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Senior Care Company Accused Of Allowing Sexual Harassment Of WorkersA senior care company sued for allegedly allowing sexual harassment of its caregivers and retaliating against a caregiver who complained.
High School Employee Accused Of Raping Developmentally Disabled WomanDeputies arrested a San Jose high school employee in connection with the alleged sexual assault of a developmentally disabled woman.
San Francisco Considers Renaming Justin Herman PlazaSan Francisco supervisor calls for Justin Herman Plaza to be named after an honored resident who "should embody San Francisco values of equity, inclusion and forward-thinking."
'Insidious' Drinking Water Carcinogen Has California Water Customers Facing Rate HikesNearly 100 public drinking water systems in California have excessive levels of the potent carcinogen 1,2,3-trichloropropane, known as TCP.
San Francisco Mother And Baby Struggle On San Francisco StreetsA homeless mother in San Francisco takes her infant with her to panhandle on the streets of San Francisco. Joe Vazquez reports. (7/25/17)
Second Homicide Suspect Arrested In Miss Flo Murder CaseA second homicide suspect was arrested in connection with San Jose's 'Miss Flo' murder case. Betty Yu reports. (7/25/17)
Republican Health Care Bill In LimboA Republican health care bill remained in limbo Tuesday night. Andria Borba reports. (7/25/17)
Mothball Fleet Cargo Ship Makes Final VoyageJohn Ramos reports on one of last ships from Mothball Fleet heading to Texas for scrapping (7-25-2017)
California's Pacheco Reservoir Could Get $800M ExpansionSanta Clara County officials will vote on how to pay for a major expansion of the Pacheco Reservoir. Maria Medina reports. (7/25/17)
San Francisco City Hall Has Full Agenda Ahead Of Summer RecessWilson Walker reports on San Francisco Board of Supervisors plowing through business before recess (7-25-2017)
Novato Narrows Of Highway 101 Slow To See New Carpool LanesThe Novato Narrows is a painful stretch of road for drivers and it's felt like an endless construction project. Emily Turner reports. (7/25/17)
Bay Area Female Baseball Player Proves She Belongs With The MenStacy Piagno wanted to extend her baseball career when she moved to Sonoma last summer to play for the Stompers – she ended up making history in the process.
2017 Mid-American Conference Football Preview: West DivisionThe Broncos dominated the conference last year. After losing their coach and QB, can they remain on top? Or will a tough Toledo team knock them off?
Report: Brain Disease Found In 90% Of Football Players StudiedResearch on 202 former football players found evidence of a brain disease linked to repeated head blows in nearly all of them, from athletes in the National Football League, college and even high school.
2017 Mid-American Conference Football Preview: East DivisionThe Bobcats took the division last year, but Miami, OH won their final six games of the regular season entering this year hot. Which team comes out on top?
Giant Sequoia National Monument Could Be Reduced To Allow LoggingThe Trump administration is considering a plan to shrink Giant Sequoia National Monument by more than two-thirds, and the plan has found some unlikely allies.
Sand Mine On Monterey Bay To Close After More Than A CenturyAfter years of protests, investigation and negotiation, the California Coastal Commission voted to accept a deal that will set in motion the eventual closure of the 110-year-old Lapis Sand Mine in the Monterey County town of Marina.
Residents Wary Over Delta Tunnels Effect On Waterways, LivelihoodsThe state’s plan to take water from the Sacramento River north of the Delta and tunnel it down to pumping stations in the south has people who live in the area up in arms. Many believe the fix is in to send more water to San Joaquin Valley farmers and Southern California.
Environmentalists File Lawsuit Over California's Delta Tunnels ProjectEnvironmentalists have filed a lawsuit after the federal government said last week that Northern California’s delta tunnels project would not harm endangered fish in the delta and bay.
'Comfort Dogs' Draw Increased Scrutiny, Comparisons To Certified Service DogsEmotional support dogs have been playing an increasing role for people with mental health needs, and prompting increased scrutiny over the dogs' access to public areas.
Drug Dealers Bribe San Francisco International Security AgentsThey're a major line of defense for stopping terror attacks. But several Bay Area airport screeners have pleaded guilty to taking bribes.
State Legislator Battles 'Serial Filers' Who Exploit Disability Act InfractionsFiling a lawsuit to protest lack of disabled access to a retail store is perfectly understandable but what about filing thousands? KPIX discovered one such “serial filer” is currently wreaking havoc in the Bay Are
Cafeteria Workers At Facebook Headquarters To Join UnionThe people who prepare and serve food at Facebook headquarters have become the latest blue-collar employees at tech companies to join a union.
UC Study Dispels Claims Of Pot Dispensaries Increasing CrimeA new study finds there's no measurable increase in crime when a pot dispensary opens. What's more, when a dispensary is forced to close, there's an immediate increase in crime.
Oakland Builders Boosting Security After Suspicious Construction FiresBuilders in Oakland are taking additional steps to protect their properties, following a rash of suspicious fires at housing projects.
Travelers Flying Into U.S. Face Stricter Screening Of Laptops, ElectronicsTravelers flying into the United States from nearly 300 international airports are now subject to stepped-up security measures.
Best Places To Meet New People In San FranciscoAlthough San Francisco is only seven-by-seven miles square, in a city full of transplants and transients, meeting new people can be a challenge. Think outside the box for some good ways to meet up, even without an introduction.
Esoteric Metal Quartet Headlines UC TheatreFrench experimental metal group Gojira bring intense songs from their latest album 'Magma' to the UC Theatre in Berkeley Sunday night.
Tears For Fears Postpone San Jose Show With Hall & OatesDue to a family emergency, Tears For Fears has postponed their show with Daryl Hall & John Oates at the SAP Center in San Jose…
Silversun Pickups To Kick-Off Fall Tour In Santa CruzSilversun Pickups announced a run of North American headlining tour dates for this fall. The band will kick off their 18-show tour in Santa Cruz and a show the next day in Oakland...