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Tribal Nations Gather To Mark 50th Anniversary Of Alcatraz OccupationJackie Ward reports on Indigenous People's Day events commemorating 50th anniversary of the 1969 Alcatraz Occupation (10-14-2019)
President's Former Russian Expert Testifies In Impeachment InquiryBofta Yimam reports on White House's former Russian expert Fiona Hill testifying in impeachment inquiry (10-14-2019)
Fort Worth Police Officer Who Fatally Shot Black Woman In Her Home ResignsAnn Makovec reports on officer involved in fatal Fort Worth shooting of African-American woman in her home resigns before being fired (10-14-2019)
Monday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeAfter a chilly start to the day, expect highs ranging from the 60s along the coast to the low 80s inland. Temperatures will cool even further on Tuesday, with showers possible by Wednesday night. Mary Lee has the forecast. (10/14/19)
Alcatraz Indigenous People's Sunrise Gathering Marks 50 Years Since OccupationMore than 1,700 people gathered on Alcatraz early Monday morning for a sunrise gathering on Indigienous People's Day, 50 years since a group of Native Americans occupied the island. Jackie Ward reports. (10/14/19)
Governor Newsom Vetoes 'Complete Streets' Bike And Pedestrian-Friendly BillCalifornia governor Gavin Newsom on Sunday vetoed legislation that would've required Caltrans to prioritize pedestrian and bike safety. Betty Yu reports. (10-13-2019)
Columbus Statue By Coit Tower Defaced During Italian Heritage ParadeWorkers spent much of Sunday power washing red paint off of the Christopher Columbus statue on Telegraph Hill after it was vandalized. The defacing happened the same day as the Italian Heritage Parade in San Francisco.Joe Vazquez reports. (10-13-2019)
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Report: 5 Degree Climate Rise Could Endanger 2/3 Of North American BirdsA new report from the National Audubon Society says climate change could have a devastating impact on birds--not just struggling endangered species, but the ones we see every day. John Ramos reports. (10-13-2019)
Newsom Vetoes Tolls On San Francisco's 'World's Crookedest Street'Gov. Gavin Newsom vetoed a bill late Saturday night that would have allowed San Francisco officials to devise a reservation and toll plan for visitors wanting to drive down the city's iconic 'World's Crookedest Street." Devin Fehely reports. (10-13-2019)
Christopher Columbus Statue Near Coit Tower Defaced During Italian Heritage ParadeA statue of Christopher Columbus by Coit Tower atop San Francisco's Telegraph Hill has been defaced with red paint on Sunday during the annual Italian Heritage Parade. Joe Vazquez reports. (10-13-2019)
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Sunday Evening Weather Forecast With Brian HackneyPlenty of sunshine on tap all week long with numbers in the mid-70s. But winds will pick up by midweek. (10-13-2019)
Family, Friends March For Justice A Year After 2 Killed In East Palo Alto ShootingOne year ago, two young men were shot and killed at a Halloween party in East Palo Alto. Friends and family of the two victims marched for justice and for answers on Sunday. Kiet Do reports. (10-13-2019)
49ers Postgame: DB Emmanuel Moseley Talks Strong Defense Against Rams(10-13-2019)
PIX NowHere's the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (10-13-19)
KPIX Sunday Morning News WrapThe top headlines plus a glance at the weather in two minutes with Devin Fehely and Emily Turner. (10-13-19)
Sunday Morning Pinpoint ForecastSunday by the bay: partly cloudy, highs: 50s to upper 60s. West winds: 5 to 15 mph. Sunday night: mostly cloudy. Lows near 50. (10-13-19)
Gov. Newsom Signs Law Requiring Public Universities To Provide Access To Abortion PillsGovernor Newsom has signed a bill requiring public universities to provide students access to abortion pills on campus. Mary Lee went to UC Berkeley to find out what students think of the new law.
Body Of Missing Utah Tech Exec Found Inside Parked Car In San JoseA police source confirms the body of a tech CEO who went missing on Monday has been found. Maria Medina was in San Jose with the latest developments on the Utah woman's disappearance.
Truck Torched In Firenado Takes A Grim Reminder Of California WildfiresA pickup truck that was torched in a 'firenado' is a grim reminder of the fury of last year's wildfires that swept through Northern California, Devin Fehely went to a fire prevention event in Menlo Park, to see it.
New Law Bans Smoking, Vaping At California State Parks, BeachesIn 2020, visitors at California state parks and beaches will see no smoking signs thanks to a new law just signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom. But as Katie Nielsen reports, some say the new law doesn't go far enough.
Fitness Challenge Raises Money For Pleasanton Officer Fighting Pancreatic CancerA Pleasanton police officer is fighting stage four pancreatic cancer. Saturday, law enforcement and community members came together for a fitness challenge, to show him he's not fighting alone.