BART Expected To announce New Police Chief
BART is expected to announce former Santa Ana police chief Carlos Rojas will soon lead the transit agency's police force. Jackie Ward reports.

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Grass Fire Threatened Homes Near I-80 In VallejoA fast-burning fire scorched about 20 acres north the Carquinez Bridge, climbing up a hill toward homes on Bayhurst Drive. Joe Vazquez reports. (6-22-17)
South Bay Grapples With Deadly Heat WaveTwo people died in the South Bay Monday as withering heat baked the region. Kiet Do talked with people who knew one of the victims. (6-22-17)
Bay Area DJ Survives Heart Attack with Stranger's HelpPaul Tonelli, host of the popular Lamont & Tonelli Show on 107.7 The Bone, owes his life to a CPR-trained, quick-acting woman at his gym.. Da Lin reports. (6-22-17)
Looking Back 50 Years to the Summer of LoveFifty years ago, Golden Gate Park and the Haight were packed with hippies: it was the summer of love. Allen Martin reports from the Solstice Jam at the Conservatory of Flowers. (6-21-17)
PG&E Stocked With Transformers To Replace Any That Fail During Heat WaveJessica Flores reports on PG&E trying to stay ahead of outages with extra crews, surplus transformers (6-22-2017)
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Good Jobs Land in San Jose with Airline's Maintenance ExpansionThis summer, Compass Airlines (affiliated with Delta) is building a new maintenance facility at Mineta San Jose International. Len Ramirez 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)
Grass Fire Threatened Homes Near I-80 In VallejoA fast-burning fire scorched about 20 acres north the Carquinez Bridge, climbing up a hill toward homes on Bayhurst Drive. Joe Vazquez reports. (6-22-17)

Crime

Motorcyclist Detained After Riding Through San Francisco Heathcare ProtestMan who rode a motorcycle through a crowd of activists blocking a San Francisco street and protesting the GOP healthcare bill was detained. Allen Martin reports.
Father Of Boy Accidentally Shot During Playdate 23 Years Ago Speaks OutA father who lost a son after an accidental shooting wants other parents to ask a simple question this summer. John Ramos reports. (6/21/17)
CHP Shooting Shuts Down Eastbound Bay BridgeA CHP officer investigating an early-morning accident on the Bay Bridge wounded a driver who allegedly targeted him with his car, forcing the closure of all eastbound lanes of the span. John Ramos reports. (6-18-17)

Politics

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)
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.
Talking Politics: Trump & Friends Lawyer Up / Kamala Harris' Star TurnKPIX 5 politics insiders Phil Matier, Melissa Caen and former S.F. mayor Willie Brown bat around two of the standout issues from a crowded week in politics. (6-18-17)

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Grass Fire Threatened Homes Near I-80 In VallejoA fast-burning fire scorched about 20 acres north the Carquinez Bridge, climbing up a hill toward homes on Bayhurst Drive. Joe Vazquez reports. (6-22-17)
South Bay Grapples With Deadly Heat WaveTwo people died in the South Bay Monday as withering heat baked the region. Kiet Do talked with people who knew one of the victims. (6-22-17)
Bay Area DJ Survives Heart Attack with Stranger's HelpPaul Tonelli, host of the popular Lamont & Tonelli Show on 107.7 The Bone, owes his life to a CPR-trained, quick-acting woman at his gym.. Da Lin reports. (6-22-17)

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