BART Cracks Down On Fare Evasion, But Not Yet Issuing Citations
BART says it is working hard to tackle fare evasion and other issues impacting its bottom line. Joe Vazquez reports. (2/12/18)
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Monday Night Forecast With Brian HackneyFreezing overnight temps.
Black Panthers Sets Box Office Records, Shines Light On OaklandThe movie Black Panther smashed box office records this weekend raking in an estimated $235 million. Christin Ayers says director Ryan Coogler's Oakland roots shine in this film.
Pilot Personally Delivers Lost Engagement Ring To United PassengerA San Francisco woman is thanking a United Airlines pilot for returning some small but precious cargo - her engagement ring.
Allegations Of Sexual Misconduct Dog CA Assemblywoman GarciaState Assemblywoman Christina Garcia, a vocal leader of the #MeToo movement, is facing new allegations of misconduct. As Laura Abrams reports, he says he was fired for refusing to play Spin the Bottle.
Cold Snap Hits Bay AreaWidespread freezing temperatures were expected across the Bay Area bringing hail, and snow. Katie Nielsen reports.
Feds Target Cannabis Chemical CBD Despite Proven Medical BenefitThe DEA asserts all cannabis extracts - including CBD - are controlled substances and illicit. Parents of children who benefit from the drug, like Zachary hope a lawsuit filed in an SF court, will change that.

Crime

Berkeley Police Arrest 6 in Undercover Operation to Combat Laptop TheftsBerkeley officers arrested six people in an undercover operation set up to combat a recent rash of laptop thefts in cafes. (2-19-18)
Raw Video: Florida School Shooter Makes Brief Court AppearanceAppearing in a red jumpsuit with his wrists shackled to his waist, Nikolas Cruz appeared in court Monday for a hearing on the sealing of certain documents in the case. (2-19-18)
Pot Smokers Light Up With Police To Teach SafetyNow that recreational marijuana is legal in California police are seeing a spike in people driving while high. They're still learning how to spot the signs.

Local Community

New Exhibit at de Young Museum in S.F. Spotlights African American ArtA new exhibit title "Revelations" features a wide range of media that share one common component. KPIX 5's Christin Ayers takes a long look with museum curator Timothy Anglin Burgard. (2-18-18)
Warriors' Durant to Pay First Year Tuition for 4 East Palo Alto HS SeniorsSeveral at-risk high school seniors on the Peninsula were shocked to learn last week that Golden State Warriors star Kevin Durant has offered to foot the bill for the first year of their college education. Sharon Chin reports. (2-16-18)
San Jose Google Campus Proposal Raises Concerns for ResidentsNot everyone’s happy with Google moving into downtown San Jose. An exclusive KPIX-SurveyUSA poll shows a majority of voters in the city think it could be a good thing. That number is 56 percent. But 31 percent say it will be bad and 13 percent aren’t sure. Len Ramirez reports. (2-16-18)

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