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Stanford Grad Racer Says NASCAR In Sonoma Like HomecomingJulia Landauer tells Emily Turner she's hoping for a win in Sonoma, a road track that feels like home to her. (6-23-17)
People Living In RVs In Palo Alto Brace For CrackdownThere’s a crackdown coming on people who are living in RVs along one of Palo Alto's busiest roads. Devin Fehely reports. (6-23-17)
Pride and Protest: Politics Likely to Be Front and Center at Pride FestivitiesHundreds of thousands are expected to attend SF Pride celebrations this weekend and you can expect extra security -- along with plenty of protests. Melissa Caen reports from the Castro. (6-23-17)
Officials Reveal How Events Unfolded In Deadly Shooting Rampage At S.F. UPSPolice in San Francisco on Friday released chilling new details about how UPS shooting suspect Jimmy Lam used stolen weapons to target and kill three co-workers last week. Susie Steimle reports. (6-23-17)
Friends Remember Teen Who Fell To Her Death From SF CliffFriends mourned the loss of 17-year-old Victoria La Rocca, of Corte Madera, who died Thursday after falling from a popular seaside trail at San Francisco's Lands End. Da Lin reports. (6-23-17)
NASCAR Favorite Dale Earnhardt Jr. Readies for Final Race at SonomaTens of thousands of NASCAR fans will be at the Sonoma Raceway this weekend. Most are excited to cheer on one of the biggest names in the sport, Dale Earnhardt Jr. Emily Turner reports. (6-23-17)

Health & Fitness

ConsumerWatch Weekend RoundupA look at some of the week's top consumer topics with Julie Watts. (6-10-17)
Tips For Staying Healthy This Spring With Dr. Nicole Van GroningenDr. Nicole Van Groningen helps Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi separate fact from fiction when it comes to getting healthy and staying healthy this spring.
Low-Cost Genetic Testing Puts DNA Secrets In Everyone's HandsConsumers can now buy genetic testing kits online without having to go through a doctor or counselor. While the demand is exploding, so too are questions about how to interpret the results. Allen Martin reports. (6-4-17)

News

People Living In RVs In Palo Alto Brace For CrackdownThere’s a crackdown coming on people who are living in RVs along one of Palo Alto's busiest roads. Devin Fehely reports. (6-23-17)
Officials Reveal How Events Unfolded In Deadly Shooting Rampage At S.F. UPSPolice in San Francisco on Friday released chilling new details about how UPS shooting suspect Jimmy Lam used stolen weapons to target and kill three co-workers last week. Susie Steimle reports. (6-23-17)
Friends Remember Teen Who Fell To Her Death From SF CliffFriends mourned the loss of 17-year-old Victoria La Rocca, of Corte Madera, who died Thursday after falling from a popular seaside trail at San Francisco's Lands End. Da Lin reports. (6-23-17)

Cancer

ConsumerWatch: New Study Shows Quantities Of BPA Found In Canned Food Still HighJulie Watts reports on the latest study measuring the amount of Bisphenol-A found in canned food goods (5-17-2017)
Doctors Puzzled By Increase In Lung Cancer Among Women Who Have Never SmokedElizabeth Cook reports on spike in lung cancer among Asian women without a history of smoking (5-15-2017)
Kids Battling Cancer Enjoy Free Fun Day At Great AmericaIt was a very special Mother's Day for hundreds of Bay Area kids living with cancer. At Great America amusement park, cancer patients and their families enjoyed free admission and lots of fun at the 28th Courageous Kids event. Kiet Do reports. (5-14-17)

General

Substation Tests Batteries That Store Energy From Renewable SourcesNear Vacaville, PG&E is trying to implement a way to hold on to power generated by solar cells and wind turbines for peak-demand after the sun goes down. Wilson Walker reports. (6-22-17)
KPIX's Don Sharp Visits Texas Home Town On Juneteenth, Recalls Segregated SouthOn this Juneteenth, KPIX Operations Manger Don Sharp goes home to his home town in Texas. Devin Fehely traveled with him and talked to Don, his family and friends about growing up in the segregated South under Jim Crow.
Corpse Flower In Bloom At SF Conservatory Of FlowersPeople are lining up to smell 'Terra the Titan,' a stinky corpse flower at the SF Conservatory of Flowers.

Gov't, Politics & Law

Parents of Sick Children Protest Senate Healthcare BillIf the Senate bill passes in its present form, critics say millions of the disabled, elderly, and children here could end up without coverage.Susie Steimle reports. (6-22-17)
Marin County Affordable Housing Deadline Eased As Demand GrowsMarin County is about to get another pass on a state requirement to build affordable housing. Why? Melissa Caen went to Sacramento to find out. Meanwhile, the need for more affordable homes in the North Bay is greater than ever, as Emily Turner found out. (6-22-17)
California's Kitchen, Warehouse Workers To Get Heat Protections Similar To Outdoor WorkersIndoor workers to get similar protections as outdoor workers on hot days in California. Susie Steimle reports. (6/21/17)

Local News

People Living In RVs In Palo Alto Brace For CrackdownThere’s a crackdown coming on people who are living in RVs along one of Palo Alto's busiest roads. Devin Fehely reports. (6-23-17)
Pride and Protest: Politics Likely to Be Front and Center at Pride FestivitiesHundreds of thousands are expected to attend SF Pride celebrations this weekend and you can expect extra security -- along with plenty of protests. Melissa Caen reports from the Castro. (6-23-17)
Officials Reveal How Events Unfolded In Deadly Shooting Rampage At S.F. UPSPolice in San Francisco on Friday released chilling new details about how UPS shooting suspect Jimmy Lam used stolen weapons to target and kill three co-workers last week. Susie Steimle reports. (6-23-17)

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