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Raw Video: Milo Yiannopoulos Makes Brief Appearance at Cal Amid Counter-ProtestsRight-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos briefly addressed a few dozen supporters at the University of California, Berkeley while a slightly larger crowd protesting his appearance Sunday was kept separate by police. (9-24-17)
At Issue: Public Pension Debt CrisisAcross the country, cities and counties are going broke trying to keep up with public pension debt. The pension crisis was the topic of a recent workshop at Stanford University. Melissa Caen talks with professor Joe Nation about the issue. (9-24-17)
KPIX Sunday Morning News WrapOvernight headlines, developing news and politics with Melissa Caen and Phil Matier. (9-24-17)

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Raw Video: Milo Yiannopoulos Makes Brief Appearance at Cal Amid Counter-ProtestsRight-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos briefly addressed a few dozen supporters at the University of California, Berkeley while a slightly larger crowd protesting his appearance Sunday was kept separate by police. (9-24-17)
At Issue: Public Pension Debt CrisisAcross the country, cities and counties are going broke trying to keep up with public pension debt. The pension crisis was the topic of a recent workshop at Stanford University. Melissa Caen talks with professor Joe Nation about the issue. (9-24-17)
At Issue: Safe Injection Sites for Drug UsersDiscarded drug needles have become all too familiar in cities and a new state bill aims to create government-sanctioned "safe drug injection sites." KPIX 5's Phil Matier talked on Sunday with San Francisco supervisor London Breed. (9-24-17)

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