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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at 7. >> good morning. thanks for joining us here on this saturday. july 10th. i'm noelle bellow. we have a lot to get to this morning. want to get you started off looking at your weather forecast because it's going to be another hot one here across the bay area. dave sphar has all the details for us. hey, dave. hey, good morning. well, good morning, everybody. and we're going to be roasting big-time today. probably the and the bunch of there are some little nuances that have changed overnight. a touch complements of some of that fog, which was nice to see. >> the came streaming back on
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in and also to some of the afternoon winds might to help you folks around the delta little bit as well. right now we start things off with what does it look like. east bay shoreline all lit up already. as you can see, the fog is pretty much lifted from this perspective. then the golden gate bridge. it's usually the last along the bunch in order to get clear about some morning drizzle with all of this. and again, that some nice relief and that will be insulating to some degree even this afternoon. san francisco the coast in a little bit along the east bay shoreline which the map reflects here excessive heat warning going on. that's the areas in red. you see the oranges or advisory and that does include the santa clara valley. sometimes you folks are not involved in these. but you're in this one and also to the santa cruz mountains, excessive heat warning. that is that will be until 11:00pm on sundays for the day to get through all of this as well. so with the overnight recovery, if you will. we've got the 50's going on for much of the perimeter of the bay. you can see the greens making their way across the delta so that marine layer pushed its way on east a little bit spilled into the sacramento valley. it looks like a touch.
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and for comparison. sake were a few degrees behind this time from yesterday. but we'll make up for this afternoon. who there we go, 91 by 11, 2, one. '03, very common to see the triple digits east to the east bay hills off the contra. costa county solano county as well. we'll have more details in your forecast in just a bit. noel. thanks, dave. that triple digit heat across the bay area has led to cal iso extending its power alert through the weekend. >> with temperatures expected in the triple digits again today californians are being asked to conserve energy kron four's, camila barco joins us live from contra, costa county this morning with more details. corning camila. >> good morning, noel. so yeah, we know it's going to be today. and those hot temperatures are going to want to keep people inside to stay cool. but that also means people are going to see and that's exactly what officials are asking you to not do as it could have a negative effect.
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>> on the state's power grid. instead, officials are asking you to do your part and conserve power to keep the state's power grid stable. if too many people use electricity, it strains the power grid. and as a result, could cause power outages or rolling blackouts. now the california independent system operators is using multiple tools to help keep the grid stable. last week. they put out a solicitation for generators on the west coast to obtain additional resources. cal iso is also working with businesses to reduce their electricity consumption, consumption at critical times. power alert, also known as a flex alert is in effect for the sec will be in effect for the second day in a row, today's power alert will be in effect between 4 in the afternoon and 09:00pm this means people must conserve energy during these times and these are some of the best ways to save power. set your thermostat to 78 degrees or higher, try not to use major appliances use fans instead of a c to cool down unplug on
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use, electrical items and turn off any unnecessary lights out. call. cal iso said people listen to the warnings and conserve energy. yesterday. it helped keep the power grid. stable and they're looking for to people doing the same thing today. noel, back to you. >> camila. is it already pretty warm out there. >> i will say actually, it's the perfect temperature to, you know, do your errands and take a walk. so right now it's the it's the warm up before it gets too okay. if people are awake right now, you might want to head to the store now catch those cooler temperatures before it gets warmer. check in with you again. >> in the next hour. see how much it heats up there. we're going to continue to track the heat wave on our kron. 4 app uses qr code to download the app and get the latest weather updates there. >> that includes a look at the 7 day forecast, the current conditions and a list of some cooling centers that are opening up around the bay area.
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>> that not only are we being asked to conserve power. but we're also dealing with the drought. governor gavin newsome asking all of us to reduce our water consumption by 15% as well. kron four's phillipe djegal has more on ways to conserve your water. >> on average. the east bay municipal utility district says single-family customers use about 250 gallons of water per day. that number can vary based on where you live and the size of your lot. but if you consume 250 gallons of water on a daily basis. a 15% reduction amounts to 37 and a half gallons of water are asking folks to be efficient and watering their landscaping. >> to find and repair leaks and to be mindful of their indoor water. use a good place to start is the toilet older models can use up to 5 gallons per flush newer high efficiency toilets use about 1.2 gallons per flush. >> by installing a high efficiency toilet. the state
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says a household can save 19 gallons per person each day. if there are multiple people in your home. you can achieve the 15% goal by upgrading the toilet alone keeping showers under 5 minutes can also save 12 and a half gallons for a shower when using water efficient shower heads. we all shaved one minute off our showers every day. collectively, we saved 2 million gallons a day of water. so there's little choice is that we all make every day. those really do add up when we're working together as a community, avoid washing dishes by hand. if you have a dishwasher, you can also save around 4 gallons of water per day. if you wash only loads. >> as for laundry east bay, muds, water conservation manager alice to he says by properly using load size settings reducing the number of loads by using full loads. only and replacing the standard washer with a high efficiency model, you can save up to 25 gallons of water per day. as for the outdoors, she
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does not recommend letting your lawn guy just limit the frequency. it gets water to 3 times per week. if you have folks that are, you know, watering their lawn every day. and, you know, potentially using like a 100 or more gallons a day to water their lawn. >> just reducing the number of days that you water can have a big impact on your water. lastly, check for leaks around the house. this could potentially save hundreds of gallons of water per day. >> believe that all kron 4 news. >> coming up here on the kron 4 morning news growing concerns over the rise in covid cases as one bay area county sees its deadliest week and the last 4 months. plus growing confusion over whether vaccinated people will soon need to get a booster shot. we have more on what the cdc
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can be seen breaking into jeffrey's diamonds and goldsmiths. an alarm went off when they came inside, but it did not stop those burglars. they stole up to $250,000 worth of jewelry store owner says this is the 4th time the campbell location has been hit by burglars in the last 5 years. pushing high temperatures today into the triple digits for a lot of those inland valleys. i even as we approach around noon, plenty of 90's to be had as well. it's going to be hot again for tomorrow. but today is the really big day. you want to watch, particularly in the mid afternoon going. take a look at that. roasting forecast is next.
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>> 7.14 here on this saturday morning. and the golden gate ferry is resuming regular weekend services between san francisco and the north bay today service to and from san francisco, larkspur and sausalito will resume with several trips throughout the day on saturdays and sundays golden gate ferry suspended its weekend service during the pandemic due to a decrease in demand. but officials say demand has increased ever since the state reopened on june 15th just like on all public transit masks are still required for ferry passengers. i have a feeling that with all of these warm temperatures. we're seeing this weekend. a lot of people are going to want to get on the ferry. it's
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time for another check of our forecast. dave it's going to get into the triple digits in some spots. yeah. it is a fair doesn't sound bad either. maybe telling the say, hey, let's take a stop at alcatraz island just hang out there in place you can hide from the heat today or just along the coastline. good and everybody. >> this is a live look, we have the east bay shoreline. it's already been opened up to the sunshine at we shake off that morning. well fog and even some coastal drizzle going on to. we're going to repeat that again for tomorrow. but all that tells you is, hey, that marine layer was back again to say don't count me out just yet. we do have bit of an onshore flow that will be part of the program today to walk to the winds in just a bit. golden gate bridge kind of blocked by a lot of this fog as well to see the last stop along the journey. so we're still on tap for everything we've been talking about here, temperature check right now. we've got 50's around the perimeter of the bay. you go inland and other in the 6075 antioch not wasting any time 50's up to the north bay and 6 to san jose. a yeah. quite
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warm already. but at least we had a little relief from that marine layer coming in overnight. so a check with the future cast here. and it's seeing this afternoon. we'll still see the flare up of some scattered showers, even thunder showers up in the sierra little bit today, tomorrow morning. here comes back that marine layer coastal drizzle in all that mixes out typical. and still the flaring up of some afternoon thunder showers sometimes with one of these highs which we kind of have in our neighborhood here that sometimes can shut off a little bit of that afternoon thunder shower activity depending up. it's situated just right. but it's not this go around. so we are lay able to sneak in some of those afternoon thunder showers. ok, surface winds. it's typical to get those onshore winds in the afternoon. but they are muted today we go all the way up to 45. and we're not seeing relatively as much action or as much as we'll see tomorrow. but then late in the afternoon, early evening, boom. the winds are kick in a little bit. not a whole lot here, but they'll get a little bit of a breeze going. so if you're located in the right spot that you tend to get those afternoon evening. a
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breezy conditions off in the east bay here come some of that relief tomorrow afternoon. you can see it starts a little bit earlier and it's a little bit more aggressive. hinting that the heat wave is starting to crack and break a little bit. so we'll get some wind relief, at least coming in the right direction and the late afternoon and the evening hours. so heat advisory warning. you've heard a lot about it except the east bay shoreline san francisco. and obviously the coast, then tomorrow we're still hot with some minor relief. we're going to shave off maybe half a dozen degrees or so. and then for next week. we're talking of cooler temperatures and we mean in a big way. you're going to see a big difference here. they temperatures 70's and 80's going on here. inland era, rather 80's even inland. so it's going to be a nice little relief here. so for today, 73 san francisco 83 going on for oakland. 94 san jose. some earlier forecasts had san francisco a little higher in some of the charts going on here. they've shaved that down a little bit because of that. aggressive marine layer. way to go marine layer
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one. '08, for antioch. unconquered still very toasty. one of 6 up to livermore. to santa rosa again around the bay. again, not not in that when a heat advisory, we've got a lot of 80's lined up there in my papa 90 here and there. course, we'll have the 4 zone forecast coming up for you. that and also check that extended noel. i somehow think safe. >> health leaders in sonoma county are expressing some concern over rising covid-19 cases. the county reported 5 new virus-related deaths on friday, making it the deadliest week since early march. dozens of people at a homeless shelter in santa rosa have also tested positive for the new delta variant kron four's. dan thorn has the latest. >> despite making good progress on their vaccination campaign. sonoma county continues to be threatened by covid-19 county leaders say there's been a recent increase in cases and hospitalizations and there remains a significant risk to people who have not been vaccinated. >> what's important to
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emphasize nearly all of our recent covid cases, hospitalizations and deaths. well, i'm vaccinated individual. >> county public health officer doctor son darren mays briefed residents about 5 new covid-19 deaths on friday. 4 of the 5 were unvaccinated. but one was fully vaccinated. doctor may says the man was over the age of 90 and had preexisting conditions putting him already at great risk what's becoming increasingly concerning is seeing new cases and positivity rates doubling in the county hospitalizations have also grown to worrisome numbers. >> the currently up 44 individual not full of covid, including 13 in the icu. the high number of patients. the february as of friday. 25 1% of sonoma county's population have not received a single dose. the recent surge may encourage the unvaccinated to get a shot. the numbers trending in the wrong direction. >> we know the pandemic it will take. not people getting
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vaccinated to herd immunity of said all along the course of the pandemic. >> reporting in san francisco, dan thorn kron 4 news. >> well, dozens upon dozens of aftershocks have been recorded following yesterday's magnitude 6 earthquake in the ley, which is near the california-nevada border. now despite shaking being felt all the way over here in the bay area. there were no messages from the usgs shake alert early warning system that system is designed to alert people seconds before the shaking. so they can potentially take cover. the usgs says we didn't get anything, though, because the system is still a work in progress. and it did not sense the earthquakes properly. >> sensors. we're not sufficient and dance to properly. ok and determine the magnitude of the earthquake. had this system, correct characterize the magnitude 6 earthquake and put it in the right location would have
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alerted a much larger area than it did. >> scientists say they're constantly working to improve the system and they do expect it to be more reliable over time. there are plans to build more sensors in the rural areas of the state. but that's going to take at least 2 years still ahead here on the kron 4 morning news the san francisco giants looking to improve the best record in the majors as they get ready for the all-star break. sports is next.
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with 24/7 roadside assistance. -okay. think i'm gonna wear these home. -excellent choice. >> and now kron 4 sports. >> san francisco holds the best record in baseball just days before the all-star break hosting the washington nationals and those giants players came out with some swagger. let's take a look. they were there. special edition city connect jerseys with the golden gate bridge on the sleeves. logan webb on the bump for the giants and this was a close one. the game all tied up at 3 in the bottom of the 5th. no one on for darin ruf. he sends this fall for right to left center. that is gone. the giants take the lead for 3. he was 2 for 4 with 2 rbi and he was added to the lineup at the very last minute replacing lamont wade lot of the 7th now wilmer flores drives one. here he goes. that one. also to left center and that one also gone flores solo
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shot as an insurance run giants take the lead. 5, 3 and that would be the final score oakland taking on the rangers at globe. life park in arlington the a's got on the board. first on top of the 6th jed lowrie at the plate manages to get this one through center of the single scores. matt chapman a's go up 2 zip, but that score didn't last long. sadly, bottom of the 6th. not a great ending for a starter, cole irvin. first he hit a batter. you'll see it here ouch. he also gave up 3 singles, including this one. to center by andy ibanez, the rangers takes the lead. 3, 2 in the 6th. urban got yanked shortly after. but oakland couldn't get anything going on offense from there. they stranded 3 runners in the 7th 3, 2 rangers the final score, the usa men's basketball team is getting down to business las vegas. the war zone draymond green among the stars that will suit up. they're about to start a series of
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international friendlies ahead of the olympic games and they'll be up against a familiar face. team usa will take on nigeria, which is led by warriors assistant coach mike brown. this is brown's first time as head coach of the dea tigers. he told me during an interview several months ago that obviously the goal is to get nigeria on the podium. but even more than that, he saw. this is a chance to help grow the game in africa with be able to give back to an african country. >> we just gave me a feeling inside that it's hard to describe. and then after biting into it and meeting the people. >> and being around the program and trying to uplift and build the program. i'm i'm passionate about the staying in. this is brought so for more excitement it with any job that i've had at any time in my career. >> well, steph curry decided not to compete in the olympics. he's been staying busy this week. you can find all 3 kareem and playing in the american century championship in south lake tahoe not bad by steph there.
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stephens father, dell and brother seth curry are among the field of 88 celebrity golfers who teed off to raise money for charity. the currys even showed up and showed out in matching does its wayne suggested can wait suggested they should auction those off. i love that idea. all 3 of these guys are obviously talented. you could argue stephens the stroke on the basketball court. but who's the best of the golf course. so far it looks like staff has the edge there, too. he finished round one 6 overall in the lead amongst the curries and no surprise this competitive family had to put a little wager on the tournaments. the loser has to go swimming. >> a judicious. so we're keeping theosame well, problem is you've got to jump in with a golf clothes maybe even drive home and asked to be part of what it prior fresh. we've got a nice little handicap system. make everybody. >> competitive a lot of golf left. so we'll see. >> i can't imagine growing up in the curry family. i think steph will be safe and dry, though, alright, that does it
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that's providing ever so minor relief. but it's going to be roasting just about everywhere going on today, but the beach is about the one place. >> you can avoid some of this going on here. right now we're taking care of the fog. we've done a very nice job of that from the shot from u c berkeley. there's the east bay shoreline all lit up above quite a bit of the way and some fog. the second nature show here. the atmosphere is comprised one 5th item talks engine and this will mix out for us pretty quickly. here is the excessive heat business we've been talking about. here's a look at the map. the reds indicate excessive heat warning. this is until 11 o'clock on sunday. the oranges are for heat advisory census goes not in the east bay but the santa cruz mountains you're also looking at that excessive heat warning too. and again, this will be with us until 11 o'clock tomorrow. the current winds or other kind of a hodgepodge a little bit. but there is a bit around the delta that's providing some minor relief, but it will be plenty hot around solano county and the contra costa county as well currently now
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we're at 75 for antioch police. we've got some 60's going on there. valais 58 along with oakland so that feels good, at least to start the day. lots of greens on the map breaking the day down for you in 91 at 11 o'clock by 2 at one. '03. a lot of triple digit numbers to get to. we're going to have that in your 4 zone forecast. but you'll be surprised in the seven-day because things will be changing into next week. well. thanks, dave. >> the fda is refusing pfizer's authorization request for a 3rd shot of its covid-19 vaccine pfizer plans to seek authorization for a booster dose in august saying it would provide better protection against the delta variant. but in a joint statement, both the fda and the cdc say americans do not need boosters yet. it's not up to walk up to companies alone to decide when they might be needed. >> this is science and motion and there's always going to be debate about the best way to proceed and trying to predict
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the future. as we've already noted over the last 16 months of this epidemic is really hard and so continuing to be active in taking proactively about how to prevent this going forward is really important. >> pfizer says they're also developing a new version of the vaccine to target the delta strain specifically they expect to launch clinical trials for that next month. a big story we're following this morning. pediatricians are encouraging parents to consider getting their children who are eligible vaccinated against covid-19 right now. that way they'll have full protection from the virus by the time the school year starts in the fall. many school districts are making plans for a return to in-person learning and infectious disease. experts say the science shows it is safe as long as there are proper safety protocols in place. >> vaccinating 12 to 29 year olds will 70,000 infections over 4500 hospitalizations and
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a 30 to 40 every year in that age group. >> pfizer is the only vaccine right now that's approved for use in children. ages 12 through 18. the company has applied for emergency use in children under the age of 12. but the fda is not expected to review that application until the fall. now, according to new cdc guidelines released friday students who are vaccinated will not have to wear masks in school this fall. however, they will be required here in california. kron four's, maureen kelly explains why. >> while many vaccinated students and teachers around the country will likely be heading inside their classrooms with their faces bear. those here in all california. k through 12 schools will have to keep covered up for now even if they've gotten their shots. that's because the cdc also said today that masks should stay up inside if schools cannot maintain a distance of at least 3 feet between desks
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and the state's public health department says they are not recommending physical distancing because of the hurdles that would present to california schools fully reopening the county superintendent of schools for contra. costa is on board with the state's decision. i really do think it really highlights the importance of in-person learning. i think in person learning. >> is the best models benefits young people the most. and so this really allows for everybody to come back fully into the classroom. the principal of hercules middle school says the state's decision to keep up with the mask-wearing inside schools makes things a little more simple. specially has only kids 12 and up are eligible for their shots. everybody is wearing a mask. it's easy to see who's not. and you have to worry about i know that for a lot of us were ready to have the masks off whenever and wherever possible. >> so sure that will cause some challenges to. but again, it's just an opportunity to get students back and make sure we get back to doing our
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our main purpose which is educating students. the parents. i talked to picking up their kids from summer school or fine with the idea of keeping the mask requirement in place. the virus is still out there. >> now, even though june 15. came and went still don't get too comfortable because it's going to happen all over again. the california department of public health says they are continuing to review with the cdc just released and says they plan to release more state guidance for k through 12 schools on monday. maureen kelly kron 4 news. the california teachers association did release a statement on the state's decision. it reads in part, quote, we urge local school districts to use school sites as community vaccination centers and to continue working with educators. parents and the school community and developing safety protocols. >> coming up here on the kron 4 morning news a judge is getting set to make a big decision that could impact governor newsom's recall election. we've got the details after the break.
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counter and limiting noncompete agreements that block employees from taking better jobs done for one reason. >> to keep wages. but years from the computer and communications industry association argues over regulation could backfire and stop innovation. that's why we see higher quality, lower prices more innovation. it's because companies are trying to best their competitors. if regulators come along and say stop doing that, the consumer is going to lose. >> president biden's executive order focuses quite a bit on big tech companies by, for example, more closely scrutinizing murders, including murders that have already happened reporting in washington. alexandra limon. >> and we're looking at the probably in the week day fun show we've got temperatures 100 plus in the far east bay and up there to solano county even up in the north bay too. a look at your 4 zone forecast and that extended with some relief and they're called for a morning news continues.
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>> 7.44 here on this saturday morning. and a new list is out to detailing the states with the rudest drivers and hey, we're number one personal finances company bank-rate created a rude driving score based on general poor driving
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patterns and california led the pack nevada came in second followed by florida oregon and new mexico. dave is giggling over there. you can see there's over a driver i'm well, hey, we're number like to swerve i got the all right. so i cousin new york it so common here. i move the media, thank you. okay. all you're with the east bay shoreline here. it's all lit up. nicely like this. we have the blue skies in place and so forth except around the golden gate bridge. that's a problem area. we can also see the fog going on, too, from above. so this is going to mix out for us. obviously around those sensitive areas and thank goodness it here. we've got a little bit of morning drizzle going on this morning in it also leaked off into the delta that to, you know, with an onshore wind. >> those winds will return again today. another going to
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be muted because they have this high in place. and with all these hot temperatures going on. and this is a very muted response. but hey, it's going to be in the late afternoon into the evening. we'll get a bit of that breeze coming in. so that's a good news. we like the arrows pointing in this direction for contrast. say what does it look like tomorrow. well, looks a little better as we get the winds a little stronger going on. better coverage and you'll notice temperatures are slightly down from that. however, it's still going to be hot again tomorrow and all those advisories and such are still all in place. let's take a look at the wide perspective, the things we actually cool down. it looks like into much of next week. it's towards the end of things are kind of interesting. it's still a little bit early in the season perhaps. but look to the southeast of us and you see the bubbling up occurring. this is kind of the direction that the monsoon comes in from. we don't have a lot of pain and activity around here. this can be a concern because elevation thunderstorms with that. and if it goes through dry air that can be problematic. but that's way upstream there. we don't know yet. all right. for your 4
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zone forecast for this saturday. the hottest in the bunch. we'll try 73 san francisco golden gate park at about 70 mission district 74, you'll get that afternoon breeze. so that will help a little bit there along the got some upper 60's around 70 going on for half moon bay. so still mild. when you see 70's there, you know, it's pretty warm 88 burlingame heading down south. we've got 90's, don't you bet. 9 teeth. 94 palo alto redwood city about 93 santa clara valley. you are in a heat advisory this go around. look at the hundreds popping from oregon hill. also los gatos meanwhile, 94 for san jose cupertino 95 milpitas 92 east bay shoreline might see a couple 90's pop here will keep in the upper 80's on balance tri valley. you're 100 plus one. '05, pleasanton dublin, even one. '02. one. '07, walnut creek, for concord. yeah. we're kind of hoping a little bit of that action to the delta may be you reach one. '08, and then you get those winds and put bring it down quickly 81 for
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berkeley delay 78 nice to be near the water. one. '05, for fairfield 98 for napa sonoma. one '02 in santa rosa at one '02, 2, even sandra fell might reach the today 95 1 from mill valley. 7 day forecast hot today. a slight reduction tomorrow. kind of a good rule of thumb. maybe happen. doesn't agrees take off. look at them fall throughout the week. we still hold on to the 90's early part of the week inland but into the lower 80's by thursday east bay shoreline will be falling into the 60's and lower 70's at the coastal do the lower 60's there is really the feel-good july. well, thanks, dave. taking a look across the nation. grim news out of surfside, florida this morning. the death toll from the condo collapse is now at 8646 people are still unaccounted for among the confirmed dead. a 3 year-old boy and family members of paraguay's first lady. >> the painstaking search for survivors shifted to a recovery effort on wednesday after authorities said there was no chance of life and the
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wreckage. the recall election of governor gavin newsome heated up at the state capitol with a courtroom showdown at issue is whether governor newsome can identify as a democrat on the recall ballot. >> but he missed a legal deadline to do so. months ago that secretary of state shirley weber has refused to allow newsome to add his party preference saying that she's following state law, newsom then filed a lawsuit to have that decision overturned caitlyn jenner who is running against newsom in the recall election. announced she's also weighing in on the lawsuit while newsom is downplaying the entire issue. jenner says she wants to support secretary weather. >> i want transparency i want people to see what's happening up here in sacramento. and i just want to be part of this lawsuit. so that. shirley weber doesn't poll. she actually does her job. >> it's a legal proceeding and i just don't have i haven't
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really focused on it and i don't have much to say. >> newsom's team says leaving the governor's party affiliation off the ballot would deprive voters of critical information when they vote in the september recall election. the judge in the case is expected to make a decision on monday. now, the house of representatives is considering taking up another voting rights bill has several republican led states continue to push to toughen their voting laws. our washington correspondent kellie meyer has the very latest on the voting rights push on capitol hill. the house is set to take up a 3rd voting rights bill this summer. a response to the supreme court's most recent decision really set voting rights back north carolina. democratic congresswoman deborah ross as the high court's decision to uphold arizona's voting restrictions will make it harder for minorities to vote the supreme court decision last week was a blow of.
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>> indescribable civil rights groups met at the white house thursday pressing the administration to do more to protect voting rights democracy is on vigorous. >> this and sinister attacks. 18 states have already enacted new voting laws 26 are debating new measures here on capitol hill, federal voting rights legislation is at a standstill last month. senate republicans blocked an election reform bill saying it infringed on states rights to conduct their own elections. i think that's a states issue. republicans say they want to strengthen voting integrity in the wake of the 2020 election and former president donald trump's false claim of massive voter fraud. democrats are investing 25 million dollars to fight back against gop efforts. vice president kamala harris said friday this issue should be a nonpartisan issue next week. president joe biden will head to philadelphia, pennsylvania to share actions. his administration is planning to take reporting in washington. i'm kelly meyer. we'll be right back after the we'll be right back after the break.
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branson. i'll be evaluating the customer spaceflight experience. and with the posting of this twitter video it's official of going to space billionaire business mogul. richard branson. >> we'll be launching himself into the final frontier. it will be his maiden voyage aboard his virgin galactic rocket which will blast off from new mexico desert sunday morning. i've always been a my momftold me to never give up. >> and to reach for the stars. >> only the 4th mission for virgin galactic. it's a short flight. the entire experience lasting about 10 minutes with 3 minutes of weightlessness. branson will travel 55 miles, which is considered to be the edge of space and his journey hasn't been without hefty competition. >> changes your relationship with this planet, with humanity. it's one earth amazon ceo and blue origin founder jeff bezos announcing his space launch for july 20th
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alongside him will be his firefighter brother. mark really want to come with me. would you are you serious. and i think would be meaningful and say, hey, that was the best thing that ever happened to and 82 year-old pilot wally funk, one of the mercury 13 women who completed astronaut training in 1961 but never made it to space. >> after basis announced his flight branson reportedly expedited his. both of these launches signifying the beginnings of space tourism virgin galactic currently has more than 600 civilian reservations in the pipeline. that was markie. martin reporting for us. those reservations. she's talking about selling for. >> 250 $1000. still ahead here on the next hour of kron 4 morning news. the power alert has been extended for california. what it means for people in the bay area. >> coming up in a live report. plus, sad news out of the south child has died after
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being hit by a car. what we're learning about that accident this morning and the south, a jewelry store targeted by thieves for the 4th time in the last 5 years. it was all caught on camera. stick with us. kron 4 morning news us. kron 4 morning news continues after the break. triple bacon chee... how's that song coming along? that's for me? oh no, you're making music, i don't want to get in your way. oh c'mon man. oh. hang on a second. my triple bacon cheesy jack combo. only at jack in the box.
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station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news. >> good saturday morning to you. thanks for joining us here on the kron 4 morning news. i'm noelle bellow. it is july 10th and we're seeing some triple digit heat across the bay area today. dave spahr has got all the details for us. dave, it's warming up pretty quickly here. yeah, it good morning well, good morning, everybody. and a little bit that marine layer checked in with its pal, the fog and that help to give us some relief cooling this morning also of a coastal drizzle going onto, but temperatures will be soaring into the afternoon live shot to show the fog still in place. half moon, bay. >> it's going to stay like this all day. but just to start things off that fog clouds in the morning. also hovering around the golden gate bridge. but they pretty much maxed out elsewhere. so therefore we have excessive heat warning going on for you see the red a heat advisory for the oranges and it does include the south bay this go around now around the perimeter of the bay. you have relief and also the santa cruz mountains had that excessive
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heat warning to also up in the north bay got a lot of real estate covered by the excessive heat advisory temperatures again will be jumping up beyond 100 degrees and this will be with us through sunday afternoon although sunday will be not as bad as today. 75 for got a lot of 60's. you can see in the interior areas of the east bay also up in some of those crevices up in the north bay as well. but for comparison sake raksha little cooler this morning. then yesterday fairfield trailing almost a dozen degrees there and don't worry, we'll make up for lost time this afternoon's 96 by high noon anland. one. '05, by the mid afternoon, which by that time, particularly off in the east bay will probably start to see the winds kicking up again coming in from the west. that's a good location to give you some minor relief into the evening hours. got your full for a full forecast coming up in just a bit. well. >> thanks, dave. those dangerously high temperatures have led to cal iso extending its power alert through the weekend with temperatures expected in the triple digits
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again today californians are being asked to conserve energy kron four's camila barco is live in contra, costa county this morning with more details camila. >> yes. and while it's going to be sizzling today and those hot temperatures are going to want to keep people indoors to stay cool. but that also means people are going to blast the ac and that's what officials are asking people not to do as it could have a negative effect on the state's power grid. instead, officials want people to conserve their power. and this way it keeps the state's power grid stable. if too many people use electricity, it stains strains the power grid. and as a result could cause power outages or rolling blackouts. now the california independent system operator is using multiple tools to help keep the great stable. last week they put out a solicitation for generators on the west coast to obtain additional resources. well, i i i so is also working with businesses to reduce their electricity
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consumption at critical times. a power alert also knows known as a flex alert will be in effect for the second day in a row that power alert will run between 4 in the afternoon and 9 p on today. this means people must conserve energy during these times and these are some ways to save power. set your thermostat to 78 degrees or higher trying not to use major appliances, use fans instead of a c to cool down unplug any unused electrical items and turn off unnecessary lights now cop how isis said people listen to the warnings and conserve their energy. yesterday on that helped keep the state's power grid stable. they're hoping it happens again today. back to you. alright camila, thank you for that live report. we are going to continue to track the heat wave on our kron 4 app. just use this qr code that you see on your screen. >> to download that app and get the latest weather updates. that includes a look at the 7 day forecast current conditions and a list of
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cooling centers open around the bay area. >> well, not only are we being asked to conserve power. but we're also dealing with a drought right now. governor gavin newsom is asking all of us to reduce our water consumption as well. >> by 15%. kron four's phillipe djegal has more on ways to conserve your water. use. >> on average. the east bay municipal utility district says single-family customers use about 250 gallons of water per day. that number can vary based on where you live and the size of your lot. but if you can soon 250 gallons of water on a daily basis. a 15% reduction amounts to 37 and a half gallons of water are asking folks to be efficient and watering their landscaping. >> to find and repair leaks and to be mindful of their indoor water. use a good place to start is the toilet older models can use up to 5 gallons per flush newer high efficiency toilets use about
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1.2 gallons per flush. >> by installing a high efficiency toilet. the state says a household can save 19 gallons per person each day. if there are multiple people in your home. you can achieve the 15% goal by upgrading the toilet alone keeping showers under 5 minutes can also save 12 and a half gallons for a shower when using water efficient shower heads. we all shaved one minute off our showers every day. collectively, we saved 2 million gallons a day of water. so there's little choices that we all make every day. those really do add up when we're working together as a community avoid washing dishes by hand. if you have a dishwasher, you can also save around 4 gallons of water per day. if you wash only loads. >> as for laundry east bay, muds, water conservation manager alice to he says by properly using load size settings reducing the number of loads by using full loads. only and replacing the standard washer with a high
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efficiency model, you can save up to 25 gallons of water per day. as for the outdoors, she does not recommend letting your lawn guy just limit the frequency. it gets water to 3 times per week. if you have folks that are, you know, watering their lawn every day. and, you know, potentially using like a 100 or more gallons a day to water their lawn. >> just reducing the number of days that you water can have a big impact on your water. lastly, check for leaks around the house. this could potentially save hundreds of gallons of water per day. >> believe that all kron 4 news. >> another big story we are following out of the south bay. a child has died after being hit by a car in san jose. it happened yesterday evening in the area of camden avenue and kuz or road. police say the child was taken to a local hospital with life threatening injuries and unfortunately did not survive. this is some video of the scene. police say the driver stayed on scene and is cooperating with investigators. a spokesperson
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tells us it does not appear the driver was under the influence. also in the south bay, jewelry store in campbell was burglarized early friday morning. it was all caught on camera. look at this. the thieves can be seen breaking into jeffrey's diamonds and goldsmiths an alarm went off when the burglars came inside, but it did not stop them. they stole up to $250,000 worth of jewelry. the store owner says this is the 4th time the campbell location has been hit by burglars in the last 5 years. coming up here on the kron 00:00am morning news talking coronavirus growing concerns over the rising covid cases as one bay area county sees its deadliest week in the last 4 months. >> plus growing confusion over whether vaccinated people will soon need a booster shot here with the cdc and the fda have to say about it this morning. and after the break, if your fridge is on the fritz. good luck getting a new one any
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>> welcome back. there is another pandemic, induced shortage gripping the united states appliances. if you're in the market for anything from a new stove, refrigerator. experts say you should prepare to wait months for it to be delivered. there's a few reasons for this mainly a shortage of supplies and a lack of workers. many people who once played an important role in the supply
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chain decided not to come back once the stay at home order was lifted. >> one of the manufacturers told yesterday that 56,000 truck drivers did not renew their application right trucks for next year. it takes about 8 to 10,000 truck drivers to unload one container ship. she just taken 5 full container ships or worth of labor off the market. >> while many of the smart appliances are in especially short supply right now because of a microchip shortage that's been going on for months. analysts say there's no sign these shortages will let up any time soon, dave. hopefully you don't need any know. accept cnn during some of that going on. >> this the breakdown we see going on today by high noon. well, in the business, the 90's for those inland valleys. popping beyond 100 into the afternoon. >> only thing to help out as an afternoon. late afternoon breeze going on forecast next. keep it here.
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>> welcome back. 8.14 here on this saturday morning in the golden gate ferry is resuming regular weekend services between san francisco and the north bay today service to and from san francisco, larkspur and sausalito will resume with several trips throughout the day on saturdays and sundays. now golden gate ferry suspended weekend service during the pandemic, of course, due to a decrease in
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demand. but officials say demand has increased since june 15th. now just like on all public transit masks are still required for ferry passengers. i'm still trying get the answer on whether or not they giving out drinks and things on the ferry. that was probably one of the best parts about riding the ferry as you get a little whiner, your drink of dave. really? yeah. you know that. so, yeah, i got there. the ferry. some witnesses trip. >> well, not very but, you know, it's nice to have a little again, the spin again, you of bait you could just stay on the whole day. so you'd like to do that. every vote. i'm thinking, you know, whatever hate this. we've got an sfo no delays this morning just a little bit of the way. some of that fog are actually fighting little bit more of that around the golden gate bridge. we really have one heck of an inversion going on for today. you get up there a
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couple 1000 feet up in the atmosphere. it's still in the 80's. >> but meanwhile, right here at the surface boom. this nice damp cool air. we called fog marine layer here feels good and it's made its way across the east bay shoreline off to the delta. yes, it's going to rode away. but don't forget the high. also prevents a lot of that easy mixing going on. so that helps out a bit east bay shoreline, lower 60's in place. we've got 79 for antioch, 69 for livermore off to the races we go 56 for santa rosa 63. meanwhile for san jose futurecast for watch this. go into motion. boom. look at the showers thunder showers off. there to the spine of the sierra. we're going to see that today. tomorrow but an unusual event to a sucker with events like this. we have a hot spell, however, sometimes the high can cut that off. but you can see those afternoon thunder showers are breaking through. here comes the marine layer tonight expect coastal drizzle, maybe even some in san francisco as well. daytime heating, we do the same thing again. now as we get into next week. we'll start to break up
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this high and we're going break up this heat spell. but it's with us all weekend long. looking for relief wherever we can sometimes look at some of those winds this afternoon in. unit attempt, obviously with an event like this, we don't get a lot of those surface winds but 3.45 it starts to break. now. this is when we got those lofty one o 5, one. '06, 7, 8 going on in the far east bay up in the north bay. then the sun gets a little lower in the sky. you get some minor relief that we should get a breeze going on tomorrow afternoon evening little stronger, little better coverage. temperatures won't be as high. you'll notice a slight deviation from all of that. all the statements in place. but still a little minor relief going on. so we've got a heat advisory warning all weekend long. but for today except for the east bay shoreline and san francisco still hot tomorrow minor relief. as i mentioned earlier, got those winds kicking in there taken off, maybe 6 or degrees for next week. cooler week they temperatures 70's inland highs in the 80's big change
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happening there. 73 clearing and warm for san francisco, 83 for oakland 94 san jose. this is a slight deviation of temperatures in the charge from yesterday. they've taken on a couple degrees with this because of the stronger marine layer that came in overnight. one. '08, antioch to concord still going to be plenty hot there. to santa rosa. a lot of 100 numbers to be found in the north bay today, too. fremont 88 micah close to 90 today. 94. meanwhile for san jose going to 4 zone forecast coming up for you in just a bit. well. >> thanks, dave. health leaders in sonoma county are expressing concern over rising covid-19 cases. the county reported 5 new virus-related deaths on friday, making it the deadliest week since early march. dozens of people at a homeless shelter in santa rosa have also tested positive for the new delta variant kron four's. dan thorn has the very latest. >> despite making good progress on their vaccination campaign. sonoma county continues to be threatened by covid-19 county leaders say there's been a recent increase
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in cases and hospitalizations and there remains a significant risk to people who have not been vaccinated. >> what's important and the site nearly all of our recent covid cases, hospitalizations and deaths. well, i'm vaccinated individual. >> county public health officer doctor son darren mays briefed residents about 5 new covid-19 deaths on friday. 4 of the 5 were unvaccinated. but one was fully vaccinated. doctor may says the man was over the age of 90 and had preexisting conditions putting him already at great risk. what's becoming increasingly concerning is seeing new cases and positivity rates doubling in the county hospitalizations have also grown to worrisome numbers. >> currently up 44 individual, not covid including 13 in icu. the high number of icu patients. the february as of friday. 25 1% of sonoma county's population have not received a single dose. the recent surge may encourage the
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unvaccinated to get a shot. the numbers trending in the wrong direction. >> we know the pandemic it will take. not people getting vaccinated to herd immunity. as we said all along the course of the pandemic. >> reporting in san francisco. dan thorn kron 4 news. >> well, dozens upon dozens of aftershocks have been recorded following thursday's magnitude. 6 earthquake in the antelope valley. it hit near the california-nevada border. now despite shaking being felt all the way over here in the bay area. there were no messages from the usgs shake alert early warning system. that system is designed to alert people seconds before the shaking. so they can potentially take cover. the usgs says we didn't get any alert because the system is still a work in progress and it did not sense the earthquakes properly. >> sensors. we're not sufficient and dance to
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properly. ok and determine magnitude of the earthquake that had the system correct to characterize the magnitude 6 earthquake and put it in the right location that would have alerted a much larger area than it did. >> scientists say they are constantly working to improve the system. they expected to be more reliable over time. there's also plans to build more sensors in the rural areas of the state, but it's going to take at least 2 years to get those up and running. so i guess we're just stuck with the old fashion. you feel the shaking. you go ahead and duck and cover. >> still ahead here on the kron 4 morning news the san francisco giants looking to improve the best record in the majors as they get ready for the all-star break. we've got the all-star break. we've got your sports coming up next. your mission: stand up to moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis. and take. it. on... with rinvoq. rinvoq a once-daily pill can dramatically improve symptoms... rinvoq helps tame pain, stiffness, swelling. and for some, rinvoq can even significantly reduce ra fatigue. that's rinvoq relief.
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>> and now kron 4 sports. >> san francisco holds the best record in baseball just days before the all-star break hosting the washington nationals and those giants players came out with some swagger. let's take a look. they were there. special edition city connect jerseys with the golden gate bridge on the sleeves. logan webb on the bump for the giants and this was a close one. the game all tied up at 3 in the bottom of the 5th. no one on for darin ruf. he sends this fall for right to left center. that is gone. the giants take the lead for 3. he was 2 for 4 with 2 rbi and he was added to the lineup at the very last minute replacing lamont wade lot of the 7th now wilmer flores drives one. here he goes. that
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one. also to left center. and that one also gone flores solo shot as an insurance run giants take the lead. 5, 3 and that would be the final score oakland taking on the rangers at globe. life park in arlington the a's got on the board. first on top of the 6th jed lowrie at the plate manages to get this one through center of the single scores. matt chapman a's go up 2 zip, but that score didn't last long. sadly, bottom of the 6th. not a great ending for a starter, cole irvin. first he hit a batter. you'll see it here ouch. he also gave up 3 singles, including this one. to center by andy ibanez, the rangers takes the lead 3, 2 in the 6th. urban got yanked shortly after. but oakland couldn't get anything going on offense from there. they stranded 3 runners in the 7th 3, 2 rangers the final score, the usa men's basketball team is getting down to business las vegas the war zone
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draymond green among the stars that will suit up. they're about to start a series of international friendlies ahead of the olympic games and they'll be up against a familiar face. team usa will take on nigeria, which is led by warriors assistant coach mike brown. this is brown's first time as head coach of the dea tigers. he told me during an interview. several months ago that obviously the goal is to get nigeria on the podium. but even more than that, he saw. this is a chance to help grow the game in africa with be able to give back to an african country. >> we just gave me a feeling inside that it's hard to describe. and then after biting into it and meeting the people. >> and being around the program and trying to uplift and build the program. i'm passionate about the staying in. this is brought the so for more excitement, it with any job that i had at any time in my career. >> well, steph curry decided not to compete in the olympics. he's been staying busy this week. you can find all 3 kareem and playing in
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the american century championship in south lake tahoe not bad by steph there. stephens father, dell and brother seth curry are among the field of 88 celebrity golfers who teed off to raise money for charity. the currys even showed up and showed out in matching does its wayne suggested can wait suggested they should auction those off. i love that idea. all 3 of these guys are obviously talented. you could argue stephens the stroke on the basketball court. but who's the best of the golf course. so far it looks like staff has the edge there, too. he finished round one 6 overall in the lead amongst the curries and no surprise this competitive family had to put a little wager on the tournaments. the loser has to go swimming. >> message of issues. so we're keeping the same well, problem is you've got to jump a week ago flows and maybe even drive home and asked to be part of what it prior fresh. we've got a nice little handicap system. make everybody. >> a competitive a lot of golf left. so we'll see. >> i can't imagine growing up in the curry family. i think
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steph will be safe and dry, though, alrig welcome back.
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good morning. it's a 30 here on this saturday. july 10th. >> middle of the month almost. and it is hot out there. dave sphar has your details on your forecast this weekend. a day of going to be roasted toasted today. no. good morning, first things first. yeah, we have the overcast sky conditions at
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the coast. and we're seeing that even in portions along the. >> east bay shoreline, although much of the bay start to mix out of the golden gate bridge. and at the beaches. that's what's kind of overcast as we see it half moon bay. of course, that won't be the case all day today. meanwhile, sutro camera. take a look at this, right above the fog dec. it's in the 80's. it was that way all overnight. you get below the fog deck. that's a marine layer is and it snuck in there because colder air is more dense and it's down even though more moist air is actually typically less dense. but when it's cold, you can see it settles at the bottom like this. so we had a little relief this morning after you have the daytime heating. here we go. excessive heat warning where you see the reds and the oranges or a heat advisory notice it doesn't cover san francisco east bay shoreline or near water. but santa cruz mountains. you have that excessive heat warning santa clara valley got the heat advisory that's for today and tomorrow until 11 o'clock on sunday. there are the current winds, not a whole lot, but at least overnight, the delta got
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some winds with that marine layer we just showed you the kind of sneak on through. so that helped efforts a little bit. these after the afternoon, breezy conditions. they're not going to be really strong, but they wish the check in around 3 or 4 o'clock this afternoon 79 right now in antioch. already seeing some reds encroaching in here. look at that. we'll be seeing these numbers pop very shortly, lower 60's. meanwhile, along the east bay shoreline breaking it down for you. 96 by noon 3 o'clock. one. '04. that's about when the heat will start to break a little bit. we'll get some winds in the east bay just a touch. coming up, we'll take a look at the long-range forecast and your 4 zone too. well. >> thanks, dave. the fda is refusing pfizer's authorization request for a 3rd shot of its covid vaccine pfizer plan to seek authorization for a booster dose that it august saying it would provide better protection against the delta variant. but in a joint statement, both the fda and the cdc say americans do not need boosters just yet. adding it is not up to companies alone to decide when they
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might be needed. >> this is science and motion and there's always going to be debate about the best way to proceed and trying to predict the future. as we've already noted over the last 16 months of this epidemic is really hard and so continuing to be active in taking proactively about how to prevent this going forward is really important. >> pfizer says they're also developing a new version of the vaccine to target the delta strain specifically they expects to launch clinical trials for that next month. another big story we're following with more bay area, students headed back to classrooms in the fall medical experts are continuing to push for everyone who was eligible to get themselves vaccinated kron four's terisa stasio has more on the push from pediatricians. >> this is the message that we've been that putting out for weeks and weeks now. says the vaccines were approved for 12 year olds and above. it's
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really safe and effective. doctor yvonne maldonado professor in pediatrics and infectious disease expert with stanford. >> on getting kids vaccinated that are elgible specially now that the cdc and school districts here in the bay area, slowly but surely announcing schools will be back in-person come this fall the window for pfizer, which is the only vaccine available for 12 year olds to 18 year olds is 3 weeks. so you need a dose one. and then 3 weeks later goes to london 2 weeks after that to be protected. so you're talking about a 5 week period. >> in order to be fully protected from the 2 doses of vaccine. doctor maldonado's says. >> when it comes to the vaccines in kids. the medical field has learned a lot backs. an 1812 to 29 year olds. will 70,000 infections. >> over 4500 hospitalizations and a 30 to 40 every year in that age group. >> and the doctor says if parents remain on the fence
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about getting their kids vaccinated. parents are worried they should talk to their >> heater sons can give you the correct information. and what about those comments circulating about fertility issues surrounding the vaccine. the fertility issue is complete. this information is absolutely not true. vaccine. these vaccines do not absolutely do not cause infertility. what else would you say as far as those parents right now because it's a 5 week window. if you need to get it and you need to get that. >> absolutely. and if they don't get in and they can stay at least get, you know, get going that it's not like we are. they're big old lady lines. there are plenty of vaccines out there for people to have it. >> as for the little ones under 12 in the middle of the 5 to 12 year-old studies of for pfizer here at stanford and other sites as we it's
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thought that the data will be ready to be submitted to fda. >> by early fall. >> theresa kron 4 news. >> governor gavin newsom signed a sweeping bill to overhaul the state's public school system. it's going to allow for free universal pre k for all 4 year-old by 2025. it also creates full service community schools, improve staff to student ratios school nutrition and mental and social family services. some school employees may also see some pay raises with this. the governor is calling it a historic investment in the state's education system. >> this is a transformational budget. mark my words. this is like anything we have ever done in this state. so many things. we promoted so many things we dreamed up or delivery. when we sign this bill here today. >> governor newsom signed the
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legislation at a public school in napa. it has a price tag of nearly 124 billion dollars. >> coming up here on the kron 4 morning news a judge is getting set to make a big decision that could impacs the governor's recall election. we'll break that down for you in just a bit. well, president
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biden says large american corporations have grown into monopolies. on friday. he signed an executive order
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that. >> could affect some of the biggest tech companies among others. alexandra le mon has the details. >> president biden also said he wants to help american workers by, for example, making it easier for them to transfer trade licenses between states and giving workers more power against corporations. >> capitalism without competition. is it a capitalist? exploitation. >> president joe biden says big mergers and monopolies eliminate competition and forced many workers into low paying jobs with poor working conditions and the president says unfair competition also hurts consumers research shows we have a limited operation. >> you pay up to 5 times more and families in places. >> with more choices. friday. president biden signed an executive order directing more than a dozen federal agencies to implement 72 new initiatives promoting fair
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competition and include ideas like allowing medications to be imported from canada selling hearing aids over the counter and limiting noncompete agreements that block employees from taking better jobs done for one reason. >> to keep wages. but years from the computer and communications industry association argues over regulation could backfire and stop innovation. that's why we see higher quality, lower prices more innovation. it's because companies are trying to best their competitors. if regulators come along and say stop doing that, the consumer is going to lose. >> president biden's executive order focuses quite a bit on big tech companies by, for example, more closely. scrutinizing murders, including murders that have already happened reporting in washington. alexandra limon. >> okay. going to be hot today. once we shake off this morning fog and talking about all those inland areas, even
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>> a 44 here on this saturday morning. in a new list is out detailing the states with the rudest drivers in california. we're number one personal finance company bank-rate created a rude driving score based on general rudeness,
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poor driving patterns and habits nevada came in second followed by florida, oregon and new mexico. i feel like i don't know if my ad constantly changing lanes is considered rude. but that's how i that's how i drive on the strict dave got your fork out stories this morning. it's a still foggy in some spots. and yeah, you know what these afternoon temperatures will be quite rude to, you know what an attitude we're going to be looking at 100 plus to be found today. >> still hold on to that morning. fog in places like half moon, bay. as you can see, still overcast, although not remain. >> throughout the day. today. meanwhile, you get up above it all up above the fog level up here. temperatures have been in the 80's all overnight. you know, you get up about a 1000 feet or even less. and it's a different contrast. we have going on so the damp cooler air it stays at the bottom. it slides. right. and this is pretty typical. we call this an inversion. we typically get that anyway. but this is a doozy and when you have a
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high, this overhead, the kind of cuts off the vertical motion in place a little bit and added to the factor. we're all looking for a little bit more in the way of some more breezy conditions, perhaps slightly going on this afternoon. the maybe earlier forecast so that all means maybe shade agreed or 2 off today. we've got temperatures lower 60's lining up the east bay shoreline 54 san francisco. yes, that's not going to last. but at least starting off their 56 these are not going to last 60's up in the north bay. there. so getting back to those winds, typical fashion. we get that in land breeze that goes on it. is mute. it is not protected very strong today. that's true. but at least this evening we'll get a bit of a breeze going on to provide some minor relief. but the bigger issue too, is that does interrupt some daytime heating and the highs basically doing its thing that prevents a lot of that surface circulation because when you cut off those winds, it's like not being anywhere near a cold ocean as we are tomorrow, we do a little better job with this and better coverage and earlier so that all adds up to
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temperatures being slightly cooler tomorrow. then we're looking at today the advisory in whatever that's all in place. as of now until sunday evening at 11. now looking long range and everything here. we'll continue to see the pulsating a thunder shower activity. you can see in the mountains that's typical but towards the end of this loop as we start to get into. well, this is next saturday into sunday monday. some moisture comes up from the south that sometimes the monsoon want to watch out for that in terms of it becoming dry lightning. that's the threat we see this time of year. 73 san francisco and a little bit of a breeze to that. it takes the edge off marina district me about 71 at the coast 60's. but 74 half moon bay 88 burlingame. lou 79 per south san francisco in here come the 90's down to the south. yet redwood city 9394 palo alto, santa clara valley you have the heat advisory because of numbers like this 94 san jose morgan hill. one o 3, 1, 1, los gatos santa clara
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at 90 to 95 cupertino close to 90 along the east bay shoreline not in the actual statements. tri valley are about one o 5. one. '06, going on today. one. '07, walnut creek area contra, costa counties bacon today, one '08, danville one. '08, conquered 81 for berkeley again, those afternoon evening breezy conditions will help a little bit 78 for one. '05, fairfield 98 for napa. one '02 for santa rosa looks crowded with all triple digits on here. 95. meanwhile, from mill valley. so a slight improvement tomorrow. still hot inland. then look at we drop to the 90's, even the 80's by the end of the week. lower 80's at that east bay shoreline, lower 70's, even some 60's 60's of the coastal. well, thanks, dave. >> taking a look across the nation. now grim news out of surfside, florida this morning. the death toll from the condo building collapse is now 8646 people are still unaccounted for among the
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confirmed dead. a 3 year-old boy and family members of paraguay's first lady. the painstaking search for survivors shifted to a recovery effort on wednesday after authorities said there was no chance of life left in the wreckage. a viral story out of louisville, kentucky, new body camera footage shows the moments police rescued a little girl who had been kidnapped investigators say a man snatched the 6 year-old off her bike, put her into his car and then drove off. but police were able to track him down. adrian bankert has the story. >> although the press or. >> body cam video shows officers approached this red car guns drawn. the driver. a suspect in a brazen child abduction case allegedly kidnapping a girl while she was riding her bike in a louisville, kentucky officer
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jason burba consoling the child as she asked for her father. the 6 year-old had been outside on her bicycle when the suspect robbie l wilt allegedly circled the block and pulled her into his car. later telling police he tried to console the girl as she cried. >> and plan to drive her back to the spot where he found her because the 40 year-old was afraid he might hurt her. according to police records. he said multiple times that he knew what he did was wrong and felt bad about what he had done. witnesses called into 911. dispatchers giving a description of the man and the car. one neighbor saw the man grabbed her in kroger in the passenger seat. that neighbor jumping into his own car to chase the vehicle down. i saw happen. i know that my dad to grab the car keys happen car driver valley color slung around. >> through the bike. so i for 6 year-old. that's pretty. but when police caught up with him, he was ordered to the ground and
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>> that was adrienne bankert reporting for us this morning. home soon to judge is going to be deciding whether governor newsome can have his democratic party preference printed on the september recall ballot. this comes after the secretary of state refused to allow it kron four's ashley zavala explains what happened in court on friday and how the most famous candidate to replace newsome is getting involved. >> attorneys representing governor gavin newsome and secretary of state shirley weber faced off in court friday. the court prohibited video and audio recording of the hearing newsom's attorneys tried to convince the sacramento county judge to order whether to allow the governor to have his democratic party preference printed near his name on the upcoming recall election ballot whether has refused noting he missed the deadline and she's following the law. this prompting the governor to file the lawsuit. the governor was required to include his party preference on his reply to the recall petition in
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february of 2021, of his lawyers who handled the paperwork admitted to the judge friday. he screwed up shortly after the hearing newsome remain tight-lipped about it at a separate event in l a. >> it's a legal proceeding and i just don't have i haven't really focused on it and i don't have much to say everybody doing just blocks away from sacramento county courts celebrity candidates hoping to replace newsome. caitlyn jenner announced she's also jumping into the lawsuit because i want transparency. i want people to see what's happening up here in sacramento. and i just want to be part of this lawsuit. >> so that. shirley weber doesn't poll. she actually does her job. >> at the governor's request. the judge says he will make a decision on newsom's party preference issue in writing on monday at the state capitol. ashley zavala kron 4 news. >> we'll be right back after the break.
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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at known. >> good saturday morning to you. i'm noelle bellow. you're watching kron 4 morning news. it is july 10th. we've got a lot to get to this morning. but let's start off by getting a look at the weather. dave, i'm going to keep my blinds drawn today. i'm going to have a window open, let the cool air come in because i know it's going to get warm across the bay and how the curtains kind of go with the wind
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>> very story the well, good morning, everybody. and hot. it will be going on here. maybe a little bit of relief from an afternoon breeze. sure. but that will be later in. that will be very muted compared to what we usually get in the afternoon. meanwhile, those temperatures will be climbing. currently. we're still dealing with the fog. hey, we'll take that. it's nice relief at half moon. bay still overcast, although that will last all day today golden gate bridge. it's still working on it. and again, that will last for today. so here's what we have going here for you in excessive heat warning where you see the areas in red and the oranges or heat advisory until 11 o'clock on sunday what's not included in that at the east bay shoreline, san francisco in. of course, the coastal areas. but santa cruz mountains. yeah, you're in there as well. so those red areas are going to be one. '05, plus for today. so far 79 for cup, the lower 70's for concord and also livermore. 60 still up in the north bay but not far from home. you can gee the hotter air starting to encroach lower
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60's cover the east bay shoreline comparison sake. we're still trailing by more than half a dozen degrees from this time yesterday. so that's kind of nice at 1 o'clock. we'll do 101. '04, expected by 4 o'clock. a little bit of an afternoon evening breeze trying to come in here a little bit ever so slightly could have more details on all of that coming up in just a bit. well. >> all right. thanks, dave. those high temperatures across the bay area have led to cal iso extending its power alert through the weekend with temperatures expected in the triple digits again today across the state. californians are being asked to conserve energy kron four's, camila barco live in contra, costa county this morning with details. camila. is it already getting warm out there. >> it's about 70 degrees here and it's pretty nice and sunny. there's a slight breeze. but noel, my weather app tells me it's going to get as hot as a 106 degrees here in concord today. so many people are going to look for ways to stay cool. some will blast or a c and officials are
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asking you not to do that because it could have a negative effect on the state's power grid. instead they're asking you to do your part and cut back on your energy use between 04:00pm today and between 04:09pm, today. the power alert also known as a flex alert will be in effect for a second day in a row and you can save energy by doing the simple steps like turning your thermostat up to at least 78 degrees. do not use major appliances use fans instead of a c. >> unplug electrical items are not using and turn off unnecessary lights. if you do the steps it will ease the strain on the grid during the evening when there is less solar energy available. it also reduces the chances of power outages or rolling blackouts. the california independent system operator is using multiple tools to help keep the grade stable. last week. they asked for generators on the west coast to obtain additional resources
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and cal iso is also working with businesses to reduce their electricity consumption at critical times. now if you're waking up right now is the best time to do your laundry and wash your dishes. this is also a good time to school. your home by turning those temperatures down and charging your phone and laptop before that power alert goes into effect. >> cal iso said people listen to their warnings yesterday and that helped keep the power grid stable. they're hoping people listen to those power alerts today. noel, back to you. all right. thanks, camila for that live report. we'll continue to track the heat wave on our kron 4 app. >> just use this qr code that see on your screen to download that app and get the latest weather updates. that includes a look at the 7 day forecast, the current conditions and a list of cooling centers around the bay area. now not only are we being asked to conserve our power. but we're also dealing with a drought. so governor gavin newsom is asking all of us to reduce our water
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consumption by 15% as well. kron four's phillipe djegal has more on different ways to conserve water. >> on average. the east bay municipal utility district says single-family customers use about 250 gallons of water per day. >> that number can vary based on where you live and the size of your lot. >> but if you consume 250 gallons of water on a daily basis. a 15% reduction amounts to 37 and a half gallons of water are asking folks to be efficient and watering their landscaping. >> to find and repair leaks and to be mindful of their indoor water. use a good place to start is the toilet older models can use up to 5 gallons per flush newer high efficiency toilets use about 1.2 gallons per flush. >> by installing a high efficiency toilet. the state says a household can save 19 gallons per person each day. if there are multiple people in your home. you can achieve the 15% goal by upgrading the
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toilet alone keeping showers under 5 minutes can also save 12 and a half gallons per shower when using water efficient showerhead sick. we all one minute off our showers every day. collectively, we say 2 million gallons a day of water. so there's little choices that we all make every day. those really do add up when we're working together as a community avoid washing dishes by hand. if you have a dishwasher, you can also save around 4 gallons of water per day. if you wash only loads. >> as for laundry east bay, muds, water conservation manager alice to he says by properly using load size settings reducing the number of loads by using full loads. only and replacing the standard washer with a high efficiency model, you can save up to 25 gallons of water per day. as for the outdoors, she does not recommend letting your lawn guy just limit the frequency. it gets water to 3 times per week. if you have folks that are, you know,
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watering their lawn every day. and, you know, potentially using like a 100 or more gallons a day to water their lawn. >> just reducing the number of days that you water can have a big impact on your water. lastly, check for leaks around the house. this could potentially save hundreds of gallons of water per day. >> believed it all kron 4 news. >> another big story we're following out of the south bay. a child has died after being hit by a car in san jose. it happened yesterday evening in the area of camden avenue in coos or road. police say the child was taken to a local hospital with life threatening injuries. and unfortunately he did not survive the system video of the scene. police say the driver stayed there and is cooperating with investigators a spokesperson tells us it does not appear the driver was under the influence. also in the south bay. take a look at this. a jewelry store in campbell was burglarized early friday morning and it was all caught on camera. the thieves can be seen breaking into jeffrey's diamonds and
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goldsmiths. an alarm went off when the burglars came inside, but it did not stop them. they ended up stealing up to $250,000 worth of jewelry. the store owner says this is the 4th time the campbell location has been hit by burglars in the last 5 years. coming up here on the kron 00:00am morning news. we're talking coronavirus and some growing concerns over the rise in covid cases as one bay area county sees its deadliest week in the last 4 months. >> plus growing confusion over whether vaccinated people will need to get a booster shot here with the cdc and the fda are saying about this morning. and after the break, if your fridge is on the fritz good luck getting anyone anytime soon. we
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>> welcome back. 9.10, here on this saturday morning. and if you're in the market for a new fridge or a dishwasher be warned. it could take months before anything is delivered appliance centers across the bay area are seeing higher demand. but a major supply shortage. kron four's. amanda hari has the story. >> pre covid the turnaround. time for a typical order here at university eleotric was one to 2 weeks now, there are some items that won't be delivered until february of this coming year. >> free most of our phone calls were how much does something cost? no one calls with that anymore. can i get
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something? called 10 places. they called place as we called 3 appliance stores, including university electric all said they have a shortage of supply we seen is a 700% greater demand for appliances and any other time in history. >> about a 60% lower ability to produce them, maybe due to social distancing may be supply chain interruptions, president of university electric mike hines says it's not just one issue causing the backlog, multiple problems that includes a shortage of supplies companies discontinuing certain items. >> and a lack of workers. thanks tells me that after the coronavirus stay at home order some workers in the supply chain decided not to come back. >> one of the manufacturers told me yesterday that 56,000 truck drivers did not renew their applications. drive trucks for next year. it takes about 8 to 10,000 truck drivers to unload one container ship. she just taken 5 full container ships or
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worth of labor off the marketplace tells me if you shop around, you may be able to find something. >> but it's likely not to be the exact item. you want it. if you have your heart set on a particular product or color you'll likely have to wait. it's just like disneyland you get in line wait your turn and it will in may not be in 5 minutes. i mean, you have to wait. >> a couple months, but it's it more than likely will heights also told me that many appliances have smart features now and require microchips. >> there's also a microchip shortage because of covid and that will likely affect the appliance industry as well in santa clara amanda hari kron 4 news. >> and we're watching those temperatures take a big jump this afternoon about 1 o'clock. we're talking 100 plus for those in the valleys, a little bit of an afternoon breeze trying to kick in here by the late afternoon, early
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my name's lucas. it sure is bobby. >> well, the golden gate ferry is resuming regular weekend services between san francisco and the north bay today service to and from san francisco larkspur and sausalito will resume with several trips throughout the day on saturdays and sundays golden gate ferry suspended weekend service during the pandemic due to a decrease in demand. but officials say demand has increased since
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june 15th just like on all public transit masks are still required for ferry passengers. so be sure to bring those if you want to enjoy the the ferry today. it's going to be nice and warm out there. so a nice ocean breeze might not be dave. i also found out no drinks service just yet. on the hoping that maybe, you know, when those mask requirements go away, the drinks will come back. so. >> one plump, it's going nice and hot and and a good day to be on the it is a shame, yeah, thanks for checking on still, they're still offering the key service. that's the key issue. and it is going to be cold out on the waters. alcatraz island. nice place to hang out, too. >> east bay shoreline clear blue skies. we've taken care of the morning fog. not so fast. the golden gate bridge is still lingering here a little bit. but of course that will mix out to mostly sunny. but hey, this marine layer, something nice to have around and help cool things down over the east bay shoreline over
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the the perimeter of the bay going on. and later on today with a little bit of a breeze and emphasizing little bit. we'll start to feel some of that relief come in by the late evening hours ok, antioch. you're at 83 right now. lower 70's already cooking here in the east bay east bay shoreline where the advisories not in place lower 60's for now, 62 santa rosa 67. meanwhile for san jose. so futurecast for is not much to see. obviously with it being real hot. the morning fog mixes out afternoon showers and thunder showers scattered activity up there and the sierra. fall comes back again for tonight and we do the same process off towards the east. that's a somewhat typical them. but sometimes with a high that can stop the vertical motion of the air mass. so back to our winds again. we typically get them happening in the afternoon hours. this is muted because of our scenario. but you do see a little bit of a breeze when you get to around 4 5 o'clock in the afternoon evening hours. emphasize minor relief going on there. it will
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be a little stronger. looks like tomorrow afternoon and evening. some better coverage so all that will mean is that, you know, you'll feel when the evening check-in will be like, ok, finally, we're past the bat last day on sunday. alright heat advisory warning except for the east bay shoreline and san francisco. everybody's in something tomorrow. still hot minor relief as we just emphasize there, high temperatures, even in inland, maybe coming off about 5 to 10 degrees or so. the next week it's a cooler week all week long. we're cooling down here. we'll get those inland temperatures falling into the 80's. it looks like with 70's covering the east bay shoreline. so for today, 73, that is a little reduction from yesterday. some of the the charts with calling for maybe getting up to about 80 or so, but because of a little bit of a breeze going on here. you interrupt the heating boom. it feels good. 83 for oakland 94 san jose across the while 100 plus over the east bay hills up in the north bay to quite a bit. a hundreds to be found to. we'll have more details on that in
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your 4 zone forecast in a bit. noel. thanks, dave. >> health leaders in sonoma county are expressing concern over rising covid-19 cases. the county reported 5 new virus-related deaths on friday, making it the deadliest week since early march. dozens of people at a homeless shelter and santa rosa have also tested positive for the new delta variant kron four's. dan thorn has the latest. >> despite making good progress on their vaccination campaign. sonoma county continues to be threatened by covid-19 county leaders say there's been a recent increase in cases and hospitalizations and there remains a significant risk to people who have not been vaccinated. >> what's important and the site nearly all of our recent covid cases, hospitalizations and deaths. well, i'm >> county public health officer doctor son darren mays briefed residents about 5 new covid-19 deaths on friday. 4 of the 5 were unvaccinated. but one was fully vaccinated.
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doctor may says the man was over the age of 90 and had preexisting conditions putting him already at great risk what's becoming increasingly concerning is seeing new cases and positivity rates doubling in the county hospitalizations have also grown to worrisome numbers. >> the currently up 44 individual not full of covid, including 13 in the icu. the high number of icu patients. the february as of friday. 25 1% of sonoma county's population have not received a single dose. the recent surge may encourage the unvaccinated to get a shot. the number of defending the wrong direction. >> we know the pandemic it will take. not people getting vaccinated to herd immunity of said all along the course of the pandemic. >> reporting in san francisco, dan thorn kron 4 news. >> still ahead here on the kron 00:00am morning news the san francisco giants looking
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to improve the best record in the majors as they get ready for the all-star break. we've got all your sports highlights next.
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hosting the washington nationals and those giants players came out with some swagger. let's take a look. they were there. special edition city connect jerseys with the golden gate bridge on the sleeves. logan webb on the bump for the giants and this was a close one. the game all tied up at 3 in the bottom of the 5th. no one on for darin ruf. he sends this fall for right to left center. that is gone. the giants take the lead for 3. he was 2 for 4 with 2 rbi and he was added to the lineup at the very last minute replacing lamont wade lot of the 7th now wilmer flores drives one. here he goes. that one. also to left center and that one also gone flores solo shot as an insurance run giants take the lead. 5, 3, and that would be the final score oakland taking on the rangers at globe. life park in arlington the a's got on the board. first on top of the 6th jed lowrie at the plate manages to get this one through center of the single scores. matt chapman a's go up
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2 zip, but that score didn't last long. sadly, bottom of the 6th. not a great ending for a starter, cole irvin. first he hit a batter. you'll see it here ouch. he also gave up 3 singles, including this one. to center by andy ibanez, the rangers take believed 3, 2 in the 6th urban got yanked shortly after. but oakland couldn't get anything going on offense from there. they stranded 3 runners in the 7th 3, 2 rangers, the final score, the usa men's basketball team is getting down to business las vegas the war zone draymond green among the stars that will suit up. they're about to start a series of international friendlies ahead of the olympic games and they'll be up against a familiar face. team usa will take on nigeria, which is led by warriors assistant coach mike brown. this is brown's first time as head coach of the dea tigers. he told me during an interview. several months ago that obviously the goal is to get nigeria on the podium. but even more than that, he saw. this is a chance
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to help grow the game in africa with be able to give back to an african country. >> just gave me a feeling inside that it's hard to describe. and then after biting into it and meeting the people. >> and being around the program and trying to uplift and build the program. i'm passionate about the staying in. this is brought the so for more excitement, it with any job and ipad at any time in my career. >> well, steph curry decided not to compete in the olympics. he's been staying busy this week. you can find all 3 kareem and playing in the american century championship in south lake tahoe not bad by steph there. stephens father, dell and brother seth curry are among the field of 88 celebrity golfers who teed off to raise money for charity. the currys even showed up and showed out in matching does its wayne suggested can wait suggested they should auction those off. i love that idea. all 3 of these guys are obviously talented. you could argue stephens the stroke on the basketball court. but who's
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the best of the golf course. so far it looks like staff has the edge there, too. he finished round one 6 overall in the lead amongst the curries and no surprise this competitive family had to put a little wager on the tournaments. the loser has to go swimming. >> message of issues. so we're keeping the same well, problem is you got to jump a week ago flows and maybe even drive home. and so that's bad part of what it prior fresh. we've got a nice little system. make everybody. >> a competitive a lot of golf left say. >> i can't imagine growing up in the curry family. i think steph will be safe and dry, though, alright, that
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morning to you. welcome back to the kron 00:00am morning news. time to start off this half hour with a look at your forecast is getting hot. >> over there and the east bay. hey, dave. >> okay. good well, good morning, starting things off a little bit of the way that fog kind of helped out a little bit cooling us off in spots, including in san francisco and because of a little bit of a breeze going on today. temperatures maybe not as lofty as we were thinking yesterday or from the earlier forecast. but still going to be plenty hot and all the statements are firmly in place for the whole weekend. that means any inland area. you're going to feel today. here's a shot of the east bay shoreline from u c berkeley. as you can see, the blue skies, blue bay and above it all. that's right. former suitor camera different situation right above us where all that hot
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air really didn't go anywhere from overnight in the 80's above it but below it that marine layer checked in so the excessive heat warning where you see the red said the advisory is for the santa clara valley. you're in this one and us up in the north bay too. but it is not along the east bay shoreline or san francisco or the coastal areas, which is somewhat a little typical to. but again, you get an inland and you're going to feel what current winds. we did a little breeze going on around the delta will get some later on today. that will help a little bit, but that will be late afternoon evening when the sun is a little lower anyway. already popping 83 off to antioch. 71 conquered 72 for livermore with the east bay shoreline in the lower 60's. for now, though freeman has 67 lot of 60's up there. the north bay. we 99 by 1 o'clock at 4, one. '04, again watching out for an afternoon breeze. we'll have a look at the 4 zone forecast coming up for you just did that well, thanks, dave. >> the fda is refusing
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pfizer's authorization request for a 3rd shot of its covid-19 vaccine pfizer plans to seek authorization for a booster dose in august saying it would provide better protection against the delta variant in a joint statement, though, both the fda and the cdc to americans do not need boosters just yet. adding it is not up to companies alone to decide when they might be needed. >> this is science and motion and there's always going to be debate about the best way to proceed and trying to predict the future. as we've already noted over the last 16 months of this epidemic is really hard and so continuing to be active in thinking proactively about how to prevent this going forward is really important. >> pfizer says they're also developing a new version of the vaccine to target the delta strain specifically they expect to launch clinical trials next month. a big story we're following this morning with more bay area's students headed back to the classrooms in the fall medical experts
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continue to push for everyone who's eligible to get themselves vaccinated kron four's terisa stasio has more on the push from pediatricians. >> this is the message that we've been that putting out for weeks and weeks now. says the vaccines were approved for 12 year old and above. it's really safe and effective. doctor yvonne maldonado professor in pediatrics and infectious disease expert with stanford. >> on getting kids vaccinated that are elgible specially now that the cdc and school districts here in the bay area, slowly but surely announcing schools will be back in-person come this fall. the window for pfizer, which is the only vaccine available for 12 year olds to 18 year olds is 3 weeks. so you need a dose one. and then 3 weeks later goes to london 2 weeks after that to be protected. so you're talking about a 5 week period. >> in order to be fully protected from the 2 doses of vaccine. doctor maldonado says. >> when it comes to the
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vaccines in kids. the medical field has learned a lot backs. an 1812 to 29 year olds will prevent 70,000 infections. >> over 4500 hospitalizations and a 30 to 40 every year in that age group. >> and the doctor says if parents remain on the fence about getting their kids vaccinated. parents are worried they should talk to their >> heater sons can give you the correct information. and what about those comments circulating about fertility issues surrounding the vaccine. the fertility issue is complete. this information is absolutely not true. vaccine. these vaccines do not absolutely do not cause infertility. what else would you say as far as those parents right now because it's a 5 week window. if you need to get it and you need to get that. >> absolutely. and if they don't get in and they can stay at least get, you know, get going. but it's not like we
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are. there are big old lady lines. there are plenty of vaccines out there for people to have it. >> as for the little ones under 12 in the middle of the 5 to 12 year-old studies of for pfizer here at stanford and other sites as we it's thought that the data will be ready to be submitted to fda. >> by early fall. >> theresa kron 4 news. now, according to new cdc guidelines released on friday. students who are vaccinated will not have to whar masks in school this fall. however, here in california masks will still be required for students kron four's. maureen kelly explains why. >> while many vaccinated students and teachers around the country will likely be heading inside their classrooms with their faces bear. those here in all california. k through 12 schools will have to keep covered up for now even if they've gotten their shots.
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that's because the cdc also said today that masks should stay up inside if schools cannot maintain a distance of at least 3 feet between desks and the state's public health department says they are not recommending physical distancing because of the hurdles that would present to california schools fully reopening the county superintendent of schools for contra. costa is on board with the state's decision. i really do think it really highlights the importance of in-person learning. i think in person learning. >> is the best models benefits young people the most. and so this really allows for everybody to come back fully into the classroom. the principal of hercules middle school says the state's decision to keep up with the mask-wearing inside schools. >> makes things a little more simple, especially as only kids 12 and up are eligible for their shots. everybody is wearing a mask. it's easy to see who's not. and you have to worry about i know that for a lot of us were ready to have the masks off whenever and
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wherever possible. >> so sure that will cause some challenges to. but again, it's just an opportunity to get students back. >> and make sure we get back to doing our our main purpose which is educating students. the parents. i talked to picking up their kids from summer school or fine with the idea of keeping the mask requirement in place. the virus is still out there. >> now, even though june 15. came and went still don't get too comfortable because it's going to happen all over again. the california department of public health says they are continuing to review with the cdc just released and says they plan to release more state guidance for k through 12 schools on monday. maureen kelly kron 4 news. the california teachers association did release a statement on the state's decision. it reads in part, quote, we urge local school districts to use school sites as community vaccination centers and to continue working with educators, parents and the school community and developing safety protocols. >> governor gavin newsome,
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meanwhile, signed a sweeping bill to overhaul the state's public school system. it will allow for free universal pre k for all 4 year-old by 2025. it also creates full service community schools improve staff to student ratios school nutrition and mental and social family services. now some school employees. they also see some pay raises through this. the governor is calling it a historic investment in the state's education system. >> this is a transformational budget. mark my words. this is like anything we have ever done in this state. so many things. we promoted so many things we dreamed up. we're delivering. when we sign this bill here today. >> governor newsom signed the legislation at a public school and napa that piece of legislation has a price tag of nearly 124 billion dollars. president biden says large american corporations have
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grown into monopolies friday. he signed an executive order that could affect some of the biggest tech companies among others. alexandra le mon has the details. president biden also said he wants to help american workers by, for example, making it easier for them to transfer trade licenses between states and giving workers more power against corporations. >> capitalism without competition is capitalist. exploitation. >> president joe biden says big mergers and monopolies eliminate competition and forced many workers into low paying jobs with poor working conditions and the president says unfair competition also hurts consumers research shows we have a limited operation. >> you pay up to 5 times more and families in places. >> with more choices. friday. president biden signed an executive order directing more than a dozen federal agencies to implement 72 new
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initiatives promoting fair competition and include ideas like allowing medications to be imported from canada selling hearing aids over the counter and limiting noncompete agreements that block employees from taking better jobs done for one reason. >> to keep wages. but years from the computer and communications industry association argues over regulation could backfire and stop innovation. that's why we see higher quality, lower prices more innovation. it's because companies are trying to best their competitors. if regulators come along and say stop doing that, the consumer is going to lose. >> president biden's executive order focuses quite a bit on big tech companies by, for example, more closely. scrutinizing murders, including murders that have already happened reporting in washington. alexandra limon. >> coming up here in the cross morning news. a judge is
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getting set to make a big decision that could impact governor newsom's recall election. we've got the latest after the break.
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>> 9.43 here and the new list is out detailing the states with the rudest drivers and. >> here in california, we are
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number one personal finances company bank-rate created a rude driving score based on general rudeness, poor driving patterns and habits nevada came in second followed by florida, oregon and new mexico. how new york is not on this list. i do not understand portnoy there. i guess you know what, i please pull over the side of the don't think so. i think. >> i think we just know how to drive and get where we need to go as quickly as possible. sometimes the infrastructure bothers you sometimes to its white light here, right where are. you know, you sometimes out with the light changes. yeah. and somebody doesn't move one mississippi there goes exactly automatic. yeah. okay. hot today. you got to keep the a c go on in the car probably because i'm not gonna have too much help from mother nature course. when you're driving moving it that blow the wind around little bit. of course, east bay shoreline. all it up very nicely, if you will. >> still that fog deck is in our sutro camera right above
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it. what would a different climate. it's been in the 80's all overnight. but at the ground level, with that fog and that marine layer came in is very typical kind that situation set up that we always have an inversion. this one is a strong one. and with the daytime heating it will start to mix out a little bit. but boy, it's kind of nice relief and we'll get a little bit of that on shore, wind this afternoon. not as strong as usual, but 83 antioch lower 70's going on east bay. 62 still santa rosa. still maintaining somewhat mild temperatures to the north thus far 67 for san jose. speaking of those winds. yes, they check in this afternoon. not as strong as they typically would. and given the thermal gradient because it's much hotter in the east bay that it will be course along the bay. but this is a bit of a breeze that will check in by this afternoon and this evening tomorrow, a stronger wind expected. so it'll take a little bit of a slight edge off still hot. still got all the statements in place for sunday, but step by step, we're starting to break the back of this high looking more
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long range from all of this. we're cooling down all week long. by the way. but we're looking ahead into next weekend. what we're seeing here is the bubbling up of little bit of moisture to the south. as you can see there that sometimes the monsoon moisture got to watch out for that this time of year because it can produce high level thunder showers going through dry air dry lightning. not good. ok, 4 zone forecast here we are 73 san francisco. this has been reduced slightly from earlier forecasts. and if you add a bit of a breeze to that. it makes it acceptable along. the coast will have about 70 going on for half moon bay. pretty lofty. now for the coastal locations. 88 burning game. it only gets hotter as we head south got the lower 90's checking in the southern end of the peninsula. redwood city 93 90 palo alto, mountain view, maybe about 84 lots of 90's here in the south bay and beyond that one. oh, one los gatos one. '03, for morgan hill. that's why you have the heat advisory today 95 for cupertino. not in the heat advisory. the east bay shoreline with those upper 80's tri valley 100 plus to be
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found or probably do that again tomorrow to one. '07, walnut creek. one o 8 for concord. the only thing is in the late afternoon evening might get that breeze working through the delta just a touch there richmond even 86 play host 78 mother nature's air conditioner right here. one. '05, fairfield 98 for napa and to santa rosa. but look at this. even down to southern moore in sandra fell. the see note 9 to 5 noe valley in the seven-day forecast slight reduction of temperatures. add a little bit more of a breeze. and that, too, that it's double digits. beyond that point. not a bad start to the early week cooling off to the lower 80's inland east bay shoreline even sub 70 possible and we'll see some of those lower 60's working at the coast. noel. thanks, dave. taking a look across the grim news out of surfside, florida this morning. the death toll. >> from the condo collapse is now at 86 46 people still unaccounted for among the confirmed dead. a 3 year-old
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boy and family members of paraguay's first lady. the painstaking search for survivors shifted to a recovery effort on wednesday after authorities said there was no chance of life in the wreckage. home soon. judge will decide whether governor newsome a can have his democratic party preference printed on the september recall ballot. this comes after the secretary of state refused to allow it kron four's ashley zavala explains what happened in court on friday and how the most famous candidate to replace newsome is getting involved. >> attorneys representing governor gavin newsome and secretary of state shirley weber faced off in court friday. the court prohibited video and audio recording of the hearing newsom's attorneys tried to convince the sacramento county judge to order whether to allow the governor to have his democratic party preference printed near his name on the upcoming recall election ballot whether has refused noting he missed the deadline and she's following the law. prompting the governor to file the lawsuit. the governor was
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required to include his party preference on his reply to the recall petition in february of 2021, of his lawyers who handled the paperwork admitted to the judge friday. he screwed up shortly after the hearing newsome remain tight-lipped about it at a separate event in l a. >> it's a legal proceeding and i just don't have i haven't really focused on it and i don't have much to say everybody doing just blocks away from sacramento county courts celebrity candidates hoping to replace newsome. caitlyn jenner announced she's also jumping into the lawsuit because i want transparency i want people to see what's happening up here in sacramento. and i just want to be part of this lawsuit. >> so that. shirley weber doesn't full. she actually does her job. >> at the governor's request. the judge says he will make a decision on newsom's party preference issue in writing on monday at the state capitol. ashley zavala kron 4 news. >> the house of representatives is considering
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taking up another voting rights bill has several republican led states continue their push to toughen their voting laws. our washington correspondent kellie meyer has the very latest on the voting rights push on capitol hill. >> the house is set to take up a 3rd voting rights bill this summer. a response to the supreme court's most recent decision that really set voting rights back north carolina. democratic congresswoman deborah ross as the high court's decision to uphold arizona's voting restrictions will make it harder for minorities to vote the supreme court decision last week was a blow of indescribable and civil rights groups met at the white house thursday pressing the administration to do more to protect voting rights democracy is on vigorous. >> this yes. and sinister attacks. 18 states have already enacted new voting laws 26 are debating new measures here on capitol hill, federal voting rights legislation is at a standstill
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last month. senate republicans blocked an election reform bill saying it infringed on states rights to conduct their own elections. i think that's a states issue. republicans say they want to strengthen voting integrity in the wake of the 2020 election and former president donald trump's false claim of massive voter fraud. democrats are investing 25 million dollars to fight back against gop efforts. vice president kamala harris said friday this issues should be a nonpartisan issue next week. president joe biden will head to philadelphia, pennsylvania to share actions. his administration is planning to take reporting in washington. i'm kelly meyer. >> we'll be right back after the break.
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we want to let you know the billionaire space race heats up tomorrow, virgin galactic's richard branson plans to launch himself and 5 others into the atmosphere. it's a joy ride is more than 2 decades in the making. markie. martin has a preview. >> i asked her note sears there. richard branson. i'll be evaluating the customer spaceflight experience. and with the posting of this twitter video it's official of going to space billionaire business mogul. richard branson. >> we'll be launching himself into the final frontier. it
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will be his maiden voyage aboard his virgin galactic rocket which will blast off from new mexico desert sunday morning. i've always been a my mom told me to never give out. >> and to reach for the stars. >> only the 4th mission for virgin galactic. it's a short flight. the entire experience lasting about 10 minutes with 3 minutes of weightlessness. branson will travel 55 miles, which is considered to be the edge of space and his journey hasn't been without hefty competition. >> changes your relationship with this planet, with humanity. it's one earth amazon ceo and blue origin founder jeff bezos announcing his space launch for july 20th alongside him will be his firefighter brother mark really want to come with me. would you are you serious. and i think would be meaningful and say, hey, that was the best thing that ever and 82 year-old pilot wally funk, one of the mercury 13 women who
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completed astronaut training in 1961 but never made it to space. >> after basis announced his flight branson reportedly expedited his. both of these launches signifying the beginnings of space tourism virgin galactic currently has more than 600 civilian reservations in the pipeline. and those tickets are apparently $250,000. so if you have some extra lying around. >> let us we do want to give you a final check of your forecast. take a look at this. today's high 107 degrees. so if you're in the east bay parts of the north bay and parts of the south bay. you're definitely going to feel the heat today. make sure you take care of yourself. and we've got that flex alert this afternoon. so make sure that don't really run your ac. maybe open the windows closed. the blinds kind of let afternoon winds that hopefully we're getting in certain help you out there because it is going to be toasty today. it's going to be toastie again tomorrow. those triple digit
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temperatures continue through tomorrow. but then we start to cool off by monday and through the end of the week we're looking at like the low 80's for some of those days. so that's all the time we've got for today here on the kron 00:00am morning news. i'm noelle bellow. we'll see again back here tomorrow morning at 07:00am.
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