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able to have fulfilling lives, should have been able to go past 18. >> this story is remembered this morning. kumasi: the memorial and attributes set to get underway one year since the mass shooting. >> we have a lot to get to on this thursday morning. is may 26, think you for being here. kumasi: thinking of everybody in the south bay and mbta. drew: the heat from the past couple days is out of here. you can see the 24 hour temperature change, most of us in the double digit drop from hayward to nevada. we have fog with us and temperatures in the 40's and 50's.
take the jacket with you out the door. temperatures will be warm this morning. you can see the marine layer and here how the day shapes up. slow to warm this morning and this afternoon we go into the 60's and 70's. we will talk about the holiday weekend coming up in a few minutes. julian: more this morning on the massacre in uvalde texas, families torn apart without much expedition as to why. it is sending another shock wave through this country. kumasi: we saw so many tears and bears in texas as hundreds attended the vigil at robb elementary. ♪ 19 children and two teachers were killed in tuesday's massacre in uvalde. 17 others were injured. 13 of the victims have been identified. the teachers worked in the same classroom and had been educators
more than a decade. grieving families have sharing about their children. among the victims were soft all players, girls kept, two pairs of cousins, and honor roll students. julian: investigators still have a long road ahead trying to piece together what happened. we are learning more about the messages from t be tt shooting. from our sister station in houston, daniela is joining us with more on the shooting. reporter: we are learning little bit more on what officials believe happened days before the shooting and what happened inside that building. i want to focus on the victims. there are 21 crosses out here with the names of the victims. some one drop them off overnight. we have seen people and we saw a mother with two young children from out of town who came and dropped off flowers, stayed in
the moment because this has impacted so many people across our community and beyond. this small town of uvalde, texas, coming to bather -- coming together to pray for the victims and families after the shooting at robb elementary school. 18-year-old salvador ramos, armed with an ar-15 weapon, stormed into a classroom, barriced fir ldren losing eilisssroom along h two teachers. for responding officers, this was personal. many had their own children in harm's way. reporter: officials say officers shot and killed the suspect 40 minutes to one hour after his first encounter with the school resource officer at the building's entrance. the suspect turned 1890's ago. the atf saying one day after his
birth day he bought an ar-15 style rifle. a few days later he bought a second one and at four days later he was at robb elementary school. ramos's grandfather saying he did not know his grandson had weapon. >> if i had known, i would have reported him. daniela: also, a chilling warning and it's before the shooting. they gunman suspecting a 15-year-old girl describing an argument with his grandmother. he writes "i am going to go shoot up an elementary school." this school superintendent ending the school year early. >> my heart was broken today for our small community. we will need your prayers to get us through this. daniela: something we did learn
from representatives with the customs and border protection office is that four border patrol agent's were out here from a special team that were able to help stop the shooter with the help of local entities -- local and state officials. kumasi: the father of one of the students killed, 10-year-old amarie joe garza learned the details of what happened from other students. >> we got confirmation from other students in the classroom that she was just trying to call authorities. i guess he just shot her. how do you look at this girl and shooter -- and shoot her? she was the sweetest little girl who did nothing wrong. she listened to her mom and dad. she always brushed her teeth.
she was creative. she made things for us. she never got trouble in school. i just want to know what she did to be a victim. kumasi: we know there is so much pain there. emotions are running high. beto o'rourke interrupted a press conference from governor greg abbott about the uvalde shooting. julian: beto o'rourke shouted at the current governor. he said the response from governor abbott and other leaders was totally predictable. he also predicted these attacks will continue to happen until lawmakers do something about it. >> the only thing he did was make is you to buy a gun. yeley think he did was make it easier to carry a gun and public and he bragged about the fact there would be no background check, no training, no vetting whatsoever. julian: several other little officials on the stage including
texas -- including ted cruz told beto o'rourke to sit down and he was pathetic. governor abbott ordered law-enforcement to escort him out of the building. the governor said the only aspect driving mass shootings is the status of mental health in our country. kumasi: today marks one year since the mass shooting at the vta railyard. these are the nine men killed by a coworker with a gun. it is a somber day with tributes planned in their honor. amy joins us live in san jose. amy: vta employees starting to arrive for a ceremony they will hold at 6:30 to remember their coworkers who were killed one year ago today. nine people were shot and killed by an angry coworker as they gather for a union meeting in the railyard on may 26, 2021.
the killer then shot and killed himself. vta trends -- trains did not run for three months after due to damaged equipment and grieving employees. >> we knew this would be a very tough day for all of our employees, their families, lots of rents, people who used to see our lost employees every day. we have somebody who said everyday that so-and-so used to come in every morning before his shift for coffee, and now he does not come in anymore. our whole community is still very severe. amy: the san jose city council proclaimed a day of remembrance for the victims at its meeting tuesday. city hall will be lit up in the covers -- in the colors of the vta. officials hope everyone
remembers the light of the loved ones who were killed. light rail service will be impacted today. nine train operators called in sick on this anniversary to take a mental health day. they will have nine fewer trains today than usual. think your jew to go to vta.org to see if your train will be impacted. they are asking for everyone to be patient with them today. julian: for more on the vta today and the developments of the uvalde shooting, you can head to our app where we are livestreaming 24/7. you can download the app wherever you stream. julian: mixup in the mail, how a single mailroom mistake may have sparked the formula crisis. travel hacks, the busiest day to hit the road. there is one stretch of freeway you need to avoid above all the rest. invisible invention, the new gadget that is straight out of
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drew: we just got the latest drought monitor in and now we have exceptional drought. it has expanded through the san joaquin valley. this is the dark red color on your screen. covering 12% of the state. the summary says national weather service said snow-covered is virtually nonexistent below 8000 feet. in the bay area, we do not see any change but likely will see a further spread of that drought as you enter the dry months. look at the next three days, it is all about cooler weather. breezy conditions the next couple of days, even some drizzle on the coast. we will preview rest of the holiday weekend and about nine minutes. first let's check in with jobina and see how we are doing with traffic. jobina: we start with a life which are at the toll plaza, during let's came on around 5:40.
this is our busiest spot. there is a wind advisory for the bay bridge and the golden gate bridge. a live look at emeryville earning you 84 the first time. we look at headlights traveling westbound, really starting to fill in, that whole corridor. our drive times as we wrap up, tracy to dublin, not too bad. antioch to concord, it always does that around 6:00 a.m.. it will be around 26 minutes. kumasi: just one win away from the finals, the bay area is on the brink of a big celebration and there is a weird and -- a reason the warriors have more than luck on their side. julian: a man is about to reach julian: a man is about to reach 113 years what can i du with less asthma? with dupixent, i can du more.. catching my train... making moves... ♪♪ making a connection...
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julian: a vigil will be held in san francisco for the pedestrians who died on city streets this year. the latest victims died after a car crash and ended up on the sidewalk. the victims were identified as will henderson and mary henderson, both of vero beach, florida. walk san francisco and members of families -- upstate streets
will be at that vigil. kumasi: if you are heading out of town for memorial day, you might want to head out right now. [laughter] just be careful, there will be a lot of people on the road and what to avoid delays. the longest delays will be this afternoon and tomorrow afternoon. in some areas, the drivetime could be double. jobina: yes. you are not wrong, leave now. why not? memorial day weekend is seen as the unofficial start of summer and traffic is expected to reach pre-pandemic levels. this is video from lax yesterday. people are excited to get away but taking precautions against covid-19. >> hand sanitizing and if we are around a lot of people, keeping our mask on. jobina: despite record again gas prices, most americans plan to travel by car.
the average price for a gallon of gas is $6.30. in san francisco, $6.15. in oakland, 619 -- $6.19. for oakland and san jose, those are record highs. the east shore freeway and the bay bridge will be one of the worst drives in the bay area tonight. westbound interstate 80 from gilman street and berkeley to the civic center exit is expected to be 105% of normal between 5:45 and 7:45 tonight. drew: all right. get ready for the holiday weekend. this is sutro tower. we have fog, a marine layer has returned. and an onshore flow. coastal fog, a cooler morning out there. in lynch, 20 degrees cooler this
afternoon compared to yesterday. the holiday weekend, no intense heat. wicking up to numbers generally in the 40's and 50's, some 10 to 12 degrees cooler than yesterday. take the jacket with you. winds will be active at the door. the on flow is strongest at the city. that will cloth east bay. when will gusts 20 to 30 miles per hour. we will call this back to reality, closer to where we should. sick to chew in the city, 66 and oakland. 69 in santa rosa will feel cool after spending several days in the 90's. 75 and a concord and 77 and anja. we will have the marine layer spilling in and around the shoreline. upper 50's as we head into friday. we keep numbers in check with the onshore flow. maybe a couple of degrees warmer in lent. by saturday, we drop again. saturday is the coolest day we have over the holiday weekend
all in all, it won't be too chilly this time of year. widespread clowns today. receipt at the coast tomorrow. coastal drizzle is likely. we will warm up a bit, especially monday. the woman trend continues tuesday and wednesday next week. julian: coming up, "good morning america" the at 7:00. kumasi: ginger zee has a look ahead. >> great to be with both of you. coming up, new details about the elementary school mass shooting in texas. what we are learning about the agents that took down the government. and the 19 students and two teachers who were killed. we are live on the scene in uvalde. what to know before you head out for memorial day weekend and alternatives to traditional rental cars. becky is looking at a new way to shop. you combined the best of online shopping with actually going to a store. tori johnson is here with deals
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the playoffs, including closeout wins in their previous series against the nuggets and the grizzlies. tip-off is about 12 hours away at 6:00 p.m. kumasi: a man in venezuela is getting ready to celebrate his 113th birthday tomorrow. juan mora has already one grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren and 12 great-great-grandchildren. his doctor says he is in good health and one possible secret to living a long life is he says he enjoys a glass of -- a south american alcoholic drink made from sugarcane. he is planning to celebrate his birthday with family and close friends. julian: i had to look this up. it is an alcoholic drink that contains between 20 and percent
alcohol. [laughter] kumasi: no. julian: so it packs a punch. kumasi: everyday? julian: it gives you long life, bradley. i'm listening -- gives you long life, apparently. i'm listening. kumasi: the grocery store pickup that could take your get together to a whole another level. julian: stepped up security in the wake of the texas school shooting. the extra security steps taken at bay area schools. kumasi: we are taking a live look outside right now. it is raining on the camera right now in santa cruz. 627 time
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>> building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc 7 news. >> she was the sweetest little girl who did nothing wrong. she listened to her mom and dad. she always brushed her teeth. she was creative. kumasi: at 6:30, heartbreak in uvalde. lives cut short and state and federal pushes to put an end to gun violence. julian: one year since a nasa shooter opened fire in san jose. we are live with the tribute starting now for the nine victims at the railyard's. kumasi: here comes the cool down.
drew is tracking how long we can take advantage of this free ac. it is thursday, may 26. julian: it is chilly outside. we start with a look at the forecast with drew. drew: the hot weather from the past few days is out of here and we are tracking cooler weather back to reality. 10 to 13 degrees cooler from hayward to concord. numbers in the 40's and 50's. take the jacket with you because temperatures are slow to warm. look at the marine layer, welcome back. the onshore flow is with us. into the afternoon, it is cooler in the 60's and 70's. we will look at these afternoon highs and preview the weekend and a few minutes. kumasi: remembering the 21 lives lost in uvalde, texas. these are the faces of the people killed in the latest act of gun violence in america in an elementary school classroom. julian: this issue is so painful
and overwhelming to countless families and hitting close to home here today in the bay area. kumasi: we have live team coverage, finding answers in the middle of this crisis. a texas investigation and possible gun solutions, but we start with amy hollyfield live in san jose with another somber reflection happening today. amy: good morning. today is the one-year anniversary of the mass shooting that happened in the vga railyard in san jose. i want to show you a life picture of what they are doing -- a live picture of what they are doing to commemorate this anniversary. a ceremony is scheduled to start now at 6:30. this is when the shooting started one year ago. workers told employees they wanted to have a gathering at commemorate this on this very saturday. -- on this very sad day. nine train operators called in
sick today for a mental health day. nine trains that usually operate will not be in service today. they are asking riders the patient with the light rail service as they mark this very sad anniversary. nine of their coworkers were shot and killed in the downtown san jose railyard one year ago today and killed by a fellow employee who shot and killed himself. this anniversary comes two days after the mass shooting in uvalde which officials say adds to the emotions of these workers. >> there have been so many mass shootings, 62 over the last year. we don't hear about them all. they don't all get the huge public city -- huge publicity. it is a horrifying thing it is continuing to happen. people are affected in different
ways when they hear about that. a lot of people have been intentionally not watching the news and they have their own thoughts about how they want to deal with today. amy: the san jose city council proclaimed a day of remembrance for the comes at its meeting tuesday and let-up city hall -- city hall in the colors of vga. officials say they hope everyone will remember the light of these loved ones who were killed. they say their fellow coworkers are still having a tough time. vga says -- vta says to expect an impact on electoral service today. they encourage you to check vta .org to see if your train will be delayed or impacted in any way. they are asking you be patient with them today. reporting live in san jose, amy hollyfield, abc7 news. julian: now to the developing news on the elementary school
shooting in uvalde, texas. a community and country grasping with answers. kumasi: 21 victims have been identified so far, including teachers who worked as educators more than 10 years. julian: the front-page headline of usa today saying there are no words. the dallas morning news saying "they were left." the hartford current saying open ever again -- "never again." jobina is live with what we are remembering of these victims. jobina: families are devastated as they grapple with the news of this shooting. here is a live look at uvalde right now where there is a growing memorial for the m's. we are learning more about those 21 lives lost. jace and jayla were cousins. the family lost their grandfather earlier this month.
"they were loving baby angels, always had a smile on their faces. i cannot believe this happened to our in joel's." students say actions within the classroom. one classmate tried to call 911 as shots rang out before the gunmen's fire turned to her. >> she was the best person i know. full of life, gone too soon, always smiling. she was her own self. jobina: one of the two teachers who died, irma garcia was a teacher 22 years. eva was a teacher for more than two decades -- more than a decade. only one of the 17 injured remains in serious condition this morning. julian: friends of the accused gunman said he had a history of fighting with others. former classmates say he was
quiet and severely believed. he was a big user of a social app for gen z and would strip himself abusing animals according to several users. three days before the shooting, he sent pictures and videos of guns on social media. the shooter's grandfather spoke to abc news. >> i did not know he had weapons or nothing. if i had known, i would have reported him. >> you would have reported your own grandson? >> yes, i am against all of that. julian: he had no criminal history and no diagnosed mental health issues. kumasi:'s sentiments have gone from condolences to calls for real change and gun control to prevent these tragedies from happening again. ryan is in the newsroom following the wave of --. >> there is a cry for strong gun
measures after not just issued in texas, all recently. it will get tough to get parties to agree on reform. senator feinstein is asking colleagues to consider legislation that would raise the aged just weapons with high ammunition to 21. she pointed out that neither sugars could buy a handgun but they could buy an assault weapon. democrats support her move but republicans are hesitant to make change. >> one nation under guns. it is not have to be that way. our parents don't need to drop their kids off at school and wonder if their kid will be next. >> people want to take people's second amendment rights away and i'm not willing to do that. ryan: governor newsom is announcing new action on guns in california. he will sign more than a dozen dressing gun violence by the end of next month. one law would allow private
citizens to sue firearm effectors and distributors. that is modeled after the texas abortion law. >> we know they work i will repeat what i said earlier, those states with the most progressive gun safety laws have seen a disproportionate impact in terms of gun related deaths and murders as a consequence of those policies. ryan: that bill is headed toward the assembly. the governor referenced minutes of dollars spent towards gun violence prevention in california. he also called out multiple churches by name saying the judicial system has also failed to protect californians. ryan curry, abc7news. julian: today, a student walk out protesting gun violence in schools. a nonprofit is making that call on instagram to students across the country. in the bay area, we saw people gathered yesterday to remember
the children and teachers whose lives were cut short. dozens gathered at bryant park in foster city to remember those who lost their lives. many of them are still in shock, worrying about their own families and young children. >> we think they should be safe. it is until these things happen that that comes home. the world is not as safe as we thought it could be. >> we are here to honor those of the m's and grieve and event and then get to action -- and vent and then get to action. julian: organizers called for tougher gun control measures, calling on lawmakers to close loopholes on background checks. kumasi: student is accused of threatening gun violence against an employee. investigators say he threatened violence at another school that is not being named. the teen was arrested and taken to juvenile hall.
investigators recovered several pieces of evidence but firearm was located. julian: police and school districts are taking extra security precautions today. nevada police told residents to expect an increased presence near schools. there is no threat, but it is the research -- it is the reassurance. >> this is for peace of mind for the students, staff, and parents at our community to know we are in partnership. when some thing's going wrong somewhere else, we will take precautions we need to take to provide safety for everyone. >> we spoke with parents -- julian: we spoke with parents in walnut creek who said they talked to their kids about the gun violence. a student posted a video of himself shooting a gun earlier this week. police stood watch today and if the student was not allowed back on campus. these are tough times weighing on parents, kids, and everyone.
we have expert advice and resources to help parents in the bay area and students. go to abc7news.com/takeaction. kumasi: doesn't san francisco have a population problem? the sign that we are seeing a much different city. julian: you're taking a live look at the big board at the new york stock exchange. another update on how the markets are doing, coming up. kumasi: jumping for joy. are there certain exercises that can boost your mood? doctors are talking about this a viable theory. you can watch us a whole extra hour. abc7 live is on our app. you can download it now for apple app store, android, or samsung tv. drew: the marine layer will cool us off and the onshore flow will bring temperatures back to
reality. treat all the levels are still high, they have not changed all week. high-pressure, that was our heat pump the past couple days. that is pushing off east. this trough will settle in and help keep temperatures on the cooler side. today, we are slow to warm compared to the past couple days. keep the jacket handy this morning. 50's and 60's by 10:00 a.m.. by noon we are barely touching 70 degrees. unlike yesterday where hottest spots got into the 90's, today our hottest spots will only go into the 70's. today, it is cooler out there. the cooldown has arrived. 66 and oakland. 69 in santa rosa. that will feel cooler than the 90's. 75 in concord. up to 78 degrees and in livermore. the cooler weather arrives and sticks with us friday to start the holiday weekend.
saturday is the coolest day over the three-day weekend. we will preview the rest of the holiday weekend in about eight minutes. that's a good morning to jobina and see how we are doing traffic. jobina: we are starting with a live look at the golden gate bridge where chb has issued a wind advisory. it looks like they need to put a fog advisory into bliss. potentially above his ability in and out of the north bay. let's came on at 5:40 and traffic is backed up to the 880 over crossing. these drive times, it has not been too bad. look at that, 50 minutes. usually it is well over an hour but the highway four commute is definitely slowing. we also want to let you know that low income drivers could pay less to drive in the express lanes on interstate 880. in metropolitan committee will vote next month to establish a three-year pilot program. the discount is still being decided on.
incident along interstate 580 in oakland. we talked to the brother of one of the victims. he was just 21 years old when he was shot and killed. carlos hernandez has only been told to bits and pieces of what might have happened from his brother's friends. they told him they were relaxing and at their vehicle when someone today gun at them. juan carlos says his brother was not a gang member and not into drugs. >> he was working hard. i'm supposed to be the older brother and sometimes i feel like he was the bigger role model. when i think about the culprit, i feel a lot of anger and hatred. i tell myself i need to keep myself composed. but the police do their job, they will find this person. julian: chp is investigating the murder case but have not made any arrests. kumasi: new census data shows a
population of san francisco has dropped to its lowest level in more than a decade. the city lost 6.3% of its population between july 2020 and july 2021. there are now 815,000 san francisco residents, the lowest since 2010. other bay area cities that some opposition losses include daly city, san mateo, and cupertino. high housing costs and remote work all the seas are the reason people are leaving. there is a new unit to support the aap i in san francisco. the district attorney's office launched this to expand services and learning access for a api crime -- for aapi crimes. the attorney general says he will continue to advocate for greater access for all victims and trauma recovery clinicians
so survivors have the support they need to heal. julian: now for your morning money report. dozens of paypal employees have been laid off. 83 employees received pink slips last month. the company owns then mow. no word if then mow employees be impacted by these layoffs. paypal has not commented. they are closing their san francisco office on market street. we are told that is not related to these layoffs. jack dorsey, twitter ceo and cofounder come has stepped down from the board of directors. it was part of his plan when he resigned last november. it came on the same day as the shareholders eating. he started distancing himself from twitter so he could focus on other ventures. he is supported elon musk's purchase of twitter. he tweeted that elon is the singular solution i trust.
taking a live look at the new york stock exchange. we are up. we will have another check, coming up. kumasi: you can get your infused charcoal courtesy of miller lite. officials say when you burn it, the charcoal releases the taste of miller lite. the company reduced the beer to a concentrate and used it to coat the calls. it is sold at the company's website. right now it is sold out but the website says there is more on the way. julian: this is what scientists are up to. drew: that is anything. it feels like aggressive to this went. like, you want truckle with beer? like this on fire -- you want charcoal with beer? light this on fire? kumasi: i am not a fan. julian: the taste of charcoal
with beer. kumasi: you wanted to be part of your cooking? julian: i guess that is what they are going for. have you ever spilled beer on yourself and smelled like it? drew: welcome to college life. julian: can you imagine your backyard smelling like this? drew: who asked for this? show yourselves. we are finding drizzle along the coastline. just an indication that heat is out of here and not coming back soon. santa cruz is socked in with cloud cover. it is all about the dramatic drop in temperatures this afternoon and intense heat coming our way. we are generally in the 40's and 50's. you take a look and numbers are anywhere from 10 to 13 degrees cooler right now compared to yesterday. we have an onshore flow. the combination of those things will keep us on the cool side. you can see that onshore flow,
strongest on the city and ocean through the delta. that will cool off our inland locations some 20 degrees cooler for a lot of us. winds will gust 20 to 30 miles per hour. we are likely to have a repeat of that on friday. highs today are cooler out there, 67 in san rafael. 66 in oakland, 70 in san jose. 68 is the high in napa. overnight tonight, we have the marine layer spilling along the shoreline area upper 40's to upper 50's as we head into friday. to finish out the week, the onshore flow is with us. temperatures in the 60's and 70's. saturday is the coolest day we have. from then on out, we warm up temperatures. a cool down hits us today. coastal drizzle on saturday. we warm temperatures up for memorial day and the warming trend continues early next week. julian: it is safe to say we could use something to boost our
mood. apparently, there is a specific exercise that can increase your joy. it is a story going viral claiming the joy workout can improve your mood. what exactly is this workout? what is it all about? "good morning america" spoke to a doctor to break it down. >> although the research is limited, it shows movements associated with joy can bring you joy if you practice them. thanks like waving your arms above your head, swing side-to-side, and rhythmic with men's. the hope is that these movements with 10 to 30 minute exercises is enough to get your body leasing endorphins. those are brain hormones that make you feel good and are associated with euphoria, can relieve stress and reduce your pain. julian: there it is. you can watch the full report coming up on "gma" at 7:00.
kumasi, you said this is what you do in the club. kumasi: ♪ put your hands in the air and wave them like you don't care. ♪ that is all i heard. julian: how can you be mad and dancing at the same time? kumasi: the worse you dance, the better. julian: just get into it. kumasi: like nobody is looking. the more joy you might have. [laughter] julian: coming up, the seven things you need to know today. things you need to know today. kumasi: and now most admired alum! get up there. this is so embarrassing. there's no way it's me. you know her.... you love her.... ruh roh. what are you doing here? it's anna gomez!
kumasi: here are seven things you need to know. a day of remembrance in the south bay, today marks one year since not were killed by a gunman in the railyard in san jose. employees are holding a memorial right now to remember their coworkers. julian: tears and a texas as -- 19 children and two people were killed in a massacre in the small town of uvalde. kumasi: there is some progress in tackling the gun issue on capitol hill. mitt romney is open to revisiting a bill that could expand background checks including online sales and gun shows. julian: number four, if you are headed out of town memorial day, you may want to get on the road this morning to avoid delays. analysts say the east shore freeway and across the bay bridge will be one of the worst drives in the bay area tonight.
drew: the fog has returned. it is a widespread cooldown coming our way. we are slow to warm this morning. have the extra layer with you. 4:00 p.m., shortly cooler than yesterday. those in the 60's and 70's later this afternoon. jobina: a life picture from the golden gate bridge, we have a wind advisory here and for the bay bridge where metering let's came on at 5:40. kumasi: tonight, the warriors have another chance to finish off davitt ash the dallas mavericks and go to the nba finals. tip-off is at 6:00 p.m. julian: you know hives city is going to be crazy tonight. drew: we just want to do it at home. julian: they almost came back in game four despite trailing. kumasi: i know. jobina: i think it is going to be a big deficit tonight. we are going to be so loud and crazy.
packet up, dallas. [laughter] julian: they news continues on abc7 at 7:00, next. good morning, america. for our viewers in the west, as we take you through this thursday the search for answers, the unsung heroes in the small texas community banding together. grade school mass shooting. new details about the more than 40-minute rampage inside robb elementary. what we now know about how the shooter was finally stopped by u.s. border patrol. this morning, we hear from the families of the two teachers and those 19 young victims. the act of heroism by one of the students inside the classroom. plus, the missed warning signs. what the gunman's mother is now saying. and the shocking social media messages on the very day of the attack. this morning, the demand for answers from washington to texas.
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