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♪ good goes around and around... ♪ good morning, everyone. i'm carolyn tyler. thanks to joining us on sunday, august 6. let's start with a quick look at the weather. >> good morning, everyone. you can see the marine air. low clouds have spilled into the bay and this will bring us some cooler conditions this afternoon. right now in the 50s and 60s. san francisco half moon bay at 59, san mateo 60, and san jose 64. as well as answer oktioch. we have clouds and fog and even
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drizzle along the coast. it will be slow to clear this afternoon. and we'll see mostly sunny conditions by 4:00 with the clouds at the coast. temperatures will be cooler inland in the upper 80s around the bay mid-70s and 60s at the coast. i'll have your complete accuweather forecast coming up. this morning there is tighter security at dolores park in san francisco after a triple shooting just a few days ago. law enforcement joined neighbors during a movie night at the park last night to try to ease everyone's fears. as abc 7 reports, five suspects still on the loose. ♪ >> reporter: at dolores park, movie fans cut loose to "footloose," all under the watchful eye of police, park rangers and private security. >> it makes us feel a lot safer. >> reporter: this is the first major event since thursday's shooting.
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the suspects crossed the foot bridge into the park at church street wearing bandanas and hoodies. and then they started shooting at three people, a 16-year-old boy and a 37-year-old and a 69-year-old man. san francisco police have upped patrols assigning two officers to the park daily which didn't go unnoticed by this group. >> we try to be out by sundown because generally it's not the best place. especially because of the shooting, you don't want to put yourself in a situation that could be a bad thing. >> reporter: but for the most part, movie night attendees didn't want to let thursday's shooting stop a tradition that makes san francisco what it is. >> you just enjoy it too much. it's part of the city and we live in the city and we don't want to be afraid. >> i kind of felt it was a one time incident that occurred and it's not something that we hear about, i haven't heard about it in the neighborhood. >> reporter: event organizers
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say the turnout is the same as any other movie night. abc 7 news. developing news in san francisco where police are searching for young women who pepper sprayed at least one passenger aboard a b.a.r.t. train, it happened around 8:30 last night at the embarcadero b.a.r.t. station. b.a.r.t. radio gives us more information. the suspects escaped. it is unclear whether they made off with any stolen property.
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san francisco police are investigating a stabbing aboard a muni shuttle bus, it happened just after 9:00 last night at market and delores streets. authorities say there were two passengers involved in the stabbing. no word yet on the extent of the injuries or if anyone has been arrested. a stubborn fire that broke out last week in the hills above uc berkeley is completely out this morning. firefighters fully contained the flames yesterday. the fire started wednesday afternoon on grizzly peak. investigators are looking into whether it was set intentionally. drone view 7 gives us a look at the scorched land. firefighters say 20 acres of brush and trees burned. we're learning more about the suspects of a nationwide manhunt found here in the bay area. two men are accused of killing a hairstylist in chicago, a stabbing so violent police say
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the knife broke off in the victim. abc 7 news reporter cornell barnard has our story. >> reporter: two wanted men on the run, now in custody for the brutal murder of a chicago man. 42-year-old wyndham lathem surrendered peacefully and drew warren, an employee at oxford university in england, gave himself up in san francisco around the same time. both men face first-degree murder charges in the stabbing death of 26-year-old trenton cornell-duranleau. chicago police found his body nine days ago describing a horrific crime scene inside professor lathem's chicago apartment. the same day an hour away in wisconsin, the two suspects made a mysterious $1,000 donation to a public library in his name. investigators believe professor
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lathem and the victim had a relationship. according to chicago police, lathem sent a video to family and friends apologizing for the murder saying it is the biggest mistake of my life. lathem seen here in another online video was a microbiologist at northwestern for ten years. >> i had him give a talk to some students about his research. and he just seemed like a perfectly normal guy. >> reporter: san francisco police denied our request for a jailhouse interview with andrew warren. they say he's under medical supervision. both suspects are awaiting extradition back to illinois. crnell barnard, abc 7 news. santa rosa police shot and killed a man armed with a knife. they had arrived at a home after receiving a call about a man quote acting crazy. they found him under a bed and when they wouldn't drop a knife, they used what they are calling electronic control devices and chemical agents. he still refused to drop the knife. officers say he advanced on them, at least one opened fire hitting the man killing him.
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body cam video recorded the incident. the video will not be released while the incident is being investigated. a man has been deported and the man with him faces an uncertain future. the mercury news reports that nunez was kicked out of the country, authorities detained the two back in may when they reported to a new construction job at traverse air force base. their arrest sparked protests. neither man was allowed a trial. a sad but selfless day for sikh communities as tribute was paid to the memory of those killed in a 2012 massacre. abc 7 news was in san jose where volunteers prepared hygiene kits for the group next door solutions to domestic violence.
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five years ago six were killed. the work was a way of giving back in remembrance. >> today we commemorate that tragedy by honoring the victims. and with selfless service. >> other communities also served meals to the homeless in san francisco to helping at a habitat restoration project. the heavyweights of high school sports in the east bay came together this weekend to support a paralyzed east bay teenager and his family. jake havier broke his neck in a pool. he was paralyzed the day before his graduation from high school. football players from his alma mater and also rival schools came together to play a charity game benefiting him.
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the fundraiser was organized by legendary football coach bob latticer who says the boy has big plans to accomplish. >> he's headed off to cal poly. needs special help to get around to his classes. and, you know, insurance doesn't cover it, i thought we could defray some of the costs and get him going on his first year at school. >> they hope to raise $100,000. we have a link on our website if you would like to contribute. oakland as outfielder matt joyce has been suspended for two games after he shouted anti-gay profanities at a fan and challenged him to a fight. it happened right after this at bat by joyce in the eighth inning of thursday night's game. joyce posted a seven part tweet saying he is beyond sorry for what happened and called it a truly regrettable moment. manager bob melvin had this to
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say before last night's game. >> take the proper steps to work on it and he's paid the price. so these next two games and hopefully learned a valuable lesson. >> the as will donate $54,000 of joyce's lost salary to outreach programs in the lgbt community. starting today, some bus riders in san mateo county will have to take a detour. bus lines have eliminated 11, 43 and 89. last month the board of directors voted to stop those routes because few people use them. it will save $170,000. transportation officials say that the canceled routes serve schools in daly city, millbrae and atherton. they ran in the afternoons in areas other lines already cover. so it's about that back to
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school time. >> yeah, and i'm getting my kids ready as well. and we have the fog and typical summertime weather. the clouds are causing flight arrival delays of about half an hour at sfo, but we do have cooler temperatures inland. the details coming up. and also ahead, the curtain comes down. fans say farewell to the smash musical "hamilton." plus a life changing summer graduation for 15 high school students. for many,
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thinking of traveling out of the country, there is a new place to apply for passports in richmond. the city clerk's office will begin taking passport applications tomorrow. that office will open mondays and wednesdays from 10:00 to 4:00. and on fridays from 10:00 to 2:00. you must make an appointment in advance. well, the smash hit musical "hamilton" turned down the lights in san francisco. the cast made its final curtain call last night before a sold out crowd. the audience cheered and gave them a standing ovation. the musical won't be back in san francisco until 2019. abc 7 news lonni rivera has more on the last show.
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>> reporter: it's a bittersweet occasion. the hot musical "hamilton" wraps up its final show in san francisco, and for the cast, saying so long isn't easy. >> i am sad. the city treated us so amazingly well. >> this show is so alive and politically alive as well. it's been so well received by the people of san francisco. >> reporter: two saturday shows, that's it for this run in san francisco, which began back in march. the cast took time to make memories for "hamilton" fans after the show. >> these people, it's a great way to just give back to the way that everybody loves the show. >> reporter: "hamilton" the american musical continues to sell out, many willing to camp out for a chance to see it. >> i said i want to see "hamilton", but i didn't know today was the last day. >> we've been sitting here for two hours now. and we really hope that we can see it. >> reporter: while they wait for cancellations, this family is
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feeling super lucky. >> we kept it a secret and when we walked up the b.a.r.t. stairs she said oh, my gosh, are we seeing "hamilton"? so it was a fun surprise. >> reporter: several hours and $200 each later, these ladies scored. >> mission accomplished. >> reporter: no worries if you missed a chance to see "hamilton," it's coming back to san francisco in 2019. >> i'll really miss san francisco. i can't wait to come back. >> reporter: will you be back in 2019? >> we'll see. >> reporter: and if you're willing to make the trek, "hamilton" opens up august 11th in los angeles. "hamilton" will run in l.a. until december 30th. it will also make a stop in san diego. in san francisco, lonni rivera, abc 7 news. it was graduation day for a group of high school students who completed a life shaping program at san francisco general.
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abc 7 news was there as the group of 15 incoming high school seniors were recognized for finishing a program that allowed them to shadow doctors and nurses. the program prepares the students for a career in medicine at a very young age. and it's exactly what you would expect from a big city on hospital. >> walk in the footsteps with physicians, they are able to see how can i fit into this, where are my strengths. >> many of the high schoolers chosen will become the first in their families to move on to college. ♪ that is our morning anchor bringing the spirit of aloha to the san mateo event center for this year's aloha festival. abc 7 is a proud sponsor of the two day event which celebrates
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music, food and culture of hawaii and other pacific islands. the event is a huge draw for bay area residents, many of whom identify with the vibe of the islands. >> so friendly and relaxed. i went to school there, and so it brings back lots of happy memories. >> the event continues today. admission is free, but parking is $15. happening today, a san francisco nonprofit is celebrating 30 years of keeping kids off the streets and in school. the omega boys club and either program alive and free has mentored thousands. tonight there will be a special reception for its supporters. this video is from a couple years ago when the nonprofit celebrated its 200th college graduate. the omega boys club began in the
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basement of a neighborhood house and abc 7 was the first to provide coverage and help raise funds for the organization 30 years ago. a middle schoolteacher, joe marshall, and a counselor, wanted to steer kids away from violence and crime. good sunday morning. live doppler 7 showing us the circulation that is helping to push the marine layer in and that will bring a slightly cooler number inland. so we're under gray clouds for most areas into parts of the east bay an even the south bay, but we're already picking up some clearing in a few spots. this live view from emeryville toward the soupy gray bay area. and into san francisco. temperatures in the 50s and 60s for the most part. san francisco 59, oakland 60, mountain view and san jose at 64, half moon bay at 60.
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you can see the pretty sunrise tat just hatcheppened. we have low clouds, but temperatures inland east bay are a little cooler compared to yesterday at this time. so we're seeing a lot more 50s out there. napa 56, fairfield 59, livermore in the low s60s. open the windows. by 9:00, still clouds cover in parts of the east bay and then this afternoon pretty much sunny for everyone. very typical pattern except at the coast where we'll still see the clouds and then it will start to push in once again overnight tonight into tomorrow. but highs today will be comfortable and near average. in san jose, look for a warm 80 degrees there, and gilroy 87. lower peninsula, we'll be mimd. and at the coast once again in the 60s. if you are heading out in san
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francisco, closer you are to the coast, the more you need a jacket especially with the sea breeze. downtown san francisco getting up to 66. and look for 80s and 70s through parts of the north bay. petalu petaluma, 76. lake ports warmer. 70s through the east bay. berkeley at 70. warmer as we head farther south into freemont. and inland, upper 80s today. mid-80s in walnut creek, police police an ton. tonight the fog currents again and we showed you the circulation that will push the marine layer in again. we'll be more comfortable overnight. for tomorrow, the pattern is on
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repeat. we have coastal drizzle during the morning hours and then afternoon sunshine. notice very little change in the steady pattern through most of the week, so it will be upper 80s to near 90 towards the end of the workweek for inland areas, mid-70s around the bay, and 60s along the coast. so if you like the typical summertime pattern, i think you will like the accuweather 7 day forecast. >> it looks pretty good. thank you. just ahead, he is nearly unbeatable on the court when he plays, so what oh hey! it's me mom, catching some side eye. first rule of motherhood. someone's always judging.
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dan harris is joining us to tell us what is coming up on go"good morning america." >> jumbo jackpots on the rise with no winner. they are expected to surge to nearly three quarters of a billion dollars. plus the manhunt for a masked suspect wanted to killing two employees at a high end resort in florida. police are using this video to try to track him down.
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and taylor swift is expected to take the stand testifying against a former radio deejay her. cheating might be the only way to beat steph curry. while he and his brother were in south korea, they appeared on the country's variety show and video was posted yesterday. the show's host decided they wanted to take on the pair and bolster their defense a little bit. one player had an extra set of hands, another turned into a 10-foot puppet. they also had a much bigger mat. still to come here, university of california school has been hacked. how many students are possibly affected. and at least 10 people recovering after a turbulent flight.
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welcome back. we're starting this half hour with a look at the weather with frances. we're seeing the cooling
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marine air make its way in once again. gray skies over most of the bay area at this point and temperatures right now are in the 50s and 60s. oakland 60, 62 in fremont, mid-60s in antioch. but with the sea breeze, it will be a bit cooler inland this afternoon. we also might deal with some sprinkles and some drizzle during the morning hours. it will be slow to clear, but by lunchtime, the clouds will be at the coast and inland numbers will be hitting the upper 80s this afternoon instead of the low 90s. around the bay really comfortable, perfect weather. temperatures in the mid-70s. and along the coast, it will stay in the 60s throughout the day. sunset at 8:12. your complete accuweather forecast coming up. we have developing news this morning. ucla notifying thousands of students about a possible security breach. the university says a hacker gained access to a server
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containing personal data from more than 30,000 current and former students. officials don't believe the hacker stole any sensitive information, but they are offering free identity protection services for one year. chaos saturday on an american airlines flights heading to philadelphia. severe turbulence sent people flying through the plane. ten crew members and passengers were taken to the hospital once the plane landed. no immediate word on the severity of those injuries. abc news reporter elizabeth herr has more. >> reporter: scare in the air with extreme turbulence. >> there was slight turbulence for about five seconds and then it felt like the whole plane was in free-fall. >> and they said for the flight attendants to get to their seats and they didn't even have time. it started shaking and took a big drop. babies screaming, people hitting the ceilings. flight attendant broke his arm. there was some blood.
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>> reporter: shaken eyewitnesses describing the plight of flight attendants and fellow passengers injured amid chaos. >> the gentleman behind us hit the ceiling. and they had just served drinks, should drinks went everywhere, food went everywhere. >> reporter: the midair emergency apparently catching the crew offguard. >> right after that, they told us there was unexpected turbulence that wasn't on their radar. >> reporter: in all 299 people were on board flight 759 traveling from athens, greece to philadelphia when it hit the rough air. the plane landing safely saturday afternoon. in the end, philadelphia emergency responders took ten people to the hospital, three passengers and seven crew. elizabeth herr, abc news, new york. president trump is away from the white house at his estate in bedminster, new jersey.
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but the russia investigation is still hanging over his administration. abc's david wright has that story. >> reporter: extreme makeover white house edition, the oval office stripped bare, even the desk removed as construction workers take advantage of the president's extended vacation to do long overdue repairs. here in new jersey, the holiday as time to reset his agenda. for one, the white house is searching for a new communications director to take over after the anthony scaramucci debacle. among the names reportedly being floated, adviser steven miller who this week suggested the statue of liberty is not a symbol of america's promise to immigrants, those huddled masses yearning to breathe free. >> the poem that was added later is not a part of the original statue. >> reporter: meanwhile trump's national security adviser faces
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fierce criticism from trump loyalists. but the president is giving hr mcmaster a vote of confidence insisting general mcmaster and i are working very well together. mcmaster's predecessor as national security adviser -- >> lock her up, that's right, lock her up. >> reporter: mike flynn continues to cast a shadow over the administration. a "new york times" report says investigators for bob mueller have asked the white house for documents related to flynn. and questioned witnesses about whether flynn tried to hide payments from turkey for lobbying work. >> the president took time to greet wedding guests celebrating at his clubhouse, but trump also insists he is getting work done. this is not a vacation, meetings and calls he tweeted. trump repeatedly criticized his predecessor for taking too much time off. >> he plays more golf than people on the pga tour. >> reporter: and just two weeks ago, trump suggested republican senators hadn't earned a summer
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vacation. >> frankly, i don't think we should leave town unless we have a health insurance plan. >> reporter: david wright, abc new, bedminster. coming up, counselor to the president kellyanne conway is on "this week" and chris coons and thom tillis will talk about a new bill allowing any special counsel to challenge the firing. "this week" begins at 8:00 after "good morning america." east bay democratic congressman spending his summer vacation talking with constituents. he spent yesterday in union city choosing to use his off days to get to know people in his district and bringing them up-to-date on the investigation into russia and the presidential election. >> house intelligence committee
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is making progress. we've brought in a number of witnesses, we're trying to understand how we were so vulnerable, whether any u.s. persons were involved and what we can do to make sure it never happens again. >> he also hosted a town hall in livermore and last week he went on a hike with people in castro valley. the u.s. government has called off the search for three missing marines after their aircraft crashed into the sea off the east coast of australia while trying to land. 23 people aboard the aircraft were rescued. the mv 22 osprey similar to this one went in to the water during training with australian forces. no word yet what caused that crash. a california town with a population of 20, yes, 20 people has been sold to an arizona marijuana company to create a pot friendly tourist destination. the town is called nipton, about an hour from vegas just across
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the nevada border and three hours from l.a. american green bought the town lock stock and barrel for $5 million. it plans to invest $2.5 million in nipton over the next 18 months. one resident does not like the impending change. >> i love it out here. i can't imagine living in a big town or city anymore. >> hear it might be getting bought and i hear that i might be sold. >> well, american green is looking to take advantage of california legalizing marijuana. pot would be grown, sold and used while other attractions are added. right now american green's stock is worth less than a penny. still ahead on abc 7 mornings, a high school band is ready for its comeback. they received a donation that means a brighter future. and here is a live look at our walnut creek camera.
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and enjoyed by the community in the future. together, we're building a better california. this is a live look from our mt. tam cam. you can see a blanket of fog. it will lift and the day will be lovely so says francis es who w
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be along shortly with the full forecast. happening today, thousands will indulge in a melting pot of asian pacific american culture in san francisco's japan town. it is the last day of their street fair. there is food, live music, shopping and art. and for animal lovers, the doggy world parade begins at 1:00 this afternoon. the street fair is on post street between laguna and filmore streets. and you take take take the jacket. >> yes, with the low clouds and fog, 30 minute flight arrival delays. cooler numbers in store for some inland areas. i'll have the details coming up. and also next, the panda is back. he's back at thaat&t park. mike shumann will explain in sports.
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saying hello panda with the return of pablo sandoval and he had a big hit. here are all the highlights. they called up sandoval to replace belt. and the panda started at third last night. before the game, they honored the 1997 division champs. panda gets the rally started with his first hit back as a giants. he would score on a parker double. and then hunter pence hits his first home run at at&t park all season. a two run shot. we go extra innings. tied at four, bottom ten, giants on second and third. parker with shift on and he gets a piece of it. beats the throw. giants a walkoff win 5-4 the final. welcome back panda.
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as and angels. ton one, davis stole second and third and scored on a wild pitch. speed never goes out of style. top four, dustin garneau, and they go up 2-0. and davis takes off for second, it's a double steal. the throw is bobbled, he's safe. davis takes third. 5-0 as and that is your final as they end a two game slide. 49ers signed malcolm smith from the raiders in the offseason and he tore a pectoral muscle at yesterday's practice and will miss the entire season. bad news on an otherwise pleasant day at levi. as a player, this is a welcome change of pace from the practice field. gives you game day feeling. kyle shanahan also gets to look at his players in a scrimmage typesetting. brian hoyer has looked good in camp. there are so many holes to be filled which gives every player hope that they can make the team.
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here is the old ball coach. >> i wanted to see how they would handle it, would they freak out and start making stuff up and it was good that they didn't. they treated it like any other day. but i know they were pumped. >> some new juice for sure. we enjoy it when the fans come out. they are our energy when we're at home. i felt their excitement just to see the excitement to see what we had to present. >> can't wait. the tennis classic, semifinals and with the local hero. first set, bellis, watch this backhand winner, rips it down the line. she's down 2-1 and that is as close as she would get. first set 6-3.
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second set, serving for the match, vandeweghe wins in straight sets. today is the final. great week of tennis winding down. that is the way the ball bounces. i'll see you tonight at 5:00 p.m. i'm mike shumann. have a great day. good morning. live doppler 7 showing the moisture pushing the marine layer in and all of the monsoonal moisture well to our east. but we are waking up to gray skies, lots of low clouds and even drizzle along the coast. i had to use my wipers in san francisco. allow clos low clouds and temperatures mainly in the 50s and ziksz. mow
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at 64. and up to mt. tam, we saw a beautiful sunrise earlier. we will see mostly sunny conditions this afternoon. and santa rosa, napa 56. concord in the low 60s. so by 9:00 this morning, we'll still see a lot of low clouds along the coast. and mostly clearing or all around the bay. and then you'll notice the clouds will make a northwest push and clouds will pull back into the bay tonight into tomorrow morning. but highs today are just what you would expect for this time of year. we're near average for many locations. half moon bay 64, san francisco 66. oakland will be 70 and san jose at 80. some of the warmer inland locations will hit the upper 80s in antioch, 88 for you there and santa rosa, nice as well at 77. heading to the beach, it will be
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cool with the 10 to 20-mile-per-hour sea breeze. although santa cruz will see more clearing. and lots of efrof events going n well. there is the game at 1:05, so it will be breezy. i always bring a jark keckets. temperatures near mid-60s. and the it will be mild and bright sunshine with temperatures in the low 80s. and cooling down but still mild tonight in the mid-60s for 11:00. so that counterclockwise circulation i showed you earlier, that will help push in the clouds and the fog once again. and possible drizzle along the coast. areas of green. temperatures overnight will be around average as well. so in the 50s and 60s for most
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everyone. san francisco 56, oakland 58. san jose at 59. here is the queaccuweather 7 da forecast. mostly sunny day and then a repeat appear, morning drizzle monday and tuesday, temperatures don't change too much. it will be a bit warmer for the end of the workweek where we'll see low 90s inland once again. really comfortable around the bay. and at the coast keeping it cool in the 60s. >> good looking forecast. >> yeah, perfect. kind of what you expect. so i hope we don't get too many complaints. >> thanks. cappuccino high school marching band is set on once again becoming one of the best in the country thanks to money they are receiving from an unfortunate disaster. lyanne melendez explains.
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♪ >> reporter: this marching band has a history. >> this was the band. >> reporter: the cappuccino high school marching band's reputation began in the 1950s. this marching band was so popular in the day that they were invited to perform at president kennedy's inauguration in 1961. copies of newspaper articles highlighting the event live behind this glass display. but with time, the band lost some of its thunder until this past year when they got a new director and money. grants from the pg and e pipeline explosion settlement are currently being used for school music programs. the band received $19,000 last year and will get another $116,000 over the next three years. >> they wanted to ensure that the community would benefit from that event that really kind of destroyed a neighborhood and
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affected everybody in the area. >> reporter: the band has now nearly doubled in size. now they can make more instrument, unforms and travel. >> seeing the band grow from barely anything, it's -- wow. >> one of the goals for us as a band is to get back to that place of being, oh, that's cappuccino. they know what they're doing. >> reporter: this week students were already practicing for what they hope will be a memorable year. in san bruno, lyanne melendez, abc 7 news. right now the band is 52 members strong. cappuccino plans to perform at disneyland this year. coming up, a musical celebration of the life of jerry garcia, where dead heads will pay tribute to the famous band's founder.
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increases to $62 million. happening today, fans of the grateful dead will honor the band's founder jerry garcia. his brirts birthday was august 1. it's the 15th annual jerry day. garcia grew up in san francisco and died in 1995, but his music and spirit live on through his fans. today they will unveil a jerry garcia plaque at the corner of mission street and amazon avenue. a musical tribute starts at 11:30 this morning. let's get a final check of the forecast. >> if you're heading to that park, you can bring a sweater with your t shirt. t-shirts and shorts weather around the bay. and head to the pool if you're
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inland, temperatures will be in the upper 80s. it is a little bit cooler compared to yesterday. tomorrow we're in a similar pattern with morning fog and drizzle. >> all right. sounds good. that will do it for us. thank you for joining us on abc 7 mornings. i'm carolyn tyler. abc 7 news will continue at 9:00 this morning. good morning merck is up next. what's the story behind green mountain coffee and fair trade? let's take a flight to colombia. this is boris calvo. boris grows mind-blowing coffee. and because we pay him a fair price, he improves his farm and invest in his community to make even better coffee. all for a smoother tasting cup. green mountain coffee. and the wolf huffed like you do sometimes, grandpa?
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