The Padres made an epic comeback yesterday and it was all because of a hometown boy!
Rookie Reliever Daniel Camarena who went to Cathedral High, hit a grand slam to beat the Nationals 9-8.The Padres came back from an 8 run lead which is the biggest comeback in franchise history. Daniel Camarena who was a pitcher, was called up to the pros just earlier in the day. He became the second pitcher in history whose first hit was a grand slam. Daniel said, “Oh my God, I blacked out. I hit first base and then all of a sudden I noticed the lights were flashing in the stadium and that’s when it kind of hit, like, Oh my God I just hit a home run. Not only that, a grand slam.”
A heat wave is coming to the mountains and deserts of San Diego this weekend!
An excessive heat watch has been issued from Saturday morning through Sunday evening. It will be mid 70’s by the coast and 80’s inland. However the deserts could reach 119 and the mountains could reach 103. There are nine“Cool Zone” locations to help the public beat the heat. They are located in Alpine, Borrego Springs, Fallbrook, Lakeside, Potrero, Ramona, Santa Ysabel, Spring Valley and Valley Center.
Californians are being asked to conserve energy starting this evening. The statewide Flex Alert goes into effect from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. today. Residents are being asked to keep thermostats at 78 degrees or higher, to turn off unnecessary lights, avoid using major appliances during that time, and pre cool your home.
A small memorial was set up in National City yesterday to mourn the woman from Tijuana who was stabbed to death while driving for Uber.
58 year old Raquel Spohn Wehber was attacked around 3pm on July 6th by a juvenile girl who was using Uber. The girl was arrested and booked on a murder charge. Police are still investigating the situation but yesterday friends dropped off flowers, candles, and pictures near the scene of the death.