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Tens Of Thousands Rally In Oakland For Women's MarchProtesters started gathering at about 10 a.m. outside the Lake Merritt BART station but many were late as trains were delayed due to extreme crowding at the station.
Women's March Turns Washington Streets Pink Wearing pink, pointy-eared "pussyhats" to mock the new president, hundreds of thousands of women took to the streets in the nation's capital and cities around the world Saturday to send Donald Trump an emphatic message that they won't let his agenda go unchallenged over the next four years.
UC Berkeley Discovery Yields New Mark Twain Children's BookDoubleday Books for Young Readers announced Friday that it has acquired a Samuel Clemens-penned fairy tale recently discovered by Cal researchers.
Bay Area Transit Services Ramp Up Service For Saturday Women's March RalliesMultiple rallies and marches are taking place around the Bay Area for women's rights, human rights and civil liberties.

Top Videos

Women's Marches Planned for Oakland, San Jose, San FranciscoKPIX 5's Sharon Chin interviewed Alison Mata, an organizer for the Oakland women's march, before the event began Saturday morning. (1-21-17)
Pet of the Week: Help Kermit Find a New HomeJulie Watts welcomed Kelly Lo, with the Humane Society Silicon Valley, and Kermit, a 3-month-old Boston terrier-pit bull mix, to KPIX studios on Saturday. Adoption info: http://hssv.org
Saturday Morning Pinpoint ForecastSaturday by the bay: mostly cloudy and breezy with showers and a chance of thunderstorms. Highs in the mid 50s. West winds will be between 20 and 30 mph. Saturday night: rainy and very windy with lows in the upper 40s. (1-21-17)
2nd Levee Break In 2 Weeks Floods Farms Near HollisterSevere flooding in the South Bay where heavy rain ripped a wider gap in a busted levee. Betty Yu reports. (1-20-17)
Large Crowd Of Anti-Trump Protesters Marches In San FranciscoThousands of people marched in San Francisco Friday evening despite wet and windy weather to denounce the inauguration of Pres. Donald Trump. Andria Borba reports. (1-20-17)
Oakland Police, Rain Help Keep Friday Protests Contained And Non-ViolentPolice in Oakland were ready for anti-Trump protesters Friday night and moved more quickly than we've seen in the past to keep order on the streets. Joe Vazquez reports. (1-20-17)
Pres. Trump And First Lady Celebrate at 3 Inaugural BallsThe president took part in one dance at each ball choosing the song "My Way" during the first two balls and "I Will Always Love You" for the third. Melissa Caen reports. (1-20-17)

Sports Headlines & Scores

Warriors Get 6th Straight Win, 125-108 Over RocketsKevin Durant scored 32 points and the Warriors used a big 3rd quarter to build a huge lead and coast to their 6th straight victory.
Keidel: NFL Championships All About OffenseThis year's NFL Championship round is fueled by pyrotechnic passing and overall offense. What teams will move on to the Super Bowl?
Former Giants Closer Santiago Casilla Signs With AthleticsRelief pitcher Santiago Casilla is crossing the bay again, re-joining the Oakland Athletics with a two-year contract Friday after seven seasons with San Francisco.
2017 NBA All-Star Game Starting LineupsThe votes are in and the 2017 NBA All-Star Game starting lineups have been announced. Who will start for the East and West and why?

KPIX 5 Original Reports

SkyDrone 5 Captures Bird's Eye View Of Storm DamageIn the days after last week's damaging stormy weather, KPIX 5's SkyDrone 5 was on the scene giving Bay Area residents an unique view of their flooded and damaged neighborhoods.
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.

From The KCBS Radio Newsroom

NorCal Thieves Steal 190,000 Bees Meant To Pollinate Almond TreesSomeone has stolen nearly 500 beehives from a Montana beekeeper who was transporting them to California to pollinate almond trees.
Massive Waves, Strong Winds Expected At Mavericks This WeekendSurf will be up, way up, at Mavericks this Saturday. But big wind and big waves don't mix well, so the famed surf contest is not expected to be held.
San Francisco GOP Member In DC For Trump InaugurationWhile many in the Bay Area are protesting Donald Trump's inauguration, some Bay Area Republicans have traveled to DC for the swearing-in.
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.

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Foodie Chap With Chef Adam Sobel of Mina Test KitchenEnjoy Liam's tasty talk with a super passionate chef, inspired by his roots and travels, Adam Sobel + jot down his recipe for Carciofi e Mortadella!
Iron Maiden To Play Oakland For First Time In 30 YearsIconic British metal band Iron Maiden is returning to North America for the latest leg of its "Book of Souls" tour, including the group's first show in Oakland since the late 1980s.
The Two-Day Hike: What To Bring And Why To Bring ItVenturing into the great outdoors? Be prepared, stay safe and have fun with this complete itinerary!

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