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discolor. >> reporter: basic activists hope to leave with an inspection for the owner. they were shut down. late this afternoon some 40 activist tried walking back on to the farm only to be arrested. >> they can be our friends. that might sound crazy. oo chicken can be your friend. if your friend is hurting, you want to help them. >> reporter: we're back here live. we tried to talk to the owners of sunrise farms. one of the owners said he did not wish to talk to the media. the activists have been taken to the sonoma county jail. the chickens have been taken to an animal sanctuary. tweeting p
posting on her facebook. a lot of talk about rose an. the fall out for her twitter rant continues. the network slammed barr as racist. she driep described former oeb advisor as a product of the musl muslim brotherhood and planet of a ap apes. her agent dropped her and the her original reruns pr yanked. valerie was taping a town frs haul on racism today. >> i think we have to turn it into a teaching moment. i'm fine. i'm worried about the people who don't have friend and followers who come right to their defense. >> that meetding airs tonight at
9:00 on msnbce. ro roseanne wrote she is leaving twitter. tonight some are asking if it's enough. scott budman was at a san jose starbucks when those doors closed. she joins us for more on the training now. >> reporter: good evening. more than 8,000 star buck stores across the country including this one here shut down at about 2:00 this afternoon. community activists call it a good first step. more than 8,000 stores shut down for the afternoon. this incident in april where two
black men were arrested in a philadelphia starbucks while waiting to meet a friend. >> ooichl glad to see they are doing it. i think more corporations should do this. >> managers agree it's not acceptable here at starbucks. >> if it stop today, it's a failure for sure. >> reporter: for local coffee lovers it meant to starbucks for a few hours. a small price to pay. >> i'll go with plan b. >> what's that? >> pete's. >> reporter: the woman who called the police is no longer with the company.
a teenager is in and out of a coma after being beaten with a hammer. it happened at a house right off highway 1. sheriffs deputies say it began when a group of men walked into a garage where three teenagers were sleeping and began hitting them with hammer. the group took things from the garage and drove off. one boy is in the hospital. mentioned in and out of a coma. the other two are recovering at home. investator say they have no solid lead but one tng is certain, this was not random ie attack. a bust at barts civic center station. officers found heroin, cocaine and meth available for sill. there's hundreds of car
crashes each day but when a tesla is involved, it's heightened. these are photos from the scene this morning. that model s crashed into a police cruiser. the tesla driver wasn't badly hurt and the drcruiser was empt. a driver was killed in a crash in the bay area on 101 in mountain view. it appears both sides are working hard to make the summit happen. it's scheduled to take place two weeks from now. diplomats are chris crossing across the globe. today north korea's vice chairman touched down in north korea for a meeting with secretary of state mike pompeo. u.s. delegations are in singapore where the meeting is said to take place. don't expect denuclearization after one meeting.
>> north korea has dozens of buildings and thousands of people involved in this nuclear program. even decommissionings one facility can take years. >> next week president trump meets at the white house with japan's prime minister with a big stake in the upcoming summit. in just about 25 minutes on nightly news we'll look at behind the scenes wrang ling over this meeting and the signal the white house is sending out about theeds tase talks. oakland mayor said se had enough of illegal dumping in her city. cleaning up appliances and couches left behind on the streets is costing the city more than 5 million bucks each year. oakland is hiring three full-time litter enforcement officers. the mayor wants to hire a specialized cleaning crew and improve lighting. she is asking for the public's help. >> let people know they are not
going to get away with this in oakland. also to know where to call, 311. both to get illegal dumping picked up and to provide any information that you may know about who is doing the dumping. >> if you hire a hauler, make sure the hauler gives you a receipt to confirm your stuff made it to the dump. a uncommon and squishy site. tens of thousands of jelly fish washed ashore and blanketing the beach. we found out why it's happening. >> reporter: it's the kind of thing that does not happen often so it has to be the perfect storm to lead to this and that's what it it was luckily for the
people who encountered them today, they don't sting. surf's up and so is the slime. >> i can't get them to stop. it's like stepping in jell-o. >> reporter: they have some pretty bright surfers. they are both engineers. not one of them knew what to make of the clear orbs floating in their sandy universe. >> i thought they might have been some sort of rock that i've never seen before. >> the surf is like marble. i've never seen that before. >> they are moon jellies which is one of the probably 20 species of jelly fish off the coast of california. >> reporter: she's executive director of the marine science institute in redwood city who says there's a perfectly logical explanation for all of this. >> jelly fish are not switchemm.
they float with current. when you get on shore current and wind they just float ashore. >> reporter: this video is provided by tanya who documented the moment with her son. >> just the value of being able to touch and feel something like this and see it up close i think is beats the danger. >> reporter: these are pretty benign. moon jellies are not toxic which means you get a bit of a prick but no sting. don't try this at all. the major decision about the acc accumed golden state killer. the key details the prosecution wants the public to know but the judge might deny this requested. thank you so much for having all this available. >> after having its baseball
to california schoolsd, need big change. marshall tuck is the only candidate for state superintendent who's done it before. less bureaucracy, more classroom funding. marshall tuck for state superintendent. marshall tuck. ithe race for governort. has turned into a scam. gavin newsom's trying to elect a republican who was endorsed by trump. and villaraigosa's being bankrolled by a handful of billionaires. it's everything that's wrong with politics. and none of it is helping struggling families. here's my pledge to you. i'll keep our budget balanced. invest in affordable housing. fight for universal healthcare. and stand up to donald trump. as governor, you can trust me to do what's right- because i always have. man accused of being the
"golden state killer." "joseph deangelo" was back in a sacramento theco moon accused of being the golden state killer was back in the sacramento courtroom today as attorneys argued over what can be leased to the public. several media outlets want his arrest and search warrants unsealed. the judge says he will make his decision on thursday. his lawyer argue that opening the files could jeopardize the right to fair trial. he faces a dozen murder charnls in four counties crimes committed decades ago. have you decide who you will vote for? election day is one week away. it's turning out to be an unusual race for governor. gavin newsome launched a 30-city st tour. if you listen to the ads they focus on issues that almost all republicans support. >> they're attacking mr. cox by painting him as the true con
sefbti -- conservative in the race. >> his ads are meant to get more republicans to get out and vote for cox in the top two primaries. the question is why. republican would likely be a weaker challenger than any democrat in the general election. the general election would be in november. mr. newsome told us he would prefer to run against a republican. mark matthews will have more on how they are trying to counter the challenge. set your dvr at noon this sunday. we'll be rebroadcasting the debate we hosted earlier this month. there's a lot of stories that begin in a garage and end in greatness. >> hewlett-packard would be one of them.
our next story is about an oern operation that two brothers run and never left the area. >> if jordan and matthew ever tell you something, just believe them. years ago they told me they saw themselves doing good work for years to come and they have. >> we'll take the mitts. >> in the 50 miles that separates richmond triangle from this san jose garage, there's a whole lot of places one can find baseball equipment but the special type of kindness that comes with these cleats is well worth the journey. >> thank you so much. thank you so much for having all this available. >> at least it was for eddie. eddie is athletic director for richmond college prep. he's made the drive because in
early april while his school was on spring break thieves broke in and stole everything they had. >> our bats, mitt, ball, gone. >> this is like a brand new chest guard. >> reporter: he reached out for help to a friend who used to play professional baseball and he told him about these brothers. within a few weeks of eddie hearing their name, he was filling his car with much needed free gear. we, on the other hand, have known about jordan and matthew a bit longer. six years ago we shared the story of two teenagers with a simple idea. collect used baseball gear from people who no longer needed it and give it to those who did. they called it baseball buddies. >> just amazing to see how such a small idea that we had to help the local community became what we're doing now.
>> reporter: jordan and that ma regularly take in donations from around the area and country and send them around the world. >> i think we have shipped several tons of equipment throughout this -- throughout the zeseven, eight years we've been doing this. a pick up order like this is even more special for the brothers. knowing tha inin ining their wo someone in their backyard. they can't wait to drive those 50 miles back to richmond so sew their generosity take the field. they promise to head back to richmond not only the see the gear in action but maybe give a clinic or two to the players. they are baseball players. they stopped playing to per sue academic now but both had succe success. >> it's remarkable. they keep this up going through high school and college never
letting it go. >> they years ago said they got such a good feeling from doing this good work. they said i want to keep doing this. >> great story. while you were sleeping, the warriors flew into town with their latest trophy. western conference champion for the fourth straight years. did you see that game last night? the team arriving home early this morning. houston to oakland, private charter with some card games, might be champagne and the latest trophy. jordan bell hoisting it as they got off the plane. the warriors are now four wins away from the nab championship. this is their fourth straight trip to the nba finals. we are seeing history here. this is a dynasty for sure and they will be facing for the fourth straight year lebron james and the cavaliers. here it is, game 1 at the oracle. game 2 also in oakland this
sunday at 5:00 p.m. we're just looking at ticket prices and we saw one court side seat available. how much did i tell you? >> 59,000. >> one court side seat. we can all share it and rotate through. >> got to get the funds together. >> that's 20,000 each. >> we all get it for a minute. we get a bunch of people. >> i like your enthusiasm to get us there. weather for any kind foelks heading to that game, it's going to be nice. typical bay area weather coming our way after hone of our warme temperatures coming from nearby
concord. notice the humidity. fire danger on the increase today. it's 29%. however, once we hit 9:00 tonight we'll see 60s come back and that's part of the cooling ocean sea breeze. it has already been dropping temperatures today. if you're anywhere near the coast or the bay you know what i'm talking about. our 24 hour temperature change showing us down 17 degrees colder in san francisco and ten down here in san francisco. overall numbers will continue to drop tomorrow. not only from the ocean breeze but from a cooler system at sitting out here offshore. that's going to bring in cloud cover. this will bring us some charlar changes. also partly cloudy skies for the trivalley and more fog and low clouds from san francisco into the east bay and temperatures in the 50s. we start off a bit cooler as we head through tomorrow and then afternoon temperatures not going
to get nearly as warm as the system starts to move closer to our coastline. instead of 80s in the south bay, you're back down to 67. a big change for us. keep your eye on the wind here. it's going to be breezy as the system approaches as well. winds anywhere from 10 to 20 miles an hour on avenue rarage. peninsu peninsula, reality is setting back in. san francisco, no mild weather here. 59 in the marina. isolated 90s in wine country today. more changes coming our way once we hit thursday. then we'll see temperatures warm up this weekend. saturday by saturday and cooler into next week. for cities away from the
coastline lets get a look. after 90s today, we're down to 75 tomorrow. breezy conditions. we'll see morning fog on thursday. only a partly sunny sky. that's a big change for us and we're back up to 93 as we head saturday and that unshine returning. bit of up down all over the place on the extended forecast. i'd say next two day will be the biggest changes come our way. >> i see him sneaking in the 90s on the weekend. still to come, be ware of plaque market pot. the banned chemical in much of the underground supply. a studen
high school is accused of bringing a 9 millimeter gun to class. worker shot and killed man. the man walked in wearing a clown mask and taked the worker with a wooden pole and scissors. back in a moment. the children of california. tony is a leader , slips through the cracks. sure california's schools are the best in the country. every child in california has a fair shot. i'm tony thurmond, and i'll lead california's fight against donald trump and betsy devos's anti-education agenda. please vote for tony thurmond for state superintendent.ths
mpblt hand over your records. that's what st city of san francisco is saying to uber and ly lyft. they were subpoenaed today. at issue whether they treat their drivers as independent contractor or employees. a new warning for people who buy pot from illegal growers. federal authorities sigh illegal california growers are using ei dangerous pesticide. it's banned in the u.s. r residue is showing up in 30% of pot ploants. a quarter teaspoon can kill a 300 pound pair. they believe they are getting the chemical if mexico. it still threatens the deep south. alberto is the first named tropical storm this year. it's already billion blamed for
when the worst oil spill hit san francisco, first responders went to work. and mayor gavin newsom, he went to hawaii. man: newsome left the day after the spill for a four-day vacation in hawaii. the same gavin who said his job as lieutenant governor was so dull, he only showed up for work at the state capitol one day a week, tops.
gavin's not gonna work as governor. i support the affordable care act, and voted against all trump's attempts to repeal it. but we need to do more. i believe in universal health care. in a public health option to compete with private insurance companies. and expanding medicare to everyone over 55. and i believe medicare must be empowered to negotiate the price of drugs. california values senator dianne feinstein
the question she tonight at 6:00, a complaint from a coach at cal. the question a southwest employee asked her about her son that has her crying foul. that story at 6:00. do you need spell chk? i do but these kids do not. e 91st annual scripp's spelling bee kicking off in maryland. this is when we all look bad. more than 500 kids competing. 7th grader goes to berell middle school. can anyone tell me what that means? >> somebody from halifax. >> i got do fact check that. >> i just looked it up. >> 8th grader goes to school.
san francisco 8th grader deserves a shout out too. . >> that is so impressive. >> we'll study and see you at 6:00. tonight, fired and fury. roseanne's blockbuster hit gets canceled after the star's racist tweet about former obama aide valerie jarrett. response from jarrett just in. >> i think we have to turn it into a teaching moment. i'm fine. >> reaction tonight from the "roseanne" cast and across hollywood. breaking news from missouri. the governor says he's resigning. the fall of a rising republican star. amid sexual misconduct and blackmail. outrage over a new video game that lets users play as a gunman opening fire on a school campus. tonight parents and students calling for it to be stopped. the new panic button in your uber. it ss