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>> now at 3 california is set to fully reopen tomorrow. we'll break down what changes you can expect. and one of the biggest changes tomorrow, fully vaccinated. people will no longer have to wear a mask. but in certain situations. but are you ready to get yours. we've got some excessive heat coming our way as we get to the middle to latter portion of the week. we'll let you know who's infected. and when the kron 4 news at 3 starts now. >> now from the bay local news station. this is kron 4 news at 3. >> now at 3 it's been a long
time coming. california now just hours away from lifting most covid-19 pandemic restrictions. and we're taking a look at the changes for the anticipated june 15th reopening, thank you for joining us here on kron, 4 news at 3. i'm sanaz tahernia starting at midnight tonight, the state will retire its color-coded tier of reopening plan, meaning essentially everything will go back to prepandemic life. if you're fully vaccinated. here's a look at what is changing tomorrow capacity. limits, physical distancing and mask requirements for vaccinated. people will be lifted at bars restaurants, retail stores and places of worship on vaccinated. people will still be required to wear masks and it's not a mask free states just yet. there are some situations when even fully mac people must wear masks or are suggested to wear their masks. masks are still required when taking public transportation
or traveling they're also still required inside classrooms. both mlb team say fans should still wear masks and giants and a's games, but they will no longer be enforced. while these restrictions are being lifted, it doesn't mean the pandemic is over just yet. kron 4 did a survey on our facebook page today to find out of people plan on ditching their masks as soon as tomorrow. so feel free to participate in that right now we'll take a look at those numbers coming up at 3.30. and as more start to venture out after this. june 15th reopening date. there is some lingering confusion as to where we have to wear our masks. kron four's haaziq madyun has the details. >> california has reopened in june 1520, 21. but before you throw that mask away. here is what you need to know. there are still some laces where you must wear a facial covering public transit being among them according to guidance from the california
department of public health californians regardless of their vaccination status are required to wear a mask on all forms of public transportation, including but not limited to airports both inside terminals and board planes ships and ferries buses ride shares like uber lyft trains and underground railways like but our mask requirement will stay in place by spokesperson jim allison. >> we're following the guidelines from the federal tsa. >> and they are requiring masks in areas of public transportation. so that means that we are asking our customers when they get to bart whether the vaccinated or not to wear their masks. jim allison says throughout the pandemic by customers have been pretty much on board with mask guidelines and our data shows that the vast majority of people 96% or above are wearing their masks. so please wear your mask when they come to bark. has lead kron. 4 news.
>> cal osha board members will meet for the 3rd time this week to vote on possible changes on face mask rules in the workplace. the agency came out with a new proposal for covid-19 safety standards in the workplace last friday. under those guidelines. fully vaccinated employees would still need to wear masks in certain situations such as covid-19 outbreaks at the office. employers would also have to verify and document the vaccine status of its employees. in california is open to travelers again in san francisco this morning. governor newsom announced a plan to bring back california's tourism industry along with more incentives to get covid-19 vaccines. concourse charles clifford was there and has the details. charles. >> yeah. well, the governor, you know, more than 2 months ago announced june 15th is a reopening date. it was very confusing your kind of people were wondering if it would
actually happen. but now the governor says the because about 72% of the state has received at least one dose of coronavirus vaccine infection case rates have dropped and stay low. they can go ahead that we can go ahead and reopen on june 15th to encourage people to travel and get out there. other quite a few big giveaways to people who've been vaccinated that put together some travel packages in southern california. and here in san francisco for people that can when they're also giving away a lot of money. some prizes are as high as like a million and a half dollars and that drawings will be in the days ahead. but for now the governor was in san francisco here earlier today. just you know, touting the reopening of california. >> it's been a tough and challenging year inside san francisco's ferry building on monday. governor gavin newsome touted california's official reopening, which is set for midnight on tuesday. with california reopening tomorrow. know more physical distancing requirements. no more caps. >> on occupancy. moving beyond the blueprint aligning with
the cdc on mask mandates that all goes in effect midnight tonight. but the governor was also quick to note that even though restrictions are being lifted. the pandemic is not over and that everyone needs to stay vigilant. we're not done. >> this is not spiking the football tomorrow. it's not mission accomplished tomorrow. this virus is not going away tomorrow. this pandemic is not behind us tomorrow. the lifting of restrictions is a welcome news to businesses like acne bakery inside the ferry building. >> who have struggled through the pandemic. >> it's been very tough. paying a survivor. see, you a lot of businesses on fort recalls. but we really are looking forward to this improving and getting some normalcy. >> all right. back live now the governor did admit there. one thing that could put all of that. this is at risk is the new variants of the coronavirus which have been detected here in california around the country, including the delta variant and some of the other variants which are of high concern they're going to keeping a close eye on those. but for now in san francisco, charles clifford kron 4 news.
>> thank you, charles. now during his stop in san francisco today. governor newsom announced more incentives to get vaccinated. this includes of acts for the win program. tomorrow. the day of california's grand reopening 10 more vaccinated. residents will be selected to win 1.5 million dollars each. you can download the kron on app for live coverage on the lottery drawing. there will also be a drawing on july 1st for 6 californians to get a california dream vacation in $2000 towards a trip to a destination in the state. the 6 trip packages include discover the best of anaheim package. greater palm spring luxury package premium los angeles picks los angeles experience for 4 san diego beach dream vacation for 4 san diego downtown dream vacation for 4 san francisco. our gate is open. welcome package. the similar to similar to the vax for the win cash prize drawings, winners of the
dreams. vacation will be randomly selected from the pool of eligible californians and will not be initially announced to protect their privacy. california and it will be required to complete their vaccinations in order to claim their dream vacation. it can read more on the vacation packages on our website. kron 4 dot com. state senator bill dodd of napa is encouraging people who still haven't gotten their covid-19 vaccine to get the shot. he released a statement about tomorrow's reopening saying in part, quote, the last 15 months have brought extreme hardship and loss, but working together. we now have the virus under control reach this important milestone efforts to get vaccinated and practice social distancing have brought us to this point. happening tomorrow. san mateo county will be holding a reopening celebration that will happen on mike nevin way near the coma. bart station. it starts at 11:00am and there e ll be
barbecue and live entertainment. that is a free event and even though social distancing guidelines will be stopped tomorrow. people are still being asked to be careful and social distance when possible. and starting today, oakland a's fans can get a covid vaccine and all remaining a's home games this season fans to get the vaccine will be given a voucher for 2 tickets to that day's game or an upcoming game at the coliseum vaccination clinic will open about 90 minutes before the game and will stay open throughout the 5th inning. we'll offer the pfizer and johnson and johnson vaccine and no appointment is necessary. if you don't have tickets to that day's game. you could still get a vaccine by entering the east side club by using the bar ramp. vaccine maker novavax says its 2 dose shot is highly effective against covid-19. and it also protects against variants. the company just announced results from a large study in the u.s. its mexico that founun vaccine was safe about 90%
effective by the end of september novavax plans to file for emergency use authorization. and while demand for vaccines in the u.s. is dropping the need for more doses around the world remains critical. and now to an update on that brush fire that broke out in san jose. a cal fire says the fire is no longer spreading and all calfire air resources have been released. the fire broke out shortly before one this afternoon and quickly spread from 2 acres to 30 acres fire crews were able to gain an upper hand within an hour again, forward progress on this fire has stopped. time to talk about our weather. now. this is a live look from our quite a tower camera. it's beautiful out there. but we do have some very hot temperatures that are headed our way kron 4 meteorologist dave spahr joins us now with the details is city down to the south. but, you know, real quick here. talk about the fire that put out there.
>> this is what we have right now. we have winds coming in from the bay. a northerly direction. they're pretty much in the teens. but this is daytime heating has to drive some of the winds. so somewhat of a typical event on that front. you know, you're showing the blue skies earlier. this has been kind of cloudy just about all day right around the golden gate bridge started to lift a little bit. but it's even hard to make out the southerly towers there. so bit of fog hanging around in only to return tonight might see some drizzle going on at the coast and some of the even the bay coast a little bit on the east bay shoreline. the kind of look out for a little bit tonight. so be one more day of this break in the evening down 7 o'clock at 76 to one by 10 clear that's inland again. we'll see fog in and around the bay. big issue is excessive heat. yeah. that 11 o'clock on thursday morning. technically the excessive heat warning that you see kind of in red here. the oranges, our heat advisory and they cover some good territory as well. the chunk there, the south bay santa clara valley. the santa cruz mountains. again, this will be going into effect
later this week for tonight. again, the fog redeveloping a little bit excessive heat that we discussed 11 o'clock. there will be the excessive heat warning. then the heat advisory that will be in the south and the north bay also including a little chunk there. the peninsula. this is somewhat organic. so they may change that hines and locations a little bit as we see what unfolds a little bit temperatures right now. looks like highs lower 80's off to the delta already in today is probably the coolest day we're going to see until saturday, 78 going on for santa rosa 74 for a san jose. and you can see some of the green still hanging on with 60's in place. coming up a little bit. of course, we'll be checking into the forecast going on for tonight. 2 knots. thank you, dave. >> coming up, families in east oakland have some fiscal relief headed their way. who qualifies and just how much will those families receive. plus helping those in need we're highlighting the food bank of contra costa and solano. volunteers have helped keep a vulnerable population
now live to show us some of the damage morning. it's crazy to think that such a large tree snapped in half and thankfully no one is hurt. >> i know it's a nice day, really is very lucky that no one got hurt in this incident. you can see what's left of the monterey pine behind me here surrounded by yellow caution tape. piece of this massive truck snapped off and crashed into a home at the end of and she'll way. and neighbors say this. they've been worried about this tree for some time. here's a photo that shows with a 90 year-old occupant of the home woke up to a massive tree limb skewering her living room. it put several holes into the roof and took off the side dec. >> here's some video that shows the wreckage from outside the home. luckily needed the elderly woman or her caretaker were hurt at this time. it appears the house is still structurally sound. the apartment building inspection has determined the house is safe for occupancy.
>> but they're looking for some further evaluation because of the extended hours of the external parts of the house, meaning deck areas, but it doesn't seem like there's any immediate hazard now that the trees been removed from the room. >> streets. it's at the trail head of what's called edge hill mountain neighbors have been worrying about it for some time. it's been totally dead for over a year. >> we are burress least one probably 2 or burress have assessed seeing that it was. need to come down. and we've been talking communicating with the city about it. but there is a question as to who owns and is responsible for the tree. >> members of the edge. hill way association say this land became a green space around 2004 after a land swap between the city and a developer. but for some reason the parcel that the tree sits on wasn't part of the swap even though the rec and park sign is posted right in front of the tree to no one had stepped up to deal with it. but we are concerned about the whole that whole green space in there because they're in numerous trees have come down. and and
are just lying there. rotting. >> so there is a we a danger from fire potentially when it gets really dry. also that there's this path and that some somebody could killed, you know, with a tree falling when the public comes through here. >> they tell me the city attorney's office is involved in all of this. i've reached out to their spokesperson. he says he's looking into the case. meanwhile, the residents out here say they've been really frustrated with how slowly it's taken the city to figure out whose land this is they hope this incident gets the city to speed up and take responsibility reporting from san francisco. i'm maureen kelly kron 4 news. thank you, maureen. >> to the east bay now we're antioch. police are investigating a home invasion that left both the victim in all 3 suspects hospitalized officers responded to a home on hillside road right off.
lone tree way just after 4 yesterday morning, police found a 19 year-old man shot inside of that home in evidence at the scene indicated the shooting happened when the suspects tried to force their way into the house and we're confront confronted by the victim and other family members. police say they found 3 suspects to local hospitals with stab wounds. all of them are expected to be okay. new today, san francisco police say 3 people are being treated for life threatening injuries. following a shooting in san francisco. the shooting happened on golden gate avenue in high street early sunday morning. police say another shooting occurred near the area just the night before there. one person was shot with life non life threatening injuries, rather the investigation for both are still ongoing and anyone with information is asked to reach out to san francisco pd. in the north bay. now 2 teenage
girls died saturday night in a solo car crash near the fox tail golf club in rohnert park. it happened around 9.30 saturday night when according to police, the car was traveling at high speed and hit a curb along a golf course drive near roberts lake road. the car then jumped the curb hit to street signs to trees and then a traffic signal where it came to rest on its side. the 17 year-old driver was found dead on scene. the 16 year-old passenger was found with life threatening injuries and died at the scene. it's not known if alcohol or drugs were a factor in this accident. accident and police are not releasing their names at this time. switching gears now to talk about the weather as we take a live look over to the east bay along our walnut creek camera. it's going to be very hot time in the bay area this week. kron 4 meteorologist dave spahr has the details on that day. if that's what the places are going to feel too. yeah, i had to go. it's this what it looks like at half moon bay. we're
still seeing that blue just a couple of hours ago there's a lot of fog kind of hanging around. don't worry. it's coming back again. >> and the golden gate bridge was really been slow to clear all day for today. here's the fog coming back again in to greet us tomorrow morning before the roads away. me see a little bit again in the coastal drizzle along the bay in the ocean itself. 74 7 o'clock 10 o'clock. this is clear inland, we should say 60 or so. so very pleasant, again tonight. want to open up those windows and choi. that is despite the last night. you can do that because excessive heat is coming our way at 11 o'clock on thursday. this is now in excessive heat warning. we see the red not just a lot of clout county. clearly it's covering a lot more geography, including a nice little sliver up here. you can see in the north bay little slivers here and there in the oranges indicate the heat advisory and that's a lower criteria are also in the santa cruz mountains in santa clara valley as well as included in this bunch, lifetime. santa clara valley is not included in this 82 antioch. 84 concord also valais whoa. this is now.
so we're not getting the on shore. winds being felt too much green along the peninsula probably won't see that tomorrow. and here's the contrast from 24 hours ago. we're actually trailing where we were. don't worry from this point on. we will be ahead of the ball game. it looks like all the way to finish off the week. coming up a little bit. of course, we'll take a look at those longer range forecast models for you real quick because this heat will end. and i have a nice treat for us and we'll take a look at just how hot it will get some thank you, dave. >> still ahead, the happiest place on earth is changing its mask rules. when you need to know if you're heading there with your family. and when we come back, how the contra costa and solano food banks have helped keep bellie
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we are highlighting the good work happening every hour and every day at the food bank of contra costa and solano. >> without their senior food distribution program. many and the vulnerable population may go hungry during the pandemic. kron four's phillipe chicago reports from where volunteers are feeding the community. >> grateful for the range, an extension care and ready in a paper bag. they keep the surviving here i am. seniors in vallejo, not left behind. instead top of mind for the food bank of contra, costa and solano. beautiful thing.
>> there every second and 4th wednesday of the month. if lawrence douglas community center hosts the food bank, senior food program, drive-thru distribution is really half old. yes, we don't go out that much. as you showed, volunteers hand out food, prepared back at the main warehouse producing several days worth of meals over all the food bank is keeping bellies full march was a record setting month. that was well over 4 million pounds of food. that was distributed. >> in just one month. that's over 3 million thank you. on average, the food bank is serving 270,000 people per month more than the populations of concord and fairfield combine. it's very helpful. but i don't come every time i come just once a month. >> yeah. yeah, because i feel like other people might need it more than i do. and whatever does not reach the back seat of someone's car is then packed up and sent to
another one of food bank 75 distribution sites to help others in need. the people that do this. the volunteers, everything. >> you know, i can't say enough a great things about him. i'm just lucky to be able to be a part of this a lifeline for so many people. >> in calais get all kron. 4 news. >> in the east bay now nearly 3 million dollars of guaranteed. income is coming to east oakland families council members lauren taylor and traver read join with community partners to hand out flyers to people eligible for phase one of the oakland resilient families guaranteed income pilots. 300 eligible families will be randomly selected to receive an additional $500 a month for 18 months. up next, it's a day many of us have been waiting for tomorrow. the city california is lifting mostly all covid-19 restrictions in many bay area counties are following suit. >> but are we ready we'll have reaction from an infectious disease expert. and the
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away from lifting. most covid-19 pandemic restrictions and starting at midnight tonight, the state will retire its color-coded tier reopening plan which essentially means everything will go back to prepandemic life. if you're fully vaccinated. here's a look at what's a changing tomorrow. capacity limits, physical distancing and mask requirements for vaccinated. people will be lifted at bars restaurants. retail stores and places of worship on vaccinated. people will still however, be required to wear masks and it's not a mask free state just yet. there are some situations when even fully vaccinated, people must wear masks or their suggested to wear a mask. masks are still required when taking public transportation or traveling. and they're also still required inside classrooms. melty mlb teams as safe and should still wear masks. the giants and a's games no longer be enforced and while these restrictions are being lifted, it doesn't mean the pandemic is over just yet. kron 4 did a
survey on our facebook page today to find out if people plan on ditching of their masks as soon as tomorrow. here's a look at the latest numbers. 41% are saying yes, they can't wait to ditch the mask while 59% are saying no, they're not yet comfortable to stay up to date on the latest covid-19 developments as the state reopens scanned the qr code you see right here on your screen right now. it will take you to our special covid-19 section on our website where you can find the latest on vaccinations mask requirements and that's all on kron. 4 dot com. and it's a day that many of us have been waiting for tomorrow. june 15th the state drops mostly all covid-19 restrictions in many bay area counties are following suit. but are we ready to make that move. earlier today we spoke with doctor george rutherford with ucsf for what many are calling covid-19 independence day. >> i'd say the risk is limited to people who are unvaccinated are not fully vaccinated yet.
they need to continue to be careful, especially if they're congregating in places. where there may be a lot of unvaccinated people and where somebody can get in was infectious and there could be that quick out, you know, very quick outbreaks, especially now with this delta variant, it spreads much faster. if you're vaccinated, gold, go do what you want. go. if you're unvaccinated get and if you're not going to get back to you. need to be very, very careful. >> okay. talk a little bit more about that delta very and how president is it here in california. >> it's it's coming up in in prevalence in california. it's about 4% currently, according to state data of all the strains that have been gina typed in the last day in the last month, which is up from about one percent of the month before. so it's becoming more more prevalent. it's not going to displace the alpha variant, the uk variant anytime soon. could by the end of the which is which is worrisome because
it's it does spread much faster. it. but the beds just as the vaccine works just as well, though, against it. >> as for returning to indoor gym activities doctor rutherford says it is safe to go without a mask. if you are fully vaccinated. and the east bay now businesses and organizations in contra. costa county can now request visits from the county's vaccination vans. this is video of a mobile vaccination site that was set up in richmond groups can request the vaccination ban through the county's website. all it takes to book a visit to have at least 5 people who want to be vaccinated. it will take about 2 weeks for the vance visits after business submits their request form. in the north bay now due to severe drought. the city of healdsburg is now requiring all residents. >> to reduce water usage immediately. the city enacted an emergency mandate to conserve 40% of its water use
and ban the use of automatic sprinklers and irrigation systems washing your car and hosing down driveways are also prohibited. the mandate also means residential customers have to follow a new water budget. >> allocation of 74 gallons per resident per day just some background healdsburg has the highest water 4 per household or per customer and our entire county. >> the mayor says the city will be monitoring customers, water use and offering education. initially. but if it comes down to it, they are able to issue fines. if needed. right now kron 4 dot com. you can find more information and tips to prepare for wildfire season as we are in the drought just use your mobile devices. scanned the qr code on your screen. you'll be directed straight to our website. and speaking of the dry and warm temperatures. take a look at our forecast is a live look outside at golden gate bridge. you could see that marine layer kind of like
looming overhead, which means it's probably much cooler there than other parts of the bay area. the kron four's, dave spahr standing by with a look at that. it has been a loomer all day today. it just hasn't looked at all that the best shot we've had all day today. here's the east bay shoreline. >> and there you can see it all blue skies as most of the bay area seeing for today. that heat as we're watching out for its midweek onward. this kicks in there. you can see the excessive heat warning for the east bay solano county has been the first one to pop in this. and yes, there in that as well. but also being added to this to the south bay peninsula. the heat advisory where you see an orange of this is going to change a little bit potentially in terms of timing of all this. but this is we have going on after get through tonight, by the way, that fog will be coming back again. the loomer and then after we get past that point. a heat warning 11:00am thursday through 01:00pm on friday. we have going on. that's the north and the east bay, particularly there you saw in the map 100 plus heat advisory covering the south and north bay to end
the peninsula. santa cruz mountains, particularly with all of that will be 11:00am through one pm all the way to about friday. so by the weekend everybody does improve temperature check. we have a lower 80's off to the delta. also 84 napa 78 for santa rosa 74 going on for san jose. got some 60 still hovering here along the peninsula and those are not going to last too long for tonight. we do see the fog coming back again. 51 san francisco oakland 5455. meanwhile for san jose. the wider bay pretty much of the lower 50's story to mid 50's. so deathly want to open up the windows kind of up all that cool air has put can because it's on the way out. but some venture on the later into the forecast period. we do have a kind of southeasterly flow kicks and temporarily. this is an eventful for now. but in august and september kind like to watch that. see if that marine layer moisture comes up. that means high level thunder shower risk. now after weekend. now we see another pattern looks like marine layer is coming back. it's not the bands of rain or anything.
but it will bring that drizzle like we had last night the fog and all of that across the bay for at least the overnight hours. so that will be some least minor relief with all of that coming up a little bit. of course, we'll check in your 7 are the 4 of the 7 day forecast which is going to have those very hot temperatures so knots. thank you, dave. >> coming up, the happiest place on earth is changing its mask. rules will tell you what you need to know if you are heading out there with your family. also coming up, listen up, dog owners as some dog food is being recalled this afternoon after intentional
your money. now some fresh pet dog food is being recalled due to a potential a salmonella outbreak. >> fresh vets select small dog bite size beef and egg recipe. dog in one pound bags being taken off the shelf at certain target in public stores. the affected products have a sell by date of october. 30th 2021. the company says a single lot of the product was meant to be discarded before it was shipped, but they were inadvertently sent to some target and public stores. disneyland is dropping mask requirements for fully-vaccinated. guess the resort announced a new mask policy today and starting tomorrow fully vaccinated. people will not have to wear masks. both indoors and outdoors. people who are not vaccinated. they will have to wear masks indoors except when
dining disney disneyland rather will not ask for proof of vaccination. and if you are fully vaccinated, it will pay dividends in the form of a free seasoned beef nacho cheese, doritos. locos locos taco all you have to do is show your covid-19 vaccination card at participating. california. taco bell locations tomorrow. taco bell is working with governor gavin newsome is part of the vax 4. the win program to increase vaccinations in these key groups and help safely reopen the states. to take a quick break. but still ahead, president biden is in brussels today at the nato headquarters. >> we'll have a full report on his commitment to nato allies and the growing threats from china. and summer is going to show its teeth coming up later this week at 11 o'clock on thursday we go to the excessive heat warning. it is in red and on wednesday that heat advisory look at the geography being covered there.
>> it's almost 4 o'clock on this monday afternoon. so let's talk about our forecast as we take a live look outside over downtown san francisco, lot of people about to flock to the coast this week with some hot weather in the forecast. dave spahr is standing by with details. dave, how hot are we talking. we're talking a 100 plus sanaa's some areas. and on the far east bay, you could be one or 5, one. '05 or a little bit
beyond potentially going on. thursday is the big day. want to watch with all of that. that's when everything is going to be at its max. >> east bay shoreline here. just a little ways. some puppy clouds fog off to the distance. it's coming back tonight, maybe a little coastal drizzle with that, too. but it's going operate pretty quickly once the sun joins us tomorrow morning. 70 at 7 o'clock by 10 at 60. that's again inland. we'll see some good cooling. but in around the immediate they'll still remain a little damp. and again, that fog will come back again. just a quick check on the winds. there's the winds. you can see on shore driven by the inland heating. interesting enough. we don't see the winds intense inland tomorrow as we do today except in the north bay along the peninsula and curiously. we have some offshore winds temporarily up the solano county and napa for a few hours before that high positions in the right spot, the basically turns off all the winds and we get this excessive heat warning. big day on this is on thursday for everybody heat advisory and orange. this kicks in on wednesday and everything will expire. then finally by
friday, temperature check. we're at 82 for can conquer today. he got near 80 up in the north we have a map, a 74 for san jose. but let's do it in your seven-day forecast. how hot would get like this wednesday. we hit the 100 degree mark and beyond for thursday. again, the hottest day into the weekend. we relax a little bit. but you can even feel that around the east bay shoreline to by thursday might see some areas popping about 90 potentially and at the coast to try to get some relief. we'll see some 70's so knots. thank you, dave. >> president biden's first nato summit as president is under way in brussels the president will get a chance to sit down with nato leaders before heading to geneva on wednesday to meet with president vladimir the russian president, washington, dc correspondent anna wiernicki has more. >> good evening. president biden is in brussels today at the nato headquarters. this is his second. it is 3 stop trip overseas to europe and there's a lot on the agenda to discuss this week. everything from china to climate change. and
of course, russia. >> nato is critically important for us in brussels on monday, president biden reaffirmed america's commitment to its nato allies. the u.s. commitment to article 5. >> the nato treaty is rock solid. >> and unshakable. biden met with european leaders monday morning to discuss how nato should adapt to new challenges, including cyberattacks climate change and growing threats from china and russia, russia and china are both seeking to drive a wedge an hour transatlantic solidarity. we're seeing an increase in malicious cyber activity. our nation ship curry with shot is at its lowest point since cold war nato secretary general yen. stoltenberg says the leaders agreed they want to tackle these challenges diplomatically keep the fence is strong. remaining ready to talk the biden administration already imposed sanctions against moscow over several past cyber attacks. russian
president vladimir putin denied those allegations in an interview with nbc news on monday. but we have been accused of all kinds of things election interference, cyberattacks and so on and so forth. >> and not once, not once, not one time with was released that they bother to produce because any kind of evidence or proof. >> president biden is set to meet with can space to face on wednesday in geneva. the last time that they met was 10 years ago when president biden was vice president and putin was prime minister in washington. i'm anna wiernicki. back to you. >> the justice department's national security john demars is resigning amid an investigation into data seizures. we first learned on friday that the justice department under former president trump secretly subpoenaed apple for phone data on some democratic lawmakers and reporters at major news outlets like the washington post, the new york times and cnn, trump had appointed embers a few weeks
after the subpoena and now he faces questions about what he knew about the data collection. cameras will leave his post by the end of next week. the department of justice says is a plan for weeks to leave the department by the end of this month. and pack your patience crowds and long lines are expected to fill national parks this summer. national parks are seeing record setting attendance after more than a year of travel restrictions last month. yellowstone national park saw the most visitors ever recorded in may more than 483,000 people visited the park which is around an 11% increase from may 2019 park officials say summer months are historically the busiest months of the year. and apple plans to drop its mask requirement for vaccinated customers that many us stores beginning next week, which is a move that will mark yet another major retailer moving away from the covid-19 safety protocols states ease restrictions. bloomberg
reports the change will go into effect as early as tuesday, which is tomorrow and employees have been told that they won't be required to ask customers for verification of vaccination. and just the way the cookie crumbles, the girl scouts have a 15 million unsold boxes of cookies as the pandemic war into the spring season. many troops ditch traditional cookie booths as a safety precaution which resulted in a huge loss for the industry as a majority of their sales are made in person. a spokesperson for the girl scouts accounts. that they have dealt with excess inventory issues in the past because of weather. but this level is unprecedented. partnering baker's for the girl scouts say they are working with the organization to sell or donate on bought boxes to places like food banks and the military. next on kron. 4 news at 3. we'll tell you just how early scientists in canada say we form our first memories. we'll be ri
>> decades of research is showing just how early earliest memory stick in our brains. researchers from canada's memorial. university have concluded we can recall memories from his early as 2 and a half years old. they asked people to think back to the earliest childhood memories and then asked them to ask their parents when they believe those events occurred. the parents in the study tended to correct their child answers to younger ages showing that our memories are typically from a younger age than we initially think. time
now to check in with newsnation to see what their team is working on tonight. a return to normal as million start traveling again, left short-handed bar rescues. john tapped her on the post covid boom in las vegas. >> plus, a soccer star has a heart attack on live tv. we'll talk with a cardiologist breaks down the warning signs and how to keep yourself protected now here's rob nelson with a look at what's coming up on news nation. prime. thanks, joe. tonight on prime a concerning rise in crime across the country and it's happening everywhere, not just in. >> big cities. how are smaller communities dealing with the uptick and have we ever seen such high crime rates before. >> i'm leland better live from geneva as biden putin prepared to sit down. we'll tell you why biden's threats today could change everything. >> all that and more tonight on news nation. prime. >> you can find news on the channels listed on your
screen. also details a build on our website. kron 4 dot com. before we go, one more check on our heat wave with dave spahr. dave. it's not just hot out there, but a lot of western states as well. that's right. it could be covering a lot of territory and enjoy these temperatures and the fog going on for tonight. san francisco. you're looking at 51 tonight. 54 oakland. >> 55 san jose, maybe even potentially for san francisco and oakland. a little bit of drizzle thrown in for good measure. >> briefly with that fog across most of the geography we're going to see 50's going on tonight. 49 at the santa rosa. so enjoy. so the heat wave starts to build little bit of southeasterly flow. nothing happens until the weekend breaks down a little bit. temperatures back off and early next week. what a treat. we get that marine layer back again, not only colder temperatures but little bit dampness and that fog coming back overnight, particularly it's not the same as a stratus rain, but at least it's better than baking. like we will the end of this week. speaking of which the 7 day comes out like this. triple digits expected
wednesday, onward might see a 90 or so for portions of the east bay on thursday. there you have your 70's, the thank you, dave. >> the news doesn't end coverage continues at the top of the hour on our kron on app. and here's a look at what's coming up. a woman in san pablo was robbed at gunpoint and now police have released a picture of the suspect. plus after being closed for 13 years. a popular bay area hiking trail is back open. >> stories and more just use your phone to scan the qr code on your screen right now. it will take you directly to your phone's app store. they can download kron-on for free. that's it for kron 4 news at knots. thanks for watching. bay area homeowners, learn how you can eliminate monthly mortgage payments and improve your cashflow. look, this isn't my first rodeo and let me tell you something, i wouldn't be here if i thought reverse mortgages took advantage of any american senior,
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