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good morning, america. breaking news. night of violence. protests erupt in the streets after police in milwaukee shoot an armed man. officers in riot gear under attack. >> i'm getting injured officers here. there's too many rocks coming. shots fired, shots fired. >> this car set on fire. and businesses blazing. the chaotic scene and the investigation this morning. > relentless rain causing these scenes of disaster. >> get out. give me a knife. give me a knife. >> a woman saved from her sinking car. >> her dog. >> just in the nick of time. >> whoa. >> residents forced from their homes. packing up pets and possessions as rivers rise to record levels. and it's not over. more rain is on the way. switching targets. donald trump taking on a new opponent.
crooked hillary clinton. i'm running against the crooked media. >> with his poll numbers plummeting and in must-win battleground states, will this new strategy work? and going out with a gold. michael phelps' last performance in the pool making it count. >> phelps has grabbed the lead. >> snagging his 23rd gold medal. with fellow teammates in a medley relay. the greatest swimmer ever. now in an amazing olympic farewell. and good sunday morning, everyone. thanks for joining us. dan, once again, off. it's great to have ryan smith next to me. hey, you came back for more. >> you let me come back twice. thank you. what a night in rio. michael phelps taking in his winning moment. swimming his last laps in an olympic event. going out with a gold. phelps and his family unable to contain their tears as the most decorated olympian. 28 medals.
says good-bye. >> makes you think. will he feel the itch? he says, no. he's out. he's done. first, let's get to the breaking news out of milwaukee. tensions running high with frightening scenes on the streets overnight. protesters setting fire, confronting police officers. all of this coming after police shot an armed man who was running away from a traffic stop. eva pilgrim joins us with more. good morning, eva. >> reporter: good morning. a chaotic, violent milwaukee after a man died in an officer-involved shooting. this morning, we know the officer involved is a six-year veteran of the force, and he was wearing a body camera. overnight, violence erupting in milwaukee during a protest in response to a deadly officer-involved shooting. >> this is the police. leave the area. >> reporter: officers out in fuel riot gear. people panicked, running for cover in the smoke-filled streets as the sound of gunshots
>> the community, we're not going to protect ourselves. but if we don't have anyone to protect us, then this is what you get. >> reporter: this police car destroyed. >> shots fired. shots fired. injured officers here. too many rocks coming. >> reporter: this car, up in flame. >> this is the whole gas station. >> reporter: as several buildings, including a gas station, an auto parts store, and a bank, are torched. as hundreds of people flooded the >> if you love your son, if you love your daughter, get them home right now before more damage is done. >> reporter: racial tension boiling over as the crowd protesting the death of an armed man shot and killed earlier that day. >> the man is a 23-year-old male. from milwaukee. with a lengthy arrest record. the gun at the scene that we're recovering was stolen in a burglary along with 500 rounds of ammunition. >> reporter: according to police, the officer was chasing the suspect, ordering him to dop
officer fired several times. two bullets hitting the suspect in the chest and arm, killing him. >> no other way to apprehend a person without having to shoot him and kill him? i don't understand at all in the community. >> reporter: one officer hospitalized after a brick was thrown through his window. striking him in the head. the mayor making the plea to parents overnight to get their children home and out of harm's way. >> and the body cam video, will that be released? >> we'll have to wait and see. when. >> thank you, eva. we want to move now to the historic and deadly flooding in the south. water is rising extremely fast. emergency crews continue to pull off rescues like this one. this woman saved from her sinking car. and abc's phillip mena is in baton rouge with more. phillip? >> reporter: paula, good morning. yeah, we've been watching those rescues all morning. the situation here is getting worse. this is a road that leads to
it's rising fact and it is closing in from every direction. overnight, massive flooding terrorizing louisiana. damaging homes, roads, vehicles. take a look at this dramatic rescue. >> get out. give me a knife, give me a knife. >> reporter: a woman and her dog pulled from this car the moment before it was completely submerged. >> get my dog, get my dog. >> i got your dog. >> oh! together under devastating circumstances. not only are rescue teams rushing to help, neighbors are using their own boats to get people out to safety. as families are forced to evacuate their homes and flee to safety. bringing with them only as much as they can carry. >> we woke up this morning about a foot next to the door. we came back about three hours later and it's about six feet high. >> reporter: you just started grabbing your things and throwing them into trash bags.
>> in many cases, that meant their pets. >> we just saved this cat. he was scared to death. >> reporter: the louisiana national guard sending in helicopters to bring people to safety. >> it's about 30 feet below the aircraft. >> reporter: over 1,000 residents in livingston parish alone. torrential rain fall of 21 inches in 24 hours. at least three people are dead. including one man swept away from his home. people who live here say this disaster is now more devastating than hurricane ka between ya. another problem is the shelters. they're completely full or flooded out themselves. so many here now homeless with literally nowhere to go. ryan? >> a precarious situation indeed. thank you, phillip. joining us is lieutenant colonel ed bush of the louisiana national guard. at this point, what is your number one priority?
at this point. that's what this is. this is a search and rescue operation while these conditions continue to get worse around us. >> governor john bell edwards called the flooding historic, unprecedented. you're talking about nearly two feet of rain in almost 24 hours. what type of resources have you had to deploy so far? >> well, certainly, the high-water vehicles, the b in many cases, it's the only thing that can get around. it's the only way we can get to some of these people. we have aircraft that are extremely helpful. we're hearing reports of people on the roofs of their houses in very precarious situations. the helicopters are able to pluck some people off the roofs. those are the assets we bring to the fight. they're uniquely military. it comes in handy. >> you're talking about people on the roofs, doing anything they can to survive. we understand a good number of people are still out there trying to be rescued. you're trying to get to them as well.
most of the folks out there out of harm's way? >> we just keep going as the situations dictate. that's the trick with water and that's the trick with storms. the good news is, we're able to move assets around and try to pre-position. we can see the direction that the storm's going. so we have an idea of where it will next go. in the meantime, the waters are shifting. the rivers are rising. we're reacting to that. it's a living, changing, moving thing we're reacting to. we'll keep going to where we need to be. as close as -- staying as close to the parishes and answering the kals of the help of the people. >> and not only that, the water conditions. you're talk about power outages in different areas. road closings as well. how difficult has this made your job of saving lives? >> well, in -- access is always the key. and water cuts off access, so, sure, it becomes a hindrance for us, as well. we have to find workarounds and different passages to get to people.
it increases the urgency of it. we'll stay out here and do this as long as we're needed. >> lieutenant colonel ed bush. thank you so much for not only your work but the work of your soldiers. out there trying to save lives. we appreciate it. we appreciate your time. >> thank you. >> a search and rescue operation. this rain is not going anywhere. let's check in with rob who is tracking it all for us this morning. and rob, you say the rain is north. it's rained so much. it's saturated. all you need is a quarter, half-inch of rain and we're looking at more flooding. 15 to 20 in the last 48 hours. one spot northeast of baton rouge, 31 inches of rain. now we'll see spots outside of houston. more rain to come. flood watches there. streaming it up mississippi, ohio rivers as well. flash flood watches for the mid south getting into the midwest through at least tuesday. this red is precipitable water.
humidity top to bottom in the atmosphere. and there's a ton of it. that is streaming north. more rain for a lot of people. paula, back over to you. >> thank you, rob. next to rio. what was an emotional moment as we saw the most decorated olympic athlete say au revoir. good-bye. michael phelps won gold in what he says is his last olympics ever. we want to show you first the latest medal count. the u.s. had 61 medals, followed by china, great britain, germany, and japan. bon gia, matt. good morning to you. >> reporter: bon gia, paula. it was bittersweet saying good-bye to the greatest olympian ever. i covered the 2008 games when michael phelps became famous. one person okay with his retirement? michael phelps. he said at a press conference last night, he just wanted to
this morning, the greatest olympian, michael phelps, leaving the pool with another olympic record. winning his 23rd gold medal in saturday night's relay, celebrating with teammates. his five golds and his silver here, a swan song only phelps could have composed. phelps telling nbc sports he's ready for what is next. ? it's not the end of a career. it's the beginning of a new journey. >> reporter: phelps may be done. but katie ledecky just getting started. she seemed to swim in a different gear from her opponents. winning her 800-meter race by an astounding 11 seconds. you win the race, you touch the wall, you're 11 seconds ahead of the next competitors. that is a long time in sports. can you tell us more about what was going through your mind? >> it's nothing different than any other time. i mean, i think, throughout the race, i was just -- appreciating every moment of competing at the olympics. >> reporter: team usa earning
claimed victory. the pool has been kind to american swimmers. rio 2016 acknowledging an algae infestation has turned the diving pool green and the water polo pool will have to be drained. not drained after being stuck in an elevator at the start of the game, juan martin del potro. that day, the argentine went on to beat novak djokovic. on saturday, he beat rafael nadal. he's ranked 145th in the world. now he's headed to the finals. today facing defending champion andy murray. as track and field opens, great britain's mo farah making an amazing comeback. tripping and falling, shrugging it off. and still winning gold. another win for the u.s. jeff henderson claiming gold on his final long jump. with some athletes so thoroughly
gold medalist allison schmitt to show us how they dominate. giving me a head start of a whole lap, taking off only once i touched the the far wall. i barely beat her. then we set off together. i felt the wake as she shot past me. watch her glide ahead as i flailed to keep up. my best time in the 50 meters. 41 seconds. the world record, twice that fast. >> you're good. >> reporter: now, his coach saying last night that phelps is in such a good head space, he doesn't need to come back. another factor may be in play here. that is the training. it's ridiculously arduous. allison schmitt said they swim 40,000 meters a week. that's 24 miles. she said she feels more comfortable in the pool than on land. so much so, she says she can fall asleep while treading water. i don't recommend anybody trying it at home.
>> matt, they were very much into the shirtless matt gutman. >> no, we weren't. no, we weren't. >> i was. >> you have fans here. keep that in mind next time you decide to go for a swim. >> i'll keep swimming. >> just keep swimming. let's turn to politics and the race for the white house. donald trump saying he has a new opponent. mary bruce joins us from los angeles. mary, good morning. >> reporter: hi, good morning. well, ryan, donald trump often points a fin this morning, he's going further. threatening to revoke the credentials of "the new york times" and saying he's campaigning against the media. >> these people are so dishonest. >> reporter: this morning, donald trump is revealing his true opponent. >> i'm not running against crooked hillary clinton. i'm running against the crooked media. >> reporter: trump blaming the press for outrage over his repeated claims that the president and clinton founded
>> donald trump said that he is the founder of isis. then they debated for two days. i think he's wrong. >> reporter: overnight, in connecticut, trump promising a local cancer patient that he'll always tell him the truth. while admitting to other voters -- >> iight lie to you like hillary does all the time, but i won't lie to giacomo. okay? all right, giacomo. you hold me to it. >> reporter: trump is courting the blue state as his plummet in must-win battlegrounds. he admits it's an unusual strategy. >> we're making a big move for the state of connecticut, just so you understand. >> reporter: now, noticeably silent this weekend, hillary clinton. she's opting instead to let donald trump's remarks speak for themselves. paula? >> all right, thank you very much, mary. and for more political an analys analysis, let's check in with our team at "this week." and co-host martha raddatz joining us. good morning.
he's slumping in the polls in some key states. and now there's a scathing "new york times" article that says he's resistant to advice from his advisers. in private, he's sullen and erratic. how damaging is this? >> this is pretty serious. trump himself seems conflicted about what is best for the campaign. his free-wheeling style from the primaries where he was so successful? or the plan from his campaign managers to rein it in? that piece in "the new york times" suggests that the campaign is losing the battle. with unnamed advisers saying he's nearly out of time to right his campaign. trump responded on twitter calling the story fiction. but it's taking its toll with voters with trump down in key swing states, as you said, like virginia and colorado. and running the risk of reaching a point of no return. >> now blaming the media, the crooked media. more hacking problems for the democrats. the fbi is investigating claims of personal information of
how serious is this? >> it's extremely serious. with one leading democrat describing it as an electronic watergate break-in and russia is believed to be behind this. this involves a mix of personal and official information from democratic members and hundreds of staff and that includes cell phone numbers. paula? >> we know you have a great show to prepare for. you'll have independent candidate evan mcmullin on the show and tell us whether or not there is an en martha, thank you. a reminder that "this week" comes up later on abc. >> feeling the heat on the campaign trail. rob is talking about the heat all over the country. >> i'm catching up on my megawatts. record broken by con ed this week end. over 11,600 megawatts used yesterday. 96 degrees in the shade. they should write a song about that. >> in the shade? >> yes. with the humidity, 115 or better. people doing all they could to
you take that, go in the sun, it will feel like 120, 130. just relentless heat here. thunderstorms pop up. some beautiful and cooled you off. there's one in rockaway beach. we had dangerous lightning strikes. one causing injuries in lake george yesterday. be aware. quick on your feet. get inside. excessive heat warnings continue today. maybe a little cooler today. just less hot i guess. we don't cool off until wednesday or thursday when a weak cool front drifts in our
>> sara's not happy with you. >> we didn't give the beach forecast. >> that's next? >> you could have added some graphics. >> it's 96 degrees in the shade. ? 96 degrees in the shade ? >> oh, my gosh. >> oh, wow. >> a new boy band. has emerged. >> the only place to go from here is to ron. for some news. >> no other choice. >> to get us back on track. >> thank you, paula. good morning, everyone. we begin in new york city where the leader of a mosque, the imam and his assistant, were the mosque. as they left afternoon prayers. both men shot in the back of the head, execution-style. investigators are looking through surveillance video that they say shows a suspect in a dark polo shirt approach the victims from behind. police say there is nothing to indicate so far that they were targeted because of their religion. this morning, police if switzerland are investigating what led a man to set fire to a moving train and then stab some
the suspect, and a 34-year-old woman passenger have now died. five others were injured. one of them a 6-year-old child. police say there is no evidence to suggest terrorism as a motive. and in e des moines, iowa, a family of four walked away unharmed after their small plane crashed just after takeoff. the father at the controls. his wife and two children on board when he real he deployed the plane's built-in parachute. the aircraft floated into an intersection. the family able to get out just before it went up in flames. amazing. in cuba, former president fidel castro making a rare public appearance to mark his 90th birthday. he attended a birthday event in havana, after issuing a letter thanking the cuban people. he criticized president obama for a speech that he gave during a visit to hiroshima, japan, last may. and cubans celebrating by making a cigar 100 yards long.
a world record. >> wait a second. that's the lengts of three football fields. >> 100 yard long? >> three of them. i thought you said 300. i'm kidding. i mean -- >> oh, really. >> that would be his golf drive. >> yeah, anyway. after a long, 22-year break, pro football is back in los angeles. the rams, who relocated from l.a. to st. louis, after the 1994 season, playing the dallas cowboys in the first preseason game of the season. the rams won, 28-24. in front of a sellout 89,000 fans in the l.a. coliseum. for an autographed picture of sara haines, who can say what city the rams played in before l.a.? >> st. louis. >> st. louis. >> l.a. >> cleveland. >> i was going to say cleveland. i was just guessing. >> you lie. >> we're thinking about the 300-yard cigar. much more ahead. the search for a killer. a possible new lead in the
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welcome back to "gma." happening right now, mayhem in milwaukee. overnight, businesses set on fire. cars up in flames, a standoff between officers and protesters just hours after a police-involved shooting left a 23-year-old armed suspect dead. also right now, historic floods in the south. four months' worth of rain at least three people dead. more than 1,000 rescued. the state of emergency is not over yet. more rain on the way. and spacex liftoff. one of the falcon nine rockets taking off from cape canaveral overnight. launching a satellite into orbit. and then landing at sea on a floating drone. that robot ship stations just off the florida coast. fascinating for all of us to watch and witness. >> spacex is good. >> spacex success. say it slowly and three times.
coming up also, olympic swimming champ maya dirado celebrating her gold medal victories. looking ahead to after rio. what are her plans? first, the hunt for clues in the brutal death of a jogger murdered just a half mile from her mother's home. >> what could be a big break in the case as police search for what happened to the google account manager who put up a fierce fight, the fight of her life, trying to fend off her attacker. >> r and paula. a heartbreaking story. police may be closer to finding the person who murdered her. grieving family and co-workers say she was known for her big smile and even bigger heart. this morning, a possible huge lead in the murder of 27-year-old vanessa marcotte. investigators submitting dna samples of at least one possible person of interest. >> they're focusing on one particular individual and might have dna to tie him to this crime. >> reporter: the google account manager from new york
after going for a jog near her mother's home in princeton, massachusetts. seven hours later, a police canine unit found her remains in a wooded area. authorities say marcotte tried to fight off her attacker and apparently was burned on parts of her body. >> the significance of setting this victim on fire may be either to destroy evidence or it goes into the mental health world of some sort of paranoia or homicide in three decades for this normally quiet new england town. >> we don't know if this was a random act. we're asking the public to be careful and to be vigilant. >> reporter: it's the second high-profile case in a week's time, involving a young woman murdered while jogging in broad daylight. nearly 200 miles away, karina vetrano was killed during an evening run while visiting her family's home in queens.
similarities. nothing has been ruled out. >> reporter: this morning, this town 65 miles from boston is on edge, knowing a killer is still on the loose. >> doors are unlocked often. but not anymore. >> reporter: and so far, police have not given a motive or named a suspect. we're still waiting for the autopsy report to learn exactly how she died. police are hoping locals will be able to solve this case. she was a boston university alum. a big boston sports fan. and her company, google, saying she was known fo work. a lot of people grieving her death right now. >> a lot of people wanting to find out what happened to her. thank you. >> thank you. let's check in with rob. and you say extreme heat in the west? >> yeah, wefr been talk something much about the heat in the east, we have underserved our friends in the west. it's been hot how there, especially california. torrid conditions. critical fire dangers for the mountains of los angeles. right through wednesday. that's dangerous.
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welcome back, everyone. team usa swimming has been dominant in rio. and one of the surprise sensations has been maya dirado. the 23-year-old has garnered two golds, a silver, and a bronze in what is her first, and her last, olympic games. she joins us from rio now. good morning to you. >> good morning. thanks for having me. >> of course medalist. how does that sound? >> it's unreal. coming into the games, i just wanted to have a good experience. maybe medal in three of my events. i got put on a relay. it was a dream come true. and now, to be able to have these around my neck is pretty unbelievable. >> it looks a little heavy. let's talk about that dramatic win a couple of days ago over your hungarian opponent katinka hosszu.
you ep broke one of your nails at the finish. >> yeah, to have the race come down that close, 0.05 is insane. it goes back to all the training that we have done. all the support we have received. i have great sponsors, like bmw who give financial support, which goes way beyond writing a check. they've created technology that helps my underwaters. for 0.05 to decide the gold is crazy. i was lucky to get my hand on the wall first. there's a lot of training and hard work that goes into that. >> you're a newlywed. i know after that win, it was an emotional moment for you and your family. it was the first time you said you have seen or touched them in about a month. how emotional was that for you? >> it was a dream come true to give them a hug after putting a gold medal around my neck.
time in my life i'll get to do that. i was so glad they were there and i got to see them. and they shared that moment with me. >> you've been dominant. of the 61 medals, u.s. swimming has 33. 16 gold. is there really something magical going on with team usa in the pool? >> there absolutely is. i think that's the best way to describe it. we put in so much hard work over these four years. we have the best support staff in the world. we have amazing technology to be able to help us achieve our goals. at the end, it comes down to a little bit of magic that helps you get your hand on the wall and get medals for your team. >> you have a degree from stanford in management science and engineering. you said this was your last olympic games. after you've received a taste of the olympic stage, are you sure you're ready to retire? >> yeah, i'm sure. you know, i have exciting things coming on in the rest of my life. and, i don't think anything could top these olympics for me. to be able to go out on a high
>> it's been quite a year. you're a newlywed. you have four medals. congratulations, maya, all our best. >> thank you so much. >> did you hear the medals clink? >> i did. >> it's like having a truck and your neck. >> i know. i know. congratulations to her. her first olympics. she says it will be her last. but 23? come on, maya. come on back. coming up on "gma," how to beat the heat. how do you do it? what you and your kids need to know and do before days like we have seen recently. you take those sports activities outside, oh, unbearable. >> stay inside in the a/c. >> netflix. /c. >> netflix. to get visibly whiter teeth, but it only removes surface stains, and clinical tests show that it only provides about a half-shade of whitening. new colgate optic white high impact white is different. it contains hydrogen peroxide, a professionally recommended whitening ingredient. it goes beyond surface stains to deeply whiten.
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there. already two people have died in philadelphia because of the heat. and heat, a lot of people don't know is the number one weather-related killer. how do you keep yourself safe? joining us now is abc news women's chief health correspondent dr. jen ashton. good morning. >> good morning, rob. >> what is the number one thing? >> we have to take this seriously. we hear this on the weather. in the news. all the time. and turn a deaf ear to it. this is not just for areas you're saying are involved in heat waves. this is about humidity and normal summer temperatures. it's not just a risk for the very old, very young, or those with chronic illnesses on medication. as you just heard, two women in fad philadelphia died. we hear every single year, high school athletes, collegiate athletes dying of this. these are tragic deaths because they're preventable deaths. >> we're always telling people to stay inside. that's unrealistic.
when you have to venture outside many this stuff. >> think of it in terms of these things -- acclimatization, hydration, and recognition. acclimatization. it's key especially in the sports world. because you can't go from 0 to 60 overnight. so you need to take time, days to weeks, to build up to exerting yourself outside. when you're talking about things like football practice, for example, there's a new really push nationwide, build up gradually. start with just helmets. then add the pads d gradually over time. if you have to work outside. cutting lawns, frequent breaks. build up to it. in terms of hours. hydration needs to start 36 hours before you're outside. every 15 minutes. water is best. sports drinks can help, especially if you're really e exerting yourself. then recognition.
so if you see signs like dizziness, weakness, vomiting, you need to take that seriously. >> i felt a little bit of that yesterday. go inside. grab some shade at the latest. >> 100%. get out of the environment. air conditioning. sit in an air-conditioned car. or indoors. cool compresses all over the body. again, 911 if it's a true emergency. >> all of our temperatures are measured in the shade. so it's 10, 20 degrees hotter in the sunlight. >> yes. >> grab shade. just don't throw it. and play table tennis. news." it's the "gma" games. lots of fun and healthy competition. i think. stay tuned for that. dle of all . they're supposed to be one of the most gentle creatures in nature. really...? i read that once. state farm knows that for every one of those moments, there's one of these... wild mustangs?!? i can't believe we live in the middle of all this! they're supposed to be one of the most gentle creatures in nature. really? i don' know, i read that once... that's why more people
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the olympic gymnast accepting the invitation to visit the set of one of her favorite shows, "pretty little liars." actress shane mitchell giving her a shoutout in the twitter message. >> we're so proud of you because you're rocking it over there. with all your gold medals. congrats on the final five. go team usa! >> that's awesome. simone didn't hesitate to accept. she has a long-standing crush on actor zac efron. reveals she got a cutout one christmas. and thanking him for tweeting her the night of the event. i have a life-sized cutout, too, but i'm not telling you of who? >> rob marciano? >> it's behind there. it's amazing. and the olympic sport of table tennis is on a different level. check out the images of the top players in rio putting their mark on the game. well-timed photographs showing just how much concentration it takes to keep your eye on the ball.
speaking of victory, we're going to battle it out for the title of "gma" champions. i'm not promising a high-quality game or that we'll adhere to any standard of rules. but we've got our own table tennis competition right here. it's the women, against the boys. >> bring it, sara. >> let's do this. >> ron will keep us honest. we trust that he'll tell the truth, the whole truth, nothing but the truth. >> you ready? >> you go. >> serve? >> you. >> go, rob. >> go, rob. >> 1-0. >> serve to me. i want to play. >> yea! >> 1-1. go, go, go. >> let's do this. >> oh. >> strike one. >> that should be a whiff. >> don't you get two serves? >> 2-1. >> come on. >> go. >> wait, wait, we still have a minute. we cheat at the end. only when we're losing. >> 2-2. >> oh.
>> i want to win. i want to win fair. >> oh. >> 4-2, go, go, go, go, go. >> rob is the champ. >> 4-3, 4-3. 4-. >> don't hit it! >> get a little volley. >> 4-4. >> you guys. i'm in the wrong division. i can play better than all of you. >> 5-4, 5-4. >> okay. >> oh! >> 5-5. >> okay, okay. >> yes. >> 6-5. >> yes. >> kill it. >> it's over. >> who won? >> 7-5, last thing i can tell. 7-5. >> eas >> protect yourself. protect yourself. >> wait, wait, wait. >> we want to remind you that martha has a big show coming up. >> martha, save the segment. >> we're journalists at the end of the day.
ryan, thank you for being here. . ryan, thank you for being here. good sunday morning i am katie lasalle i'm first alert. in for a warmer and drier day across the state. shower activity to the south and across the southeastern plains. clouds will clear throughout the morning hours. today it will be warmer and temperatures 90s in the front range. chance for precipitation
slope of the mountains and part of the divide but for the most part the state should be mostly dry and hot through monday before a cool downdraft temperatures in the 80s tuesday through fridaa. starting the day 61 grand junction. 44 aspen. 45 gunnison. leville 34. pretty chilly in the high country but eastern plains temperatures mid-50s and denver at 58. here's what you can expect next 24 hours. a lot of sunshine today temperatures back in the lower 90s. by noon in the 80s and increasing cloud coverage in later portions of today but staying mostly dry as high pressure remains in control. keeps us mostly dry and warm nnxt few days. highs across the state, touristy grand junction up to 94 degrees. 80s and upper 70s across
a city in flames. milwaukee residents tear up the streets and burned buildings after an officer involved shooting there. >> will and today. i can't tell you it will end tomorrow. i don't know when it will end. >> one officer hurt trying to keep the peace. more from that seen in a few minutes. new information about a man killed by police in lakewood. a live look outside at 7:00 on sunday and beauttful start to the day. 90 degree temperatures coming back and katie lasalle has your first alert forecast. >> a hot one out there so stay cool today. high pressure across the state keeping us mostly sunny and dry through monday.