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Oakland Faces Shortage of Emergency Dispatchers Despite Funding to Hire ThemEven though the City of Oakland has budgeted for 74 dispatchers there are only 46 on staff handling more than a half million calls per year. Christin Ayers reports. (6-23-17)
SF Homelessness Czar Looks Back on 1st Year on the JobWilson Walker talks with Jeff Kositsky, SF Dept of Homelessness & Supportive Housing. (6-23-17)
Parents of Sick Children Protest Senate Healthcare BillIf the Senate bill passes in its present form, critics say millions of the disabled, elderly, and children here could end up without coverage.Susie Steimle reports. (6-22-17)
Marin County Affordable Housing Deadline Eased As Demand GrowsMarin County is about to get another pass on a state requirement to build affordable housing. Why? Melissa Caen went to Sacramento to find out. Meanwhile, the need for more affordable homes in the North Bay is greater than ever, as Emily Turner found out. (6-22-17)
California's Kitchen, Warehouse Workers To Get Heat Protections Similar To Outdoor WorkersIndoor workers to get similar protections as outdoor workers on hot days in California. Susie Steimle reports. (6/21/17)
Enterprising Gun Makers Create Workarounds To California's New Assault Weapon BanEnterprising gun makers have already come out with workarounds to avoid a new ban on assault weapons in California. Abigail Sterling and Allen Martin report. (6/20/17)

News

Investigating The 60-Year-Old Mystery Of SF-To-Hawaii Airliner That DisappearedIn November, 1957, Pan Am Flight 7 disappeared with 44 people on board and two retired Bay Area men are trying to find out why. Sharon Chin reports. (6-23-17)
Red Tape Threatens Long Delay For South Bay Flood Control ProjectKPIX 5's Maria Medina reports from Milpitas, where homeowners are frustrated by a stalled flood-control project. (6-23-17)
Oakland Faces Shortage of Emergency Dispatchers Despite Funding to Hire ThemEven though the City of Oakland has budgeted for 74 dispatchers there are only 46 on staff handling more than a half million calls per year. Christin Ayers reports. (6-23-17)

General

Substation Tests Batteries That Store Energy From Renewable SourcesNear Vacaville, PG&E is trying to implement a way to hold on to power generated by solar cells and wind turbines for peak-demand after the sun goes down. Wilson Walker reports. (6-22-17)
KPIX's Don Sharp Visits Texas Home Town On Juneteenth, Recalls Segregated SouthOn this Juneteenth, KPIX Operations Manger Don Sharp goes home to his home town in Texas. Devin Fehely traveled with him and talked to Don, his family and friends about growing up in the segregated South under Jim Crow.
Corpse Flower In Bloom At SF Conservatory Of FlowersPeople are lining up to smell 'Terra the Titan,' a stinky corpse flower at the SF Conservatory of Flowers.

Immigration

Man Wearing 'ICE' Jacket In Hispanic Community Church Causes StirA man wearing a jacket resembling one worn by ICE agents caused a stir at a church service for the Hispanic community in San Rafael. Emily Turner reports.
Anti-Shariah Rally Draws Counter-Protesters To South BayAnti-Shariah protesters and counter-protesters faced off in the South Bay Saturday. Devin Fehely reports. (6-10-17)
Grieving Father Stars In TV Ad Slamming Sanctuary CitiesA grieving father takes to the airwaves, to slam sanctuary cities. Emily Turner reports. (5/31/17)

Local News

Investigating The 60-Year-Old Mystery Of SF-To-Hawaii Airliner That DisappearedIn November, 1957, Pan Am Flight 7 disappeared with 44 people on board and two retired Bay Area men are trying to find out why. Sharon Chin reports. (6-23-17)
Red Tape Threatens Long Delay For South Bay Flood Control ProjectKPIX 5's Maria Medina reports from Milpitas, where homeowners are frustrated by a stalled flood-control project. (6-23-17)
Oakland Faces Shortage of Emergency Dispatchers Despite Funding to Hire ThemEven though the City of Oakland has budgeted for 74 dispatchers there are only 46 on staff handling more than a half million calls per year. Christin Ayers reports. (6-23-17)

National News

Report Details What U.S. Knew About Putin, Russia Interference In 2016 ElectionThe Washington Post on Friday published new details on the extent of Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential campaign. U.S. intelligence officials knew last summer that President Vladimir Putin gave direct instructions to try to help Donald Trump. Seth Lemon reports. (6-23-17)
Whitetail Bucks' Slap Fight Caught on CameraA wildlife camera in Tennessee caught two white-tailed bucks slapping each other silly. Video via Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency. (6-22-17)
Terrorism Fears May Shut Down Golden Gate Bridge Traffic During San Francisco MarathonTerrorism fears may shut down the northbound lanes of the Golden Gate Bridge for three hours during the San Francisco Marathon. Andria Borba reports. (6/21/17)

Politics

Pride and Protest: Politics Likely to Be Front and Center at Pride FestivitiesHundreds of thousands are expected to attend SF Pride celebrations this weekend and you can expect extra security -- along with plenty of protests. Melissa Caen reports from the Castro. (6-23-17)
PELOSI UNDER FIRE: Rep. Nancy Pelosi confident of her caucus' supportRep. Nancy Pelosi confident of her caucus' support
Milpitas Landlord Evicts Everyone To Build Market Rate HousingThe owners of the Sunnyhills Apartments in Milpitas looks to evict all 171 families to build more than 200 townhomes for market rate housing. In response, city officials look at sweeping changes to the city's eviction laws. Kiet Do reports. (6/20/17)

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Investigating The 60-Year-Old Mystery Of SF-To-Hawaii Airliner That DisappearedIn November, 1957, Pan Am Flight 7 disappeared with 44 people on board and two retired Bay Area men are trying to find out why. Sharon Chin reports. (6-23-17)
Red Tape Threatens Long Delay For South Bay Flood Control ProjectKPIX 5's Maria Medina reports from Milpitas, where homeowners are frustrated by a stalled flood-control project. (6-23-17)
Oakland Faces Shortage of Emergency Dispatchers Despite Funding to Hire ThemEven though the City of Oakland has budgeted for 74 dispatchers there are only 46 on staff handling more than a half million calls per year. Christin Ayers reports. (6-23-17)

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