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that hot summer doesn't want to go away. >> it's getting hotter. normally it would be a good thing. in this case, not so much. hopefully people bought new clothes that are summerish. mother nature saying you may be going back to school, but i'm keeping summer around. heat risk, the orange is the bayshore, the coast and san francisco. that's where we have a heat advisory, starts at 11:00 and goes through 8:00 tomorrow evening. temperatures 95 to 105. solano and lake counties. that's an excessive heat warning that goes all the way, starts at te same time but goes through 10:00 friday. 100 to 110 degree temperatures possible. the sun has started to come up. 76 in the east bay hills. if you live in the valley, that's where it's coolest. mid 50s to mid 60s. in the hills, in the 70s already. noon we're already looking for ac. 82 to 94 away from the coast. alarmingly hot at 4:00.
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90 to 102 away from the coast. here is frances. >> hi, mike. we have problems on several bridges that have been reported. one is westbound across the bay bridge as you head towards treasure island. you can see brake lights there on the incline section. that means things will back up at the bay bridge toll plaza as they start to slow down the metering lights. already backed up to the foot of the maze. also, a couple of problems on the other bridges. westbound 92, san mateo bridge, a crash reported near the toll plaza as well as westbound 84 on the dumbarton bridge, another accident reported blocking a lane. as we check out the drive times, it's still not horrible. westbound across the bay bridge, 11 minutes. 14 minutes across the san mateo bridge. of course, if you want to avoid all that, you may want to consider that. bart, no problems, a.c.e. train is running nine minutes late. it's back to school for gilroy unified school district two weeks after the shooting at
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the garlic festival. >> the high school is right next to christmas hill park where three people, including two children, were shot and killed. abc 7 news reporter jobina fortson is live at the high school this morning with how that school is preparing for today. jobina. >> reporter: natasha and reggie. there's hope there will be a sense of healing in numbers at the start of the school year and also with the students get back with their friends and teachers, that that will allow for some sense of normal see as well. we're back in the classrooms on monday, specifically undergoing training on how to respond to children who may be upset by the garlic festival shooting. extra police will be on hand as the extra precaution. two additional counselors will be at its 15 schools today. the additional counseling services will be available throughout the week. >> once you're around all the people you love, you're distracted by what happened.
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easier to move forward. >> the routine, it getsetsets back to normalcy. >> reporter: three people including a 13-year-old girl and 6-year-old boy were killed and at least a dozen others were hurt. live in gilroy this morning, jobina fortson, abc 7 news. in the east bay there was a show of support for the victims of our nation's recent mass shootings along with a call to action. congresswoman barbara lee led a night of healing at frank oh gag wah plaza. it mobilized people to stand up against white supremacy and gun violence. lee said when it comes to gun violence, they need to do more than just pass a bill for stronger background checks. >> we must also ban assault weapons and get these weapons of war off the streets of america! >> the rally was also an opportunity for people to stand
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in solidarity with gilroy, el paso and dayton. developing news out of hong kong. flights have resumed at the city's airport following two days of chaos. you can see protest rs clash with police dressed in riot gear. the violence forced the cancellation of hundreds of flights. th the protest has grown into a pro democracy campaign. a live look at sfo, flights from san francisco to hong kong have departed on time this morning. president trump says he hopes the conflict in hong kong is resolved peacefully. he remains focused on trade talks with china. the president is delaying new tariffs on chinese goods. a 10% import tax was supposed to take effect next month. that has since been postponed until december. a terrifying situation for one woman in san francisco. she was attacked as she tried to get into her home. in this stunning video, you can
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see she's trying to get through the front door of her building when a man believed to be homeless, grabs her, pulls her away from the door and onto the ground. she struggles to get away but eventually is able to crawl inside. >> this should never happen to anyone anywhere. i was trying to get into my own house. >> she says it took officers 30 minutes from the time of the first call. we asked sfpd. they say it was a lower priority because it was reported as a man standing outside. when things escalated they got an officer to her house in three minutes and the suspect was arrested. the building is right next to the embarcadero navigation center. she's concerned things might be worse when that is built. police say when the center opens there will be additional security measures in place. the group safe embarcadero for all is suing san francisco to block it. it is 6:05. vallejo police are asking for help identifying a man suspected
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of having inappropriate contact with three young girls. this is surveillance video of the suspect. investigators say the victims are between 8 and 14 years old. on two occasions police say the suspect was chased away by the girls' guardians. in the north bay, petaluma police are trying to identify this man who robbed prescription medication from the cvs pharmacy on north mcdowell boulevard. last night investigators say he presented a note demanding the medication warning that no one would be hurt if the clerk complied. the clerk did give the man the medication and he left. he's described as a white man between 30 and 40 years old, six feet tall, weighing about 300 pounds and has a goatee. the jury is still out in the ghost ship trial. it may take jurors a few more days before they reach a decision. they sent a note to the judge . that request includes hearing derick almena's testimony word for word. the attorney for co-defendant
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max harris says that may be good news for his client. >> it's no surprise to us that a majority of the questions and attention is focused on mr. almena. we've been saying the entire time max harris is innocent, should never have been prosecuted. now we're seeing deliberations that reflect more attention on mr. almena. that's consistent with what we thought all along. >> each man faces 36 counts of manslaughter for the deadly fire in 2016. all evacuation orders and warns have been lifted for this wildfire in mendocino county. the moose fire is burning about 45 miles of santa rosa. at last check it burned 225 acres. containment is at 35%. the cause is under investigation. new at 6:00, could iconic san francisco band timbuk2 be leaving the area? the adrenaline kicked in and off i went. >> this man chases a thief down in the street trying to get his stolen phones back. what he kept yelling over and
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over before the thief did something very unexpected. check this out. golden gate bridge west at 10 miles per hour and no fog. so temperatures soaring today, a brailling 12 to 18 degrees above average. 80s, 90s and 100s. th
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low to mid 60s across most of the south bay. milpitas at 62. 72 in los altos hills. morgan hill the cool spot at 66. 60s from newark to alameda, 64. near 60 in san francisco and san carlos. 62 in danville. 67 in brentwood. down fom 78 a couple hours ago. mid 50s to near 60s in the north bay. santa cruz 56. 84 this afternoon. water temperature 57 degrees. if you have to do yard work, just say no. wait until the weekend. caution if you're going to be out and about because of the spare-the-air. the pool, a great day for the pool. even in san francisco, from 61 at 7:00 to low 80s this afternoon, down to 73 at 7:00. the east bay, 63 this morning. mid 80s at noon and some 90s this afternoon. how about the north bay. the biggest threat from 56 this morning, mid to upper 90s for about five hours this afternoon. >> mike, a new crash reported for the folks out of fairfield
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westbound 80 headed towards the cordelia junction. here is a live shot of the golden gate bridge where it's light, no problems out of the north bay at this point. and an accident has been reported at the san mateo bridge toll plaza. so once you get past the toll plaza, it's looking good here on the westbound side, on the right-hand side. traffic is slow westbound 92 out of hayward to the tolls. there was also a crash reported at the dumbarton bridge toll plaza. so far no major slowing there. here is a live shot heading to the richmond-san rafael bridge. westbound 580 backed up as you approach the tolls. across the span it's eight minutes. across the san mateo bridge, 17 minutes. across the dumbarton bridge, ten minutes at this point. the bay bridge toll plaza is backed up as well to the foot of the maesz with an earlier accident on the upper deck. san francisco-based timbuk2 may be moving to southern california. hate to hear this. the "san francisco business times" reports the bag maker has been sold to a custom furniture
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company based in orange county. timbuk2 has been rooted in the san francisco mission district since its founding in 1989. as of 2017 the company had 64 employees. i went there a few months ago to do the story. at that factory, they make custom bags, you can watch them do it and go on tours. i hope they stay here. the bay area housing crisis is getting worse. we have new data showing you ne
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cell phone theft, one of the biggest crimes in san francisco. a man decided he was not going to be the next victim. >> they don't recommend this. not one, but two of his cell phones were stolen. he went after that thief. mike huckman was in the city for business. yesterday morning he was grabbing a cup of coffee when someone snatched his phones and jetted off with him. he chased down the thief three blocks, yelling that the phones were locked, it's going to be useless to you. something must have registered. eventually the thief did something unexpected. >> i see him dart off that way and i can't see him anymore. then i peek around the bend here and i find the phones just like that. that's exactly how i found them. >> well, san francisco police say this is never a good idea. do not confront the suspect
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because things could escalate very quickly. he's just glad things worked out in this case. he says he provided the opportunity for it to get stolen in the first place and learned his lesson. >> i hope the rest of his trip is all right. a revelation by former heavyweight champ mike tyson about marijuana use. legendary partner say he and his business partner smoke $40,000 worth of pot at home at his california marijuana ranch. the 53-year-old talked about it on his podcast saying they smoke about ten tons of weed a month. he says he plans to open a pot resort in thor in future in the palm springs area. it will reportedly include an indoor water park, sports arena and the world's largest and laziest river. >> uh-huh. >> that is funny. that is so unlike him. >> he's mellowed out. >> right, from being an
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aggressive, just -- >> i want to beat you to a pulp. now he's like i just want to build a lazy river. >> he got involved with those pigeons. remember that? he got really into pigeoning. >> that was his venture before this? >> yeah. i think that was the bridge -- >> the gateway to the pot water pot. >> pigeons are a gateway to a pot water park. that's what you learned today. let's take a look at what's going on outside. 6:18 this morning. a look at sfo. no delays. no clouds to be scene anywhere. it's 61 degrees right now on our way to about 85 this afternoon. our highlights, i don't think you're going to like them. dangerous air and heat. harder to sleep tonight and tomorrow night because today and tomorrow are our hottest days, the heat finally breaks everywhere. have to wait until saturday. that means today, tomorrow and friday. 103 in morgan hill. gilroy heading back to school
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today. police have those kids ready and make sure they're drinking plenty of water. low to mid 80s in the south bay. deeper in san jose, upper 90s. 84 in santa cruz. san mateo northward, we're going to drop into the mid to upper 80s. still obnoxiously warm especially for those of you with no air conditioning. mid 70s along the coast with afternoon sunshine. near 80 in downtown, south san francisco, sausalito. look at the mid 90s to 100 degrees through the north bay valleys. along the east bayshore, it's going to be very uncomfortable this afternoon. mid 80s to low 90s. about 86 to 92. look at this. 100s throughout our interior booeb neighborhoods. we'll fall into the mid 50s in the north bay valleys, the rest of us in the low to upper 60s to even 70s around pittsburgh, antioch and brentwood for lows tonight. tomorrow, just as high.
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friday we drop four to six degrees. still in the 80s, 90s to near 100. saturday and sunday closer to average before another warming trend begins next week. frances? >> mike, we'll head to the sol lon know county area, westbound 80 near the cordelia junction, five cars off to the right-hand side. traffic is heavy approaching the scene. so far no lanes are blocked. in the south bay, a fatal accident in san jose. an investigation continues. the freeways are okay, but tully road right now closed between monterey road and south 7th street for the time being detours in place t. bay bridge toll plaza is backed up into the maze with an earlier crash on the upper deck. a live shot of 680 southbound, slow as you make your way through walnut creek toward north main. it picks up after that. southbound 680 walnut creek to dublin, 14 minutes.
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southbound 101 santa rosa is a to san francisco 52 minutes. "good morning america" coming up at 7:00 on abc 7. >> rob marciano has a look at what's ahead. >> good morning reginald, natasha. good to be with you on this wednesday. lots going on. coming up on go"good morning americ weather a big story again overnight. number of tornadoes touching down in minnesota and colorado. winds up to 80 miles an hour shutting down i-70. carolinas getting hit hard with big winds. we know the heat is coming this week to california. also ahead this morning, the hunt for a brazen wedding crasher. this woman suspected of showing up uninvited to the couple's big day and stealing their gifts. plus bachelorette's candid message. why she says she's struggling after that final rose. tory is here with steals and deals. everything for less than 20 bucks.
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i'm live in milwaukee for good morning ma ka's summer road trip. milwaukee today, chicago tomorrow along the beautiful shores of lake michigan. although i love to be along the shores of san francisco bay this morning. probably less in the way ofhe gnats flying around. >> i love he calls you reginald. >> i love, even on the road, he still uses my formal name. thank you, robert. a new push to rename the street in front of trump tower. what more than 88,000 people want to see on the sign. a dramatic hot car
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if you begin suffering from the heat, listen to your body. it's going to be telling you what's going on and what you need. heat exhaustion, you're sweating profusely. it's curable by finding ac and drinking cool water. heat stroke is when you stop sweating. that spikes your temperatures and that's when your body starts to shut down and you need immediate attention. so call 911. it is an emergency situation. please be careful outside the next several days. >> thanks, mike. more than etitnarob o sees
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ink ci moveon.org calls calls cs for renaming part of fifth avenue president barack obama h. obama avenue. it's specifically calling for the name change between 56th and 57th streets where trump tower is located. the organizer said she started it as a joke but it's quickly gaining momentum. it's 6:26. new at 6:00, a new report that will make you even more depressed about the bay area housing market. according to data, you need to make $343,000 a year to afford the median priced home in san francisco, and the payment on that home, by the way, nearly $8,600 a month. >> for a median priced home. >> the report blames dropping mortgage rates, stagnating home prices and the fact that residents are moving out of the city causing the average income
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to rise. the housing crisis, one of the big issues that affects all of us. it's why we dicated week of coverage just to this topic, issues for renters to homeowners, solutions for the future. find all the solutions posted on abc7news.com/betterbayarea. back to school for thousands of bay area kids today, dealing with dangerous temperatures. developing news in the death of jeffrey epstein.
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extreme heat moving in. overnight temperatures dipping only into the 70s. today areas could hit triple digits. mike is tracking the conditions. it feels good right now. it's going to be incredibly hot this afternoon, just in time for the kids to go back to school. the story coming up. reversing course. the san francisco board buckling under the pressure and changing the fate of this controversial mural. shake shack is expanding in the bay area. where they're planning another new location. i could go for a nice chocolate shake right now. it's 6:30 in the morning.
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that sounds reasonable. >> i'd go for anything from shake shack. >> bring it on. >> good thing about frances, she eats all the time. eats healthy most of the time. >> and she works out. >> a lot. >> a lot. >> maybe you want to stay inside and work out and be an example for everybody else. let's talk about the hot air. we've got to deal with it. the way you deal with it is going to determine how you feel the next couple days. bayshore line, the coast and san francisco not in an advisory. everywhere else in the orange. the excessive heat warning, both start at 11:00 this morning. the advisory through 8:00 tomorrow evening. the heat warning goes until 10:00 friday evening. we'll have 90s and 100s in the areas in orange. you see no sign of the fog. it's 76 in the hills. where most of ussive in the
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lower elevations. already seeking air conditioning. low 80s to mid 90s. alarming meet this afternoon. 90 to 102 away from the coast. we'll talk about the spare-the-air. >> especially slow heading to the bay bridge. an earlier crash on the upper deck. westbound 80, traffic is backed up. you see westbound 580 for traffic moving across your screen slow all the way to the bay bridge. we've got a little spider on our live camera shot with the san mateo bridge there. an accident westbound 92 at the toll plaza at the san mateo bridge. intordhe drt ow out of tplaza.nesou 92 and westbound 84. it's also sluggish on the southbound 880 ride through hayward at this point. >> frances, thank you. new overnight, san jose police say they're at the scene of a fatal crash.
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it appears the vehicle went through a fence and smashed into a minutes san jose police confirmed that someone died. officers shut down tully road in both directions from monterey to south 7th street. dozens of local school districts are back in tsession this morning. >> abc 7 news reporter amy hollyfield is live in the east bay. good morning, amy. >> reporter: good morning. we're at foothill middle school in walnut creek, one of many schools heading back to work. kids want to think hard about the first day of school outfit. a day for tank tops and shorts i'm afraid. some kids might not be that well rested. look at the temperatures overnight. this was in concord. tough to sleep if you don't have air conditioning. at least in most schools, there's air conditioning. for those at home, in the heat today, cooling stations are open in cities across the bay area.
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keep in mind libraries, go to the mall. that's a great place to cool off. a good day for a movie. a heat advisory is in effect for the region. children and seniors are the most vulnerable. you also might want to get those kiddos a ride home from school today, not a great day to be walking or biking. it's going to be triple digits this afternoon. reporting live in walnut creek amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. >> some of these schools don't have air conditioning, too. we'll be watching that today. >> tank top, flip-flops and call it a day. a reminder about the danger of children being left inside hot cars. dramatic video out of florida shows police officers bashing out the window of a mom's suv after she accidentally locked her kid inside. >> i realized, oh, my god, the door is lock. in disbelief, i went around four
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different times, like no, it's not locked. my mind couldn't process it was actually happening. >> luckily in this case, the child was okay. so far this year 32 children have died in hot cars. that's according to kidsandcars.org. if you need to get out of the heat, several bay areas are opening cooling centers. find the closest to you by going to abc7news.com. the san francisco board of education has reversed course on this controversial mural at washington high school. last night the school board narrowly voted in favor of covering the mural with panels instead of painting over it which the school board previously voted to do in june. the compromise left both sides disappointed. >> it's being kofrtd, but when is the next time that they're going to uncover it? >> if they're that upset about images, about names, why don't they consider changing the name of the school.
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the 13 frescoes painted in the '30s were meant to show george washington in a critical life as a slave owner and leader of a nation that killed native americans. a u. smt bankruptcy judge will consider a civil trial benz pg&e for the tubbs fire. the press democrat reports people in the county want to contest cal fire's findings that private power equipment is what sparked the tubbs fire, not pg&e. they believe state investigators disregarded key evidence. 6:36. developing news in the death of jeffrey epstein. "the new york times" reports that two guards who were supposed to be checking in on him fell asleep and then falsifi falsified records to cover up their mistake. the jail reassigned the warden and has suspended the two guards. surveillance video in the special unit where epstein was held shows the guards did not
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check on him for about three hours. they were supposed to do it every 30 min nchts new details in the mass shooting in dayton. surveillance video shows the gunman left the bar, went to his car and changed clothes. you see him carrying a backpack. he ducks into an alley and puts on body armor. moments later he's merges and opens fire. investigators say the video indicates he acted alone. 26 people were shot in just 32 seconds and that includes his sister who is among the nine killed. investigators say it's not clear if he intentionally shot his sister. in tooeb, hayward police say a man shot by officers was carrying a replica weapon. officers responded to calls of a man waving a gun. two officers confronted the man in his 20s and opened fire. police haven't said if he threatened the officers. the investigation closed the intersection of mission boulevard and val vista for several hours. in the south bay santa clara county getting a new voting system for the 2020 elections.
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this is the first update to the county's voting technology since 2003. the new system includes high-speed scanners and a device that should speed up ballot counting. right now all ballots have to be returned to the registrar's office. the new system will allow counting to take place at each voting center. that means we can learn the outcome of races potentially much earlier. rapper a$ap rocky has been found guilty of a brawl in sweden. why he is not facing jail time. looking live at the big board at the new york stock exchange, down 363 points now. another update on how the markets are doing coming up next. what is she doing? the search for a serial wedding crasher who is stealing from newly woods. >> i learned today there was a wedding crasher at your wedding. >> indeed there was, my very small wedding. sometimes you don't see what's right in front of you. >> you didn't notice at the time? >> had no idea. >> someone had to tell you afterwards? >> yep. >> probably best. don't want to cause a scene. maybe get somebody else to take
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them out. 50 in half moon bay. easily one of the coolest spots around. daly city 57. near 60 degree temperatures, low to mid 60s oakland and hayward. antioch 69. napa 57. warm in san rafael. 64 compared to santa rosa, also 57. in the south bay, total full-on sunshine. we're as cool as we're going to get right now. cloudy at the coast. mass transit is going to be hot this afternoon. just about everywhere. on the bay it's a spare-the-air day. here is the peninsula broken down from 7:00 to 7:00. 64 at 7:00. low 80s at noon, mid to upper 80s from 1:00 through 6:00. some areas could reach 90. south bay, 67 now, near 90 at noon. mid 90s from 1:00 to 5:00. still in the low 90s at 7:00. i kept the hottest for last. east bay valleys, 65 this
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morning, 90 at noon and then from 2:00 to 6:00100 degrees. that's four hours of triple digit heat in the east bay. this is just the first day of it. we've got more coming up. i've got four school districts that are going to be really hot. i'll show you tha first i want to bring frances in. getting busy out there? >> it is busy out there. air conditioning needed today. we've got slow spots westbound 80 out of fairfield because of an earlier problem. five cars off to the right-hand side as you head towards the cordelia junction. southbound 680 getting slow as you make your way through pleasanton because of an earlier crash as well. heavy as you make your weigh towards the sunol grade. southbound 680 dublin to mission boulevard is now 24 minutes. northbound 85 through the south bay has been fine. here is a live shot of the macarthur maze. traffic is slow through the maze. there was an earlier crash on
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the upper deck of the bay bridge that was cleared, but now a new stall just reported. we'll have more weather, news and traffic
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back to school today. i'm starting with the coolest and going to the warmest. san jose unified where we start off at 65 and end up in the mid to upper 90s, that's one of the
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cooler school district goings bang. 56 this morning, the biggest spread, look at that, 4 the degrees warmer. 98 at 3:00. then we head over towards gilroy, heading back to school. 62 this morning, but a very dangerous 101 this afternoon and even warmer in pittsburg unified school district. 72 this morning. this is one of the areas that will be in the 70s the next couple mornings. look where you end up. 103 during the afternoon hours. as amy was talking about, maybe this is as good a time to drive your kid to school if you can. have them take an umbrella to shelter them from the sunshine, that will make them feel 10 to 15 degrees warmer. make sure to dress them properly. counselors on hand as stuns return to classes in gilroy. it comes just two and a half weeks after a gunman killed three people at the garlic festival. >> gilroy high school is right next to christmas hill park where it all happened.
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abc 7's jobina fortson is live at the school this morning. good morning, jobina. >> reporter: good morning, natasha and reggie. be going to see students enter the building here. faculty and staff are prepared for them to be asking questions and also some to maybe be upset. there will be two extra counselors at all 15 of the district schools. there will be extra officers at the school as well just as a precautionary measure. staff members were back in the classroom on monday preparing for their students' return and specifically received training on how to respond to children who may be upset by the garlic festival shooting. three people including a 13-year-old girl and 6-year-old boy were killed. at least a dozen others were hurt in the rampage. there's going to be questions, there's going to be tears, a lot of expression of sorrow. we're preparing our staff as much as we can for dealing with students while at the same time dealing with their own emotions.
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>> hundreds of people in the community have taken advantage of the counseling services offered. there's hope there will be a sense of healing in numbers as the students return to school. live in gilroy, jobina fortson, abc 7 news. developing news, in the last few minutes a swedish court found rapper found guilty. he was handed a suspended sentence. he won't serve jail time. he pleaded self-defense saying he tried to avoid a confrontation with two men who were following his entourage. he was not required to be present for the judgment hearing. domino's will start using electric bikes for delivery. >> the custom e bikes are designed to hold pizzas, drinks and side. shake shack is coming to oak
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lapd. the popular chain is opening at up town station at broadway and 20th street. the chain has been expanding across the bay area with restaurants recently opening in palo alto and larkspur. i have a lot to tell you when it comes to what's happening on the big board. we are down 440 points so far as trading gets under way. here is the reason. so the treasury bonds, the two-year and ten-year, the ten-year has now fallen below the two-year rate. that is bad news because it means the two-year rate which should be worth less has inverted with the ten-year. that has preceded every recession we've ever had in modern american history. that is spooking people on wall street right now, so that's why you're seeing the selloff this morning. we'll continue to follow it for the rest of the day. cuts are coming to uber. according to business insider, the company held an all-hands meeting yesterday.
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te ceo says he's looking at ways to trim expenses including eliminating balloons for work anniversaries. that will save uber about $250,000 a year. employees are worried that uber might be preparing for lay-offs. >> just balloons -- have you ever received a balloon from your employer? >> i've never received a balloon from an employer. >> i think it's nice when you get a happy birthday. >> or let you know you're leaving at all. >> anyway, we're the kids that didn't get the cupcakes. >> but look where we are now. we made it. >> we made it. texas authorities on the lookout for a serial wedding crasher. >> they say this woman has been sneaking into weddings uninvited and stealing the gifts. authorities releasing this surveillance footage of the suspect. they say she made purchases with wedding gift cards. abc news spoke with the couple that says this woman crashed their wedding.
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>> we never actually saw her. she came in and left three seconds later. from what we saw she was wearing heels and a dress -- >> there's a $4,000 reward for information leading to this woman's arrest. more on the story coming up on gma at 7:00 after abc 7 mornings. >> i did have a wedding crasher. i had a very small wedding, only 50 people. my sister a couple days later was like, who is that redhead? i was like, the what? >> that's so crazy. >> so crazy to me. >> we know who she is. >> know of her but she wasn't invited. >> she wasn't invited and she told everyone at the party that we uninvited her from the wedding which is actually true. but she showed up anyway. >> so much drama. >> so much drama, but also
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hilarious. >> at least she didn't steal any presents. >> as far as i know. >> bringing tupperware to the buffet line. >> "bachelor in paradise" and reggie's wedding in paradise, both full of drama. 6:50. up against the clock. exploratorium, 61 degrees. dangerous air and heat today. tonight hard to sleep. heat finally breaks on saturday. let's go down to the south bay. morgan hill and gilroy, well over 100 degrees. 91 in milpitas. as you head deeper in the south bay, 98 in los gatos. 57 in the water, 84 to 94 is our spread on the peninsula. low to mid industries. if you're going to the game, it starts at 12:45, 74, w up to 79 degrees. it will feel like 90 to 95 if you're in the direct sunlight.
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north bay, mid 70s at mid 90s to triple digits in the valleys. starting in the 50s this morning, 40 to 45-degree jump. very desert laich. from 86 in richmond to 92 in fremont along the east bayshorement interior, 103. that's the cool spot to 106. 11 million people across the state under some type of heat advisory, watch or warning. triple digits through the central valley to palm springs. 77 in monterey. low to mid 80s down in the south. here we're going mid 50s in the north bay. the rest of us, 60 to 70 degrees. back to average saturday and sunday. look at next week. another warming trend. a couple of problems in the south bay. a new crash reported northbound 87 at kirtner off to the right-hand side already.
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traffic is slow northbound 87 approaching the scene. not too far away, a fatal accident has tully road closed between monterey road and 7th street as the investigation continues. detours are in place. that middle bar, southbound 680 slow dublin to mission boulevard south. that's 22 minutes because of an earlier crash. the ride westbound 80 highway 4 to the maze also had an accident near the san pablo area. that's 36 minutes. westbound across the bay bridge, 14 minutes. that's because we had an earlier accident and a stall. here is a live shot. you can see traffic is backed up right now through the maze. we're also seeing lots of slowing westbound heading towards the san mateo bridge across the toll plaza because ibigger, tastier strips spicy chof juicy chickenbo. with crunchy batter.
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it appears the vehicle went through the fence and smashed into a semi truck inside a construction yard. because of the deadly crash, tully road closed between monterey and south 7th street. also the bay bridge commute is jammed, backed up well through the maze because of an earlier accident on the upper deck and a stall. the first day of school for thousands of gilroy unified students. of course they're still reeling from the mass shooting at the garlic festival. counseling services available to students and extra police on hand. so scary, the situation for one woman in san francisco attacked as she was trying to get into her apartment building. surveillance video shows the security guard trying to help. she is okay. number six, another volatile day on wall street. look at that. we're way down already this morning. 385 points. number seven, check out the zoo trying to keep their cool. they'll need to again today. >> i want to be with them. >> i know.
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good morning, america. great to have you with us here on a wednesday morning, and of course, we're tracking severe weather on the move. the tornado touchdown. twin twisters barrelling through the plains. >> it's going down. it's down. it's touching. >> strong winds blowing over massive semis, shutting down this highway, and extreme flooding hitting the heartland. in the west this morning a dangerous heat wave moving in. temperatures could feel like 117 degrees. rob tracking it all. breaking overnight, the new report about the night jeffrey epstein died, claiming the guards on duty fell asleep and then lied on official records. hong kong on the brink. violent clashes erupting at one of the busiest airports in the world. tourists trapped in the crosshairs as protesters and police go head to head.

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