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Demonstrations Commemorate Anniversary of SF Police Shooting Death of Mario WoodsA group of more than a dozen protesters demonstrated Friday afternoon on the one-year anniversary of the fatal police shooting of Mario Woods.
Unofficial Signs Condemning Hate Posted on BART TrainsA vigilante message is getting double takes on BART.
'Fuller House' Cast And Creator Visit Iconic HouseFans of the popular sitcom "Full House" took a trip back in time to the 1990s as cast members and the shows creator visited the iconic San Francisco home Friday.
New Uniforms Leave American Airlines Employees Itching For ReliefAbout 1,600 American Airlines employees complained they were getting headaches and rashes from the wool fabric.

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Bay Area Wine Fraudster's Empire Goes To AuctionA peek inside the office of Premier Cru is a glimpse into a luxury life funded by fraud. Owner John Fox has admitted he ran a wine Ponzi scheme and, on Saturday, items from his wealthy lifestyle go on the auction block. Christin Ayers reports. (12-2-16)
Stanford Surgeons Prepare for Marathon Operation to Separate Conjoined TwinsThe delicate, complex surgery to separate Eva and Erika Sandoval is being carefully orchestrated at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital. Andria Borba reports. (12-2-16)
'Fuller House' Cast And Creator Visit Iconic S.F. VictorianFans of the popular sitcom "Full House" took a trip back in time to the 1990s as cast members and the shows creator visited the iconic San Francisco home Friday. Jackie Ward reports. (12-2-16)
NCAA Women's College Cup Soccer Championship Moved to San JoseAvaya Stadium is hosting the women's soccer national championship this weekend and Vern Glenn talked to two local high school stars who are glad the NCAA took a political stance, getting the tournament moved closer to home from North Carolina. (12-2-16)
Students Rising Above: Abel RegaladoTechnology is more than a hobby for Abel Regalado. It’s his salvation. Sherry Hu has this week's Student Rising Above. (12-2-16)
Oakland Parking Garage Closed Due To Seismic InstabilityThe garage at 1414 Clay St., next to City Hall, was determined to be too unsafe to continue using after a recent assessment. Don Ford reports. (12-2-16)
State Treasurer Working To Help Banks Lend To Marijuana IndustryCalifornia's marijuana industry has a problem: banks won't do business with pot growers and dispensaries. Melissa Caen reports. (12-2-16)

Sports Headlines & Scores

Martin Jones Stops 31 Shots As Sharks Beat Canadiens 2-1The Sharks extended their mastery of Montreal at home by beating the Canadiens 2-1 on Friday night.
Raiders Injury Report: Murray and Crabtree Questionable, McGee Again OutSitting in the AFC West catbird's seat at 9-2, the Raiders hold a game lead over Kansas City (8-3), with a two-game edge on defending Super Bowl champion Denver (7-4). That said there is much to be decided before the end of the regular season in the evening hours of New Year's Day.
Athletics Sign 1B Yonder Alonso To $4M Contract For 2017The Oakland Athletics have agreed to a $4 million, one-year contract with first baseman Yonder Alonso to avoid salary arbitration.
Keidel: Why The Cowboys' Win Streak ContinuesThe Dallas Cowboys are the NFL's best team, thanks to a mature Prescott, a bulldozing Elliott and a stout offensive line.

KPIX 5 Original Reports

The Golden Gate Bridge Is Starting To Show Its AgeThe Golden Gate Bridge is in need of some love and its corrosion in causing concerns.
When Public Storage Is Burglarized, Not All Insurance Is Created EqualThousands of people use public storage to store their belongings. But what happens when there is a burglary? Lots of people are complaining that the insurance they bought wasn’t worth the piece of paper it was written on.
Abandoned Mine Near Russian River Has Alarmingly High Levels Of MercuryMercury levels at the Russian River are four times higher than that needed to be deemed a hazardous waste site, yet no signs are posted.
High Cancer Risk A Fatal Job Hazard For FirefightersAccording to the International Association of Firefighters, 63 percent of firefighters will get cancer at some point. The San Francisco Fire Department is trying to change that.
Election Adds Stress To Thanksgiving GatheringsAfter our recent divisive, bitter and draining Presidential election, you may know someone who is dreading going to joining family and friends at Thanksgiving Dinner.
Will New Recreational Pot Law Lead To Stoned DriversAlameda County Sheriff Deputy Mathew Neill pulled a driver over in Oakland last month for driving twice the speed limit.
Deadly Counterfeit Opioid Pills Fooling Experts, Killing CaliforniansCalifornia leads the nation in opioid-related deaths, but the toll is growing by 1000s of more deaths a year due to counterfeit painkillers.

From The KCBS Radio Newsroom

Palo Alto Commission Encourages Construction Of In-Law UnitsThe Palo Alto Planning and Transportation Commission is supporting Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs), more commonly known as in-law or granny units.
Bay Area Lawmakers Look To Thwart Trump On Proposed Muslim RegistryFive Bay Area members of Congress are leading a fight to make it harder for President-elect Donald Trump to force immigrants from predominantly Muslim countries to register with the federal government.
Caltrain ‘Holiday Train’ To Roll Through Peninsula In what has become an annual tradition, the Caltrain "Holiday Train" is set to roll on the Peninsula this weekend.
Dungeness Crab Season To Open Between Point Reyes, Salt PointA 50-mile section of coastal waters off the North Bay will open to commercial crab fishing on Saturday.

Eat.See.Play

Victoria's Secret Rocks Paris With $3 Million Bra & Lady GagaGet a preview of the laciest, if not raciest, catwalk event of the year — aka, the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show…
Tips For Staying Healthy During Your Holidays TravelFive helpful tips on helping you stay healthy during your holiday travels...
Remember Pokémon GO? Now There Are 100 New Creatures To CatchJust when Pokémon GO die-hards thought they had caught them all, the makers of the app have added 100 new creatures and a bunch of new features.
Peter Murphy Adds Several Bay Area Tour DatesMurphy will continue his "Stripped" theme, touring as a trio with guitarist John Andrews and bassist/electric-violinist Emilio “Zef” China.

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