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>> good morning. thanks for joining us on this saturday morning. i'm katie marzullo. let's start with a quick look at the weather with meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning. oakland is sitting at 67 this morning. so the 50s confined in santa rosa, napa and up in novato. we are look at numbers elsewhere low and mid-60s. temperatures today, once again soaring. we are clear and mind this morning but the fog is nowhere to be seen. temperatures this afternoon near 100 degrees in the inland east bay. but look at all the 90s.
suit in san jose, mid-80s san francisco and in the 70s along the coast. i'll let you know how long the warmth will last and when the cooling trend gets underway coming up. katie. >> thank you. new this morning san jose police are learning more about the shooting at the time of a man on the east side. several people reported hearing shots on gilchrist drive around 9:30 last night. office efforts arrived and found a man ted moment arrests made but they are entering viewing someone called a possible suspect. they haven't said if it's gang-related. it's the 35th homicide of 2013. and also new cries remaining on seen for several ours after powsing out a fire in san jose. the fire broke out inside a warehouse on north wing road near mayberry road around 11:00 last night. extra fire crews raced to the scene after the flames spread to
two adjoining buildings. nobody was hurt. investigators do not know yet who started the fire. >> we are learning more this morning about the woman killed by a san francisco wreck and park truck. christine scanemy was enjoying the day with her baby when she was run over. now we learn the man accused of killing her is out of jail. >> 35-year-old christine was run over and killed by a san francisco pork maintenance truck at the park. she was a wife and mother to an 11-month-old daughter. she was a ze they co-workers said christy was pull of passion, energy and kindness. her high level of enthusiasm affected everyone she touched. she was also a dancer and performed with a group out of
ohio. we spoke to the dance director over the phone. >> she was a real beautiful, loving heart. anytime you saw her she was always smiling and had nothing but wonderful things to say. >> police believe 57-year-old tom burnoski was the man who killed her. police found him a few blocks way and arrested him. he's been placed on unpaid leave while police investigate what happened. he's worked as a gardner for the park didn'tins 2006. burnsoki is also dealing with a loss. his daughter was killed in a crash in fresno. abc news. >> christine has bolt many meals for her family and they are getting donations to keep sending meals to her young daughter and husband. if you would like to help, we have a link under "see it on
tv.". >> the family of a man killed by officers in sunnyvale is angry about what an investigation into the shooting has revealed. the 34-year-old man was killed wednesday. it happened during an undercover drug sting. they were at a restaurant where officers say they bought a pound of methamphetamine from morales. they sailed he threatened him and made a movement that looked like he was reaching for a weapon. six officers opened fire and morales was hit several times. officers it not find any weapons on him or in his truck. his family he tells you also they are upset with how many times he was shot and that no weapon was found. the six veteran officers are on paid leave during the investigation. dive teams will be out again today searching for a man who tis napped lake shasta who was swimming with his friends. the 18-year-old went under water while swimming with his friends.
emnever reyou are passed. five teams have been unable to find him so far. president obama had address the nation on tuesday in an efforts to gain support with a military strike against syria. he wants the strike in response to a chemical attack the obama administration says was carried out by the syrian forecast. about hatch of the house and about a third of the senate remain undecided. >> there's no question what is coming in is overrecommendingly negative. >> it's conceivable at the end of the day i don't persuade a majority of the american people that it's the right thing to do. >> yesterday all nonessential u.s. personnel were ordered to leave lebanon because of security concerns ahead of the possible strike. here in the bay area several groups are planning demonstrations this weekend to convey their feelings about possible u.s. intervention in sear -- syria.
>> we need to know what we are to go before we do it. >> i think it's a no-win in the long-term. >> while lawmakers debate whether to support president obama's call for a limited military strike in syria, others in the bay area have already made up their minds. >> we're very much against u.s. intervention in syria. >> rick was with the mount deabably peace and justice center, a group that will demonstrate against u.s. involvement in syria saturday in walnut creek. >> basically without a history of false information, it really needs to be investigated. there's no -- the u.s. shouldn't be the policemen of the world, let alone the judge, jury and executioner. >> isolates probably the first step in a long and slippery to war. >> the president obama can make a good case for taking limited
military action against syria. >> what they would to is ratchet up the cost of using weapons of mass destruction against people in syria. >> think he's making a hop rain dust choice. >> she said one heinous act shouldn't be followed up by another in a region that's already suffered so much. >> i don't think that we have any clue about what is going to be -- what's going to happen if we do this. you know, here you have the middle east, which is already in bad shape. >> while many lawmakers have made up their minds about potential u.s. action, others like east bay congressman want to see the details of the president's proposal before making a final decision. laura anthony, abc7 nice. the rim fire in and around yosemite national park is now the third largest fire in california history. it's 80% contained.
this morning state route 120, which has been closed since the rim fire began, is back open. the fire to the -- the fire temperature to the san francisco water and power system could reach nearly $30 million. repairs are underway to the roof and transmission lines at the hetch hetchy res score and hydroelectric powerhouse. the city spent about $900,000 for other power sources during the shut down. water service for bait area residents was not affect. a man accused of killing a popular supervisor in san jose is held without bell. a woman was found ted inside her minivan outside an elementary school. the suspect, oscar, has been charged with murder. he did not enter a plea yesterday. police say the two new each other but have not said how. details of the case have been sealed during the investigation. he is expected back in court
next friday. >> a married couple tubed. landlords from hell have been sentenced in san francisco. here they, kip and nicole macy. one of their tenants came to court. he said the sentence doesn't go far enough. we have more from the hall of justice. >> kip and nicole macy already new their fate when they talked into the croom. their four year, four-month sentence was part of the me teal made in june. nevertheless, their attorney chris sighted the sentence for being draconian. >> we had meetings, talked bat facts in chambers in this case and i believe it is not a draconian sentence, it a reasonable sentence. >> they have been convicted of burglary, stalking in an effort to get tenants to move out of their buildings. macy as us toed their tenants bed with ammonia, cut out sections of support beams and cut holes in the floor.
cut telephone lines, cutoff gas and power and repeatedly changed the location. one man said their sentence isn't long enough. he was a live-in building managering at the time and still fierce for his safety. >> i know they have a criminal mind. i can expect anything from them. they can hurt somebody. that's why i worry about my security. >> i am going to give you credit for having served. >> the macy's have already served nearly three years in sentence. one was spent in jail in italy where the couple was arrested by italy police. >> here is their attorney. >> it is tragic.. >> the macy's should be out of prison in about a year. in san francisco, lilian kim, abc7 news. >> the warm weather and eventful weekend may mean trouble for bay area roadways, especially with
driver's ting to jam the new bay bridge. the america's cup finals again today with oracle team usa taking on emrats team new deal land and both bay area baseball teams are in town. the a's taking on the houston astros and the giants taking on the diamondbacks. tomorrow is the football season opener. lots of good stuff. >> we have a couple temperatures in the 50s, but with no sea breeze out there. our sea breeze this afternoon is cutoff. we are talking about a very warm take. here's a look from our emeryville camera. actually it is vollmer peak, showing a nice view out there. plenty of sun but a little too hot in the takes ahead. i'll detail it for you next. >> thank you. also coming up, the race for america's kip starts today. and journey to the moon.
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>> welcome back. so glad you can join us at 5:14 this saturday morning. this is a live look gate bridge. lots of weather to enjoy. can you believe it's 66 degrees in san francisco already in morning? you are looking at a high of 85. lisa argen will be along shortly to fill us in on the rest of the hotspots this weekend. happening today, apple will unveil it's newest retail store at the stanford shopping center. cupertino-based apple informed it's faithful followers the store will open at 10:00 a.m.
ing it replace an orlando apple store at stanford. the first 1500 customers will receive a free commemorative t-shirt. their design will influence how their other new stores will look. the next i-phone hasn't even been announced yet but fans are lining up to get it. some thought they would be clever and be the first two people in line but when they showed up to the apple store in new york yesterday, two people were already waiting. apple is expected to announce its apple 5-f tuesday and release it in about two weeks. >> get comfortable, folks. >>. >> and also knew the san franciscoer 49ers had open a new shop. they have retail stores also in palo alto and san jose. former great rodger cray will sign autographs during the opening day ceremonies.
fans can also mean mechanics. gold rush cheerleading squad. the america's cup begins today. emrats team new zealand will challenge the oracle. the kiwis need to win nine races to capture the cup. oracle has to win 11 because the team was penalized earlier this week for cheating. the america's cup trophy dates back 162 years. america is on its way back to the moon right now. scientists at n.a.s.a. in mountain view are lead, the way. they launched an exploration satellite they built and tested themselves. allen wong has the story from moffett field. >> two, one, liftoff! >> thousands came out to n.a.s.a. ames to witness who had never been ton before. for the first time scientists here built and tested their own
lunar explorer. >> exciting. it's a wonderful time to be here. >> this is great capability that made n.a.s.a. ames a flight center where we can punishment and fly our own satellites from here. >> how many astronauts are on ladty? >> zero. >> he's right. it's a 180 take unmanned mission to explore the tuft, like microscopic glass. they will send complex data from deep space to earth using laser light instead of radio waves. >> to town load a high definition movie from the moon right now would take hundreds of hours using current technology. with a laser communication system we can to it in under ten minutes. >> investors offer wall street are watching closely because it could revolutionallize the way we communicate.
trouble not enough fuel for ladty to return on this mission so n.a.s.a. will crash it into the moon. but it's part of a new, reusable low-cost generation of spacecraft and now more could be built at ames. in mountain view, allen wong, abc7 news. we are learning more this morning about the tanningers of arsenic found in rice. in a new study arsenic was found in 1300 samples of rice and rice products. brown rice had the highest levels. instant rice had the lowest. the amount is so small they say it's safe to eat but you should manage your diet. it's a you be is stance found naturally inned soil. there a recall affecting three lots of motrin lots, original barry fever used tore greeting fevers and aches in children under two.
medicine may be contaminated with a plastic used in teflon coating. we have the lot anybody's on our website. abc7 news.com. once you are there click on "see it on tv." >> live findingfs uber is taking riders back this season. this one is spot on polk and union was designed to look just like the time machine from the movie "back to the future." love it. this weekend some lucky users will be able to track it down. open the app between noon and nine and try to spot the delaurean icon. very cool. more than 1100 northern california hence flown to new york on a private plane are now at their final test nation. hence are living out their days on a cage-free farm in upstate new york. a private donor paid $50,000 for them to be shipped to the farm.
they left wednesday from hayward executive airport. the hence are too old to lay eggs and they would have been killed. now they get probably the best retirement ever. enjoying life on a farm. sounds all right. hot here in the bay area this weekend? >> yeah. on the farm today up in petaluma, very, very warm. we are talking plenty of 90s, unless you are right at the immediate coast you will be sweating out there. 70s half moon became or near 70s. here's the live doppler 7ht. itit is a spare the air take toy with poor air quality in parts of the bay and practically no sea breeze. keep that in mind with your plans this afternoon. we will warm up quickly. already in the upper 60s in oakland. we are at 65 in san francisco and we are looking at downtown oakland 60 trees. 61 in redwood city with 65 in
san jose. 68 in los gatos and that's an upper level reading so that's why it is so warm. half moon bay 58 degrees. not even a lick of fog there ask here's a look downtown where temperatures are very mild. but in the north bay you are cool. 53 in santa rosa with 56 in napa and 54 in novato. there it feels like a touch of fog in the air but not long with testimonies warming quickly with the northerly gradeient in the north bay today. of course, downtown once again spare the air, 100-degree heated to inland. today, tomorrow? monday a cooler pattern beginnings on tuesday. we are looking at the air quality today not so great around the santa clara valley. you will be well into the 90s, about 94 today in san jose and very little change until that sea breeze kicks up. so the setup is not favorable for any of that cool ocean heir allowing us a comfortable reading today. in fact with high pressure building into the north of us,
the clockwise flow around that brings the opposite with sea breeze absent, the flow from the land to the sea and that is that compressional heating that allows the hair to heat as it descends off heighter elevations. moving here we get nothing but dry, dry air. high fire danger. the look ahead shows very little change right on through monday. oakland numbers today near 90s upper 80s the next two days but tuesday drop to the low 80s. finally middle of the week highs in the upper 70s and that's still a bit above average. here's livermore. you know it will be near 100 there today right on through monday and then as the numbers drop in the middle of the week, it will be pleasant, in the upper 80s. in the south bay we are looking at highs today 94 san jose. morgan hill warmer at 97. redwood city another warm one for you at 93. how about 77 in pacifica. downtown san francisco
86 degrees. so you've got an keeping game today for the giants. still going to be quite warm out there, in the mid-70s. 95 santa rosa. near east bay we are looking at a day game today in oakland. wow is that going to be hot. 91 fremont. 99 pleasanton and 100 in san ramon. it's just hot right on through monday. then the cooling begins on tuesday and finally it should be pretty nice around here by the middle of the week. it will take some time. >> i feel like we always crave the heat but then it can't come too soon. thanks, lisa. up next. the send-off
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>> the new york times is reporter the government has spent billions of dollars since the year 2,000 to build super codes to break-in corruption codes worldwide. encryption is use today keep information save on the internet. one. world's most lively used e-mail and encryption tools. >> i would have thought the average american would be exempt from, you know, u.s. intelligence agencies for the most part. but, in fact, we've now learned that we are all under surveillance and that is a terrible thing. i think it undermines our democratic institutions. >> the report says the national security agency has been unraveling the technology making nearly everyone's secrets available to the government. it's good-bye washington, hello bay area for nannette napolitano, the new president of the university of california.
vice president dieden led a farewell ceremony yesterday for napolitano who is stepping down as homeland security secretary. she held the post for four and a half years, longer than anyone before her. vice president thanked her for her service and believed she'll be back in washington some day. >> i think janet should be a supreme court justice. [applause] >> and that not only speaks to the other qualities i have mention bed your character, but your intellectual capacity and your depth of knowledge. >> napolitano is leaving her post to become the first female president of the u.s. system which is based in oakland. up next, pg&e could face more fines. what the california public utilities commission has to decide as we near the anniversary of the san bruno pipeline explosion. and a new program to get more firefighters available for emergencies. it's a tactic an east
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>> welcome back. we are starting with a quick first look at the weather with lisa argen. >> we are starting out with very mild conditions around the bay with mid-60s around hayward and san jose. 56 in napa and 63 in livermore valley. no fog to speak of. itit is a spare the air day tody with no sea breeze and temperatures at our coast pushing the upper 70s. so if you want any relief you really have to be right at ocean beach or stinson. it's still going to be warm. we will be looking at the numbers today. very similar over the next several days. mid-80s to low 90s. upper 60s to upper 70s at the coast and nearly 100 degrees inland. the accuweather forecast coming up showing we are look at this
heat sticking around for a little bit. i will explain. >> pg&e is facing more fines and penaltyings for another error in its record and for the way it let the state public utilities commission know about that error. it comes days before the three-year anniversary of the deadly san bruno pipeline explosion. we have the story from san bruno. >> on september 9th, 2010, a pipeline ruptured and exploded into names. 8 people were killed and 32 homes destroyed in the neighborhood. that pg&e reduced pressure on the gas stem on the peninsula. when it asked for permission to bring the pressure back up, it was required to show it was safe to do so. now it is said the commissioner granted the permission based on faulty information. pg&e let them know about the error but only months after discovering it.
they are also concerned about the way pg&e submitted the correction just before a long holiday weekend for a process normally used for much less serious corrections. the san bruno city manager said she's not sure a fine will change pg&e, but it might have other benefits. >> certainly a penalty fine as stiff as possible sanction as a result of this proceeding appears to be appropriate. if only to draw attention to the fact that deficiencies continue to exist. >> the faulty records showed a pipe in san carlos was seamless. when pg&e discovered last october it had a seam weld when it went in to fix the leak but it at any time try to submit that correction to them before july, just before the long holiday weekend, which san bruno lawyers believe was timed to go unnoticed by interested parties. the lead attorney on all pg&e matters, mr. malcon, testified there is no safety issue and
there never was. we filed as quickly as we could without any thought on hi part this was the take before july 4th. 16 of the 38 destroyed homes are rebuilt. five more are under construction. the three-year anniversary weighs heavily on residents who say it feels like yesterday. >> it's a tough time for us and it's made more difficult by the realization that the deficiencies continue to exist. >> the cpuc will decide on penalties or fines against pick sometime after october. heather ishimaru, abc7 news. the legislature has approved a bill to put limits on the paparizzi. celebrities say mob scenes like these caused by photographers trying to snap a picture are a common occurrence. last month actresses spoke out against the paparizzi. bill would fine or even jail photographers who has emthe children. celebrities. >> everyone has a right to take a picture, that's no problem. but when you harass verbally, as
well as physically, a child to secure the photograph, to profit from, then i think there is a problem. >> the bill would still allow paup raise city to take pictures of celebrities as long as they don't lars their children. the bill is awaiting the governor's signature. if you have a rick he willtive the law might be changing to allow more time to care for them. the governor has a bill on his test being that alters the family leave act. we are in sacramento with the story. >> it is hard. >> lisa found herself in a situation where she couldn't help care for her grandmother as much as she wanted in her final take. the nurse asked if she could take time off, but couldn't. workers can get 55% of their pay for up to six weeks when caring for sick parents, children, spouses and domestic partners. no one else. >> as part of the paid family leave act, grand mothers aren't
included, and i couldn't believe that. she's my grandmother. >> the state legislator sent governor brown a bill that would expand a list of relatives the leave act would apply to. grandparents, siblings and in-laws. reporters say that reflects the responsibilities. today's families. employees pay for it through their fay check deductions under short term disability insurance. >> these are funds paid by the employee and not the employer. they are moneys put into a fund by each. us at our workplace. >> they say there comes a point when somebody has to do the work. imagine a small business that doesn't have a lot of employees. >> at the end. the day someone has to do some work or the company can't stay in business. we want to support those fam his, that's why we support parents taking time off, but adding grandparents, siblings, goes too far.
>> lisa thinks she will have other sick relatives to care for and urges the governor to sign the measure. >> i can't live without my pay, especially in this economy, and i have two children. i'm the wane breadwinner. >> governor brown has until mid-october to take action on the proposed expansion. the california family leave act. in sacramento, abc7 news. >> the bay area musician to go more than just playing the blues this morning. someone stole his car and all of his musical equipment. ♪ >> ron thompson has played with many. the blues greats, but now he's having to play with borrowed instruments. monday night he parked his car at his hayward home but at any time unload his equipment. the next morning everything was gone, including his 1950s gibson guitar. a guitar he's had since he was 19. >> i'm trying to pray about it and hope -- i try to think positively and hopefully it will
return somehow. >> thursday night ron played his first gig since the theft. he borrowed instruments from the central valley blues society. they are also helping search for thompson's stolen equipment. the contra costa county fire protection district has launched a new program to keep more firefighters available for emergency. a two-person medical squad will now handle lower-priority medical calls based out of station 1 in downtown womb nut creek. this will free up fire engines to handle hire-priority calls like fires and rescues. it's designed to help maintain staffing in the weak of county-wide budget cuts. >> we have areas around walnut creek and lafayette who don't have fire protection coverage like they used to have. there is still an engine that will show up, the fire didn't will still show up to the calls but they are coming from farther away now. >> fire station 1 was chosen
because is centrally located. the bay area has some of the highest minimum wages in the country, which some are asking if tipping, especially in restaurants, is really necessary. our news reporter lisa amin gulezian has more from san jose. >> the service here is known to be impeccable. diners expect it when they are playing $30 a plate. but what if tipping were eliminated? >> people would feel awkward if it would disappear entirely. >> instead takenners play a flat service charge to the entire staff. >> they would put in something like a 10% service charge or gratuity. i think some took more than 10%. >> he's a professor of consumer behavior at san jose state.
he doesn't believe no tipping idea is something americans would go for, even though in europe tipping is minimal and in parts of asia no one does it. restaurant tours insist tipping is parts of our culture. >> it wouldn't happen here because, one, we would have to raise our prices and it would affect my wait staff not giving the right service. >> what would you to if you at any time are tips? >> wouldn't be a server. >> consumers, meantime, had mixed reaction to the thought of having a set service charge. >> you know where the money is going. i think it would be great. >> i will tip either way. >> i will always tip. >> most americans who took an online survey agreed. 63% said they tip even when service is bad. in san jose, lisa amin gulezian, abc7 news. >> a bay area designer working for the royal family. the one-of-a-kind creation he's putting together for will, kate
>> welcome pack, everyone. good morning. it's 5:42 on your saturday. this is the east bay hills camera. you see the new span. bay bridge with the tower looking good all hits up. it's going to be a hot one in the east bay and in san francisco. he's -- lisa argen will fill you in. if you are head to the a's game wear a hat and bring lots of water. the bay area man has
received the assignment. the lifetime, to build a baby stroller for the britain's royal family. here's an east bay design who are is creating a one-of-a-kind set of wheels with a royal price taking. >> big celebrities like cord any kardashian has called and placed orders but nothing prepared joseph fauria the call he recently received. >> really excited about this one. it could be because of all the hype with the royal baby. isolates like it's probably the coolest thing for any baby company. >> he said the call came from someone within the inner circle of prince william and kate middleton asking for a baby stroller for prince george. >> nerve-racking when it's for a high profile client. >> he called one of them wobblers, for walking toddlers.
this is what he designed for the prince. >> they want to do a british racing green scene stroller for prince george. big circles on the side of their cars and they wanted the number 2 on the side of it. just had to make sure i had the union jack included. >> he doesn't know what the number 2 stands for. this masterpiece costs $4,500. he won't say who made the order, but the money has been wired to him. now all he needs to do is ship it. with its leather seat and smooth ride, he said it's a stroller fit for a king. >> my hope is that, you know, i can see them cruising around the capital or town one of their popular areas. that would be found watch. >> when the prince outgrows his stroller, no problem, it converts into a tricycle. a perfect way for him to zip through the halls of buckingham palace. abc news.
>> pretty swanky stuff. nicer than the car i drive. >> i can relate. cars today probably not a good idea, if you can take a carpool. >> take a bike. >> and try not to be outside any lent of time. you know, lawn mowing, all of that, take it easy because we are talking about a spare little air take today. mt. tam, umbrellas were cool here in the low to mid-50s. but plenty of 930s and triple-digit heat for several days. i'll tell you how long it will last when we return. >> and nearly perfect a giant inches away from baseball immortality. we will hear from hunter pence
>> welcome back. lisa argen is here keeping track of today's hot, hot, hot forecast. >> you got it. we have zero sea breeze. comfortable numbers, in the 70s. right at the immediate shoreline there will be sea breeze late in the take. emeryville camera, mice and clear with numbers ranging from low to mid-60s from san francisco, oakland. redwood city at 60 with los gatos upper 60s. 58 in half moon bay. a beautiful day there with 20 degrees of warming. cool numbers in the north bay with 53 santa rosa. napa 56. 55 in novato. longer nights allowing for a little bit of a cool down. maximal radiational cooling in the north bay. elsewhere still pretty mild. antioch 65 degrees. we are looking at our roof
camera now where today it's going to be a warm one in san francisco. we are talking mid-80s. that's why we also have a spare-the-air day today with 100-degree temperatures inland the entire weekend. the cooler pattern begins on tuesday as we see a return to the sea breeze. it's still going to be warm, though, away from the coast. finally we are looking at the air quality taking a hit, especially in the santa clara valley with that ground level ozone. that will allow for pretty tough conditions out there. elsewhere, medium air quality. it will get a little bit worse each and every day. it's all two to strong, high pressure allowing from the -- from the north allowing for the breeze to come from the land to the sea. and that wipes out the fog, the onshore push, and we are just heating up as the air descends from the higher elevations. we are talking about mid-90s not only here but from chico. it will feel like we are in the
valley today. 95 in the yosemite. hazy in the norther syria today. hot down south as well. elsewhere across the bay, looking at temperatures around 80 today half moon bay, 86 in san francisco with 91 in fremont, 100 in livermore. look at the mid-90s from santa rosa to napa. 97 in morgan hill and even at the beach in santa cruz it's going to be 91 degrees. if you are headed to the mountain view art and wine festival today, starting out it's already going to be in the 70s, then the mid-80s. afternoon high of 91. very hot. we talked about the games today across the bay. the day game today in oakland with highs around 90 degrees, 4:00. but as you head toward the stadium it's already going to be in the 80s. tonight it's going to feel pretty good at&t park where temperatures will be in the mid-70s. dropping into the mid-70s and
60s by 10:00. what a night tonight with temperatures very mild. we will heat up again quickly tomorrow. the accuweather seven take forecast shows not only will it be hot but it's going to be even warm at the coast. the cooling begins tuesday, taking the numbers down wednesday and thursday. >> i find it a little unsettlig when it's warm at the coast. it just feels wrong. >> and all night long. >> thank you, lisa. in sports, great drama at&t park all in the pursuit of perfection. abc7 news sports director larry beil has more. >> the giants may take my bicycle last place but this didn't matter for one night because the pitcher flirted with history against arizona. he was working on a perfect game. petit making just his third start of the season. healthter sanchez, now 2-zip. he started his career three seasons with arizona, struck out 7. aaron hill there.
sixth inning. patrol trick corbin looking to end the perfect game. perez the diving catch. good move by the skipper, bruce bochy. we go to the ninth. petit gets the first two out. the umpire bill said ball three. good pitch. the line drive that false in fronts of a diving hunter pence for a base hit. so close! a. j. pollack rounds out to end the game. it goes in the books as a one-hit shutout for petit and a 3-0 giants victory. >> it was special for me. it's the first shutout win. comes a long time for me because my family is here tonight. >> it was one of those dreams you can't run fast enough.
just a little too far. i gave it my best effort and just a little bit shy. >> so close. >> the a's beat the astros the first ten times they played this season. but now when they need to beat huston the most, every game is a struggle to the finish. a's started the night half a game out of first place. second inning. runners at the corners. chris young fools everybody. the bunt. perfectly placed and scoring cespedes. 1-0, a's. johnathan answers fire with fire. that's a bunt that brings in a run for huston. 4-3. seesaw game the says get control of in the six little. donaldson, a two-run blast. a's win 7-5. texas lost to anaheim so the a's are in first play, up by half a game. u.s. open semifinals in new york. four time champion serena
williams. came back in the second set. won five of the last six games. match point there. serena now one win away from her 17 little major title. that is a wrap on morning sports. have a great weekend, everybody! i'm larry beil. still ahead on abc7 news, aquarium attraction. the viral video of a young
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aquarium couldn't get enough of this nine-year-old. you see him swimming in the water, following doak as she runs back and forgets. the video was post bid her mom and has already racked up nearly 200,000 views in just a few days. precious. well, it might feel like the middle of summer but many folks are beginning to kickoff the harvest season across the bay. two different autumn moon festivals take place in weekend. the san francisco autumn moon festival hang today between 22nd and 25th avenue on irving street and tomorrow the san mateo autumn moon festival take place in central park from 10:00 to 4:00. next at six a large fire guts a warehouse in san jose and spreads to other buildings. the latest on the fire fight. and the san jose police are investigating a homicide. the search this morning for suspects.
>> good morning. thanks for joining us on this saturday morning. i'm katie marzullo. let's start with a quick look at the weather with meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning. >> temperatures in the mid-60s. not real warm bull we are used to 50s and even this time of year we can get some upper 40s. we have the cooler weather up in the north bay this morning. it's already 64 degrees in mountain view. that translates to a warmer start than yesterday. as much as three to eight degrees warmer across much. the east and south bay. a little cooler at our coast, but we will make up for lost time with highs near 80 today half moon bay and the rest of the bay just cooking today. mid-to upper 80s to near 90 around oakland for the d