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♪ when you're ready come and get it ♪ ♪ na-na-na-na na-na-na-na na-na-na-na ♪ >> a heartbreaking end to the search for a man who went missing while on a run in the east bay. and for the first time today we're hearing from philip kreycik family on the loss of a father husband son and friend. and a new kind of tourism in the bay area. people who cannot get vaccines in the countries they live in are coming to sfo to get the shots. plus an entire town destroyed by the massive wildfire burning in northern california. and it's not only ripping through the state. we'll have a live report with the latest on the dixie and river fires.
>> now from the area's local news station. this is kron. 4 news at 3. >> if your because you really don't know what's going to happen in the next moment. >> now at 3, a family in mourning amid tears and heartbreak. we hear from the family of philip kreycik just days after his remains were found in hills near pleasanton, thank you for joining us this thursday here on kron. 4 news at 3. i'm sanaz tahernia kron four's charles clifford was at the family's event this morning in pleasanton. he joins us now live with more. charles. >> yeah, well, philip create check disappeared on jet, july hundreds of volunteers search rescue teams from all across the bay area scour the hills behind me here unfortunately appears that his remains were found this past tuesday. the family was here during all of the search. this, of course, is not the outcome they were hoping for. but today they did take some time to talk to the media and thank all the volunteers who helped search
for phillup. >> life is chilly fragile. and delicate. 3, '04, weeks. so in crystal clear thursday morning. the parents and wife of phillip craig check spoke briefly to the media. they wanted to thank the hundreds of volunteers search teams and community members who spent weeks searching for him. >> his wife says phillips loss is heartbreaking. >> there are really no words to really express how difficult this is just how much you everybody's come. your because you really don't know what's going to happen in the next moment. >> philip leaves behind 2 children and his parents say they want to make sure that their grandchildren are taken care of and that they remember their father right now our focus is on preparing for the future and making sure that.
>> bills kids and his family have what they need to do the things that we know who would want us to do it. i want to explore put >> and remember the good and create special moments for children. >> all right. back live now the investigation into exactly how philip died. that's still ongoing. although authorities have said they do not believe that foul play was involved. but for now in the east bay, charles clifford kron 4 news. >> charles, thank you for ttat report. in san francisco. a grieving father is asking for no retaliation towards the unidentified person responsible for the shooting death of his teenage daughter as kron four's haaziq madyun reports, police are still trying to determine why the shooting occurred. no hate, no grudges. no one is perfect. and we want you to know. we forgive you.
>> a message of forgiveness on the steps of san francisco city hall from the father of a 16 year-old girl killed during a shooting last saturday on bertha lane in the city's bayview district. my daughter was a very loving during. >> grace wherever she came across with a smile and he she made sure everyone was taking care of san francisco police say 45 year-old woman was also wounded in the shooting and was treated for injuries and released from a local hospital. we need to make sure to do since his gun violence doesn't happen anymore. >> innocent families are being hurt by this violence and we need to make sure that this stops and you know, they just want peace. >> and then you know, we're just like to. >> keep the great memories that they have of their daughter and their loved ones. san francisco police investigators told me that they are still working to determine a motive. >> whether or not the shooting was random or targeted and identify the shooter. >> i want to take this time to talk to whoever did this.
well, there was one person. i don't know why. and i don't know what you're going through. but know this. we wish no harm. i thought our kids the same lessons that i was growing up. one of them will soon lead with love and be quick to forgive. my daughter at the tender age of 16. exemplify just that. >> anyone with information about the identity of the shooter is asked to contact san francisco police. has it made kron 4 news. >> and now to our coronavirus coverage this afternoon. while the u.s. is still struggling to convince many americans to get their covid-19 vaccine tourists from around the world are flying at sfo to get their shots right inside the airport. kron four's maureen kelly has the story. >> travelers roll up their sleeves to get the one shot
johnson and johnson vaccine outside the medical clinic in sf owes international terminal. this brazilian who flew here to attend u c berkeley grad school in the fall called it a dream come true because she was having a hard time getting vaccinated back home in brazil. we couldn't backs a native because there's delays and the press and everything. so it's i was just play with my friend like i'll be vaccinated when they get there. and that's what's happening going. >> the sfo spokesperson says since they've started this clinic in mid-may. they've given out over a 1000 shots to foreign visitors from 58 countries around the world and what's being called vaccine tourism the most coming from taiwan followed by mexico. this is a win-win on a variety of levels number one, it ensures that vaccine. doses don't go to waste and puts them in the hands of people that really want them. people that maybe can access them in their home country. >> the other thing that it does is it helps stimulate tourism and spending in our region. and those people are
spending time spending money in our region. but they're also protected by the vaccine. so it's really a good thing all around domestic travelers have also been taking advantage of the airport vaccine clinic. one young texan. i talked to. >> got her shot during her trip visiting her boyfriend. i kind of live in the middle of nowhere in texas like it's very rural and so you being a major hub is just easier.r. the vaccines are free and open to anyone who wants them by appointment. they could be made suppose website. maureen kelly kron 4 news. >> and vaccine tourism could be short lived. the u.s. may soon require all foreign visitors be fully vaccinated in order to enter the country. it's all part of the biden administration's plan to reopen the u.s. to international travel currently visitors from countries with high covid-19 transmission rates are not allowed in the united states. a white house official says the vaccine requirements for international visitors will be phased in over time with limited exceptions. and moderna
released new data today suggesting its covid-19 vaccine efficacy does not wane in the first 6 months after receiving the second dose, however, the company says a 3rd booster shot may be needed before the winter season. according to clinical trial data moderna's booster shot has produced a robust antibody response against 3 variants, including the highly contagious. delta variant. scientists say for people who have received the vaccine. 99.9% of all breakthrough infections have resulted have not resulted rather in severe symptoms or hospitalizations or death. we go now to our wildfire coverage to our north
and the river fire kron four's ashes of all is live for us in auburn at the command post for the river fire with an update. ashley. >> yes, and as we're here at the command post, which is actually the fair grounds in downtown auburn and actually the line of fire is about 8 miles from where we're standing. you don't see smoke. it looks like a clear day here, mainly because the wind is carrying all that smoke north of here. so crews are into the second day of working to contain this fire so far it's burned 2400 acres and destroyed or damaged about 80 structures. this fire started at a campground and has now forced thousands of people to evacuate more than 500 firefighters are working to put out this fire that is close to more populated parts of this region. now as of this morning, the fire was 0%
contained. but the local fire chief is hopeful tonight. those containment numbers could improve. >> today in that second day. we made great progress yesterday and last night. but today's that. >> i'm kind of that witching hour. and we are holding what contained yesterday and trying to strengthen and build lines to contain it from moving really to to the west and further into nevada county and holding what we have in the protection of the city of colfax. >> now, soon. as i know you mentioned the dixie fire earlier. but we also want to give you an update on that fire as well. as you can see in this video, the fire, as you mentioned, flatten that small town of greenville. cal fire says so far 45 structures have been destroyed and more than 300,000 acres have burned nearly 5,000 firefighters. dozens of helicopters and hundreds of engines are trying to control it as of today that fire is 35% contained. now the
federal government today approved a a federal firefighting grants for this fire. the river fire. this is california's 3rd ag so far this year in 2021 the first 2 are for the lava fire and the dixie fire reporting live in auburn, ashley zavala kron 4 news. >> ashley, thank you for that update. >> right now. kron 4 dot com. we have tips for fire season just scan. the qr code on your screen with your mobile device and you'll be taken straight to our dedicated fire resources page. coming up here on kron, 4 news at 3 thousands of dollars of carpets. yes, carpets were allegedly stolen from the flooring business in the north bay. >> details on this bizarre crime and the person now in custody. one senator says a good way to fight the consequences of the drought in the west is by recycling sewage water into drinking water. >> i'll explain coming up. >> and it looks like a scene from the movie. but this
carrying an a k 47 as happened last month on barneveld and mackinnon avenues. police had the car towed after investigating. there's no word on whether any arrests were made. and a woman in santa rosa has been arrested after police say she stole $5,000 worth of carpet from her job. these are pictures posted by the santa rosa police departments. police say 54 year-old tree. such a bone was seen taking a large roll of carpet from a local flooring business during their investigation. police found a large roll of carpet in the driveway. some of the carpet had already been installed in the home. but police were able to return some of the carpet to the business to bone was arrested on suspicion of embezzlement and grand theft. in the east bay. now san leandro police are investigating a shooting that injured 3 people. you're looking at video from this morning where officers blocked off a section of his spear in boulevard. according to police, shots were fired
around 2 last night at a birthday celebration at a banquet hall. officers say the victims were able to take themselves to the hospital despite being hit by bullets now information on the shooter or the shooters involved. and in the north bay now a husband and wife found dead inside a petaluma home saturday afternoon has been identified by the sonoma county sheriff's office 79 year old dixie king in 66 year-old harley king were found after petaluma police did a welfare check at a home in the 1200 block of del sol way. officers say the pair had not been heard from for more than a week. officers forced their way inside the home and found them both dead. police said the case is being investigated as a homicide and there does not appear to be any outstanding suspects. the investigation is ongoing. lake tahoe is known for its crystal clear water and beautiful shoreline. and now a group of divers are working to make sure future generations can enjoy it as well. their goal
is to clean up the entire body of water before the end of this year. jeannie nguyen has their story. >> for many. this is the sound of summer as lake tahoe is a destination for people to beat the heat. but under the lake >> the lake is, you know, some something like trash can of people that are partying here over the last 3 months. a group of divers with clean up lake tahoe. a nonprofit organization have picked up more than 8,000 pounds of trash over the span of 22 miles founder colin west says their goal. is to clean up the entire lake so far the trash they've removed has ranged from beer and soda cans, close old radios and even id cards for more than 40 years ago. and now this is from 1979. >> you might be able to see is great 70 stash on there. it's obvious that the beaches here at lake tahoe are popular and the water is known for its clarity. but in order to keep
it that way. these divers want people to remember to leave. nothing but their footprints in the sand. it's sad to see. >> the footprint that humans pieces left under the surface of this beautiful lake in the last 5060, years allowed this trash not only diminishes the beauty of the lake. but it also affects those living in the lake under the water. you know, we have a whole ecosystem that relies on a very clean lake. and when we start having people dump all of their trash into the lake that impacts that clean water. this cleanup effort cost around $250,000 and matt levitt from tahoe, blue vodka. >> donated a $100,000 to do his best to keep tahoe blue. he hopes today's hall is a learning experience for anyone who visits to think about cleaning up after ourselves a little more when we're here on the beach next time in lake tahoe. >> jeannie nguyen. >> time to talk about our weather and we are reporting air quality. this afternoon, the bay area air quality management district has issued an air quality advisory for
today and friday. this due to wildfire smoke from fires burning in northern california. now we're looking at the air quality district website and it shows the bay area shaded in yellow, which means a moderate air quality for us here. officials advise sensitive groups limit their outdoor activity. let's check in with meteorologist john shrable. for more on what we can expect. >> weekend likely to be a little hazy and definitely going to be hotter than today. so enjoy every bit of the rest of this afternoon. some 60's at the coast, not getting your dose of sunshine so much out there today. sorry about it. we will be looking at abundant sunshine continuing through the rest of the day for bayside cities in a gorgeous one. what you do. get off work here in just a bit to be stepping outside, maybe to the backyard with the fam or doing some outdoor dining san jose 75 look at those 70's over in the east bay, something that is not going to last tomorrow bringing a quick change of pace for these really nice and mild areas. but he should delay how in the 70's antioch
in vacaville even you dodging the 90's that you just had yesterday. a look ahead in our next 7 days shows temperatures tomorrow. noticeably warmer, especially inland. as for our bayside city is also in for a bit of a warm-up come tomorrow skies will be hazy likely into the weekend, especially for the north bay. so if you have respiratory conditions, please plan around that. still ahead at 3.45 looking to squeeze in one more summer vacation before kids return to school will continue our destination. california series with the trip. >> to the streets streets of saint where the history can be felt around every corner. and after the break, one senator says a good way to fight our drought is by recycling sewage water into drinking water. details on this proposal that after the break.
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recycled recycled water is going to be extremely important, not just in the last but likely throughout the entire nation bronson mack with the southern nevada water authority says southern nevada already recycles all indoor wastewater, not just from sinks and tubs but from toilets to use that process of biological and chemical processes multi-stage filtration and then a disinfection process portions of western states already recycle their waste water but because of the drought climate change and population growth. experts say larger scale, water recycling is a have to out how we manage not the water just for the current population. but like our son waters. lead s projects. 15 years in future. nevada senator catherine cortez masto introduced a bill to help pay for large scale water recycling projects sewage water into drinking water. for example, there's an opportunity for partner with california for california to
actually recycle sewage water senator cortez masters. bill is co-sponsored by california senator alex padilla and his so far included in the senate's bipartisan infrastructure bill. it would provide 450 million dollars in grants to 17 western states. for large scale water recycling projects in washington. alexandra, the mount. up next, a warning from health experts. this afternoon after a parasitic drug use in animals is being used in some covid patients. >> plus millions of dehumidifiers facing a recall over rep fire risks. we'll have details ahead. and as the delta variant continues to put more young people in the hospital keep parents are looking for guidance on how to send their children safely back to school. we've heard guidance from the u.s. secretary of education. keep it here. kron 4 news at 3 continues in.
>> with only a couple days or weeks left until kids in the bay area head back to school. the white house is ramping up its efforts to get young people vaccinated. this week. the biden administration of the department of education launched a return to school roadmap. washington correspondent anna wiernicki has the details. >> good evening. the biden administration says they are providing additional resources to school districts and colleges to host pop up
vaccine clinics as well as sending pediatricians to schools to address any questions or concerns parents might have. >> they've suffered enough education secretary miguel cardona says we must get our kids safely back in the classroom this fall. we have to keep our students if we have to keep our educators. secretary cardona says the department of education is rolling out a return to school roadmap. it focuses on students and teachers, physical and mental health and on catching up after a year away from the classroom. we must do everything in our power. >> to help students not only catch up but to excel during this upcoming school year. cardona says the administration is ramping up efforts to get more students vaccinated before the start the school year vaccinations are the very best line of defense against covid. >> and the delta variant. and we're doing everything we can to keep getting shots in arms fewer than a 3rd of children ages 12 to 15 have received at least one vaccine and of
course, children under 12 are not eligible for the shot to strongest tool. >> to combat the virus and get students back into classrooms on sports fields in school plays and among their peers this fall. >> the white house says it's encouraging doctors to ask about a student's vaccination status during their physical exam, particularly for student athletes planning to participate in any sport this fall in washington. i'm anna wiernicki. back to you. >> now. this is a back to school season like no, kron 4 and kron on want to help you get ready. so be sure to tune in all next week for updates on covid protocols and various bay area school districts also have advice for parents and information on how students are dealing with various changes challenges rather, to get crown on ready for school. you can scan the qr code on your screen. we'll take you straight to your phone's app store so you can download kron-on for free. ivermectin is used to treat parasites in
both humans and animals and there's a growing interest on line to use it to prevent or treat covid-19. but as mary mayes shows us, there's no evidence that this drug is effective against covid-19 and taking high doses of the medication is dangerous. >> since the start of the covid-19 pandemic scientists have scrambled to find possible treatments among already approved medications, medications like ivermectin. one of the latest ones that's got a bit buzz about it. >> is drug to treat certain kinds of parasites in humans and animals this drug is called ivermectin. and so far the study is unfortunately show that this drug, as with some other drugs that have been tried simply doesn't work. some medical doctors have prescribed. acted. >> associated press reported that talk radio host phil valentine currently hospitalized with covid-19 was taking it one issue that's
emerging is people finding an orthodox ways of obtaining this truck. some people have been getting. >> doses from veterinarians couldn't believe that. and of course, the veterinary formulations on set up for human use. >> high doses of ivermectin can have serious consequences and the version used for animals is not the same as the one used for humans. so some of the side effects related to intestinal disturbance, nausea, vomiting diarrhea. but others are more serious. you can lose your sense of balance, which is not very good and on occasion. it's actually coma and they've been some people who've died right now the vaccine is the best preventative tool you have against covid-19. >> in the north. a sonoma county will require proof of vaccination or weekly covid testing for all law enforcement and emergency
medical service workers this policy will go into effect on september. 1st the county board of supervisors say they'll consider extending the requirement to all county workers at a meeting later this month. covid cases in the county are at their highest level since february in currently 70% of all residents over the age of 12 are fully vaccinated. happening tomorrow. when you say the u.s. secretary of defense lloyd austin is expected to announce a mandatory vaccine policy for all active duty service members this friday. that decision comes just days after president biden urgee all federal employees to get their shots. there are currently about 1.3 million active duty service members roughly a 64% of them are currently fully vaccinated again, scientists say vaccines reduce the risk of severe coronavirus symptoms. hospitalizations and death. and right now on our website,
we have everything you need to know about mask mandates where you live. breakthrough covid-19 cases and much more just grab your phone and scanned the qr code you see on your screen, you'll be directed to our web page dedicated to covid-19 coverage. that's that. that's all at kron. 4 dot com. and now to national news. at least 2000 unaccompanied children are now in american custody at the u.s. mexico border. joe khaleel explains the new message coming from the white house despite calls from the white house not to come surge of migrants to the u.s. southern border. continues to get worse in june alone. border agents encountered more than a 178,000 migrants. 15,000 of them unaccompanied children there's more that needs to be done. white house officials say the administration is putting measures in place to address the search, including a program that allows would be migrants to apply for asylum to the u.s. from their home
countries along with expedited removals and just this week continuing title 42 a trump era policy that allows border agents to turn migrants away as a covid safety protocol. the vice president is leading those efforts. >> we don't expect that to be a but addressing root causes in these countries. corr ption economic downturn. people are fleeing. a range of challenges persecution of those are issues we need to address at the same time. do not come. do not come. >> vice president kamala harris direct warnings to migrants not to make the perilous journey north have not stopped the search. republican senator lindsey graham and democratic congressman henry clay are called on the white house to replace harris in her role overseeing the border with jay johnson. president obama's former homeland security secretary put somebody in charge. his focus is just on the border and all that problems associated with it and down.
>> let's talk about our forecast as we take a live look outside along the golden gate bridge it's look, it looks like a postcard shot out there. we've got some clouds overhead, but overall, not too foggy tourists out there can still enjoy the beautiful site. we are tracking some moderate air quality today, though. and tomorrow due to those wildfires that are raging to our north kron 4 meteorologist john shrable has details on the rest of the week weekend likely to be a little hazy and definitely going to be hotter than today. so enjoy every bit of the rest of this afternoon. some 60's at the coast, not getting your dose of sunshine. so much out there today. sorry about it. >> we will be looking at abundant sunshine continuing through the rest of the day for bayside cities in a gorgeous one. what you do. get off work here in just a bit to be stepping outside, maybe to the backyard with the fam or doing some outdoor dining san jose 75 look at those 70's over in the east bay, something that is not going to last tomorrow bringing a quick change of pace for these
really nice and mild areas, but he should in the 70's antioch in vacaville even you dodging the 90's that you just had yesterday. a look ahead in our next 7 days shows temperatures tomorrow. noticeably warmer, especially inland. as for our bayside city is also in for a bit of a warm-up come tomorrow skies will be hazy likely into the weekend, especially for the north bay. so if you have respiratory conditions, please plan around that. >> 2 million dehumidifiers are being recalled for burn and fire risks. the recall includes a range of brands. the consumer products safety commission says the dehumidifiers can overheat and catch fire and no injuries have been reported and that the faulty products involved in the recall have caused 17 million dollars in property damage. the agency says the dehumidifiers were sold by national retailers, including lowe's walmart and costco between february 2000, 9 through august 2017 for a complete list of the brands
and models impacted by the recall. you can go to our website. kron 4 dot com. >> coming up this hour. this is a live look at mount fuji in japan will be heading to tokyo. 3.45 for the latest on the olympic games. and in local news, a popular south a bar owner is making sure customers are vaccinated before they are allowed inside for a drink. the feedback they've been receiving from customers. plus the new tool to help you plan your night out. how the yelp app will let you check in on a business and their vaccination policy.
>> several businesses are requiring proof of vaccination as the delta variant spreads and now yelp is rolling out a new feature to help you figure out those vaccination policies. the new filter will let you see if proof of vaccination is required for visitors and another filter. we'll also let users see the vaccination status of staff. yelp says it's in an effort to help consumers understand how businesses operating amid a pandemic guidelines. businesses would have to activate the vaccination status filter on their yelp page for it to work. and in the south bay, one popular bar will be asking customers for proof of vaccination before coming in 7 stars bar and grill just reopened almost 2
weeks ago after a long hiatus and now only to show proof that you got the covid shot before entry or and paul tuna have a young child who has not yet been vaccinated and a family member who is high risk for covid. they explain that they've been getting positive feedback from customers so far it just didn't feel safe. >> and then we didn't know how we could ask our staff to come back if we even didn't feel safe ourselves. we spent time going back and forth make sure we're on the same page and we felt strongly that this is what we wanted to do. this is how we wanted to show ourselves. >> meanwhile, other businesses like sushi confidential in. campbell is not requiring proof of vaccination but will revisit the issue if it becomes a mandate like in new york starting next month. >> still ahead summer is in just over yet. we'll continue our destination. california series with a trip to the streets of saint where the history can be felt around every corner. we are nearing
the end of the 2020 summer olympics. but there are still plenty of games left to watch. >> kron four's andrew martin joins us from tokto with all things olympics andrew, we saw you went to see women's track and field that happened very early in the morning for us. what was that experience like? >> yeah. early in the morning for you early in the evening for me here in tokyo because
i'm 16 hours ahead of you guys. it was my first time inside the olympic stadium and that's the stadium where they have the opening ceremony and the closing ceremony as well as track and field and some soccer events. so i figured i didn't get a chance to go inside the olympic stadium at all. when i was in rio have to pop in and just watch an event even just for a few minutes. and when we were there, the women's pole vault to the gold medal or a gust of the medal round, i should say, of the pole vault was taking place. we saw some of that. we saw men's decathlon and we saw a few relays the women's 4 by 400 round one and round 2 heat one and he too. so that was pretty neat to see because when i think a limb picks. i think track and field. most people think track and field swimming and or gymnastics. for me it begins with track and field. so very, very cool to be inside that stadium. just an eerie feeling though, sanaa's that nobody was there. it should have been a packed stadium. 50, 60,000 people only a couple 100 people in there, very strange strange for sure part of the track and field was your favorite.
>> well, i love the 100 meters and i really was hoping that we get a chance to see the 100 meters hurdles are also fun to watch, too. but you just need get an excitement level. you know, you get a sense of what's taking place when you you see the the fittest athletes in the world compete at what they do best in for me. just getting a chance to see them run was ptetty impressive. but we were only there for about an hour or so. and some of the events were not medal events. so it's really tough to pick one over the other. i was hoping to see ryan crouser do his thing in the shot put that had to watch on tv, but pretty cool to see on tv, but pretty cool to see him not only win gold for a break. a bunch of olympic records in the process. but then have that tribute to his grandfather afterwards. they just mentioned a medal events. we do have some more medal events coming up. what are some of the big that we should watch out for. well, the biggest one on the track tonight, at least in my opinion, is the women's 400 meters because allyson felix's in this one that she is a 5 time olympian. she has 9 career olympic medals and
she's 35 years old. so she's been a terrific story going back even before the track and field trials in eugene almost 2 months or so ago allyson felix may or may not win, but she's already a winner in olympic history. so i'm looking for the 400 meter finals tonight. we'll be looking forward to that as well. and thank you so much for that. report. i hope you enjoy the sunny weather out there today. >> and in today's destination, california, saint is in the heart of wine country and one of the vineyards has been around for nearly a 150 years. melanie townsend takes us there in this week's destination, california. >> it's amazing to think of in your built in the 19th century could still be in operation today. but after 145 years, they're injured. vineyards continues to be one of the leading winemakers in napa valley and it all started with a vision of 2 german brothers,
jacob and frederick parent or the wind industry was just getting established in the u.s. 1800. they came here knowing that they have to make wine and then they found the place. but traveling the so there was not even a >> this now historic landmark became the first in many aspects of a booming wine industry like offering both cabernet and chardonnay wines each winning the major title of wine of the year for the first grabbed the flow winery. we're the first winery to build into the hillside and establish the caves where they actually are a wise old where one of the first wire to establish hospitality and actually opened just a few yards down from bear injure and located along downtown's bustling main street is the safest. >> a modern day wine speak easy. we were written up this the most romantic table in the napa valley offering over 40 different ones from the local area with a history that is just as fascinating as its appeal. we don't have the 600
acres of beautiful vineyards to attract people. so we wanted to attract them something more internet like a private dinner in an ancient bank fault by candlelight. >> the saint is just one of many historical gems, the town of santa lena has to offer into the one place that brought it all on the map. sir, thank you so much for taking u.s. and cheers to a very big cheers to you for destination, california. i'm melanie townsen. >> now, if you scan the qr code here on your screen will take you to our destination. california section on our website. kron 4 dot com there. you'll find stories on fun things to do across the entire states this summer. disney parks release pricing for their immersive. a star wars theme hotel, but it comes with a price tag that is out of this world.
>> assistance. >> and now. >> it collecting starcruiser feels a lot like a cruise ship experiences set in space and it will take guests deeper into star wars than any other disney experience. the hotel which opens up in spring of 2022 is a 00:00am night experience and it ranges in price from $4800 for 2 guests to $6,000 for for guests. disney says the hefty price covers a non stop interactive experience where the guests feel like they're living in the star wars universe. and it's time for a check on our forecast as we take a live look outside along the san mateo bridge. it looks a bit hazy from this shot. but we are monitoring near surface. smoke that could move into our region from those fires burning up north kron 4 meteorologist john shrable has
more. the weekend likely to be a little hazy and definitely going to be hotter than today. so enjoy every bit of the rest of this afternoon. some 60's at the coast, not getting your dose of sunshine so much out there today. sorry about it. >> we will be looking at abundant sunshine continuing through the rest of the day for bayside cities in a gorgeous one. what you do. get off work here in just a bit to be stepping outside, maybe to the backyard with the fam or doing some outdoor dining san jose 75 look at those 70's over in the east bay, something that is not going to last tomorrow bringing a quick change of pace for these really nice and mild areas, but he should in the 70's antioch in vacaville even you dodging the 90's that you just had yesterday. a look ahead in our next 7 days shows temperatures tomorrow. noticeably warmer, especially inland. as for our bayside city is also in for a bit of a warm-up come tomorrow skies will be hazy likely into the weekend, especially for the north bay. so if you have respiratory conditions, please
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wait at little yellow stole a yellowstone national park. this bison got comfortable in the middle of the road laying down to take a quick snooze now, one problem, the sleeping bison created a traffic jam park officials say this is a rare occurrence. but when it does happen, they ask drivers not to honk their horns and carefully drive around the animal. time now to check in with newsnation to see what they are working on for us tonight. tonight on the dollar report. america facing a triple threat kicking off the largest u.s. military training exercises in 40 years. new danger. >> led to headlines warning of world war 3 now here's leland vittert with a preview of on balance. >> thanks, joe. florida under fire for record breaking covid numbers. why states with the highest cases may not pose the biggest threat that's coming up on balance tonight followed by news nation, prime. >> you can find newsnation on the channels listed here on
your screen. we also have details available on our website kron 4 dot com. now the news doesn't end here. our coverage continues at the top of the hour on our kron on app. and we'll have the latest on the fires burning in northern california with a live report. >> just use your phone to scan the qr code you see on your screen right now. it will take you directly to your phone's app store where you can download kron-on for free. and that wraps it up for kron 4 news at 3 i'm thanks for watching.
>> today on "dr. phil"... the plot thickens as more women come forward about the man anna thought she was in love with. >> she says you brought her into your family, you got her to give you money, and she knows at least five other women you got to give you money. is that true? >> no, no, no. >> she says you're lying. >> i don't know any lady. >> you have evidence that this man has scammed other women, correct? >> yes. i hope you hear me. you're an evil scammer. >> i cannot hear you. >> she says you are an evil scammer. >> i've never known this lady before. ♪ ♪ >> let's do it. >> have a good show, everybody. here we go. >> this is a safe place to talk about hard things. >> stand by, i'll count you down. >> today's going to be a changing day in your life. >> five, four...
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