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looked about 26% of their population that county vaccinated. you're over 80% here in san francisco, 88 plus percent in marin 83 plus percent in san diego tomorrow will not be anything goes, especially at businesses or other private venue. businesses can require verification businesses can require mask wearing and it will mostly be on the honor system. if you haven't been vaccinated in your public, or you're in a large indoor setting, we encourage mask wearing, newsom says, because of strict health policies. california is outperforming rivals florida and texas. economy in the state of california did not contract as much as those states and we had better health outcomes. and he says the last month 38% of the entire nations job growth as well as 41% back in march, came from california, tom vacar ktvu, fox two news. and as for
those vaccine verifications, the governor says the state expects to announce details in the coming days on an electronic card that people can use to show that they are fully vaccinated. now the governor said having it will not be a requirement, but it will allow people to have an alternative to carrying around the paper vaccination card from the cdc, the mass vaccination site at levi stadium will shut down on june 24th just 10 days from now, health officials say more than 350,000 doses were administered at levi's, which is. one of the highest capacity sites in california. almost 12,000 people got their shots in a single day at the peak back in mid april. right now, covid cases have slowed to less than 2% or two per day, per 100,000 people and nearly 80% of county residents, 12 and older have received at least one dose of the vaccine. california is now closing in on 19 million residents being fully vaccinated right now, the state is at 55% of people aged 12 and older, having full immunization. another 3.7
million people have one dose. that's 11% of the population. the state has close to six million doses on hand, while business owners are happy that california is finally reopening, there are still plenty of concerns, especially in the hard hit, restaurant industry. san francisco chef david may felled owns the popular k fico restaurant in san francisco, he told us earlier today on the floor. he is hopeful for a quick recovery, but he's worried that overall restaurant owners will be taken on more and more debt to survive. he also says he believes rising prices will play a big role over the next year or two. we want to pay people more. we're going to have to charge more. we're going to see a fallout from that guests are not universally going to be accepting about. chef nate feld says he has added a dining surcharge of 10% for people who eat inside the restaurant, he says so far the majority of his guests are supportive of that surcharge. summer camps for thousands of children across the bay area are back up and running, and with restrictions on how many campers can attend.
some camps are already sold out and is ktvu marine. naylor tells us the camp experiences not quite back to normal, but it's getting a lot closer. from. name of indoor soccer to would you rather jenga summer camps are back and says here, kids, you know, screams and laughter and, you know, you know, footsteps coming up and down the hallway. um it feels like the good old days again. the boys and girls club of silicon valley monday kicked off its summer camps at 15 locations, including this one off cunningham avenue in san jose. those who run the camp say it's sad, some kid. new to the program. don't know what it was like before masks and the masks will continue 15th. we have a lt of kids showing up today and tomorrow who have not been in person for 15 months plus doing anything, so it's a where this
is a. this is a crisis moment that we're trying to meet. the boy scouts of america is also resuming its summer camps after a one year break because of covid 19 were all excited to get back out. get our youth back into nature. or bruce lee runs camp high sierra near yosemite. each week about 200 scouts will head to the mountains for hiking, sailing and rock climbing. but with limits on how many people can attend the entire summer is completely sold out. we're seeing a lot of kids wanting to come to camp and we're seeing a lot of adults that want to come to camp. i think like everywhere else, everybody just wants to get out of her house. kids will be able to go mask free outdoors, but masks will be required when they're close. and lee says vaccines are required for anyone over the age of 18, that camp director says his biggest concern this summer isn't covid but rather wildfires and says precautions are in place for both. maureen
naylor, ktvu fox two news. more vaccines are on the way, with novavax announcing a 90% effective rate for its vaccine. but as fox news david lee miller tells us this comes as the pace of vaccines is slowing, and it's unclear how many skeptical people will sign up to get their shots. infections, hospitalizations and deaths due to covid 19 are now at their lowest point since march of 2020. but the pandemic isn't over yet, and a new vaccine could soon be available to help contain it. novavax releasing data from its large scale us study, showing strong effectiveness against the virus, especially the many covid variants now spreading across the country. overall we had 90% efficacy, which is very high, particularly at a time when there are many variants circulating, in fact, mostly variant circulating during the trial. the announcement comes as the pace of vaccines is slowing. we're averaging about emily and shots a day in the u. s down from a peak of more than 3.3 million cities and states are now creating even more
incentives, including a new referral bonus program here in new york. community groups getting a donation of up to $100 for every person they sign up for a shot. they're going to use their reach to bring people in. they're going to get rewarded for it in a way that will then put resources back in the community, the climbing vaccination rate, prompting more americans to get out and about, the faa says on friday. they screened more than two million people, the most in a single day since the outbreak started, but they're also reminding travelers it's still possible to bring the virus home. even. if you're vaccinated only 50% of your trips start at your home airport. so when people are traveling, it's important to know what's happening at the city that you're returning from the says they're screening about 75% more passengers than at the same time last year in new york, david lee miller fox news. marin county has reached a very big covid milestone for the first time in more than a year. there are no coronavirus
patients at any hospital within the county health officials say hi vaccination rates in the county have dramatically decrease both cases and hospitalizations. the last time marine county didn't have any covid hospitalizations was in may of last year more than 400 days ago. 89% of people 12 and older have now received at least one dose of the vaccine and 80% are fully vaccinated there in marin county, coming up the new security video of an armed robbery, the police hope will help them find the suspect. also details on another bay area city debating whether or not to reopen pedestrian streets back to vehicle traffic, and the heat is on the way we'll talk about that when i see you back here after the forecaster after the break, see you back and fire crews attack a fast moving grass fire in the south bay. we'll have an update south bay. we'll have an update on the cause coming up. at worksman cycles, we've been building bikes for a hundred years.
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robbery suspect. investigators released security video here of the suspects seen in a parking lot where police do say that he robbed a to korea worker last week. police say his alleged accomplice, 19 year old tyrone ratliff, of richmond, has already been booked for robbery and conspiracy charges. investigators say the two we're seeing driving away in this. silver suv after the robbery, anyone with information about the case is asked to call san pablo police today. is you the civic engagement day in the city of oakland mayor libby schaaf made that proclamation this morning at the rainbow recreation center on international boulevard. the city is working in partnership with doordash, which is giving out $15,000 in community credit gift cards. they will go to oakland youth who participate in civic or community engagement events and activities. we must do a better job as adults and uplifting and empowering our young people. they have solutions. they have
the energy and they will inherit what we leave behind. you're going to get on the doordash gift cards are redeemable at oakland restaurants. the city of palo alto is now considering a plan to end on the street dining and resumed pre pandemic traffic flows. as ktvu south bay reporter jesse gary tells us the implications stretch far beyond silicon valley. this staple of dining out during covid-19 roads closed in favour of tables and chairs could become a crucible for what comes next. we've got 15 cities and towns here in santa clara county alone, and probably something like 100 cities and towns around the bay area who are going through the same conversations. those discussions focus on if street dining stays or goes as communities emerged from covid palo alto city council will next week consider reopening closed roadways around university avenue and california street. initially the plan was to keep this new normal until october, the covid fuel change allows patrons to
dine outside instead of inside. it's been a lifeline for many restaurants are struggling to stay in business. it is expensive to rent and buy and the umbrellas and the heat lamps. yes, it's a big, big deal, but it's also a big hurt for establishments missing out on vehicle traffic to ferry customers to their front doors. some experts say societal evolution may dictate the next direction where it became coming more of an urban area and less of a, uh, sprawled out driving area. people don't think about the difficulties involved in that. strategic management professor, dr robert chapman. woods says it could come down to positioning and street placement in the battle for renewed post covid success. it does seem premature to end this program, i would think at least through labor day would make sense for the restaurants with what they've invested. it's a tough call. you know it works for some restaurants because they're on the right street where the closures have work to their benefit and advantage. others aren't on the right street. the city council
will be the final our body, perhaps return. turning traffic and ending the outdoor experience as early as july in palo alto, jesse gary ktvu, fox two news in san francisco, a 40 ft tree toppled over this morning and crashed through a house near the west portal neighborhood. thankfully no one was hurt. firefighters responded to edgehill way shortly before nine this morning and worked for hours to remove that dead tree. the tree caused heavy damage to the homes, deck and limb punctured the roof. a city building inspector was called in to assess the overall damage. firefighters have fully contained a fast moving grass fire in san jose p. jeannie says it was started by a set of balloons that got caught in some power lines just before noon at silicon valley road and basking ridge. helicopters and air tankers were used to help stop the progress of the fire. a bulldozer also was moved in to cut some fire line. 35 acres burned. one structure was threatened and no evacuations were ordered. down in southern california fire in riverside county has forced evacuation of flats fire is burning off
highway 74 near the communities of opinion crest opinion in alpine village, calif. irs says roughly 400 acres have burned at last check. it was 30% contained two homes have been destroyed, and one firefighter has been injured. the warm temperatures, the gusty winds, rocky terrain, all challenging four firefighters on this one. yeah it's gonna get hot around here. that's the big weather story. it's not happening tomorrow, the top it's starting on wednesday, but even wednesday's manageable it's thursday, especially thursday and into friday where we're going to see temperatures those inland valleys easily into the triple digits in our inland bay valleys and then the big valley, where the heat is the real story from red bluff south to bakersfield, down to phoenix and los angeles, some of those areas down in the desert southwest vegas and phoenix. they're they're looking at 115 120 125 degree temperatures with potential all time records for numerous days, so that sets us up for concerns for the western power grid because a lot of air conditioners lot
when big cities get involved in multiple days of triple digit heat, big triple digit heat, inevitably, erin yeah, not enough. yes, sign evelyn. very often you get power concerns so that could impact us, especially if you're out and eat some of the eastern day valley. so we'll watch that for you, of course. the trend is for tomorrow to be a little warmer than today. and then wednesday gets going. and then thursday's today thursday is the day with the big numbers. that's the day we could see a few records, especially outside sacramento. i don't know. i don't know about the bay area properly, probably a couple records that could break like a mountain view or oakland airport or something like that. but the big heat again is going to be. in those inland bay valleys not to say that we're not going to see heat advisory for a good portion of the bay area and part of the bay area places like backed on fairfield on thursday are going to see an excessive heat warning. and as i mentioned all the time here, um, the weather that is the most damaging in the most concerning for health professionals is heat because more than floods more than because he kills more people
than anything, it causes more problems, and we're gonna have a lot of people involved in this from the western southwest and all the way up into california, so we'll come back tomorrow will be a lot like today. and then the heat starts and thursday is the big heat. they will put it all together when i see you next, all right, getting ready for a bill. thank you. calista which oversees the state's electric power system, is now warning californians that the hot weather expected later this week. could put additional stress on our power grid. southern california is preparing for an excessive heat watch. right now. there are no plans for rolling brownouts, but flex alerts could be issued across california in the coming days, depending on the temperatures and how much electricity that californians use in the coming days. live music starting to make a comeback, and fans are ready to roll right into those concert venues more than 1000 people lined up yesterday, hoping to buy tickets for food fighters concert down in southern california the band is playing at canyon agora hills tomorrow, the same day as the states. reopening the small concert is part of the band's 26th anniversary, and so tickets were being sold for just $26.
then you can't operate at full capacity, but full capacity is only 610 people, meaning some people yesterday left the box office empty handed. from what? we've heard. it said it sold out, but we're still hoping, okay, we're not going anywhere for a while. i'm hoping maybe david at the food fighters will add another show. you know, they're going to be a madison square gardens five days later. maybe they'll add something. people buying tickets had to show proof of vaccination. the foo fighters are also headline in them or festivals this summer, including napa's bought. iraq, nato allies of the warnings to russia and china ahead of president biden's meeting with vladimir putin and benjamin hall in brussels. with all the details coming up, and the latest on former white house lawyer now caught up in the spine scandal at the justice department.
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nato alliance at a summit meeting in belgium today, the u. s and nato leaders also joined forces accusing china posing a global security challenge. fox news benjamin hall has our report from brussels. nato stands together. that's how we met every other threat in the past, president biden reaffirmed the united states' commitment to nato on monday. his comments came after a meeting with nato countries where they addressed climate related security challenges and the growing threat of russia and china were facing a once in a century global health crisis. the same time the democratic
values that undergird our alliance are under increasing pressure. both internally and externally. russia and china are both seeking to drive a wedge in our transatlantic solidarity. in a lengthy message, nato allies called on russia to drop its designation of the u. s and czech republic as quote unfriendly countries. they also committed to provide funding for the kabul airport and troop withdrawal in afghanistan. as for china, the alliance declared the country as a global security challenge. leaders agreed that we need to address such challenges together. ask the alliance. and that we need to engage with china to defend our security interests. monday's summit is one of several meetings leading up to president biden sit down with vladimir putin on wednesday in geneva. the two are expected to discuss recent cyber attacks against american companies. the russian leader dismissing allegations russia was behind the attacks. we know it well. we have been accused of all kinds of things.
election interference, cyber attacks and so on and so forth tomorrow, president biden will participate in the first us eu summit said 2014 in brussels. benjamin hall, fox news, the british prime minister, is putting the brakes on lifting some coronavirus restrictions. it's all because of the spread of the delta vary in the prime minister says the next reopening stages being delayed now by four weeks until july 19th, he said. it's sensible here to just wait a little bit longer. the government says it believes that by july 19th two thirds of the adult population will have both of their vaccinations. under the government's plan for coming out of lockdown, all restrictions on gatherings were going to be left. that next monday, vice president kamala harris continues her push to get all eligible americans vaccinated. it is an extension of love thy neighbor to say that when we get vaccinated and make sure everyone we see or know gets vaccinated, it's not just about protecting ourselves. it's about protecting our family and protecting our friends and we are protecting
those who we may never meet by doing this advocacy. work and this organizing work. the vice president traveled to a vaccination mobilization center in greenville, south carolina, today as part of a month of action. the tour is part of an effort by the biden administration to get 70% of u. s adults. at least one covid-19 shot by july 4th new information tonight on the justice department. subpoena of records for trump administration. white house counsel don mcgahn. neither former attorney general jeff sessions nor deputy attorney general rod rosenstein say. they were aware of that subpoena while they were in office. apple informed mcgann last month that it had received a subpoena in february. 2018 in connection with an email account mcgann had it's not clear why the doj subpoenaed mcgann's records, but mcgahn was a central figure in the investigation by special counsel robert mueller into russian interference. in the 2016 election after more than a
year of distance learning some san francisco students are heading to summer school inside a classroom still to come. details on the city's new summer together. program coming up a little later, a warrior's star is named the nba's all defensive team. joe fonzi is here with all the details coming up in sports and good news for the airline industry is still to come. also the new figures showing air travel is once again taking off. this is the silence volvo never wants you to hear.
people to get vaccinated tomorrow. 10 lucky people will be randomly drawn to receive $1.5 million each. then on july 1st, six others will receive one of six different luxury vacation packages. the governor also said today that anyone who gets vaccinated will get a $50 gift card. police in san pablo released security video of an armed robbery in an effort to find the suspect. the video shows a man with a gun robbing a talk a real worker last week. 19 year old accomplice, tyrone ratliff of richmond has been arrested in this case, investigators say, suspect the accomplice were seen driving away in a silver suv after the robbery, a wind driven grassfire in san jose burned about 35 acres before being fully contained. pg and e. says it was started by a set of balloons that got caught in some power lines at silicon valley road and basking ridge. one structure was threatened, but no evacuations were ordered. you are watching ktvu pfosten news. it 6 30. it's mid june, but for some students in san
francisco today is actually the first day back to school. that's right. ktvu christian captain toward one of the city's summer together programs that the mayor says aims to get students back on track after a rough year from the outside. it may look like a tech company, but inside it's a summer high school hub campus, part of the city's summer together program, educators say when students showed up for their first morning they got to work right away in the mornings from about eight a.m. to one. we're in summer school classes, so students are on computers. they're signed in for their classes. we have academic coaches, um, on site who assist students with who need any extra support over there at the mayor was on hand touring the facility, she says the aim of the program is to help make up for lost time and lost educational opportunities due to covid 19. they have instructors. they have counselors and peer support, so they're going to have a great summer and the summer is really about getting them ready for school in the all i would like to start off with my experience.
uh s review and see, some teens say they need educators and city leaders to hear their concerns over the very real obstacles students have faced over this last year from sexual assault to homelessness. not a lot of adults really today really take in what you have been through. i also think another issue that is has impacted all you know throughout zoom has been mental health issues. students here are still attending school online, but with the crowd element of having adult educators available to monitor their progress and help out when needed, some of those attending saying this program will help them catch up. it was a bit hard for me for the first semester. i didn't catch up as quickly as other people, but, uh, this isn't like learning program, i guess is helping me make up some of my credits. the mayor says the program is just one step toward a return to in person instruction for all star. students next academic school here we all have a lot
of questions, and we're trying to work closely with the school district to get those questions answered, according to our superintendent, schools will open fully in the fall in all 26,000 students, almost half of san francisco's student body are attending summer together in san francisco. christian captain ktvu fox two news. new at 6 30. the airline industry appears to be rebounding from pandemic close. the t s a says close to 2.1 million passengers were screened at airports nationwide yesterday. it was the biggest single day total of the year. that number is about 80% of the volume compared to the same day in 2019 when 2.6 million travelers were screened, officials added. san francisco international reminding people that mass are still required at the airport even if you're fully vaccinated, and this is despite the state reopening tomorrow, the transportation security administration also says vaccinated people will also have to wear mass on buses, trains and other modes of public transportation under federal rules, which apply to
everyone over the age of two. the rental car shortage shows no signs of improving many travelers are experiencing sticker shock, with some spending as much, if not more on a rental car that on air fare in a hotel room. industry experts say the shortage is due in part to high demand and rental car companies having downsized their fleets during the pandemic. earlier today, we spoke with the transportation and tech columnist who advises people to either book early or consider other options. the car rental companies and other options that people don't consider when they're on vacation, such as mass transit. yes mass transit. it still works. it's still there and taxis. people are using those and get this to u haul people are renting u hauls to get around. chris elliott also says travelers should consider car sharing services. he predicts the rental car shortage to continue for a year or more. some tense moments on a delta airlines flight out of los angeles that led to an emergency landing and duty
delta airlines flight attendant was wrestled to the ground by crew and passengers after he took over the intercom and told passengers to put on the oxygen mass. also trying to open the door of the plane, atlanta bound flight friday night was forced to land in oklahoma city, a passenger on board. the flight described what happened. i was at the back of the plane a long two minutes after that first announcement, the pilot main announcement and said all able by men please come to the fore. there's an emergency come to the front. got about halfway up before we were told to go back to our seats. the situation was under control. members of the flight crew told police the suspect identified as 34 year old jamaar duncan claimed there was a terrorist on board the flight, duncan was first taken to a hospital and after being medically cleared, booked into the oklahoma county jail. today marks a new era in israeli politics by an extremely narrow vote over the weekend, political opponents ousted prime minister benjamin netanyahu after 12 years in power. fox news trading reports
now from jerusalem, netanyahu says he is not going quietly. israel's new government is getting to work a day after sweeping changes to its parliament, unseeded prime minister benjamin netanyahu, ending his historic 12 years of service in the role. naftali bennett, a one time ally of netanyahu, was elected to become the country's next prime minister in a razor thin 62 59 vote. the 49 year old immediately sworn into office came to uphold the values of the state. of israel and its laws to wholeheartedly fulfill the duties of prime minister this shifting 71 year old netanyahu into the role of opposition leader saying he was cheated out of power. the longtime leader showed no signs of backing down, vowing to oust the newly seated governing coalition. we have a strong opposition united and strong to topple this dangerous left wing government. the fraud government will fall quickly. he's going to be very aggressive, very assertive, and his main goal was to make sure
that this government is a very, very short lived one. israel's new government will not only be challenged by netanyahu. it will also face pressure on the global stage. especially when it comes to the israeli palestinian conflict, and the iranian american agreement. bennett opposes efforts to restore the international nuclear deal with iran. and in his outgoing speech, netanyahu blasted president biden for his plan to return to the understandings. let me call a prime minister in israel must be capable of saying no to the united states president on matters that endanger our existence and to back that up with massive action in the congress, the senate and in public opinion in the great democracy, which is the united states. president biden called bennett sunday night. to congratulate him and pledged his ongoing support to strong us israeli ties in jerusalem. tray angst. fox news, wimbledon will be allowed to have full capacity crowd for its men and women's tennis finals next month. the british government says the grand slam tournament and at 50% capacity at the start and then increase to 100% for the finals. the tournament
was canceled last year because of the pandemic, and that cancellation was the first time since world war two that the tennis tournament had not been played. an uptake in city violence comes just as businesses see an uptick and traffic. i'm madly rivera in washington, with more on the challenges facing cities over a year into the pandemic that's coming up and a youth led march of more than 250 miles ends of the golden gate bridge coming up the urgent issue, these activists say cannot cities acro,
including san jose, and several this past weekend is raising a lot of questions and concern. box news. madeline ribera has the latest on the uptick in violence sweeping the country and what's being done to try to stop it. okay. i'm in downtown austin, texas, an area known for its fun nightlife, became a gathering for emergency personnel and police officer saturday after shots were fired into a crowd, killing at least one and hurting several others. this is one of the more significant incidents that we have ever had happened in our city. it's one of multiple violent incidents that broke out across the country over the weekend in chicago, at least one person was fatally shot and several more hurt after a mass shooting in the south side and a similar sienna, georgia, where a shooting in savannah has left at least one man dead and many others recovering. it's disturbing and it's
senseless. the spike in crime is raising alarm for city officials and local business owners who are looking to welcome back crowds and customers this summer asked covid-19 restrictions, relax and how can we expect people to want to frequent us and support us when we can barely keep ourselves safe as police prepare for a busy season? law enforcement officials sake? communities should work together to curb the violence. the higher numbers of crime and violence throughout the country. um it is out of control and we need to start doing all we can to attract. train and retain the best and brightest saturday marked five years since 49 people were killed and the pulse nightclub massacre in florida. president biden used the moment to call for the senate to pass gun legislation to address what he calls a public health epidemic of gun violence in washington. mala rivera fox news. and we are tracking the heat. that's coming our way. we're going to
see heat advisories and extreme heat warnings in parts of the bay area back here with that, and right now, let's check in with heather holmes. we'll look at some of the stories we are working on for the seven o'clock news on ktvu, plus heather, well, coming up tonight, here on the seven. we are less than 24 hours away from california fully reopening, but the future of state employees returning to the office mike that is still not clear how government agencies plan to bring workers back. also symbols of pride appear to be everywhere this year. but how can consumers tell the difference between a company valuing its lgbtq employees and customers and one that simply rainbow washing? we'll take a look at those stories and a lot more coming up live tonight on the seventh over on ktvu. plus we'll see that but first after the break, disneyland relaxes one of its big covid rules as the state prepares to fully re open and let's give you another live. look outside. this is from our roof camera. looking at the oakland estuary, the city by the bay in the distance and you can see the fog there
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ago in paradise, the butte county community devastated by wildfires in 2018, my body is a little tired, but i feel so good and i'm so proud of everything that we've done lonely. guthrie was one of seven people who began the journey in paradise, and the hardest thing was probably the heat. we walked through a heat wave. the first week there were we were in like 100 and 8 degrees weather at one point, which was really hard, but it made the reason that we're walking like so much more real 15 miles a day. it takes a little bit of a toll on your body viana la decima of san diego felt it was time to do something waiting for change wasn't working. it's time for me to really step up and do anything it takes to stop this climate crisis because we don't have time to wait anymore. marchers are part of an organization called the sunrise movement. another group is marching 400 miles from new orleans to houston. the activists are pushing for congress to pass president joe biden's american jobs plan, which includes funding for a civilian climate corps that would create jobs in green
energy and other sectors. time and time again. i've seen my leaders, especially democratic leaders, that my generation helped elect, i've seen them promise that they'll fight for us, and we'll give us jobs and they'll stop the climate crisis, and then they fail us again and again and again. the marchers stopped in front of the san francisco homes of senator dianne feinstein and house speaker nancy pelosi, urging them to fight harder, both elected official support the plan, pelosi's office issued a statement saying quote the courage and resilience of the young climate activists marching for climate justice is an inspiration if i don't step up, and my generation doesn't step up and fight the climate crisis and provide jobs that we need to do that, then nobody will be the marchers. are also plenty. another demonstration this one in washington, d c later this month. they've also requested an appointment with president biden. rob roth, ktvu fox two news. vaccinated guests at disneyland will no longer be required to wear face coverings indoors or
outdoors. the announcement comes as california is set to fully reopen disneyland guests will not be required to show proof that they have had their shots. instead visitors will self attest that they are in compliance before coming into the park. guests ages two and up who are not fully vaccinated will be required to continue wearing face coverings indoors, except when eating the girl scouts say they have 15 million boxes of unsold cookies this year. due to the pandemic, the organization says covid safety restrictions hampered their ability to sell cookies in person, despite having offered contact, free delivery as well as drive through boost the girl scouts normally sell roughly 200 million boxes of cookies per year or around $800 million worth, legoland celebrated its grand opening today in silicon valley on the eve of the states, reopening a ribbon cutting ceremony was held this morning at the lego land discovery center at the great mall in milpitas, the 31,000 square foot center includes an interactive ride. there's a movie theater, showing three d lego movies and, of course, a
lego cafe. the centerpieces miniland, which is a re creation of bay area landmarks, all in legos. it's a million and a half bricks that took a team of 45 model builders over 7000 hours to put it together, and it is amazing centerpiece of our attraction. organizers plan to open the new lego land in april of 2020. but of course, the coronavirus put that on hold tickets cost $23 and up annual passes are also available. oh and we're looking at some heat coming in our way as we head into your bay area, middle end of the wig. tomorrow is going to be a lot like today. these were the highs from today, incidentally, and you can see fairfield at 80. that's. that's not incredible. you've got 81 in santa rosa 79 in antioch, so kind of mild temperatures. tomorrow's temperatures will spin up a couple of degrees and then wednesdays, temperatures will come up. over these numbers easily. 50 10 to 15 degrees. it
will still be kind of normal for this time of year. it's on thursday were things become a bit abnormal, where we get lots of heat in the central valley. lots of heat in our inland big neighborhoods and a significant warmup for places like concord and gilroy in morgan hill, not so much for it will be warmer in san francisco and oakland, but it won't be. it shouldn't be as stifling is what we're going to see on thursday and again, record numbers possible and some of these inland bay cities. i mentioned it earlier. the deal. with vegas and phoenix. the idea that they are going to see a ridiculous amount of heat over a longer period of time, so 79 in fairfield right now, 77 in brentwood. highs are running few degrees behind where they were last night at this time, but not much, pretty much the same deal. and as we look at the winds are going the right way, and that's sort of the feature of this. this next heat up against not tomorrow starts on wednesday, but really hits on thursday and it's mainly inland, but you see those onshore winds they keep coming. what's going to happen is that heat is going to move out of
the central valley, and they're going to kind of have this battle. and somewhere in the middle here, not in the middle, but somewhere close to the coast, the temperatures will be pretty nice. so if you really can't stand the heat, just get yourself closer to oakland. get yourself closer to point richmond in those areas where will be significantly cooler? on the sea breeze is still going. we've got some thunderstorms that we're moving through the northern part of the state. believe it or not, now, we're just what we got got a few showers. that's weed and why rekha and up around, uh, mcdowell in those areas, but that's just that week system that went through for us kind of last night brought us the drizzle lot of drizzle some areas in the bear in our area had 507 inch, which is 5070.5. that's a lot of drizzle. and most of us have, like 0.1. so that's it for the wet for awhile. here's the forecast. the fog tomorrow gets, he wrote it back at the coast a little bit. you see it break up. there were the forecast highs slightly warmer than today. so
i think the hotspots tomorrow instead of in the low eighties will be in the mid and upper eighties and then we'll see temperatures gradually increase on wednesday or significantly increased, especially in then on wednesday, and then thursday is the day. yeah, it's gonna be interesting to see what's interesting, interesting. most none of this is really, amazingly unusual. except what is unusual in my in my experience is just this this extreme heat. covering so such a large area from las vegas to phoenix to los angeles to sacramento and modesto. to baker. we're gonna have a lot of folks using air conditioners, and when you have that happened, it's not hard to have some kind of power issues, and that's that would be slated for thursday. also some all time records possible, possibly could be broken in places like phoenix, where they're looking at 121 125 degrees. are you kidding? that's ridiculously hot. so tomorrow like today. thursday or wednesday and thursday. really get go, and then? friday saturday sunday temperatures start to trend down a little bit. i'll see you back here tonight at 10 and 11.
all right, bill, thank you. and just a reminder. everyone at home. you can download the ktvu weather app right now for hourly updates on this week's he there was a familiar face at the 145th westminster dog show former giant star barry bonds was in attendance. his dog rocky, competed in the show. he owns rocky with his sister and admits she does all the work to train rocky. the minister snatcher didn't win his breed. but bond said he's just happy that his dog qualified for that show and the best in show winner of this year's westminster dog show was wasabi. the pekinese, his breeder david fitzpatrick, says the three year old celebrated the win with a nice fillet. fitzpatrick's other dog maliki, with abby's grandfather won best in show at the same event back in 2012 former san francisco 49 ers quarterback nick mullens has found a new team sports anchor joe fonzi is here to tell tell you where molins landed
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injured. the 26 year old mullins agreed to terms with the philadelphia eagles, where he'll compete against jalen hurts, and joe flacco. mullins was five and 11 in 16 starts for the 40 niners, looking good at sometimes and turning into a turnover machine at others. he threw two 25 touchdown passes but also 22 interceptions. well, the award draymond green one today for the warriors should surprise no one who saw their season this year or, for that matter, anyone who's watched the team for the last nine years for the fourth time in his career, green was named to the nba's all defensive team. first team to other years, green has been named to the league's second team, so he was third in the league this year in steals, but his impact on the team is about a lot more than defense. green also hit his career high and assist per game at just under nine. so when six of greens nine nba seasons, he's received all defensive honors. six times of the nine were devastating news
today for one of the favorites to end up being this year's nba champion. this is what happened to the nets kyrie irving in yesterday's playoff loss to the milwaukee bucks after scoring a basket. irving awkwardly came down on the foot of the bucks, yannis, angelico po and irving injured his ankle left the game and did not return. the injury has been diagnosed as a sprain, and irving has been ruled out of game five of the series tomorrow. the nets will also be without james. harden who is still suffering from a hamstring injury after milwaukee won yesterday's game. that series is tied at two games each in san jose state athletic department is in the middle right now, but sexual abuse scandal and today introduced a new athletic director jeff collier, was introduced today and we'll have the task of heading a department facing allegations that a former athletic trainer touched female athletes under their clothing under the guise of medical treatment. kanye who has been the 80 at northeastern university in boston for the
last three years, says he plans on running a transparent and open administration can you also mentioned an emphasis on social justice, diversity and the desire to give athletes a platform for expression under his leadership? it's been said that you can't go wrong with stories about dogs and kids were going to give that a try. now, in case you domestic barry bonds is neither. but he and his sister had a dog in the 2021 westminster dog show. the dog was a miniature snow hauser named rocky, who was not in the money here is one of the future performers that be ju neopolitan, massive. in addition to drooling a lot, those dogs were a state guard dogs and you want protection. how about pirates? a dog a day bordeaux? that's it. another breed that was used as a guard dog to the terriers. murphy this guy terrier twice as long as he is high there, actually legs under that code. and how about bedlington terrier named bond? it's more like a lamb than dog noticed a little puff balls on bonds, ears. i don't
know. i feel like i'm doing a fashion show. here's your best of show. yes that's a dog. it's a pekinese named wasabi. these dogs originated in china. they were favored by the royalty of the chinese imperial court. all that and more at the westminster dog show. and one more in case you missed it. this is the crowded yesterday's cubs game in chicago. number one. it's good to see a full house at wrigley field. you know, when you put that much brainpower in one place, well, those people are going to come up with something like making a snake out of their empty beer cups. would you say they are happy to be back at the ballpark and the cubs or even to nothing winners over the cardinals? and check this one out. this is cows cameron rogers in the hammers, throwing the women's ncaa track and field championship in oregon. rogers didn't just win her throw of 247.9 ft one by 14. ft rogers successfully defends the titles you won in 2019. if you're thinking olympics, she's canadians. that's it for now.
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