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"very loving person, loving son and a loving father."(pam) tonight at ten: a man shot to death in his own car.the suspect... his girlfriend's former co- worker. thank you for joining us tonight im pam moore. (grant) and im grant lodes. police say the motive is jealousy. kron 4's michelle kingston spoke with the victim's mother and girlfriend.. who say they are heartbroken. (mk)marc mangaccat was born in the same home he died in front of last week in daly city. myrna mangaccat, victim's mother"he was not responding and there was blood coming out here and then i saw a hole here."his mother heard the gun shots.mangaccat"every time i think of it i always burst into crying."michelle kingston, @mkingstonnewslaw enforcement say the suspect
walked up to mangaccat's car and fired five or six shots right here on abbott avenue ... killing him with his girlfriend in the car.thandar seinsa, victim's girlfriend"he said honey, honey, somebody shoot me so i'm looking at him and he's breathing heavy so i'm so scared."thandar seinsa worked with the suspect -- 31 year old kevin prasad -- at san francisco international airport and said they used to be friends.seinsa"now i don't know him anymore"she told law enforcement the night of the shooting was also her last day of work -- and she was planning to move to las vegas with mangaccat and their daughter.prasad wanted to end their relationship. he was jealous and wanted to date her. steve wagstaffe, san mateo county district attorney"he knew she would be leaving and he really wanted a relationship with her so he had made the decision that if the boyfriend is out of the picture then he can come in to the grieving widow as it were and start a relationship that way."prasad and the man police say was driving the getaway car -- 25 year old donovan rivera -- are both facing murder charges.and could face life in prison if convicted.in daly city, michelle kingston, kron 4 news (pam) now to an upate on a story we first brought to you earlier this week. we now know the name of the victim who was shot and killed in albany on sunday night. this is video from the scene. albany police say, they found 23-year- old raphael fuentes- lee on masonic avenue, near the ohlone greenway. he was taken to a (pam) 4 newskingston, kron michelle kingston, kron 4 news
(pam) now to an upate on a story we first brought to you earlier this week. we now know the name of the victim who was shot and killed in albany on sunday night. this is video from the scene. albany police say, they found 23-year- old raphael fuentes- lee on masonic avenue, near the ohlone greenway. he was taken to a hospital where he died. police arrested kayla gibson- wytch of berkeley and thomas shimamura of oakland. both are booked into the alameda county jail for murder. no word on the motive.. (grant) police are searching for the shooter...in connection with a double homicide. it happend around nine last night near
89th and international in oakalnd. police found a man and a woman who'd been shot. both died at the scene. the victims names haven't been released yet -- and no arrests have been made. (grant) in the north bay. we have learned the name of the fairfield man killed in an accident involving a tractor. authorities say 34-year-old franklin carrillo, was injured around seven a-m while cleaning mower equipment at arrowhead vineyard on napa road in sonoma... once at the scene...deputies discovered that the worker had died after becoming trapped and crushed under a tiller attachment. it's believed he had been trying to untangle some wires from the tractor when the accident happened. (pam) in the south bay, san jose police announced this week.... that they have arrested 16- people in connection with a series of robberies, carjackings and residential burglaries.(grant) the arrests have prompted many people who have recently been robbed to wonder if the same people are responsible. (pam) kron 4's charles clifford was with a
the workers say they need to come inside elderly people's home to assess equipment and discuss bills. once inside... the suspects then steal multiple items right under the victim's noses. the suspects usually comminucate with each other using handleheld radios...as opposed to cell phones...to communicate with each other and avoid detection. (grant)with the weather starting to get warmer a new warning tonight: the c-d-c says the number of mosquito, tick and flea bite cases has tripled since 2004. and they are reminding families to be cautious when outside.kron 4's ali reid joins us in the newsroom...and ali these diseases can go misdiagnosed for months? there are a number of symptoms associated with lyme disease. and because it is fairly new in the medical world, doctors at times will test for other issues connected to those ailments.pkglia gaertner, who now works on the science
committee of the bay area lyme foundation, was infected with lyme disease years ago while in new york state. it was misdiagnosed by a cardiologist for 10 years and eventually spread to her heart. the lyme cardidits started with heart palpitaitons and sudden onset heart murmer that i didn't have previously.she got infected a second time after going camping in mendocino county .... even then, she didn't have the typical symptoms .. which include a bullseye rash around the tick bite. but doctors were able to figure it out.it can cause symptoms in any part of your body. eyes, joints earfederal health officials say the number of people getting diseases transmitted by mosquito, tick and flea bites have tripled in recent years. there are some ticks that are so small, they're difficult to see even with a magnifying glass. so it's important to cover up and wear bug repellant when spending time outside.we always walk in the center of the trail, and dont touch grass on the side or sit on logs because that's another place ticks can breed.if you find a tick crawls on you, you want to pull them out as carefully as possible.all you do is take very fine tipped needle nosed tweezers and grab them by the mouth and pull them out. don't squish the body, bcuz then it'll vomit the bacteria into your body.
you dont want to scare it. lia had a long course of treatment and was cured.there are some strains that are difficult to treat and linger for years, and can be fatal. lia personally knew 4 people that died from lyme disease this year.your best bet is to protect yourself when going outdoors, and check yourself for ticks once you're back inside.reporting live from the newsroom...ali reid ... kron 4 news
lawrence karnow: there was more sunshine around the bay area today as high pressure moved a little closer. it was an active day in southern calfornia with shower and thunderstorms. you can see the storms continuinig to rotate into southern california on doppler radar. it is breezy again outside if you're going out. some patchy fog is likely near the coast while most of the inland valleys stay clear. you can see high pressure slowly building toward the state. it will move overhead in the next few days to bring warm sunshine to most of the bay area. high temperatures will likely be highest on friday before cooling over the weekend. tomorrow will begin with a few clouds near the coast but should end up mostly sunny. highs mid to upper 70s inland with 50s and low 60s at the coast. 80s are possible at the warmest inland locations on friday. more clouds and cooler weather is expected for the weekend. (pam) new at ten: u-c berkeley is coming under fire... neighboring homeowners are suing with complaints that claim ... the university is not doing enough to ensure a
growing number of the students accepted ..... have guaranteed housing. kron 4's ella sogomonian .. in berkeley with more. sot: ella sogomonian, @ellasogomonian// "uc berekeley educates more than 40 thousand students...many of which prefer to live nearby to get to class more efficiently...but locals have launched a lawsuit agains the university saying they want to see more on campus housing so they don't have to take the brunt of the growth."a group called save berkeley's neighborhoods is suing uc berkeley for complaints alleging the university's ever increasing number of accepted students is plaguing surrounding homeowners.sot: phil bokovoy, save berkeley's neighborhoods president// " they claim the cal campus isn't providing guaranteed housing for each incoming student who then turns to residential homes intended for families.that they then impose a dorm like atmosphere of noisy late night hours plus piling garbage in their streets.the group accuses the unversity of the alleged failure to study the impacts of a growing student body they
would like to see consistent with california environmental quality act.uc berkeley responded in a statement saying "state law requires uc to mitigate the impacts of its growth on local host communities, and the campus already does that, irrespective of this lawsuit. in addition, members of the administration, including the chancellor, meet often with neighbors including the plaintiff. as has always been the case, we are ready and willing to engage with them about issues of concern. we do that as part of our commitment to be the best possible neighbor. "sot: phil bokovoy, save berkeley's neighborhoods president// "a neighbor whose watched the cal campus grow over the last 40 years reacted to the lawsuit.sot: sulo erden, berkeley resident// " claims the university has accepted five times the students they projected in a study back in 2005.sot: ella sogomonian, @ellasogomonian// "bokovoy went on to say neighbors have in the past identified parcels of land they believe are appropriate for building more student housing. in berkeley ella sogomonian kron 4 news."
(grant) in morgan hill --- a police officer is on leave after accidentally firing his weapon. it happened around 7-30 it happened around 7-30 sunday night. that's when police were called because of reports of a stolen van. after a brief chase, two teen girls got out of the van and walked toward officers. officers told the girls to get on the ground...and that's when the officer says he accidentally fired his weapon. one teen was hit near her eye by a bullet fragment. now the
officer is off the streets while an investigation is conducted.. (pam) what do burger king and beethoven have in common? we'll explain the new musical approach to stop a problem in san francisco. (grant)dramatic moments of a buidling collapse. coming up: the terrified reaction of residents as the building goes down. (pam) a live look outside oracle arena.. game 2 warriors vs pelcians. coming up- a live report on how fans are feeling.. after the warriors just won!!
are winners tonight... and after many games off - steph curry was back the lineup. (grant) after missing 16 games ... the dubs star is playing in game -two of the second round of the n-b-a playoffs. kron-4's j-r stone joins us live from oracle arena tonight... j-r .. curry's return must have fans pumped up.
(pam) in the east bay. authorities are investigating what caused a train to derail. the incident happened around two-45- this morning ... in the shell oil yard in martinez. no one was hurt. the two tanker cars went off the tracks... but stayed upright ... and did not spill any hazardous materials. crews were at the scene working to get the cars back on the tracks . (grant) north bay school districts will get part of a 14-million dollar grant to help schools affected by the wildfires. the north bay wildfires last october closed nearly 600 schools and displaced 260-thousand students. schools can use this new money for repairing fire damage ... removing debris and environmental cleanup.
a live look outside tonight.. lawrence has lawrence has the forecast lawrence karnow: there was more sunshine around the bay area today as high pressure moved a little closer. it was an active day in southern calfornia with shower and thunderstorms. you can see the storms continuinig to rotate into southern california on doppler radar. it is breezy again outside if you're going out. some patchy fog is likely near the coast while most of the inland valleys stay clear. you can see high pressure slowly building toward the state. it will move overhead in the next few days to bring warm sunshine to most of the bay area. high temperatures will likely be highest on friday before cooling over the weekend. tomorrow will few clouds near the coast but should end up mostly sunny. highs will be in the mid to upper 70s inland with 60s at the coast. 80s are possible at the warmest inland locations on friday. more clouds and cooler weather is expected for the weekend.
(pam)a scary sight for drivers on one busy roadway. why the driver is not facing any charges. (grant) federal regulators say some e-cigarettes and liquid nicotine packages are designed to attract children.coming up- why they say the packages are so misleading. so misleading. to move california forward, so misleading. we need to help more californians get ahead. that's why antonio villaraigosa brought both parties together to balance the state budget with record investments in public schools... and new career training programs. as mayor of la, he brought police and residents together to get illegal guns off the streets and keep kids out of gangs, and on the right path. that's antonio villaraigosa. a governor for all of california.
ooohhhh. ahhhhhh. okay, maybe two. celebrate friendship and beyond at pixar fest. staring april 13th at disneyland resort. (pam) a new and unique approach to a prevasive problem in san francisco... and the solution involves music.(grant) outdoor speakers...featuring classical music....to deter loitering and panhandling downtown.(grant) this symphonic solution is being
deployed at two locations.(pam) as kron4's maureen kelly reports... so far, it seems to be working. natssometimes it's the soothing sounds of a string quartet....or vigourous playing of violins that comes blaring out of speakers posted on the building housing a burger king on the corner of hyde and grove.....the owner of the franchise says the central market community benefit district asked his landlord for permission to pipe out the classical music as a way to deter a problem the sign posted in his windown did not...loitering and panhandling....which had been a big problem at this location....natssimilar sounds could be heard wafting outside
the 7-11 on drumm street.the franchsie owner confirming to me by telephone that started this tactic three days ago as a way to address the same problem. another business owner on the same street says the homeless population who tend to hang out here can be a problem.they make a lot of mess on the sidewalk they bring a lot of garbage and sometimes a scream they scare children they scare women so it's really scary for people who are touristsregulars on the street say it's they have noticed a drop in the number of panhandlers here but had mixed reactions to the idea. i don't see you have a music would make people move along i think it's nice to listen to i think it's a creative noninvasive solution. i think that's pretty cool i think it's better than something more aggressive a social issue the city needs to address the executive director of the colation on homelessness calls it noise pollution and agrees that the city needs real solutions.i'm told the speakers at the market street fast food restaurant when up around the same time a newskellly kron4 news (pam) coming up...
parents of a 1- year old are angry over the toddler's injuries.find out how the child was hurt this badly ... at daycare. these are handcrafted pills that are being made on the streets and sold on the streets (grant)dangerous opioids are getting into the hands of more teens everyday. how one bay area community is combatting the epidemic. (pam) gun violence .. whether a mass school shooting or an urban community incident... has young people around the country and here in the bay area .. ready to take action.. tonight in part two of my special report, i talk with two local girls who are a part of the fight for change.
♪ when i first came to ocean bay, what i saw was despair. i knew something had to be done. hurricane sandy really woke people up, to showing that we need to invest in this community. i knew having the right partner we could turn this place around. it was only one bank that could finance a project this difficult and this large, and that was citi. preserving affordable housing preserves communities. so we are doing their kitchens and their flooring and their lobbies and the grounds. and the beautification of their homes, giving them pride in where they live, will make this a thriving community once again. ♪ (pam) new
tonight at 10:30 .. the mass school shooting in parkland, florida, touched a nerve among the students who survived .. and served as a wake up call to the nation. and there are two sides - the mass shootings, largely affecting affluent communities, and the urban gun violence affecting young people as well. i talked with two, bay area young women .. each committed to fighting gun violence .. and each aware that their causes are rooted in the same troubling issues facing the nation. i feel like it took white kids to be shot by another white kid for people to take notice. as with all stories.. there are differing perspectives
both lily conanable and jada white agree - this new national movement against guns, has largely overlooked urban gun violence .. a subject close to jada's heart.. because not long after her she was born, her father was killed by a young man with a gun.. she has been protesting urban gun violence most of her young life..we're still focused on one section of gun violence when there's a full circle of it . we need to be looking at the bigger picture instead of just being focused on one color of the painting..i think yes, it's difficult. this is not necessarily how this movement started but it's worth the challenge.. worth the connections that have to be made. "we should not have to be out here today marching for our lives not ever. and yet, here we are marching for our lives and the lives of millions of other young people around this country." "the oakland march did a really great job of talking about it and i think that has a lot to do with the fact it was in oakland."in regard to the mass shooting.. the
parkland students addressed this. the media has picked this up so much because of who they are and what they look like and where they come from and that doesn't take away from the horror of this awful incident." "delegation this is lily".. the two girls are optimistic.. they believe unity can be built on what all sides in the anti- gun violence movement want.. i want stricter background checks.extreme risk protection orders.police community service in community they police inconcealed carry permittinggun education class you have to take before you register to get a gun.and then there's that eternal optimism of youth."sitting here with lily today is kind of an example of how they can work together and bring about a change together and i love seeing that.. two communities.. two backgrounds.. merging.. " "when we had our walkout on
march 14 it absolutely poured down rain but we had over 1000 students at our local park from all the different high schools. and our little motto from the day is - watch out congress, the storm is coming and when it rains it pours".total time - 240 (pam) both jada and lily say, they will be active in the lead up to mid- term elections ... working for candidates supporting their cause. they are both supporting youth engagement training for police and teachers .... and lily is working on a bay area wide coalition of students... for gun violence prevention. we will stay in touch with their efforts. (grant) the bay area is not immune to the opioid epidemic. addiction and overdose numbers are up... and authorities say, high schoolers and young adults are most at risk. kron
four's philippe djegal reports from petaluma .... and explains how bad the situation has become. (philippe) as of monday, all uniformed petaluma police officers are carrying the anti-opiod medication narcan. it can reverse the effects of an overdose of heroin and other opiods including the synthetic drug fentanyl. kathleen stafford/ppad- "these are handcrafted pills that are being made on the streets and sold on the streets." in the past six months, police have responded to at least 21 overdose calls. in those cases -- four people died. one of them a 16-year-old boy who, last month, is believed to have been killed from takng xanax. his mother was arrested on suspicion of manslaughter and child endangerment.kathleen stafford/ppad- "that's just a really sad case. um, but that xanax was laced with fentanyl and you know its lethal." kathleen stafford and her good friend heather elliott-hudson are trying to educate the community, especially young
people, about the dangers of prescription drug abuse. two years ago they founded the non-profit organization, petaluma parents against drugs. heather elliott-hudson/ppad- "it's the kids who typically aren't the ones that you would think would be the kids. it's the scholar, scholarship athletes. it's the a+ students. it's the popular kids, the middle kids. it's every kid out there." in the past two months... petaluma valley hospital says it has treated more prescription drug overdoses than it has in the previous five years.kathleen stafford/ppad- "i don't know that there's a solution, but i definitely think that we can cut down the overdoses that may come. i think it's just the tip of the iceberg, unfortunately." but now police are better equipped to handle the potentially deadly situation. in petaluma, philippe djegal, kron four news. (pam)(pam) some e- cigarettes and liquid nicotine packages are designed to attract children... that's according to federal regulators .. the f-d-a joined the federal trade commission ... to issue warning letters to 13 e- cigarette liquid makers and
sellers today. they identified products with misleading packaging.... targeting underage users. some of the products resembled juice boxes... candy and cookies. at least one cookies. at least one of the products was shipped with actual candy. e-liquids are dangerous for children. young children exposed to e- liquids can have seizures... end up in a coma... or even die. the f-d-a says, it may file injunctions or seize products.... if the companies do not take action to address the regulators concerns. (grant)parents in indianapolis are demanding answers from their child's daycare ...... after their one year old was badly hurt there. tim mc- nicholas reports. tiffany griffin:"i mean i'm at a loss for words. i'm upset." tiffany griffin and jesse harris the third know their son as a 13-month old boy full of smiles.jesse the fourth
wasn't smiling monday, when tiffany found him swollen and cut.tiffany griffin:"my son has been crying. he hasn't had no sleep. he's very uncomfortable and hopefully we can get him comfortable and back to his good health and back to being the happy baby that he is,"tiffany says a worker at kiddie garden daycare called her around 2:30 saying jesse's face was swollen.the mom says she rushed over and called for police and an ambulance.the daycare owner says a two-year-old girl caused the injuries.tiffany griffin:"it shouldn't have happened whether it was a two-year-old. it shouldn't have happened if it was an adult. it shouldn't have happened if a two-year-old did it in the care of an adult."no one answered the door at kiddie garden and the owner declined an on camera interview.she said over the phone that a worker heard a commotion, walked into the room, and saw jesse hurt.the owner says that worker called the parents, daycare management.tiffany griffin:"it was negligence any way it goes. it was child abuse anyway it goes. if it was me or him, we would be arrested. so i think it should be a full investigation and they should do something about it."kiddie garden's owner says she's cooperating with police.
the daycare released a statement saying part "we are deeply saddened by what took place" and "our hearts go out to jesse and his family." tiffany says her son jesse is strong...and she's praying for his recovery.tiffany griffin: "because that's all i could do. but be a great mother to him and make sure we support him, make sure he gets all the service and care, ya know, that he needs." needs." (grant)that was tim mcnicholas reporting. indianapolis police say they are investigating what happened. (grant) and in the wake of that deadly southwest airlines incident... the f-a-a is requiring additional engine inspections. the federal agency says it is concerned engines like the one used on that flight could suffer a similar malfunction. the new directive will require airplane operators to perform inspections on general
electric's c-f-m-5-6-7-b engines by the end of august. the action will be then followed by future periodic inspections. (pam) governor jerry brown says, the state's conflict with the trump administration is "sharpening." governor brown .. speaking at a news conference about a new lawsuit filed by the state and 16 others. the lawsuit is aimed at the environmental protection agency's plans to roll back the standards on emissions and gas mileage. it targets the environmental protection agency plan to scrap standards for vehicles manufactured between 2022 and 2025. the governor says, such a roll back will jeopardize the country's auto industry.... and hurt the health of californians and americans.. breathing in tailpipe emissions. brown calls climate change an existential threat ... and says e-p-a administrator scott pruitt and president donald trump are leading the nation on a "path to disaster." lawrence karnow: there was more sunshine around the bay area today as high pressure
moved a little closer. it was an active day in southern calfornia with shower and thunderstorms. you can see the storms continuinig to rotate into southern california on doppler radar. it is breezy again outside if you're going out. some patchy fog is likely near the coast while most of the inland valleys stay clear. you can see high pressure slowly building toward the state. it will move overhead in the next few days to bring warm sunshine to most of the bay area. high temperatures will likely be highest on friday before cooling over the weekend. tomorrow will begin with a few clouds near the coast but should end up mostly sunny. highs will be in the mid to upper 70s inland with 50s and low 60s at the coast. 80s are possible at the warmest inland locations on friday. more clouds and cooler weather is expected for the weekend. (grant) there are few places in the bustling bay area that rival the beauty and history of the bear creek redwoods open space preserve... in the santa cruz mountains near los gatos.
as kron four's rob fladeboe reports - work has now begun to open that luscious land to the public. majestic redwoods, even a few old growth trees remain here in a corner of the santa cruz mountains along bear crek road across from lexington reservoir. ground was broken tuesday for the first of a three phases project, the first of which will open to the public next may. anna ruiz/general manager mid- peninsula open space district ".. it's over 14-hundred acres of open space land and starting off with over 6 miles of trails open to hiking and equestrian use and a 50 car parking lot to welcome our visitors..." aside from it's natural redwood-studded beauty, the bear creek redwoods open space preserve is rich in history. dating to the gold rush, this land has seen logging, country estates, horse stables and a jesuit school of theology. the publicly-ownedpreserve cost $25 million dollars and was paid for by a voter approved bond in 2014. lisa
bankosh is working on a plan to refresh the property.lisa bankosh/open space preserve planner ".....so, what were trying to do is move into a phase of the land so we can restore it's natural habitat for the wildlife and bring people in to experience these thongs and commune with nature..."the preserve will be opened to the public in three stages, starting next year to hikers, and horses. one day, you ride your bike from the los gatos creek trail to skyline bouevard. in the santa cruz mountains rob fladeboe kron 4 news (grant) an apartment building collapses... after catching fire. and at least one person was killed... it happned in in sao paulo,
brazil... 160 firefighters worked on the fire... they say one person was asking for help on the last floor of the building that was already partially collapsed. at least 50 families lived in the building. no word on how many other people were killed or injured... the cause of the fire is under investigation.... (sports) coming up coming up i'll have all the day's sports highlights and scores.
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potentially deadly infection. we want to warn you--- some might find the images disturbing. the metro detroit woman, who we'll call jennifer, said she regrets undergoing the procedure, as it landed her in the hospital. she doesn't want to show her entire face because she's embarrassed, but she wants people to know what happened to her.when jennifer, walked out of the salon after the procedure, her eyebrows looked just how she imagined. "it looked great," she said. "i was happy."microblading involves the use of a hand tool with tiny needles to make shallow cuts on the skin. then pigment seeps in, giving the user semi-permanent results.
but later, redness started setting in."each day got a little more red, but i wasn't really too concerned," she said. "so, like, a few days after i noticed, they were starting to get, like, little lumps in it."the pain and swelling started to increase. "going to urgent care, they diagnosed me with cellulitis on my face"but the situation kept getting worse. jennifer took daily photos to document the changes, and eventually, she decided to go to the emergency room."when they admitted me, they put me on an iv bag antibiotic and then, the next morning, they started me on steroids for the remainder of the time i was there," she said.jennifer spent three days in the hospital.for the past week, jennifer has been seeing a dermatologist, dr. stephen
grekin, for treatment."this is potentially life-threatening if not treated because what's right behind here -- sinuses," grekin said. "what do the sinuses communicate? right to the brain."why did this happen to jennifer?"there are a lot of variables," grekin said. "in this case, so, is the patient allergic to the ink that they actually tattoo you with? that's no. 1. is something they skin? did she get an infection by getting told not for two days? we someone, 'don't after a surgical two, three, however many days. we wash every day no matter what procedure you do on the skin. it's (pam) that was karen drew reporting. the doctor also said, people should be careful about deciding on a micro-blading procedure, based only on cost.(grant) it typically costs 7-hundred to 8-hundred dollars. jennifer thought she'd found a deal for 250, but says she'll never try the procedure again...andwill stick with eyebrow makeup (pam) scary video out of florida... it shows a driver going the wrong way on a busy road. several people called police to report the driver. one witness recorded the wrong way driver... for almost two miles. eventually, that same witness helped stop the car... and yelled at the driver that they were on the wrong side of the road. then, the person took off down another street. police tracked down the
driver. but are not filing any charges... because the driver has a medical condition but police did refer the driver to state officials for a "driver re-evaluation.""driver re- evaluation." (grant) right now a manhunt is underway in los angeles county for a man who led them on a chase in an r-v. officers say 46-year-old stephen houk was driving the r-v with two of his children two of his the r-v with two of his children inside. both children, a 3 year old and an 11 month old have been recovered. but the suspect managed to get away after the rv stopped steph curry back on the court for the first time since march 23rd he missed the last 15 games with a grade two m-c-l sprain let's head to oracle for game two between warriors and pelicans
curry started the game on the bench... he checks in with four minutes left in the first quarter. it didn't take steph too long to get going. eleven seconds in... he hits his first three in over five weeks dad and mom like it from the stands draymond green was one a rebound away from back to back triple doubles slams it down over jrue holiday in the second curry loving it on the bench draymond... 20 points, 12 assists, 9 rebounds anthony davis kept it close in the first half throws it down to take the lead davis... 25 points, 15 rebounds, 5 assists klay thompson didn't have a great game only highlight was late in the second hits 3 at the buzzer warriors up 58-55 at the break thompson... 10 points, 4-20 from the floor things got chippy in game davis and draymond get tangled up anthony gets a double personal foul kevin durant caught fire in the fourth hits a three pointer... durant leads scoring with 29 points curry seals the game with another three finishes with 28 points, 5 for 10 from
three, 7 rebounds warriors win 121-116 steve kerr on curry's performance the giants going for the fourth straight win... without johhnny cueto who was placed on the ten-day disable list with right elbow inflammation giants down 2-1 in the seventh... buster posey at the plate. rips a double off tyson ross... gregor blanco scores to tie the game top ninth... eric hosmer hits a solo shot off hunter strickland padres win 3-2
meanwhile, the a's in seattle opening a three-game set against the mariners bottom fifth... nelson cruz hits a 3-run homer off andrew triggs mariners win 6-3 nobody said the sharks road to their second stanley cup finals in three years would be easy las vegas snatched game three from san jose at the shark tank. to the sharks credit... they came back from a two-goal decifit in the third. evander kane, who missed game two with a suspension started the rally tomas hertl followed it up with the tying goal late in the period. las vegas' speed was too much for san jose in overtime william karlsson nets the game winner the sharks understand they need to win game four tomorrow night to stay alive
into southern california on doppler radar. it is breezy again outside if you're going out. some patchy fog is likely near the coast while most of the inland valleys stay clear. you can see high pressure slowly building toward the state. it will move overhead in the next few days to bring warm sunshine to most of the bay area. high temperatures will likely be highest on friday before cooling over the weekend. tomorrow will begin with a few clouds near the coast but should end up mostly sunny. highs will be in the mid to upper 70s inland with 50s and low 60s at the coast. 80s are possible at the warmest inland locations on friday. more clouds and cooler weather is expected for the weekend.