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CHP Rescues Man From Burning Car On I-580 In OaklandCalifornia Highway Patrol officers pulled a semi-conscious man out of a burning Honda Accord that crashed in Oakland Tuesday morning.
Property Owners File Lawsuit Claiming Ownership Of Lefty O'Doul's, MemorabiliaThe owners of the building that houses the well-known and now hotly disputed Lefty O'Doul's restaurant near San Francisco's Union Square Tuesday filed a lawsuit against the family that runs it demanding a return of the baseball memorabilia that lines its walls.
President Obama Commutes Sentence Of Chelsea ManningPresident Barack Obama is commuting the prison sentence of Chelsea Manning, the former Army intelligence analyst who leaked classified documents.
Several Bay Area House Members To Boycott Trump InaugurationA growing number of House Democrats, including some Bay Area lawmakers, have announced that they are boycotting Friday’s inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump.

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Dozens Of Democrats Boycotting Inaugural For President-Elect TrumpKenneth Craig reports on Trump attacks against Rep. John Lewis fueling boycott of inauguration (1-17-2017)
Orlando Nightclub Shooter's Widow Charged With Helping HusbandAnne Makovec reports on widow of the Orlando nightclub gunman being charged with aiding husband before attack, obstructing justice (1-17-2017)
Raw Video: Obama Press Secretary Announces Vacation PlansPresident Barack Obama and his family will be departing for Palm Springs after leaving the White House after eight years on Friday, press secretary Josh Earnest announced. (1/17/17)
DRAMATIC RESCUE: Helicopter Rescue of stranded climber on Mt. Baldy is captured on videoHelicopter Rescue of stranded climber on Mt. Baldy is captured on video
"IT'S A RIVALRY": Warriors Star Draymond Green Leaves Little Doubt About How He Feels About The Cavs(1/17/2017)
Tuesday Morning Forecast With Brian HackneyTuesday will be the final day of a dry spell that started last weekend. Expect a series of storms to pass through the area starting on Wednesday, continuing through the weekend. Brian Hackney has the forecast. (1/17/17)
Battle Heats Up Over Lefty O'Doul's Name, MemorabiliaA battle is heating up over Lefty O'Doul's, a well-known San Francisco restaurant in Union Square set to close next month. Veronica De La Cruz reports. (1-16-17)

Sports Headlines & Scores

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.
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers Has No PeerRodgers' performance in Dallas showed again that he's the best pure passer in NFL history. It's really not even close.
Joel Ward Gets Goal, Assist to Lead Sharks Past JetsSan Jose beat the Winnipeg Jets 5-2 on Monday for just its third win in eight games.
Warriors Rout Defending Champion Cavaliers In RematchDraymond Green produced his third triple-double of the season with 11 points, 13 rebounds and 11 assists while matching his career best with five blocks.

KPIX 5 Original Reports

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.
Residents Speak Out Against Proposed Cement Factory In VallejoA new cement factory promises to bring dozens of jobs to a Bay Area community plagued by blight. But some neighbors are saying, "not so fast."
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.

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.

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'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.
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.
Best Ways To Commemorate MLK Jr. Day In The Bay AreaFilm festivals, marches, speeches, an art festival and free admission to national parks are a few of the happenings in and around San Francisco and the Bay Area on and near the date for Martin Luther King Day, Jan. 18, 2016.

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