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SAN DIEGO — On this edition of FOX 5 News Now, we take a closer look at the confusion caused by a blackout downtown and then cover some of the day’s other top stories.

Gaslamp blackout: A blown transformer caused a lot of trouble in the Gaslamp Quarter, knocking out lights and closing streets just as the San Diego Padres’ sold-out game ended. Some people got stranded in parking garages or elevators, and the traffic trying to leave the game extended for hours.

Deadly crash, gunfire overnight: A driver died when they lost control and crashed on the northbound Interstate 805 ramp to state Route 94 overnight. While officers investigated, gunshots rang out nearby, prompting a search for the shooter.

San Diego weather: It’s going to be hot around the county tomorrow. Get your forecast with FOX 5’s Liberty Zabala before your work week begins.

Plus: The Padres finally defeat the Los Angeles Dodgers for the first time in 10 games, the federal government offers help with student loans and more popular stories from this weekend.

FOX 5 News Now is San Diego’s only interactive digital newscast. Join your host Matt Meyer each Saturday and Sunday at 10 a.m. for the day’s top headlines. Your questions and comments will shape the show in real time. Watch live with any device on or the FOX 5 app.

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