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U.S. Government Shuts Down After Senate Negotiations FizzleThe federal government shut down at the stroke of midnight Friday, halting all but the most essential operations and marring the one-year anniversary of President Donald Trump's inauguration in a striking display of Washington dysfunction. Andria Borba reports. (1-19-18)
Tens of Thousands Expected at Women's Marches Across Bay AreaTens of thousands of people are expected to turn out Saturday in cities across the Bay Area for a series of Women's Marches as part of a grassroots political movement to get more women into political office. Melissa Caen reports. (1-19-18)
As Federal Government Shutdown Looms, California Braces for the WorstWhat would a government shutdown mean for California? Katie Nielsen looks at the impact on the Golden State if Congress misses the budget deadline on Friday. (1-18-18)
Oakland Mayor Says She'll Go To Jail To Protect Sanctuary City PolicyJust hours after the Oakland City Council voted unanimously to end any cooperation with agents from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Mayor Libby Schaaf said Wednesday she would go to jail if needed in her opposition to ICE raids. Phil Matier reports. (1/17/18)
Cost Of California's High-Speed Rail Project Climbs By $2.8 BillionCalifornia is being sued for unauthorized spending, as the bullet train's first phase comes in well over budget. Melissa Caen reports. (1/16/18)
Lawmaker Aims To Protect America's Vulnerable GPS Satellite SystemAn attack on America's GPS system could cripple infrastructure and topple our economy. Kiet Do talked to a lawmaker whose plan would backup the system and prevent such an attack.

News

Airport Screeners at Bay Area Airports Busted for Working with SmugglersSome TSA screeners at Bay Area airports have been busted for working with drug smugglers and FBI agents fear screeners could easily turn a blind eye to explosives. Andria Borba reports. (1-19-18)
East Bay Car Crash Shears Hydrant Causing Mudslide That Floods HomesA car crashed into a fire hydrant near Buckingham Blvd, lubricating the hillside and sending a torrent of mud into several homes. Katie Nielsen reports. (1-19-18)
Family of Boy Killed in East Bay DUI Crash Says Justice Was Not DoneThe family of a little boy who was killed by a drunk driver on I-680 in San Ramon are upset that the woman responsible was sentenced to only seven years and she could be out of prison in half that time. Maria Medina reports. (1-19-18)

Travel

Cost Of California's High-Speed Rail Project Climbs By $2.8 BillionCalifornia is being sued for unauthorized spending, as the bullet train's first phase comes in well over budget. Melissa Caen reports. (1/16/18)
Rat On Plane Forces Cancellation Of Alaska Airline Flight At Oakland InternationalAlaska Airlines Flight 915 never left Oakland International Airport because a rat was spotted on board. Jackie Ward talked to passengers who had to deplane the Boeing 737.
Local Airports Jammed as the Holiday Getaway Rush PeaksThe Christmas travel rush was in overdrive Friday afternoon at SFO. Katie Nielsen reports. (12-22-17)

General

High School Student Paralyzed From Neck Down After Wrestling Match InjuryA high school community is rallying around an East bay teenager who suffered a life-changing injury. Juliette Goodrich tells us Ryan Joseph is not paralyzed from the neck down..
Lawmaker Aims To Protect America's Vulnerable GPS Satellite SystemAn attack on America's GPS system could cripple infrastructure and topple our economy. Kiet Do talked to a lawmaker whose plan would backup the system and prevent such an attack.
Monday Night Forecast With Paul DeannoRain on the way.

Gov't, Politics & Law

As Federal Government Shutdown Looms, California Braces for the WorstWhat would a government shutdown mean for California? Katie Nielsen looks at the impact on the Golden State if Congress misses the budget deadline on Friday. (1-18-18)
San Francisco Short-Term Rental Supply Loses 6,000 Listings OvernightA new law in San Francisco is cracking down on landlords turning homes into hotels during a housing crisis. Susie Steimle reports. (1/17/18)
Homeowners Incentivized To Part With Wood-Burning Stoves And FireplacesResidents in parts of the Bay Area can receive up to $3,500 in rebates to stop burning wood and begin using a cleaner burning alternative. Len Ramirez reports. (1/16/18)

Local News

Airport Screeners at Bay Area Airports Busted for Working with SmugglersSome TSA screeners at Bay Area airports have been busted for working with drug smugglers and FBI agents fear screeners could easily turn a blind eye to explosives. Andria Borba reports. (1-19-18)
East Bay Car Crash Shears Hydrant Causing Mudslide That Floods HomesA car crashed into a fire hydrant near Buckingham Blvd, lubricating the hillside and sending a torrent of mud into several homes. Katie Nielsen reports. (1-19-18)
Family of Boy Killed in East Bay DUI Crash Says Justice Was Not DoneThe family of a little boy who was killed by a drunk driver on I-680 in San Ramon are upset that the woman responsible was sentenced to only seven years and she could be out of prison in half that time. Maria Medina reports. (1-19-18)

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East Bay Car Crash Shears Hydrant Causing Mudslide That Floods HomesA car crashed into a fire hydrant near Buckingham Blvd, lubricating the hillside and sending a torrent of mud into several homes. Katie Nielsen reports. (1-19-18)
Family of Boy Killed in East Bay DUI Crash Says Justice Was Not DoneThe family of a little boy who was killed by a drunk driver on I-680 in San Ramon are upset that the woman responsible was sentenced to only seven years and she could be out of prison in half that time. Maria Medina reports. (1-19-18)
Police Arrest Suspect in S.F. Sunset District HomicideA woman was fatally gunned down late Friday afternoon in San Francisco’s Sunset District and police announced late Friday night they had a suspect in custody. (1-19-18)

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