Oakland Retracts New Police Policy On Illegal Living Spaces, Parties
Oakland city officials on Thursday night retracted a just instituted "see and report" policy for Oakland police officers regarding illegal parties and living spaces. Christin Ayers reports. (2-16-17)

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Search Continues For Gunman In Waffle House Mass ShootingLaura Podesta reports on police widening their search for half-naked gunman who killed four at Nashville Waffle House (4-22-2018)
PIX Now: Best of the WeekA roundup of the week's best stories from the KPIX newsroom. (4-22-18)
KPIX Sunday Morning News WrapA roundup of news and sports with Devin Fehely, Melissa Caen, Neda Iranpour and Vern Glenn. (4-22-18)

Gov't, Politics & Law

Talking Politics: Comey Unbound / Brown v. TrumpIt seemed that former FBI director James Comey was everywhere last week -- including inside the president's head; Gov. Jerry Brown has been trying to finesse the issue of using the National Guard to police the border but Pres. Trump isn't buying what Brown is selling. Phil Matier, Melissa Caen and Willie Brown discuss. (4-22-18)
At Issue: Housing Near Transit HubsA state senate committee voted down a bill introduced by San Francisco's Scott Wiener that would have limited a city's ability to block construction of some multi-family housing projects near transit hubs. KPIX 5's Phil Matier talks to Wiener about the future of his idea. (4-22-18)
San Rafael Homeowners in Showdown with City Hall Over Sidewalk RepairsThe city of San Rafael planted trees that are causing the sidewalks to crack. Now it's the homeowners who are on the hook to smooth things over. Julie Watts reports. (4-20-18)

Local News

UCB Student Known For Wearing Squirrel Suit Says He's Serious About The JobBetty Yu reports on UC Berkeley student elected to ASUC Senate wearing a squirrel suit (4-22-2018)
Neighbors Tried To Save Woman Who Died In Sunset District Fire SaturdayJoe Vazquez reports on new details about the victim who refused help before losing her life in Sunset District house fire (4-22-2018)
At Issue: Scooter Invasion in S.F.Cheryl Brinkman, chairwoman of the SFMTA board of directors, talks with KPIX 5's Phil Matier about the controversy over dockless scooters crowding out pedestrians on the sidewalks of San Francisco. (4-22-18)

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