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Recreational Marijuana Sales Soar in CaliforniaTwo groups of people, in particular appear to be driving the rapidly-rising sales of recreational pot. Andrea Nakano breaks out the new stats. (1-18-18)
At Issue: Expanding Rent Control in CaliforniaAn effort to expand rent control died Thursday in a legislative committee after hours of testimony from hundreds of landlords and renters. Phil Matier discusses the future of rent control with state assemblyman David Chiu (D-S.F.). (1-14-18)
Santa Cruz Company Targets Electric Skateboard at Solo Urban CommutersKyle Doerksen, with Future Motion Inc in Santa Cruz, was inspired by a love of snowboarding to create an electric vehicle that's about as small as it can get. KPIX 5's Kiet Do took the "Onewheel" for a spin. (1-11-18)
San Francisco Pot Sales Slow to Get StartedA day before recreational marijuana sales begin in San Francisco, there is still confusion over the permitting process and exactly who has the approval to sell. Susie Steimle reports. (1-5-18)
California Sees Incredible Boom In Recreational Marijuana DemandOne store in San Jose expected a 30 percent increase in demand, but saw a 400 percent increase in sales instead. Betty Yu reports. (1/2/18)
Green Rush in the Golden State: Marijuana Remakes California EconomyA KPIX special report as legal recreational marijuana arrives with 2018. Wilson Walker reports from the Emerald Triangle to San Diego as California’s cannabis economy is born. (1-1-18)

Local Community

Beloved Ice Rink in San Mateo Saved from ExtinctionNazareth Ice Oasis at Bridgepointe Shopping Center in San Mateo is up and running thanks to community pressure and a years-long battle. Vern Glenn reports. (1-19-18)
Wine Country Wildfire Survivors Victimized by Skyrocketing Rents, EvictionsThe Norty Bay wildfires killed 24 and displaced thousands more. Three months later, there is now a second wave of victims: losing their homes not to flames, but to evictions. Emily Turner reports. (1-19-18)
Colin Kaepernick, Steph Curry Match Donations to Youth Counseling Organization in S.F.Rudy Korpuz Jr. and his staff at the San Francisco non-profit violence prevention and youth development organization. United Playaz, got quite a pleasant surprise. Christin Ayers reports. (1-19-18)

Local News

Massive Sewage Spill Shuts Down Monterey Bay Beaches.Nearly 5 million gallons of sewage spilled into the Monterey Bay forcing several popular beaches to close. Maria Medina reports the massive spill could feel a football field.
Suspect In Fatal Antioch Crash That Killed Young Girls Related To VictimsVeronica De La Cruz reports on suspect driving stolen truck during fatal crash that killed young girls being related to victims family (1-22-2018)
Real ID Application Process Opens At DMV OfficesJessica Flores reports on Californians beginning application process to get federally mandated Real ID (1-22-2018

Ice Hockey

Beloved Ice Rink in San Mateo Saved from ExtinctionNazareth Ice Oasis at Bridgepointe Shopping Center in San Mateo is up and running thanks to community pressure and a years-long battle. Vern Glenn reports. (1-19-18)
S.J. Sharks Alumni Play Emergency Workers in Benefit Hockey Game for North Bay Fire VictimsPolice, firefighters, first responders and members of the San Jose Sharks faced off at a charity hockey game in Santa Rosa Friday night. Money raised goes to those affected by the North Bay wildfires. Andria Borba reports. (12-8-17)
Sharks' Joel Ward Could Bring Anthem Protests To Pro HockeyJoel Ward of the San Jose Sharks could join protests by athletes in other pro sports, including football and baseball, by kneeling during the national anthem. Anne Makovec reports. (9/27/17)


Monday Morning Forecast With Paul DeannoAfter a wet Monday morning, conditions cleared over much of the Bay Area by the afternoon. Tuesday will be dry, but rain should return by Wednesday afternoon (1-22-2018)
Menlo Park Police Crack Down On Newly Restricted TurnsLen Ramirez reports on police stopping cars from cutting through Menlo Park neighborhood (1-22-2018)
Growing San Francisco Rat Infestation Creates Huge Demand For ExterminatorsSome San Francisco residents say they are dealing with a particularly bad rat infestation, and exterminators agree – telling customers they can’t come out right away because of the demand. Susie Steimle reports. (1/22/18)

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