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Beefed Up Airport Security For International Flights Into U.S.The Trump administration is rolling out increased screenings of passengers and baggage for all international flights coming into U.S. airports. Ken Bastida reports. (6/28/17)
Fight Over Waterfront Heats Up On San Francisco's EmbarcaderoCalifornia officials says San Francisco shouldn't have the last say over how they use their waterfront. Wilson Walker reports. (6/28/17)
Plan To Install 50,000 Cell Towers In California Faces OppositionOpposition mounts against a plan to installation hundreds of cell towers in cities across California with no local input on where they go. Phil Matier reports. (6/28/16)
Raw Video: Draymond Green And Bob Myers At Monte Vista High SchoolWarriors general manager Bob Myers and forward Draymond Green met with the media at Monte Vista High School in Danville on Wednesday. Earlier this week, Myers was named the NBA's Executive of the Year and Green earned Defensive Player of the Year honors. (6-28-17)
San Jose Grass Fire Reaches HomesA five-acre grass fire came close to at least half a dozen large homes in San Jose Wednesday. (6/27/17)
Suspect In Sacramento Deputy Shooting Had Ties To Bay Area Double MurderThe man accused of shooting a Sacramento Sheriff's deputy in the face has had a violent past, including ties to a double murder in Mountain View. Devin Fehely reports. (6/27/17)

Business

Vegan Products From SF Company Pulled From Shelves Over Contamination RumorsTwo popular products from a San Francisco food retailer have been pulled from shelves at Target over a rumor they may be contaminated. Joe Vazquez reports. (6/27/17)
NASCAR Fans Camping Out, Revved Up, Ready For Big RaceThe roar of the engine and squealing tires is music to their ears. Katie Nielsen talks to fans, drivers and gives an idea of the cost of a NASCAR vacation.
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)

Family & Parenting

Bay Area Pool Joins Worldwide Swim-Lesson PushKids at a pool in Rankin Park in Martinez were making history Thursday even as they were making a splash. John Ramos reports. (6-22-17)
Dublin Closes New Water Slide After Boy Falls Off On Opening DayAfter a 10-year-old boy was ejected as he descended the three-story Emerald Plunge slide at The Wave at Emerald Glen Park in Dublin on Saturday, the slide was closed and OSHA investigators were called to investigate. Wilson Walker reports. (5-28-17)
Floating Playground Opens In Santa RosaJust in time for the start of summer, a cool floating playground is about to open to the public at Spring Lake in Santa Rosa. Emily Turner gets a sneak peek. (5-26-17)

Local Community

Burger Boogaloo Hosted By John Waters Returns To Oakland's Mosswood ParkMarcos Ribak talks to Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi about Burger Boogaloo's return to Mosswood Park in Oakland with its annual punk rock concert hosted by John Waters.
Pink Triangle, Symbol of SF Pride, Unfurled on Twin PeaksCrafted from more than an acre of cloth, the Pink Triangle on Twin Peaks is an eye-catching symbol of San Francisco Pride weekend. Devin Fehely reports. (6-24-17)
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)

News

Beefed Up Airport Security For International Flights Into U.S.The Trump administration is rolling out increased screenings of passengers and baggage for all international flights coming into U.S. airports. Ken Bastida reports. (6/28/17)
Fight Over Waterfront Heats Up On San Francisco's EmbarcaderoCalifornia officials says San Francisco shouldn't have the last say over how they use their waterfront. Wilson Walker reports. (6/28/17)
Sonoma-Marin SMART Train Zips You Between San Rafael And PetalumaIt isn't open for commuters just yet, but SMART trains will soon zip commuters across the scenic North Bay. Emily Turner reports. (6/28/17)

Local News

San Francisco To Pay Undocumented Immigrant $190K For Violating Sanctuary PolicySan Francisco expected to pay $190,000 settlement to an undocumented immigrant who claims police violated the sanctuary city ordinance. Joe Vazquez reports. (6/28/17)
Beefed Up Airport Security For International Flights Into U.S.The Trump administration is rolling out increased screenings of passengers and baggage for all international flights coming into U.S. airports. Ken Bastida reports. (6/28/17)
Fight Over Waterfront Heats Up On San Francisco's EmbarcaderoCalifornia officials says San Francisco shouldn't have the last say over how they use their waterfront. Wilson Walker reports. (6/28/17)

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