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Berkeley Moves Toward Unarmed, Civilian Traffic EnforcementBerkeley could become the first city in the nation where unarmed transportation employees, not police officers, will be making routine traffic stops. Da Lin reports. (7-10-20)
Thousands of California Prison Inmates Set to Be Released Because of COVID-19 OutbreaksCalifornia officials will soon release another 2,100 inmates from state prisons in response to the coronavirus pandemic and now plans to release a total of more than 10,000. Andrea Nakano reports. (7-10-20)
Bay Area College Student, Foster Child Overcomes Challenge Of COVID-19 Shutdown Of CampusOdalis Millan's sophomore year at Sonoma State University began as the trip of a lifetime, as she left home to study abroad in Spain. Then COVID-19 hit and the country went into quarantine. The study abroad program shut down and Millan, along with her classmates, frantically made plans to get back to the United States.
California Officials React To President Trump's Continued Call For Schools To ReopenAnne Makovec reports on President Trump continuing threats to cut off funding to schools that don't reopen for in-person learning (7-10-2020)
Temperatures Warm Up Inland For A Hot WeekendMary Lee reports on anticipated warm-up for inland parts of the Bay Area leading to a hot Sunday (7-10-2020)
Friday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeExpect continued mostly clear skies in the Bay Area heading into the weekend. Highs along the coast will be in the 60s, while inland highs could approach 100 by Sunday. Mary Lee has the forecast. (7/10/20)
Big Rig Crash Leads To Overnight Fire On Altamont PassA big-rig crash on Interstate 580 near the Altamont Pass early Friday morning led to a fire that scorched more than 200 acres and a shutdown of the highway. Katie Nielsen reports. (7/10/20)
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ALTAMOUNT WILDFIRE: Big Rig crash triggers wildfire on 508 in Altamount PassBig Rig crash triggers wildfire on 508 in Altamount Pass
PIX NowHere's the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (7-9-20)
San Jose's Presentation High Releases Sex Abuse Report – With an ApologyOfficials at a Catholic high school in San Jose on Thursday released a report investigating past sex abuse claims at the school, apologizing to past victims as they shared the results of the investigation "with heavy hearts." Maria Medina reports. (7-9-20)
California Will Sue Trump Administration Over International Student Visa PolicyThe state of California filed suit against the Trump administration Thursday over a policy that would bar international students from staying in the United States unless they were scheduled to take in-person classes. Joe Vazquez reports. (7-9-20)
Castro Valley Girl Launches Facebook Fundraiser to Save Oakland ZooA 6-year-old Castro Valley girl is trying to save the Oakland Zoo, one bracelet at a time. Andrea Nakano reports. (7-9-20)
Knightsen Standoff Ends With 2 Contra Costa Deputies Shot, Suspect DeadTwo Contra Costa County Sheriff's deputies were shot and a suspect has been killed in Knightsen near Brentwood. Andrea Nakano reports. (7-9-20)
PIX NowHere's the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (7-9-20)
Human Remains Found in South Bay Creek BedHuman remains were found Thursday afternoon in Coyote near San Jose. The bones were located near what appears to be a tent or homeless encampment. (7-9-20)
Artist Plans Round-the-Clock Protection of Palo Alto BLM Street MuralAn artist who helped paint a Black Lives Matter street mural outside Palo Alto city hall is trying to protect the art by blocking the street. Maria Medina reports. (7-9-20)
Berkeley Restaurateur Battles Insurance Companies Withholding Pandemic PayoutsMany insurance carriers are denying claims from businesses hard hit by the pandemic. In Berkeley, famed restaurateur Alice Waters is turning up the heat and fighting back. Da Lin reports (7-9-20)
Advocates Urge Governor to Protect San Quentin InmatesAt San Quentin State Prison more than 1,300 inmates have tested positive for the coronavirus and 7 have died. Wilson Walker reports. (7-9-20)
Coronavirus Closure Threatens Future of Oakland ZooToday, hundreds of lives are in limbo in Oakland. They're the 700 animals which live at the zoo along with the humans who care for them. Don Ford reports. (7-9-20)
San Jose Park Maintenance Crew Sent Home Due to CoronavirusThe entire maintenance crew at a large San Jose park had to be sent home because of a possible exposure to coronavirus. Sources tell KPIX that a worker at Lake Cunningham park tested positive for the virus and was in close contact with co-workers. Len Ramirez reports. (7-9-20)
California Teachers Express Fear Over Return to ClassroomsSchool districts have been reaching out to parents for input about the best ways to send kids back to class this fall. Now teachers have issued a blunt warning to state officials: they're not ready. Heather Janssen reports. (7-9-20)
Son and Spouse of Slain Danville Doctor Speak Out About Sierra Ambush ShootingThe son and wife of a Danville doctor who was killed last week in a Sierra County ambush shooting recently spoke about the tragedy for the first time in an exclusive interview with CBS. Len Kiese reports. (7-9-20)
Thursday Evening Pinpoint ForecastYour Bay Area microclimate forecast from meteorologist Paul Heggen. (7-9-20)

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