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High School In Sacramento To Scrap Annual Auction Of SeniorA Northern California high school is abandoning an annual fundraising auction to buy a senior for a day after classmates said they consider the practice insensitive and "all-around wrong."
Suspect Arrested In Petaluma Jewelry Store Smash-And-Grab BurglaryOfficers arrested a 35-year-old man early Monday morning after he allegedly broke the window of a Petaluma jewelry store during a burglary.
Warren Buffett's Big Bet: 133 Million Shares Of Apple Stock Warren Buffett says he's investing heavily in Apple, believing that once consumers begin using the company's products they aren't likely to stop.
Oroville Dam Outflow Slowed To Clear DebrisCalifornia water authorities started slowing the outflow Monday from the Oroville Dam's crippled spillway to allow workers to remove debris blocking a hydroelectric plant from working.

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San Francisco State Basketball Enjoying Best Season Since FDR AdministrationKPIX sports director Dennis O'Donnell interviews San Francisco State basketball head coach Paul Trevor on Gameday. The Gators are 23-4 this season, their most wins since the 1939-40 season, and will host Cal State Los Angeles on Tuesday in the opening round of the CCAA Tournament.
Former NFL Player Leads Research Group To Detect CTE In Living PlayersKPIX sports director Dennis O'Donnell interviews Aethlon Medical CEO Jim Joyce about new study to detect and monitor CTE in former NFL players who are still living. Joyce played tight end for the Denver Broncos in 1984. (2-27-17)
CELL PHONES: Judge Orders California To Release Papers Discussing Risk Of Cell Phone UseJudge Orders California To Release Papers Discussing Risk Of Cell Phone Use -- Claudia Polsky Director, UC Berkeley Environmental Law Clinic, on the battle for public information on this weekend's ConsumerWatch.
California GOP Holds First State Convention Since Trump Enters OfficeWith the focus on local and state offices, members of the California Republican Party held their first convention since President Donald Trump took office. KPIX 5 political analyst Melissa Caen has more. (2/27/17)
Monday Morning Forecast With Roberta GonzalesAfter a wet start to Monday, expect a long and much needed drying trend to take hold. Roberta Gonzales has the forecast. (2/27/17)
Most Flooded Out San Jose Residents Allowed To Return HomeIn San Jose, crews have cleared almost every home affected by flooding for re-entry. But for many victims, this may not provide relief. Anne Makovec reports. (2/27/17)
CENTRAL SUBWAY: An exclusive underground look at San Francisco's Central Subway projectAn exclusive underground look at San Francisco's Central Subway project

Sports Headlines & Scores

30 Players: Andrew Benintendi Trying To Fulfill The Hype With Red SoxThe Red Sox are primed for another playoff run and will rely on another promising young outfielder for help.
Moms Step Into McGee-O’Neal Twitter WarThere is never anything that quite matches a mom’s wisdom when it comes to ending a schoolyard tiff. Even if it is a digital playground and the combatants are grown men.
Marleau, Jones Lift Sharks Over Short-Handed Canucks, 4-1The San Jose Sharks beat the undermanned Vancouver Canucks 4-1 on Saturday night.
Durant Sidelined, Splash Brothers Lead Way For Warriors Win Over Nets, 112-95Stephen Curry scored 27 points on a night Kevin Durant missed his first game of the season with a hand injury, and the Golden State Warriors beat the Brooklyn Nets 112-95.

KPIX 5 Original Reports

Scientists Zero In On DNA In Hair Samples With Extraordinary AccuracyOn the crime show NCIS, one hair leads to a killer. That was once the stuff of fantasy, but no more.
Firefighters At Risk Of Cancer Rely On Canines With Nose For CarcinomaModesto firefighters are sending surgical masks imbued with their exhaled breath to a Canadian researcher who has trained beagle hound mixes to sniff out cancer.
DNA Research Shows Modern Humans Benefit From Neanderthal DNARecent DNA studies indicate a rather steamy prehistoric love affair between Neanderthals and early Homo sapiens may have shaped modern man's health and well-being for generations to come.
Reading, Writing And Homeless In Silicon Valley School DistrictAmid the staggering affluence of the Silicon Valley sits the Ravenswood City School District where a third of its students are homeless.
Extraordinary Winter Tests California Flood Control InfrastructureThe crisis at the Oroville Dam can teach us a large lesson about the state of California's water infrastructure.
Storage Locker Insurance No Guarantee Of Theft CoverageWhen you purchase insurance for your storage locker you might expect you'd be covered if your stuff is stolen. But if the crook steals your lock along with your stuff, you might be wrong.
From Busking At BART Stations To Grammy Winner -- Meet Fantastic NegritoA few years ago Fantastic Negrito was busking in BART stations. Now he's won his first Grammy for his debut album, 'The Last Days Of Oakland.'

From The KCBS Radio Newsroom

'Ides Of Trump' Protesters Look To Flood White House With PostcardsA protest by postcard inspired by a Berkeley man could be the next grassroots campaign that captures the nation's attention, as well as President Donald Trump's.
Bay Area Businesses Close For 'Day Without Immigrants' ProtestSeveral Bay Area businesses have closed their doors Thursday as part of the national "A Day Without Immigrants" protests against President Donald Trump's immigration policies.
New Documents Detail How Much Oakland Police Knew About Ghost ShipNewly released documents show Oakland Police knew in even greater detail just what was going on at the Ghost Ship warehouse, long before last year's deadly fire.
BART Seeks Bridge Toll Hike For New RailcarsBay Area Rapid Transit is looking to ask for another $1.5 billion as part of a bridge-toll increase that could go on Bay Area ballots as early as 2018.

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Best Corned Beef Hash In San FranciscoCorned beef hash is a traditional dish of corned beef, potatoes and spices mixed with diced vegetables and served with eggs and toast. With origins in England and Scotland it made its way to American shores and became a popular New England breakfast item, but now is a well liked savory meal any time of the day.
5 Must-Pack Items For Finicky Spring TravelFive suggested items for finicky travelers to bring along on their next spring vacation...
Lionel Richie Postpones 'All The Hits' Tour With Mariah CareyCarey and Richie's 'All the Hits' Tour was slated to arrive in Oakland on April 30th, that date will now change...
Billy Crystal Discuss Oscars, Warriors And Upcoming Bay Area PerformancesAUDIO: The former Oscars host talked with Live 105's Morning Show 'Kevin Klein Live' on Sunday's Oscars, the Golden State Warriors and his shows in Oakland and San Jose...

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