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Olson Homers in 10th, A's Pull Within Game of AstrosMatt Olson hit a lead-off homer in the 10th and the A's beat the Astros 4-3 on Friday night to pull within a game of the reigning World Series champs for the AL West lead.
Brush Fire Burns 30 Acres Near Highway 4 in MartinezContra Costa County fire crews have contained a 3-alarm brush fire that burned more than 30 acres Friday evening along westbound Highway 4 and Alhambra Avenue in Martinez.
AP: Omarosa Manigault Newman Has Video, E-mails, TextsOmarosa Manigault Newman has a stash of video, e-mails, texts and other documentation supporting the claims in her tell-all book about her time in the Trump White House, a person with knowledge of the records told the AP.
Redwood City Residents Oppose Coffee Business' Bikini-Clad Baristas A Peninsula neighborhood is trying to shut down plans to open a new drive-through coffee operation where customers are served by scantily-clad baristas.
Kaiser Refusing To Provide EpiPens In Recommended Two-PackSome parents in the Bay Area are raising concerns after Kaiser started rationing life-saving EpiPens, only giving out to a single dose of the allergy medication instead of the recommended two-packs.
Tributes To CHP Officer Killed In Crash Mix Hollywood And BrotherhoodCalifornia Highway Patrol motorcycle Officer Kirk Griess, a 19-year veteran, was remembered during a memorial service today as a devoted family man and a "cop's cop."
HUD Hits Facebook With Housing Discrimination ComplaintThe Department of Housing and Urban Development is accusing Facebook of violating the Fair Housing Act.
Australian Teen Pleads Guilty To Hacking Apple's Computer NetworkAn Australian teen has reportedly pleaded guilty to hacking into the secure computer systems of Cupertino-based Apple.
Elon Musk: This Has Been The Most Painful Year Of My CareerElon Musk is hurting.

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Bay Area Company Builds Prototype of Next-Gen Autonomous AutoA Bay Area startup called Zoox is putting a new spin on self-driving cars. Instead of building the technology around the car, they're doing it the other way around. Betty Yu reports. (8-17-18)
Feds Seek Facebook Help to Wiretap Messenger AppThe U.S. government is trying to force Facebook to break the encryption in its popular Messenger app so law enforcement may listen to a suspect’s voice conversations in a criminal probe, according to Reuters. Andria Borba reports. (8-17-18)
De La Salle Spartans Beat Folsom Bulldogs, Preserve StreakThe Spartans came into Friday night's game having never lost a game to a Northern California team since 1991. Last year's champions, the Folsom Bulldogs hit the field hoping to change that. Christin Ayers reports. (8-17-18)
Redwood City Residents Oppose Coffee Stand's Bikini-Clad BaristasA Peninsula neighborhood is trying to shut down plans to open a new drive-through coffee operation where customers are served by scantily-clad baristas. Opponents say they’re not anti-business but argue the baristas wearing bikinis at Pink Pantherz Espresso are too hot to handle. Maria Medina reports. (8-17-18)
Silver Oak Winery Goes GreenMost wineries are in pursuit of some kind of a superlative and Silver Oak is also in pursuit of a different kind of superlative: one that supports the environment. Emily Turner reports. (8-17-18)
New Lane for Bikes Draws Gripes from San Jose CommutersThe city of San Jose wants to change a well- traveled road on the east side of town. The point is to expand access for cyclists and improve safety for everyone but, as KPIX 5's Len Ramirez found out, it's running into a lot of resistance. (8-17-18)