News you should know to start your Tuesday

News you should know to start your Tuesday
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Happy Tuesday morning. This week’s beautiful summer weather will continue today, with nothing but blue skies and high temperatures in the upper-80s.

Here’s what you should know before you start your day:

The search for answers

Investigators in Gilroy, California, are trying to figure out why 19-year-old Santino William Legan went to the town’s Garlic Festival Sunday night and allegedly opened fire into the crowd. Three young people were killed. Detectives now say they’ve found social media posts by Legan which include white supremacist messaging and criticism of the Gilroy Garlic Festival. Still, they say the posts alone cannot prove the motive was an act of domestic terrorism.

The stage is set in Detroit

For the second round of democratic presidential debates tonight. Ten candidates square off starting at 6:00 p.m. on CNN. It’s expected to last two hours.

Wear your sunscreen

A new study by the 2019 American Academy of Dermatology shows young women between the ages of 18-39 are 800% more likely to get melanoma, which is the deadliest form of skin cancer. One of the biggest reasons for the concerning data isn’t the sun, but indoor tanning beds. “One visit to an indoor tanning salon increases your chance by 20% with your risk of melanoma,” said one expert.