Team Coverage: Thursday Morning Update On Wine Country Wildfires
The wildfires in wine country have killed 23 people and have scorched more than 120,000 acres. Jackie Ward reports from the Atlas Fire in Napa County, Anne Makovec reports from the Pocket Fire in Geyserville and Neda Iranpour reports on the increasing winds expected Thursday. (10/12/17)

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Thursday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeExpect the warmest conditions of the year so far, with highs well into the 70s by the bay and into the mid 80s inland. Temperatures will remain warm away from the coast on Friday, before cooling down by Easter weekend. Mary Lee has the forecast. (4/18/19)
San Francisco Marks 113 Years Since 1906 Earthquake And FireDignitaries gathered in front of Lotta's Fountain early Thursday morning to mark 113 years since San Francisco was forever changed by the great earthquake and fire of 1906. Jackie Ward reports. (4/18/19)
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San Francisco's Famed Beach Blanket Babylon To End After 45 Year Run"No, it's not about money. I just felt it was time to go out on top because the show deserves to go out on top," said Jo Schuman Silver, the show's producer. (4-17-2019)
UC Berkeley Employee Harassed By Colleague Sues UC Regents For Lack Of ProtectionA UC Berkeley employee is suing the UC Board of Regents, claiming that the university didn't do enough to protect her from being harassed by a man she works with. Christin Ayers reports. (4-17-2019)
Santa Clara Health Official Confirms Person Infected With Measles Visited GoogleSanta Clara County's public health director confirmed that a San Mateo resident infected with the measles visited Google in April. Maria Medina reports. (4-17-2019)
SFMTA Discovers Broken Shear Pins On New Muni StreetcarsMuni discovered that a shear pin that holds double trains together had broken on one of the new trains. Then, they noticed another one had broken, so they took most of the new trains out of service to run as single cars as a precaution. Joe Vasquez reports. (4-17-2019)
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Interviews: Beach Blanket Babylon Actress, Producer Speak About Show's EndJoe Vasquez interviews producer Jo Schuman Silver and actress Tammy Nelson. (4-17-2019)
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SFMTA Discovers Safety Problem With New Muni StreetcarsVeronica De La Cruz reports on SFMTA finding safety issue with mechanism that connects new streetcars together (4-17-2019)
Bay Area Tops California Regions Donating To Trump 2020 CampaignPresident Trump has picked up nearly $2 million in campaign contributions in California, with the biggest chunk coming from the Bay Area. Melissa Caen reports. (4/17/19)
Oakland Port Maritime Industry Concerned About Proposed Athletics StadiumAs the term sheet for the proposed Oakland A's stadium pulls ever closer, the Port of Oakland's maritime industry says Howard Terminal needs to be protected. Andria Borba reports. (4-17-2019)
Prius Drivers, Local Garages Report Spike In Catalytic Converter TheftsDevin Fehely reports on police and Bay Area mechanics dealing with a rise in thefts of catalytic converters from Toyota Priuses (4-17-2019)
Food Trucks In Contra Costa County To Get Surprise Inspections, Restaurant-Style PlacardsThe food truck of today is nothing short of a modern restaurant, and the Contra Costa County says those trucks will now be held to the same strict standards of regular restaurants. (4/17/18)

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