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Third Section Of Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge Brought DownCaltrans crews demolished the third section of the Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge near Big Sur Wednesday afternoon.
Elderly Woman Kicked In Head On BART Train; Suspect ArrestedAn elderly woman was recovering after being kicked in the head while aboard a Bay Area Rapid Transit train early Wednesday.
Experts: Damaged Oroville Dam Spillway Posing 'Significant Risk'A federal team of dam experts is warning of a "very significant risk" if the main spillway of a California dam is not operational again by the next rainy season.
Pilot Program To Equip Deputies In San Francisco Jail With Body CamerasTwo years after allegations first surfaced that deputies in a San Francisco jail were forcing inmates to fight each other, the Sheriff's Department is preparing to equip guards in that jail with body-worn cameras.

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RAW: Third Section Of Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge DemolishedCaltrans crews bring down the third section of the Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge on Wednesday (video courtesy Kyle Evans)
Spelling Bee: For two-time CBS Bay Area Spelling Bee champion practice is the key to successFor two-time CBS Bay Area Spelling Bee champion practice is the key to success
ENDANGERED FURS: SF boutique owner talks about her arrest for selling endangered fursSF boutique owner talks about her arrest for selling endangered furs
ENDANGERED FURS: San Francisco DA George Gascon on charging boutique owner with selling endangered fursSan Francisco DA George Gascon on charging boutique owner with selling endangered furs
Gov. Brown Blasts Republicans On Health Care BillJackie Ward reports on Gov. Jerry Brown's fiery comments about "disastrous" GOP health care plan (3-22-2017)
Loans Being Made Available To Help Homeowners And Renters Hit Hard By Coyote Creek FloodingMaria Medina reports on San Jose residents taking out low-interest loans to fix or replace property damaged in flood (3-22-2017)
Tri-Valley Forecast: Cooler Temps With More Rain AheadThe Tri-Valley got a good soaking overnight with an inch of rain falling between late Tuesday and early Wednesday.

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Galileo High School Coach Accused Of Mocking Asian-American PlayerThe head baseball coach at San Francisco’s Galileo High School is in trouble for allegedly mocking an Asian American player.
Rising Star: Oregon Guard Tyler DorseyTyler Dorsey, Oregon's sophomore guard, has been on a scoring tear. Can he keep his Ducks flying against the Wolverines from Michigan?
Signs Point To NFL Owners Approving Raiders Vegas RelocationA veteran NFL reporter said signs are pointing to the league's 32 team owners approving the Oakland Raiders proposed move to Las Vegas at a meeting next week.
CBS Sports' Debbie Antonelli 'Surprised And Very Excited' To Call Butler-WinthropDebbie Antonelli, longtime broadcaster, discusses being the first woman to call a men's NCAA Tournament since 1995 and looks ahead to action.

KPIX 5 Original Reports

Rutvik Gandhasri Wins CBS Bay Area Regional Spelling Bee With O-M-O-D-Y-N-I-AMore than 50 of the Bay Area’s best spellers faced off Saturday afternoon at the CBS Bay Area Regional Spelling Bee for the fourth year in a row.
Practice Makes P-E-R-F-E-C-T For Two-Time Spelling Bee ChampWhen you have been occupied for weeks honing your ability to spell the toughest words in the English language, a simple request needs some careful consideration.
Repairs On Massive Orinda Sinkhole BeginThe fix for gaping sinkhole on Miner Road in Orinda is coming closer to reality after one of the main obstacles to make repairs was resolved.
KPIX Sky Drone 5: San Joaquin River Likely To Stay Swollen Until Mid-Summer After weeks of heavy rain, the San Joaquin River  just south of Tracy remains very swollen. Trees remain submerged as far as the eye can see. It paints a good picture of just how wet this winter has been.
SkyDrone 5 Shows Remarkable Comeback For San Luis ReservoirSan Luis Reservoir, one of the state's largest, was also one of its driest. What a difference one winter can make.
Repairs to Washed-Out Highway 35 To Take MonthsOne of the Bay Area's largest mudslides and the gaping hole it left in Highway 35 may not be repaired this year, according to a transportation official.
Big Sur Continues To Cope With Closure Of Pfeiffer Canyon BridgeOne area hit particularly hard by storm damage is Big Sur, a small coastal community that has essentially been cut in half with the closure of the Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge.

From The KCBS Radio Newsroom

CHP Investigates Potential Links Into 101 Assault, Bay Bridge SideshowThe California Highway Patrol is investigating any potential connection between the recent attack of a ridesharing driver on Highway 101 in San Francisco and Sunday's sideshow on the Bay Bridge.
Trio Of San Jose Siblings To Run In Boston MarathonA trio of siblings from San Jose will be running in one of the most prestigious footraces in the country next month.
More Rain, Snowmelt Prompt Reopening Of Damaged Oroville SpillwayDespite needing tens of millions of dollars in repair, the Oroville Spillway is being called back into action.
Judge Refuses To Throw Out Trump Supporters' Lawsuit Against San Jose A federal judge is giving Donald Trump supporters the green light to pursue their lawsuit against the city of San Jose.

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Live 105 Predicts 2017 Outside Lands Line-upLive 105 released their list of those you might be seeing in Golden Gate Park this August..
Thomas Keller Shows Off His Sleek New French Laundry RemodelOn a sunny morning in Napa Valley, America's most celebrated chef is reflecting on his career, the culinary empire it spawned and why he just spent $10 million to upgrade his famed restaurant, the French Laundry.
Red Hot Chili Peppers, Prince, David Bowie, More To Offer Rarities On Record Store DayThis year's event features something for everyone.
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