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the driver was just 13 years old. the crash was devastating. four kids were inside this 1995 honda accord. police tried to stop the stolen car on tolley road before 10:15 last night in san jose. officers say rather than stopping, the 13-year-old turned off the lights and sped off. >> for these kids to know that is something that harden criminals do is telling of the fact that maybe someone has been coaching these guys on how to go out there and commit the crimes. >> reporter: the car crashed head-on into a white 2014 ford on mclaughlin avenue. a 14-year-old girl and 16-year-old boy tried to run off, but captured by the officers. the 13-year-old driver was trapped. he was arrested. another 13-year-old boy was taken to the hospital with life threatening injuries. this all comes less than a week after the district attorney's office released a report showing an increase i juvenile crime
led to spike in burglaries, carjackings, and auto thefts. >> not only they are involved in this kind of crime, but the consequences as a result of their actions. everyone's hurt. now one of the passengers, another 13-year-old, is clinging on to life because of their actions, so it's just sad. >> reporter: and san jose police did not chase after the drive turned off his lights and sped off. as for the other passengers, those teenage passengers, they were taken to the hospital with nonlife threatening injuries, and the driver of the vehicle had nonlife threatening injuries. san jose, matt keller, abc 7 news. >> thank you. developing news, sheriff deputies are searching for masked men who attacked three teenage boys with a hammer inside a home early yesterday morning. two of the victims were sleeping at the time. one of the teens is in critical condition. the motive is unclear, but it's called a targeted attack.
new this morning, belgium police search the homes of people connected to the gunman who shot and killed two police officers and a bystander after stabbing the officers and taking their guns. authorities now consider this a terror investigation. abc's molly hunter has the latest. >> reporter: two policewomen executed on the ground in broad daylight, shot, a bullet in the head. i am shocked, he says, cell phone shaking, blood visible, the two women the first victims of today's attack in liege, belgium. it started at 10:30 in the morning. a belgium national released from prison yesterday was stopped at a check point and ran. with a knife, attacked two, stabbed them, and stealing a gun before shooting them dead. he shot a car killing a 22-year-old passenger. at least one body is here on the ground covered in the emergency blanket. the attacker then ran again into
a nearby school taking a woman hostage. swat teams deployed, pedestrians running, gunfire heard out of sight here. when the attacker exited the school, police say there was a shootout. the attacker shooting policemen in the legs and police killed him. the public prosecutor says, this is now a terrorist investigation. and this country, no stranger to terrorist attacks, two years ago in brussels, an isis-inspired attack killed 30 and injuries hundreds. now the terror threat level has not been raised. the terrorist investigation, though, police say, will focus on whether or not the attacker was radicalized in his time in prison. molly hunter, abc news, london. happening today, thousands of starbucks across the country are shutting down to conduct racial bias training for employees. this follows the arrest of two black men in philadelphia after a starbucks' manager called police on them when they did not buy anything and asked to use the bathroom.
stores are closing around 2:00 or 2:30 other than locations not owned by starbucks like those in grocery stores. rapper, common, is taeeaming up with the chain. common said on "gma" it's important to have a black man standing up saying what we need. >> we got to hold starbucks accountable. we hold our political officials accountable. any businesses we support, and we hold ourselves accountable. starbucks is now changed its policy saying customers can use bathrooms regardless of whether they make a purchase. this morning, the chairman says he hopes the training opens a discussion about race, but does not expect a quick fix to what's facing the chain and the nation. >> we are deeply committed to this being a long term journey, integrating training not only in every starbucks store from this point on, but on boarding of 100,000 new people a year. >> he believes president trump's
rhetoric on race is probably, quote, giving license to people to feel they can copy the kind of behavior and language that comes out of this administration. happening today, the families of two men shot and killed by a san francisco police will hold a news conference discussing the district attorney's decision not to file charges against the officers involved. on thursday, the d.a. announced the aum officers are not facing criminal charges because under the law, no crime was committed. the first shooting was mario woods in december 2015. woods was on meth and armed with a knife. the other shooting was louise pat in april of 2016. police say they shot him after he charged at an officer with a kitchen knife. relatives of both men will speak in front of the hall of justice. happening today, san francisco mayor is expected to announce a plan to spend more than $10 million in soda tax revenue for the next fiscal year. the money will be used to improve the health of low income
communities most impacted by the sugar bev raerages like healthy eatsing campaigns. voters approved the tax in 2015. this he says will provide solutions to obesit heart diase in underserved communities. the warriors are back in the bay area this morning ready for thursday's game one of the nba finals. all of the games can be seen right here on abc 7. the dubs arrived in oakland at 3:00 this morning, and rookie jordan bell carrying the western conference trophy. the warriors needed another third quarter comeback to beat houston in game seven of the conference finals. it's the fourth year in a row they face lebron james and the cavaliers in the finals. game one is thursday in oracle arena. fans are lining up to snatch up fan gear for the nba times. amy hollyfield is at a dick's
sporting goods in dublin today as folks open up their wallets. >> reporter: fans showed up at dick's sports goods at 6:00 a.m. to grab western conference championship gear. talking about enthusiastic fans, even that is not early enough. >> i bought this shirt and this landyard, but i thought they would have the hats, but not yet. they'll have them later on this afternoon. >> dubs, baby, dubs. >> yeah. >> reporter: last night's crowd cleaned them out. they were open after the game and fans scooped up items featuring the new title. fans say now that it's the fourth title in a row, they will keep adding to the collections. >> this is a a ritual for me. i come here every time. >> reporter: oracle arena erupted in celebration last night when the warriors won, even though the game was played in houston, fans gathered to watch the game in the warriors' home. their loyal base is growing as
they attract new fans who say they, too, need championship shirts. >> used to be a lakers fan, converted to the warriors about, oh, about three years ago, so just a phenomenal team. they are fun to watch. and probably the best basketball we'll see in quite some time. >> reporter: when your season goes on as long as ours does, even balloons look dingy so you need new ones to prepare for the big championship run. that series starts this thursday. tickets go on sale tonight at 6:00. we put a link to the tickets on our website. go to abc7news.com. great graduation gift idea or gift for your favorite reporter? let's go warriors. live in dublin, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. >> amy, good luck with that. here's the schedule for the nba times right here on abc 7. game one is thursday at oracle arena, game two is sunday, and the series moves to cleveland
for games three a four, and if need, game five in oracle june 11 and games six and sunday june 11 and 14, and june 17, father's day, dads angling to go, but first things first, we are the only place you can watch the nba times presented by youtube tv. as we mentioned, game one is tuesday at oracle. we'll have a pregame show at 5:00 and abc 7 coverage at 5:30 with tipoff at 6:00. is it or is it not happening? the historic summit between the u.s. and north korea. the open developments that seem to point to a thumbs up. and the "roseanne" reboot cancelled. this just tweeted. the swift reaction. good morning, everyone, a pleasant 63 degrees here in san francisco, but we have a 25 degree spread already. 84 in livermore, and 59 at half moon bay, and another
the fight to pass a new assault weapons ban. say no to the nra and yes to common-sense gun laws. california values senator dianne feinstein 30 minutes ago, abc announced cancellation of the " "roseanne" reboot. the actress attacked valerie jared, a a senior adviser to former president obama. she tweeted muslim brotherhood and planet of the apes had a baby, equals
she apologized and removed the statement. they said the statement was inconsistent with the values and decided to cancel her show. more on the story later today on abc 7 news. for the first time since the deadly school shooting, students at santa fe high school are back in the class, lining outside the campus's front entrance this morning, not allowed to bring in backpacks or large purses, and everyone had to show id or form of identification to enter. may 18th, a student killed 10 and injured 13. classrooms where the shoots took place are blocked off. additional securities and counselors are on hand. last day of school is thursday. now, to the status of where the u.s. summit with north korea stands right now. the diplomatic dance continues with high level officials on both sides working to iron out the issues so the meeting can still go forward next month.
abc has more from washington on the latest developments. >> reporter: talks progressing towards a peace summit in singapore next month the u.s. and north korea seem to want to go forward. >> i think there's a lot of good will. i think the people want to see if we can get the meeting and get something done. >> reporter: overnight, a diplomatic exchange. after a u.s. official crossed into north korea to keep the talks moving forward, north korean leader, kim jong un, sending his right hand man and former spy chief to the u.s., the highest ranking north korean official to visit the u.s. in 18 years. president trump claiming the letter he sent last week cancelling the meeting resulted in a positive reaction from the north. tweeting, we have put a great team together for the our talks with north korea. meetings are currently taking place concerning summit and more. kim young chol going to new york. solid response to my letter, thank you. now abc news is learning there are talks of turning the summit into a trilateral meeting with moon jae in joining in, and a
south korean source says they are waiting to see how it turns out, but american officials are in singapore continuing to plan for the june 12 summit, not officially back on schedule. tensions calmed down between north and south korea. here they are seen hugging. that visit to the u.s. does not come without controversy. he reportedly oversaw the sony hack after the film "the interview" mocked kim jong un. abc news, the white house. a proposed class action lawsuit alleging facebook's ad placement tools facilitate discrimination against older job seekers has been expanded. according to bloomberg, they are suing on behalf of union members and other job seekers who allegedly missed out on employment opportunities. the filing named amazon, cox media group, and t-mobile, and now ikea, enterprise rent-a-car, and university of maryland medical system added to the
list. we saw the warriors' historic comeback last night, but we have footage of what happened after the game you probably did not see on the broadcast. hi, everyone, the winds have been light. we had a lot of sunshine out there, but by the end of the day, that sea breeze really picks up, so as much as 10 degrees cooler here later on this afternoon, and numbers in the low 60s, and sea lions trying to make room for sunbathing before it cools of
and monterey inching its way north, and then there's another system well to the north of california that will bear down and allow for cooler weather to sandwich the bay area. in fact, we're in the warmer places all the around the state because the fog has not yet moved across the bay. east bay hills camera, certainly toasty right now, in the 80s, temperatures in the city comfortable at 65, and 70 in oakland, 73 in mountain view, 78 in san jose, half moon bay at 59 degrees. you know heat waves here do not last more than two or three days, but this was brief, even by the end of today, you'll notice slightly co lly cooler conditions. 81 in nevada, and fairfield at 83. southwest wind at 10 miles per hour. it will pick up throughout the day. 83 in and t
84, and numbers are cooler today at the beach in the low 70s. sunny, warm today for most other than right on the coast, in the city, turning much, much cooler tomorrow and thursday. now we're going into the big temperature swings, it seems, from day-to-day, and warming up again by the beginning of june. we were above average yesterday. well above average. still above average today with the average high in the upper 60s. oakland at 75, so that's seven degrees above average, and you noets notice the trend, everyone coming up a few degrees other than concord, really hot in the 90s, 13 degrees above average. three to four degrees above average on the peninsula, and here's the plan with the fog. you can see it offshore, but as i stop this late tonight, here's along the peninsula, and we have the higher clouds moving in early tomorrow, and by the afternoon breezy conditions and more fog set up along the coast for that stronger onshore push, and pretty radical cooldown
because if we look at the temperatures today at the coast, they seem pretty mild. we'll be lucky to get out of the 50s here tomorrow. 73 in santa cruz, water temperature at 55, and across the bay area tomorrow, here are your 50s downtown. 73 in antioch, 20 degrees cooler, 67 at the water and richmond, and chilly in the last day of may, first day of june, numbers coming back up. we will enjoy 80s and 90s today, away from the bay, but 80 in palo alto, 91 in livermore, 69 in san francisco, and then looking at a very mild night tonight for the a's game with temperatures starting out near 60, but then it's going to get chilly, 50s looking at temperatures across the board fairly uniform. today the hottest of the week, a big cooldown in two days, and then download our accuweather app to track the warmup by june 1st. >> all right. a taste of warmth is nice and
back to normal. >> i think so. >> all right. thank you. the whole curry clan in houston as warriors beat the rockets last night. riley curry, of course, stole our hearts three years ago with her dad in a post-game interview, and now the duo is at it again. one of our photographers captured this moment between the two after the game. you see there, the handshake, as she and her younger daughter are in the background. the dad, dell, was also there to celebrate the win. we have to learn that handshake. keep the photos and videos coming, celebrating the fourth straight trip to the finals this morning. post pictures and videos using the hashtag and they could make it on tv. two for the price of one is usually a good deal, but not always. the nearly $1300 trend one high end fashion brand is trying to pull off.
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