Pocket Fire, Zero Percent Contained, Burns Near Geyserville
Late Thursday evening, the fire was zero percent contained and has burned more than 8,400 acres, threatening the town of Geyserville. Melissa Caen reports. (10-12-17)
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Bay Area Pot Dispensary Gears Up for Green Rush in New YearNew Year Day is also being called "Green Monday" That's when the sale of recreational marijuana becomes legal in California. KPIX 5's Jessica Flores visits one pot club that just got the new license required to start selling on Jan. 1. (12-15-17)
California Lawmakers Weigh Options to Soften Federal Tax Bill ImpactA strict limit on state and local tax deductions will hit many Californians hard. Melissa Caen found out that state legislators are looking at some maneuvers which could soften the blow. (12-15-17)
Wealthy Silicon Valley Home Buyers Squeezed in Luxury Housing CrunchEven two and a half million may not buy you a home in the Bay Area these days. Len Ramirez reports from Los Gatos where the shortage of luxury homes is making it tougher on everyone. (12-15-17)
Mourners Pay Respect to Late SF Mayor Ed Lee at City HallEd Lee's body lay in repose in a closed casket draped with the American flag, behind velvet ropes. Lee died early Tuesday after collapsing at a grocery store, leaving the city reeling from shock and dealing with the logistics of selecting a new leader. Susie Steimle reports. (12-15-17)
High Wind Forecast Puts North Bay Fire Crews on AlertThe Santa Rosa fire department, along with others across the region, are back in summer fire season mode thanks to a dry December and high winds expected over the weekend. Emily Turner reports. (12-15-17)
Mourners Pay Respects To San Francisco Mayor Ed LeeUshered in by an honor guard of police officers and sheriff's deputies, San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee entered City Hall for the last time early Friday morning. Jackie Ward reports. (12/15/17)

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California Lawmakers Weigh Options to Soften Federal Tax Bill ImpactA strict limit on state and local tax deductions will hit many Californians hard. Melissa Caen found out that state legislators are looking at some maneuvers which could soften the blow. (12-15-17)
Wealthy Silicon Valley Home Buyers Squeezed in Luxury Housing CrunchEven two and a half million may not buy you a home in the Bay Area these days. Len Ramirez reports from Los Gatos where the shortage of luxury homes is making it tougher on everyone. (12-15-17)
Mourners Pay Respect to Late SF Mayor Ed Lee at City HallEd Lee's body lay in repose in a closed casket draped with the American flag, behind velvet ropes. Lee died early Tuesday after collapsing at a grocery store, leaving the city reeling from shock and dealing with the logistics of selecting a new leader. Susie Steimle reports. (12-15-17)

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Galileo Academy Lions Pin High Hopes on Short QBVern Glenn goes toe-to-toe (actually, back-to-back) with Adrian Poot, the shortest guy on the Galileo Lion football team. (12-15-17)
Food for Bay Area Families: Central Garden & Pet Donates to Food Bank of Contra Costa & SolanoNiko Lahanas, with Central Garden & Pet presented a check for $10,000 to Larry Sly, with the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano. (12-15-17)
Aquatic Park Cove Closed to Swimmers After 2nd Sea Lion AttackFor the second time in less than 24 hours, a swimmer at Aquatic Park in San Francisco has been attacked by a sea lion. Da Lin reports. (12-15-17)

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