6 Things to Know: Monday, July 29

It's Monday, July 29 – here are the 6 Things to Know:

Monday morning begins with partly cloudy skies and it will be mostly dry as temperatures reach the upper 70 degrees Fahrenheit.

Monday afternoon will have isolated chances for storms in the western areas of South Florida with highs in the low 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Check Today's Forecast.

The National Hurricane Center said a disturbance in the eastern Caribbean Sea has a 20% chance of developing in the next five days.

The latest headlines:

1. A garlic festival that attracts thousands annually in Gilroy, California, became the scene of the latest mass shooting after a gunman opened fire on festivalgoers, killing three, including a 6-year-old boy, and wounding more than a dozen others Sunday — on the third and final day of the festival.

2. The woman who is supposed to replace Puerto Rico's embattled governor announced Sunday that she doesn't want the job as the U.S. territory reels from political crisis.

3. A South Florida member of Congress led a group of fellow representatives on a tour of the Homestead facility housing undocumented immigrant teens that has drawn national attention in the growing immigration debate.

4. Residents in Las Olas Isles should continue to boil water due to a boil water notice issued in the neighborhood.

5. A professional surfer was bitten by a shark off of a Florida coast over the weekend. He's expected to be OK. The incident occurred ahead of Shark Week on NBC 6, which seeks to educate the public on the species.

6. Supporting Our Schools! Donate supplies Monday from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Wawa located at 11990 Southwest 137th Avenue in Kendall. Anyone who donates will get a coupon for a free hoagie.

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