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morning. everybody, i'm marty gonzales will get right to our top story, happening today, we could be learning more about what schools will look like when students return to the classroom, this fall, education leaders from all across the state are expected to lay out a blueprint for what the new normal in classrooms will look like kron four's jonathan mccall takes a closer look. it's now been 10 weeks since california classrooms were forced to close because of covid-19 concerns. >>as the current school year comes to an end leaders are now focused on what happens in the fall and the new lessons on social distancing that will greet students parents and educators lots of personal protective equipment to have to be masked. >>and hand sanitizers and the ability for hand washing and other resources for our schools, wednesday state superintendent tony thurmond said that access to ppe will be required for schools to reopen. >>he also emphasized that districts will make their own decisions on when and how to reopen the things that we've heard include that many
schools are likely have smaller class sizes in order to accommodate the need for 6 feet of space between our students in their classes, hallways. >>and in common spaces. >>that could also include hybrid learning with some students in class while others learned from home. answers in guidance could come thursday during a virtual meeting with state education officials and leaders from california is 1000 school districts members from the school reopening task force or expected to share their early findings johnson psaki with oakland unified schools will be watching we imagine this is going to fall, you know pp for everybody's can imagine a physical distancing for everybody is going involve extra cleaning disinfecting during the course of any school day. >>so you know we really want to know what that's going to look like some that the state perspective. psaki says the district is working on a plan of its own but is looking for leaders to step up to provide more guidance. so lucky says with $35 million cut from the
budget because of covid-19 on top of the $20 million cut in the spring. >>he questions just how effective schools can be practicing safety on a shoestring budget but the federal government needs to step up if they want this economy to return to normal in any way shape or form they need our schools to do the same and arts do that we need a lot more money. >>in san francisco jonathan mccall kron 4 news developing news, this morning, the u c says that its campuses will be opening in the fall despite the covid-19 pandemic. >>that is currently shut down most campuses activity across the state. joining us live this morning from ucsf with more on how this might look kron four's rana harvey rana good morning. >>good morning marty will like you mentioned a lot of changes happening and what it potentially could look like you could see students walking around campus wearing mask, maybe faculty and staff as well, you could also potentially see classrooms a lot more spaced out the
potentially some classrooms being held and in other places on the campus. so what they're trying to decide now is if they're going to have classes on campus in the fall or if they're going to online classes or mixture of both. you see administration is coordinating with the governor's office and health agencies to make sure they're on track with state issued guidelines. wednesday you see board approves standards at each campus must meet before starting in person operations that includes screening and testing contract tracing universal masking measures and physical distancing and plans for how to quarantine and isolate anyone who may contract the virus. one camp says have done this will have a better idea of what steps they need to take next the schools and universities have been closed since mid-march when the governor issued a statewide stay at home order ucs affa other you cesar keep in mind that a surge in covid-19 cases is a potential reality now in the fall when the semester would begin. now the university's biggest
priorities keeping students and faculty safe. so they're not going to rush into anything they hope that these 10 you see campuses. no maybe what they're going to do by mid-june but again they have to get all that information so they can make those really important decisions because it's over 200,000 students that attend the use the system and our didn't know if you remember being back in school i remember going to one of the eu season. it's hard enough being a student going to school they want to make sure students can focus on classes as opposed to having to focus on how to keep themselves safe. for now reporting in san francisco rate of harvey kron 4 news great point reyna school is tough enough without having to worry about whether your classroom is is a sick classroom or not thanks a lot for that live report from ucsf. >>robin wright thank you marty well it's going to be another beautiful day around the bay, let's check in with dave spahr oh fancy i like this you have the overview san francisco you can see the sunrise there in
the background the layer of clouds over the bay you can see the bridge. >>very nice let's check in with dave spahr and see exactly how nice it's going good and your city today, good morning dave. >>good morning, robin you guys are still on my red paint i need that for you know later this week here, it's anyway a very pretty picture from our sutro camera good morning robin good morning, everybody off to a warming weekend we are before we get there though some mild temperatures today tomorrow enjoy the early part with this little front our backyard. maybe not quite as spectacular as check out the golden gate, you're a little bit some leftover a's. we have just a touch there that's an orange is in the background there, we'll get some winds picking up a little bit later on today by the way by the way speaking of that fog. it's pretty much reached its zenith or its peak so it will be mixing out over the next couple of hours. maybe problem areas that the immediate coast places like half moon bay looks like to temperatures for you we've got the mid to upper 40's up there in the north bay billy what a mild 55, some of the winds keeping temperatures supported 57 for oakland, 55
for can down the south bay. we've got 52 san jose and 51 for fremont leininger day up here all beautiful sunrise going on here 65 10:00am 1 o'clock we're talking 74, temperatures behaving themselves today. and tomorrow looks like not too bad on saturday, but after that. yeah we'll have that the long-range forecast for you and we'll let you know what's going on with the in terms of that in the 4 zone forecast later on back to about all right. thank you dave well this morning. we're also covering the latest bay area coronavirus cases and deaths. >>there's now more than 11,000 confirmed cases take a look at your screen. the numbers are right there. >>we have the numbers case by case break it down by county by city alameda now has the most cases with over 2500 and sections in 88 deaths. we're also seeing more than 2000 cases in santa clara and san francisco counties altogether there are more than 400 deaths you can find these numbers broken down by county and by
city on our website kron 4 dot com. well 2 more people have died from covid-19 at the windsor vallejo care center that brings the total number of deaths to 13 people. now so far 99 residents and 33 staff members there have tested positive. >>this is video protesters yesterday outside the nursing home they're demanding that the facility shut down an inspection last month by the health department sound 23 health citations at the care center and gave it a rating of much below average the status intent in section control strike team to assess for exposures and monitor the outbreak. >>to the south bay now where santa clara county is increasing testing for the coronavirus in fact they're now offering free testing for all residents. everyone can get tested at the police athletic league stadium that's in the san jose. officials chose this location because about 40% of the current are there are any sound jose but only about 20% the testing
has been done there. officials say they want to ramp up testing at this location to get a better idea of how the virus is spreading. >>this is where so many of our residents are working every day in the central industries, providing the food that is sustaining our community and kitchens, either frontline healthcare workers, they're doing all that they possibly can to put food on the table for their families and sustain our community and as a result they are at greater risk and so we need to ensure there's more testing here nice ever say to ensure that we are doing right by our entire community. >>now in order to be tested you must be 18 years of age or older and sign a health authorization form you want more details on how you make an appointment all you have to do is go to our website at kron 4 dot com. now to the east bay where help is on the way for small businesses in antioch the city council there is working on an economic stimulus package to support local school or stores that
have been hammered by the pandemic mayor shawn wright says the city is brainstorming a few ideas as antioch in contra costa county are working through phase. 2 of reopening the community. he says the city has up to $400,000 in reserves already included in the budget that money was originally designated for any ox re ban re branding campaign. the mayor says that that money could be used to reduce or eliminate license fees for the city's more than 300 small businesses. >>they're running just like you know people going paycheck to paycheck there one month to month. revenue house to pay the bills and when you go 2 months without revenue how do you get through that process. >>well the city council will be looking into the stimulus package at its next meeting that's on tuesday. they're hoping to vote on a plan within 3 weeks. and our coverage of the coronavirus continues on our website kron 4 dot com. we have the latest for you on the outbreaks in the bay area interactive map and a lot of information on ways to stay safe. you can find it all on our website at
kron 4 dot com. >>now to the developing news that we're following for you out of the east bay hayward police are investigating a deadly officer-involved shooting. it happened wednesday afternoon while police were performing a traffic stop in the area of wildwood and kelly street. police say the man was in his 20's and was a suspect in another case, the man died right there on scene and neighbors say they also saw police focusing their efforts on a home that's known for causing trouble in the neighborhood. >>so the shooting death. during the contact officers discharged his service weapon at this point we're still investigating to determine what led to that now that surprised i'm i'm not a lot of incidents with that house officers have been. >>been over there a lot and including mine because they tend to try to run from there into my yard and escaped.
>>well police still haven't released information about the man who died and per protocol, the officers involved in the shooting have been placed on paid administrative leave. >>well breaking news that we're following for you the naval air station in corpus christi texas says an active shooter on the base has been neutralized now the base was placed on lockdown at around 04:30am this morning about an hour later the base posted on their facebook page that the shooter was neutralized and local law enforcement was there on scene so the investigation is ongoing. we've learned that at least one person has been injured no other details right now about this incident have been released. >>still ahead on the kron 4 morning news, the unique way the city of san francisco is making sure you're keeping a safe distance from others well out of the part. >>plus the coronavirus isn't the only major health risk in the south bay right now. we'll tell you about the recent rise in sentinel use in santa clara county. and after the break the president is threatening to withhold funds from states
the forecast i heard a lot of rumor about a warming trend. so let's check in with dave spahr and see just how warm it's going to get 8th. >>hey good morning robin good morning, yes, a it looks like it will be coming true for us a little bit later on we have us a slight delay though next couple of days because this front is going to hiccup on the road here which to those that like the mild weather we've got a couple more days of that. but if you like it hot we've got that to oh yeah. brenda next week as well live shot coming in from u c berkeley air have some conversation in the skies here as well you can see some of the hazy fog off to the distance where the bay is and the same kind of deal here at the golden gate now we don't have much of a win yet you can see the flag in the far right there. we're all the oranges are we're expect a little bit more in the way of winds probably this afternoon overnight in for your friday morning. that's what the little front kind of on our back yard here that's going to lay the warm-up that's coming here. the big day you're going to see the real ascension if you will is going to be sunday and it will be most pronounced
of course the inland valleys. speaking of the fog kind of like unfinished business here if you will this will be mixing t in the next couple of hours problem areas may be hovering around half moon bay just a touch there. so for temperatures right now we've got the mid 40's to upper 40's up in the north bay hill coming in 5655 conquered it 54. that's the area zone that you expect the biggest pouncing and temperatures the big change between saturday sunday is going to be pronounced there. also a little bit up the solano county. certainly northeast of 52 meanwhile for san jose and 51 to fremont by comparison sake were actually a bit cooler of a good piece of real estate right now by a few degrees inland valleys like little more 5 degrees behind san francisco's also trailing 2 but fairfield coming in a couple degrees warmer. so look ahead of her fight over the sunshine here as you can see a mostly sunny and mild today 70's for the bay a few 80's happening in london. the most in contra costa county by the way and solano memorial day weekend all right turning. hot
that's going to be mostly on sundays on the hot stuff coming, coastal temperatures also getting into the 70's 80's for the bay. now next week wednesday, they'll be some slight cooling happening at the coast. this is kind of chipping away at what's happening that's a change that will start at the coast. and you'll feel that inland probably by noon thursday we get back in the 80's and the central valley going to be baking all next week, they're not really going to see a recovery. so for today we've got 67 san francisco, 72 for oakland 77 san jose noting the when they're in san francisco, they'll be front induced. late this afternoon and this evening. even into tomorrow morning too. there are the rest starting to encroach around the delta got the lower 80's at work there. the label at 68 but elsewhere throughout solano county certainly warming up 81 up to santa rosa 75 the bottle when 77 for livermore and san jose. coming up a little bit later on the broadcast of course, we'll check in with our neighbors in the 4 zone forecast we have
some decoupling of temperatures although not as dramatic as what we'll see in the next couple of days and certainly that extended forecast too. check in bay area roadways and bridges robin what's going on it's looking good easy breezy into san francisco using of the bay bridge will not be a problem you're clear through the maze it's very quiet on the upper deck. i haven't had any stalls or crashes are hot spots so far. >>anywhere on a tee even through downtown san francisco. so we're off to a fantastic start let's check in on 6 ad this is a live look at your drive to one craig sussex ad and both directions near south main you can see traffic moving well we haven't had any problems from pleasant hill wanted creek or even danville so so far looks good in both directions will check back in on some more freeways and bridges coming up in just a bit thank you all the covid-19 pandemic has some americans worried. >>about standing in line when they vote this november. that's why some states are taking steps to make it easier to vote by mail. president trump isn't pleased about that. john lawrence has more.
president trump once again blasting the vote by mail process. >>there's a lot of the legality they send in ballot said there. they harvest balance you know about harvesting and they do lots of bad things all eligible voters in michigan which is in the middle of a flooding emergency who will be sent in absentee ballot application for the 2020 election. the president took to twitter wednesday threatening to hold up funding to michigan. if they want to go down this voter fraud path. >>we are take politics out of this crisis moment and remember we're all finance system is secure. >>they are fined by her signature so really as we know the data shows butterflies infant has mall another swing state president trump lashed out is nevada. also hinting that he may hold up farms as station campy going down that path because it's a very dangerous path to go down states have a legal right to make electoral changes. >>and republicans have repeatedly been against federal intervention into elections. president trump
cast a ballot by mail earlier this year with regard to the president doing a male and vote on the president is after all the president which means he's here in washington. he's unable to cast his vote down in florida, his residence state of residence, i'm john lawrence reporting. >>and happening today president trump's former personal attorney michael cohen will be released from prison. >>he's expected to serve the rest of his sentence at home cohen's early release comes as the coronavirus continues to spread through the prison system. cohen was sentenced to 3 years in prison back in december of 2018. his charges include lying to congress and making hush money payments to adult movie actress stormy daniels and former playboy model karen mcdougal. they both claim they had encounters with president trump which he denies that. and bring them back to the bay area there's a new look at dolores park in san francisco as officials have drawn social distancing circles on the grass there you look closely you can see them. now it's this is a common sight at many parks around the
world due to the coronavirus pandemic and earlier this month mayor london breed threatened to close the lowest part because of the crowds. those circles are intended to keep people 6 feet away from each other. it's a good idea especially circle, a washington is governor newsome that his plan to reopen california. >>discriminates against churches, the head of the federal justice department's civil rights division argues that despite the pandemic newsome said allow some in person worship church services are mostly limited to online the governor says religious institutions could start welcoming parishioners back for limited in person services and the coming weeks. well developing news that we're following for you this morning out of the north bay we're working on getting more details on a 2 alarm house fire in sandra fell check out the location right here on the map it happened last night along 5th avenue near california avenue so far no word on how that fire started or if there was anyone inside.
another fire in the south bay is under investigation and broke out at an abandoned strip mall in san jose now this was the scene yesterday right along bascom avenue in southwest expressway and luckily, no one was hurt. no word yet on what sparked the flames. >>and coming up this morning an emotional goodbye as a san francisco man is able to reunite with his family after spending 2 months in the hospital battling covid-19 we'll have the emotional reunion coming up after the break. and we'll take a live look outside at the heavy traffic heading to the peninsula this morning starting to look back i wanted my hepatitis c gone. i put off treating mine. epclusa treats all main types of chronic hep c. whatever your type, epclusa could be your kind of cure. i just found out about mine. i knew for years.
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all the tragic loss or countries face during this pandemic there are some stories of victory. and that is really the case for a san francisco man who is finally back home with his family after spending 2 months in the hospital battling covid-19 6. >>clapping enough for him 69 year on to go develop a cough and a fever and mid march after returning home from a trip that he took to europe he tested positive for coronavirus and was on a ventilator for 40 days now following his winning battle against covid-19. ron is just glad to finally be when reunited with his family.
>>i just spoke with them a nurse that you know this and she said that. it was not only the ventilator that was we did this we did that we did this week that we were down to our last. our last option. it was legs. we're like 2 of the biggest sequoia trees that you could imagine and there's a wind up like this ever in life. wife number 2. there's no question if i was in another hospital, i would not be alive today. >>well tempo does have prostate cancer, but still he says he's very active. he's been in his wrist resting now, but he has big plans when he recovers and he's sending his sincere, thanks to the medical team at ucsf for changing his life and save well still ahead on kron 4 morning news nfl players preparing to return to their cities. >>i'm still a lot of questions still to be answered before they do that we'll find out what 49 ers running back raheem moster and his wife are most worried about. and we
have a brand new page on our website kron 4 dot com. it's called yes, we're open it's a list of restaurants and dining options that are open for takeout or delivery in the bay area. restaurant owners can submit their business to be added to the list and viewers can search the list to find places open near them checked today our fridge just stopped working.
restaurants and breweries and wineries those businesses are trying to reopen their patios as soon as this weekend and now the health office is making a plea to the state. >>kron four's are in kelly has reaction from business owners in downtown petaluma. >>so this means it's possible that restaurants wineries and breweries could open up their patios to customers as soon as this weekend and that's a big deal for those operating here in downtown petaluma where it's been a ghost town. even though retail stores are now open to curbside pickup. the city says they're now reaching out to local restaurants to see how they can make things easier for restaurants that don't already have outdoor seating the way. >>allow for expand expand outdoor dining whether in the public right away like sidewalks or some open areas that we haven't had a little laugh. or potentially even in some parking spaces there are.
there are that you can actually serve install a small that. and allow for outdoor seating and a parking space. the city says they're planning to waive fees and looking at how they can speed up permitting so businesses could revamp in days versus weeks and they're offering no interest loans owners can afford to make changes. the owner of cafe zazzle says business is down dramatically since they cut their hours and went to take out only because of the pandemic even still they say. >>they are not going to rush into putting tables out here on the sidewalk. right away, you know, neither of us want to get sick, we don't get our staff sack. >>we don't want our staffs families to get sick and the fact of people taking our masks off and eating and drinking. i'm not crazy about that yet in allen so we are going to baby steps we may not go as fast as some of the other businesses but at this point there is no indication that a new sonoma county health order would open up
travel so if these establishments are able to serve out doors in time for the upcoming memorial day weekend. >>the city of petaluma says as much as they'd like to see tourists come back here for now this would be for locals only maureen kelly kron 4 news. >>tesla's dropping a federal lawsuit against alameda county. the lawsuit was filed 2 weeks ago after tesla accused the county's health department of overstepping federal and state restrictions when it stopped tesla for restarting production at its fremont factory alameda county eventually gave the law must permission to restart after he threatened to move operations out of state tesla's fremont factory employs about 10,000 workers and to make roughly 40,000 cars a year. well this year's pride parade is council of the covid-19 won't stop san francisco from celebrating the event's 50th anniversary it will just be online so little different this year, but we're still celebrating festival organizers released the
details of what's being called pride 50 instead of the typical flag-raising ceremony. the festivities will begin on friday june says with a live stream hosted by mayor london breed. the u.s., a pride president says the real celebration will be june 27th and 28th. some would like, but it has it right was still going on record to basically take pride that you knew. >>and put it into a gradual warm so we're going to be programming 13 hours with the constant. i'm going from saturday to sunday. >>yeah so tune in you'll be able to watch the celebration on the ortanization's website s f pride dot org. >>the coronavirus isn't the only public health crisis we're dealing with in the bay area. health officials and police are sounding the alarm over about a dramatic increase in fatal doses of fentanyl kron four's rob fladeboe has the story. >>and what you don't know here can kill you and the other for
a county deputy da brian bucklew raising the alarm about a surge in fatal fentanyl overdoses in the last week or 2 there been approximately 7 fatal fentanyl low t is which i'm a year-over-year is off the charts widely available fake opioid pills and other street drugs laced with fentanyl have been linked to 19 deaths so far this year compared with just 7 a year ago, 10 of those people were between 1625 a number of these young people are getting the bills through snapchat and other social media outlets from the overdoses represent the other current public health crisis and may be related to the coronavirus pandemic says county house near a par with that i leave the shelter in have played it well. >>the last 2 to 3 months. you know our have. >>tend to use more subsidio so so we have seen a number of
steps in use calls overdose as we have a great concern that young people now being out of school have free time their board and i'm there i'm looking for new experiences bucklew says some users know they're taking fentanyl while others do not a recent fatal overdose led to the county's first fentanyl related murder charge. we have a drug dealer knowingly selling fentanyl aware of its dangerous properties to someone who doesn't i know that they're purchasing settled a thing for purchasing oxycodone and so they take it accordingly and they overdose and die. >>among the more common forms of fentanyl or fake percocet pills like these staffed with am on one side and the number 30 on the other and so it's those concerns with a shelter-in-place staff at. >>it's setting the stage for young people to experiment with drugs and what we're trying to say here it can kill you in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news. and this just in
according to court documents actress lori loughlin and loughlin and her husband will be pleading guilty in the college admissions. >>bribery scandal. loughlin and her husband were accused of paying half-a-million dollars to admissions consultant to help her daughters get into the university of southern california. this scandal swept across the country and involve several bay area parents and a coach at stanford loughlin and her husband agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy to her to commit wire and mail fraud. she will serve 2 months in prison her what her husband will be sentenced to 5 months in prison. the new iphone update is making it easier to unlock your phone while you wear a mask, the latest the i o s update includes a modified version of its face id feature. now if you swipe up once while wearing a face covering you'll immediately be able to enter your passcode the previous feature force you to wait a few seconds before you can enter the code. the new i o s also lets you use apps created by public health
agencies that send you a notification if you've been in contact with someone who tested positive for covid-19. the future looks promising for nfl teams getting back on the field, but there are a lot of unknowns as to how it's all going to work. >>49 ers running back raheem mostert is innovative with his at home workouts but is ready to head back to the field he recently signed a 3 year $9 million contract with the niners and he expect his workload to increase. >>a life has been concerned she's actually you've cried, i'm you know a couple times just because she wants to make sure not only myself but on those 90 guys are in the locker all be safe and their families as well so only had tossed about in you know. she understands that no matter what you know this is my this is my job. >>well if and when sports duke kickoff, it will look a lot different right as it's likely that teams will play an empty stadiums just won't be the
same. the oakland a's are reportedly refusing to pay one million in rent for the coliseum essentially the team doesn't want to pay for stadium that it can't use because of the pandemicthe a's released a statement saying that because of the bans on public gatherings of more than 1000 people at city facilities, including the coliseum the joint powers authority has been able to make the coliseum available. the team says it supports the health directives spy both the city and state. the start of the baseball season has been delayed because of the virus, they're still no word on wh or where they'll play ball. this year. >>the leaders in the cripple tv and film industry met with state capitol reporter ashley zavala explains how that industry is navigating the pandemic and what they're asking of the governor. >>yeah that it may jog wednesday's business roundtable was not lights camera action before so zoom a new and discussed the current conditions of the tv and film
industry governor gavin newsome virtually met with film and tv leaders like hollywood director ava duvernay and netflix executive ted sarandos sewer says netflix has productions underway in places like south korea and iceland. leaders say these are paving the way for the future of production protocols, slight swing a they're not that we're not doing testing but they're going gone, terry >>in the weeks leading up to endure throughout the production of in anyone with the symptoms immediately suspending production is shut down until you get results after john what does noting this is a frustrating time for american middle class actors middle class happens have side also said that that other job they restaurant and she's so they've lost your are 2 fronts so. >>of course people want to get back to work now because you know we have to work in our center celts union leader danny siemens raising concerns of the necessary but high cost of making production safer amid the pandemic he suggested
california consider more incentives to keep productions and state someone needs to pay for all this and so there's a very fine line in the middle of all this of having is safe to her cause possible keep everybody safe as possible. >>but also keep it within the constructs of financially feasible due verne a asking the governor the question lingering for so many the question remember us and just all of us that work is when are we going to be able to you some says monday. he will release more guidelines for some counties meeting requirements for for the reopening, including tv and film production, but the governor says hollywood's home is likely not included for now, but it remains challenging part of the state forest ill and sought we are so concerned that the 2 weeks behind that actually everybody else in sacramento, ashley zavala kron 4 news. >>governor newsom's plan to cover the state budget deficit includes budget cuts that could keep more than 45,000 people out of nursing homes,
some argue that that's a bad idea since the pandemic has taken a huge toll on nursing homes. the governor is proposing a move that would make fewer seniors eligible for medicaid. he's also suggesting cuts to a nutrition program that offers meals to older adults in group settings. >>well to the east bay now a suspected child molester could get out of jail soon one lead helms e is asking for bill reduction because of concerns over the coronavirus the 60 year-old is accused of multiple child molestation crimes, including continuous abuse and lewd acts upon a child. see will be in court tomorrow asking for bail reduction is currently being held without bail at the to jail in dublin after being arrested and charged with child abuse back in 2019. authorities say that parents should be concerned of homes in his release the community should be concerned as well. >>this person is a prolific serial child molester don't know how much more dangerous an individual you could have released into the community.
>>see is a dublin resident there for release he would likely be placed on home confinement close in close proximity to several neighborhood parks and schools. >>lots of sunshine expected for your thursday however going into the holiday weekend temperatures will be warming up to a big play. but just today they'll be somewhat controlled look for highs in the lower 80's ahead. >>and coming up after the break famous vacation spot. caesars palace is preparing to reopen, but things are going to be a little different coming up we'll have an exclusive look on
>>good morning, welcome back the time check the weather forecast with meteorologist dave spahr as we take this live look outside beautiful view of the golden gate bridge little hazy though and days here to tell us more about to heat up that's going on around the bay area beginning on the weekend right. >>yeah, it's just going to be delayed by just a couple of days and then away we go on into early next week it's going to be something it's going to hang around after the holiday is over into tuesday and even into wednesday and many portions of the bay area typically inland, you won't really feel much of a change the coastal areas will start chipping away probably as early as maybe tuesday, here's a shot of the bay bridge you can see the sun coming up over the east bay hills that doesn't have the intrusion of the cloud cover that we had from yesterday. temperatures right now we've got the 40's going on up in the north bay
57 of all a hoax 55 conquer to 5450 for livermore and san jose check senate 52. we do see winds coming into this program ahead of that front really picking up by this evening in some of the east heels off to the distance there. valleys and up to the north bay as well, but that looks like that's going to hold together to camp in the north bay all overnight and greeting us as late as friday morning as well so it's going to stick around for a while with that front right there in our backyard. it's a mild break before the heat spike kick said again that will probably be noticed in earnest on sunday. that's when the big climb will be in the central valley up this is child's play right now 82 bakersfield, fresno 84. sacramento att to meanwhile on the central coast 60 too for monterey san francisco, 67 about the so cal 73 for la x and san diego comes in at 77. 4 zone forecast covering you for your thursday, 67 san francisco's mission district about 68. daly city at 6661 pacifica
half moon bay at 66. >>northern end of the peninsula in the upper 60's, 70 for burlingame heading down south will get some of these mid 70's at work here for palo alto mountain view. redwood city about 73. meanwhile to the south bay most reading staying only in the 70's accept morgan hill getting up to about 81. so the proposal little bit getting into the lower 80's here 77 san jose santa clara at 77 as well east bay shoreline to the south lower 70's and tri valley, 77 dublin 76 74. and 80 per concord with waller creek at 7874 for our richmond and off of the delta not too bad today, 82 for any oct but again a couple of days different story 68 chilly degrees. the laos 77 napa so let's 78 81 coming in for santa rosa. what the north bay coast and the lower 60's. so it's pretty quiet for a couple of days here and then we get are already here by sunday. look at monday and tuesday
away we go. by wednesday, the effects will be felt probably at the coast chipping away at things. and then start to impact eastern contra costa county solano counties by thursday and into friday, a little bit we'll get some really happening there, but it could be a little later it's going to be played toasty before we get there robin bay area bridges and traffic how we shaken a little busy as folks are rolling across our bridges heading back to work this morning, the traffic looks good so into san francisco we haven't had much of a backup all morning, it's been clear on the upper deck no crashes, no stalls to worry about is you have to use westbound 80 come on and a live look at the richmond sandra fell where traffic is nice and smooth as well a great trip across the span it's under 10 minutes to make it into the north bay. >>and we'll check one on one across the golden gate bridge your trip into and out of san francisco also doing just fine no problems in the north bay, it's just clear out of novato rolling south 125 minutes to make it to san francisco.
>>a lot of folks are looking forward to that first vacation one says pam dem pandemic is over in one of the most popular destinations will likely be las vegas have the las vegas. but what wilson city look like when it starts welcoming guests back. >>that he's valdez sat down with the general manager of caesars palace to get a look at how the hotel is preparing. >>what do you think a post pandemic las vegas, specifically caesars palace is going to look like well, i think you'll see a lot of social distancing throughout all different parts of the will be encouraging customers to check and through mobile technology. >>to use the asset someone wants to check in at the front desk. the social separation between the groups when you looked throughout the gaming floor. it will look a little bit different the black jack table used to have 6 spots now we're only going to 3 people per table a busy. >>dice table that could have 14 or more customers will now be limited to 6. so you'll see a lot around social distancing in every part of the business
and you'll see a lot of hand sanitizer will encourage our guests to wash their hands as frequently as possible. and we'll make hand sanitizers readily available as we can that the company's already acquired over 225 million dabs of hand sanitizer so it will be plentiful so they're obviously in a casino a lot of touch surfaces cards and dice and. >>in vinyl how do you control that to keep that clean and safe for your guests right so here every time a guest will get up from when i guess it's down to the table a deal or will offer hand sanitizer to a customer. >>when an individual gets up from the chair, the chair will be cleaned and the rail will be cleaned before the next guest sits down so throughout all parts of the property going to see a lot around sanitation a lot around disinfecting whether it's table slots are other parts of the business all caesars staff will wear a face covering. >>mask may not be mandatory for guest, but they'll be provided and heavily encouraged our mass will be mandatory for all of our employees and our guests will
be strongly encouraged to wear masks as well. >>they'll be offered to our customers whether their lodging with us or whether they're not watching with us so it literally walk in the door if you're not wearing a mask you offer them a mask perhaps not at the front door if you check in at the hotel front desk. if you're sitting at a table game, a dealer will have access to mask the season towards center will have masks and not necessarily at the entry points but anybody that wants a mask will be able to happen ask players to players to wow. >>you've never been able to have a face covering in a casino that's right that's right. high don't carry that out everything that we're doing to change the business. >>is based on directives were getting from government agencies whether it's the 7 a better health district for the cdc year the gaming control board's that govern the business so we're taking their directives in executing those in the business one thing you won't see is plexiglas between players or surrounding any tables. >>dice will be disinfected and playing cards constantly refreshed plus half of the
slot machines will be out of service for removing every other slot share deactivating every other machine so. >>approximately 750 units will be deactivated. >>well that was denise valdez reporting from las vegas while no exact reopening date has been given caesars palace is preparing for june first will see how it comes to cannes right around the corner. >>yvonne force happen to salute the class of 2020 and this morning we want to congratulate mahlich asked for well, it is a graduating from on high school in belmont she's planning on pursuing a career in nursing and you can let us know about a graduate in your life just by going to kron 4 dot com and finding the salute to tab underneath the news tab. then submit a picture of your graduate let us know the high school that the graduate attended and what's next in store for us and we'll be right back. ♪ ♪
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tilting and pivoting by the time we get to the weekend. a heat spike coming our way towards the end of the holiday weekend back to you. >>sounds great thanks. a lot more coming up in the next hour, the kron 00:04am morning news, university of california says the campuses will be opening in the fall, we'll find out how they plan to make sure that health orders will be obeyed. and a deadly officer-involved shooting is under investigation in the east bay this morning, we'll east bay this morning, we'll mrs. walker. east bay this morning, we'll michael vasquez! come over here. i've heard such good things about you, your company. well, i wouldn't have done any of it without you. without this place. this is for you. michael, you didn't have to... and, we're going to need some help with the rest. you've worked so hard to achieve so much. perhaps it's time to partner with someone who knows you and your business well enough to understand what your wealth is really for.
>>good morning, everyone and thank you for joining us on this thursday may 20th i'm robin winston good morning, everybody, i'm marty gonzales will get right to our top story for this thursday morning happening today. we could learn more about what schools will look like when students return to the classroom education leaders from across the state are expected to lay out a blueprint for what could be required in classrooms on wednesday state school superintendent tony thurmond said that access to personal protective equipment will be required for schools to reopen. he also emphasized that districts will make their own decision on when and how to reopen that could include a hybrid learning a system a combination of traditional classroom teaching along with learning from home. >>but john sasaki with the oakland unified school district wonders how effectively schools can practice safety as they cope