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Raiders, Mayor Defend Lynch's Anthem Protest After Trump Twitter AttackMarshawn Lynch came under Twitter attack from President Trump when he sat during the national anthem in Mexico Sunday. Now, he is getting support from his fellow Raiders and Oakland's mayor for his decision.
Change-Of-Address Fraud: Easy For Crooks, Hard For Consumers To FixKPIX has learned the problem of mail change-of-address fraud may be much bigger than the U.S. Postal Service has been willing to admit.
Judge Permanently Blocks Trump’s Order To Cut Funding From Sanctuary CitiesA federal judge has permanently blocked President Donald Trump's executive order to cut funding from cities that limit cooperation with U.S. immigration authorities.
110-Carat Gemstone Is Biggest Round Diamond Ever Up For AuctionA 110-carat diamond ring is the largest round diamond ever sold at auction.
Partial Settlement Reached In Deadly Berkeley Balcony Collapse CaseA partial settlement has been reached with the owner and property manager of a Berkeley apartment for the deaths of six students when a balcony collapsed.
Woman Inquired Into Bocanegra's History Of Harassment In 2012A woman who tried to sound the alarm about a top California Democrat's reputation for harassing women on Monday talked to KPIX 5 about how she was blocked from getting the truth five years ago.
Sutter Health Accused Of Overcharging, Destroying EvidenceSutter Health has been accused of widespread overcharging on people’s bills. Now the company is under fire for destroying large amounts of evidence.
Some Locals Opposed To New Security Cameras At Dolores ParkAfter a string of violent crimes led to security cameras being installed at San Francisco's popular Dolores Park, some residents are saying they aren't happy with the new surveillance.
Palo Alto African-American Homeowner Fights Gentrification Despite Pricey Offers To SellLakiba Pittman was offered a million dollars for her home but she refused. She's fighting gentrification and wants to preserve her neighborhood's African American history.

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Change-Of-Address Fraud: Easy For Crooks, Hard For Consumers To FixKPIX has learned the problem of mail change-of-address fraud may be much bigger than the U.S. Postal Service has been willing to admit.
Alameda County Discourages Truancy By Holding Parents AccountableWith an alarmingly high number of truant students in Alameda County, officials are taking a tough-love approach toward parents whose kids miss too many school days.
Data Often Left Unsecured As More Companies Rely On Cloud-Based SystemsIt's part of our mobile-connected lifestyle: storing much of our personal information on the cloud as backup to keep it safe. But the cloud has leaks that have put millions of Americans’ private information at risk.
Majority Of Towed Vehicles In San Jose Abandoned By OwnersThe vast majority of cars towed away off the streets of San Jose are never claimed by their owners because it's too expensive to retrieve them, and workable solutions don't appear close at hand.
San Jose Rethinking Towing Industry Practices As Abandoned Vehicles Pile UpThere is a push to reassess the process of towing cars in San Jose in order to reduce the number of abandoned vehicles in the city's tow yards.
Driver Fees Could Be Radical Solution For Livermore Valley GridlockIt's the commute that now famously starts before dawn, streaming out of the Central Valley, over the Altamont Pass and down into the Livermore Valley.
Cellphone EMF-Blocking Products Put In A Real World TestFrom cellphone cases to blankets, KPIX 5 puts some of the most popular EMF-blocking products to the test.

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