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brewing. good afternoon, everyone. >> 8000 starbucks locations across the country will close this afternoon for training, and markovic stopped by one of the cafis in the bay area and has more on the curriculum. >> reporter: if you need a starbucks fixed today, you better get it before 2:30 pm. there are signs on starbucks front doors and it's announcing the closure for antibias training. >> it your notebook out and turn to what makes me me. and you you. >> together they will explore inspiration, and problem solve. there released this preview video of the training. it is in response to an incident last month at a philadelphia starbucks. >> what were they called for? >> reporter: a manager called the police after two black men arrived and waited for a friend without buying anything. >> this is one of the most important transformation moments and we take it seriously. >> reporter: several leaders of
the rights groups helped put together the curriculum. >> it is like trying to provide empathy and compassion at new levels of sensitivity. >> reporter: they are expected to cost them too -- $12 billion in revenue. some stores will not reopen until tomorrow. >> it should be okay. they are not closing in the morning. like 6 am. >> reporter: while customers are understanding, there is some skepticism. >> something like that should've been taught at home by the parents. the sort of thing -- you are being forced to do it. >> reporter: starbucks says the training is the first up and will be a part of every new employee training. some starbucks shops will be open this afternoon, those in hotels and grocery stores, starbucks will make this training material available to all of its employees.
>> starbucks tweeted this out a fehourago saying thank you for your patience and support as we renew our promise to make starbucks and inclusive gathering place for all. see you tomorrow. abc entertainment president has announced the network has canceled the roseann reboot. this comes after the star actress went on a racially charged twitter rant. she tweeted was in brotherhood and planet of the apes had a baby equals vj. she was referring to valerie jarrett. the comedian apologized for the tweet and took it down. no reaction from her on the cancellations of the show. the cal women's basketball coaches accusing southwest airlines of racial insensitivity. she says it started after a flight she took with her son. jessica florez says she was asked the question she believes was an appropriate. >> reporter: the cal women's baskerville coach says she was trying to fly here to oakland international airport. she believes a southwest agent questioned her about her son because of her son's skin color.
lindsay gottlieb is already teaching her son important lessons. but it is one interaction with a southwest agent that she hopes will teach the airline a lesson. >> it made me feel less than. >> reporter: she was flying home from denver when a southwest agent asked her to prove she is the mother of her baby. she says she showed her son's passport with the agent was not satisfied and wanted a birth certificate. >> she said how do i know you are the mother? >> reporter: she says she believes the agent questioned her because her baby is biracial. >> i was rattled. i was a little bit shocked. >> reporter: she says the agent what her family check in but she turned to twitter get that -- to get the airlines a twinge -- attention tweeting that she is appalled that after 50 times flying with her son ticket counter personal told me she
had to prove she was his son. despite having his passport. because we have different last names, my guess is because he has a different skin color. southwest says they are looking into what happened and say we always strive for the best experience for anyone who would trust us with their travel. >> it is my responsibility to say this happened, this is not okay and maybe somewhere down the line it helps my son who is biracial. >> it is not the law that babies have to have a birth certificate for domestic travel, according to their website they encourage travelers to bring the baby's birth certificate for age verification. >> the suspected golden state killer is back in court, attorns for him are arguing against making the warrants used to arrest m public. he is accused of killing at least 12 people and raping 50 victims in the 70s and 80s. news outlets want the records unsealed but his attorney says
that information could influence potential jurors and witnesses. >> human rights are more important to the rights of a fair trial. the intense amount of publicity that is going on if you release amounts of confidential information, that is a recipe for an unfair trial. >> the judge wants to reveal the more than 70 pages of documents but says he is not inclined to keep it all under seal and we will continue to follow the proceedings and have an update tonight at 5 pm. a 13-year-old is hospitalized with life- threatening injuries and a second 13-year-old is suspected of being behind the wheel of a stolen car when it crashed last night. police say the stolen honda collided almost head-on with afford see mass and then slammed into a traffic pull. besides the 13-year-old, a 14 and 16-year-old were also in the car and attempted to run away but they were caught.
driver of the ford was injured but is expected to be okay. another suspected terror attack in belgium, and armed manned -- man killed two people before he was killed. this all happened in the city of lihge. they say the man shouted god is great in arabic during the incident. they say the suspect was an inmate who had been granted a few hours of release but failed to return. he took a hostage at a nearby school before security forces killed him in a shootout. they are looking into whether he was radicalized while in prison. this happened about 60 miles east of belgians capital of brussels. were suicide bombers killed 32 people at the airport and in the subway system, two years ago. the u.s. and north korea continue talks aimed at getting a summit between president donald trump and kim jong-un. now, as angelica explains, one of the most senior officials in north korea is coming to
america. >> reporter: a summit between president donald trump and kim jong-un is closer to being back on. >> we thought two delegations working on the logistics, diplomatic talks -- for the first time in 18 years a north korean official will be on american soil. >> reporter: they have one delegation in seoul and another in singapore. the site of the possible summit to work on logistics. the soul delegation was seen leaving their hotel this morning heading to negotiations. and there is this man, he is a senior official in north korea's ruling workers party and was seen at the airport in beijing. president donald trump confirmed his destination tweeting we have put a great team together for the talks with north korea. meetings are currently taking place concerning summits and more. the vice chairman of north korea is heading to new york. north korea's decision to send him shows how serious they are taking these negotiations as he
is seen as one of kim jong-un's most trusted aides. he was by his side when he met with the south korean president on saturday. he is also north korea's former spy chief and is credited with authorizing cyber attacks in the u.s. including the hack on sony pictures. that landed him on the u.s. sanctions list which bars him from entering the u.s. that means he is likely being granted a waiver to make the trip to new york. a week from today a santa clara judge should learn if his time on the bench will continue. he is facing a recall in the wake of the brock turner case. he sentenced the swimmer to a few months in jail for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman. the case sparked national outrage and a petition to drive to remove him from the bench -- in an exclusive interview with john blackstone, he says he can't let reactions to judgments sway the courts.
>> we make a decision, we are disappointing one side or the other. if one side or the other is disappointed is able to generate outrage, get it out there on social media, raise money, based on one decision, it is not right. >> the judge and his sentencing followed the recommendation of the probation department and the california commission on judicial performance concluded that there is no clear and convincing evidence of bias or judicial misconduct. the recall has raised more than $1 million and he has raised $400,000 to fight back. heavy rain continues to pound the southeast and mid- atlantic states. all the result of a powerful storm alberto. it has been downgraded to subtropical depression but when it made landfall on monday on the floor to panhandle it brought wind gusts of 50 miles per hour and pounded some areas with more than four inches of
rain in 24 hours. it also turned up the surf along the coast. >> you get one good ride, that is it. >> the storm spawned several tornadoes on the atlantic coast . the fear today is the continued rain that will bring inland flooding. hurricane season does not officially begin for another three days. and talk about a close call, two people in cuba are lucky to be alive after alberto battered the area yesterday. raging waters wiped out part of this bridge feet away from where they were standing. it seems like it's the perfect day to go to the beach, another warm one. >> we all just got a three-day holiday but four days would be nice when the weather is like this., clear, blue skies. sunshine across the bay and over to the other side the east bay -- there is little bit of a
haze that we have noticed throughout the morning hours causing decrease in visibility for some of the coastline. here is our dublin camera. look at those gorgeous blue skies, nothing but some. onshore breeze will kick in this afternoon and temperatures around the coastline will not be as warm as yesterday, 65 right now san francisco, livermore at 89 degrees, the afternoon highs are well above average but you take a big dip, i will explain that, coming up. it is dij@ vu for nba fans after a thrilling game seven win last night against the houston rockets. the warriors punch another ticket to the finals. >> they will be facing the cleveland cavaliers for the fourth straight year. warriors tweeted out this photo of the team celebrating with the western conference trophy yesterday. you can see them sporting their new gear. liking it, game one is thursday and oakland tickets go on sale to the general public tonight at 6 pm. a dramatic rescue as police
them out but the door was jammed and that is when they showed up and used the jaws of life to free them. >> we would switch off, the door flew open. >> one officer dragged one man to the canal bank the other officer said he heard gurgling sounds coming from inside the car and he reached in and grabbed the other man's hand. both were rushed to the hospital and they are expected to be okay. in the bay area an unusual sight on a popular beach. hundreds of jellyfish washing up on the shore. is happened at linda mar beach yesterday. they discovered them scattered all over the sand, the beach -- most of them have dried out and beachgoers say they have seen more jellyfish in the water recently. >> it is strange and a little bit scary. but i can -- touched a bunch of them and they didn't bother me. >> this is the first time they have watched up in the bay
area, they washed up onto san francisco's ocean beach in 2010 and 2004. >> watch where you are stepping if you are on the beach. a good day to go. >> it didn't sound like they were hurting people. we want to show you a live look at pacifica, this is showing plenty of people in the water. people can't get enough of that. if you are lucky enough to go today, that is where you will feel the cooler air, westwind picking up. it doesn't look like there are that many surfers but people dipping their feet in the water to try to cool down. the inland areas will feel warm today, this is our tower camera showing west conditions, earlier this morning we got more of the low clouds affecting visibility but it is starting to improve. look how warm it is, 87 concorde, 70 oakland, livermore 89, the further east and away from the water, you will notice some warm weather. temperatures will be about 10-
15 degrees above average for places like concorde. san jose in the mid-80s, mid-70s for oakland, 60s expected for san francisco as temperatures arise above average. we are expected to pick up around 5 pm, 81 redwood city, 83 campbell, 83 san jose, over to the east bay look at this temperatures toasty in the low 90s for antioch and brentwood danville 90, dublin 87. this is the cooler air for stinson beach, 76, cooler at the coast, warm when you go to the north bay. here is what is going on, a ridge of high pressure over us that this will dip down and when that gets here by tomorrow, temperatures will drop significantly especially inland. sunset tonight at 8:23 pm three things to remember. a warmer than normal day we have an onshore breeze this afternoon and temperatures drop tomorrow and thursday and you
can see this on the 7-day forecast from the 90s to the 70s we go and rising back up for the weekend. >> we will talk about the stock market, take a look at this. this is way down, down 490 points. >> still ahead, wireless carriers are in a race to rollout 5g service that is supposed to be up to 100 times faster than current data speeds. i some neighbors are raising a red flag.
to be up to 100 times faster than current data speeds. but for some.. faster doesn't always mean better. it is race to rollout the fastest wireless service, 5g is supposed to be up to 100 time pastor than current speeds. >> for some, faster doesn't mean better. several companies are in the works to build their own 5g networks. that requires putting up new small cell sites that are closer together and somewhere he the towers will affect their health. >> the cell towers are called's -- called small cell towers. this will cause cancer. >> cell phone equipment emits radiation but studies have been inconsistent. some studies have shown evidence of brain tumor risks related to cell phone use but most studies have found no association. we will be right back.
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