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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Former Stanford, 49ers Player Detained After Threat To Los Angeles Prep SchoolA law enforcement official says former Miami Dolphins player Jonathan Martin was taken into Los Angeles police custody after a threatening Instagram post referencing a private prep school. (2-23-18)
San Jose Landlord Moving to Colorado with Tenants in TowSan Jose landlord Tony Hicks is fed up with the Bay Area. He’s moving to Colorado taking a houseful of his tenants with him. Len Ramirez reports. (2-23-18)
2-Alarm Fire Burns Alleged Drug Den In San Francisco Castro DistrictA two-alarm fire raced through a three-story apartment house in San Francisco's Castro District Friday, a building identified by police in the past as a drug den. Susie Steimle reports. (2-23-18)
Quake Swarm Rattles East Bay ResidentsThe earth continued to rumble beneath Danville Friday as five small earthquakes — the largest a magnitude 3.6 — rattled the area, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. Devin Fehely reports. (2-23-18)
Oakland Educators Reject Proposal to Arm TeachersOakland is the only Bay Area school district with its own police force. The chief says many Oakland parents don't want armed officers in the schools, let alone armed teachers. Da Lin reports (2-23-18)
Watermark Conference For Women In San Jose Comes Amid #MeToo MovementMore than 6,500 women came together at the San Jose Convention Center Friday for a day of "leadership, networking, inspiration, professional development and personal growth." amid the #MeToo movement. Mary Lee reports. (2/23/18)

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San Francisco Symphony Rehearses Chinese New Year Concert at DaviesOn Saturday, the San Francisco Symphony will hold a Lunar New Year concert at 3 p.m. at Davies Symphony Hall as well as a post-concert dinner. The family event draws on ancient and contemporary Asian traditions. Elizabeth Cook reports. (2-23-18)
Concord Restaurant Shut Down Over Vermin InfestationVeronica De La Cruz reports on Concord's Old Spaghetti Factory being shut down by county health officials for rat infestation (2-23-2018)
San Jose Landlord Moving to Colorado with Tenants in TowSan Jose landlord Tony Hicks is fed up with the Bay Area. He’s moving to Colorado taking a houseful of his tenants with him. Len Ramirez reports. (2-23-18)

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Students Grill Lawmakers On Gun Policies After Florida School ShootingStudents and parents who lost children to school shootings are urging lawmakers and President Donald Trump to restrict access to assault weapons. Betty Yu reports. (2/21/18)
BART Releases Video Of Officer Fatally Shooting Man In West OaklandBART released graphic body camera video of a controversial police shooting at the West Oakland BART station in January. Joe Vazquez reports. (2/21/18)
Congressman Adam Schiff Says Russia Investigation Isn't Close To OverRep. Adam Schiff said they've been interviewing Steve Bannon and that he hopes they will subpoena Deutsche Bank. Andria Borba reports. (2/20/18)

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Cold Snap, Freezing Temps Settle Over Bay AreaA very cold high pressure system is settling over the Bay Area bringing cold temperatures. Here's the forecast, locations of shelters in SF, and Jackie Ward with tips for pets and plants.
San Jose Announces Ambitious Renewable Energy ProgramOn Thursday, the city of San Jose released a draft copy of its 194-page “Climate Smart San Jose” plan. It aims to set and achieve the goals set forth in the Paris Climate Agreement that President Trump withdrew from last year. Kiet Do reports. (2-15-18)
Biologists Scramble to Save Endangered Plant Found at S.F. PresidioIn 2009, a biologist noticed a plant growing along Highway 1 in San Francisco's Presidio. It turned out to be a Franciscan Manzanita, a plant thought to be extinct in the wild. But ensuring its long-term survival is no easy feat. John Ramos reports. (2-15-18)

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San Francisco Symphony Rehearses Chinese New Year Concert at DaviesOn Saturday, the San Francisco Symphony will hold a Lunar New Year concert at 3 p.m. at Davies Symphony Hall as well as a post-concert dinner. The family event draws on ancient and contemporary Asian traditions. Elizabeth Cook reports. (2-23-18)
Concord Restaurant Shut Down Over Vermin InfestationVeronica De La Cruz reports on Concord's Old Spaghetti Factory being shut down by county health officials for rat infestation (2-23-2018)
Former Stanford, 49ers Player Detained After Threat To Los Angeles Prep SchoolA law enforcement official says former Miami Dolphins player Jonathan Martin was taken into Los Angeles police custody after a threatening Instagram post referencing a private prep school. (2-23-18)

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