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SFMTA To Vote Tuesday On Dolores Street Median Parking Pilot ProgramThe San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is set to vote Tuesday to legalize median parking on Dolores Street on weekends despite opposition from those who live in the area.
Caltrain MLK Day Celebration Train Rolls Up PeninsulaMLK Day celebrants came to Yerba Buena Gardens aboard a special Celebration Train traveling from San Jose to San Francisco, with stops in Palo Alto and San Mateo.
Woman Found Dead On Muni Bus Believed To Be Victim Of MeningitisA second person in the Bay Area within a week may have died from bacterial meningitis, officials say.
Hearst Ranch Zebra Likely Victim Of Stormy WeatherThe body of a dead zebra from the herd at the famed Hearst Ranch has been discovered on a Northern California beach, authorities confirmed on Monday.
Environment Activists March On Monterey Bay Beach To Protest Sand MiningProtesters from Save Our Shores and the Surfrider Foundation marched along the shore in Marina Monday to put pressure on a cement manufacturer whose longstanding practice has been to take tons of sand from the beach leading to major erosion. Kiet Do reports. (1-16-17)
Monday Night Pinpoint ForecastThe break from the storm cycle was nice while it lasted but there's more wet weather on the way, says Emily Turner. (1-16-17)
Questions Raised By Late-Night Demolition Of Berkeley Apartment ComplexIt was a strange Friday night near the UC campus in Berkeley when the heavy equipment rolled in and began tearing down an old apartment complex on Durant Ave. John Ramos reports. (1-16-17)
Bay Area Politicians Join Boycott of Trump InaugurationWith some two dozen Democratic leaders vowing not to attend the inauguration, KPIX 5's Phil Matier spoke with two Bay Area lawmakers about their reasons for joining the boycott. (1-16-17)
Orlando Nightclub Shooter's Wife Arrested In The Bay AreaNoor Salman, wife of Orlando nightclub shooter Omar Mateen, was arrested at a home in Rodeo. Monday evening, Salman was in the Santa Rita jail and is due in court on Tuesday. Jessica Flores reports. (1-16-17)
Catholic, Muslim Leaders Show Unity at MLK Day Event in San JoseKPIX 5's Len Ramirez reports from San Jose where religious leaders of different faiths broke bread together in a show of unity and tolerance. (1-16-17)
MLK Day Celebration Train Makes Peninsula RunA partnership between the Northern California Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Community Foundation and Caltrain keeps a Bay Area tradition going under a new name. Sandra Osborne reports. (1-16-17)
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.
McDaniels Pulls Out Of 49ers Coaching SearchPatriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels expressed appreciation for the opportunity to interview with the San Francisco 49ers but says for now he will remain in New England.
Enter 'Dub The Vote' To Your Send Your Warriors Faves To 2017 NBA All-Star GameYou have until midnight ET on Monday, January 19 to vote to send your favorite Warriors player to the NBA All-Star Game 2017 and win prizes on 'Dub the Vote.'
Former Pro Wrestler Jimmy 'Superfly' Snuka Dies At 73Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka, a former professional wrestler who earlier this month was found not competent to stand trial in the 1983 death of his girlfriend, has died. He was 73.
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.
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.
Storms Leave Bay Area Blood Banks In Short SupplyNorthern California is experiencing an extreme shortage of blood donations.
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.
SF Movement Arts Festival Turns City's Cathedrals Into StagesThe San Francisco Movement Arts Festival will turn Grace Cathedral and Cathedral St. Mary of Assumption into amazing stages.
Zac Brown Band Announce 2017 Mountain View Tour DateJust a day before Zac Brown Band's tour ends, they will perform at the Shoreline in Mountain View in October...
Jan Wahl Movie Review: 'Live By Night'AUDIO: This week Jan takes a look at actor and director Ben Affleck's latest crime thriller...