >> it is 5.20 coming up on the kron 4 morning news. a new push to get kids vaccinated before the school year begins. we'll tell you what they're doing. we'll be right back.
>> twenty-three's the time state leaders are encouraging people to get their children vaccinated ahead of the coming school year. this has concerns are growing about the delta variant proper. taylor bisacky has the story. >> don't start thinking about it a week before school starts because it's there. it's too. it's too late. you start getting your child vaccinated against us. start thinking about it right now as santa clara county vaccine officer doctor marty fenstersheib explains the window to get your children vaccinated before school starts is shrinking. i would really want to say. >> the parents that. it takes a look. take several weeks to get your child fully vaccinated and protected. so here we are beginning in july. you get vaccinated soon. it takes 2 weeks before you can get the second. those because it's just pfizer. and then 2 more weeks before you're fully vaccinated. so we're talking 5 weeks or less so that's
getting really close to the time when they will be going back to school. >> while he's proud of the vaccination progress across the county. he hopes more people 12 to 17 years old, will get vaccinated, especially with threats of the delta variant for unvaccinated people. we have. >> 81 and a half percent. people. i 12 in order that had at least one dose and over 76% fully vaccinated. so it's really high. the 12 to 1512 to 17 year. olds haven't been eligible for as long as the older populations. so again, they're catching up. but there are about 5560% vaccinated. so we have a little ways to go. >> taylor kron 4 news. >> the 4th of july can be fun, but dangerous. i'm camila barco live in concord and why doctors say the holiday weekend. could lead to a visit to the emergency room.
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>> and we are looking at clouds. we are. a lot of them are mount. tam camera showing us a blanket of clouds across at least this portion of the bay area. let's find out how and if i do go to the beach. is it going to be like one of those things where i then implement myself and delight, cloudy breezy and i go, why did i do this? it was a perfectly nice day in my neighborhood. yes, let's find out. john, what do you think? so today we get a little bit
more sunshine at the beach then yesterday. yeah. it's not going to be a lot just yet. tomorrow. there should be a little bit more and i'm actually anticipating sunday. we even a little bit more ok, so you just got a planet like early afternoon. i'm thinkin sunday. >> i'm the only one. on july early nobody's heard of it everyone fog pushes back to hey, you know what, we actually are going to see a little bit more clear skies closer to the coast. that means a better day for the santa cruz beach boardwalk, things like that are actually going to be pretty nice. santa cruz is actually going to rise into the 70's this weekend. so this is a good change of pace for your holiday weekend. >> you look outside this morning for are. forecast looking at financial district to know. i can think of that on a friday. no ones that work today. that's probably why maybe it took an extended weekend and are enjoying that weekend a little bit early in which case ought to deal with the great we've got this morning and you can just step outside and enjoy the sunshine will tap into later today. as
i mentioned, we will see some sunshine at the coast who don't tell us where 50's and 60's for current temperatures. san jose at 62 oakland and concord each at 59. well, san francisco and berkeley right now sitting at 56 much more about your holiday weekend forecast. still to come, first, though, on over to rain. it will go. i anticipate at least personally that traffic will be lighter today. my right. let's hope it stays that way. it's light right now. it's a friday. but again, folks are going to be traveling today. so it might start to it will if you're heading into the city this morning. >> traveling from the east bay. look at this. a little under 9 minutes to that fremont street exit. you can still see they have the meteor lights turned off at this hour, 05:18am still pretty slow as you're traveling along there. the san mateo bridge across towards the peninsula. no major issues or delays get pretty great for the past couple of weeks. a little under 14 minutes. the richmond sandra fell commute as you head to richmond under 8
minutes for your drive time. leave you with a look at things down south. no major delays along one oh, one to 80 85 or 82. we'll have more throughout the morning. for now, daryn, james, back to you in a 5.30. is the time right now. and a big story hospitals across the bay area are braced for crowded emergency rooms because of injuries from fireworks. yeah, it's every year that this fireworks causing injuries can range anything minor to in some cases life threatening. >> and so crawford's camila barco standing by live outage on your hospital in concord with more on these warnings from doctors camila. >> sorry, james, the bottom line is to sit back and relax this 4th of july and leav the fireworks to the experts every year. people go to the emergency rooms during this holiday weekend because something went wrong with the giants sparklers. so don't let fireworks. you ruin your independence day or your fingers. now they are illegal us across several bay area cities including here in
concord. officials say even those that are labeled safe and sane are not allowed skyrockets, roman candles and fire crackers are some of the few that are illegal. basically if it goes up in the air and explodes. it's against the law that it could also lead to a citation or arrest one doctor says even the fireworks you think are safe can be dangerous. >> every year around the 4th of july. we see an increase in injuries both from burn and also from explosions and they can range from, you know, someone minor injuries that can for at home to severe injuries where people require hospitalization and surgery. they can lose we've seen patients with severe injuries to the ai so there are going to say fireworks. >> now each year more than 12,000 fireworks related injuries are treated in hospital emergency rooms more
than 25% of children injured by fireworks. our kids just standing by, watching them go off and to put it in perspective, something like a sparkler briggs at temperatures of up 1800 degrees. apparently that's hot enough to melt gold. so keep emergency rooms and de by being safe with fireworks. san francisco is hosting its own display by the waterfront this sunday that starts at 09:30pm. but as i said, you can sit back and relax on your couch and watch it from your tv kron 4 is streaming it live and on air and on tv. so you don't even have to leave your home. this 4th of july to watch a fireworks display. all right, james, back to you. all right. and. >> know, will plug it would double down on the on you know, could are very clear about it. but we do want to. >> just show airs fan seager all we're not sure. fancy graphics for all that set and watch show saturday or sunday at 09:00pm right here on kron
4, 5.33. is the time and 4th of july a happy time, but for pets, not so much because they go missing. they freak out when they are the make sure that think about your dogs or cats or anything else keep him inside. you know, especially when the big booms and you know, that's going to be it's confusing to them as scares them. make sure they have an id tag because yeah, if they run away, you know, they're trying they don't know. like if you think, hey, if i'd leave the house are trying from the sound. yeah. for beforehand. so they're not even outside when all this happens. keep the windows closed. that makes a big difference. comfort them with treats and toys. they love that. and you can play music too. i've heard of people also who, you know, because it ways this out of the fireworks. i've heard people who put a fan on or something like that. it kind of drowned out the fire except some tips for you there. 5.34 is the time speaking of fireworks, nearly 80,000 pounds of illegal
fireworks have been confiscated by cal fire so far. >> in just 2 or the last 2 months. calfire conducted operations along the california nevada border and they also issued more than 200 citations for dangerous fireworks and other violations. so they are and they're not messing around. they are confiscating what they find. meanwhile on the peninsula. menlo park man has been arrested after setting off illegal fireworks in redwood city. the san mateo county sheriff's office says that mario ventura was setting off fireworks in the area of devon shire avenue and dunbarton avenue. he was booked into the san mateo county jail on several charges including possession of illegal fireworks and narcotics. all fireworks are illegal in san mateo county. and if you're caught using them, you could be fined up to $1000. >> pg wants to up your rates. 5% for 4 years in a row starting in 2023 and that could cost customers an extra $400 a year on year bill. if you add up all the monthly
increase the company says that that money would go to putting more power lines, underground and updating technology. but not everybody is convinced that this plan would reduce wildfires. >> and i saw the problem simply by throwing money at the problem. you have to be able to spend the money. you have in the most cost-efficient matter and we don't see that happening right now. >> the rate hike has to be approved by state regulators before it can take effect in that process will include a series of hearings where you could voice your concerns about it. >> now the city of san jose has started dismantling one of the bay area's largest homeless camps near san jose international airport. but as kron four's rob fladeboe explains. it's not happening fast enough for the f a a. >> the hundreds of people camping here beneath the flight path in san jose are being put at risk. so says the
federal aviation administration citing noise in his latest communication in demanding the city itep up action to clear the camp. >> which has grown to more than 200 people since the beginning of the pandemic. the faa is dissatisfied with the progress so far in dismantling the 40 acre camp in a statement to kron 4 news. the faa said, quote. >> airports that receive federal funds must ensure airport property is used for its intended purpose. >> the city of san jose designated the area as incompatible for holmes due to noise impacts. >> the f a a provided roughly 97 million dollars for noise mitigation and approach project in the vicinity of sjc further federal funding of airport projects may be withheld until the camp is cleared. the city has undertaken a gradual approach with a goal of clearing the camp by next spring. the faa wants it done sooner, but that is easier said than done. say advocates for the homeless
like sean card. right. when you clear one camp like one large camp. >> and the jungle is the prime example. you clear one camp and then you create all these other scattered camps because not that one large camp moves and mask to another large camp. they just move in, create a bunch of smaller camps. the vacant land bordered by west hedding street coleman avenue and taylor street. >> was set aside as a buffer zone should aircraft have trouble landing and taking off. now just below people are camped here with tents trucks and rv. he's lining the streets. aside from the noise and suspect air quality is the planes fly overhead. there are implications related to the relaxing of guidelines about sweeping camps. >> amid the easing of the pandemic, the eye house people in. camps as well as shelters are the least vaccinated group of people right now. card, right for one would like to see a sanction camp on the airport site. >> but neither the city or the
is likely to be on board with that. but the city has reportedly told the f a a it needs more time to find a solution in san jose. rob fladeboe kron 4 news. >> it's 5.38. and still ahead this morning, the president first lady visits florida to pay respects to the victims in the condo collapse. we'll tell you how the how the president is responding to help with the recovery effort. and from fireworks to fleet week. it's on details. the summer and on details. the summer and fall events. well, well, well. look at you. you mastered the master bath. you created your own style. and you - yes, you! turned a sourdough starter into a sourdough finisher. so when you learn your chronic dry eye is actually caused by reduced tear production due to inflammation you take it on, by talking to your eyecare professional about restasis®... which may help you make more of your own tears with continued use twice a day, every day. restasis® helps increase your eye's natural ability to produce tears,
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>> 5.41 is the time. everything's back. going to be back. yeah. absolutely. twenty-twenty. yeah. pandemic, whatever. san francisco's bringing back the fireworks this year. it's not the only thing to bring it back to kind of cool. so we've got the july 4th fireworks at the pier pier 39 and then later this month the cable cars are going to be rolling yes, ending the inning because throughout july and august and then they'll transition of full service in september and then in october, the return of fleet week. how about that october 3rd through the 11th. the blue angels have agreed to come back again. the parade of ships, of course, all of his other big events as well. >> and mayor london breed says events like these will go a long way towards reviving the cities billion dollar tourism industry is really took a hit
last year. >> san francisco's coming back and we got a lot of making up to do with the activities that we want to do that. we missed out on the past years. san francisco's exploratorium museum also reopened today for the first time, it's going to be open wednesdays through saturdays from 10 to 5 sundays f from noon to 5. >> and it's going bring that the adults only after dark events. those are thursdays from 6 to 10. we'll take a break at 5.43. we'll be right back.
out the weather on friday. we are heading into the 4th of july weekend. john, in the weather center with the all important forecast. hey, john. yes, in a very important one because it is the 4th of july weekend and the good news you're nor cal honda weather center forecast is showing some great weather for the upcoming holiday weekend. maybe a little hard to breathe believe when you're looking outside at this view right now. >> which is that gray that's hanging out across much of the bay area to kick things off this friday morning. this is your berkeley hills view. not much of a view. it all at the moment. but it will clear out. nicely come the afternoon. couple little blips of green on the map that indicating that we do have some moisture in the form of some drizzly conditions and some misty conditions out there. couple wet spots on roadways. visibility is fine for most areas, though a lighter sea breeze today will allow a bit of a warmer afternoon for inland areas and a farrly pleasant one for the rest of the bay looking at our daytime
highs will rise into the 60's 70's 80's for most spots. only a couple of 90's and that's for antioch in vacaville today. the you'll be a pretty perfect 76 fremont. really nice at 78 oakland hayward mill valley in the low 70's while low 80's in san jose and redwood city. you look ahead at our next 7 days does show nice conditions. well through the 4th of july and even into next week to there's really not a whole lot of change going on here. daytime highs at or warmest inland in the upper 80's to low 90's. most of us, though, in the 70's right along the bay and 60's closer to the coast. john, they were that we are tracking your commute on this friday morning. for the most part we've been light here. >> if you're leaving your house right now from the east bay headed to the city a little under 9 minutes to make it to that fremont street exit heading across towards the peninsula at no issues or delays under 40 minutes for your drive time there. richmond sandra fell can be pretty light as well under 8 minutes as you're traveling at a richmond. we'll have more throughout the morning. but for now, daryn, james, back to
you. thanks a lot of 5.47. let's get back to one of the big stories which is the rescue efforts still underway now in florida trying to find any signs of life in the condo that collapsed. but there are afraid about it being unstable now in the rest of the building. the death toll is officially at 18. 145, more people are listed as missing. president biden traveled to florida and he talked with families and first responders kareen wynter has the latest. >> the whole nation is mourning with these families. they see every day on television. they're going through. >> president biden and first lady visited the devastated community. the meeting with morning family members and first responders who worked tirelessly in their search for victims still trapped beneath the rubble. at least 18 people died in this disaster with more than a 100 still missing. the president also met with florida governor ron desantis and the mayor of miami dade county pledging his
administration isn't going anywhere and that he believes the federal government has the power to pick up 100% of the cost for search efforts in cleanup urging local officials to call on washington for federal assistance there's also in addition to state and local assistance to determine. >> the cause of this collapse. the adjacent buildings. how safe they are. this is an unprecedented just devastating disaster online. >> see that shocked the world and the fact that we've all come together is what gives us hope. the miami dade fire rescue chief describing an incredible moment during their operations where they heard what appeared to be signs of life. but we did here on it will and they were searching for. >> a female voice is what we heard from her for several hours and eventually we didn't hear a voice anymore. now that search efforts have resumed governor desantis said the operations won't stop until every victim beneath the debris is accounted for. you know what we just need now is need a little bit a lot. >> need a little bit of prayers >> you know, we would like to
be able yet to to see some miracles happen. >> time is 5.49 a 30 year-old woman and an 8 year-old girl are in critical condition. now after the 2 were shot in vallejo. it happened in front of a church wednesday night at about 1045 police chiefs there believes or family members and he along with members of angeles temple fellowship center say that the city has been plagued by gun violence. >> it's devastating. really is all this could soon be going on and period is heartbreaking. we grew up in we were born and raised here. >> leah police chief said sean shawny williams says that the shooting followed a deadly shooting about 2 hours earlier. unclear right now if the 2 incidents are related, but they are investigating. >> another big story in alameda county. sheriff's sergeant is being investigated after he played a toy. a taylor swift song on his phone to prevent an interaction with
himself and protesters from being recorded and published. he believed that the song would cause a copyright issue and would prevent it from being uploaded to you too. the group was outside the elevated co courthouse in oakland listening to the pretrial hearing of san leandro police officer jason fletcher fletcher accused of wrongfully shooting and killing steven taylor who was a man was having mental health crisis in a walmart. the sergeant asked the group to move their banners. >> this is what else they say. unfortunately was not the end of that and less than a minute later, the officers came back and told us that banners couldn't be on the stair wells of our job is to protect free speech to protect the right to protest. and i think that is not a good look at this video for us. the onetime issue and will not be a problem before. >> you can see the in the he had displayed at the sharjah shows his name tag right there on the camera says de shelby the sheriff's office is investigating as supervisors
announced as a starter for the all-star game last hour later this month. but on the field, the giants and they got to a rough start in arizona. the diamondbacks really did gain the lead in the 4th inning. look back after that. in the end the giants went down in defeat 5 to 3. the final. >> came to the series is tonight at 6.40, the giants still, though, holding on to the lead in the nl west. over at the coliseum. not a good outing for the a's either. they were facing the texas rangers, the rangers you're basically income and football game show is only got on the board in a panic and losing 3 was the final score will be hosting the red sox tonight first pitch 6.40. >> time now is 5.55 let's talk niners couple of players from the past are being honored wide receiver. john taylor at linebacker patrick willis are the newest members now of the forty-niners hall of fame taylor is a 3 time super bowl champ. he played with the niners from 1986 to 95 looking at kids. here's some
highlights from his playing days with joe montana back in the day. patrick willis, retired just in 2015 after 8 seasons. he was the 2007 defensive rookie of the year. a 6 time. all pro player and 7 time pro bowler and both of them talked about what it means to be recognized by the team. >> can't explain to be on its own. just to be associated. or like you said, be put in that category with those players. probably won't see again all the way into and >> everything. but, you know, i'm just truly and grateful to. >> you know, get that >> you know, >> as for the team, the niners are getting ready now for training camp. a starts this month before the start of the regular season in september. >> coming up in the next hour, the kron 00:00am morning news is expected to be the biggest travel weekends since the beginning of the pandemic.
we're live at sfo with everything you need to know before you head out. and more people buying their own fireworks to celebrate this weekend which is going to be a problem not only in the firefighting front, the medical front to doctors are warning about severe injuries that seemed to spike when people start using illegal fireworks for the 4th. this unplugged device is protecting our beautiful coastlines and more. put off chores and use less energy from 4 to 9 pm to help keep our state golden.
>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the 4 morning news at 6. >> happy friday to you. thanks for hanging with us. i'm darya folsom. and i'm james fletcher does not just any friday. it's the friday before the 4th of july weekend. so a lot of folks are probably planning on either doing some things we can or getting out of town to day. >> yeah. yeah. i think if you're thinking about, say 3 in the afternoon today. bright idea is not your company. so try to head up before noon. at least that's what the stats say. tell us. absolutely. let's find a kind of weather we have in store, though, for the weekend. good morning, guys. yeah, maybe a calmer morning. but it is your afternoon. i think that's probably going to be the case, at least for drivers, though be. >> enjoying some of the sunshine that will get this afternoon. as y u may be waiting in that holiday traffic this morning. conditions out there on the gray side much as we've gotten used to so far this week looking out there at our cameras situated in san francisco. you can see the low clouds that are sitting over head visibility is fine fo