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Pet of the Week: Find Princess Buttercup a New HomeMaria Conlon, from Give Me Shelter Cat Rescue, brought Princess Buttercup to KPIX studios. Adoption info at: givemesheltersf.org (6-24-17)
Saturday Pinpoint ForecastSaturday by the bay: patchy fog in the morning, highs in the upper 50s to the mid 60s. Southwest winds between 10 and 20 mph. Evening: partly cloudy becoming mostly cloudy. Patchy fog possible after midnight. (6-24-17)
Investigating The 60-Year-Old Mystery Of SF-To-Hawaii Airliner That DisappearedIn November, 1957, Pan Am Flight 7 disappeared with 44 people on board and two retired Bay Area men are trying to find out why. Sharon Chin reports. (6-23-17)
Red Tape Threatens Long Delay For South Bay Flood Control ProjectKPIX 5's Maria Medina reports from Milpitas, where homeowners are frustrated by a stalled flood-control project. (6-23-17)
Oakland Faces Shortage of Emergency Dispatchers Despite Funding to Hire ThemEven though the City of Oakland has budgeted for 74 dispatchers there are only 46 on staff handling more than a half million calls per year. Christin Ayers reports. (6-23-17)
Raw Video: Pride Weekend Begins With Trans March at SF Dolores ParkHundreds gathered for the annual Trans March at Dolores Park in San Francisco's Mission District on Friday as Pride weekend celebrations got underway. (6-23-17)

Business

Good Jobs Land in San Jose with Airline's Maintenance ExpansionThis summer, Compass Airlines (affiliated with Delta) is building a new maintenance facility at Mineta San Jose International. Len Ramirez reports. (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)
Regulators Fail To Impose Emissions Cap On Bay Area Oil RefineriesOil companies didn't want any emission cap, but environmentalists said the cap didn't go far enough. Joe Vazquez and Phil Matier report. (6/21/17)

Local Community

Oakland Faces Shortage of Emergency Dispatchers Despite Funding to Hire ThemEven though the City of Oakland has budgeted for 74 dispatchers there are only 46 on staff handling more than a half million calls per year. Christin Ayers reports. (6-23-17)
Road Construction Takes Toll on Mill Valley MerchantsA stretch of Miller Ave. in Mill Valley is getting a major facelift. The work has been going on for a year and some shop owners are saying "enough, already!" Veronica De La Cruz reports. (6-23-17)
SF Homelessness Czar Looks Back on 1st Year on the JobWilson Walker talks with Jeff Kositsky, SF Dept of Homelessness & Supportive Housing. (6-23-17)

News

Investigating The 60-Year-Old Mystery Of SF-To-Hawaii Airliner That DisappearedIn November, 1957, Pan Am Flight 7 disappeared with 44 people on board and two retired Bay Area men are trying to find out why. Sharon Chin reports. (6-23-17)
Red Tape Threatens Long Delay For South Bay Flood Control ProjectKPIX 5's Maria Medina reports from Milpitas, where homeowners are frustrated by a stalled flood-control project. (6-23-17)
Oakland Faces Shortage of Emergency Dispatchers Despite Funding to Hire ThemEven though the City of Oakland has budgeted for 74 dispatchers there are only 46 on staff handling more than a half million calls per year. Christin Ayers reports. (6-23-17)

Technology & Computing

New Details Emerge On Hack Attack Of NetflixHackers released episodes of the popular Netflix show Orange is the New Black before it premiered on the Los Gatos streaming service. Maria Medina spoke with a computer security expert to find out how it went down. (6-22-17)
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)
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick ResignsUber founder Travis Kalanick announced he's resigning as CEO, after five major investors demanded that he go. Andria Borba reports. (6/20/17)

Gov't, Politics & Law

Oakland Faces Shortage of Emergency Dispatchers Despite Funding to Hire ThemEven though the City of Oakland has budgeted for 74 dispatchers there are only 46 on staff handling more than a half million calls per year. Christin Ayers reports. (6-23-17)
SF Homelessness Czar Looks Back on 1st Year on the JobWilson Walker talks with Jeff Kositsky, SF Dept of Homelessness & Supportive Housing. (6-23-17)
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)

Local News

Investigating The 60-Year-Old Mystery Of SF-To-Hawaii Airliner That DisappearedIn November, 1957, Pan Am Flight 7 disappeared with 44 people on board and two retired Bay Area men are trying to find out why. Sharon Chin reports. (6-23-17)
Red Tape Threatens Long Delay For South Bay Flood Control ProjectKPIX 5's Maria Medina reports from Milpitas, where homeowners are frustrated by a stalled flood-control project. (6-23-17)
Oakland Faces Shortage of Emergency Dispatchers Despite Funding to Hire ThemEven though the City of Oakland has budgeted for 74 dispatchers there are only 46 on staff handling more than a half million calls per year. Christin Ayers reports. (6-23-17)

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