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Suspect Detained After Man Found Fatally Shot Inside Forestville HomeDeputies in Sonoma County are investigating a homicide that occurred Friday in Forestville.
Ex-CIA Chief Says Mike Flynn's Firm Discussed Subverting U.S. Extradition With Turkish OfficialsEx-CIA chief James Woolsey said the discussion generally involved removing cleric Fethullah Gulen from the U.S. without going through the lengthy extradition process.
Freeway Reopens In Pleasant Hill After Fatal, Early-Morning Hit-And-RunThe incident occurred on the highway just south of the Monument Boulevard off-ramp, according to the CHP.
Berkeley Police Ask Public's Help Identifying Suspected ProwlerSecurity cameras captured images of the man allegedly trying to open the doors of cars and then hiding as cars drove past.

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Live From Fremont: New BART Station Open At LastKPIX 5's Da Lin was aboard one of the first trains to arrive at the new Warm Springs BART station on Saturday morning -- the first day of regular service. (3-25-17)
Weekend Pinpoint Weather ForecastSaturday will see the Bay Area drying out. Sunday, maybe not so much. But the bulk of the rainy weather is behind us, says Paul Deanno. (3-24-17)
PG&E Airs TV Ads Apologizing For San Bruno Pipeline BlastAs punishment for the San Bruno pipeline explosion Pacific Gas and Electric is publicly shaming itself. Melissa Caen explains. (3-24-17)
GOP Capitulation On Obamacare Repeal Ignites Political FirestormIt was a major defeat for President Trump and the Republican-controlled Congress but the president is blaming Democrats for his failure to deliver on the GOP promise to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. Cate Cauguiran reports. (3-24-17)
Fire Tears Through Pleasant Hill Apartment ComplexThe Red Cross is assisting 10 people displaced in a fire that burned an apartment complex on Contra Costa Blvd near Bill's Ace Hardware store Friday night. Two dogs died in the blaze. (3-24-17)
San Jose's Brandi Chastain Inducted into Soccer Hall of FameChastain, whose penalty kick won a shootout for the 1999 World Cup title, was inducted Friday night along with midfielder Shannon MacMillan, a 1996 Olympic gold medalist and World Cup champion in '99. Betty Yu reports. (3-24-17)
More Rain, More Worry For Pleasanton Homeowners Threatened By Eroding Creek BankA creek in Pleasanton is continuing to threaten homes and Friday's downpour didn't help. Jessica Flores reports. (3-24-17)

Sports Headlines & Scores

Warriors Win 6th Straight, Beat Kings 114-100Golden State's Splash Brothers went a combined 12 of 32 from the floor.
Mission High School Makes San Francisco Basketball HistoryThe Mission High School Bears wandered into new territory and became the first San Francisco public school to win a state title.
Dallas Stars Thrash Reeling San Jose SharksThe Stars handed the Sharks their fifth straight loss, 6-1 on Friday night.
2017 Elite Eight TV ScheduleThe times for the regional finals are now set.

KPIX 5 Original Reports

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.
Practice Makes P-E-R-F-E-C-T For Two-Time Spelling Bee ChampWhen you have been occupied for weeks honing your ability to spell the toughest words in the English language, a simple request needs some careful consideration.
Repairs On Massive Orinda Sinkhole BeginThe fix for gaping sinkhole on Miner Road in Orinda is coming closer to reality after one of the main obstacles to make repairs was resolved.
KPIX Sky Drone 5: San Joaquin River Likely To Stay Swollen Until Mid-Summer After weeks of heavy rain, the San Joaquin River  just south of Tracy remains very swollen. Trees remain submerged as far as the eye can see. It paints a good picture of just how wet this winter has been.
SkyDrone 5 Shows Remarkable Comeback For San Luis ReservoirSan Luis Reservoir, one of the state's largest, was also one of its driest. What a difference one winter can make.
Repairs to Washed-Out Highway 35 To Take MonthsOne of the Bay Area's largest mudslides and the gaping hole it left in Highway 35 may not be repaired this year, according to a transportation official.
Big Sur Continues To Cope With Closure Of Pfeiffer Canyon BridgeOne area hit particularly hard by storm damage is Big Sur, a small coastal community that has essentially been cut in half with the closure of the Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge.

From The KCBS Radio Newsroom

San Francisco, Silicon Valley Rents Fall; Up Elsewhere In Bay AreaThere's a new twist to the Bay Area's crazy rental market. It seems rents are falling in San Francisco and Silicon Valley, but going up in towns like Petaluma and Concord.
Palo Alto Overpass Damaged By Dump Truck Costing $1M To FixCaltrans officials said it will cost $1 million to repair a freeway overpass in Palo Alto that was damaged when a dump truck plowed into it earlier this month.
Bay Area Population Growth Slowing DownThe Bay Area is still growing, but the rate of growth is slowing. New census data show that in some counties, more people are moving out than moving in.
Lawmaker Seeks To Ban Smoking On California State Beaches, ParksMarin County Assemblymember Marc Levine wants to ban smoking on all California state beaches and state parks.

Eat.See.Play

System of a Down's Serj Tankian Performs At 'Game of Thrones' Concert ExperienceHe sang 'The Rains of Castamere.'
Stars of 'The Flash' Added To Silicon Valley Comic Con Line-UpStars from The CW's "The Flash" Grant Gustin and Tom Felton will be at this year's Silicon Valley Comic Con...
Noisy Bay Area Post-Punk Band Plays Local ShowsBay Area noise-punk trio Porch brings its heavy sounds to local stages for two shows this week in Pacifica and Oakland.
Live 105 Predicts 2017 Outside Lands Line-upLive 105 released their list of those you might be seeing in Golden Gate Park this August..

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