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Fewer Smash-And-Grab Auto Burglaries In SF Thanks To CrackdownA special unit created to address the rash of auto burglaries targeting unsuspecting tourists in San Francisco seems to be having a positive impact. Emily Turner reports.
Downed Trees, Outages As 60 MPH Winds Wreck Havoc On Bay AreaThere were downed trees, power outages and choppy waves on the bay Saturday when 60 m.p.h. gusts ripped through the Bay Area prompting a wind advisory and red flag fire danger alert.
Saturday Evening Forecast With Brian HackneySlightly warmer temperatures in the forecast for Sunday.
Crackdown On Illegal Massage Parlors In Santa ClaraLawmakers in Santa Clara want cleaning up before Super Bowl 50 fans arrive. Mark Kelly tells us, they are cracking down on illegal massage parlors.
Raw Video: Oregon Sheriff Says Roseburg Gunman Committed SuicideDouglas County (Ore.) Sheriff John Hanlin told reporters at a Saturday news conference that the gunman who killed nine people at Umpqua community college killed himself as officers arrived. (10-3-15)
Weekend Pinpoint Weather ForecastPaul Deanno's advice: get your outdoor activities in on Saturday, because there's a chance of showers coming Sunday. (10-2-15)
SF Mission District Landlord Of Building Where Dozens Of Renters Bunked Says He Was Unaware Of OvercrowdingIn an investigation last month, KPIX 5 found 30 people bunking together in tight quarters, many 4 to a room. Now the building's landlord, Fergus O'Sullivan says he knew nothing of the situation. Mark Kelly reports. (10-2-15)
Oakland Sued By Environmental Group Over Plan To Ship Coal Through Army BaseThere's a new development in a story first reported on KPIX 5 about a secretive plan to transport coal through Oakland and other East Bay cities. Christin Ayers reports. (10-2-15)
San Francisco Developers Of 'Yelp for People' App Answer CriticsSan Francisco-based co-founder Julia Cordray and her best friend Nicole McCullough created Peeple -- an app to allow people to rate their acquaintances -- because they wanted a way to research strangers. Betty Yu reports. (10-2-15)
SFPD Warns Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Concert-Goers Of Car Break-insIn the midst of a car-burglary epidemic citywide, the SFPD tweeted a warning to music lovers. Andria Borba reports from Golden Gate Park. (10-2-15)
2 More Santa Clara County Jail Guards Arrested For Alleged MisconductTwo more Santa Clara County Sheriff’s correctional deputies have been arrested for alleged misconduct, the latest officers of the beleaguered department to be taken off the job. Len Ramirez reports. (10-2-15)
Water Manager At Sierra Foothills Reservoir Fears El Nino May Bring Too Much Rain, Too FastAt Lake McClure in the Gold Country there's a looming problem: if El Nino brings too much rain too quickly to this parched region, the reservoir could become too muddy to provide clean drinking water to the surrounding communities. Wilson Walker reports. (10-2-15)
Pets Made Homeless By Valley Fire Face October DeadlineThe Valley Fire may be history but many animals are still separated from their owners, stuck in a Lake County shelter -- and the clock is ticking for those owners to reclaim them. Emily Turner reports. (10-2-15)
Students Rising Above: Melissa LewellingGrowing up poor and being the first in your family to go to college is more of a challenge than you might imagine. Two-thirds of such students end up leaving school. In this segment of Students Rising Above, Wendy Tokuda tells about Melissa Lewelling, who not only stayed in school but did so while caring for her dying mother. (10-2-15)