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KPIX Sunday Morning News WrapOvernight headlines, developing news and politics with Melissa Caen and Phil Matier. (9-24-17)
San Francisco Unveils Memorial to World War II 'Comfort Women'The memorial, dedicated Friday outside San Francisco's Chinatown, is the latest of several such statues commemorating the thousands of women in the 1930s and during World War II who were captured and used as sex slaves by the Japanese military. Da Lin reports. (9-22-17)
Millions in Puerto Rico Left Without Electricity in Maria's WakeThe entire island of Puerto Rico was left without power after Hurricane Maria knocked out its already weakened electrical grid. Betty Yu reports. (9-21-17)
Search For Mexico Quake Survivors Continues Into Thursday EveningCBS reporter Juan Fernandez has the latest from Mexico City. (9-21-17)
Travelers From Mexico City Arrive In San Francisco Bay Area After EarthquakeTravelers coming from Mexico City describe the earthquake. (9/20/17)
Mexican-American Dual Citizenship Is On The RiseFamilies are registering for Mexican-American dual citizenship in 2017 in order to protect their children. Len Ramirez reports. (9/20/17)

Environment/Green

Yosemite National Park Crews Learn To Fight Fire With FireIn a deliberate forest-management strategy, a wildfire has been allowed to burn in Yosemite for months. KPIX 5's Wilson Walker finds out that, in some ways, that wildfire may be a good thing. (9-21-17)
East Bay School Pokes A Green Thumb At Highway Air PollutionThe most common reason students miss school is asthma. Am elementary school is trying to cut down on traffic-related pollution by installing a vegetation barrier to block exhaust drifting onto campus from I-880. Da Lin reports. (9-21-17)
North Bay Landfill Generates Clean Power From GarbageA new power plant in Novato is creating energy from a surprising source. Don Ford reports. (9-21-17)

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For Some BART Panhandlers, Begging Is Their JobIf you commute on Bay Area Rapid Transit, you've likely seen them - women with babies begging for money. Christin Ayers reports. (9/25/17)
$1 Million Worth Of Psychedelic Mushrooms Seized In BerkeleyAbout $1 million worth of shrooms were seized by Berkeley police. (9/25/17)
Sports Players Drop A Knee, Link Arms For Constitutional RightsFrom the NFL to a Bay Area marching band, many are dropping a knee or linking arms to stand up for Constitutional rights. Christin Ayers reports. (9/25/17)

Local News

For Some BART Panhandlers, Begging Is Their JobIf you commute on Bay Area Rapid Transit, you've likely seen them - women with babies begging for money. Christin Ayers reports. (9/25/17)
$1 Million Worth Of Psychedelic Mushrooms Seized In BerkeleyAbout $1 million worth of shrooms were seized by Berkeley police. (9/25/17)
Sports Players Drop A Knee, Link Arms For Constitutional RightsFrom the NFL to a Bay Area marching band, many are dropping a knee or linking arms to stand up for Constitutional rights. Christin Ayers reports. (9/25/17)

National News

Sports Players Drop A Knee, Link Arms For Constitutional RightsFrom the NFL to a Bay Area marching band, many are dropping a knee or linking arms to stand up for Constitutional rights. Christin Ayers reports. (9/25/17)
Acclaimed San Francisco Chefs Hold Fundraiser To Help DACA Recipients StaySeveral Bay Area chefs donated their time, preparing an eight-course tasting menu for a benefit at Jardiniere in San Francisco, to benefit DACA recipients. Sharon Chin reports. (9/25/17)
University Of California Spends $800K On 'Free Speech Week' SecurityThe University of California at Berkeley is spending big on security just in case 'Free Speech Week' gets out of hand. Phil Matier reports. (9/25/17)

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For Some BART Panhandlers, Begging Is Their JobIf you commute on Bay Area Rapid Transit, you've likely seen them - women with babies begging for money. Christin Ayers reports. (9/25/17)
$1 Million Worth Of Psychedelic Mushrooms Seized In BerkeleyAbout $1 million worth of shrooms were seized by Berkeley police. (9/25/17)
Sports Players Drop A Knee, Link Arms For Constitutional RightsFrom the NFL to a Bay Area marching band, many are dropping a knee or linking arms to stand up for Constitutional rights. Christin Ayers reports. (9/25/17)

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