To Accommodate Caltrain's 6,000 Daily Cyclists, Bikes Board First
Caltrain has the more daily bike riders of any rail system in the United States. Len Ramirez reports. (4/16/18)

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Burned-Out South Bay House Sells for Over $1.5 Million Asking PriceCall it a hot new trend in Bay Area real estate -- buyers snap up burned-out and condemned properties for prices that could buy a mansion in most places. Andria Borba reports from Mountain View. (4-19-18)
In Released Comey Memos, Trump Talks of Putin, 'Hookers'Redacted memos provide details on phone calls and encounters between President Trump and then-FBI director James B. Comey. Vernonica De La Cruz reports. (4-19-18)
Report Shows Californians More Mellow About MarijuanaA new report found that people are becoming more comfortable with legal marijuana, as cannabis moves from the black market to a regulated one. Betty Yu reports. (4-19-18)

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Burned-Out South Bay House Sells for Over $1.5 Million Asking PriceCall it a hot new trend in Bay Area real estate -- buyers snap up burned-out and condemned properties for prices that could buy a mansion in most places. Andria Borba reports from Mountain View. (4-19-18)
Report Shows Californians More Mellow About MarijuanaA new report found that people are becoming more comfortable with legal marijuana, as cannabis moves from the black market to a regulated one. Betty Yu reports. (4-19-18)
San Quentin Inmate Free After 25 Years on Death RowVicente Benavides, a Kern County man on death row for more than 25 years for a toddler's rape and murder, was set free on Thursday. KPIX 5's Joe Vazquez explains how "false evidence" put him in San Quentin. (4-19-18)

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To Accommodate Caltrain's 6,000 Daily Cyclists, Bikes Board FirstCaltrain has the more daily bike riders of any rail system in the United States. Len Ramirez reports. (4/16/18)
Push To Preserve Historic Mill Valley-Mt. Tamalpais Historic TrainThere is a push to preserve a piece of railroad history in Mill Valley. John Ramos tells us about train that carried tourists from Mill Valley to scenic Mt. Tamalpais, decades ago.
Skiers Flock To Squaw Valley In Wake Of AvalancheSquaw Valley ski resort was full of skiers Saturday, a day after an avalanche buried several skiers, injuring one and closing the resort. Carlos Correa reports.

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