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Thursday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeExpect low clouds and fog Thursday morning. Afternoon temperatures will be cool for this time of year, with inland highs reaching the low 80s. This weekend, temperatures will begin to warm up. Mary Lee has the forecast. (6/20/19)
Man Barricades Himself In San Anselmo HomeMarin County authorities are attempting to negotiate with a man who barricaded himself in a home in San Anselmo early Thursday morning. Police believ he is armed. Anne Makovec reports. (6/20/19)
Rookie Sacramento Police Officer Killed While Responding To Domestic Violence CallOfficer Tara O'Sullivan, a rookie with the Sacramento Police Department, was shot and killed while responding to a domestic violence call early Thursday morning. O'Sullivan grew up in Pleasant Hill. Dan Mitchinson reports. (6/20/19)
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Driving While High: Offenders Don't Think They'll Be ArrestedA new survey released by AAA shows an alarming trend: more people are admitting they are driving high and many don’t think they will get caught. Andrea Nakano reports. (6-19-2019)
Investigators: Recent South Bay Freeway Shootings Appear UnrelatedArthur DeLeon happened to be at a San Jose 7-11 store as a mom and her young daughter pulled into the parking lot moments after someone shot at them, hitting their car Tuesday night. Maria Medina reports. (6-19-2019)
Investigators Seeking Connection Between 2 Skyline Blvd. StabbingsIt's somewhat of a murder mystery--authorities were investigating one homicide on Skyline Blvd. when they stumbled upon a second victim. Investigators are looking for a connection between the cases. Joe Vazquez reports. (6-19-2019)
Catch of the Day - Cooper PinkstonA 4-year-old angler caught a trout in Gardnerville, NV. (6-19-2019)
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Activists Look Back At Anniversary Of Historic San Francisco ACT UP ProtestsFor San Francisco's LBGTQ community and their family, friends, and colleagues, Pride is a time to be proud about the hard-fought, grief-filled and tenacious march to equality. Juliette Goodrich reports. (6-19-2019)
Investigators Puzzled By 3 South Bay Freeway Shootings In 2 DaysA Milpitas man was shot dead Monday on I-680. On Tuesday, a bullet struck a car on Highway 17 in Los Gatos and another shooting left a young girl injured by broken glass on I-680. Investigators are at a loss. Devin Fehely reports. (6-19-2019)
Fort Scott Remains Lone Presidio Site Yet To Be RedevelopedCall it the Presidio’s last frontier, the one big piece of the former military base that has not been assigned a long-term future. And after a lot of discussion, it might just stay that way for the foreseeable future. Wilson Walker reports. (6/19/19)
Facebook Announces Plans To Launch Crypto Currency Next YearAndria Borba reports on new digital currency Libra that Facebook plans to launch in 2020 (6-19-2019)
'Culture Change' May Come For Mill Valley Residents As City Develops Fire Prevention PlanThe city of Mill Valley is considering an aggressive plan to protect homes in a wildfire that would ban a lot of residential landscaping. Push back from the community is causing the city council to look for ways to soften the blow. John Ramos reports. (6-19-2019)
Rainbow Flags Used For Crossing Street In San Jose Neighborhood DisappearDon Ford reports on Pride flags intended for using crossing San Jose streets being replaced by Christian flags (6-19-2019)
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Solar Invention Spurs Idea To Bring Light To Impoverished Communities Across GlobeAbout 1 billion people in the world have no access to electricity, according to the International Energy Agency. A South Bay man is helping change that with an invention he helped sketch on a coffee shop napkin. (6/19/19)
Authorities Investigate Possible Connection Between Two Skyline Boulevard StabbingsKiet Do reports on friends and family mourning deaths of two stabbing victims on Skyline Boulevard (6-19-2019)
Killer Whale Pod Appears In Monterey BayA pod of killer whales known to the Puget Sound area of the Pacific Northwest have been seen in Monterey Bay for the first time. Len Ramirez reports. (6/19/19)

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