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Bay Area Refinery To Pay $340,000 To Settle Air Quality LawsuitValero agreed to pay the $340,000 to settle 28 alleged violations, most of which occurred in 2014.
Video: Horse That Fell Down East Bay Ravine In 2016 Reunited With RescuersA Clydesdale that took a tumble down a ravine last year, was reunited in Castro Valley with the firefighters who helped save him.
2 Men Shot While Walking On Street In Richmond, Suspects At LargeThe victims are 19 years old and 28 years old. Police don't know the motive for the shooting.
Bay Area-Bound Light Plane Missing 1 Week After Leaving Tahoe AirportAir rescue crews are searching Northern California mountains for a single-engine plane reported missing nearly a week ago after it failed to land as scheduled.
Talking Politics: Obama Redux / Unfree Speech MovementPres. Obama returns from an extended post-presidency vacation this week. Also: UC Berkeley, cradle of free speech movement, blocks controversial speakers. Phil Matier, Melissa Caen and Willie Brown discuss the week in politics. (4-23-17)
Horse That Fell Down East Bay Ravine Reunited With RescuersA big Clydesdale horse that took a tumble down a hillside in the East Bay last year was reunited Saturday with the firefighters who helped save him. Betty Yu was there. (4-23-17)
Sunday Pinpoint ForecastSunday by the bay: partly cloudy becoming sunny and breezy. Highs in the 50s to mid 60s. Northwest winds could reach 30 mph in the afternoon. Mostly clear in the evening. Lows will be in the upper 40s to mid 50s. Monday: mostly cloudy with slight chance of rain. (4-23-17)
Sharks Playoffs Were A Huge Boon For Local BusinessesThe Sharks may be out of the playoffs but local businesses reaped the rewards of a very busy weekend. Maria Medina spoke to some of them.
American Airlines Apologizes After Crew Member, Passenger Confrontation Over StrollerThere was turbulence before takeoff aboard an American Airlines plane when a stroller, a crying mom and two babies become the center of a confrontation between a passenger and a crew member.
Thousands March For Science In San FranciscoTens of thousands hit the streets of San Francisco to stand up for science. KPIX 5's Jackie Ward says protesters hope Trump hears the message. CBS's Brook Silva-Braga reports on similar marches that were held around the world.
Thousands Receive Free Dental Care At Weekend Clinic In San MateoMore than 2,000 people took advantage of a free dental clinic this weekend in San Mateo, organized by the California Dental Association. Devin Fehely reports. (4-22-17)
Battle Brewing Over Las Vegas Raiders Trademark A handful of people paid up to $275 for the "Las Vegas Raiders" trademark when news of the team's potential move from Oakland surfaced in January 2016.
Kerr's Bad Back Becomes Warriors Biggest WorryGolden State coach Steve Kerr worrisome back has become a major concern for the Warriors as it appears he may have to miss the rest of the first-round playoff series against Portland.
Red-Hot A's Win Fifth StraightAdam Rosales got counsel on leading off from Chris Young when they were Oakland teammates in 2013.
Warriors Make 17-Point Comeback To Take Game 3 From Portland, 119-113No Steve Kerr, no Kevin Durant, no Shaun Livingston and no Matt Barnes, but the Warriors still managed to beat Portland 119-113, after being down as much as 17 points.
Plans Emerge For Train Service Between Central Valley And Bay AreaNew plans are emerging about BART and ACE train service that would connect California's Central Valley with the Bay Area.
Bay Area Schools Rethink Collecting Students' Citizenship DataBay Area school districts are under pressure to stop asking questions about citizenship on student enrollment forms.
Business Owner Says Mission District's Graffiti Problem WorseningTaggers have been leaving their mark in San Francisco's Mission District for years, but residents and business owners say graffiti problem has recently gotten much worse.
National Park Donation Must Overcome Bureaucratic Hurdle A conservation group wants to donate land to expand the East Bay's John Muir National Historic site, but it will take an Act of Congress for it to become a reality.
Salesforce Tower Reshaping The San Francisco Skyline Nearly from every venue, it’s very apparent that the San Francisco skyline has changed forever.
San Francisco's Conservatory Of Flowers May Light Up With Flower PowerThere's a new project taking flight in the Bay Area Wednesday night to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love.
Rutvik Gandhasri Wins CBS Bay Area Regional Spelling Bee With O-M-O-D-Y-N-I-AMore than 50 of the Bay Area’s best spellers faced off Saturday afternoon at the CBS Bay Area Regional Spelling Bee for the fourth year in a row.
Oakland's Genova Ravioli Factory Closes, Cites Rampant VandalismAfter a 90-year run, the owners of the recently closed Genova Deli in Oakland are now closing its ravioli factory.
Schaaf Announces 2018 Re-Election Bid For Oakland MayorThe election is still a year away, but that is not stopping Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf from officially throwing her hat into the ring.
BART Proposes $3 Million Crackdown On Fare EvadersBay Area Rapid Transit is looking to spend nearly $3 million to crack down on fare evaders.
New Apple HQ's 11,000 Parking Spots Shows Need For Better Planning, Expert SaysThe campus, known as Apple Park, comes with a building that looks like a spaceship. It also comes with parking for 11,000 cars.
Silicon Valley Comic Con ExpandsVIDEO: The first day of the Silicon Valley Comic Con wrapped up Friday evening with thousands of fans and a long list of celebrities giving the event the thumbs-up. Maria Medina reports.
Australian Psych Band Returns To San FranciscoFresh from playing sets at Coachella the past two weekends, Australian psychedelic rockers and Tame Impala affiliates Pond return to San Francisco to give fans a preview of their forthcoming album 'The Weather' at the Great American Music Hall.
Fresh Grocer Tony Tantillo Celebrates 25 Years Of Talking ProduceVIDEO: Jackie Ward reports on Tony Tantillo marking a quarter century of working in television as a food expert
Earth, Wind & Fire and Chic Kicks Off Summer Tour In OaklandThe run kicks off on July 12th at the Oracle Arena in Oakland