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different stores in the bay area. >> good morning, we made to friday, it is sxrjuly 31. >> wow, and also happy black is king day now streaming at disney plus. >> that's a holiday. >> thank you. >> i can't wait. >> something new out? yes. mike nicco is standing by to tell beyonce forecast is for today. >> it is fabulous, bold, beautiful. i don't know, i can't wait to hear you guys talk about that. let's talk about what is going on, 30-mile-per-hour winds in fairfield, the rest of us lighter, but we always show that to give you an idea just how strong the seabreeze is and the clouds that it dragged in. we're looking from the explore or yum at pier 15, possible to get some mist. waking up to mid to upper 50s as usual. breezes everywhere this afternoon.
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and temperatures 60 at the coast, 77 around the bay, 86 inland. 90s in the east bay valleys. a nice evening coming up with 70s and 80s by by 8:00, 50s, 60s and 70s. at the live desk, i'm following a deadly accident in southern california involving nearly a dozen marines, one has been killed, two have been seriously injured and eight are currently missing right now. it happened just before 6:00 last night off the coast of is an clemente island. right now it is being described as a mishap with an assaults amphibious vehicle. the navy and coast guard are helping with the ongoing search and rescue efforts. san francisco is taking new steps to prepare for a worst case scenario. the city has transformed a
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buildingesidio care facility. there have been 1,000 cases in just ten days, and we're seeing a new peak in hospitalizations. abc 7 news reporter amy hollyfield is live with the concerns about the hospital capacity and the new surge. >> reporter: yeah, if you were wondering how concerned officials are about the covid cases here in san francisco, you are looking at it. these warehouse buildings here in the presidio have been turned into field hospitals to help deal with the surge. so they have added extra beds to make room for covid patients in the hospitals. right now they have 107 covid patients in the hospital in san francisco. health officials say at the current rate, they could have more than 750 in the hospital by mid october. so this temporary medical facility has been created, it is
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not for covid patients, they will treat other issues here to open up space in the hospitals. >> it is not a drop-in acute care site, testing location or shelter. so don't visit this location for any of those services. >> reporter: right now they can treat 20 people here at this makeshift hospital, but the plan is to eventually have room for 93 patients. right now the city's hospitals are not overrun. they do have room for everyone. and it could stay that way. officials say if everyone would did their part, wear their masks and don't gather with people outside of your home. they say that could really help stop -- or slow the spread. but if it does continue to spread, they now have these extra beds here in the presidio. amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. coronavirus outbreaks are being reported at several shoit
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bay doss compacostco stores. this map shows you where they are. you can see mountain view, gilroy. and we're hearing from the public's health department. here is amanda del castillo. >> reporter: clusters. >> reporter:ed at four costco locations. public health additionals xwinixwi defining a cluster with a work site of more than three covid-19 cases. >> and the way that we get these reported, if you are a working there, you get tested on your own for the most part, youn po yrosiv c to your employer who then reports to us. >> reporter: covid-19 testing officer says by thursday the mountain view location reported four positive cases. the sunnyvale location reported 13. in san jose, on center road, there were eight cases of
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covid-19 there. and in gilroy, six employees tested positive for the virus. according to the doctor, investigations by the county found infected employees likely caught the virus outside the workplace. >> the initial investigation shows that most likely it was not inside the store, but we're still investigating and we'll have a final determine nation later on. >> reporter: he says investigations show these locations are meeting county health standards. customers can continue shopping safely. >> remember that when you do go shopping, wear your mask always when you go in and leave it on until you leave and get back in your car. >> reporter: we reached out to costco but have not heard back. amanda o ma amanda del castillo, abc 7 news. at the live desk, hong kong
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is putting its highly anticipated election on hold because of the coronavirus pandemic. we're learning that the emergency delay follows months of protests, pro democracy activists accuse the communist government of redistristriktcti freedom. there are 12 running in the upcoming election. this is a set back for the opposition which has been hoping to capitalize on the recent unrest. pro democracy lawmakers say the chinese government is using the pandemic as an excuse to delay elections. dr. fauci will testify before a house subcommittee today to talk about the nation's surging coronavirus cases. dr. redfield and the assistant director for health and human services will also join him. it will be dr. fauci's first testimony before congress since june 30th.
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house democrats say that they will examine urgent need for a national comprehensive plan to address the pandemic. san francisco's oldest restaurant will close its doors temporarily today. it has been open for 171 years. a federal ppe loan has been able to keep them afloat since the pandemic, the owners poeed that posted that they will suspend operations until they can open for indoor dining. and today you will see pretty of the same as we've seen all week. the small craft advisory will start at 2:00 instead of 3:00. how about warmer temperatures barely if you will be out exercising. at the beaches, we'll have cloudy condition, maybe a touch of sunshine, definitely breezy there. let's take a look at our microclimates, and on the peninsula, pretty cloudy through 8:00. still in the 60s at 10:00. but 71 at noon. and then mid and upper 70s for
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the rest of the afternoon hours. and a breezy 69 at 8:00. let's take a look at possibly some warmer weather, we'll go down to the south bay, and you can see that, sunshine and 67 by 10:00. 74 at noon. we'll hang out in the low to mid-80s for a couple hours this afternoon. and a real refreshing 71 and sunshine as we head into the evening hours. and our warm spots will be the east bay valleys, it will be around 65 at 8:00 with limited cloud cover. you will reach 80 by noon and low 90s for several hours this afternoon. and still hanging out in the upper 70s to near 80 by the time we get to 8:00. good morning, everyone. friday morning commute is looking good. no major blocking issues this morning. we'll show the san mateo bridge there are we have a high wind advisory. and we also have a high wind
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advisory through the al tatamon pass and a fog advisory for the golden gate bridge. moving in to the drive times, and yok to h antioch to hercules, 26 minutes. highway 4 to the maze, 16 minutes. and highway 85 to the san jose airport, 7 minutes. coming up next, the 7 things to know. and also the search for the person who stole 100 laptops from a school. plus nba inside the bubble. the basketball season picks up right where it
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if you are just joining us, here are the 7 things to know this morning. nmber one, one marine is dead and eight are missing after an accident near san clemente island off the coast. the details haven't been released. and number two, a $600 per
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week unemployment benefit expires today. senate republicans made a last minute attempt to extend payments but at just $200, democrats rejected it calling it a callus political move. number three, a building in san francisco's presidio has been turn nd toed facility to care for patients sfloop a patients. and doctor fauci will be testifying before congress today. and here is a look at your weekend forecast. for most of us, the temperatures climb a couple degrees each and every day, a little bit above average by sunday. and number six, we have a fog advisory issued at the golden gate bridge and we'll give you now a live look at emeryville, 80 is looking good this morning. no major slow downs across the bay area this morning, but it is
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busy. >> and number seven, apple's next iphone has been delayed. cnet says that the fall's release will take place a few weeks later than usual because of the pandemic. and the search is on for the person who stole 100 laptops from a bay area school. it happened early tuesday morning at st. thomas the apostle school. j.r. stone has the surveillance video. >> reporter: this is surveillance video showing a burglar who had just broken into st. thomas the apostle school where he stole 100 computers. >> we offer our children these computers if they don't have any at home. so it was really painful to see that. >> reporter: and painful to see it just weeks before distance learning is set to start. school employees say the man busted in through the girl's bathroom window, ransacked a number of rooms and eventually made his way to the second floor. the computers were locked in
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this cart, that lock was broken when the cart was pushed down the stairs. >> busted it open and he basically boxed all the stuff and headed out. >> reporter: and the man took his time inside, dwrarank an ore juice, left pop sickles on the floor and candy rappers. >> it seems that they were also looking for money and in the faculty room, there were more pop sic pop sick bl poples. >> if they really needed something, they could have knocked on the school door and i would have helped them out. >> reporter: going forward, the principal tells me they are looking at additional security measures to make sure that this doesn't happen again. in san francisco, j.r. stone, abc 7 news.
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>> that is terrible. a new study finds that children carry as much or even more coronavirus compared with adults. the small study in chicago found that children under five could carry 10 to 100 times more virus particles. and this raises concern about whether young kids may be able to spread the virus just as easily as adults. >> reasonable assumption that they would be able to transmit the virus. >> so they are the not immune? >> no, i mean they have virus in their nasal pharynx, which means they could very well transmit it. >> experts do say though more studies are needed. and in "first look," a colorado teacher is getting a lot of attention after posting video of her socially distanced classroom. here is diane macedo. >> reporter: in this morning's "gma first look," teaching in the pandemic. >> here are my desks spaced out
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3 feet apart. >> reporter: this colorado teacher katie o'connor just wanted to show what her classroom will look like when students return in two weeks. >> i think that we're all just struggling because in what world is this an elementary school classroom? >> reporter: now the video has been viewed over 4 million times. >> this is so crazy to me. >> reporter: but o'connor says it is about more than just a classroom. >> it is not something that i feel like is really being talked about with the new normal of schools. i just wanted to be honest with people and show the new reality. >> reporter: we'll have much more of our interview and what every parent needs to know coming up at 8:00 a.m. with your g gma "first look," i'm diane macedo. six more nba games are set today in the orlando bubble. last night players showed
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support for social and racial justice. ♪ o say can you see >> every player on the lakers and childrens and earlier on the pelicans and jazz kneeled in unison during the national anthem wearing "black lives matter" shirts. new orleans store zion willi williamson had the word peace on the back of his jersey. and there were virtual fans in the stands, coaches you will notice there you see them are no longer required to wear suits and referees now use whistle covers. the nba suspended all games back in march when rudy y positive. but the season picked up right where they left off because gobert happened to score the first basket last night. who knew that was going to happen. >> the fans in the stands is very interesting.
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>> i didn't expect to look like that. >> i thought it looked kind of cool. >> it does actually. >> it looked a little better in an when they were trying to show the wave in some of the baseball games over the weekend. the virtual fans in the stand, didn't come across as good as what we saw last night. so kudos to them. >> they had virtual stands doing the virtual wave? >> yes. i just happened to be wearing -- it was -- was it the dodgers/giants? i don't know. it was at the dodgers stadium and i happened to be watching. they tried. they can get it better. we're still watching. let's take a look at the weather. in the south bay, it is cloudy and about 61 in san jose as we're looking north from the shark tank. more breezes, more of us will feel the refreshing breezes today, but still a slightly warmer air mass is trying to roll into our neighborhoods. the steady conditions will continue overnight.
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and after that little bit of a warm-up this weekend, we'll be breezy and below average with a chance of drizzle a couple mornings next week and that will lead to cooler afternoons. so we should see faster sunshine today, you can tistill see thatt will be brighter than it has the last couple days at noon. and it looks likes clouds will make a little slower attempt to return during the evening hours. morgan hill, 93. and santa cruz, about 73 today. mid to upper 70s for most of the peninsula. millbrae the cool spot at 72. 62 to 64 along the peninsla coast. upper 60s for downtown, south san francisco and sausalito at 72. low to mid-80s through most of the north bay, same place we'll have the 90s, you could iyucaipa, low 90s. and we'll have upper 80s through
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the tri-valley, and low to mid-90s out highway 4 in the east bay valleys. 52 to 62 santa rosa to antioch, that is your spread tonight. my accuweather 7 day forecast, a couple degrees warmer tomorrow, we'll stay just a touch above average. and then look at the breezes dropping us into the 60s, 70s and 80s tuesday, wednesday and thursday. and congressman john lewis has been laid to rest in in atlanta. ♪ he spent his entire life fighting not just for the, for the rights of all people who suffered social injustices. lewis played a role in the passage of the voting rights act in 1965 and he fought for equality for lgbtq a a
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udba pai tribute t life and gan lewi fg father of that fuller, fairer, better america. >> i remember that part. former presidents george w. bush, bill clinton also spoke. jimmy carter didn't attend but wrote his words of condolences in a letter that was read. president trump was not in attendance. the beehive is buzzing this morning. beyonce's new visual album black is king dropped overnight on disney plus. ♪ >> you were formed by the heat of the galaxy. s go a thing t be. it is good. beyonce says it was truly a journey to bring this to life. she worked with a diverse group
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of directors and actors to reimagine the story of the lion king. she hopes that it shifts the global perception of the word black. she says black is king means black is regal and rich in history in purpose and lineage. gma will have much more on the visual album including the superstar appearances and how her daughter stole the show. disney is the parent company of abc 7. you know i had to get a little sneak peek. >> you did, what did you see? >> i couldn't handling the fact that it was out and i wasn't able to view it. so i just watched one of the songs. i don't know what was happening. i'll have to watch it at least five more times and i'm here for it. >> so friend, is it like a visual album, so it is just like videos gonk along with aing alo songs? how long, is it an hour, is it -- >> i actually don't know how long. i was just viewing the one clip that she put on her instagram.
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so i'll have to see how long it is. >> i thought you woke up early and went on disney plus and tried to look at it. i was going to say yes, friend, i should try to do this too. >> no. that is what i should have done. if i were a true fan. >> a real fan. already seen the whole thing. >> that's right. well, the iconic san francisco hotel we'll tell you about that is considering a name change. also, workout with whatever you got. a trainer shows us some common household things that you book two separate qualifying stays and earn a free night. the open road is open again. and wherever you're headed, choice hotels is there. book direct at
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coming up on 5:25 on friday. i wanted to show you up near the arctic circle, fort good hope canada, 88 degrees today. arctic circle, 88 degrees. yeah, that is a little warmer then it should be just to give you an idea of how climate change is faktiaffecting the se surface and the ice. that is pretty scary because that is the earth he'd a's air
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conditioning. hurricane isaias is heading towards florida and possibly the southeast. flooding conditions and dangerous surf likely. a landmark hotel is-ing changing its name because of criticism of the legacy of its name sake sir francis drake. many locals and tourists notice it because of the bell man and their costumes. its operator is currently considering renaming and rebr d rebranding the drake. sir fwran sis drarancis drake w prominent slavewn ding s > dotr nature appently ishr in this pandemic. at this, appear to be happier this year because shipping has dropped in the atlantic. its mating season for the whales
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right now and researchers plan to do studies to see how well the whales are doing in their much quieter environment. i love it. >> that does bring me some joy. >> doesn't it? >> yeah, i'm happy for them. stuff is real bad for uts, but the humpbacks are doing their thing. >> it is their time. and we're coming back with another full 90 minute of news including coca-cola is bringing back a type of drink that it hasn't sold in the u.s. in decades. and also this morning, what we're learning about a late night officer-involved shooting at a pharmacy in the east bay. and today was the deadline to for dock to figucongress to deal to extend the unplouchlt be
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an overnight fire near fisherman's war o wharf. we talked to a man who rushed in. and it has been a lifeline, but the $600 a week in unemployment is disappearing today. what comes next? every bay area county now on the state's coronavirus watch list. the major challenges they face to get off. also this morning, a bear caught digging through the trash, but it is what the animal was doing right before this that is getting a lot of attention this morning. good morning to you on this friday, july 31. >> and good morning to the animals. >> especially them. >> also, mike, let's check in with you for our friday forecast. what is it looking like today? >> it is looking very summer like. we have a little bit of everything, sunshine and warmth inland, clouds and cool conditions and breezy at the
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coast. you can see that the cloud deck is just off the surface, so hopefully that will continue. here is a look at the afternoon, mid to upper 60s for half moon bay and san francisco. 70 to 79 around the bay. mid-80s in the south bay. lowe to mid-80s low to mid-80s in the north bay and 90s in the east bay valleys. we'll take a look at the weekend forecast coming up. a fire raced through an apartment building this morning. they rescued one person and they are being treated at a hospital. and here is a live look at the scene right now. we just learned that one man rushed to the building to check on his grandmother who lives there. he believes an arsonist started
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the fire. >> there was a carport underneath with a vehicle that was set on fire on purpose that caused the flames to go as quickly up into there-of and the building is all wood, all shingle, there is no metal. >> fire officials say that they are still investigating the cause. they haven't said whether it was arson. berkeley list are investigating an officer-involved shooting that happened last night at a cvs. a place officer was trying to detain several suspects in the parking lot. >> she was in the area and she encountered this in progress. and the store trying to prevent it. and an officer-involved shooting occurred. >> investigators don't know if anyone was shot or injured. the suspects jumped in awaiting car and they took off. standard procedure, the office has been placed on paid
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administrative leave while the police department and district attorney's office investigate. a big part of abc 7's commitment to building a better bay area focused on help for people who have lost their jobs because of the pandemic. today millions of people are losing a major federal benefit that they depend on to survive. julian glover is live with how they are caught in the middle of a political battle. >> reporter: republicans are pushing too cut the $600 weekly benefit to just $200. democrats trying to keep it the same, but neither will happen. the senate left washington on thursday and that money expires today. a lot of americans all across the country are really depending on this help. we're talking about 1.4 million people who filed for unemployment just last week as those emergency benefit checks for 30 million americans again are set to expire today.
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both parties do agree another stimulus plan is needed but of course they are disagreeing on how big the package should be. >> we think it 1450 should be cd in a way that it does not pay people more to stay home. >> we got here because our republican colleagues couldn't have their act together. and now they are worried. but instead of being serious in netiat a republicans pushing for a much smaller $2 trillion plan. see a plan passed, but than 100 many republicans can't even agree on what should be in that plan. of course americans though will start feeling the effects very soon when those checks don't show up next week. julian glover, abc 7 news.
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>> here is a look at your latest confirmed cases in the bay area. we're over 51,500, but they also include people who tested positive and have recovered. alameda county continues to have the most cases now over 11,000. and it reported 72 new cases yesterday alone. contra costa county reporting 7 more people have died, that is the highest one day total. and that pushed the number of local covid-19 deaths in the bay area to 808. san francisco is opening a new emergency hospital site because of a surge in coronavirus cases. and there have been 1,000 new cases in just ten days. 107 covid patients are in hospitals right now, the most since the pandemic started. the facility will be at the presidio and able to handle 93 people if necessary. health leaders want to be ready if they cannot slow the surge of cases. new questions this morning about the state's coronavirus watch list. some county officials say
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getting off the list isn't just complicated, it is nearly impossible. every bay area county is now on that list with san mateo being the last county to be added earlier are this week. solano was the first on the list june 29th. getting on the list means a county failed to meet just one of the state's six indicators related to new cases, hospitalizations and hospital capacity. to get off the watch list, a county has to be within the threshold for all metrics for three days. it is possible that our county remain on the watch list for a very long time because we aren't going to be able to change those behaviors adequately to reduce the number of. >> and even after meeting all the state's requirements, it is possible that the county would have to reapply for a new variance. now, that adds new hoops to jump through and that would have to do all that before getting the demean light to reopen. we are tracking every county in
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california to see whether it has made the state's watch list and how long it has been there. you can check it out by going to our interactive map at this morning dr. fauci and other health experts are set to te testify about the need for a national strategy. >> nearly 43.5 billion american have test the positive for the coronavirus. florida had its trdecor deaths,g sites are closing through the weekend as a hurricane approaches the state. california, north carolina and texas hit record daily deaths this week, but dr. fauci says he doesn't think the country needs
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another lock down. >> we need to put out all the stops to get it down to baseline and keep it there by goings things that we've been talking about and i've been talking about consistently. >> there is a new grim warning from the association of american medical colleges saying if the nation doesn't change its course and soon, deaths could be well into the multiple hundreds of thousands. fema is saying indications are down an average of 3%. painting over the past, coming up, the demand for change in the north bay sparked by a controversial figure from history. and making evacuation plan during the pandemic, the advice from one doctor if you have to mix with another family because of a wildfire. but first, let's get back mike nicco. >> interesting to think about that, have the foresight. we'll start in the south bay, welcome to friday.
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it is cloudy with 58 to 61 our spread. it is a little cooler in the hills, 56. mid-50s for near 60 everywhere. nothing really changing during the overnight hours. clouds are not quite into the east bay valleys yet. be c emeryville, 56 right now. cloudy to sunny, that is your mass trance it commute. it will be breezy about an hour quicker today. and the breezes will touch all of the bay, even south of the bay bridge. that is different. here is a look at san francisco where it looks like we'll try to squeeze out a little more sunshine, we're in the 50s through 10:00. mid to upper 60s for several hour this is afternoon. for the north bay, clouds y and6 at 8:00. a sunny 75 at noon.
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70s. and east bay, we'll be in the mid-70s and sunshine this afternoon. and 66 at 8:00. we'll take a look at the weekend forecast coming up. let's take ali look at the commute. is it friday light? >> for the most part, it is. but there are a couple spots that are slowing down. we have an advisory for the altamont pass. and let's show you emeryville. it is a bit busy for people making their way westbound there. there was a slowdown but it has cleared, there was a crash on westbound 80 basically at the 880 connect tore there. so that has cleared, and things should be able to pick back up shortly.or there. so that has cleared, and things should be able to pick back up shortly.
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i'm tracking hurricane isaias headed toward the east coast. powerful waves are battering the shoreline in the dominican republic. it is expected to reach the central bahamas later today and move near southern florida tomorrow. isaias could impact parts of the bahamas devastated by hurricane dorian last year. puerto rico and the bahamas just can't get a break. here is the latest, 80-mile-per-hour winds and along with the flooding rains, it is right around matthewtown in the southern bahamas. they had gusts up to 60 miles per hour just within the last hour. i'll show you the forecast track and what to expect coming up in
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about 20 minutes. let's get back home and mid to upper 50s with cloudy conditions everywhere but the east bay valleys at 7:00. a little breezier today, but still temperatures will climb up to seasonal levels. even a few 90s inland. heat is still in the central valley and down towards palm springs, 103 in fresno. the words "black lives matter" now appear in lights in the east bay. the glowing sign sits on top of a building on the north side of interstate 580. it is 40 feet wide, 4 feet high with thousands of l.e.d. bulbs. the sign was designed by a group of bay area artists as a contribution to the "black lives matter" movement. a special prosecutor will now investigate a deadly shooting by six vallejo police officers. willie mccoy died after the officers fired 54 shots at him. it happened in february of last year at the drive-thru of a taco bell. the bay area news group reports
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appointing a special prosecutor settles a dispute between the d.a. and california's attorney general. both tried to avoid probing mccoy's death. officers claim mccoy threatened them by reaching for a gun. his loved ones accuse police of using excess difference force. and dozens rallied outside of drake high school in support of changing the school's name. it was named after sir fwran sis dra francis drake the last 70 years and now the district is changing the name because of drake's link to the slave trade. this week they started the process of removing so he for a m sophia martin, in the graduating sclaclass, has had is for a long time. >> simply changing the name, no, i don't believe that it will do anything. >> the school district agrees that curriculum needs to change and it needs to hire more
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teachers of color. the district does not have an estimate yet on how much the name change will cost. each one of us deals with stress and anxiety differently. and a new survey reveals some insight about how people are coping during the pandemic. some people have turned to and on online tool called robot health. a psychologist developed it and the site found that nearly two-thirds of millennials and gen z respondents say they feel anxious every day and that is triple the rate 6 baby boomers. but only one in five essential workers say they felt depressed compared to 27% of everyone polled. >> it just speaks to the importance of having meaning and purpose in the day to day work that you do. and how that can actually convey some protection against the worst effects and emotional distress. >> and the founder also believes that many people don't these how strong they are until they face
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duct and stressful situations. if you need any help, just go for action. having an emergency plan is taking on new meaning during the pandemic. the city of santiago row tak san kaiser are working to prevent any you issues.issues. dr. wil easy is the more they can plan ahead, the better off they will be ideal of mixing families, but two families in a household is better than 250 people in a shelter. so if you can prepare for that, not only does it help them, but it helps others because then in the shelters won't be under as much pressure. >> you can find tips and help to prepare for wildfires for any disaster as
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nor cal. sgla a bear in florida chan he will channelledis yogi bear and made a 1345smarter than average move. look at this. so we've seen a lot of videos of bears going through the trash, making a mess, but this bear has home training. he said i'm going to put this bin upright, i'll wheel it over to the back of the house, i'm going to gently tip it over and i'll choose what i would like to eat. brent says that the greatest part is his wife had thrown out homemade la is an i can lasagna wanted a beef wrapper. >> i don't think that is his first picnic.
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>> i love this bear. >> i do. i'm so jealous. where he is on sunday when i have to haul 3450i7b out mine o street? >> he will come. >> yeah. pizza boxes is about all we have. >> yeah, if there is food in there, he will be there. >> walking on two legs like a human. >> i know. robots and now the bears? they are all coming for us. let's take a look at what is going on weather-wise. some warmer weather is coming for us especially in our inland neighborhoods. right now it is pretty cloudy in the south bay. a little breezy today everywhere with a degree or two of warmth added to yesterday's highs. nearly steady in the morning hours, that will continue. and below average temperatures
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next week. let's take a look at the fog forecast. it looks like we'll try to get sunshine alwa little quicker to and that will lead to an extra bit of warming. so south bay, we have a wide range from the low to mid-90s around morgan hill and gilroy to the 80s in most of the bay and 79 in sunnyvale. 72 at millbrae, mid to upper 70s for the rest of the peninsula. 62 to 64 along the coast. breezier today. upper 60s downtown. we'll start 72 at sausalitsausa up at cloverdale. as you move inland, 87 in san ramon to 94 in brentwood. so the tri-valley in the upper 80s, highway 4 in the low to mid-90s. tonight 52 to 62. not much difference. here is my accuweather 7 day 23r569.
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we' forecast. we'll try to squeeze out another degree or two of warmth tomorrow. monday temperatures will drop a couple degrees and then it gets breezy and 70s and 80s for a high starting tuesday. ford says more than 150,000 customers have placed deposits to order their new 2021 broncos. and that has surpassed expectations. deposits cost 100 bucks and that is refundsable. tech crunch reports now ford needs to determine how many of those will actually turn into purchases. 1996.comes levels. coca-cola is turning to control. same girl, same. anyway, the beverage company is planning to roll out a
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september zer drink seltzer drink next year. >> is this the coca-cola version of the white claw? >> yeah, it looks almost exactly the same. >> as long as it is working. new at 6:00, the san francisco archbishop's new request. why he is urging bay area priests to hold mass every day of the week. but first, fruit may be cleaning products. how to work out with what you've got at home already. plus what amazon is into space.
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the f-c--c has given amazon permission to launch more than 3,000 satellites. they'll create a broadband internet service, providing high speed connections to underserved amazonl launch more than 3,000 satellites. so they will create a broadband internet service, providing high speed connections to underserved communities and others. and with so many gyms closed, fitness experts are
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offering continues on what we can use around our house since we don't have are the actual weights. matt nolan says there is some strength training you can do with nearly anything you have in your home including fruits, cleaning product. >> we have pineapple, kitty litter, and we'll that. we'll squat down and then stand up and step back with the left leg and we want to twist to our right, can back center and then we do it again on the other side. so you are getting into your leg yurks bootsi and booty and of course my arms are working too. working too. w. mt moreipcomi up on "good morn america." here is the thing. like don't expect to look like matt. >> it is possible. >> you know that he works out for like three hours after that
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with real weights. but anyway. i just don't want to perpetuate that miyth. jimmy garoppolo has passed his kroep tecoronavirus test an start camp. and the caption provides that if you don't love him with a mask, they don't deserve him during the regular season. and the team followed up with the #wear a mask. okay, we will. next at 6:00, dr. fauci's plea to congress. he is expected to testify in a few minutes. we'll take you live to capitol hill. and just how concerned are san francisco officials about the rise in covid-19 cases? they have now created a field
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tracin s outbreaks to locations. and good morning, it is july 31 and more importantly, it is friday. >> yes. happy about that. >> mike, will we have a good weekend? >> i think so. you guys make it good.good.good. ren reggie and i are black and white and you guys are colorful love it. let's take a look at what is going on weather-wise. and the winds are blowing hard once again. starting to blanket all of us with cloud cover. the marine layer which was too shallow to climb over the east bay hills is just now starting to make that climb. as we head through the afternoon hour, your 12ou


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