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Bay Area Activists, Educators Call For Inauguration Day Closure Of SchoolsSchools in the Bay Area are wrestling with calls to cancel class, in protest, on Inauguration Day.
After Flooding And Landslides, Bay Area Braces As 3 More Storms ArriveThe Bay Area is buckling down for another round of storms.
Berkeley Mom Set To Head To Washington For Women's MarchBay Area women are getting ready to march in the nation's capitol with a bold message for President-elect Donald Trump.
Last Person To Escape Ghost Ship Warehouse Fire Alive Remains HospitalizedThe last person to escape the Ghost Ship warehouse fire in Oakland alive is still hospitalized.

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Bay Area Activists, Educators Urge Inauguration Day Closure Of SchoolsSchools in the Bay Area are wrestling with calls to cancel class, in protest, on Inauguration Day. John Ramos reports. (1/17/17)
After Flooding And Landslides, Bay Area Braces As 3 More Storms ArriveThe Bay Area is buckling down for another round of storms. Kiet Do reports. (1/17/17)
Tuesday Night Pinpoint ForecastAnother round of stormy is taking aim at the Bay Area starting Wednesday, says Emily Turner. (1-16-17)
Warriors Hold Elaborate Groundbreaking Ceremony At Site Of New ArenaJackie Ward reports on the Golden State Warriors hosting an extravagant groundbreaking for new SF arena (1-17-2017)
Growing Number Of Democratic Members Of Congress Boycotting InaugurationMelissa Caen reports on the increasing number of Democratic congressmen and women boycotting Trump inauguration (1-17-2017)
Family Of Baypoint Woman Worried She May Have Driven Into Sacramento RiverKelly Ryan reports on family of missing Baypoint woman getting few answers after possible crash into Sacramento River (1-17-2017)
Bay Area Women Get Ready To Head To Washington D.C. For Women's MarchJuliette Goodrich reports on one Berkeley woman's reasons for heading to Washington D.C. for women's march (1-17-2017)

Sports Headlines & Scores

NBA/Former Warriors Star Baron Davis Talks About His Latest Venture, 'Black Santa'Baron Davis, former NBA great and Golden State Warriors star and the founder The Black Santa Company was in San Francisco for the Black Comic Arts Festival 2017.
Obama Pardons Giants Great Willie McCovey's Tax Fraud ConvictionSan Francisco Giants Hall of Famer Willie McCovey is among the people who have received a pardon from President Barack Obama, days before the end of his presidency.
Warriors Break Ground On New San Francisco ArenaThe Golden State Warriors broke ground Tuesday on their $1 billion, privately funded San Francisco arena.
State Supreme Court Denies Petition To Halt Warriors New ArenaThe California Supreme Court Monday denied a petition to halt construction of the new Golden State Warriors arena along the San Francisco waterfront.

KPIX 5 Original Reports

Storm Topples Iconic Giant Sequoia ‘Tunnel’ Tree In Calaveras ParkA beloved giant Sequoia with a tunnel tourists loved to walk through was the latest victim of the big storm that blew through Northern California over the weekend. Strong winds and rain toppled the famous giant Sequoia known as the Pioneer Cabin Tree.
Russian River Surges Past Flood Stage In GuernevilleSome evacuations orders remained in effect Monday in the area around the Russian River in Sonoma County as the river surged past flood stage.
Rain-Swollen Yosemite Falls Put On A ShowA potent winter storm may have shut down Yosemite National Park Sunday, but it also has led to an awesome display of Mother Nature’s power as the park’s signature falls roared to life.
No Quick Fix For SF Muni's Nextbus Tracking SystemIt seemed like a great idea -- a web-based tracking system called 'Nextbus' that allows passengers waiting catch a ride on San Francisco Muni lines tell when their bus or light rail train will arrive.
SJ Police Officers Sleeping In RV's Forced To MovePeople were shocked when they learned last summer that some San Jose cops were forced to live in RVs in an effort to get some shuteye. Now those cops are being forced to move out because of a familiar roadshow is moving in.
Santa Rosa Artist Builds Tiny Houses For HomelessA Santa Rosa artist has gone above and beyond when it comes to helping the homeless, designing and helping to build a group of miniature shelters for those in need.
Initial Tests On Oilfield Wastewater Safety Draw Mixed ReactionIs it safe to use oilfield wastewater to irrigate crops? A consultant hired by the water district that’s selling the water to farmers has just finished a third round of tests on produce.

From The KCBS Radio Newsroom

Ed Lee Leads List Of Nation’s Highest Paid MayorsOf all the mayors of big cities across the country, a new report finds Mayor Ed Lee of San Francisco is paid the most.
Fire Breaks Out At Popular Alameda Japanese RestaurantA popular Japanese restaurant in Alameda owned by a 92-year-old woman was badly damaged by fire early Friday morning.
After Shootings, Cameras Coming To I-80 In San PabloThe city of San Pablo is working with the California Highway Patrol to install new surveillance cameras along a stretch of Interstate 80.
UCSF Receiving $500M Donation From Diller Family FoundationThe University of California, San Francisco has received the single largest gift in UC history.

Eat.See.Play

'Aladdin' Star James Monroe Iglehart Switches To 'Hamilton'Iglehart is trading in his genie bottle for a place in American history onstage...
Best Stores In San Francisco & East Bay For Second-Hand Baby GearAmericans discard millions of tons of clothing and gear every year. The more we can recycle, the better it is for everyone, and babies certainly outgrow things quickly. Buying and selling at San Francisco consignment shops is good for the environment and the pocketbook.
SFJAZZ Center Celebrates Fifth Season With Gala And MoreSFJAZZ kicks off the long-running Bay Area cultural institution's Fifth Anniversary Season this week with the SFJAZZ Gala 2017 paying tribute to tabla maestro Zakir Hussain Wednesday night.
Local Latin Percussion Legend Plays Yoshi'sOnetime member of Santana and a veteran band leader, local Latin percussion giant Pete Escovedo and his Orchestra perform at Yoshi's in Oakland this weekend.

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