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it's saturday, april 2nd, good morning and thanks for joining u. i'm chris new wguyen. >> we have a little sun an concord and anty of course from half moon bay to san jose. the clouds will retreat to the coast. we'll look for sunshine all around the bay today but we'll see low clouds and fog around out around half moon bay and pacifica with numbers in the low 50s, it's fairly uniform out there with low 50s in oakland. you can see the deck of low
clouds. this is mount die ab blow in the distance. upper 60s to mid 70s by 4:00 in the afternoon. notice the cool temperatures at the coast. partial sunshine there and we'll look for pretty nice second half of the weekend as well, details on that coming up. thanks so much, lisa. >> this morning, the man at the center of an excessive force investigation is back in the hands of law enforcement. suing the alameda county sheriff's office after he was beaten by deputies. yesterday the fbi raided a home in san francisco's visitation valley neighborhood, a name petrov is known to frequent. melanie woodrow has video of the raid you'll only see on abc 7 news. >> reporter: an fbi s.w.a.t. team demanding petrov come out. >> come to the front door. hands up. >> reporter: agents then searching him outside this home on teddy avenue.
multiple people, including petrov and girlfriend stay here. to petrov's left you can see another man in handcuffs a woman wearing pajamas is also in handcuffed. >> i'm shocked. >> reporter: overnight neighbors say someone was shot outside the house. >> i didn't know any suspicious, anything was going on but this is a quiet neighborhood. >> reporter: it wasn't the first time fbi agents raided the home. answer abc 7 news obtained this video of a march 8th raid. sources say petrov wasn't on their radar but when federal agents entered the home he was in inside. they arrest the petrov in connection with controlled substances and firearm but never charged. in an exclusive interview with abc 7 news wednesday, he said it wasn't him. >> don't know what you're talking about. >> reporter: federal sources say the latest raid is independent of the overnight shooting. agents walked petrov away from
the home before driving off. >> that was abc 7 news melanie woodrow reporting. the court appearance may happen as soon as monday. california highway patrol had to call off this chase after it got too dangerous. speeds topped 100 mills hour. chp ended the pursuit when the driver went the wrong way on one way treats streets in san francisco. smoke and flames pouring out of a garage in oakland. it started in the home in a mont clair neighborhood. firefighters were able to save most of the home. this man is missing and may be without important medications. police gave us this photo of michael shaffer, he's 39 and family reported him missing on monday. he was last seen in san mateo and may be driving a gold 1996
toyota camry with license plate 4 mjt 621. a convicted serial sex offender is homeless after being released from jail. jonathan michael hoffener has five days to update his sex offender reg stri. he spent a year and a half for year for molesting a 15-year-old girl. the press democrat reports he's been convicted of sexual battery seven times in three years, two of them at santa rosa junior college. on thursday, petaluma police issued a warning about his release. the hotel he was supposed to stay at found out and canceled his room. hoffner is on parole through next april. the cal campus is hosting not one clinton but two. bill clinton and daughter chelsea will address students and faculty.
it didn't come without interruption. here's the story in uc berkeley. >> i never thought i would be so happy to be at berkeley as a stanford alum. >> reporter: she opened the ninth clinton global initiative forum, 1,000 student leaders seeking solutions to world issues and poverty and pollution and human rights. >> i hope that what will be clear to all of you at the end of the weekend is that we believe that no one is ever too old or ever too young to make a difference. >> reporter: her father, bill clinton, challenged students to make a difference in their communities and never be afraid to fail. >> reminds me of what winston churchill said about the united states, we always do the right thing after exhausting every other alternative. >> reporter: protesters blamed clinton for his 1994 crime bill which they say caused the prison population to explode. one heckler got inside and interrupted -- >> we're not at a political
event. so i will not -- [ applause ] >> i will not answer that. >> reporter: critics the say the clinton foundation received international -- with poor human rights which could create a hot potato for hillary clinton's bid for president. >> it becomes an issue you don't want to have to discuss. you don't want to have to keep saying we're clean, we're clean, we're clean. and then people are saying you may not be clean. >> reporter: at the forum entrepreneurs and activists urged everyone to be proud and vocal about who you are. >> at the end of the day those stories are what make us human. those stories are allow us to empathize with each other. >> reporter: the forum continues on cal campus through sunday. abc 7 news. >> two more bay area counties have reported their first cases of zika virus. the department of public health confirmed people in san mateo
and santa clara counties contracted the virus while traveling abroad. health officials says there's no risk of it spreading locally. it is mostly spread from a mosquito species not common in the united states and linked to birth defects in unborn children. the white house held a summit yesterday on how to fight it. >> federal authorities issued a public safety alert yesterday now that nine people in the sacramento valley died from a counter fit drug since march 24th. it appears people are trying to buy norco pain tablets but they are packed with fentanyl, it's 80 times more potent to morphine. the dea is trying to track down the source. women and girls across california can get birth control without a prescription but they have to speak to a pharmacist and fill out a questionnaire first. oregon and washington already have similar laws. 8:07 is our time.
the fbi is telling law enforcement agencies we will help you open locked phones according to a new report from doe jones after federal agents were able to open the locked iphones seized from one of the terrorists from the san bernardino attack. for months they refused to unlock the phone citing private concerns. battle ended this week after a third party was found to unlock the phone. new this morning, san francisco's old mint is set tore restored and opened to the public. it will help lead a project to get the old u.s. mint at fifth and mission back into tip-top shape. the project could take a year and a half to complete. the city last year terminated an agreement with the non-profit to turn the building into a museum. it was named a national historic landmark in 1961. some serious disappointment for warriors fans. they needed to win five of the
last seven games to break the all time wins record. celtics were the ones to knock them off. they were down three in the final seconds and steph curry got a great look but missed the shot. the dubs got the rebound and barnes missed and warriors lost 109-106 and lisa will have postgame reaction from steve kerr coming up in sports. weatherwise, off to a cool start across the bay area. >> that's right, with sunny in concord and by the delta. we have fog along the central coast around watsonville and from up above, this is our east bay hills camera. underneath the cloud cover we're in the low 50s for most. it's going to be slightly warmer inland today and slightly cooler tomorrow. wait until you see the temperatures for the week ahead. we have big changes to talk about in just a few minutes. >> thanks, lisa. waiting to get behind the wheel of the new tesla model 3. the cars will be made in fremont. coming up what that means for the city. why east bay parents are
news. here's a live look on this saturday morning. we'll have more on the changes ahead in the accuweather forecast in just a little bit. the san francisco public defender's office has demanded to see text messages in the latest scandal involving police officers. they want to read them to determine if any cases may have been compromised. the da noungsed four officers were suspended last fall because of racist and homephobic and sexist text messages sent between the officers while they investigated a different texting scandal involving 14 other officers. public defender directed a statement said i believe there are other case in which guilty pleas based on testimony and sworn statements provided by these officers and wants to see the texts in question and extensive background information on the officers and any cases they've investigated. some parents in the east bay are threatening to boycott lgbtq acceptance week.
abc 7 news reporter lee an melendez has more on an issue that has parents divided. >> reporter: april 11th, wind mere ranch middle school will have a week long discussion about those who are lesbian, trans gender and queer. >> i think it's a good way to inform the kids of certain current issues. >> reporter: kids between 11 and 13 will be shown videos like this one about a trans gender crowned home coming queen. >> i feel so much happier with myself. >> reporter: a day of silence to spread awareness but not every parent welcomes this kind of exposure. >> not age appropriate at all we felt. we felt it was a subject matter that should be better addressed by parents at home. >> others like the concept but suggest that other issues on discrimination be included in the discussion. >> we want to have it four other groups, giving tolerance.
>> all around. >> reporter: the principal already agreed to make minor changes. >> the videos aren't going to be shown in full anymore and principal has decided to take certain portions of them out and he will only show portions of them. >> reporter: for example at the end of the homecoming video there is a fund me page to help pay for the transition procedure. that has been taken out. others say it's not enough and will consider having their kids opt out. >> elected officials and actors and business leaders will be honored for their efforts to promote lgbt equality tonight. equality california is hosting a ceremony for the quality awards at the westin saint francis. nancy pelosi and scott winer and evan low are some recipients. it's been less than two days since tesla took the wrap off the model 3. it won't be available until late
next year but hundreds and thousands of earring drivers have already placed their deposits. all of those electric cars will be made in fremont. and this morning city leaders see the car as an economic boom. katie has the story now from fremont. >> reporter: tesla 3 pre-sales are through the roof and music to the ears of city leaders in fremont, home of the tesla factory. >> looking forward to partsener with tesla to meet their continues and grow local jobs here in fre monmontfremont. >> reporter: for every tesla sold, more than 2 manufacturing jobs are created. >> they are in this area because of ecosystem of supply and logistics and manufacturing companies, only 80 companies in the immediate 30-mile radius that can support tesla. >> reporter: it is making up for lost time. the previous tenant owned by toyota and general motors closed april 1st, 2010.
>> there was 437 people that lost jobs at the factory. 20,000 regionally. this is a great shot in the arm for the whole economy. >> reporter: city council member suzanne lee chan is a tesla owner. >> in fremont, we have the most tesla owners per capita in the entire country. >> we are really committed to our teslas. >> the tesla plant is also a showroom and the mayor points out the city will also benefit from the sales tax on each car sold there. in fremont, abc 7 news. the tesla model three preorder surge helped boost shares of the palo alto company. shares closed 3% higher yesterday. >> happening today, you can help an east bay high school student with leukemia. darrel a kins is a student athlete in oakland. abc 7 news first told you about his story last month. he needs a bone marrow
transplant after being dying noti diagnosed two years ago. you can donate to see if you're a match. you can traffic delays in san francisco this weekend. the half marathon is tomorrow. here's a look at the race route at 6:30 in the morning. the half marathon ends at civic center plaza around noon. lots of road closures surround the route. weatherwise should be a nice day for a nice morning for the runners out there tomorrow. >> definitely. we'll have low clouds and fog. more of that tomorrow than we'll see today. a good deal of sunshine at our beaches but i think cloudy in the north bay. it looks kind of gray but the sun is already out in concord by the delta. we have fog along the central coast and that sunshine will work across the east bay, then the central bay and finally will
get some around half moon bay. we widen the perspective and you can see as we put it in motion, clouds bumping into a ridge of high pressure, they go up and over the ridge. in the days ahead we get a wind shift. that offshore flow allowing for temperatures to climb way above seasonal readings or averages for this time of year. so by about wednesday, we could be pushing near 90 degrees here. this is in the south bay right now. san jose, i know it seems unbelievable. it's not going to last. it's going to be a short warm up but bay areawide. 54 in mount continue view and 53 in san jose and 49 in morgan hill. 50 in san francisco and half moon bay. we're much milder in parts of the bay this morning due to low clouds and fog. this is lake tahoe, you were in the 20s earlier and temperatures this afternoon into the 60s in the northern sierra. 50 in napa as well as novato and low 50s in the sunshine and livermore at 51. we will be looking at numbers just a little bit warmer today
as the sun is revealed throughout the mid morning hours. explore tore yum camera, low clouds and fog for most. mild around the bay and inland this weekend. we'll see more fog tomorrow, stronger onshore push that could bring down temperatures just a little bit for the second half of your weekend and records are possible even tuesday into wednesday, abruptly cooler on thursday. maybe showers return on friday. so we are looking at the high surf anywhere right now from 5 to 8 feet from the sonoma coast to monterey and risk of rip currents, sneaker waves throughout the bay area today and with the sunshine around half moon bay and pacifica, it will be awfully tempting to enjoy the water even though the temperature is just in the 50s out there. the southern sierra, how about 72 today. northern sierra, 60s on the coast. 74 in los angeles. we'll fast forward to friday, looking for a chance of rain and we have an area of low pressure
coming up from southern california. actually looks more likely to the south of us whether or not it gets as far north as the bay area, we'll have to wait and see and actually this forecast model carries it over into a portion of your saturday. so between now and then, we have lots of heat to talk about and in fact monday we go offshore today with the light west wind, it's in the mid-60s at odot coast. palo alto, 62 in millbrae, we have the onshore flow and sunshine in san francisco and 70 in santa rosa. nice day in san leandro and hayward at 67. low 70s around concord. the accuweather seven-day forecast, stronger onshore push tomorrow then the wind shift on monday and numbers climb to the 80s on tuesday. inland upper 80s on wednesday. near 80 at the coast and then that two-day heat wave, it's
over. thursday we're cooling off dramatically and looking likely we could get rain on friday. i'm saying likely because i want it. >> as for wednesday in those high temperatures, can you imagine? i'm sure a lot of offices will be closed early. people at least at work leaving work early. >> they might be caught off guard too it's a big warm-up. >> levi stadium is transformed and full of dirt. the big look, i know you're a cow and all. and you may not know what i'm talking about, but, uh. the yogurt made from your milk, is delicious.
it's not football but dirt biking that will draw big crowds. the event features some of the best motorcycle riders in the world. sky 7 hd flew over as the trucks dumped 21 million pounds of dirt this week. it is actually stored in the bay area and brought in each year. the moment a cruise boat slammed into a pier in san diego was all caught on video. take a look. [ honking ] >> what a terrifying scene.
seven people were hurt when the boat slammed in the dock. it's the third time that ship has had a mechanical problem and banned indefinitely from taking on passengers. how do you celebrate 40 years if you're the world's most valuable public company? with the giant beer bash of course, apple hit the big 4-0 yesterday and tim cook tweeted these pictures showing the big party at apple's headquarters in cupertino. a pirate flag was hoisted and they say it was intended to keep a sense of rebel onand independence. a heart warming reunion. a woman finds her cat since missing in the valley fire. this photo was posted on facebook. had been missing since the evacuation in lake county. the woman was recently driving close to her middletown home when she spotted the car that she thought was hers and when she stopped, muscat came to her.
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good morning, thanks for being with us, we're starting this half hour with a quick look at the weather. here lisa argen tracking conditions where you live. >> good morning to you. first weekend of april feeling a little bit like summer or looking like it i should say with low clouds and fog here and golden gate bridge, temperatures on the mild side with a uniform cloud cover for most. the clouds are already peeling away from parts of the east bay. 49 in morgan hill and 50 in half moon bay and 50 in san francisco and from the east bay hills camera, you can see the diablo range there. everyone pretty much will see sunshine today. 50 in napa and novato. by 10:00 the next hour we've got patchy fog in the north bay and marin coast and oranges are upper 70s where the yellows are we have 70s from the north bay to san jose and also in concord today. mid-60s for you in the east bay. chris will look at that interesting seven-day outlook
coming up. >> new this morning the ceo of brussels airport has announced passenger flights will resume there tomorrow. the airport has been closed since march 22nd when terrorists detonated bombs heavily damaging it. only part of the airport will reopen tomorrow. ceo ands the entire airport will be fully functioning by the end of june. president obama called the prospect of isis or other terror groups getting hold of one of the nuclear materials one of greatest threats to global security. world leaders wrapped up a summit to curb nuclear materials worldwide and the president declared the event a success. here's marcy gonzales. >> reporter: protests outside the nuclear security summit in washington, d.c. president obama met with more than 50 world leaders, the last day of summit focused on the potential risk of terrorists accessing nuclear materials and heisten concerns that building a
dirty bomb is likely a goal of isis and other terror groups after two of the attackers used cameras to see kretly record one of belgium's top nuclear scientists. >> looking for deadly ingredi t ingredients for a nuclear device, vast regions. world of offlimits. >> reporter: some of the material is not properly secured, more needs to be done to keep it from falling into the wrong hands. >> we're in a race against time. the chances are it could happen at some point. we need to do everything we can to prevent it. unfortunately i don't think we're doing as much as we can. >> reporter: president obama saying the u.s. is reducing the stockpile of highly enriched uranium urging other world leaders to do the same. >> the united states and russian nuclear arsenals are on track to be the lowest that they have been in six decades.
>> and earlier in the summit they focused on the iran nuclear agreement and concerns over north korea's nuclear weapons program. marcy gonzalez, abc news, new york. the race for the white house, the candidates have their eyes on the next big state in the primary process, wisconsin. but the overall front-runners are trailing in the latest polls there. abc news reporter devin dwyer is in milwaukee with the latest. >> reporter: after a rocky week for his campaign, donald trump is calling in reinforcements. >> i thank god that donald trump gets it. >> reporter: sarah palin joins trump on the stump in wisconsin. a major test for trump who's chances of clinching the nomination outright could be getting slim. >> today our campaign has beaten donald not once or twice or three times but in ten states all across this country. >> reporter: ted cruz leads by double digits in the latest
poll. even president obama taking a swipe at trump for taking japan and south korea should get nuclear weapons. >> the person who made the statement doesn't know much about foreign policy or nuclear policy or the korean peninsula or the world generally. >> reporter: cruz is so confident he's taking a detour to north dakota, delegates could help him block the nomination for trump. for the democrats april fool's was no laughing matter. >> secretary clinton owes us an apology. >> reporter: bernie sanders doubling down on the charge that hillary clinton accepts support from people in the oil and gas industry. and accusation that's getting under clinton's skin. >> so sick of the sanders campaign lying about me. >> reporter: the clinton campaign refuses to apologize calling his attack desperate and misleading. republican presidential candidate ted cruz will speak at the california republican
convention in burlingame later this month. cruz said up a strong support team in the state and started organizing volunteers last summer. donald trump and john kasich have been asked to speak at the convention. 172 delegates are up for grabs during the primary on june 7th. an la times poll says trump leads all but the vote should be closer than that. >> the bernie sanders campaign said it raised $44 million in march. the previous fund raising report of 43.5 million was reached in february. so far the sanders campaign received more than 6.5 million contributions from 2 million individual donors. sanders relies almost exclusively on small donations to finance his campaign. the average donation amount is just $27.
>> the city of philadelphia will officially apologize for the way it treated pioneering baseball great jackie robinson. the city council passed a resolution honoring the first black baseball player's achievements and apologize for the racism he faced when visiting the sister of brotherly love in 1947. he was taunted by then phillies manager ben chapman and refused service in a local hotel. the apology will be presented to his widow, rachel. ahead on the abc 7 morning news, a party in san francisco celebrating the long delayed start of crab season. but first, here's a live look outside from our abc 7 explore tore yum camera, lisa argen will have your full accuweather forecast in just a few minutes.
thanks so much for choosing us to start your day. here's a live look from downtown san jose just off the guadalupe parkway. cloudy right now but lisa returns in a little bit to let us know when to expect the sun. here in the bay area a program launched to help kids with autism could soon expand nationwide. it's called jumping for joy and
taps into the special bond between kids and dogs to help develop life skills. dan ashley has the story. >> cam on, charlotte. >> reporter: when we first visited the jumping for joy program at the marin humane society. we met zach, a spirited 17-year-old learning the art of communication, both as a person with autism and budding dog trainer. >> i told her to sit and gave her a cool treat. >> reporter: the program pairs kids living with autism with dogs. they are given the goal of guiding the dogs through an agility course while building communication and mutual trust. it was all of the brain child of rachel blackman who launched the program as a teenage volunteer then watched it take off. >> lots of kids were interested in doing it and kids that did it wanted to come back. i knew maybe we could do this bigger. >> reporter: several approached about jumping for joy so rachel and chelsea fairbanks began
putting together a curriculum and how to course to set the program up. >> the biggest challenge, making sure you have the volunteers and dogs you want to work with. >> reporter: the team got an initial boost from a $10,000 grant from a mental insight foundation. with that extra money they were able to present jumping for joy at the national conference for humane educators in south carolina. >> and that has sparked a ton of interest across the u.s., which is really exciting. >> reporter: now they are hoping to take jumping for joy nationwide, giving thousands of kids like zach the chance to break through the barriers of autism through a special bond they build themselves. >> jumping for joy! >> our thanks to dan ashley. proof that big things can start small, rachel blackman started this when she was in the girl scouts. >> good for her. that's great. good morning, we're looking at a good amount of cloud cover for
most of you but do have sunshine far inland. this is sfo. temperatures are in the 50s, no delays here. we'll see temperatures right around average, low 60s today. this will be one of the cooler locations, we're going to warm in the 70s around the bay and that's just the beginning, mini heat wave on the way and possible showers all in the seven-day outlook straight ahead. >> thanks. >> also ahead, warriors haven't lost at home since january of last year. that streak of 54 ended last night. what does this mean in the chase for history and best record
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welcome back, everyone, the farmer's market goes until 2:00 p.m. today. get out and enjoy hopefully some of the sunshine we expect later this afternoon. at long last the bay area's crab season is under way four and a half months late. a costly delay for months. all because of toxic algae that made the crab unsafe to eat. as abc 7 news reporter jonathan bloom explains, it was especially toxic for a fragile part of the economy. >> how is it? >> delicious. >> reporter: just unloaded the crab now and enjoying moment. >> let's crack that shell off. it's good, that's really good meat. >> reporter: the juicy reward for months of waiting. >> good afternoon, everyone. i smell like a crab and i'm
proud of it. >> reporter: the mayor couldn't be more relieved that what's left of san francisco's crab season is finally under way. >> little bit like thanksgiving in april. that's no april fool's. we've got our day finally. >> reporter: for four and a half months the crab fishery was closed, the bloom of toxic algae, the likes of which hadn't been seen in decades, officials assure the public. >> with 100% confidence that this crab is safe to eat. >> reporter: what may have been a worth while precaution for crab lovers nearly broke the industry. four and a half months is most of the season and where they make most of their money. >> let's not mince words, it has been a disaster. >> reporter: no one knows that better than jail. >> it sucked, i had to move out of my house here amonth ago and living on the boat here and any get it back. >> he wasn't alone. >> i had guys calling day and night, please, i need grocery fors for my kids.
>> losing boats and families and you've got these guys trying to make ends meet and can't bring in the money and then their wives leave them and lose their kids and out on the streets. that ain't no fun. >> reporter: california's federal lawmakers are seeking relief money and money for research to know why it invaded and whether it could happen again. >> i would like to think it's a one time thing but it's very smart to start getting ahead of the changing ocean conditions with better research. >> reporter: jonathan bloom, abc 7 news. >> our time is 8:47. lisa, you're tracking springlike weather for us. >> that usually means some changes and every couple of days we're going to see big changes for the next seven days. i'll explain coming up. right now live doppler 7 hf d, we have clouds around for most of you and low clouds and fog will bank up along the coast. a little more sunshine than what we'll experience. very subtle changes for the weekend.
bigger changes come as we start the workweek. as i widen the view here, clouds will be bumping into a ridge of high pressure in the next couple of days, that's going to keep us dry and seasonable. then the winds will shift. that's going to bring a big warm-up around here by tuesday. here's a look at the golden gate bridge. nothing but gray skies with 50 degrees for morgan hill and san francisco. it is 53? san jose and oakland with mountain view coming in at 54 degrees right now. cloudy for everyone in but over in our east bay hills around concord, you've had clearly skies and sunny up by the delta with the southwest wind. right now in santa rosa, five-mile visibility, 49 degrees, it's 50 in napa and novato. so today a couple more 70s coming into play and for mt. tam, should be a nice afternoon to get out and enjoy the weather with low clouds and fog returning tonight. it will be a little bit stronger tomorrow. the onshore push could bring more changes to your afternoon. but overall, we'll have mild
conditions, bay and inland for the weekend, possible records arriving tuesday and certainly wednesday where some neighborhoods could be flirting with 90 degrees but we abruptly bring a cooldown on thursday and bring showers back in the forecast for friday. 5 to 6-foot waves here along the bay area coastline, up to 8 feet in monlt ray bay, a risk of rip current and sneaker waves. pretty dangerous out there at the coast. we'll see almost a sunny afternoon everywhere. a couple of patches of fog around pacifica where numbers will be in the upper 50s in half moon bay and as we tour the bay, you'll notice getting a little warmer as we get away from san francisco. 61 with sun and 66. we've got the last game today for the bay bridge series. should be nice day, west wind at 10 to 15 miles an hour. 73 in walnut creek and warmest numbers by fairfield today. warmer than yesterday by a few
degrees. in san jose as we get towards monday and tuesday, winds go offshore, 81 on tuesday -- 90 on wednesday. then we're back into the 70s on thursday. here's friday across the bay. we've got pockets of rain an area of low pressure moving from the south could bring showers to southern california and could last into next saturday. we'll keep you posted. but temperatures around the bay today very comfortable. look for 69 in fremont. with 72 in san jose. 66 in san rafael and 73 in livermore, the seven hf day forecast, we'll see more clouds and stronger push tomorrow and monday should be breezy and winds turning offshore, tuesday and wednesday the warmest day of the week, cooler on thursday, hoping for some of that shower activity to reach all of us on friday. >> hoping for that rain but in the meantime we'll enjoy the sun. >> thanks. >> first time in 14 months the warriors lost a regular season game at oracle arena, the
celtics beat them by three points. their chances of breaking all time wins record is tougher as they need to win five of the last six games of the season. here's abc 7 news reporter larry beil in this morning's sports report. >> good morning, the road to 73 wins got a whole lot tougher for the warriors, they were perfect at home until last night. the celtics upset the dubs putting the run to history to serious jeopardy. steve kerr, named western conference coach of the month. turned over 13 times in the first half, steph had seven by himself. boston's d was very good but warriors war sloppy. they take the lead seized by two at the half. to the third quarter, steph starting to heat up, nice pass from klay and warriors up by four. the turnovers continued to plague the warriors, 22. isiah thomas, frontcourt went for 22. then steph, why not throw
neptune, splash, 21 on the third finish with 29 and nine turnovers. fourth quarter we go. celtics up seven and marcus smart, three to beat the clock, boston up 10. minute and a half left, c's by four. steph to the hoop and warriors within two. celtics get the ball back and nearly turn it over. thomas scores three-point game. with eight seconds left, warriors need a three and curry gets the ball and terrific look and he -- misses. harrison barnes desperation heave. no, warriors their perfect 36-0 record ends, 68-8, have to win five of the final six to break the all time record. >> to complete night in and night out when you're worn out. it takes a lot out of us when every game, you know is the other team's biggest game.
people are coming after us and i told the guys how proud i am of them for putting together an amazing streak and they got beat, outplayed us and deserved to win. we'll -- start over on sunday. >> against portland. sparky proving the five second rule is alive and well, dropped that corn dog. posey had three hits in the season opener, double down the left field line and 2-0 lead. top of the second, duffy flashing the leather. top of the third, two down and jake peevevy, and giants win 3-0. bay bridge series wraps up today in oakland. that's a wrap on morning sports, have a great weekend,
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festival, the indian spring event is the largest of its kind in the bay area with traditional singing and dancing and tossing of more than 5,000 pounds of colored powder. it runs from 11:00 to 3:00 today. the two-day celebration continues tomorrow and as a final weather check hopefully those folks will see the sunshine. >> they will, definitely will and temperatures climbing through the 60s, this is going to clear for most of us excepts in the north bay. and 65 in richmond and fremont and palo alto with 70s arriving in san jose and livermore, 73 in loss gatos. a little more cloud cover, stronger onshore push tomorrow. bringing warmth tuesday and how about heat and possible cooldown and showers next friday. >> don't say we didn't warn you about the heat. thanks for joining us. i'm chris nguyen, the news continues on facebook, mobile
announcer: jack hanna's "wild countdown" is sponsored by nationwide. jack: hi, everyone, i'm jack hanna, coming to you from my base camp here at the columbus zoo, and welcome to "wild countdown." why are there mysterious white black bears roaming the canadian rainforest? right through those alder branches is the white bear. why don't penguins freeze in all that snow? kathaleen, i don't see how anything survives out here. and why do male lions have long shaggy manes? wowee. looking right at me, too. today, we're out to solve the mysteries behind some of our favorite animals. oh, my gosh, what is that? adam: thats