USGS: El Nino Caused Record Amount Of Coastal Erosion
Kiet Do reports on past winter's El Nino eroding massive amount of California coastline, especially in Bay Area (2-14-2017)

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Friday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeAfter above average temperatures on Thursday, expect slightly cooler conditions on Friday, with highs in the 60s along the coast to around 80 inland. For Easter weekend, conditions will remain dry as the cooling trend continues. Expect Mary Lee has the forecast. (4/19/19)
Fremont Police Fatally Shoot Man Near BART StationA man suspected of opening fire on a police officer near the Fremont BART station and Washington Hospital late Thursday night has been shot and killed. Jackie Ward reports. (4/19/19)
Fire Breaks Out At San Leandro Strip MallA fire broke out in the kitchen of a restaurant in San Leandro early Friday morning. Anne Makovec reports. (4/19/19)
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PIX NowHere's the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (4-18-19)
Boogie-Boarder Missing, Believed Drowned in Waters Off Half Moon BayA rescue mission turned into a recovery operation after an 18-year-old Hayward man disappeared while in waters off Half Moon Bay Thursday afternoon. Joe Vazquez reports. (4-18-19)
Stolen E-Scooters in San Jose Being Dumped Into Guadalupe RiverA San Jose man said Thursday he has pulled nearly two dozen electric scooters from the Guadalupe River in just two days. Maria Medina reports. (4-18-19)
Bay Area Lawmakers Field Questions on Impeachment Following Release of Mueller ReportFallout in Washington and beyond after attorney general William Barr released a redacted version of the Mueller report. Christin Ayers attended a town hall in Newark Thursday night, where there was a lot of talk of impeachment. (4-18-19)
Web Extra: Veteran Bay Area Broadcast Journalist Ed ArnowExcerpts of reports filed by Ed Arnow, whose 60-year career included stints with KPIX and other Bay Area stations.
'Picture Perfect' San Francisco Homes Make Their Owners Real MoneyThere are ways for you to make money with your home even when you're not there -- if your house is "picture perfect." Sharon Chin reports (4-18-19)
Silicon Valley Social Media Companies Called Out in Mueller ReportA number of major Silicon Valley tech companies were called out in the Mueller report, taking some heat for the role they played in spreading Russian disinformation. Devin Fehely reports. (4-18-19)
Hundreds Gather at Oakland Intersection Where Mom and Son DiedHundreds of mourners hit the streets calling for change after a fatal hit-and-run in an Oakland crosswalk. Andria Borba reports. (4-18-19)
Annual 1906 Earthquake Commemoration Held in San FranciscoThursday marked the 113th anniversary of the 1906 earthquake and fire that devastated San Francisco and ceremonies were held at Lotta's Fountain and in the Mission District by Dolores Park to commemorate the event. Jackie Ward reports. (4-18-19)
Wet Winter Charged South Bay Aquifers That Seep Onto Local RoadsEven as the rain has ceased, some South Bay drivers are dealing with flooded roads. As KPIX 5's Len Ramirez explains, the water isn't coming from above but from below. (4-18-19)
Jeff Adachi's Widow Condemns SFPD Leak of Death DetailsWeeks after the sudden death of San Francisco's public defender there are new questions being raised -- not about Jeff Adachi's death itself but about who leaked the details. Wilson Walker reports. (4-18-19)
70-Year-Old Milpitas Woman Accused of Murdering GrandsonA grandmother has been arrested on suspicion of murdering her 3-year-old grandson at the family's Milpitas home on Monday, authorities said. Kiet Do reports. (4-18-19)
Boogie-Boarder Missing, Feared Drowned In Waters Off Half Moon BayRescue crews were searching for an 18-year-old Hayward man who disappeared while in waters off Half Moon Bay Thursday afternoon. Joe Vazquez reports. (4/18/19)

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