Lawmakers To Decide Fate Of California's Landmark Climate Law
California lawmakers are expected to take a crucial vote in extending California's landmark law to fight climate change. But support for the cap-and-trade program is not assured. Anne Makovec reports. (7/17/17)

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East Bay Convicted Felon Faces Prison After Posing With Guns On FacebookAn East Bay man and convicted felon is facing up to 10 years in federal prison after Facebook posts which show him with three semiautomatic weapons. Christin Ayers reports. (7/26/17)
Thursday Morning Forecast With Roberta GonzalesLow pressure is moving out of the Bay Area on Thursday, making way for another summer heat wave in the Bay Area. Roberta Gonzales has the forecast. (7/27/17)
Family Of Paris Attack Victim Sues Google, Facebook, TwitterA lawsuit brought on by a Paris terror attack victim accusing Google, Facebook and Twitter of helping spread terrorist propaganda before the attack will be heard in a Bay Area courtroom Thursday. Jessica Flores reports. (7/27/17)
Beach Boardwalk, State Fair Rides Close After Ohio State Fair TragedyAfter a deadly accident involving a ride at the Ohio State Fair Wednesday night, similar rides at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk and the California State Fair in Sacramento have been closed as a precaution. Katie Nielsen reports. (7/27/17)
Team USA Beats Jamaica In Gold Cup Final At Levi's StadiumTeam USA beat Jamaica to win their sixth Gold Cup final, but some fans say Levi's Stadium wasn't a winning location. Maria Medina reports. (7/26/17)
Protesters Take Stand Against Trump’s Ban On Trans Service MembersA crowd of several hundred people showed up in San Francisco’s Castro District to protest President Donald Trump’s announcement that transgender individuals will no longer be permitted to serve in the U.S. military. Betty Yu reports. (7/26/17)

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Ohio Ride Fatality Leads To Shutdown Of Similar Rides In Bay AreaKatie Nielsen reports on California officials ordering similar rides to be shut down until thorough inspection (7-27-2017)
East Bay Convicted Felon Faces Prison After Posing With Guns On FacebookAn East Bay man and convicted felon is facing up to 10 years in federal prison after Facebook posts which show him with three semiautomatic weapons. Christin Ayers reports. (7/26/17)
Thursday Morning Forecast With Roberta GonzalesLow pressure is moving out of the Bay Area on Thursday, making way for another summer heat wave in the Bay Area. Roberta Gonzales has the forecast. (7/27/17)

Politics

Family Of Paris Attack Victim Sues Google, Facebook, TwitterA lawsuit brought on by a Paris terror attack victim accusing Google, Facebook and Twitter of helping spread terrorist propaganda before the attack will be heard in a Bay Area courtroom Thursday. Jessica Flores reports. (7/27/17)
San Jose No Longer To Crack Down On Volunteers Feeding The HomelessThe city of San Jose is changing its tune on volunteers feeding the homeless at St. James Park. Kiet Do reports. (7/26/17)
Mayor Says San Francisco 49ers Owe Santa Clara MoneyThe mayor of Santa Clara is again calling out the San Francisco 49ers, saying the team has taken advantage of the city. Devin Fehely reports. (7/26/17)

Environment/Green

California's Pacheco Reservoir Could Get $800M ExpansionSanta Clara County officials will vote on how to pay for a major expansion of the Pacheco Reservoir. Maria Medina reports. (7/25/17)
Al Gore Visits Bay Area To Premiere Sequel To 'An Inconvenient Truth'Former Vice President Al Gore was in San Francisco Monday for the premiere of "An Inconvenient Sequel," a follow-up to his Oscar-winning film about global warming and the climate crisis. Betty Yu reports. (7/25/17)
Nature's Night Light: Organisms Glow Off Bay Area CoastBioluminescent organisms created a spectacular glow off the Pigeon Point Lighthouse over the weekend. Sharon Chin reports. (7/25/17)

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Ohio Ride Fatality Leads To Shutdown Of Similar Rides In Bay AreaKatie Nielsen reports on California officials ordering similar rides to be shut down until thorough inspection (7-27-2017)
East Bay Convicted Felon Faces Prison After Posing With Guns On FacebookAn East Bay man and convicted felon is facing up to 10 years in federal prison after Facebook posts which show him with three semiautomatic weapons. Christin Ayers reports. (7/26/17)
Thursday Morning Forecast With Roberta GonzalesLow pressure is moving out of the Bay Area on Thursday, making way for another summer heat wave in the Bay Area. Roberta Gonzales has the forecast. (7/27/17)

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