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we have a west wind at about 14 across the golden gate. but visibility is okay for most of us. it is a degree or two warmer because of that blanket of clouds. we'll hold around 60 at the coast today while we hit 73 to 80 at noon. and 80 to 89. so about a degree or two warmer this afternoon. and mid to upper 70s, a very comfortable evening on the way. we'll take a look at the warmer weekend coming up. berkeley is debating the role of police in its community that includes cutting funding to the department and stripping officers of traffic enforcement. issues of race and social justice are something we're particularly focused on here at ac 7. amy hollyfield is live in berkeley with a meeting that believe it or are not only ended a few hours ago. >> reporter: yes, this police department could soon be facing major changes and it wasn't easy getting to that moment because
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that meeting did last until 3:00 this morning. the council voted to support a proposal to cut the police department's budget in half. and the big headline is that part of that proposal would be to cut traffic enforcement from the police department so to not have police pull people over for traffic violations, and this is believed to be that it would be the first city in the nation to make this move. now, this is the first step in creating a city department of transportation and that would allow for unarmed city employees to deal with traffic enforcement. the vote came hours after a public comment session. here is a sample of what was said. >> traffic enforcement does not need to be an armed police concept. >> i support the proposal to cut 50% from the police budget. >> we as brown folk have been crying for help. you guys are not understanding
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that the police do not protect us. >> reporter: the council also voted to support having police stop handling homeless and mental health issues. these decisions will be looked at in november as the budget process begins. reporting live in berkeley, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. by the way, when it comes to issues of social justice and racial equality, we are here to help you find your sally. alley. go to and there is promising news about a vaccine. massachusetts based moderna and the federal government say that the vaccine produced a, quote, rapid and strong immune response in all 45 people tested. phase two trials are under way and phase three which will include 30,000 participants will
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start july 27th. a phase one volunteer who lives in seattle was one of the first two people in the world to get the vaccine. and kate larsen spoke with him. >> it has been a few months since your last vaccine dose. how have you been feel something. >> absolutely normal. the only real side effect i ever had was each morning after each of the two injections, my upper arm where i got the injection was slightly sore. >> moderna says that it is on track to deliver 500 million doses per year possibly 1 billion beginning in 2021. the number of covid-19 cases in the u.s. is continuing to surge though. there are now more than 3.4 million confirmed cases in the country with more than 136,000 people who have died. the cdc director is now predicting that the fall and winter will be one of the most difficult times we've experienced when flu season starts. 23 states are now backtracking reopenings. the country's top infectious
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disease expert dr. fauci says that he hopes that we can achieve herd immunity in the next year to year and a half, but he does worry that the covid-19 pandemic could reach the level of the 1918 spanish flu which killed between 50 and 100 million people around the world. some health experts are concerned about what happens when schools start to reopen next month. gentlemen b sk jobina fortson has more on that. >> good morning, dr. redfield says that masks will be a main factor in the reopening of schools. dr. redfield says that everyone should work together to common ground for reopening in a way that is safe and comfortable with people. he says some students will need home schooling because of medical issues, but the goal is to have face-to-face interaction five days a week. >> face coverings are not a symbol but a very important
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pre-swren differensven preventive intervention. >> and the cdc is presenting options and will release additional resource this is week on how to reopen schools. and some testing shooits wi will be open again today. and 24r6sthere was a lot of dem be open again today. and there was a lot of demand. s line was so long, staff had to turn people away. and the site will be open again today and tomorrow from 10:00-to-4:00. gyms, salon, they will all have to shut down again in santa clara county after they just opened on monday, that is because of the new guidelines set up by the governor. many have been closed for months. they just reopened after the county gave them the okay and now they have to face these
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consequences. >> i can't control that, and hopefully even can just take care of themselves and just be safe so we can open up in the future. >> many of these businesses tell us that they don't know if they can financially make it through another extended closure. and we know these constant closings and reopenings and closings again can be very confusing. so we've made it as easy as possible to figure out what is happening where. this page on our ebb with sigwe you to click every county with all the restrictions and what is allowed. next stop, nowhere. one airline announcing a big decision about international flights. and plus how ready are some people to get into disneyland paris? see what these crowds decided to do at the entrance gates. and here is a look at san jose where it is 59 degrees. there is a southwest wind. normally we have a northwest wind. so we'll have different
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and accessoriesphones for your mobile phone. like this device to increase volume on your cell phone. - ( phone ringing ) - get details on this state program visit right now or call during business hours. 6:09 on a wednesday morning, let's take a look at san francisco where it is cloudy and temperatures range from about 52 to 56 degrees. we have some 60s out there. gorgeous shot from our east bay hills camera. look at the cloud cover infiltrating the east bay valleys. small craft advisory this afternoon, but just a six hour window. do your yard work now before it gets hot this weekend. and pollen is low everywhere. south bay, you are in the 60s
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tlud 10:00. low to mid-80s for several hours this afternoon. a wonderful 72 at 8:00. north bay, are you in the 60s through 10:00 with increasing sunshine. as near 80 and a little breezy this afternoon. east bay valley, sunny and 70. 7 near 90 at 4:00. and down to a comfortable 75 with sunshine this evening. good on the roads. and we'll have a live picture here. we had a couple problems earlier, looks good out there at the toll plaza. a smooth ride for everyone. and i do have a mass transit update. haven't seen this in a while. there is a 10 minute delay between the fruit veil and bay fair stations.
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and this is for trains going in the richmond and daly city directions. there is an equipment problem. and just ahead, three young men being sought for a mail box bombing in the south bay. surveillance pictures police just releasereleased. plus could it be this dog's big break? the talent getting some major traction this morning. and as we head to break, a live lo
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brionna taylor. officers say the arrests came after protesters refused to leave the private property of the top law man daniel cameron. organizers want police officers to face criminal charges for shooting and killing taylor inside her home in march. taylor was an emergency medical technician. tmz is reporting that portia williams was among the 87 people arrested. new information on the death of glee oactress river. it is ruled an accident. her 4-year-old son was found unharmed on the boat that rivera was piloting. and the sheriff says that it appears that she saved her son, put him back into the poet bboa
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unable to save herself. police are looking for three men accused of blowing up a mail box. these photos show two of the suspects and the white suv they were in, possibly an older ford excursion. the third suspect is not pictured. police believe that the suspect in the red shirt recorded the explosion on his cellphone, so if you recognize these people, call gilroy police. australian airline began take us is canceling almost all of its international flights until at least march because of the huge drop in travel. qantas served sfo before suspending many of its flights in the spring. if you had pout a tibought a tiy will give you a refund or travel voucher. they will still fly within australia. disneyland paris is back
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open. people cannot wait to get inside. [ horns honking ] >> okay, people. mickey and minnie as well as their president took part in the reopening ceremony. visitors will see new measures including limits on park capacity, online advanced ticket purchasing, and social distancing requirements. disneyland paris reopens on the same day that that disneyland hong kong is shutting down again after it reopened last month. i went to disneyland paris last year and it was great, so i'm wishing all those cast members a lot of luck today. new at 6:00 a.m., a golden retriever is going viral for his performance of the musical "hamilton." ♪ the video shows the dog named
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kevin in various costumes. this swaus shared was shared on instagram.was shared on instagr. that is great. >> that is cute. the funniest thing is that the dog's name is kevin. i don't know why that baas fwas to me. >> kevin is in drag today. >> he has all the looks. >> wasn't kevin a character in "up"? >> yes. kevin was a girl in "up," right? and so all kinds of gender
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things 240r7k and ithis morninge for it. >> that was funny. love that moment of levity. let's take a look at what is goging o n. i'm finally getting disney plus and hulu. getting the whole thing. let's take a look at what is going on in the east bay hills. an absolutely gorgeous shot. you can see a few high clouds out there. that is some of the mid and upper level moisture that could spark a thunderstorm over tahoe today. the air mass once we reveal the sunshine, just slightly warmer by a couple degrees. high temperatures will orbit average levels with the warmest temperatures this weekend. so you can see the clouds hang around longer than yesterday. and it will cling to the coast like it did yesterday with just some spotty sunshine this afternoon. let's take a look at
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average in the south bay from 81 to 84. up the peninsula, 81 at palo alto. 63 along the peninsula coast. upper 60s in downtown. you can see in pap ink can hcan. and cloverdale northward, low to upper 90s. and along the east bay shore, richmond a breezy 72. everyone else in the mid to upper 70s. 74 in oakland today. and the tri-valley, mid to upper 80s and 90s pittsburg, antioch and brentwood. tonight, it looks a lot like this morning. a lot of cloud cover, mid-50s to low 60s. 7 day forecast, pretty close to the same temperatures tomorrow. a little more humidity and more
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mid level clouds will spark thunderstorms in the sierra. temperatures warm up a degree or two friday. they peak saturday about five to six degrees above average and by tuesday, we're back to average. summer in july no o summer in july. and now let's turn to ginger z zee. >> good morning. great to be with everybody this morning. coming up on gma, exclusive. george goes one-on-one with mary trump and what she wants the country to know about her uncle and her message for him, the president. you will see it only on gma. and also ahead the race for a covid-19 vaccine. the chief medical officer behind a promising new trial is speaking out this morning.
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and a big announcement from dancing with the stars, tyra banks named the brand new host. so she will join us to discuss what we can all look forward to. and big deals and steals event, two days of super savings to help you beat the heat. that is all coming up right here. >> you may have heard that mike still hasn't seen "hamilton," but please tell me that you and the kids have watched it. or at least you have watched it. >> yes, mike, you got to get on it, i have watched it. the kids and ben watched bench warmers while i was doing that. a classic film, not at all. but one of ben's favorites. so they still have yet to see it, but we'll get them on board. >> as long as miles gets to see it, i'm fine. ben can do whatever he is doing on the side. ginger, thanks so much. we'll see you at 7:00. >> thanks. a gorilla street artist
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let's talk about comet neowise. there are some spectacular pictures. after the sunsets, you can see the comet. it is a spectacular sight. foie gras may be reappearing on menus. a federal judge opened a loophole on the state's ban. the ruling says that selling foye grass ie gras does not vio
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law if it is produced outside of the state and delivered by a third party service. california outlawed the production in 2012, many animal rights groups say that the way the animals are fed is cruel. and happening in the east bay, this is it, a long time family owned business having to say good-bye to its customers after 72 years. the owners of miraglio catering say that the covid-19 pandemic is forcing them to shut down for good. they just can't survive. they have catered thousands of weddings and events over the years. they were hoping to turn the business over to their nephew, but at this doesn't n't n't -- it just can't be. and
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they can't wait out the pandemic and it is impossible to keep everybody safe inside such a small restaurant when indoor dining does resume. it sits near the cliff house. and tyra banks is going to be the new host of "dancing with the stars" and will also be executive producer. tyra has already learned the reasons from her rorope oigs fr shows. and she will replace erin andrews and tom bergeron. and banksy took his coronavirus message to the london underground. the well-known man shared this video on instagram. watch as he splashes his latest work on a train as it picks up and drops off passengers through central london. his message?
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i get locked down but i get up again. it didn't last long. transport london called his work unauthorized and it has since been cleaned up. but if it is banksy, shouldn't they just keep it? do you know how much that stuff goes for? >> trendfriend, no. look at that. what is that? >> it is bankbanksy. >> but also -- what exactly? >> he has that rat. >> huh? no. anyway, next at 6:30 -- >> overnight, almost 200 new covid-19 cases and three new deaths. we're that's correct several south bay school districts are putting a pause on resuming in-pin instructiin in-person instruction for the fall. plus president trump makes a
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and keep it golden. it doesn't seem to be getting better but worse. >> the reality of expecting a student to stay 6 feet apart to wear a mask or wash their hands, that is nonsensical. >> the cost of keeping our kids safe at school. some say covid-19 dangers are just too much. others have some ideas on how bay area students can return this fall. and plus the abc news
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exclusive, the sneak peek of mary trump's one-on-one ahead of "good morning america." as president trump makes a new claim on race in america. and say hello to hey, baby, the new tinder-like dating app with a slight twist. actually not so slight. >> i just like to hear you read the story, friend. >> hey, baby. >> good morning, it is a wednesday, july 15th. we're halfway through the week and what is in store for our forecast today? >> more cloud cover this morning and a little milder conditions.g yep, it is tax day. you can see the gray cover in a lot of the bay area. even more sore that the last couple days. and you can see that it is hovering above our bridges, so most of us not having to worry
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about a reduction in visibility. by the afternoon, clouds are back to the coast, but they do reveal a few 90s around antioch and up around yucaipa. 70s around the bay. and mid to upper 60s for our coast and san francisco communities. we'll take a look at the warmer weekend coming up. and we have breaking news from the city, pg&e is investigating a power outage impacting thousands of people. you can see the area in orange on this map. right now about 4,000 customers are impacted. they don't have an estimated time when the lights will be back on. and we know plans for the school year are important to you. so that is why education is one of the five key areas that we are focusing on. in the south bay, it looks like it will be distanc learning when students start in the fall.
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and juliewel glovulian glover i what several districts are beginning to do. all right a. >> reporter: and many are make the tough decision that online education is how things will start off in the fall. for many, this is a bit of a pivot. take the gilroy school district for example, they originally planned to bringing students back to the classroom, but again they changed their plans after the superintendent confirmed that positive covid cases have been found within the school community already. >> number one priority is the health and safety of our students. that is a higher priority than actual academics.
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and it is the highest priority of our staff who are in the trench oies with the students. >> reporter: berryessa union school district also considering that phase-in approach. new haven and also the is san leandro district both announcing that the new school year will begin with 100% virtual instruction. as one superintendent put it, the only certainty right now is uncertain uncertainty. many of these districts also acknowledging that additional guidance could be coming from so that could force them to perhaps shift their thinking again. but as it stands right now, many classrooms in the south bay will be online only at the start of the fall school year. julian glover, abc 7 news. we expect to hear from tony thurman later this morning as more school districts make their plans for the upcoming school
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year. we've learned that is san leand will begin the school year with distanced learning. the district will plan for a return to in-person learning if public health conditions allow. and new haven and mt. diablo also just are confirmed that they will start the school year with verge auguirtual learning. head of the cdc is now saying that the pandemic could be controlled within one to two months for everyone would wear a mask. dr. redfield that masks combined with hand washing and social distancing are the most effective weapon we have against the novel coronavirus. dr. redfield stressed the measures during a chat with jama. this comes as they are reporting that there is growing evidence that wearing face coverings really works. and napa county is cracking down on people who aren't wearing face coverings, including anyone breaking laws that are related to covid-19. people who hold gatherings, walk
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outside without a mask, could face a fine. and businesses could also be fined if they are not enforcing the laws. fr california is changing its testing policies. people with symptoms or have been exposed will get priority. >> and ensuring that our guidelines not only say who needs to be tested but gives some guidance to labs on which specimens to process first. >> and this new rule kind of moves away from theso administration's plans for everyone to be tested. the doctor says that the state is averaging $100,000 tests a day but the turnaround time for results is slowing because of the national spike. alameda countrity is asking for permission to continue outdoor dining.y is asking for
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permission to continue outdoor dining. officials in livermore, hayward and dublin and oakland have refused to enforce the shutdown order. >> the people's lives are at stake. but where the frustration is with the businesses, their livelihoods are at stake. so this is why we allowed -- or why the state has allowed outdoor dining. >> allege tod super virsz ovisors are asking sacramento for a variance to keep them open. and that even includes the oakland zoo. starbucks now requiring customers to wear a mask at all of its stores in the u.s. if a customer refuses in a place where there is not a mask mandate, they will have to use the drive-thru or do curbside pickup or delivery.
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at the live desk, president trump grew defensive when asked about a police shooting and killing black americans. here is his response to that question. >> why are african-americans still dying at the hands of law enforcement in this country? >> so are white people. what a terrible question to ask. more white people by the way. more white people. >> the president's response d w criticism. it did not include context and rejected the fact that black people suffer disrow procee disproportiona disproportionately. black americans are three times more likely to be killed by
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police when comparing that to white americans. happening today busted president trump will visit plant and he is expected to finalize a rollback to a long standing law. he wants to speed up energy projects including pipelines. and that will call for changes to the 1970 act that requires environmental reviews of projects. opponents believe that changing the law will hurt soil, air and water quality. people are very angry, they are demanding big change. >> we'll have to see what that is and as well as the coronavirus updates. that is live at 11:30 today. and now updates on the state
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of b.a.r.t. and caltrans and a check on traffic. >> yes, we'll start with the traffic updates because i do have a crash that i'm following in berkeley. we'll get right for the maps. this is going to be westbound 80 just before ashbyp multip. multiple cars have involved and the backup is beginning. so we'll move over to the camera here showing you emeryville, because it looks like there is a patch of a backup there as well. so you can see it is very heavy in that portion as people continue to make their way westbound. and i do have some caltrans and b.a.r.t. updates. caltrans oig says it might be forced to shut down after supervisors refused to butt a sales tax on the november ballot. some leaders want a grargreatern
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how they are governed. rider ship has fallen 95% since the covid-19 pandemic began about an and b.a.r.t. expects to lose $975 million over the next three years could ydue to the p. leaders urged federal officials for $36 billion in emergency funding. the "chronicle" reports keeping b.a.r.t. running is a social justice and equity issue when it comes to serving people who can't afford to own a car. now let's check in with mike nicco. that is some tough news. stuff you don't think about if you are not taking it or just sheltering in place.
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let's talk about what is going on weather-wise. it is 50 in napa, 60 in be# berryessa. and brentwood, 61. most of us in the mid to upper 50s. there will still be some breezes this afternoon, but about a six hour window. and that is when it will also be choppy on the bay. jacket this morning, but not so much this afternoon. we'll jump from 58 and cloudy to sunshine this afterno sunshine by noon away from the coast. and east bay, we'll be in the 70s this afternoon. and a cool 65 at 8:00. peninsula, 73 at noon, near 80
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at 44:00. and we'll take a look at warmer weekend temperatures when we come back. berkeley's big vision for the future of its police force, what the city just changed for its officers while you were sleeping. and a live look at the big board of the new york stock exchange. we're up about 300 points. and stories to inspire you, one very young, and one old. how they are both marking huge milestones in their own right. did i just call her old? doesn't seem right. >> seasoned. >> seasoned. she is a senior. that's right. but first, the give where live food drive will air this saturday at 7:00 p.m. it goes behind the scenes of food banks to discover how they are meeting the growing demands of feeding families and children. you can also learn how you can
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during business hours. keeping an eye on the marine layer and the breezes that are coming off the ocean. both of them -- one of them increasing, one decreasing. the breeze is not as fast, so starting off a little milder this morning because of cloud cover. the fire danger is mainly tomorrow up in the sierra. and lightning strikes could spark some fires. it will be warmer also in the central valley. 100 fresno. and only 69 in monterey. issues of race and social
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justice are something that we are particularly focused on here at abc 7. in berkeley, changes are coming. the city council approved a police reform measure just before 3:00 this morning. and amy hollyfield is live in berkeley with more on that. >> reporter: yeah, the city of berkeley has taken a step forward toward the goal of cutting the police department's budget in half. and it took a while to get there, that vote didn't come until 3:00 this morning. it was a long meeting. the city council votes in favor of a proposal to cut the police budget bring 50%. and to create a new department for traffic enforcement. so instead of having police pull people over for traffic violations, it called for unarmed city employees to handle traffic stops. berkeley city counciled listened to several hours of public comment. and we have a sample for you.
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>> traffic enforcement does not need to be an armed police could be september. >> i support the proposal to cut 50% from the polibudget. >> we as brown folk are crying for help. you are not understanding that the police do not protect us. >> reporter: the city will not work to create a pilot program for changing traffic enforcement. the council also voted in support of pulling police from dealing with homeless people and mental health issues. it will be discussed again in november. amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. contra costa district attorney says that she has had death threats. she alerted police after receiving a barrage of threats.
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two people you see here, they are facing misdemeanor charges after police say they damaged a mural which has now been restored. and now to the abc news exclusive, an interview with president trump's niece out with a scathing new book about her uncle and family. and sgroe bjobina fortson has m. yes, another you been kell involved here, the president's younger brother robert, went to court to block the book and mary trump from speaking about it. but that did not happen. abc sat down with her. she told george about seeing president trump in the oval office four months in to his presidency, telling him don't let them get you down. >> he already seemed very
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strained by the pressures. i didn't mean i want you to keep doing what you're doing and get away with it, but also so much of what has happened since then hasn't yet happened. and i thought his response was actually more enlightening than my statement. and he said they won't get me. and so far, it looks like he is right. >> and if you were in the oval office today, what would you say to him? >> resign. >> you can watch more of the interview coming up at 7:00 on gma. now to your morning money report. a new offering is meant for cash strapped school systems, it was through a partner sh ship of mi
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that. the bat r it only costs $300. and another side effect of the resurgence of coronavirus cases. u.s. carmakers now say that workers are increasingly calling out sick because they are concerned about covid-19. gm and ford both say it is eegt in their capacity to build new vehicles. those companies have had to cut back on the number of people on the assembly line to deal with the call-ins. and right now taking a live look at the new york stock exchange, trading is under way. we are up about 315 points. sfla and the and there is a new dating a app called hey baby. the app is for those who either already have kids or want kids. hey baby says that the app indicators to decent human beings who are tired of the
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dati dating game and are ready to start a family. and it offers tips including how to tell your kids that you are on a dating site. if that is the niche you're look for, good. have you already stole my idea? >> you need to get that together right after the shoshow. >> and my idea is for no baby, the people who want to keep child free in their lives. >> there is a market for everything. let's get an app. >> someone is stealing it right now, i can feel it my bones. >> sorry, reggie. you go get on the phones and start working on that. you can see the clouds, but for the most part, grab the sunglasses. slowed sunshine today, but minor warming especially around the bay and inland neighborhoods.
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similar temperatures tomorrow morning. and today watch the cloud cover slowly melt away. we normally have a prevailing northwest wind, but today a south to southwest wind and that is why places like the north bay and happ half moon bay, you will have cloud cover longer than the rest of us. south bay, low to mid-80s. and santa cruz, only 66. mid-70s to low 80s on the peninsula. 67 in downtown san francisco today. 70s for pets lieu pet lieu in a, 23457 pa. and yucaipa, around 100. richmond, 72.
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tonight there will be comfortable sleeping temperature in the mid-50s to low 60s. mre of the same tomorrow. maybe a little more humid as we watch mid level clouds roll in, that will bring the thunderstorms and high fire danger to the sierrasierra. warmest day is saturday. and i'm getting all the bae baby in babies this morning. and in stanford, there were four sets of twins in just 32 hours. it has been a twin marathon. and this all started june 29th. and it includes identical sisters and brothers. the staff says that this is the largest number of twins that the hospital has ever cared for at once. and someone who is better at math than me calculated the odds
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of having four sets like this, and it is about one in a million. congrats to all of the parents. and most people dream about retiring when they are 65 or even earlier. but we are about to meet a woman who is still working 35 years after what a lot of people call traditional retirement age. this is may lee, she is 100 years old and she is working as a financial analyst for the department of general are services. she is california's oldest and longest tenured state employee. the state first hired lee 77 years ago in 1943. >> i've been standing since 1970. so that is the last 50 years i've been standing. >> she wants to express don't focus on the negative, try to always look for the positive. >> that is a lot of time standing up. but she has worked under ten governors and played a role in
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changing california's constitution, eliminathi elimin on chinese people working for state government. yes, she did that. >> come on, may lee. i wish i knew the secret. like what is the secret to her success and is the secret the h2o sea salt body lotion that i put on my hands every day. >> she probably has her self care routine. we couldn't kn don't know what it is, but she has it. with the friend is the key. >> that is the key, friend.
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number one, early this morning the berkeley city council approved the first step of a police reform measure. the plan approved unarmed traffic enforcement and the
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of poeblgtd of defunding the police department. and all 45 people in a trial developed covid-19 anti-doedbbo. and new testing sites are open again today. you don't need an appointment or a referal. and number four, school districts in the south bay say distance learning will likely lead the upcoming school year because of safety concerns. and number five, slightly warmer temperatures once the sun breaks out this afternoon. 60s at the coast, 70s around the bay and 80s inland. and number six, we're taking a live look in emeryville. traffic is going to be slow, it is backed up to el cerrito due to an earlier crash. and number seven, today is the deadline to file your taxes. it is postponed from april because of the pandemic. if you do need more time, the deadline to submit an extension
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is also today good morning, america. abc news exclusive, the president's niece, mary trump, one-on-one, her explosive new memoir. what she wants the country to know about her uncle. >> he is utterly incapable of leading this country and it's dangerous to allow him to do so. >> what she told him in the oval office shortly after his election. what she would tell him now. if you're in the oval office today what would you say to him? >> resign. >> her allegation he cheated on the s.a.t. >> i can certainly say with 100% certainty that i was told this story by a source very close to donald. >> and the dysfunctional family dynamic she describes, saying


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