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good morning, bay area. let's get up and get going. this is nbc 7 mornings. it is saturday, july 1st. we are glad to have you with us. let's start with a first look at the forecast. hi, francis. >> already clear and sunny in some inland areas, but the fog and low clouds linger at the coast. as you can see, spilling into the bay and parts of the east bay. temperatures right now mainly in the 50s with the exception of santa rosa, 49, cool as well in los gatos at 48 degrees.
52 in san francisco. 57 in oakland. we've got the gray skies over downtown san francisco. coastal drizzle possible as temperatures hover in the 50s in the next few hours, mostly sunny by lunchtime and a breezy afternoon with temperatures ranging from upper 50s at the coast to upper 80s inland. sunset at 8:35, a beautiful day ahead. >> thank you. >> we begin with developing news out of concord this morning where one is ked following a violent collision. it happened before 11:00 night. one vehicle flipped over. the investigation into what caused the crash is just underway. the holiday weekend is is here and with it comes a warning for all boaters on san francisco bay. be safe, vigilant and steer clear of humpback wheels near the golden gate bridge.
>> it's a great weekend. >> harwood is in holiday mood. he plans to celebrate on his buddy's sailboat. it's stocked with supplies and safety gear. but on the bay, it's every boater for themselves. >> got to stay vigilant out there. there's a lot of people who don't know what they're doing. >> humpback whales are still hanging out on the bay. police patrol rs warning the public to stay back. after a boater collided with a whale this week near the golden gate bridge. the boater has not been located. >> there's a type just ahead of us. with we can raise them on the channel, let them know there's whales ahead of them, that they can take anchor. >> it's been a busy month for san francisco whale tours, where
safety comes before sightseeing. >> when a whale comes close, we shut down the engine. we are trying to be whale guardians. we love and respect and want to protect these animals. >> it's a federal crime to harass a marine animal. abc 7 news. just a few days before the fourth of july, the fireworks black market is booming and authorities are busy. the sheriff's office is adding up tens of thousands of dollars in illegal fireworks following two large busts. in one case depp says say a teen was making his own fireworks sell. katie has details. >> a bomb squad technician enters a hayward garage as neighbors evacuate. >> he said how many people are in the house and then we give the count and that's when i realize it was scary. i do need to leave the house. >> police tracked his stat for fire truckworks sales. >> went back to his thousand and
found a fireworks laboratory set up. pretty elaborate. >> a p picture from inside the garage shows the sets up. the materials are so volatile they're now being detonated at the bomb range. >> it's scary because you should be able to live in your neighborhood and not worry about your house blowing up because your neighbor's kid is is making fireworks. >> i know that kid. i've seen him when he was little, so i'm surprised how he got into all this. >> this stash raided by police and deputies is estimated to be worth 30 to $50,000. >> that also was associated with a group that was involved in some illegal unactivity. >> the building on the street is a motorcycle clubhouse neighbors tell us. they say the fireworks is hot this year because of a strong
economy and disposable income. >> abc 7 news was in santa low sa where cal fire is prepare frg a busy holiday weekend. they have 51 planes and helicopters at the sonoma air attack base. when the bell rings, pilots have about three to five minutes to get into the air. >> it really gets the drain lynn going. it's great satisfaction to know you're doing a good job. you're helping people on the ground. whether it be people or the resources, their property. >> firefighters at the base responded to at least three fires in the north bay while our news crew was there yesterday. in the east bay, anger erupted at a town hall on immigration. it got so heated at one point. a woman compared the sheriff to
nazi organizer. he organized the event to listen to people's concerns about law enforcement. some belief the sheriff is criminalizing the immigrant community. alameda county is considered a sangware county, but they have come under for >> a conversation is nice, but cooperating with federal law enforcement. we need policy and real action. >> we comply, but to receive the funding that we do receive, mandates are still compliant. >> man >> a sheriff's spokesman insists i.c.e. is only notified about a small percentage of inmates. police in fremont are trying to find out if the driver who died in this crash was using alcohol or drugs. they say yesterday afternoon, the 24-year-old man was speeding, when he lost control, crossed the center line and his truck slammed into a car.
the woman inside survived without major injuries. 5:0 o is the time. traffic is flowing on a busy southern california freeway after a small plane crash. the pilot had just taken off from john wayne airport when he declared an morning and tried to return, but crashed an the plane burst into flames. an off duty firefighter saw it all happen and stopped to help. >> i wasn't even think ping about my own safety. i was able to get the wife back to the median and help the husband, drag him out of the plane. >> one car on the freeway was clipped by the plane, but no one else was hurt. the freeway was closed for more than seven hours. one of the popular destinations this holiday weekend are the beaches in santa cruz. many drivers use waze to get there, which creates gridlock for one community. katie talked to a woman about
something she's trying to do. >> this is cell phone video debbie took. >> we let traffic into our house for probably four hours. >> she expects the same for fourth of july. she holds the traffic apps responsible. >> that could be taken b care of by the company itself to put no through access on very quiet streets on certain days. doesn't have to be every day. i realize the it's a public street and everybody has access to that. >> she started a position to rally spart. her concerns are quality of life and safety. >> in my opinion, it's just a matter of time before an accident happens. >> using waze or google maps, they don't have the -- to really treat traffic the way it should be treats. >> town council is expected to take up a meeting on august 1st. google and waze have not yet responded.
francis is here. you've been tracking the low cloud cover over part of the bay area. >> we are going to get some sunshine. you'll find it right now. the live shot from mt. tam. temperatures will be b near average this weekend and we're tracking the fourth of july. chris. >> thank you. >> also, a new clue found on a beach. it's given a family hope. more than a month after their son and his car disappeared along the san matteo coast. plus, taxes on
new evidence has wash ed ashore and brought new hope for the family of a man who disappeared before memorial day. now as we approach the fourth of july, his family soon have answers. the focus is on monoterror row beach, between pacifica and half moon bay. jonathan bloom has the update for us. >> stay the night here sometimes, so stuff will be here one day tas not the next. >> that may be what led to the first discovery in weeks in the search that led to richard moss. >> found his aaa card cashed up on the beach. >> volunteers gathered on the beach.
combing the sound to sort out what's trash. >> there's a lot of discarded clothing around here. >> and what could be a clue. >> more ominous. >> acoding to those who have seen video, loss came to this mcb donald's drive through and appeared the order the same breakfast he gets every morning and got back on the road. >> friends say he was head today a job site where he was working as an electrician's aplen tis. cal trans captured his car leaving, but his was missing. >> how can somebody just disappear like that. i just don't get it. >> now, they're looking for car parts under the grim assumption that his blue hyundai may have flown off a cliff into the ocean. they say it's unlikely they'll
find him alive, but they're determined to find him. >> father lives in hawaii and he's been flying in every five days. he's just moving hard to find his kid. >> jonathan boom, abc 7 news. happening today with the calendar now at july 1st, the tax on tobacco products in california are going up, which means the price you pay will rise. beginning today, tax rates on tobacco products other than cigarettes are going up almost 40%, more than double u the current amount. it's dictate by prop 6 passed last november. today, taxes rise to 67 on smokeless tobacco, snuff and e cigarettes. taxes increased in april. something else going up today is the minimum wage in several cities. in san jose, the city's most paid workers will see their hourly wage jump from 10.50 to $12 an hour.
san francisco's will hit 15 next year. california's statewide minimum wage is just 10.50 an hour. it is scheduled to reach $15 an hour by 2022. critics say wage hikes often lead to hiring freezes and cutting work hours. a man and woman from the bay area are accused of making and passing fake money around lake county. they are now in jail. investigators say they printed fake money out of a rented motel room. they found fake $100 bills which they say the pair used to buy gift cards from area businesses. they found paper, ink and printing equipment inside the motel room. encounters between coyotes and dogs were on the rise, but now, wildlife experts say a new coyote tracking program is working to keep people and their pets safe in the park. kate larson was in the presidio with a look at how that works.
>> never been seen images of coyotes. all part of the new monitoring program jonathan young, the wildlife expert, has been using to track the population for the past year. >> trying to understand these animals. their movements, their use of the park. how many are here. >> a big reason, increased concern about cog and coyote interactions. they've had several dozen reports of encounters this spring and summer. >> this is a big dog and he was chased just last month, actually. >> amy porter is a dog walker. she and her clients frequently see coyotes. >> we're seeing a lot more of them. >> coyote pupping season is
april through august september. a time when the coyote parents are extra protective of their new pups. seen here in photos that cameras snapped just a few weeks ago. >> the coyote's parental protective behavior overrides their fear of people trying to scare it away because the coyote just wants the dog away from the pups. >> young is using gps monitoring to learn where the coyotes spend time. that information allows them to close parts of the presidio near areas they frequent like trails which closed to dogs this month. >> that created a buffer from are where the. s were to where the dogs were and conflict subsided. >> the monitoring shows many of the coyotes leave, like this 1-year-old that was hit by a car and killed on 280 in sunny dale last year. for those who put a $1,000 deposit on a tesla 3, you will soon know when the car will be released. someone asked elon musk when the public would finally learn the date. he responded with a simple tweet. news on sunday.
adele has canceled the two shows left op her world tour because damaged evo cal cords. after struggling this past wednesday and thursday nigtd, a doctor advised her to not perform in london. this comes after hinting to fans her current tour could be her last. she wrote an emotional open letter saying i'm so desperate to do them that i've considered miming just to be with you. but i've never done it and i cannot in a million years do that to you. she says refunds will be offered if the shows can't be rescheduled. now, a weather update. all right, got to love adele. and the fog, which we fonormall see this time of year. we've got the low clouds along the coast and parts of the bay, but clear into some of the valleys and in part of the south bay. we have some windy conditions right now. especially along the coast and your sfo 25 a miles per hour
gusts there, fairfield even gusting up to 31 miles per hour. breezy conditions will stick around and you can see that with the flag blowing here as we look out towards the bay and bay bridge in the background. those gray skies will stick around through the morning hours. san francisco, 52. oakland, 57 and san jose and gilroy at 55 degrees. half moon bay at 53. it's going to stay cool at the coast because of the clouds. from mt. tam, you can see the clouds spilling into the bay. still cool in santa rosa, so that's where we saw 40s this morning. it's 49 there. napa up to 50 degrees. novato, dropped down including fairfield, concord and in livermore, pretty shot here of the golden gate bridge and there will be a lot of traffic this weekend, especially into the fourth of o july. here's what you can expect. we've got the foggy areas with some patch whey drizzle.
still see some nice warm numbers inland then a summer like typical pattern into the fourth of july along the coast into part of the east bay and then you'll notice we are going to see typical pattern where the clouds pulled back only partial clearing. north bay looks good along the coast, but the breeze will be strong in the afternoon and partial clearing. temperatures will range 60 in half moon bay, 64 in san francisco. 68 in oakland for day and upper 80s in fairfield and ant i don't care. wear a comfortable t-shirt and shorts weather in san jose. if you're heading to the marine town fair, t-shirt and shorts weather. lots of sunshine. don't forget the sunscreen. temperatures will be b climbing into the upper 70s by the afternoon then cooling down with
clear skies at 11:00 tonight. lots of activities going on, especially in san francisco. you've got the fillmore jazz festival. traffic will be a problem as well. temperatures hovering near average in the mid-60s today. here's the seven-day forecast. lots of sunshine. but most of us especially along the coast won't see this afternoon. temperatures average, warmer sunday into monday and cooler for the fourth of july. we have a very typical and low clouds during the morning and overnight hours. slightly cooler, midweek before we start to climb back up, possibly into next weekend. so, enjoy the holiday weekend and you kind of know what to expect. if you want the sunshine, if you want the tide, head to the coast. >> goes away for the fireworks. especially in san francisco. >> thank you. just ahead, this feline find inside a car in the second chance
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others. what we're learn iing about his motive. plus, a fiery crash, plane plumeting towards a busy california freeway just seconds after take off. witnesses jumping into action. how the passengers are doing this morning as authorities scramble to figure out what went wrong and finally, a series of recent shark sightings sparking fear from coast to coast. we're going to have the stern warning for beachgoers this weekend. it's all coming uch. we hope to see you soon. your monday commute could be more expensive. ferry prices are going up. it's in the third year of a five-year fare increase. prices are going up about 36%, which translates to five to 40 cents. the scheduled are also changing slightly. on the golden gate ferry, prices are liz as much as 50 cents. golden gate transit bus fares are also going up. more complete list,just go to
our website. time is 6:25. you've heard the phrase your car is purring like a kitten. take a look at this next story from the east bay. a woman found this kitten hide ing in her car's wheel well last week. the kitty was running on the bay bridge and when she pulled over to catch it, it disappeared. she drove to berkeley and discovered the surprise. a frightened, but unininjured kitty is under the car. berkeley animal sflss is now caring for it and it should be up for adoption next week. intimidation tactics. the tv host firing back after president trump's facelift tweets. and the little known ordnance in san jose that will make sure no go
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novato, 48 and mostly 50s in other areas around the bay with warmer spots. this shot is looking towards the trans america tower in downtown san francisco and basically, we've got coastal drizzle possible during the early morning hours. ly sunny by lunchtime. breezy this afternoon. temperatures will range from 50s at the coast upper 50s there to upper 80s inland. i'll have your complete forecast as well as the fourth of july forecast as well. >> thank you. >> in developing news, police in arkansas are investigating a shooting at a nightclub where 17 were hurt. it was around 2:30 local time when somebody began shooting inside the power lounlg inially l rock. all the victims are alive. early reports say the shooting was the result of an argument that started at a concert. there's no word yet on the fate of the shooter. now to the deadly shooting rampage inside a new york
hospital. the gunman opened fire at bronx lebanon hospital yesterday afternoon killing a female doctor and wounding several people before taking his own life. hospital employees evacuated the building while some of the medical staff refused to leave insisting on treating victims inside the hospital. maggie has the latest. >> this is confirmed. shots fired. >> the hospital was put on lockdown. a gunman opening fire inside, shooting and killing at least one doctor and wounding at least six others. >> i saw a doctor, he had like a gun shot wound to his hand. >> police identifying the gunman as a former employee, dr. henry bello and said he smuggled a rifle into the hospital under a white labcoat. >> this weapon -- >> as patients and employees scrambled to take cover. >> barricaded the door and the patients told them to stay in their rooms. >> some doctors and ents stayed behind to help the wounded. >> it appeared to be a doctor.
shot in the stomach. they helped us carry him. >> dozens of officers searching, on the 16th floor, they discovered he started to start a fire. he turned the gun on hichls. he resigned from the hospital two years ago before he was terminated amid sexual harassment allegations. >> that makes it no less tragic or horrible. >> witnesses describe the scene here at this hospital as chaotic and the terrify, but they're also sharing moments of heroism. doctors and nurses staying behind to care for the wounded. now to the explosive fallout from president trump's twitter attack.
the co-hosts of "morning joe" accused of white house of making personal threats and saying trump's tweets, especially those arguments mika brzezinski are continued mistreatment of women. >> inside the oval office -- >> whoa, hey, hey. >> a crush of international reporters in a scrum that nearly knocked a lamp off the table and then trump intervening. >> fellas, be easy. you guys are getting worse. >> the white house hoped a visit from south korea's leader might shift the focus away from the president's latest tweet controversy. instead, once again, his own tweets created a distraction. fierce by partisan backlashed after he attacks mika brzezinski, calling her low iq crazy mika and claimed she was quote bleeding badly from a facelift during a gathering at
mar-a-lago. >> the president's tweet, whether personally aimeded at me, that doesn't bother me one bit. it does worry me about the country. he appears to have a fragile, impetuous child like ego that we've seen over and over again, especially with women. the it's like he can't take i. >> the host also dropped a bombshell of their own. >> we got a call that hey, the national enquirer is going to run a negative story against you guys. >> joe scarborough alleged white house aides said they could make the story go away. the president and the supermarket tabloid's publisher are friends. >> they say they said if you call the president up and you apologize for your coverage, then he won't pick up the phone. and basically spike the story. >> abc news, the white house. president trump used his
weekly address to call for passage of bills designed to toughen immigration enforcement. on thursday, they passed kit's bill, who was shot and killed by an undocumented immigrant two years ago. the bill would increase penalties for criminals who enter the country illegally. >> i now call in the senate to take up these bills and send them back to my desk for signature as soon as possible. we need security. we need safety. in our country. and i call on all members of both parties to stand united with victims to stop these terrible and senseless crimes from every happen ng the first place. >> the other bill would hold federal funds from sangware cities like san francisco. at least 24 states are pushing back or refusing to provide voter data. commission vice chair chris ko back sent a letter to every state asking for voter's names, birth dates and social security
numbers. california was the first state to reject the question. kentucky said alyson grime created this committee based on the false notion that voter fraud is widespread. it's not. and dellbet hoseman also declined. he told the commission to jump in the gulf of mexico. 6:36 is the time. homeless advocates are feeling betrayed after officials announced plans to start cleaning up a downtown san jose park. now, the city is using a well-known ordnance in st. james park catching many by surprise. on this friday afternoon, a group of yo gis practiced poses, but springed throughout, the homeless.
>> i don't have much of an income and i depend on it. >> for some, from dawn to dusk, it's home. >> arguing with your friend, homeless. >> at st. james park, it's about to get even harder. starting in august, faith and community leaders could be cited for handing out food to the homeless without a permit. >> have we really come to that a society to shun those who are in a less fortunate state than we are. and it has broken my heart. >> as a preventative health measure, the city passed an ordnance banning the handing out of food. but now, city officials are reevaluating their stance. >> with regular feed ng the park, we start getting a lot of litter. rodents come along. >> this comes as a new report from santa clara county shows that homelessness is up by 13%. critics of the plan say these
numbers support their decision to serve the homeless and they shouldn't be criminalized for wanting to help. >> it puts the churches in the cross fire. we have our religious duty to serve the poor. that's what jesus said. what you do unto the least, you do to me. >> a community trying to find the right balance as more and more people are pushed out on to the streets. >> the city says it will spend the month of july directing the homeless to off side agencies in the downtown core. still ahead, your chance to meet lori. how you can score a photo with the trophy this weekend. but first, the time is 6:37. we're taking a live look outside from our abc 7 camera. you can see the fog over the financial district this morning. we'll get a check of that full forecast from francis coming up. [ indistinct chatter ] [ intense music playing ] it's here, but it's going by fast. the opportunity of the year is back:
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lighthouse in santa cruz. cool conditions, but temperatures there could reach the 70s later this afternoon. francis breaks down the full forecast for us coming up. in sport, a's and giants are ready to put june behind them as they play their first games of july. san francisco will go for their fifth win this afternoon at pnc park. the a's hope their bats will wake up against the braves. first pitch is also at 1:05. nba free agency began last night and warriors made sure two of their players weren't going anywhere. here's anthony with the details in this morning's sports. >> good morning. steph curry was the most underpaid superstar in all of sports. not anymore. the warriors are about to make him the highest paid player in the nba. espn is reporting that he has agreed to a five-year extension worth $201 million. in the final year, he would be making more than 40 million
bucks. he was making 44 million for the last four seasons. the extension can't be signed until july 6th. he is a two-time league mvp who led the warriors to championships in 2015 and 2017. the warriors are bringing up sean livingston. he's agreed to a $23 million contract. the 31-year-old livingston averaged five points and three assists last season for the warriors. the warriors don't have to worry about paul george going to cleveland. the pacers are trading the all-star for oklahoma city. the pacers will get victor and the se bonus in the deal. the 27-year-old george who averaged 24 points a game last season was planning to opt out of his contract with the pacers next season. the a's were almost on the wrong side of history. there haven't be no hits since 1991 and they were just three outs away before one swing of the bat kept them out of the record books. taking on the braves.
on the hill, third inning, swanson with the double off the wall. takes a 1-0 lead. that was plenty for mark. strikes out ryan with the 95 mile an hour fastball. then bruce max well to end the seventh inning. the braves would get insurance at the top of the ninth. matt kemp with a single to right. phillips scores and takes a 4-0 lead, but watch what happens with the first batter of the night. matt olsen sends it up and out of the yard and that was it for fulton evans. eight innings, one run, one hit with eight strikeouts. the braves beat the a's 3-1. but there was a no-hitter. if giants, a three-game winning streak, first batter of the game, second pitch, goes on a power trip. fifth of the season. 1-0 flash. giants down 3-2. knocks it off, bases loaded
single, so that swings if three. next batter, pence, with a single. two on score, 5-3, giants. they would end five runs in the sixth. then the eighth, belt with his 15th home run of the season. they win it 18-5. have a great weekend, everyone. >> now, a weather update. >> good morning. we're going to start off with live doppler 7. you can see the clouds and fog along the coast. clear though parts of north bay then spilling into parts of the bay as well. but it will pull back later on. here's a pretty shot in san jose where we see bits of blue there. inland sky. temperatures in the 50s. san francisco, 52, okaylaakland. half moon bay at 53 degrees and this time, we're looking for mt. tam. looking at the clouds from the
coast, but we'll see sunshine and lot of it. santa rosa though has dipped down into the 40s during the last few hours. 49 now as well as novato. 48. lots of mid-50s through fairfield, concord and livermore and here's a pretty shot of the golden gate bridge. it is breezy along the coast. foggy areas during the morning with patchy drizzle. cool to warm temperatures this weekend and then a very summer like typical pattern continues all the way through the fourth of july. forecast animation shows you the clouds and the green is the drizzle we can expect during early morning hour, then the clouds will pull back and we'll see the strong breeze that will keep things cool at the coast, but everywhere else, lots of sunshine for you. so temperatures will range from 60 in half moon bay into the 90 sz in some areas like lake port, 91 and in fairfield, upper 80s there. oakland, 68.
san francisco, breezy. 64 degrees in san jose. 78 for your there and 75 in richmond. if you are heading to the beach, grab b a b jacket because with this breezy conditions and lingering cloud, temperatures are doing going to be in the upper 50s to low 60s. santa cruz will warm up to 72 p. and we'll get sunshine. now for the fourth of july, with the typical summer like pattern, that means fog and low clouds in the morning and evening, so here's how it plays out throughout the that day. 10:00 in norng, we have close tall fog. temperatures will start to climb into the 60s in the inland areas. it stays in the near 60s throughout the day. by the afternoon hour, clear inland and for most of the bay area, then the clouds return at night. we will see some fog along the bench coaches and the coast and into parts of the bay, so be keeping track of that breeze, especially if you're watching fireworks in san francisco. that's a dicesy spot, but elsewhere, viewing conditions
look good. here's the seven-day forecast. sunshine this afternoon. temperatures near average. same pattern for tomorrow, but warmer. and that continues into monday. for the fourth of july, temperatures just a touch cooler, but you'll notice you'll see the fog and low clouds in the morning and returning again that evening. slightly cooler midweek before temperatures start to ramp up friday and possibility next weekend. right now, i know this is a week ahead, but it's starting to look like it's going to be a warmer weekend. good to know. thank you. for a generation, vanamberg was the face of nns 7 news. he passed away last week. david lui looks back at his work here at kgo. >> the bay area's most wanted television news team. the channel 7 news gang. >> he started at kgo tv in the
early 1970s. went only by his last name, van amberg, for most of his career. he wasn't just an anchor. he was an institution leading each newscast with his trademark opening. >> good evening, here's what's happening. >> who people turn today when news broke. for nearly two decades, he reported on some of the most notable news events. >> a federal judge revoking any bail for the fugitive. >> to the rise of the black an panthers and killings in jones town. >> these are the first pictures out of guyana. on the increde bable orgy of death that took pras in the people's temperatule. >> days later, broke the news of the assassinations of the san francisco mayor and supervisor, harvey milk. >> it's been seven hours now since the pistol went off and took the lives of the two leaders. >> he wasn't always behind the news desk. he reported on the terror with
which the zodiac killer stalked the bay area and worked to expose the many cults that popped up u in the bay area in the 1970s. i traveled to china with him. we were among the first western journalists allowed to report from inside the communist country. he told stories and corrected with viewers in a way that changed the media landscape. he left abc 7 in 1986. >> now, i'm expected to say good-bye, but i'm not going say good-bye just that i won't be saying hello to you from here anymore. >> he died in his east bay home last thursday. he was 86 years old. david lui, abc 7 news.
welcome back. here are the winning numbers from last night's megamillions drawing. 10. 38. 51. 55. 64 and the meganumber 6. nobody picked all six, so tuesday night's jackpot goes up to $172 million. happening today, a jazz festival that scelebrates the 50th anniversary of the summer of love in san francisco. fillmar street from 10:00 until :00 today and tomorrow, the good times will roll between jackson and eddie. these are scenes from last year's eechbt. the event is billed as the largest jazz faes value on the
fest coast. there will be 12 blocks of music, food and drinks. so so if you're heading out early, how is the weather going to be? >> it will be breezy, temperatures in san francisco will be in the 60s, but if you're heading out for a jog, perfect weather with temperatures in the 50s and breezy conditions at the coast where it will stay in the 60s. half moon bay, 60. san francisco, 64. oakland, 68 and san jose, 78, warmer inland. the seven day forecast shows temperatures will be b near average. we'll see a lot of sunshine this afternoon and check out that summertime pattern with the fog and low clouds repeating on cruise control until the fourth of july, where temperatures will be slightly cooler then cooler midweek before we ramp back up next weekend, so enjoy the sunshine and the warmth this weekend. have sunscreen. >> you're saying santa cruz, numbers in the 70s, right? >> yeah, that will be a perfect place to head to the beach. >> thank you. and thanks to you for joining us
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good morning, america. hospital horror. >> multiple victims shot. >> this morning we are hearing from people who witnessed the rampage at a new york city hospital. a disgruntled doctor opening fire with an assault rifle killing a doctor and wounding six other people before killing himself. panicked patients and staff taking cover. >> we locked every single door in that place. >> the note the doctor sent to a new york city newspaper just hours before his murderous mission. caught on camera, fiery crash. a plane in trouble. >> mayday, mayday. try and make it back to the airport. >> crash landing on a packed california freeway exploding into a fireball. >> plane, holy [ bleep ]. it's a plane. >> reporter: drivers dragging the pilot and passenger from the wreckage. what went wrong? donald