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SFPD Bicycle Officer Run Down By Suspect Fights For His LifeOfficer Elia Lewin-Tankel, a 4-year veteran of the SFPD, is in intensive care with a severe head injury. Officer Tankel is showing some improvement but it will be awhile before doctors know the extent of his injury. Joe Vazquez reports. (10-19-17)
FEMA Challenged By Thousands Burned Out Of North Bay HomesOfficials at FEMA still don't know how the they will handle the housing crisis created by the worst wildfires in California history. Emily Turner reports. (10-19-17)
National Park Service Drops Opposition To Off-Leash Dogs At GGNRAThe tug-of-war access to the Golden Gate National Recreation Area is over -- and the dogs won. Andria Borba reports. (10-19-17)

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SFPD Bicycle Officer Run Down By Suspect Fights For His LifeOfficer Elia Lewin-Tankel, a 4-year veteran of the SFPD, is in intensive care with a severe head injury. Officer Tankel is showing some improvement but it will be awhile before doctors know the extent of his injury. Joe Vazquez reports. (10-19-17)
FEMA Challenged By Thousands Burned Out Of North Bay HomesOfficials at FEMA still don't know how the they will handle the housing crisis created by the worst wildfires in California history. Emily Turner reports. (10-19-17)
National Park Service Drops Opposition To Off-Leash Dogs At GGNRAThe tug-of-war access to the Golden Gate National Recreation Area is over -- and the dogs won. Andria Borba reports. (10-19-17)

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SFPD Bicycle Officer Run Down By Suspect Fights For His LifeOfficer Elia Lewin-Tankel, a 4-year veteran of the SFPD, is in intensive care with a severe head injury. Officer Tankel is showing some improvement but it will be awhile before doctors know the extent of his injury. Joe Vazquez reports. (10-19-17)
FEMA Challenged By Thousands Burned Out Of North Bay HomesOfficials at FEMA still don't know how the they will handle the housing crisis created by the worst wildfires in California history. Emily Turner reports. (10-19-17)
National Park Service Drops Opposition To Off-Leash Dogs At GGNRAThe tug-of-war access to the Golden Gate National Recreation Area is over -- and the dogs won. Andria Borba reports. (10-19-17)

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