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75th Anniversary of Japanese Internment Camps Commemorated in S.F.At a solemn ceremony in San Francisco on Sunday, people of all nationalities gathered to remember a dark period in U.S. history. John Ramos reports. (2-19-17)
Flood Protection Alternatives to Replace SandbagsKurtis Ming found some pretty interesting inventions, some of them you can store in your garage until needed, for the next rainy season. (2-19-17)
Storm-Battered Pacifica Awaits Another Blast Of Wind, SurfAs a light rain began to fall at the Pacifica Pier on Sunday, Joe Vazquez reports that high winds and surf are expected there within hours. (2-19-17)
North Bay Residents Brace For Another Round of FloodingJessica Flores reports from San Anselmo where there are fresh concerns about flooding. (2-191-7)
Don Pedro Reservoir On Tuolumne River Nears Overflow StageAt 830 feet the Don Pedro reservoir will spill over into the Tuolumne and, right now, it's at 825 feet. As Anser Hassan reports, people in low-lying towns downstream are on high alert. (2-19-17)
Water Officials Lower Anderson Reservoir Before Major Storm ArrivesIn Santa Clara County, the water district is trying to release as much water as possible from the already-full Anderson Reservoir. Devin Fehely reports. (2-19-17)

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Volunteers Clean Drug Paraphernalia From The Mean Streets of San FranciscoMaria Medina follows a group of volunteers who call themselves real-life superheroes. (2-19-17)
75th Anniversary of Japanese Internment Camps Commemorated in S.F.At a solemn ceremony in San Francisco on Sunday, people of all nationalities gathered to remember a dark period in U.S. history. John Ramos reports. (2-19-17)
Flood Protection Alternatives to Replace SandbagsKurtis Ming found some pretty interesting inventions, some of them you can store in your garage until needed, for the next rainy season. (2-19-17)

Health & Fitness

Volunteers Clean Drug Paraphernalia From The Mean Streets of San FranciscoMaria Medina follows a group of volunteers who call themselves real-life superheroes. (2-19-17)
Huge Price Spike For Drug That Can Save Victims Of Opioid OverdoseIf you or a loved one overdoses, there is a drug that can save your life. But as Andria Borba reports, it comes at an increasing cost. (2-16-17)
ConsumerWatch: Lead In Sippy CupsA popular children's brand is backtracking on a voluntary recall. It comes after a blogger and parents across the country claim to have found lead in the company's sippy cups. Julie Watts reports. (2-10-17)

Local Community

Volunteers Clean Drug Paraphernalia From The Mean Streets of San FranciscoMaria Medina follows a group of volunteers who call themselves real-life superheroes. (2-19-17)
'Oakland Promise' Scholarship And Tuition Saving Program Off To A Good StartMayor Libby Schaaf said Wednesday that the first year of an ambitious effort to triple the number of low-income college graduates coming out of Oakland public schools has been successful. Christin Ayers reports. (2-15-17)
Jefferson Award Winner: Allison HarrisHeart disease kills one in three women every year, it's more deadly than all forms of cancer combined. As Sharon Chin reports, this week's Jefferson Award winner has made it her life mission to get the word out. (2-15-17)

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Las Vegas Reporter: "Something Will Come About With The Raiders"Las Vegas Review-Journal reporter Rick Velotta tells Dennis O'Donnell that he thinks Sin City is not out of the running for the Raiders. (2/19/17)
Sunday Night Pinpoint ForecastSunday night will be breezy and rainy. Lows will be in the mid 50s. South winds could reach 30 mph. Monday will be windy and rainy. Highs will be in the lower 60s. Brian Hackney has the pinpoint forecast. (2-19-17)
Volunteers Clean Drug Paraphernalia From The Mean Streets of San FranciscoMaria Medina follows a group of volunteers who call themselves real-life superheroes. (2-19-17)

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