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break can news tonight. a deadly confrontation san jose with an active homicide investigation right now. and ktvu has the only news crew on the scene. good evening one i'm frank somerville. >> and i'm julie haener. another homicide in san jose but this time police say it is not gang-related. wire learning that the victim and his attacker are related. we get the breaking news from
maureen naylor. 2900 block of huff avenue near the freeway interchange interstate 880 and highway 17 >> reporter: police tell us this was a fight among family members that turned deadly. it started inside in an upstairs apartment off huff avenue and spilled into the complex courtyard. tonight one relative is dead and another in police custody. as dozens of children played outdoors on this warm june evening, crime tape surrounded this west san jose apartment complex off winchester boulevard. >> we're quite certain this is not a gang-related homicide. it's more of a family matter. >> reporter: police tell us what started as a fight between two family members around 5:30 this evening ended up with one of the family members taken to the medical center and dying an hour later. >> someone died basically at the hands of someone else. >> reporter: police aren't sure what the fight was about.
>> three people that live upstairs i know there was people visiting from out of town. >> reporter: this neighbor who didn't want to be identified tells us a mother, husband and adult son live in the apartment. she says it's no surprise to hear of another disturbance with upstairs neighbors never of this magnitude. >> there has been disturbance in the past but i think it's normal with the family. >> reporter: tonight's homicide comes one week after a deadly stabbing around the corner. >> it seems to be really dangerous right now and kids playing around outside and i have my daughter and you can't even be out outside no more because what's going on. >> reporter: police at this hour remain here at the scene and plan to interview witnesses this evening. they dotel us this
gear walks out of a burning house and goes on a shooting spree. >> today's incident is not a college or school shooting. it's a series of shootings that occurred in the city of santa monica and culminated with a shooting that occurred at santa monica college. >> reporter: two people were found inside that burning house. a neighbor says the gunman walked out of the burning home hijacked one car and shot a woman in another. shortly after that he carried out a second round of shootings. >> a guy jumped out of a blue car and he had long curly hair like rasta hair and he jumped out of the car and started
blasting rounds from left to the right side, and then i was actually hiding under the dashboard because he was pointing at me. >> reporter: police say the suspect was shot and killed. >> the suspect headed toward the library shot at women on the campus before entering the library. the officers directly engaged the suspect and he was shot and killed on the scene. >> reporter: making matters more difficult airspace was closed because the president was at a fundraiser three miles from where the shootings took place. the event was not affected. more details now police say the gunman acted alone and that a person of interest arrested during the rampage has now been released. at this point police have not identified the gunman but they have confirmed that he was related to the first two victims found in the house. the la times is reporting those victims were the gunman's father and brother. triple digit heat in parts of the bay area. we found these children cooling off in a fountain in livermore
where the temperature climbed to 100 degrees. and the weather is expected to be even warmer tomorrow. >> our meteorologist tracking the weather. >> temperatures did soar up especially inland. livermore 102 degrees that is a record. the old record set back in 1973, 101 degrees. but a big range. it wasn't warm everywhere. san francisco 68 degrees. key headline for tomorrow near 100 inland once again. in fact tomorrow morning off to a mild start 50s and 60s. a lot of colors to show you here. 60s coastside, 70s and 80s right around the bay. triple digit heat once again the warmest locations to reach upper 90s to right around 102 degrees. but some changes for the second half of the weekend. we'll have more on that in a few minutes and a closer look at the forecast high in your neighborhood. with this heat obviously
comes high fire danger. contra costa fire says it's at a high level dispartnership. >> we're going to staff more people earlier on the fire. we don't let things get too out of control. >> the combination of wind, high temperatures and dry bush is a cause for concern. parts of northern california, including lake county are under a red flag warning. organizers of the rodeo in livermore taking extra precautions because of the heat. they have rented additional carts to help the elderly. tents and misters are set up and vendors are stocked up with plenty of gatorade and water. >> the air alert is being extended through tomorrow. the air quality management district issues an alert. they are asking people to cut back on driving to reduce
pollution. people with risper tore ishs are advised to limit time outdoors. all of our meteorologists post their forecast to twitter and facebook and you can find detailed information on our mobile apps. happening in san francisco a stretch of busy market street is closed to all cars and bicycles because of a 24 hour re paving project. department of public works crews are laying down about 1300 tons of new asphalt on the lanes that are closest to the curb. some bus lines are being rerouted because of the construction. market street is closed now between van nuys and 6th street it will be closed until tomorrow night. other parts of market will be repaved later on this month and next month. the price tag for the san francisco 49ers new stadium went up again today. the new estimate is $1.3 billion. that's about a hundred million dollars more than the last estimate. this cost increase will cover unspecified new elements that
the team says will quote enhance the fan experience. the 49ers also say they are paying for the additional features, not the city of santa clara. the labor department's monthly employment report is showing steady job growth nationwide. the labor department attributes the increase to more people beginning to look for work. the economy actually added 175,000 jobs in may indicate a modest pace of growth. still suggesting the economy has a way to go to full recovery. wall street liked the jobs report and stocks rallied. the dow industrials gained 207 points for its best day in 5 months. nasdaq added 45. the jobs numbers seem to hit a sweet spot indicating growth but not so much growth to end government stimulus. we're learning of suspicious transactions appearing on the credit and debit cards of customers at raley's supermax. we first told you last night
raley's computer system was hacked recently. amber lee is live in the park after speaking with one customer who says she was a victim. >> reporter: frank, the customer tells me she shopped here at this raley'last tuesday and hours later someone used her debit card number to make a purchase out of state. >> got it in today's mail. >> reporter: she bought groceries at raley's. she received an alert. someone tried to use her account number to charge a 224- dollar purchase at a walgreen's in ohio. >> oh, my god, this is unbelievable, absolutely unbelievable. >> reporter: strange suspected a connection since the raley charge and suspicious charge were the only ones on her debit card. she says she contacted us after seeing our report. >> somebody doesn't check their banking account before you know it they are not going have any money. so it's a rampant horrible
thing going on. >> last thursday we were notified by a major credit card company they had seen suspicious activity in relation to our network. >> reporter: the supermarket chain operates more than 30 stores in the bay area. raley's tells us it has heard from customers via facebook e- mail and toll free customer service phone number reporting fraudulent charges made out of state. strange thought her case was an isolated incident until she saw our report. >> i'm a little angry. i think a big company like raley's they need to put in steps so it can't happen to them. >> reporter: strange tells me despite what happened, she plans to shop at raley's again and she will likely use her debit card. but she'll be checking her accounts online more often. live in roanoke park amber lie ktvu channel 2 news. the death of a serial killer who terrorized california. >> just sleepness nights and very scared he was going to
tonight 7:00 this evening. this is all part of mcly more flash mob day. they sent out an invitation than youtube showing folks all the dance moves. they asked everyone who wanted to dance and spread a little joy to come and join them with that flash mob. at this hour a half dozen people are sleeping in trees to protest development in san francisco. deborah v live at hayes valley where annie conviction notice has been served but ignored. >> reporter: frank they say they are in it for the long haul and you can see one of their tree platforms up there behind us. it's an embattled patch in the middle of the city. that is 30 feet up for michael cliff who says he learned to climb in the army. >> i'm rather to sleep rather
comfortably. >> reporter: the tries trees like everything on this parcel are set to be raised. >> it's really good soil here. >> reporter: an urban farm left as planned after five years and the protesters took root. in a week establishing all the necessities of a campground they say as many as 100 camp out by day. >> we're losing our farms and gardens to housing determination alone. we want to spark a community dialogue and conversation. >> reporter: the protesters want to enlist neighborhood residents to get the project reversed. some sympathetic. >> yes. i think they have something to stand for, and we need someone to stand for it. >> reporter: others pragmatic. >> condos will come at a certain time hopefully it will be peaceful. >> i can't wait for them to be
kicked out. >> reporter: some are fed up. >> none of these people look like i want them in the neighborhood. >> reporter: a tree crew showed up to work. when push comes to show will protesters surrender. >> it depends what kind of deal i can strike with whoever is asking me to come down. >> reporter: protesters plan a community festival and forum here tomorrow afternoon hoping to build more neighborhood support. so far police have made no attempts to clear had this city owned land. reporting live in san francisco ktvu channel 2 news. sutter health officials said the the personal information of about 4500 patients may be compromised. investigators say those involved were patients. letters went out today to the affected patients. evidence of the stolen information turned up during a drug bust in oakland last
monday isn't. the data may include addresses, social security numbers birth dates and employers. >> it's a personal thing, and you're going in to get surgery or whatever, and it should be between the hospital and the patient. >> less than two years ago another security breach involving four million sutter patients led to a billion dollar lawsuit. the hospital would not go on camera to explain the latest breach any further. continuing coverage now of president obama's short visit to the bay area. the president left on air force one for moffitt field 10:00 this morning. he was heading to southern california. the president was here for fundraisers and to talk about his healthcare plan. what ended up dominating the headlines was actually the president's defense of the government surveillance of millions of americans. ktvu janet k is here with a look at the controversy. >> reporter: president obama said the secret surveillance has been a useful tool to fight
terrorism. critics say it's being asked to trust the government's actions without oversight. i'm profoundly opposed to this. >> reporter: the secret surveillance has drawn out differing opinions. >> nobody is listening to your telephone calls. >> reporter: president obama said his administration is trying to balance national security and privacy. >> you can't have a hundred percent security and also then have a hundred percent privacy and zero inconvenience. >> reporter: this week a u.s. intelligence document surfaced showing officials ordered verizon to hand over millions of customers records with the times locations and phone numbers of both international and domestic calls. also coming to light reports that the government is monitoring customers e-mails, documents, photos and online chats over 9 internet providers
such as google microsoft yahoo and apple. a report today suggests u.s. intelligence agencies have also monitored credit card data. >> when i pay for something or when i go buy a book, what i'm reading what i'm buying is my business. >> sifting through this so- called met a data, they may i dent fee potential leads with may, identify potential leads. >> electronic surveillance laws haven't kept up we need to update them in meaningful ways. >> this is relevant to an authorized investigation, and that's a pretty light standard. >> reporter: attorney of the electronic frontier foundation says right now they have a lawsuit challenging the government's surveillance policies and the outcome could be impacted by this week's revelation. so a big deal with all of this.
>> janet what's the legal basis that the government is using here to monitor all these phone calls and records? >> reporter: well, the president was asked that and one of the main things that this comes understand it's under the patriot act which the president actually extended until 2015, but you can bet it will be a hot topic next week when the fbi director goes to capitol hill. janet thank you. president obama is now in southern california in the desert for two day summit with the new leader of china. president obama and the china president are meeting. the u.s. has accused china of hacking. president obama met the chinese ledder in march and they decided another meeting was in order. warm hot weather pattern across most of the bay area. you notice over the past few hours the fog clearing from the
coast especially south of the golden gate bridge. i'm expecting to patchy going to redevelop late tonight into early tomorrow morning. it is still warm out there right now during the 10:00 hour. it is 83 degrees in livermore. san jose currently 74 san francisco the cool spot in the 50s. forecast highs for tomorrow still on the hot side. look at the upper 90s to triple digits out toward livermore, 102 degrees. san jose 90. oakland at 80 degrees san francisco 72. but some big changes for the second half of the weekend coming up how a system in southern california will cause our temperatures to tumble as we head into sunday. union security guards are claiming a major victory tonight after a dramatic protest in san francisco led to a number of arrests. 5,000 security officers won a tentative agreement on a new union contract that increases their wage, offers paid sick days and healthcare. yesterday demonstrators supporting the officers were arrested for blocking the intersection of first and market streets in an act of
incident.. a store at the great mall was turned into a crime scene as police tried to figure out how a fight inside sports authority turned deadly. as ktvu's robert honda reports this is the first homicide of the year in milpitas. >> reporter: the popular sports authority store at the great mall in milpitas was shut down as police investigate touchdown city's first homicide of 2013. police responded to a call just before 11:00 a.m.
that two males were fighting inside and that a weapon was involved. mall workers weren't sure what was going on. >> it's kind of a little daunting, but i mean, it's just a little crazy that they are shutting everything down this happened and people on the other side of the mall have no idea. >> reporter: police say it all happened face the fight and the arrest. >> officer arrived on scene in 13 seconds and was able to take the suspect in custody. on the scene they discovered another individual halves deceased at the scene. >> reporter: police are not saying what kind of weapon was used or the ages involved but the killing did not result from a shooting. the great mall is cooperating with police and committed to the safety of retailers an customers. still some mall workers said they would have liked more information. >> i wish would have came in and notified us be on alert or be on the lookout. >> reporter: police say
investigators were still questioning the person arrested well into the evening hours and they believe he's the only person involved in the killing and emphasized there is no additional public threat. robert handa ktvu channel 2 news. authorities have identified a woman found dead in a ravine. the victim has been identified trisha hop. the sheriff's office said she had no permanent address but did have ties to pleasanton. her body was found by a hiker yesterday in west marin. investigators say her injuries appeared suspicious. an actress from texas has been arrested in connection with those ricin tainted letters sent to president obama and new york mayor michael bloomberg. 5-year-old shannon richardson appeared in federal court in texas today. the fbi said she first told investigators her husband sent the letters. then she said her husband forced her to send the letters.
richardson has had small roles in two tv series the walking dead and the vampire diaries. the online bidding is over for the annual lunch with billionaire investor warren buffet it went for $1,000,100 and that money will be going to the glide foundation in san francisco. there is the 14th year warren buffet has auctioned off a lunch to benefit glide. he gives a hundred percent to the glide foundation. $1million is a lot of money but it's actually not even close to last year's top bid of nearly $3.5 million. no word yet on who the winning bidder was. a notorious serial killer is dead the fine chapter for the inmate known as the night stalker. >> without the funding i don't know how we will continue. >> it's a good thing for oakland but is tonight the last first friday. our story in 3 minutes. our story in 3 minutes. and a reminder you can get [ male announcer ] citibank's app for ipad
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last wednesday afternoon when it sped off. the car finally stopped at 77th and bancroft avenues and pete'ss and two other men ran out. after a chase police say an officer confronted peters saw he was armed and fired his gun at him. investigators say peters did have a stolen weapon, but have not said if he fired it at officers or if he pointed the weapon at them. no officers were hurt. oakland police were increasing the amount of officers on the street in weekend as part of a crackdown on site shows. chp officers will be patrolling if the city as part of their partnership with the oakland police department. you may recall last week 3 people were shot during a side show at 106th avenue and macarthur boulevard. police say the warm weather this weekend could also cause problems because more people may be out raising the potential for violence. oakland is holding its first friday festival tonight it is an event that organizers say puts more art and less violence on the streets, but
as ktvu's new el walker reports funding is running out and organizers are scrambling to keep tonight's first friday from being the last. >> reporter: once a month a little corner of oakland closes itself off from the rest of the city. the streets become stores. >> there's not that much space but i'm making an impact. >> reporter: the sidewalks an artist canvas. >> it's temporary, so, i can let it go. i don't have to be so critical and hard on myself. >> reporter: the monthly first friday festival could be as temporary as 8 tracks chalk art. >> without the funding i don't know how it will continue. >> reporter: an voluntary organizing comply hasn't committee hasn't been able to come up with the $20,000 it needs. the city expanded first fridays to include street closures and security. in february there was a deadly shooting as the festival was ending.
participants say first fridays fridays aren't part of the problem they are part of the solution. >> the reason you have police force you're trying to stop violence. if you have creative things people are doing creative things that stops violence. >> reporter: five blocks of creative energy one day out of the month. the city funding for it may be temporary. >> artists will never be just temporary. it was going before the money was there. >> reporter: as artists get new organizers they will get creative using claude funding and maybe some grants in order to keep this from being the last first friday. san francisco pride board is standing by its decision not to allow u.s. army private bradley manning to an honor grand marshal. it only came later in a statement the debate has caused some divisions. >> what their responsibility is, is to bring together all the crazy disparate parts of
the lg b t community and bring us together. he's being court-martialed sending documents to wikileaks. some say he's a tray for. a driver in hayward is blaming a lack of warning signs for hitting a building. the accident happened before 3:00 30 this morning near a street. a traffic project in the area is redirecting cars into a one- way loop and that proved to be confusing for the man who hit the cvs store. >> this came out of out of nowhere basically. warning signs you're supposed to go this way. >> other drivers have also complained about the new configuration. hayward public works officials say they feel that the signage is adequate. they also say they will look into the matter after the police establish the cause for this morning's accident. news of the world in mexico city hundreds of police officers are patrolling a violent neighborhood.
two masked gunmen went into a gym and killed four people late yelled. it happened in a neighborhood where drugs and contraband change hands and 12 people vanished from there two weeks ago. in israel thousands of people took part in the 15th annual gay pride parade in tel aviv. tourists from around the world came for the celebration. tel aviv is one of the most gay friendly cities an one of the few place necessary the middle east to welcome gays. in london britain's prince phillip is hospitalized tonight after undergoing exploratory abdominal surgery at a private clinic. his progress is said to be satisfactory. officials are not releasing details on his condition. queen elizabeth's husband is going to turn 92 on monday. he is expected to remain in the clinic to about 2 weeks. human rights was the topic of a town hall meeting today in the south bay. it was focused on the vietnamese american community. san jose congresswoman and u.s.
ambassador took questions this afternoon. laufgren has been a strong advocate for vietnamese americans and recently introduced legislation that would bar vietnam to enjoy trade. a newcomb difficult film featuring a new comedy vince vaughn and a movie goer said while it doesn't break any new ground it e found it enjoyable. >> the snap he back and forth patter and some of the individual jokes made it a little unique and they were funny. >> some critics say the movie highlights the africa shun between generations friction
. the fbi is offering a $5,000 reward tonight for information leading to three men involved in four take over bank robberies including 3 bank jobs in just the past week. a bank of america in san francisco was hit yesterday. the fbi says these men are daring. their mo includes pointing guns at customers and jumping over the teller's counter to grab money. most robbers slip the teller a note. one man said he saw the three
suspects yesterday. he heard someone shouting go, go. >> two pulled a mask off one didn't. he was the last one to get in. i looked at them and said my god they just robbed that bank. >> the fbi says they should be considered armed and dangerous. the robbers hit two other banks in san francisco. the night stalker is dead. as mike mibach reports richard ramirez tied at marin general hospital after spending years on death road at san quentin. >> reporter: the aviator and long waiver he black hair. >> i was 6 or 7. boobie trapping the house with aluminum cans on the doors. >> reporter: the night stalker gives stephanie a cold chill of fear. >> it was sleep necessary sleepless nights. >> reporter: he looked for unlocked doors and windows.
left satanic signs at murder scenes killed at least 13 people. victims were raped strangled slashed or shot. the killing spree ended when he was captured in 1985. four years later he was sentenced to death and sent to san quentin. >> he's been reserved. he has a guy who hasn't went to the yard and exercised. >> reporter: he regarded ramirez a number of times. >> he was been caught with things we don't allow inmates to have which is lighters or whatever the case case may be. he has exposed himself to staff. >> he was a pure,. >> reporter: san francisco police chief said in 1984 he killed a 9-year-old girl. he was assigned to a night stalker task force. a man was killed in his home near lake merced. he ran into ramirez in the hall of justice after he was charged with the killing. >> if you just saw him you
knew there was something wrong just the dead eyes. he was sort of this the window just standing there like it was a picture window. >> reporter: a spokesperson for the marin county sheriff's office says ramirez died of natural causes related to live failure. he was 53 years old. reporting outside of san quentin mike mibach ktvu channel 2 news. a grand jury in ohio has returned a 329 count indictment against a man from cleveland who's accused of holding three women captive for the past decade. ariel castro is facing 177 counts of kidnapping and 139 counts of rape. he's also facing charges of aggravated murder for allegedly forcing the women to have miss carriages. castro was arrested last month after one of the women got the attention of a neighbor who then helped her escape from the home. he's currently being held on $8 million bail and is scheduled to be arraigned next week. a new drug to help fight obesity is about to come on the
market. arena pharmaceuticals say weight loss drug will be available next week. the food and drug admission approved it with at least one medical complication such as diabetes or high cholesterol. it's one of only two new drugs approved by the fda for long term weight loss in more than a decade. temperatures nearing 100 degrees. how hot it's going to get in your area this weekend and your complete bay area forecast. punishing pg&e for the san bruno blast. we reveal the stark contrast between what the city wants and what investigators think is fair. you kids should count yourselves lucky. we didn't have u-verse back in my day. you couldn't just... guys... there you are. you know you couldn't just pause a show in one room, then... where was i... you couldn't pause a show in one room then start playing it in another. and...i'm talking to myself...
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permanently. john fowler explains what today's announcement means for california's energy needs. >> reporter: at its berkeley headquarters friends of the earth called the nuclear plant closing a victory. >> i don't think people quite realize what serious situation we were in. >> reporter: the troubled power plant near san diego had a radioactive leak and design problems prompting charges that southern california edison misled regulators. >> i wouldn't say we were in a if you can talk shim a type situation but there was a awful lot of parallels. >> reporter: power for 1.4 million homes unavailable but yet california has had no significant brown outs or blackouts. the economic slowdown had reduced electrical use as uc berkeley energy resources chair daniel cameron. >> low growth rate we expected but also renewables are coming online in quite a reasonable way. >> reporter: he says big solar and improvements in efficiency make nuclear powerless
important even with demand now ticking up. pg&e diablo canyon providing 20% of the power to northern california. it sits on newfound earthquake fault and the nagging problem of waste is still unresolved. >> the right decision is to keep low carbon technologies on the table. that includes nuclear. the problem is that new nuclear plants can cost up to $20 billion. >> reporter: pro nuclear activists say new reactor designs can reduce costs and almost eliminate waste but politics have blocked critical federal funding for this funding. more details now that plant has been off line since january of last year following the discovery of that small radiation leak. pulling the plug will mean 1100 workers are going to lose their jobs. and by law southern california edison is required to store the plant's spent fuel and plans to do so on-site. the city of san bruno
filed legal arguments calling for pacific gas and electric company to be fined the maximum pretax penalty for the deadly explosion in 2010. that amount is $3.85 billion. today's filing comes after the california public utilities commission proposed a lower penalty of $2.5 billion involving credits and tax benefits. four cpcu attorneys quit in protest over that proposal calling it unlawful. neither pg&e or the cpuc commented publicly on the filings. apple has reached a deal with sony for its new music streaming service. >> it's expected to announce i radio on monday. apple has signed all three major muck labels. it's expected to be a free ad base service that uses preferences to tailor music selections. a popular san francisco
cafe forced to shut its doors over complaints about the restaurant's smell has found a new home. the owner of bacon bacon says starting on wednesday it will temporarily operate out of the music hall brick and mortar in the mission district. in may the restaurant was forced to move from it's upper hate neighborhood after complaints about the strong bacon smell coming from its kitchen. a city hearing regarding that location is expected next month. the first named storm of the atlantic hurricane season is losing steam as it moves up the east coast. but andrea is still bringing high winds and heavy rainfall to the mid atlantic states and new england. flood warnings have been issued in many new york and new jersey counties. the storm is being blamed for one traffic related death in virginia. we do have another round of warm and hot temperatures away from the shoreline. of course today we have clear skies but the beaches lots of fog keeping things on the cool side.
over the past few hours that fog kind of being stripped away especially north of the golden gate bridge. this is the satellite loop over the past 3 hours. right now the fog concentrated around monterey bay closer to santa cruz and another partnership in the pacific that could be approaching our shoreline later tonight and into tomorrow morning. beautiful time lapse imagery here looking out toward the golden gate bridge and the clouds moving over the coastal hills. you see the clear skies up board. i took a walk outside the studios still clear skies right now. overnight lows will be pretty mild. 50s and 60s. concord forecast low of 62 degrees. livermore mid-60s. some patchy fog returning coastside first thing tomorrow morning so it could be a factor. inland hot forecast. livermore once again tomorrow morning as we showed you off to a mild start 65 degrees. by 12:00 lunchtime already 90. by 4:00, 102 degrees.
the elevated fire danger, by temperature range once again mid-60s for our beaches. >> the warmest location out toward the central valley topping 100 easily. the system moves in from son california temperatures drop 10 to 15 degrees sunday into monday. and there's even a little bit of instability associated with this system enough that he won't do have to bring in a slight chance of an isolated thunderstorm. this would be for sunday lasting on through monday morning. our main concern is not a lot of moisture with this so it could produce dry lightning and it could potentially trigger a fire. you can count on the hot temperatures tomorrow. patchy fog tomorrow morning near parts of the coast. lots of clear skies napa fairfield and livermore. forecast highs lower 90s. st. helen a 100 degrees. around the bay warming up to the upper 70s lower 80s.
triple digits around live moon. san jose forecast high of 90. san francisco lower 70s a little warmer than today keeping the 60s out toward pacific a. your five-day forecast with your weekend always in view and tomorrow clearly the hottest day of the weekend a big cooling trend by sunday. possibly some drizzle first thing monday morning. so if you're not a big fan of this heat you will notice a big change first thing sunday morning as the fog makes a comeback. >> quick spike in temperatures. >> big changes. >> be careful with the animals with the heat. >> good idea. >> thanks mark. father's day is a week from sunday and a new survey shows americans will be spending more on dad this year. according to the national retail federation, the average person will spend more than $119 on gifts this year. that's up from about $117 last year. total spending for facts father's day is expected to reach $13.3 billion. well america's cup contender artemis racing confirmed today it will compete for the cup but will likely
start late. there had been concerns the swiss team would drop out after the death of a team member during a training accident. america's cup race managers released a new schedule for the challenger series that cuts the number of round robin race days from 5 a week to four. mark is here with the sports. the a's are playing some remarkable baseball they are on fire. >> yeah. i said that to you earlier they got to rethink possible when it comes to this team. they are rolling. nobody's won more games than them in the american league and yeah you can say hello to the first place a's as of tonight. unquestionably the smokingest team in baseball. 18 wins in their last 21. didn't wait until the last season to overhaul the rangers. white soxjared parker solid but taken deep by tyler flowers the sox catcher. 3-0 chicago in the 6th. a's load the bases. josh donaldson this guy all of a sudden he's an all-star third
baseman. 4-3. 9th inning. former giants connor gillespie he thinks he's hit a game tying home run in the 9th inning. josh redick thinks otherwise. get up and over the right fielder. save number 15. a's win again 4-3. a few sure things in life death taxes an paul goldsmith beating the giants for w a home run. matt cane one of his best performances 7 strong innings. goldsmith hit into two double plays and struck out. it looked like he wouldn't beat the giants and they are able to get to the arizona staff for a run with two outs. gregor blanco with a clean single to right center scores pablo. 1-0. 8th inning two outs two on for arizona jeremy at field
hadn't gone 62 and a third innings not allowing a homer. goldsmith takes him deep. sooner or later that guy gets to you. he's having an all-star year him several. 3 run homer 3-1 d-backs take the ball game. second half of sports wrap back east we got a hole in one we need to slow you and it is we need to slow you and it is not the cup i gotta go deposit a check, transfer some money. so it's your uncle's turn. what? wait, wait, wait... no, no, no, wait, wait. (baby crying) so you can deposit a check... with the touch of a finger. so you can arrange a transfer in the blink of an eye. so you can help make a bond...
. completely smothered probably be a good way to describe what happened to the nhl's highest scoring team swept in fact shut out scoring only 2 goals in four games. boston slams the door on pittsburgh. third period all about the december. in fact defenseman adam mcquade scores the only goal of the game with a top shelf flapper while tuck as his second shut out of the series ends it 4-0 sweep and they wait a winner la chicago black hawks up 3 in the west. lpga happening in new york. it doesn't get better than this. yanni sank 8 iron put to work on the par 3, 15th. earn with that shot she's three
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