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kron 00:04am morning news on marty gonzales happening today education leaders across the state could be laying out a blueprint for what could be required in classrooms when students go back kron four's jonathan mccall takes a look at what could be included in that plan. it's now been 10 weeks since california classrooms were forced to close because of covid-19 concerns. >>as the current school year comes to an end leaders are now focused on what happens in the fall and the new lessons on social distancing that will greet students parents and educators lots of personal protective equipment to have to be masked. >>and hand sanitizers and the ability for hand washing and other resources for our schools, wednesday state superintendent tony thurmond said that access to ppe will be required for schools to reopen. >>he also emphasized that districts will make their own decisions on when and how to reopen the things that we've heard include that many schools are likely have smaller class sizes in order
to accommodate the need for 6 feet of space between our students in their classes, hallways. >>and in common spaces. >>that could also include hybrid learning with some students in class while others learned from home. answers in guidance could come thursday during a virtual meeting with state education officials and leaders from california is 1000 school districts members from the school reopening task force or expected this year there are early findings johnson psaki with oakland unified schools will be watching we imagine this is going to fall ppe for everybody's can imagine a physical distancing for everybody is going involve extra cleaning disinfecting during the course of any school day. >>so you know we really want to know what that's going to look like some that the state perspective. psaki says the district is working on a plan of its own but is looking for leaders to step up to provide more guidance. so lucky says with $35 million cut from the budget because of covid-19 on top of the $20 million cut in
the spring. >>he questions just how effective schools can be practicing safety on a shoestring budget but the federal government needs to step up if they want this economy to return to normal in any way shape or form they need our schools to do the same and arts do that we need a lot more money. >>in san francisco jonathan mccall kron 4 news. in developing news, this morning, the university of california says its campuses will be opening in the fall despite the covid-19 pat pandemic. >>that is currently shut down most of the campus activity across the state. joining us live from ucsf with more on how this might look for everyone involved there is rain hard behind the rain. >>i'm martie well what we do know is that things on the ucsf campus are certainly going to be different. it's just about learning is the coming weeks how different so again students that i spoke to this morning tell me that this is their final year up here and they per that they're going to be seeing a lot more online education for
themselves and the other students here for the fall semester coming back so that's something that students are going to certainly have to adjust to. now you see administrators are right now trying to make sure they're on guideline with the state along with local health departments about what they need to implement on campus. so does that mean making sure that classrooms have less student does that mean implementing mask on and off campus for students and faculty members. i spoke to some students like i mentioned, here's what they had to say about the fall semester. >>thing to see how they manage that and i know a lot of things are becoming online but especially for both physical therapy students and that requires a lot of hands on and so does a lot of different health care to the web site will be interesting to see how they decide to educate students the hands on aspect people thrive online. some people don't. >>they're doing their best to
keep classes without but i have heard people say they really appreciate the one on one face to face with the teachers, a man, it's less distracting when you can be on site in class. >>now you see administration anticipates a decision about the fall will be made by each of the 10 campuses by mid-june for their nearly 270,000 students ucsf in other eu cesar keep in mind and a covid-19 surge could come again in the fall, so they're being mindful of that and marty the main goal of the faculty and the students that are trying to plan things for the fall semesters they want the students to be able to focus on classes may want to be able to focus on keeping students say so does that mean we see more online classes as opposed to in person classes you heard from those 2 students there. >>they're still up in the air about how they feel about that for now that will see this in the coming weeks for now
reporting in san francisco radar harvey kron 4 news reign of the one thing that's constant is that everything is always changing. thanks to laugh at live reporta >>from ucsf all right time now to go ahead and check the weather forecast as we head into the holiday weekend. let's check in with a meteorologist dave spahr hi dave good morning. >>a good morning. marty good morning, everybody and we can already tell that from the longer range forecast models it's going to be a toasty one but before we get there temperatures are pretty pretty mild and the next couple of days at least live shot coming in from timber on we have still that kind of aids that you saw the sutro camera behind marty earlier still some leftover hazy on that's that fog that we had kind of negotiating its way out of here. temperatures of all pretty much graduate in the 60's just about everywhere livermore okay 59 in some of the peninsular still in the 50's but elsewhere in the 60's up in the north bay donna san jose it 61 hayward 61 2 and 62 coming in for oakland. the breakdown today under sunny skies look at that 3 are just for 75 1 o'clock. 4 o'clock
we're talking 76 and temperatures will be somewhat mild going on today tomorrow and you up to bat on saturday but then after that look out we have a big time warm up coming up. we'll talk about more about that in just a bit marty backed ok dave thanks a lot to look forward to that. >>well this morning. we're also covering the latest bay area coronavirus cases and deaths there are now more than 11,000 confirmed cases in the bay area. now take a look at your screen. we have the latest numbers of cases and also people who have died from the virus broken down by county alameda county now with the most cases with over 2500 infections in 88 deaths. we're also seeing more than 2000 cases in santa clara and san francisco counties altogether there are more than 400 people who have died from the covid-19 virus in the bay area you can find these numbers broken down by county and by city on our website kron 4 dot com. 2 more people have died from covid-19 at the windsor vallejo care center and that brings the total of deaths there to 13 people so far 99
residents and 33 staff members there have tested positive for the virus. there was a protest yesterday and this is video of demonstrators outside the nursing home they're demanding that the facility be shut down. >>an inspection last month by the health department found 23 health citations at the care center. and they gave it a rating of much below average the state has sent an infection control strike team to take a look at exposures and to monitor the outbreak. santa clara county's increasing testing for the coronavirus in fact now they're offering free testing to all of its residents. people can get tested at the police athletic league stadium that sunny san jose. officials chose that location because about 40% of the current covid-19 cases in santa clara county. are any san jose but only about 20% of the testing has been done there. so officials say they want to ramp up testing in that location to get a better overall picture of how the virus is spreading.
>>this is where so many of our residents are working every day in essential industries. i'm providing the food that is sustaining our community and kitchens. their frontline healthcare workers, they're doing all that they possibly can to put food on the table for their families and sustain our community and as a result they are at greater risk and so we need to ensure there's more testing here nice ever say to ensure that we are doing right by our entire community. >>now in order to be tested you must be 18 years old or older and sign a health authorization form if you'd like more details on how you can make an appointment for testing just head to our website at kron 4 dot com. new this morning solano county has been approved by the state to move ahead with expanded phase to reopening that means that county can now have dine-in services at restaurants among other things also more retail shops will be allowed to reopen that includes some malls, but restaurants and businesses can only reopen as long as social distancing
measures are in place earlier this week napa county also moved into the expanded phase of phase 2 reopening. now to the east bay where help is on the way for small businesses in antioch the city council is working on an economic stimulus package to support local stores that were hammered by the pandemic mayor shawn wright says the city is brainstorming a few ideas as antioch in contra costa county are working through phase 2 of reopening that community. he says the city has up to $400,000 in reserves already included in the budget that money was originally designated for an eocs re branding campaign. mayer writes as that money could instead be used to reduce or eliminate license fees for the city's more than 300 small businesses. >>they're running just like you know people going paycheck to paycheck there one month to month. the revenue house to pay the bills and when you go 2 months without revenue how do you get that through that process. >>the city council will be looking into the stimulus
package at its next meeting that's on tuesday. they're hoping to have a vote on a plan within the next 3 weeks. and our coverage of the coronavirus continues on our website at kron 4 dot com where we have the latest on outbreaks in the bay area also an interactive map and plenty of information on ways for you to stay safe. you can find it on our website kron 4 dot com. we have developing news in the east bay this morning where hayward police are investigating a deadly officer-involved shooting. it happened wednesday afternoon while police were i'm making a traffic stop in the area of wildwood and kelly streets. officers say that the man was in his 20's and was a suspect in another case. that man died at the scene and neighbors say they also saw police focusing their efforts on a home that they say was known for causing trouble in the neighborhood. >>shooting death. during the contact officers discharged
his service weapon at this point we're still investigating to determine what led to that how that i had a lot of incidents with that house officers have been. >>been over there a lot and including mine because they tend to try to run from there into my yard and escaped. >>well police haven't released any information about the man who was killed and department protocol has the officers involved in the shooting on paid administrative leave. still ahead this morning, some big changes coming to us airports we're going to tell you how the tsa screening process will look the next time you fly. >>senate democrats and republicans divided on the direction for the next coronavirus relief package and good
morning welcome back to kron 00:04am morning news with time to get a check of the forecast and we're taking a look at walnut creek this time around. >>one of the places that really going to a heat up, but in the next few days, let's get more on that from dave spahr i dave. >>a seal be pumping you got that right good morning. marty good morning, everybody and not only in the house but also in the car and your travels to it will be plenty warm got a break though for a couple of days before things start to really pick up heading down south to the south bay. this is from a san jose state for the middle out to the department. folks there checking and what's going on there. meanwhile, here's the shot of the golden gate
bridge, i'm looking pretty good as well little bit of a modest on shore when that we have that's going to testify a little bit because this front is going to provide some relief before things start to really kick off in this heat wave coming our way heat spike 60's over most of the board except the peninsula that's the only spot there a little more to it 59, but city 7 fellow well to redwood city. 62 won for oakland 65 delay ho conquer checking in at 63. and 66 off to antioch and all locations that exception half moon bay are looking at numbers a little warmer now than they were this time from yesterday again we are fighting to some of foggy cloudiness that we had lingering for the later hours. so the game plan is mostly sunny and mild today 70's for the bay a few 80's happening in london kind of the same maybe breezy conditions to start your friday. in saturday, not too bad, but by the time we get to sunday onward it's sunny and turning hot those coastal numbers in the 70's 80's for the bay and
90's inland. by the time we get world a proper and maybe even as late as tuesday might start to see some east bay shoreline numbers pop up near 90 will play says fremont a word you might start to see places get to around 90 or so the next week wednesday, slight cooling happening at the coast as we start to chip away at this it 80's getting back to those inland spots by late in the week thursday into friday but central valley looks like it could be hot all week long 67% francisco getting kind of breezy later today as that front drop south. major some clouds in here to be late in the day and night 72 for oakland, 77 for san jose across the greater piece of real estate here some reds encroaching. on the bay area but that's probably will be held at bay it could be kind of a stalemate here for the nex couple of days, 77 for livermore at 77 down to san jose of course one of the 4 zone forecast coming up in a little bit let's go and check out your extended forecast 82 on saturday, so not too bad. 91 sunday and their way we go
mid to upper 90's as we get into early next week. and between us kids here it's not impossible for some stray spots out there to the delta pop your about 100 or so for tuesday, or maybe on monday. so we'll check out 4 zone forecast coming up a little later in the broadcast marty okay, thanks a lot. >>on capitol hill. it's a standoff in the senate as republicans want to create a new relief package and democrats think that republicans are dragging their feet. our washington dc correspondent basil john reports on what senators want to do next. >>senate republicans are rejecting the heroes act passed by the house last week it's not bipartisan. the most bipartisan part of it was in opposition west, virginia senator shelley moore capital says she wants to find a solution for both parties, now's the time to pull together to find where we have gaps and concentrate our resources. their capital believes the next package needs to prioritize containing the pandemic i think the help
as issues are number one and i hope that that's where our focus comes and then sure it continuing to shore up the economy capital says republicans will prepare a relief package. the senate can agree on. but pennsylvania democrat bob casey says republicans are holding the situation hostage and making americans suffer. >>senate republicans are going to have the entire month, the man didn't 0 and covid-19 the property to go through the entire month of june during 0 on covid-19 cases says the senate shouldn't be ignoring the house bill so i just don't think taxpayers should get more help. i guess they believe that workers compensation support should continue for general assembly that state and local governments to just going way off. police officers and cut school funding some democrats suggested skipping a week-long memorial day recess to pass a relief bill. >>but senate majority leader mitch mcconnell isn't changing the schedule. reporting in washington, i'm be-all john. >>and happening today president trump's former
personal attorney michael cohen will be released from prison. he's expected to serve the rest of his sentence at home. cohen's early release comes as corona virus continues to spread through the prison system. he was sentenced to 3 years in prison back in december of 2018. cohen's charges include lying to congress and making hush money payments to adult movie actress stormy daniels and former playboy model karen mcdougal. they both claim they had encounters with the president which he denies. the tsa is changes in screening procedures in response to the coronavirus passengers at the airports will now need to hang on to their boarding passes rather than handing them over to tsa officers. the officers will look at the boarding pass without touching them to prevent cross contamination. and when a suitcase or bag does not pass x-ray screening. passengers may be responsible for unpacking that bag and then sending it through the machine again rather than an officer searching through the bag by hand the agencies also
encouraging passengers to put smaller items like a wallet and a cell phone in their carry on bag before they go through the screening area. washington dc is warning governor newsome that his plan to reopen california discriminates against churches, the head of the federal justice department's civil rights division argues that despite the pandemic newsome should allow some in person worship church services are mostly limited to online. but the governor says religious institutions could start welcoming parishioners back for a limited in person service in the coming weeks. developing news in the north bay this morning, we're working on getting more details on a 2 alarm house fire in sandra fell. it happened last night on 5th avenue near california avenue. there's no word just yet on how the fire started or if there was anyone inside at the time. the morning it broke out and then abandoned strip mall in san jose yesterday take a
look at the smoky scene along bascom avenue and southwest expressway fortunately, no one was hurt. but there's no word just yet on what sparked the flames. coming up on kron 00:04am morning news, an emotional so a good buys a san francisco man is reunited with his family and saying goodbye to hospital workers after 2 months in the hospital batting battling covid-19 we'll have that emotional scene after the break. and we'll take you outside for a look at beautiful blue skies, plenty of sunshine in the approach the bay bridge. >>there is going to be heating up this holiday weekend.
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and because we're committed for the long haul, the credit lasts your full policy term. so thanks again. one good share deserves another. >>good morning, welcome back a san francisco man is back home this morning with his family after 2 months in the hospital battling covid-19 the emotional reunion was caught on camera kron four's michelle kingston has more. >>the moment on tenneco has been waiting for for 2 months. >>there must no less than a 100 people in this hall ways as i walked through with signs, clapping and cheering i mean it was. >>it was unbelievable. >>seeing his family after winning his fight against covid-19 a battle that started
in mid-march after returning home to san francisco from a trip to europe, he was coughing had a fever in tested positive for coronavirus the 69 year-old was on a ventilator for 40 days when i just spoke with them a nurse that you know this and she said that. it was not only the ventilator that was we did this we did that we did this week that we were down to our last. our last option. and you came through temp go is now home quarantining in his room for the next 2 weeks. >>he's still testing positive in working with the physical therapist to regain his strength my legs. >>we're like 2 trunks of the biggest sequoia trees that you could imagine i never thought to wind up like this never last. >>temps go as prostate cancer, but says he's a pretty active guy who loves to walk and play golf. he's resting for now, but has big plans when he recovers like all in 6 months
is to a u.s. get back wins money and the golf course he thinks the medical team at ucsf for saving his life. wife number 2. >>there's no question if i was in another hospital, i would not be alive today. and i owe it to them. >>in san francisco, michelle kingston kron 4 news. >>the fantastic well coming up next on the kron 4 morning news in north bay county wants permission to reopen restaurants, pubs and wineries will find out how city officials are reaching out. >>and let's take a live look outside traffic's moving smoothly on the san mateo bridge, everything's looking good there will be right back.
good morning, welcome back in in the north bay this morning sonoma county wants permission to reopen its restaurants breweries and wineries now those businesses are trying to reopen their patios as soon as this weekend. in downtown petaluma city officials reaching out to local restaurants to see how they'd like to go forward with the reopening the city says it's planning to waive fees and are looking for ways to speed up permitting of the permitting process so businesses could revamp a soon as possible. cities also offering no interest loan so owners can afford to make some of those changes. one business owner told kron 4 that they're going to take a little bit easy despite help from the city. >>you know neither of us want to get sick, we don't get our staff sec. we don't want our staffs families to get sick and the fact of people taking
our masks off and eating and drinking. i'm not crazy about that yet in our so we are going to baby steps we may not go as fast as some of the other businesses. >>well the city of petaluma says as much as they'd like to have the tourists come on back for now business will be available for locals only. this year this year's pride parade is canceled but covid-19 won't stop san francisco from celebrating the event's 50th anniversary it's just going to be online festival organizers released the details of what's being called pride 50 now instead of the typical for a flag raising ceremony, the festivities will begin on friday june 5th with a live stream this hosted by san francisco mayor london breed. but the sf pride president says the real celebration will come on june 27th and 28th. >>i was like, but it as if pride was still going on record to basically take pride that you knew and put it into a virtual so we're going to be programming 13 hours with the
constant. i'm going from saturday to sunday. >>well you'll be able to watch all of the celebration on the organization's website sf pride dot org. the coronavirus is not the only public health crisis we're dealing with in the bay area as health officials and police are sounding the alarm about a dramatic strike a spike rather in fatal doses of fentanyl kron four's rob fladeboe has more on that. >>and what you don't know here can kill you and the other clara county deputy da brian bucklew raising the alarm about a surge in fatal fentanyl overdoses in the last week or 2 there has been approximately 7 fatal fentanyl low t is which i'm a year-over-year is off the charts widely available fake opioid pills and other street drugs laced with fentanyl have been linked to 19 deaths so far this year compared with just 7 a year ago, 10 of those people were between 1625 a
number of these young people are getting the bills through snapchat and other social media outlets from the overdoses represent the other current public health crisis and may be related to the coronavirus pandemic says county house near a par with that i leave the shelter and have created well. >>the last 2 to 3 months. you know our have. >>tend to use more subsidies and so we have seen a number of steps in use calls overdose as we have a great concern that young people now being out of school have free time their board and i'm there i'm looking for new experiences bucklew says some users know they're taking fentanyl while others do not a recent fatal overdose led to the county's first fentanyl related murder charge. we have a drug dealer knowingly selling fentanyl aware of its dangerous properties to someone who
doesn't i know that they're purchasing settled a thing for purchasing oxycodone and so they take it accordingly and they overdose and die. >>among the more common forms of fentanyl or fake percocet pills like these staffed with am on one side and the number 30 on the other and so it's those concerns with a shelter-in-place staff. it's setting the stage for young people to experiment with drugs. >>and what we're trying to say here it can kill you in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news. >>tesla's dropping a federal lawsuit against alameda county that lawsuit was filed 2 weeks ago after tesla accused the counties. health department of overstepping federal and state restrictions. when it stopped the company from restarting production at its fremont factory. alameda county eventually gave elan musk permission to restart after he threatened to move operations out of the state tesla's fremont factory employs about 10,000 workers and makes about 40,000 cars a year. the new
iphone update is making it easier to unlock your phone while wearing a mask, the latest ios update includes a modified version of its face id feature. now if you swipe up once while wearing a face covering you'll immediately be able to enter your passcode the previous feature force you to wait a few seconds before you enter the code. the new i o s also lets you use apps created by public health agencies that will send you a notification if you've been in contact with someone who has tested positive for covid-19. and the futures looking promising for nfl teams who are we want to get back on the field but still there's a lot of unknowns as to how that's going to work, 49 ers running back raheem moster says he's innovative with his home workouts but he's more than ready to head back to the gridiron he recently signed a 3 year $9 million contract with the niners and he's expecting his workload to increase. >>a life has been concerned she's actually you've cried, i'm you know a couple times
just because she wants to make sure not only myself but on those 90 guys are in the locker all be safe and their families as well so only had tossed about in you know. she understands that no matter what you know this is my this is my job. >>well if and when sports do kick off its going to look very different as it's likely the teams will be playing in empty stadiums. coverage of the coronavirus continues on our website at kron 4 dot com where we have the latest for you on outbreaks in the bay area. an interactive map and plenty of information on ways that you can stay safe. you can find it all and more on our website at kron 4 dot com. new this morning, according to court documents actress lori loughlin and her husband will be pleading guilty in the college admissions bribery scandal. kron 4 sanaz tahernia is in the newsroom. she has the latest on this in sanaa's a big a big surprise iran. >>that's absolutely right marty at the start of this case both loughlin and her
husband mossimo giannulli they insisted they were innocent claiming they believe their payments were legitimate donations but this morning. both of them are agreeing to take plea deals are requiring them to serve time in federal prison. loughlin and her husband were scheduled to go to trial this october for allegations that they paid half a million dollars to an admissions consultant to help her daughters get into the university of southern california. as crew team recruits even though neither them play the sport. the couple is now agreed to plead guilty to charges of conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud. in exchange for the prosecution to dismiss charges of money laundering and federal programs bribery scandal, which is also known as operation varsity blues broke in march of last year and it swept across the country involving several bay area parents and a coach overt stanford loughlin and her husband are the 23rd and 24th parents to plead guilty in this case. they're scheduled to enter their guilty pleas this morning via video conference and if the judge
approves the plea deal loughlin will serve a 2 months behind bars while her husband will serve 5 marty all right so most banks lot for that's a nice to her knee reporting for us from the newsroom. >>still ahead this morning on the kron 00:04am morning news more and more businesses are preparing to reopen. we're going to see how officers like salesforce tower in san francisco could be different when the workers do finally returned. and coming up next a grim announcement for hollywood as production on numerous films and tv shows put on hold with no restart date that's clear for anyone after the break we're going to hear from movie. leaders. and we're taking a live look outside san mateo bridge where it's busy but flowing. so far this morning. good morning
welcome back leaders in the tv and film industry met with state officials recently our capitol reporter ashley zavala explains how the industry is trying to work its way through the pandemic and what they're asking of the governor. >>yeah that it may jog wednesday's business roundtable was not lights camera action before so zoom a new and discussed the current conditions of the tv and film industry governor gavin newsome virtually met with film and tv leaders like hollywood director ava duvernay and netflix executive ted sarandos sewer says netflix has productions underway in places like south korea and iceland. leaders say these are paving the way for the future of production
protocols, slight swing a they're not that we're not doing testing but they're doing don terry >>in the weeks leading up to endure throughout the production of in anyone with the symptoms immediately suspending production is shut down until you get results after john what does noting this is a frustrating time for american middle class actors middle class happens have side hustles cent get that other job restaurant and she's so they've lost your job, some are 2 fronts so. >>of course people want to get back to work now because you know we have to work more serious steps union leader danny siemens raising concerns of the necessary but high cost of making production safer amid the pandemic he suggested california consider more incentives to keep productions and state someone needs to pay for all this and so there's a very fine line in the middle of all this of having is safe to her cause possible if everybody is safe as possible. >>but also keep it within the
constructs of financially feasible due verne a asking the governor the question lingering for so many the question remember us and just all of us that work is when are we going to be able to you some says monday. he will release more guidelines for some counties meeting requirements for further reopening including tv and film production, but the governor says hollywood's home is likely not included for now, but it remains challenging part of the state forest ill and sought we are so concerned that the 2 weeks behind that actually everybody else in sacramento, ashley zavala kron 4 news. >>it we are sunny going on as we start the day today are going to be that way throughout the afternoon we expect temperatures into the 70's look sell we're all doing our part by staying at home.
>>good morning, welcome back let's go ahead and get a check of the forecast from meteorologist dave spahr dave got a hazy view there the golden gate bridge but that's going to be clearing >>oh yeah we're looking at basically a mostly sunny day today and get the kind of breezy to run some of these bridges protected by this evening. an inch tonight, a little bit as well so and will be with us tomorrow morning a little bit those very early morning risers little front or back you are going to help us out here, here's the shot from the bay bridge. as you can see not much traffic at all a little bit of haze off to the distance as well how those temperatures holding not bad in the 60's over most the real estate so livermore tri valley, 59. if i've half moon bay already 60 san francisco.
palo alto the other exception to at 5761 meanwhile for san jose getting to those winds by the way here's the uptick starting to happen in this afternoon. overnight now to friday morning. notice, the winds up in the north bay and down the peninsula as well so early morning, the commuters tomorrow morning will be dealing with a little bit the way the breeze complements of that front doing its badges so here it is just or north high pressure behind it that's going to be a big player. when we get into the weekend and on into early next week. high temperatures today again reduced middle 80's going on in central valley which is come compared to what's coming your way the much hotter by the time we get to sunday into monday 80 to sacramento, 84 for got to the 60's meanwhile along central coast. and 73 for la x 77 for san diego mean well let's get to it your 4 zone forecast 67 going on for san francisco, 66 daly city pacific at 61 66 for at moon bay. the northern end of the
peninsula upper 60's for today burning game checks in at 70 wow some middle 70's down here in the southern end at 74 palo alto and mountain dew 73 for redwood city and 71 for foster city. most readings in the south bay will be in the 70's, although morgan hill getting up there to 78 los gatos at 78. straight morgan hill 81, 78 for los gatos 76 meanwhile for a cupertino and 77 santa clara also san jose east bay shoreline to the south lower 70's going to be looking at near 90 by the time we get to sunday monday zone tri valley at 77 for pleasanton and livermore and it looks like 78 for walnut creek with 80 per concord 71 for berkeley richmond coming in at 74 to pick up here the north bay billy hill at 68. but he should 76 fairfield and vacaville lower 80's said he also kind of toasty to their snow but 78. an 81 going on for santa rosa and to to the north bay. beaches that only
about 60 or so quite a big climb. we have temperature wise. yeah we jump to 91 for sunday. monday at 97 and in some of these inland areas we may be popping to near 100 or so for monday into tuesday before numbers start to retreat and all that so plan accordingly with wardrobes and such and keep hydrated wire at it too marty back to you. >>ok jay thanks a lot. back to the news this morning with more and more businesses reopening across the country a lot of people are wondering what their office might look like when they do return to work. clare sebastian takes a look at how officers like salesforce tower in san francisco are preparing to protect workers. >>this from the movie office space is what this is the student like confined spaces moment contact over the past few decades they've evolved to this open plan social hubs like the sales force tower in san francisco we look to ce together we love to collaborate left at least a
face needs new love to the offices were at a sales force has spent the last 8 weeks turning those principles on the head. >>inspired by this model from real estate firm cushman wakefield dubs the 6 feet office. it's not exactly a return to cubicles eerie similarities any sequestered fighters between work stations on the open floor plans and then even meeting rooms full happy capacity sites because they are not able to hold as many people as before it's really about. >>hitting people visual cues now remember about her physical distancing plans still being finalized but mosques will and a tree. >>shifts will be stag it's temperatures checked and of 8 is in the company's many towers socially-distanced across the corporate world high rise office is present a particular challenge with changing technology to be able to use youtube to go touches into the elevators. >>scott wrecked lebron's rxr realty the 4th largest office and wrote in manhattan. >>he is reevaluating every
detail of his buildings. >>all the systems have been changed soathat they had filters the highest grade filters that cookbook to have the smallest particles where possible. we are changing. locations like for penn trees and and printers that usually earn corps were get congested to more open spaces and technology also critical to his plan. we'll have an app that for the income the work they'll be able to actually look to see what the whole index of the building is you go into your space is going to be a 2 under at that actually will monitor your stream social distancing at the end of the day you'll be able to see that i was 8.70% 75%. >>the missile that changed there's one part of this new office reality it's already here and that's a working from how many companies planning to start to shift others that aliso can work from home. >>they can keep going twitter has even told its employees if they want to they can work from her forever. it's clear
this well with the virus. it's still a threat, the ultimate trick to keeping officers safe. is having fewer people in them. plus the best in cnn, new york. >>well jetblue is blocking off middle seats in the summertime to try and help fight the spread of the coronavirus the company's extending the policy through the 4th of july. families and groups who travel together will be allowed to use middle seats as for planes that don't have middle seats. well the airline says it will block the aisle seats instead jetblue had earlier announced that it would be limiting the number of seats available on most flights to allow for extra space. and there's a new look at dolores park in san francisco look closely you can see that off officials have drawn some social distancing circles on the grass there very common sight at many parks around the world because of the coronavirus pandemic now earlier this month, san francisco mayor london breed threatened to close dolores part because of the big crowds. there. the circles are
intended to keep people 6 feet away from each other. kron four's happy to salute the class of 2020 and this morning we want to congratulate darren kim darren is graduating from brandon high school in a san jose he will be attending cal poly san was a bit in the fall. and you can let us know about the graduate in your life just go to kron 4 dot com find salute to grads 2020 under the news tab and then submit a picture of your graduate let us know the high school that he or she attended and what's next in life for them. let's go ahead and take you outside for a peek at conditions at sfo starting to see more sunlight there and still no delays be right back.
>>well during this public health crisis kron four's been honoring people who doing some great things our communities and this morning we're highlighting a bay area veteran who helped deliver face shields to a palo alto health care facility. he's former marine officer michael mcnally he and volunteers from the nonprofit based in menlo park donated the final batch ofsface shields to the va hospital in palo alto over the last month and a half 260 bay area, residents businesses and nonprofits all came together to designed by and make more than 30,000 face shields great job. well you can spy le spotlight, someone who's making a difference in your community as well. we have a special section on our website called kron 4 heroes easy to
do just fill out a quick form to let us know about your hero, you can find the page on our website kron 4 dot com. all right the news never stops i'd kron on let's go ahead and check in the newsroom with sauce a hernia tell us what they're working on right now heist in us. >>good morning. marty so little earlier i mentioned the big development in the college admissions scandal actor lori loughlin and her husband pleading guilty in the case this morning and then a few minutes, i'll be speaking with criminal defense attorney paula canny about the case and the sentence is that they're both facing plus another big story. police have arrested several people in connection with the kidnapping and death of tech ceo to tray police will be talking about what led them to the arrest and that will be 11:00am so be sure to download the kron on up to stay on top of those stories and so much more marty all right busy as always thanks in us. >>let's go ahead and give you one last look at the 7 day forecast as we head into the memorial day holiday a mild that's all relative and from basically mild today. >>and tomorrow and then we
start to heat up into the 80's inland on saturday 90's on sunday upper 90's on monday and you can see the rest plenty of sunshine and the warm temperatures around the bay for the next several days. well that's going to wrap things up for us, thanks so much for joining us we'll be back up bright and early tomorrow, beginning at 04:00am and i remember news always available kron 4 dot com and chron on have yourself a great day enjoy the holiday weekend. >>and of the well.
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