Pets Abandoned During Hurricane Irma Up For Adoption In Bay Area
Animals by the hundreds are flowing into Bay Area shelters from Texas and Florida following the hurricanes. And they're up for adoption. Don Ford reports. (9/13/17)

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49ers Postgame: Coach Shanahan Speaks to MediaSan Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan spoke to reporters after a Thursday night thriller at Levi's Stadium. (9-21-17)
Yosemite National Park Crews Learn To Fight Fire With FireIn a deliberate forest-management strategy, a wildfire has been allowed to burn in Yosemite for months. KPIX 5's Wilson Walker finds out that, in some ways, that wildfire may be a good thing. (9-21-17)
Richmond Community Leaders Promote Chess To Curb Youth DelinquencyOrganizers in one East Bay city are trying to keep young people out of trouble by bringing them to the table -- with a chess board atop it. John Ramos reports. (9-21-17)
Search For Mexico Quake Survivors Continues Into Thursday EveningCBS reporter Juan Fernandez has the latest from Mexico City. (9-21-17)
East Bay School Pokes A Green Thumb At Highway Air PollutionThe most common reason students miss school is asthma. Am elementary school is trying to cut down on traffic-related pollution by installing a vegetation barrier to block exhaust drifting onto campus from I-880. Da Lin reports. (9-21-17)
Short-Term Rental Horror Story In S.F.Short-term home rentals are a common way to make some extra cash but one woman's experience in San Francisco may make you think twice. Susie Steimle reports. (9-21-17)

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Millions in Puerto Rico Left Without Electricity in Maria's WakeThe entire island of Puerto Rico was left without power after Hurricane Maria knocked out its already weakened electrical grid. Betty Yu reports. (9-21-17)
Yosemite National Park Crews Learn To Fight Fire With FireIn a deliberate forest-management strategy, a wildfire has been allowed to burn in Yosemite for months. KPIX 5's Wilson Walker finds out that, in some ways, that wildfire may be a good thing. (9-21-17)
Richmond Community Leaders Promote Chess To Curb Youth DelinquencyOrganizers in one East Bay city are trying to keep young people out of trouble by bringing them to the table -- with a chess board atop it. John Ramos reports. (9-21-17)

Pets

California Governor Considers A Bill Aimed At Ending Puppy MillsA bill on California Gov. Jerry Brown's desk would make all cats, dogs, and rabbits at pet stores rescue-only. Juliette Goodrich reports. (9/19/17)
California Governor Considers A Bill Aimed At Ending Puppy MillsA bill on California Gov. Jerry Brown's desk would make all cats, dogs, and rabbits at pet stores rescue-only. Juliette Goodrich reports. (9/19/17)
Pet of the Week: Hurricane Refugee 'Irma' Needs a New HomeVisit the East Bay SPCA - EastBaySPCA.org - to find out how you can adopt Irma, one of many pets transferred to the Bay Area from Florida as Hurricane Irma approached. (9-16-17)

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Yosemite National Park Crews Learn To Fight Fire With FireIn a deliberate forest-management strategy, a wildfire has been allowed to burn in Yosemite for months. KPIX 5's Wilson Walker finds out that, in some ways, that wildfire may be a good thing. (9-21-17)
Richmond Community Leaders Promote Chess To Curb Youth DelinquencyOrganizers in one East Bay city are trying to keep young people out of trouble by bringing them to the table -- with a chess board atop it. John Ramos reports. (9-21-17)
East Bay School Pokes A Green Thumb At Highway Air PollutionThe most common reason students miss school is asthma. Am elementary school is trying to cut down on traffic-related pollution by installing a vegetation barrier to block exhaust drifting onto campus from I-880. Da Lin reports. (9-21-17)

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Millions in Puerto Rico Left Without Electricity in Maria's WakeThe entire island of Puerto Rico was left without power after Hurricane Maria knocked out its already weakened electrical grid. Betty Yu reports. (9-21-17)
Facebook To Give Government More Data On Russian Meddling In U.S. ElectionSaying he did not want anyone to use Facebook “to undermine democracy,” Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Thursday announced his company would turn over 3,000 controversial ads purchased by Russians to Congressional investigators. Melissa Caen reports. (9-21-17)
UC Berkeley Prepares To Host Ultra-Conservative 'Free Speech Week'‘Free Speech Week’ at UC Berkeley is just days away and it's still unclear who all will be speaking on campus. Christin Ayers reports. (9/20/17)

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