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>> inflation is hit a new 40
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year high. the cost of gas food and most other goods and services is up 8.6% from the same time last year. this the biggest increase since 1981 putting pressure on the federal reserve to keep raising interest rates. a poll from abc news earlier this week showed 3 in 5 americans actually disapprove of president biden's handling of the economy. but the president says his administration is making moves to get things in the right direction. >> i would never seen anything like putin's both food and gas. america should also understand our economy has unique strengths that we can build on the job market is the strongest. been since world war. 2 not withstanding inflation. we add another 390,000 jobs last month. 1 million, 700,000 new jobs since it took office an all time record never that many jobs and that too.
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>> the president says inflation is also a global issue and not just something happening here in the u.s. dave. >> weather, we're having some big-time deflation going on. look at the temperatures fall for highs today. we're talking only upper 70's in the far east bay today as some cloud cover the afternoon. start to spring. you folks there in the south bay. that's what the 80's are going to hang on. we'll take a look at that 4 zone forecast and the extended because there's another pop of some 90's. the kron 4 morning news content. why hide your skin if dupixent has your moderate to severe eczema or atopic dermatitis under control? hide my skin? not me. by hitting eczema where it counts, dupixent helps heal your skin from within keeping you one step ahead of eczema. hide my skin? not me. and that means long-lasting clearer skin and fast itch relief for adults.
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to more wellness solutions every day. get more with nature's bounty. >> to some people, it might sound too good to be true, but could a four-day workweek become a reality? and if that does happen, it could benefit both workers and companies in the long run. sloane glass has more on the thousands of uk employees who will be working 4 days a week for the next 6 months. >> the dream of a four-day workweek where employees could spend one less day in the office without seen any cut to their pay. now over reality for thousands of employees in the uk. more than 3,000 workers across 70 companies participating in the 6 month pilot program beginning monday from tax specialist to fish and chip chefs. researchers at cambridge university, oxford
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university and boston college will assess the shortened workweeks effect on productivity and quality of life. with results expected sometime in 2023. and while this is the largest study of the four-day workweek, it's far from the first microsoft tested the program for their employees in japan in 2019 and so productivity shoot up by a whopping 40%. and in new zealand, prime minister jacinda ardern has suggested a shorter workweek could save the country's economy by relying on residents rather than tourists to spend money locally on their extra day off. what started as a pilot program is now becoming permanent in the city of morgantown, west virginia, after city leaders saw overwhelmingly positive results. it's pretty positive support. but i think the lack >> negativity and the strong support and the but going from a firm that employs i i don't see it going away.
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>> four-day workweeks lead to higher employee satisfaction without a noticeable drop in productivity. it can also help % companies retain employees longer something even more important to employers as jobless reports. 73 1% of currently employed workers are actively thinking about quitting their jobs. >> in june, their employees were quitting in droves by august. they've implemented a four-day week. people are dramatically happier and have never been more productive. >> we have dave spahr standing by with our weather forecast. dave, any thoughts about the four-day workweek? >> well, that's just 10 days for for, you know, i think if you had like these horrendous commute to some folks have, i can totally see that. yeah. and then being in favor something they're going to maybe miss being on the road for 3 hours or 4 hours a day. but, you know, might be more productive staying at home. yeah, i know and we're looking at much cooler temperatures
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going on for today. sfo. look at that over yonder. little dark out there that just a bit of fog bank going on check. no delays. happening in the cloud cover will be spreading off towards the east bay this afternoon. so you ask yourself little trip up a tahoe question. mark. >> here's what the forecast looks like. climbing steps. 64 tomorrow. 71 tuesday wednesday, 81, mostly sunny skies for this little period here. we're on to something here. you get the general trend that will be repeated in the bay little warm up for the middle of the week. temperature check for you. 71 for antioch, mid 60's off to the east bay. not a big decouple and we don't see along the east bay shoreline contrast with well inland up to the north bay, lower 60 67, san jose. hey, over the future cast for and you'll see some of the cloud cover start to spill on in a couple little sprinkles to be had out there. maybe a sprinkle here or there, but on balance will be the cloud cover colder temperatures and more humid. this is all coupled with that on shore. when we talk about as well clearing up very quickly by tonight, too, heading over to the winds, a
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little breezy going on up there to solano county, the north bay and protect the off towards the east bay. the system drops to the south. it starts clearing out the skies in the north bay. and then the cloud cover starts to fill in to the south bay by this point overnight by tomorrow morning, a bit breezy along the coast and really across the wider bay. and that will settle down in the later morning hours. there's all the traffic we're missing. most of the rain is far up towards the north. clears out. high pressure. builds midweek, stop. this is our little he pump. and then the next system gets here in all. it gives us is cooler temperatures drive some winds and scattered clouds. we've seen this movie before. absent any substantial rain with any of that. of course, 4 zone forecast for the sunday, much reduced number. 67, san francisco to the coast, lower 60's. a couple 50's here and there 71 for burlingame to the south. look at that. upper 70 still. but lee says 87 on palo alto in redwood city, but there's little bit more of a warm by us to the south here, 80 san jose morgan hill. 84 80 for cupertino, east bay
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shoreline, mid 70's, but tri valley, upper 70's. forget the 90's. the 80's are also gone to for the most part, at least upper 70's. we expect we get we compare that with the east bay shoreline and lower 70's that that's the contrast. not as great. now with the new weather pattern here. 65 allay 77 fairfield napa at 74. 77 santa rosa. so we warm up again the next couple of days reached art is enough. wednesday, 91 heat pump will call it, break it back down again for next weekend, which looks to be mostly sunny for now. but you'll notice or get back to close to the seasonality, if not a little bit on the cooler side. meanwhile, coastal numbers will stay in the 60's through the period there. stephanie, thanks very much. day. >> now the bay area baseball, the giants taking on their rival, the dodgers at oracle park playoffs in the 8th inning. a wild pitch allows jock peterson. the score and makes it 3 to one giants. and that proved to be a big play in the game. the dodgers will come back and score another
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run. but the giants held on to win by a final of 3 to 2. >> the giants will go for the series sweep this afternoon. first pitch set one. 0, 5 at oracle park. >> everything about building an app will turns up. you're obviously not alone, especially here in the silicon valley of those people everyday working to make their dreams a reality building and launching apps by learning to code rich demuro explains in today's tech smart. >> every app we use, our phones starts with a line of code. and while big-time apps like spotify and tiktok have lots of people programming them. anyone with a device and a dream can create an app. >> coating the new dream of success. when we got invited to come to this like a disneyland frontrunners. it's truly remarkable experience. it was a long it took me days to get here. >> coders attend apple's worldwide developers conference to learn about the programming tools they can use
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to make better apps to get here to get there innovation julia patrick came all the way from ukraine to a tent currently according to the little one man, i'm not allowed to leave the country she's just one of thousands hoping to network and gain valuable skills that will translate into app downloads. so i was someone who is waking up with an alarm clock and us news. but at least 3 times every morning and he was better that lead lizzie and walking ground to make an app called yoga. wake up. it wakes you up gently with audio guided yoga and meditation by a variety of expert teachers. >> how to breed with those your fingers and toes and then turns into like a bigger strachan. the next thing, you know, you're waking, you know what's news? 16 year-old high school student. angelina savoy is one of apple's student challenge. winners was amazing. just getting to know the ceo of apple and presenting my him. she built an app called lilac inspired by her mom. it helps single parents identify helpful
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resources in their community is truly incredible opportunity we have right now and we should. >> absolutely. employers skill sets and our creativity in order to build solutions. second intially have worldwide. benefits. >> apple said it paid out about 60 billion dollars to developers in 2021 alone. that means this stream is still very much alive and well. all right. ali said any of the apps i mentioned go to my website. it is rich on tech dot tv. i'm rich demuro and you are tech smart. >> we'll be right back.
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is launching its own study and to foes, the space agency says it's setting up an independent team to see how much information is. >> available on foes and how much more is needed. the study will examine, quote, observations of events that caenot be identified as aircraft or no natural phenomena. the nine-month study will be entirely open with no classified military data use. scientists believe the milky way galaxy is filled with millions or even billions of black holes, though they've always been very difficult to spot. scientists are using a technique called gravitational microlensing to identify those black holes. a team of uc berkeley scientists think
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they've identified a free floating black hole 2 to 6,000 light years away. really cool stuff since light cannot escape a black hole. they could only typically be found by the light distortion that they can cause a nearby objects and knowing this scientists say this whole process is like trying to find a needle in a haystack. thanks to understanding their understanding of black holes. astronomers now estimate the nearest one to earth could be as close as 80 light years away. still ahead in the next hour on the kron 4 morning news, nascar returns to sonoma county. >> we have a live report with our camila barco coming up. and a covid test is needed for international is no longer needed for international travelers. starting today. we explain what you need to know. and breaking news overnight, a large police presence outside an apartment complex in san
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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 4 morning news >> hey, good morning. thank you so much for joining us on the kron. 4 morning news. i'm stephanie lin. it's sunday june 12 and we have a lot to get to for you this morning. but let's start by kicking things off over to dave spahr in the weather center. hey, day a good morning, stephanie. good morning, everybody. and cloud cover in fog are hallmarks of what we're seeing going on today. >> not real were unusual. see some fog bank going on here at half moon bay. we didn't see that yesterday, though. >> and this is all going to be a cooling mechanism for us today. so we'll get that enjoyment out of that little bit more humid, though. we'll feel to the uptick the off towards the east bay. now, 71 for antioch. a lot of 60's control, the east bay little mercury movement. you can see 68 meanwhile for san jose and 57 san francisco with the general on flow onshore flow pattern, which we enjoy. that
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also helps cases keeps us a little cooler were trailing a little today, which we expect with the cloud cover, helping out to half a dozen degrees behind for most of the geography and that negative 11 up there to the bottle. but they were kind of freakishly high yesterday morning. there's a look at stormtracker 4 noting some scattered showers far up towards the north for the bay. maybe a little bit of a sprinkle is a possibility statistically, but this system is basically the track to the northeast of our perspective. back to that fog bit. we'll see that clear out for the bay for the most part. but then tomorrow, repeat performance. no, not really. because the system will be passed us. so we'll be a little drier. but sunny, in clear. so the breakdown today, interesting enough. the cloud cover will spill into the east bay later today. so that will keep temperatures more suppressed. it will be a little warmer in the south bay. it will take longer to get down there. so temperatures will have a chance pop as they clear out of the north bay. late this afternoon. temperature check, most readings in the 70's. a couple scratch about 80 more in forecast in a bit.
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stephanie, thanks very much, david. >> breaking news we're following. 3 people are dead after a shooting overnight in san jose. we have video from the scene. this is on crescent village circle and the shooting happened just before one this morning. we know 2 men and a woman died at the scene. investigation is still ongoing. but police say preliminary information shows that they believe that this incident was a murder suicide. this is the 15th and 16th homicides of the year in san jose. police have not said what led up to this shooting. we are expecting some more information from the department later today and we'll update you as soon as we have that. now international travel is going to become a whole lot easier for americans. the u.s. no longer requiring a negative covid-19 test to enter the country and this new policy went into effect at midnight. ryan bay spoke with experts about how this could impact tourism across the country. i think at
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this point in the pandemic, i think it's something that >> just needs to so i think it's it's long overdue. >> passengers, you've been cleared for takeoff, covid test or not. travelers abroad flying to the u.s. will no longer need to show proof of a negative test before boarding their trip to the states. the cdc said based on the science and the data testing, international travelers is no longer needed to slow the spread of the virus. >> covid spread so much throughout the world. it's just everyone has in this everywhere now says really no stopping it. we really just are glad now it's dropping. we can actually travel internationally without any worries. >> that's not only relief for travelers like matthew but airline tourism groups. and even some politicians who've been lobbying the biden administration for months to drop the policy that's been in place since the start of last year. the president of airlines for america praised the move, saying the dropping the testing requirement. we'll encourage and restore air travel to the u.s. benefiting communities across the country that rely heavily on travel and tourism to support their local economies. and the data
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seems to back him up on that. the u.s. travel association released an analysis this month saying international visitors are expected to increase by 18% after cutting the testing mandate, which will bring additional 9 billion in tourism revenue. a 12% book las vegas. nevada is certainly a city that will see a boost in overseas visitors, which is always been a money maker for sin city. about a congresswoman. dina titus represents the las vegas district said the testing requirement was the main deterrent and people visiting the u.s.. we want those international tours because they stay longer and they spend which means a big revenue boost for the entire tourism community. >> but especially airlines to charge a premium for international travel, which according to airlines for america, is still down. 24% from pre-pandemic levels. so sunday is the day that air carriers and travelers abroad have been waiting months for. >> it's going to be a lot easier. a lot easier have to get that protest and worry about that. so that worries away gone. it's it's it's going to be relief to people not needing to this. now.
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>> that was ryan bass reporting for us this morning. and it just a matter of days. covid vaccines for kids under the age of 5 are expected to get federal approval now in anticipation of this move, pharmacies have started placing orders for the shot. young kids are the only group ofiamericans not yet eligible for the covid vaccine. the fda and cdc both expected to meet next week to discuss approving the vaccine for kids. and if that's green lid, then those shots could start going into arms as soon as june. 21st. happening today, start your engines. the toyota save mart 3.50, nascar race is back at sonoma raceway and for the first time since the start of the pandemic, the crowd for this race will be at 100% capacity. sounds like they're letting everybody in trump force. camila barco is live at the sonoma raceway with more. looks like you got a live interview lined up there for you for us. >> yes, stephanie, we have jet molly here with sonoma raceway
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communications joining us this morning from sonoma raceway. the race starts at 01:00pm today. the fans they're about to come inside the gates open in less than half an hour. and jeff, we are expecting many people here today for the first time in 3 years. you guys are running at full capacity. yeah, absolutely. it's really exciting to be able to get these grandstands poll. >> we have been doing that since 2019 is expecting a huge crowd today. the toyota save mart 3.50, the nascar cup series. that's our one-stop every year in northern california. pretty excited for all the fans are coming in the driver's. you guys have a lot for fans to do. it's not just the race. you guys have. >> plenty of airshow. tell me what people can expect before the race. there's much going on off the track as there is on the track. i mean, my bill to see behind us. there's a ferris wheel back there. people can ride. we have driver appearances all morning brantley. gilbert's going to be doing a pre-race concert. the patriot jet team is going to an air show from noon to
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like 12. 25, we have a lot of celebrities coming out here today, fred warner, that linebacker for the forty-niners. he's gonna drive the pace car. >> the bella twins, former press special wrestlers. they're going to give the command to start engines. a lot of excitement going on out here and then let's talk about the race this course it's a little different from last year was here last but this year, it's a little different talk about what it's looking like for the drivers. well, we made one change. we have the track can be 2 configurations, either the carousel, which makes it a 12 term track or the shoot, which makes it a 10 term tracked. >> we're using the shoot this year to 10 turn tracked. that adds 20 laps to the rate. so it makes the race longer because it makes the core shorter. so it's a little bit tougher for the drivers. a little bit more high speed. >> kyle larson right up. the road in elk grove is on the pole for the 5th consecutive time here at sonoma. he's the defending race. winner is the defending series champion. it will be the guy to beat. >> if i'm correct, there's about 36 drivers starting this race and it's 110 laps that they have to complete. that's correct of the 36 in the
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starting field, 110 laps, which means 110 times you've got to negotiate that hair pinned down and turn 11 and that is quite a turn. and nascar just thinking about that makes me a little dizzy, anything else that people can expect anything else that people should know before heading out here today, if they are coming out here are tickets even still available. you can you can get tickets at the gate or you can go online right now and you can get your tickets. download onto your phone to come to the gate. if you're not, if you're not planning on coming, you need to change your mind coming out. now, look, we don't start bracing for another. what, for 5 hours. so you've got plenty of time today to make your plans coming out here. enjoy the afternoon with us. all right. well, thank you so much, jeff and stephanie, like he said, the race doesn't start until 01:00pm. the gates open at 8.30 and there is plenty things for people to do. it is going to be a great day here at sonoma raceway. we will be to one of the other organizers about something else. a little special here at the raceway in the next hour. but for now, back to you looking forward to it. thank you. camila. >> coming up on the kron, 4 morning news, san mateo hold
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their annual pride celebration for the first time since the pandemic. we show you what pandemic. we show you what happened. ♪ i stand alone ♪ ♪ and the fire in the sky ♪ ♪ ♪ wait and see ♪ ♪ shadow down ♪ ♪ fall into line ♪ ♪ you're out of time ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ fall ♪ ♪o line ♪ treat dad to father's day at lowe's. >> welcome back. pride events are happening all month long across the bay area here and on the peninsula, san mateo county brought back its in-person celebration just yesterday. kron four's gayle ong has the story. >> it is the 10th annual san mateo pride celebration and
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the first in-person event since the pandemic. happy friday. everyone. from dancing. and this is what i've been told that the grand prize to giveaways people gathered at central park in san mateo saturday afternoon to celebrate pride month. >> love crime and i love drag if they're still here. still crowd. this is critical the accounting for people to come together to celebrate pride and to celebrate in our community is really important. >> there were several vendor booths with food and resources from lgbtq+ organizations in the county. it feels so great just to see really. >> when comes to my mind is the acceptance and families celebrating her with their children and they're waving the rainbow flag progress. pride, flags. and so there's that the understanding is located that into our next
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generation that yes, you know, this is humanity with when there's humanity, there's diversity and there will be more pride events in the county through the end of the month. reporting from san mateo gayle ong kron. 4 news. >> people come. >> and she's sunshine there, we're not seeing a whole lot. as we start the day except inland going on here. some cloud cover is expected in the afternoon. there's temperatures hold into the 70's little cooler today and into
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>> hey, welcome back. time now for another check of our weather with meteorologist dave spahr is going to give us a closer look at conditions >> hey, good morning, stephanie. good morning, everybody. we talked about the bay area. fog in cloud cover san jose state. different story going on in the south bay. lots of sunshine to start. we're seeing this also inland as well to off to the east bay. but don't forget, the cloud cover will be scratching off towards the east and south throughout the day today, making it down to the south bay by the latter portion of today, however, will probably see some better warming happening down south today, then off towards the east bay, current numbers, 73, antioch, a lot of 60 still in the east bay. 68 also for san jose and up to the north bay, lower to middle 60's as we go handing over to future cast for kind of see the pattern going on for today. what noticed a couple stray sprinkles are a possibility. but here we go by 5 o'clock already clearing out on the north bay as this cloud cover starts to settle south down the monterey bay clears out overnight will be left with some winds along the coast as well into tomorrow morning. a
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little bit up in the north bay as well. so we're going to see those on shore winds really pick up quite a bit going forward. here's the coverage during the east bay in the north bay. for the most part this afternoon. however, with the passage of the system, here comes another dose overnight, as you'll notice, again, little stronger at the coast and you're seeing inland by tomorrow morning. so the game plan is this east bay shoreline shot all that cloud cover their bake clouds, variable clouds happening in lynn on balance today, humid and not as hot near about 80 lot of upper 70's to be had today, though, in spots that they this all 90, even as recently as yesterday, potentially this week, mostly sunny warming, 80's, 90 ish for wednesday. that's the heat pump day the next weekend. back to the 70's. everything breaks down again. another system passes dry for us, unfortunately, but it will be the cloud cover and colder temperatures we're talking about and also a bit of moisture at the surface here friday, some scattered clouds mostly sunny by our saturday. so we open up the skies. it looks like into next weekend,
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although it will be cooler. 67, san francisco, 71 for oakland, 80 san jose sonseeahray bit more of that warming down south as you'll notice far east bay numbers near 80, though, in the upper 70's coming up in a bit. of course, we'll have the 4 zone forecast for you and check into the extended stephanie, thanks very much, dave. >> happy pride month in person, events finally returned to the bay area and right here at kron 4, we're showing you all the different ways that you can celebrate for decades. glide memorial church in san francisco has worked to champion lgbtq+ rights. here's sure share more about what they've got planned this month is minister of celebration. marvin white, thanks so much for being with us today. martin. >> thanks for having us on today. well, so first off, i love for people to get some more information about your historically, the religious community has not always been the friendliest towards the lgbtq+ community. so. >> how was your church been different? yeah. and
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>> you know, clyde has never been other other churches, you know, from the early part of organizing we're youth organization, vanguard to working what trans folks marrying folks. one of the first marriages happened because cecil williams, the reverend cecil williams officiating. so we've got a long history of not just conclusion, but really having table that it's built by lgbtq+, folks. and that work continues. our i'm a black, a minister. he memorial church, our leadership is as for up where folks as well. wonderful and, >> you know, mister, you've got a lot happening this month. walk us through some of the celebrations that you have planned. >> yeah, we're really, really excited today. we have an amazing guest preacher, although she doesn', like me to call her future opera name.
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is diana locps mean she is a comedian and a satirist and a self-described geek. she's also an ally and she's going to be doing a comedy asked our sermon today next sunday. we have the amazing brian freeman. he's the co-founder world famous performance to call the poll after homeowners going to have music. all of this leading towards the energy that will need to get a contingent down market street sunday. >> so it sounds like you have a blend of virtual as well as in person. >> yeah, that's for sure. we even have a virtual talk show style event called dragon spirituality with our digital chapman and and rack minister body by that. and she'll be interviewing. artists at the intersection of spirituality and track to see how those 2 things work together and how our gifts often come out of.
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you know, our participation. so that's going to be facing. and then to top it off, no pun intended. lit the belfry in our tower in pink lights. lights will be shining. i'm really has weekend to tell folks that us here for the whole month of june. >> and how can people get more information about the events that you're that you're describing right now? give a website or? >> yeah, you know, we're at glide, dot org, slash church. i dot org slash church and all of our events are listed there. everything from how to buy t-shirts, provide out to participate in our contention. how to ride on the double decker bus how to be a part of our competition. ally groups just just how remember. there's also timeline of of history in game movements on the side as >> and share a bit about what pride month celebrating pride month means to your
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organization, especially given the state of the world right now. yeah. >> yeah, it's it's really important that we understand that celebration. it's serious business. this is the 6 year anniversary of the pulse nightclub shooting. every time there's a mass shooting we as as folks, we hold in our bodies in. and so we need to always remember that, you know, whether it's mass shootings, whether it's, you know, how the police participate in pride. you know, we remember that i've started out resistance and out of writing and and pushing back. so, you know, celebration of pride is serious business and, you know, and what you remember in this moment that we have the capacity to change the world to bring our place to speak truth to power and to really reshape the world. that is well coming up, us. it's a
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beautiful way to end it. thank you so much to minister marvin white, with glide memorial church to wish you all the best. >> with your celebrations this month. thank you. happy pride. happy pride. all right. from 4 is recognizing pride month join us for our bay area. pride special love will keep us together hosted by our own john shrable in taylor bisacky that airs thursday night, june 23rd at 6.30. >> we'll be right back.
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international news at an unrelated fund3aiser on friday, president biden said ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky did not want to hear about u.s.. intelligence presented back in february. >> indicating that russia was about to invade ukraine. meanwhile, ukraine is asking allies for more weapons as russia continues to advance into the eastern region of the country. so let's be saying yesterday that the ability of ukrainians to hold off russia depends on this supply in support of the providing the weapons. >> and president zelensky also said russia wants to destroy every city in the donbas region, both the u.s. and the uk have provide a promise to provide rocket launch systems.
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>> we think it starts with what is right and wrong. we think it's not about the the bikes. i think we can push russia out to bus. i think you can get a regime to a place where it's likely collapses in its military. get exhausted as unit. >> the british prime minister travel to kiev where he met with president zelensky and reinforced the uk support. as you just heard there, the president of the european commission also visited kiev as well. still ahead on the kron, 4 morning news aids victims honored in san francisco with the largest book display in more than a decade.
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>> good morning. welcome back to the kron. 4 morning news. >> let's start this half hour with a look at our forecast. we have dave spahr in the weather center with the latest on just how long this hot weather is going to stick around for. hey, dave. hey, good morning, stephanie. good morning, everybody. all it's kind of packed up and left for today. much cooler temperatures will expect and also some bay area fog and cloud cover. we're starting the day it with. that's going to spread off to the east bay and south bay later. but you can see san jose state pretty
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clear to start things off of those some cloud cover trying to march in just a touch there. back to this fog business. >> a lot of that will mix out for a good chunk of the bay during the day today. typical type story so forth and we'll see you at the coast. but notice it's still a little sloppy about 3.45 or so. that's that frontal system dropping south, driving all the surface. moisture course. the winds working their magic in cloud cover to the south. you see there and then tomorrow morning, there's nothing to be had. so we're not going to repeat any of this tomorrow morning will just be banking off of a cooler atmosphere. check it out. those winds, they're picking up a little bit in contra costa county up the solano county as well. welcome relief on shore. they are cooler temperatures and also more humidity to deal with as well. so even though the temperatures are lower, it will still be little sticky, though. 73 going on for antioch. lot of 60's for the east bay. 68 san jose and up to the north bay. we have the mid-sixties breaking your day down here again. sunny, start for the far east bay. but then the cloud cover comes this afternoon. temperatures mostly in the 70's. more 70's
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expected for tomorrow. however, another repeat performance of 90's for just one day expected for the middle of the week. 4 zone coming up in just a 70. thanks very much, dave. >> a man died in san jose after crashing his car into a home depot. it happened around one 30 this saturday afternoon on monterey road. the man was taken to the hospital, but doctors were not able to save his life. police say they do not know what caused the man to crash into the store that is under investigation right now. and new this morning, oakland police say they collected 131 guns during yesterday's guns to gardens buyback event. now these are some photos of just some of the guns turned over the guns to gardens campaign will repurpose these weapons into gardening tools for the city of oakland. people brought in pistols, shotguns and there was even an ak 47 assault rifle opd handed out over $10,000 in gift cards in exchange for all of those weapons. 35 years ago this
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week, the first panels of the aids memorial quilt were staged in san francisco this weekend. more than 3,000 panels are being displayed in golden gate park. this is the pope's largest display in more than a decade as quote forcefully to go reports. it honors those who died from aids and reminds people that the disease is still taking lives. >> each panels spends 3 feet by 6 feet symbolizing the size of a grave, reminding visitors of the aids memorial quilt on display in golden gate park that the hiv aids epidemic is still claiming lives. i think it really drives it home. when you hear the names the region, the names out loud. >> and just get you right to the heart daniel, he living. >> and there were many heavy hearts in the park saturday, 3,000 panels of the famous grilling her on display through sunday when it is
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fully assembled includes 50,000 panels honoring 110,000 names. this was a form of activism to go. >> bring this quilt and taken to washington, d.c., and lay that lay it out on the the government to demand for people are dying. and i need to say and whether the government's the national aids memorial says 1.3 million people are living with hiv in the united states with more than 30,000 new cases being reported each year. the epidemic has killed more than 36 million people around the world. and here in the states national aids memorial kevin heard lots case rates are rising in the south. philly at sciences announced a 2.4 million dollar grant to us bring sections of the quilt and the communities in the south that are most impacted by hiv today. helene lynch and her daughter corey grant last martin allenby to in 1996. it's mixed emotions because
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was so happy to be able to see the quilt be able to eat lunch with mike. >> but he's gone. so it's it's a mixed. it's of expect one, too many families are all too familiar with who have been impacted by a deadly disease that still has no vaccine or cure in san francisco police just all kron. 4 news. >> happening today, this stern grove festival is back and ready to rock. today's acts include tower of power and too short. the 2 acts were initially supposed to be part of the final show back in 2021. but the site where they were supposed to for play was flooded, causing festival goers to postpone. and while the main site is undergoing there's some additional repair work going on in other parts of the area. and we're going expect to see some different happening there. okay. now to our next story. some angry
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prime customers take legal action against amazon for a delivery policy change. the e-commerce giant now facing a class action lawsuit after the company stopped offering prime members free delivery from whole foods. amazon started charging customers $9 and $0.95 for whole foods delivery last year. that suit suggests amazon misled customers by implying the free deliveries still part of a prime subscription and amazon advertise is only part of that price revealing the fee at the end of the buying process. according to the lawsuit. 500,000 doses of the monkey pox vaccine. now coming to the u.s. there have been 45 confirmed cases of monkeypox in 15 states, including right here in the bay area earlier this month. alameda county reported its first suspected case and just last thursday, san francisco announced 3 additional probable cases of the virus. if confirmed, that would bring the total number of cases in the city to 4 at san francisco. in some cases
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cases in san francisco to 4. now, there have been cases rough reported in roughly 30 countries. but we're hearing that monkeypox poses a very low risk to the american public. happening tomorrow, the house committee investigating the january 6 riot at the u.s. capitol holds its second public hearing. this hearing will not be held in prime time like the first hearing tomorrow. lawmakers say they plan to present evidence that former president trump engaged in a massive effort to spread false information about the 2020 election. this hearing is set to take place tomorrow morning. we'll bring parts of it to you live right here on the kron. 4 morning news. coming up, creating apps. may not be as complex as you might think, according to our tech correspondent rich demuro shows. >> us a look at what it takes to become a. developer.
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>> inflation has hit a new 40 year high. the cost of gas, food and most other goods and services up 8.6% from the same time last year. this is the biggest increase since 1981 putting pressure on the federal reserve to keep raising interest rates. a poll
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from abc news earlier this week showed 3 in 5 americans disapproving of president biden's handling of the economy. but the president says it is his administration is making moves to get things in the right direction. >> i would never seen anything like putin's both food and gas. america should also understand our economy has unique strengths that we can build the job market is the strongest. been since world war. 2 not withstanding inflation. we add another 390,000 jobs last month. 1 million, 700,000 new jobs since it took office an all time record never that many jobs and that food. >> president says inflation is a global issue and not just a national one. >> okay. looking weather here are high temperatures today, lou. paul volcker must have been here and play should buster look at that upper 70's. now forget the 90's gone at least for a little while
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>> well, some people it sounds too good to be true, but could a four-day workweek actually happen? and if it could benefit well, rather, could it
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benefit both workers and companies in the long run? sloane glass has more on the thousands of uk employees who will be working 4 days a week for the next 6 months. >> the dream of a four-day workweek where employees could spend one less day in the office without seen any cut to their pay. now over reality for thousands of employees in the uk. more than 3,000 workers across 70 companies participating in the 6 month pilot program beginning monday from tax specialist to fish and chip chefs. researchers at cambridge university, oxford university and boston college will assess the shortened workweeks effect on productivity and quality of life. with results expected sometime in 2023. and while this is the largest study of the four-day workweek, it's far from the first microsoft tested the program for their employees in japan in 2019 and
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so productivity shoot up by a whopping 40%. and in new zealand, prime minister jacinda ardern has suggested a shorter workweek could save the country's economy, but relying on residents rather than taurus to spend money locally on their extra day off. what started as a pilot program is now becoming permanent in the city of morgantown, west virginia, after city leaders saw overwhelmingly positive results. it's pretty positive support. but i think the lack >> negativity and the strong support and the but going from a firm that employs i i don't see it going away. >> four-day workweeks lead to higher employee satisfaction without a noticeable drop in productivity. it can also help companies retain employees longer something even more important to employers as jobless reports. 73 1% of currently employed workers are actively thinking about quitting their jobs.
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>> in june, their employees were quitting in droves by august. they've implemented a four-day week. people are dramatically happier and have never been more productive. >> we have days far here now with our weather forecast. has it looking out there day? okay, stephanie, we've got some cooler stuff coming our way for today. war. what a treat this is, however, cloud cover and fog that comes with the ride. sfo. no delays but looks awfully spooky. there is you will notice temperatures direction. we can see signs of that for the forecast from tahoe. if you're headed up in that general direction, prepare for a changing climate tomorrow. 64 lots of sunshine with us. 71 tuesday wednesday. hey, we're back to summer again as we're going to see right here in the bay area temperature check, korea, 73 for any ox. still a lot of 60's off to the east bay. 68 san jose peninsula's checking in to see what kind of hodgepodge here. 58, half moon bay, but san carlos, 72 60's. meanwhile, up to the north bay, futurecast for so the
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cloud cover and all of that is going to start generally speaking from the north, although it's a west to east travel, see kind of spreading out to the east bay in the south bay, clearing up to the north dropping south. so we'll get a lot of sunshine in the south bay to start in the east bay early in the day. then all of that starts dropping south, clearing out of the north bay in its wake. also will be some winds overnight and that will die off by tomorrow morning handed over future cast for here. they're pretty good coverage with us. good, strong onshore wind all working to keep those temperatures down. then after sunset, we start cooling off in the east bay. the front is going to drive some of these winds along the coast. you'll notice a lot less activity happening in the far east bay by tomorrow morning. and again, we won't deal with the fog issues like we did this morning at all because it will be post the front. so little bit actually humid in the east bay a little bit in the south bay to cision warm up to those upper 70's and they feel a little warmer stuff. you're then typically you would expect. all right. what we have going on this week ahead by wednesday or so,
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the high pressure does little blocking maneuver here, breaks down right in time for the weekend. no rain, but it will cool us offering some scattered clouds and all of that as we head into next weekend. that's what look like in your 4 zone forecast here. 67 san francisco to the coast. you're going to fight a lot of cloud cover today and also fog. not a lot of movement here. got the 60's on tap here. bayside 71 for burlingame to the south. 75 palo alto in the south bay y, -- around 80 84 for morgan hill, 80 cupertino, east bay shoreline, mid mid 70's tri valley, upper 70. so the decoupling range not as great as we saw from yesterday or friday. 77 going on for walnut creek and concord. 67 for berkeley. billy, what 65 onshore winds. anybody. 77 fairfield, 74 for napa and 77 for santa rosa. again, we go the other direction now, warming up a little bit took aidweek by 87 tuesday. 91 wednesday, cooling back down
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again as we finish off the week again, the traffic from the systems on friday. we'll throw some cloud cover away. clearing out in time for that all important weekend at the coast will keep it in the 60's. stephanie. thanks very much. dave. >> everything about building an app turns out you are not alone. lot of people every day making their dreams a reality building in launching apps by learning to code rich demuro explains in today's tech every app we use, our phones starts with a line of code. and while big-time apps like spotify and tiktok have lots of people programming them. >> anyone with a device and a dream can create an app. >> coating the new dream of success. when we got invited to come to this like a disneyland frontrunners. it's truly remarkable experience. it was a long it took me days to get here. >> coders attend apple's worldwide developers conference to learn about the programming tools they can use to make better apps to get here to get there innovation
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julia patrick came all the way from ukraine to a tent currently according to the little one man, i'm not allowed to leave the country she's just one of thousands hoping to network and gain valuable skills that will translate into app downloads. so i was someone who is waking up with an alarm clock and news, but at least 3 times every morning and he was better at that lead lizzie and walking ground to make an app called yoga. wake up. it wakes you up gently with audio guided yoga and meditation by a variety of expert teachers. >> helps you breathe with your fingers and toes and then turns into like a bigger strachan. the next thing, you know, you're waking, you know what's news? 16 year-old high school student. angelina savoy is one of apple's student challenge. winners was amazing. just getting to know the ceo of apple and presenting my after him. she built an app called lilac inspired by her mom. it helps single parents identify helpful resources in their community is truly incredible opportunity we have right now and we should.
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>> absolutely. employers skill sets and our creativity in order to build solutions. second intially have worldwide. benefits. >> apple said it paid out about 60 billion dollars to developers in 2021 alone. that means this stream is still very much alive and well. all right. ali said any of the apps i mentioned go to my website. it is rich on tech dot tv. i'm rich demuro and you are tech smart.
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>> nasa is launching its own study and to foes, the space agency setting up a team to examine, quote, observations of events that cannot be identified as aircraft or known natural phenomena. the study will run for 9 months. scientists believe the milky way's filled with millions or even billions of black holes, though they've always been very difficult to spot using a technique called gravitational microlensing a team of uc berkeley. scientists think they've identified a free floating black hole 2 to 6,000 light years away. and because light cannot escape a black hole, they can only be detected by like distortion that they cause on nearby objects. now with this technique, scientists say it's
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like finding a needle in a haystack, but thanks to this understanding of this phenomenon. astronomers now estimate the nearest isolated black hole to earth could be as close as 80 light years away. still ahead in the next hour on the kron 4 morning news, nascar is back in sonoma county. >> we have a live report coming up. and a covid tests needed for international travelers is now a thing of the past. we explain what you need to know. and breaking news overnight, 3 people dead after a shooting in san jose. the latest details after this.
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stephanie lin. >> it's sunday, june 12 and we have a lot to get it for you this morning. let's kick things off by getting a look at the weather with dave spahr a day. a good morning, stephanie. good morning, everybody. we're starting things off. quite a bit of that cloud cover in the fog and around the immediate bay. >> the fog is going cloud cover is actually the spread off to the east bay in the south bay. later on today and actually clear the north bay later this afternoon. we have right now. 60's going on up north. meanwhile, the lower 70's to the east bay over the east bay hill. 71 to check in for san jose. just give you a temperature contrast because everybody is feeling this change that we've had overnight in some cases approaching a dozen degrees behind where we were this time from yesterday. good half a dozen degrees is a good guide there. as you can see to the east bay of the traffic from this system is producing some scattered showers way up towards the north and a little package there. you can see around reno, too. so definitely will take the for those getting it. meanwhile, that fog that we talked about this is going to be constrained mostly to the coast later today and then
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sent south. so tomorrow morning we actually won't see much and the way of fog as you start your day, probably a pretty much mostly sunny, almost from the beginning break in the day down here. we see the cloud cover develop off to the east bay temperature check in the mostly in the 70's going on here. however, it may not feel that way because it will be a little bit more sticky and more humid. look at long range forecast coming up in a bit to stephanie. thanks very much, dave. breaking news we're following. 3 people are dead after a shooting overnight in san jose. >> we have video from the scene to show you. this is on crescent village circle just before one this morning, 2 men and one woman died here. the investigation is ongoing. we know that there have been 16 homicides in san jose so far this year. >> officers have not revealed what led up to this shooting. >> happening now, international travel is a whole lot easier for americans. the u.s. no longer requiring a negative covid-19 test to enter the country. this new policy went into
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effect at midnight. ryan bay spoke with experts about how this could impact tourism across the country. >> i think at this point in the pandemic, i think it's something that just needs to so i think it's it's long overdue. >> passengers, you've been cleared for takeoff, covid test or not. travelers abroad flying to the u.s. will no longer need to show proof of a negative test before boarding their trip to the states. the cdc said based on the science and the data testing, international travelers is no longer needed to slow the spread of the virus. >> covid spread so much throughout the world. it's just everyone has in this everywhere now says really no stopping it. we really just are glad now it's dropping. we can actually travel internationally without any worries. >> that's not only relief for travelers like matthew but airline tourism groups. and even some politicians who've been lobbying the biden administration for months to drop the policy that's been in place since the start of last year. the president of airlines for america praised the move, saying the dropping the testing requirement. we'll encourage and restore air travel to the u.s. benefiting communities across the country
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that rely heavily on travel and tourism to support their local economies. and the data seems to back him up on that. the u.s. travel association released an analysis this month saying international visitors are expected to increase by 18% after cutting the testing mandate, which will bring additional 9 billion in tourism revenue. a 12% book las vegas. nevada is certainly a city that will see a boost in overseas visitors, which is always been a money maker for sin city. about a congresswoman. dina titus represents the las vegas district said the testing requirement was the main deterrent and people visiting the u.s.. we want those international tourist because they stay longer and they spend which means a big revenue boost for the entire tourism community. >> but especially airlines to charge a premium for international travel, which according to airlines for america, is still down. 24%. >> from pre-pandemic levels. so sunday is the day that air carriers and travelers abroad have been waiting months for. >> it's going to be a lot easier. a lot easier have to get that protest and worry about that. so that worries
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away gone. it's it's it's going to be relief to people not needing to this. now. >> yeah. big change in the regulations. there. that was ryan bass reporting for us this morning. happening tomorrow, the house committee investigating the january 6 riot at the u.s. capitol holds its second public hearing. this hearing will not be held in prime time like the first hearing tomorrow. lawmakers say they plan to present evidence that former president trump engaged in efforts to spread false information about the 2020 election. this hearing is set to take place tomorrow morning and will bring parts of it live to you on the kron. 4 morning news. happening today. start your engines. the toyota save mart 3.50, nascar races back at sonoma raceway. and for the first time since the start of the pandemic, the crowd. but this race will be at 100% capacity. kron. 4 s camila barco is live at the sonoma raceway with more on the energy out there. camila.
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>> good morning, stephanie. so yes, we're here at sonoma raceway where the race starts at 1 o'clock. this afternoon, the gates have already open fans are out here. there's so much to experience and for the first time, nascar is actually releasing a california license plate. matt country here with the communications team at nascar to talk about it with me. so first time nascar releasing this california license plate. how did the idea come about and why it was really a partnership between the nascar foundation and the california natural resources agency. >> and, you know, we want to have an opportunity for nascar fans to show their love and support of our sport will also doing a lot of good within the state of california. and so with these license plates, the access underserved communities. to the great natural resources of wonders here in the state of california and also benefit the nascar foundation, which
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which services kids throughout all of our communities where we being >> and today people can actually come and get one of these license plate here at the raceway to talk about how people can do this here at the race week. and are people able to do this online without it that people can come up right here in the fan zone in the midway. they can come register for those plates. are they just go online to nascar plates dot com? >> and register. so it's it. they can. they can either register for us just a regular sequential plate or they can personalize their plate, maybe show support for their favorite driver like kyle busch and then they and they can go on the nascar place dot com and begin that process. fact, we have a plate right over let me that. i think we can to california. they go, sam, 1, 2, 3, and is this a person eyes one or is how it normally love that would be a personalized that would be a personalized plate. but you see the nascar logo. >> nascar drivers for parks. it just shows just shows the importance of the initiative
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over on what we're doing to really help service our communities here in the state of california will. thank you guys so much. well, if people want to come to get a nascar, california license plate, they can do so here at the raceway at 70 as far as the race itself, it starts at one pm the gates have already opened. and for the first time like you said, 3 years, sonoma raceway, it is running at full capacity last year. they weren't able to do so. but this year, no masks required full capacity at all. you have to do is just bring your energy and excitement to today's race. back to you. thanks so much for me. and i hope you get a few laps in yourself. >> coming up, as prices continue to rise at the guest, palm bay area. drivers say they're in desperate need of some relief. and san mateo hold their annual pride celebration for the first time in person since the pandemic.
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♪ ♪ wait and see ♪ ♪ shadow down ♪ ♪ fall into line ♪ ♪ you're out of time ♪ >> pride events are taking place all month long across the bay area on the peninsula. san mateo county brought back its in-person celebration this weekend. kron four's gayle ong reports. >> it is the 10th annual san mateo pride celebration and the first in-person event
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since the pandemic. happy friday. everyone. from dancing. and this is what i've been told that the grand prize giveaways people gathered at central park in san mateo saturday afternoon to celebrate pride month. >> love love drag still here still crowd. this is critical the accounting for people to come together to celebrate pride and to celebrate in our community is really important. >> there were several vendor booths with food and resources from lgbtq+ organizations in the county. it feels so great just to see really. >> when comes to my mind is the acceptance and families celebrating her with their children and they're waving the rainbow flag progress. pride, flags. and so there's that the understanding is being implicated that into our next generation that yes, you know, this is humanity with
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when there's humanity, there's diversity and there will be more pride events in the county through the end of the month. reporting from san mateo gayle ong kron. 4 news. >> and we want to make sure to let you know about this. join us for our bay area pride special love will keep us together hosted by our own john shrable and taylor it airs thursday night june 23rd at 6.30. you don't want to miss it. >> alright, for today. much cooler than we saw to yesterday for all looking at numbers in the 70's. but again, the far east bay where we're going to see that cloud cover build little bit more humid to what the cooler temperatures. a nice spring-like forecast coming up, we'll have details kron 4 morning news.
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>> cal, fire crews battled a large debris fire near livermore yesterday. the kelso incident happened near kelso in brunswick road saturday afternoon. cal fire says the fire did not spread to nearby vegetation. it was contained to some debris in the area. a small vegetation fire also broke out saturday afternoon near santa rosa. crewreble con fired at just 2 acres. but crews did remain in the area for several hours to make sure there were no flare ups. it
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was hot and dry all over the bay area yesterday. but today is expected to be much cooler. and we're going to check in with meteorologist dave spahr or exactly what that means in terms of that cool down day with stephanie, we've got a lot of things working in our favor. good morning. and good morning, everybody. also coupled with this, we've got some of that moisture making its way across the region. it's not really doing much in terms of any rain showers, shore. >> but we've got some fog going on here in the cloud. cover and all that moisture even at the service being pushed off. you heard about livermore off to the east bay later on this afternoon. so all working in our favor for much better, inviting type forecast. only thing coming with this. our winds on shore as they are, but we will have some winds and some of those local valley sometimes can channel that wind to get going temperature check for you right now. we've got the lower middle 70's off to the east bay 60's line of the east bay shoreline. 71 san jose still 60's department up there in the north bay, futurecast for a lot of cloud cover. we have going on around the immediate bay and up to the north bay as
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well. that's the early part of the story. maybe a sprinkle here or there be nice. but it still hot spots going on up to the north bay. notice how it clears out even before swell before sunset fills up in the east bay in the south bay. so late in the day today with some clearing north with cloud cover developing south and east. overnight. everybody clears out so great for the stars and all of that little bit of fog along the coast and windy and then even that will clear out for tomorrow and we'll be left with temperatures warming up a little bit into the middle of the week. let's get back. the winds here, as i mentioned earlier, the fronts dropping today with the cloud cover east and south. late in the day, there's the pop with the winds with everything going on covers the north bay, too. this is now 4 in the afternoon. we tend to get that the afternoon way, but it really intensifies with the dropping of this system. notice up here in the north bay and a good strong northwest clip that will be tomorrow morning. by the way. idea what the winds are going to be fighting if you're coming in from the east, a little bit of a front wind, we've they clouds going on, variable clouds, inland,
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humid, not as hot near about 80, but again, it will be kind of sticky, maybe in spots for this week. we've got mostly sunny and warming. 80's with a couple of 90 starting to show up. 90 will be wednesday is the day we're looking for this and next weekend that breaks down again on friday with the cloud cover it all. and then temperatures will be pretty much in the 70's. maybe a couple of days going on there. but a lot more sun for you into the weekend again today. 67, san francisco, quite a bit of cloud cover. oakland, 71 considerable clouds, san jose variable clouds because we start off kind of a mostly sunny motor. few scattered clouds and that will fill up a bit and warm conditions for today. so highs a little warmer in the south. upper 70's going on east of the east bay hills. also upper 70's up to the north bay with expected late day clearing probably up in the race up in sonoma. but least maybe hit the dinner or something like that. you might that have on the patio coming up in a bit. well, before zone forecast for you check that extended to stephanie. thanks very much. date. >> gas prices continue to climb. new records being set
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seemingly daily with no relief in sight for bay area. customers. the nationwide average gas price. now $5 a gallon. that's according triple a americans drive more in the summer months. so demand is up the ongoing invasion of ukraine by russia is also to blame for the increase in prices along with issues tied to the pandemic, which continue to limit the amount of oil that can be refined. and let's take a look at price is right here in the bay area. you're going to pay the most in sandra fell $6.66 is the average there. now? is it for cisco? you'll pay $6 and $0.64. you can also see the prices for napa. oakland, san mateo richmond, san jose and santa rosa on your screen right now coming in at $6.6 for santa rosa. there certainly not cheap. a kron fourts. amanda hari spoke with some drivers with some saying they are not able to fully their tanks because of those high prices. >> i spoke to some people that
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tell me they're just picking a dollar amount and filling up that much. and with gas here nearing $7 a gallon, they're not getting as much as they expect there'll draper is a limousine driver before heading out for the night. >> we stopped by the shell station in daly city to get gas and he says he's here often. i'm how much gas that >> i'm doing you have to swipe your card twice to pay for that. >> sometimes draper says he was just putting in $100 worth of gas. it came out to just over 14 and-a-half gallant's. i waited while he went to track how much it filled his >> day. more? the $100 only equal to a quarter of a tank. >> and now his limo still is in full. just make some it because of what gary l a record barr is from the bay area, but lives in new york now she says she experienced a little bit of sticker shock,
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visiting home, awesome. and i guess it was like $2. and now they're upset that it's $4. >> when i'm from here, so originally, it was literally like $4 in the last time. i >> hurt. >> and her right now, the average gas price nationwide is $5 a gallon. and with the upcoming summer travel season, some experts say they think it's just going to go up. in daly city amanda hari kron. 4 news. >> new details this morning on the deadly school shooting in uvalde, a former aurora police chief has been tapped by the doj to investigate retired police chief kristen ziman will be part of a 9 person committee formed to investigate how uvalde police responded. the men's oversaw the police response to a factory mass shooting at a chicago factory in 2019. other retired police officials from california, virginia, florida and pennsylvania will also sit on this committee. the group
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>> now to the conflict in ukraine. president biden this week saying the u.s. knew before the start of the war that russia was going to invade. but ukraine's president did not want to hear those warnings. meanwhile, aides to president zelensky say put biden's comments were not entirely true in kiev, was aware that russia was looking to innovate ukraine now also asking allies for more weapons as russia continues to advance into the eastern part of the country. solecki saying their ability to hold off russia depends on the supply of more weapons from the west. both the uk and the u.s. promising to provide rocket launch systems. >> we think it starts with what is right and wrong. we think it's not about the the bikes. i think we can push russia out to dump ice. i
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think you can get a regime to a place where it's likely collapses in its military. get exhausted as unit. >> the british defense minister travel to kiev where he met with president zelensky and reinforce the uk's support. as you just heard there, the president of the european commission also visited kiev as well. still ahead on the kron, 4 morning news aids victims honored in san francisco with the largest port display in more than a decade.
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>> welcome back to the kron. 4 morning news. let's start off this half hour with a look at our forecast. we have dave sphar in the weather center with the very latest heyday. a good morning, stephanie. good morning, everybody. live shot coming in to the east bay shoreline. really improving >> shots here for the service fog. that's his be clearing out here. the ground fog. >> looking much better as we get the cloud cover that still lingers aloft. and this is going to spread out into the east bay in terms of cloud cover. later this afternoon. so we're getting some early sun in the east and the south where that will fill up with the cloud cover a little bit later on for today. with the passing system. so on that theme, the fog on balance mixes out bit, however, notice what happens here. we get to about 4.45 or so. it's
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clearing in the north and this is not so much his bona fide fog, but also showed you the moisture levels as cloud cover along with this in the east and the south bay is now impacted by this point that then clears out overnight tomorrow morning. we're not left with much of anything so we won't have our typical morning fog going on here. clear skies. little bit of a breeze, though. you're going to have put up towards the coast and that will subside as we approach around the noon hour. quick check into those winds. most of the action is up north solano county and off to the east bay. we're getting some winds clipping at a good bit. there you notice in the teens. temperatures, though, in the 70's. so we have some inland warming happening. 60's around the immediate bay. so for today, increasing late day clouds off to the east and the south temperature check in the 70's for the most part everybody's cooler. however, it may not feel that way in some spots due to the fact that stop the feeling you feel sometimes in august and september. ya got some more humidity. that's in atmosphere, which we do need is a fire retardant coming up in a bit. of course, i'll have
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your 4 zone forecast in check. and that extended to stephanie. thanks very much, dave. >> breaking news. senate negotiators just announced a bipartisan agreement on gun reform. this comes just after the mass shootings in buffalo, new york and uvalde texas. the plan is endorsed by 10 republicans and democrats. the compromise would create funding for mental health resources, school, safety and grants for states to implement red flag laws that allow authorities to confiscate guns from people believed to be dangerous. it would also expand the nation's background check system to include juvenile records for any prospective gun buyers under the age of 21. president biden has said that while the plan does not do everything he thinks is needed to address gun violence, it is a step in the right direction. no word yet on when the senate might actually vote on a piece of legislation. but we're we are following this developing story for you. a new this morning. oakland police say that they collected over 131
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guns during yesterday's guns to gardens got buyback event. these are some photos of some of the weapons turned over the campaign will see the guns turned in repurpose to into gardening tools for the city. people brought in pistols, shotguns, and even an ak 47 assault rifle opd handed out over $10,000 in gift cards in exchange for those weapons. 35 years ago this week, the first panels of the aids memorial quilt were stitched in san francisco this weekend. more than 3,000 panels are being displayed in golden gate park. this is the quilts largest display in more than a decade has called for is believed to go reports. it honors those who passed away from the disease and reminds people that aids is still taking lives. >> each panels spends 3 feet by 6 feet symbolizing the size of a grave, reminding visitors of the aids memorial quilt on display in golden gate park
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that the hiv aids epidemic is still claiming lives. i think it really drives it home. when you hear the names the region, the names out loud. >> just get you right to the heart daniel lending. >> and there were many heavy hearts in the park saturday, 3,000 panels of the famous grilling her on display through sunday when it is fully assembled includes 50,000 panels honoring 110,000 names. this was a form of activism to go. >> bring this quilt and taken to washington, d.c., and lay that lay it out on the lawn of the government to demand for people are dying. and i need to say the government's the national aids memorial says 1.3 million people are living with hiv in the united states with more than 30,000 new cases being reported each year. the epidemic has killed more than 36 million people around the world. and here in
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the states national aids memorial kevin heard lots case rates are rising in the south. philly at sciences announced 2.4 million dollar grant to us sections of the quilt in the communities in the south that are most impacted by hiv today. helene lynch and her daughter, corey grant last martin allenby to aids in 1996. it's mixed emotions because was so happy to be able to see the quilt be able to eat lunch with mike. >> but he's gone. so it's it's a mixed. it's a mixed ahead. one too many families are all too familiar with who have been impacted by a deadly disease that still has no vaccine or cure in san francisco all kron, 4 news. >> happening today, the stern grove festival is back and ready to rock. today's acts include tower of power and too short, the 2 acts were
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originally supposed to be the final show back in 2021. but the site where they were supposed to perform flooded, postponing the final show. other acts this year include old crow medicine show and leann rimes sounds like it's going to be a great time. some angry prime customers take legal action against amazon for a delivery policy change. the e-commerce giant faces a class action lawsuit after the company stopped offering prime members free delivery from whole foods. amazon started charging customers 9.95. for whole foods delivery last year. the suit claims that amazon misled customers implying free delivery was still part of a prime subscription. with just a matter of days. covid vaccines for children under the age of 5 are expected to get federal approval in anticipation of this move. pharmacies have started placing orders for the shots. young kids of the only group of americans not yet eligible for the covid
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vaccine. the fda and cdc both expected to meet next week to discuss approving the vaccine for that age group. and if it is approved, then those shots could start going into arms as soon as june. 21st. 500,000 doses of the monkey pox vaccine are coming to the u.s. they've been 45 confirmed cases of monkeypox in 15 states, including right here in the bay area in california earlier this month. alameda county reported its first suspected case and just last thursday, san francisco announced 3 additional suspected cases of the virus. if confirmed, that would bring the total number of cases in san francisco to 4 more than 1300 cases have been reported in roughly 30 countries. but officials say there's still only a low risk to the american public at this time. inflation hits a new 40 year high, the cost of gas food and most other services is up.
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8.6% from the same time last year. this is the biggest increase since 1981 and puts pressure on the fed to keep raising interest rates. >> a poll a new poll rip are reportedly showed 3 in 5 americans disapprove of president biden's handling of the economy. >> but the president says his administration is making moves to get things in the right direction. >> i would never seen anything like putin's both food and gas. america should also understand our economy has unique strengths that we can build on the job market is the strongest. been since world war. 2 not withstanding inflation. we add another 390,000 jobs last month. 1 million, 700,000 new jobs since it took office an all time record never that many jobs and that too. >> the president says inflation is a global issue and not just a national one.
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as some people might sound too good to be true, but could a four-day workweek actually happen? and if it does, could benefit both workers and companies in the long run, sloane glass has more on the thousands of uk employees who will be working 4 days a week for the next 6 months. >> the dream of a four-day workweek where employees could spend one less day in the office without seen any cut to their pay. now over reality for thousands of employees in the uk. more than 3,000 workers across 70 companies participating in the 6 month pilot program beginning monday from tax specialist to fish and chip chefs. researchers at cambridge university, oxford university and boston college will assess the shortened workweeks effect on productivity and quality of life. with results expected sometime in 2023. and while this is the largest study of the four-day workweek, it's far from the first microsoft
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tested the program for their employees in japan in 2019 and so productivity shoot up by a whopping 40%. and in new zealand, prime minister jacinda ardern has suggested a shorter workweek could save the country's economy, but relying on residents rather than tourists to spend money locally on their extra day off. what started as a pilot program is now becoming permanent in the city of morgantown, west virginia, after city leaders saw overwhelmingly positive results. it's pretty positive support. but i think the lack >l negativity and the strong support and the but going from a firm that employs i i don't see it going away. >> four-day workweeks lead to higher employee satisfaction without a noticeable drop in productivity. it can also help companies retain employees longer something even more important to employers as
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jobless reports. 73 1% of currently employed workers are actively thinking about quitting their jobs. >> in june, their employees were quitting in droves by august. they've implemented a four-day week. people are dramatically happier and have never been more productive. >> we have picked out the heat spike away now. high temperatures today upper 70's to near about 80 in the far east bay and even up in the north bay as well. it's a little damp, though, with all of this. so that being stuck in few minutes spots have your 4 zone forecast cone for morning news continues.
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>> welcome back. we have dave spahr here with our weather forecast. just it sounds like things are starting to cool down. finally, yeah, we're going to some welcome relief from all of that. coupled with it brought its friend a little bit of moisture with the 2, not like a lot of rain or anything like that. but at least some surface moisture to kind of help kind of moisten things up at the surface. sfo, speaking of which quite a bit of fog this morning, no delays being reported out that way. but >> spooky clouds off towards the distance. this fog bank here is you will notice. meanwhile, if you're headed up the tahoe to get a general idea of the early part of the week, now that we're talking cooler, what does it look like? it's a climb. upwards temperature wise. we're looking 64 tomorrow. 72 on tuesday, wednesday, put us down for 81. same thing's
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going to be felt right here in the bay as well. temperatures check for you. we have seen a lot of movement. the 60's have been very, very recalcitrant here along the east bay shoreline. but meanwhile, the 70's to the far east bay 60's up to the north bay. 71. meanwhile, san jose heading over future cast for kind of a tale of 2 different types of the bay going on here in the east bay cloud cover will fill in the south bay as well. then late in the day start to clear out of the north bay here. now temperatures will be on the warm in the south. it will be probably the warmest sector of the bay today overnight. this all clears out. we have the winds still with us. by the way. and then tomorrow morning off to kind of a sunny start, we won't have the intrusion of the fog like we did this morning. back to those winds on shore. they are for today. good coverage area up there in the north bay, too. once the front drops looking at right here overnight. we'll have the winds continuing at the coast even by tomorrow morning. not so much inland, but at least the coast in the morning hours before it subsides will get the afternoon breeze checking in again. so what's going all
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of this is the system up towards our north. we have some scattered showers up in northern california. that departs. then we have a high that builds midweek. we'll call this a heat pump because it's only return to the 90's. briefly, just one day breaks down in time for the next weekend. however, all of the messiness that means that cloud cover all that stuff. that probably will be cleared out for friday. and then for the weekend looking good. will take care of that piece of business on friday. and then by the weekend, clear out and go back to sunny 4 zone forecast. looks like this today. 67 san francisco to the coast will keep it middle to lower 60's at that. 71 burlingame, by the way, a lot of fog going on to the coast as well. be the case all the way sunset 79 for palo alto in the south bay, where around 80. but we see some middle 80's out of the south morgan hill. 84, 80 cupertino to looks like 79 for santa clara, east bay shoreline to the south mid 70's tri valley, upper 70's, but not a big a decoupling with temperatures like we saw yesterday and friday. 77 concord and walnut creek. 77. meanwhile, 72 san
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leandro 71 for oakland. 65 allay onshore winds in place. thank you. 77 fairfield, 74 for napa and 77 going on for santa rosa ahead of the 70 forecast. there's our bump on wednesday at 91. it breaks down on friday reduction of temperatures. but we're back to mostly sunny by saturday. coastal numbers kind of chilly. they stay in the 60's. stephanie, thanks very much. dave. >> racism is now a public health crisis in oakland. the city council voted unanimously to pass the measure this week. and for more on what this means for oakland residents, we went straight to the source. joining me live now is oakland's race and equity director darlene flynn and see murray pawnee with the oakland city attorneys office. thank you so much to the both of you for being here with us today. >> thank you for having us care. >> all right. so much question for, you know, we know that the city's a city attorney's office started the ball rolling on this initiative. so what factors or trends did you
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notice in oakland that led you to say, hey, it's time to declare racism, a public health crisis? so, you know, this resolution is really sparked by the recognition that structural racism has created a public health crisis in oakland and that we have a responsibility to address it. and i'm an untrained and, you know, the office barbara parker and of his city attorney. and she has a real interest in addressing these issues and and in the community learning and civil rights unit where racial justice as a part of our work and we were noticing that, you know, structural racism has existed for centuries and has always impacted communities of color here. but during the pandemic, the inequity is that they came more pronounced. they were growing. they were becoming more exposed, particularly with covid and, you know, housing and homelessness and economic disparities. and there was just a responsibility to acknowledge what was happening
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%pand to take steps to address it. >> did you notice some of those trends you just mentioned getting worse because of the pandemic. >> yeah, i'd say so. i mean, i think director flynn might be position to speak to this. >> i think that the pandemic, certainly me the disparities more visible to people in country that might not have been paying attention to systemic racism and its impacts prior to it also tends to exacerbate the impacts on communities that are already stressed by racial inequities. and we will see this and other disasters as well like hurricane katrina. big stressor hits a community, really highlights how what the underlying conditions have been for a long time. and that's why the department of race inequity was from secures. that was because we
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had we have these disparities already operating in our city and across the nation. so we've been working on it for a while. but covid definitely change that. the landscape dramatically because of the stress of the and we know the city council passed this measure this week. >> you know, how will that advance equity in the city of oakland? how do you envision that happening? >> i think that the additional resources that are provided well enable the department of race equity and the rest of the city, other city departments to do a better job telling the story of tracking our impacts and are improvements over time as we work to remove the barriers to access for marginalized communities in oakland so that how good data and being able to use that that effect of women and allies keep track of what our efforts are bringing is really important to keeping momentum on addressing systemic racism. so these additional resources are going
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to that part of the worktop. >> it's my understanding. also, it's going to also allocate some funding to create some new positions for staff on your team as well as that right. >> it's actually one position and some consulting assistance because we need some technical work on our systems for tracking data being able to produce got reports of that sort of thing. so it's a combination one full-time equivalent. 1, one employee in the department race equity. that will be a day to day the >> and seeing that you kind of touched on this in your earlier response. to either one of you, you walk us through how the pandemic really laid bare the health inequities facing people of color. and how is the city taking steps to address those issues? >> yeah, i can speak a little and then handed over to director flynn whose work really focuses on race and equity in department focuses on that. >> you know, we it there has always a crisis in terms of
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racism and its impact communities and i think during the pandemic, what we noticed was that the highest of covid-19 were in the east open flatlands where there are also a lot of renters who vulnerable to displacement. but there are also a lot of economically vulnerable households and communities and really families and communities who had been. impacted by the housing crisis by, you know, the way that wages and other things aren't keeping up. winds, the cost of housing and housing availability and where, you know, the social determinants of health, meaning, you know, basically every measurable category of social and economic conditions affects a person's health. and so these communities were already being impacted by these by so many factors. and during the pandemic, it just became clear that you know, particularly black and latinx communities
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where we're facing. yeah, greater greater hardship and overburdened disproportionately by covid-19 and buy the impact of the pandemic has had on our economy. and, you know, has taken a number of steps. to try to address this in this resolution. actually listen up. some of the progress has been made in the city over the last 5 years, especially since the department of race inequity was created. and that includes, you know, there's so much work. i mean, the city attorney's office actually have a housing justice initiative that's been working really hard to protect tenants during the pandemic. so i you know, i can mention that office but director flight and i don't know if you want to talk more about other steps that you're at your department and the city has taken. >> i came out of the approaches to work through all the departments to have an impact in their areas of work. and so we quite a few merge
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everything from cannabis equity programming. the first in the country about aware then moving on to to looking at our capital investments in communities disinvest because of structural racism around paving and street conditions and safety in their neighborhoods. so we have begun to prioritize and begun level up the communities that have been left behind. but we know that because straight structural racism has but an embed of so deeply and for so long. but we have a great deal more to do. so this this both both the pointed out, some of the accomplishments that we have to. reemphasize the argument for putting more effort into this because our communities have not been adequately that was supported south. this is an ongoing effort. and i i think that the one of the things that was really exciting to me was to have this resolution come forward from the city attorney's office to support my work and support the city council and the citywide work
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that's being done. we have to lift up our accomplishments while we keep track of the disparities that we have yet to to address. all right. >> darlie flynn and party with the city of oakland. thank you so much for joining us and for your perspective this morning. your perspective this morning. i di ♪ at usaa we've been called too exclusive because we were created for officers. but as we've evolved with the military we've grown to serve all, who've honorably served. no matter their rank or when they were in. a marine just out of boot camp or a petty officer from '73 and even his kids and their kids. usaa is made for all who've honorably served and their eligible family members. are we still exclusive? absolutely. and that's exactly - why, you should join.
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