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Walnut Creek Seniors Fighting City's Anti-Pot Stance On Medical MarijuanaSeniors in Walnut Creek are fighting for their medical marijuana. Melissa Caen tells us the city's anti-marijuana stance is making it hard for seniors who rely on pot.
PIX Sports6-19-18 (Early)
San Francisco's Iconic LGBTQ Newspaper Celebrates 40 Years During PrideJohn Ramos reports on the San Francisco Bay Times marking its recent 40th anniversary during SF Pride 2018 (6-19-2018)
HISTORY OF RACIAL TERROR: New museum gives visitors a look at the deadly struggle for racial freedomThe National Memorial for Peace and Justice is a sacred space to reflect on racial terror in America. The memorial honors the enslaved, the incarcerated, and the thousands of African American men, women, and children were lynched by white mobs between 1877 and 1950. Christin Ayers travels there along with former KPIX anchor-turned-sculptor, Dana King.
$2.2M Fed Grant Awarded To Help Homeless Youth In Santa Cruz CountyHomeless youth in Santa Cruz County are about to get a much-needed hand up from the feds. Maria Medina reports. (6/19/18)
Cupertino Officials To Weigh Business Tax IncreaseLen Ramirez reports on proposed Cupertino business tax hike for November ballot that would raise funds for transit projects (6-19-2018)