Recycling Industry Reeling From Tough New China StandardsA warning for consumers: if you're not careful, what you toss in the recycling bin could end up in a landfill instead.
South Bay Mother of Triplets Sets Half Marathon RecordAnn Marie Cody is racing into the record books. She has the fastest time in the half marathon for a woman with triplets.
San Jose Considers Big Changes To How City Awards Construction BidsThe San Jose City Council approved sweeping changes to how government contracts are handed out.
Drawing from Life, East Bay Artist Depicts Black Men's TruthAn Oakland artist completed a six-year creative journey during which she painted hundreds of portraits of African-American men, living and dead.
San Jose Police Chief Would Have Kept Mum On Impending ICE RaidsSan Jose officials would have taken a different approach to immigration raids in that city than their Oakland counterparts.
Feds' Reversal On Marijuana Enforcement Clouds California Pot BusinessJust days after recreational pot became legal in California, one of the state's biggest and best-known marijuana dispensaries is trying to determine what the fed’s changing position on marijuana enforcement means for its budding business.
Lawmakers Look at PG&E Test Equipment as Possible Cause of Wine Country FiresPG&E sent a letter to state senator Jerry Hill saying that PG&E test devices, known as reclosers, could easily start fires if they’re not deactivated. Only three were disabled before the North Bay wildfires broke out.
Airbnb Hosts Found With Felony Records Despite Background ChecksMillions of people use Airbnb when they travel, trusting the property rental service will be safe. But that’s not always the case.
Firefighters Mount Fierce Battle To Save Landmark Sonoma BuildingsFirefighters were able to save the historic Buena Vista winery -- the oldest in California.
Disaster Preparedness Fair Shakes Up Quake Complacency Before A 'Big One' StrikesImmersive simulations showed visitors to the Disaster Preparedness Fair in Castro Valley what conditions they could encounter during a major earthquake or fire and how to react.
North Bay Diner Owner Fights Prejudice With Good GrubVIDEO: Theresa & Johnny's Restaurant in San Rafael donate all the money from a very busy Saturday to the Southern Poverty Law Center in response to last week's turmoil in Charlottesville. Devin Fehely reports...
Juneteenth: KPIX's Don Sharp Remembers Growing Up In Segregated SouthBlack Renaissance's friend and colleague KPIX's Don Sharp, takes reporter Devin Fehely home to the small town in Texas where he grew up during Jim Crow.

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