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El Niño Approaches California: Things To RememberAfter more than a year of predictions, measurements, and comparisons, the impact of the strongest El Niño on record is about to be felt in California. Before it arrives, there are a few points to remember when it comes. Paul Deanno reports. (11/25/15)
Person Shot Inside San Francisco SoMa Parking GarageA man has been hospitalized after he was shot inside a parking garage in San Francisco's South of Market Wednesday evening. Andria Borba reports. (11/25/15)
Jefferson Award Winner: John HoganWith teenage unemployment three times higher than the national average, this week’s Jefferson Award winner is expanding opportunities for young people in the Bay Area. Allen Martin reports. (11/25/15)
Tougher Inspections Sought After Union Square Tour Bus CrashAfter KPIX 5 revealed that a tour bus that crashed near Union Square was part of a troubled fleet from Washington, DC, State Sen. Jerry Hill is seeking tougher inspections for buses. Mike Sugerman reports. (11/25/15)
Protesters Seeking To Drop Charges Against ‘Black Friday 14’ ArrestedFourteen demonstrators were arrested Wednesday for refusing to leave the Alameda County Courthouse. They were calling on the DA to drop charges against the “Black Friday 14” who crippled BART service on the last Black Friday. Phil Matier reports. (11/25/15)
Wednesday Night Forecast With Paul DeannoExpect mostly clear and cold conditions, below freezing in some areas, Wednesday night. For Thanksgiving weekend, expect dry conditions with highs in the 50s. Paul Deanno has the forecast. (11/25/15)
Gunman Opens Fire On Family Driving On I-80 In BerkeleyA gunman opened fire on a car with two women and a child on Interstate 80 in Berkeley. It was the third shooting along the freeway this month. Da Lin reports. (11/25/15)
San Jose Airport Workers Caught Apparently Playing Games With LuggageAs many people travel to be with loved ones for Thanksgiving, workers at Mineta San Jose International Airport appeared to have been playing a game, tossing baggage like bean bags. Len Ramirez reports. (11/25/15)
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