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Halloween Party Shooting: Orinda Votes To Adopt Urgency Ordinance For Short-Term RentalsJust weeks after a Halloween shooting that left five people dead in Orinda, changes are coming to short-term rental rules in the small Contra Costa County city. Andria Borba reports. (11-19-2019)
PG&E To Begin Shutting Down Power In North Bay Wednesday MorningPG&E officials say they'll begin shutting off power to parts of the North Bay around 6 a.m. Wednesday. The strongest winds are expected in the 10 a.m. hour. Joe Vazquez reports. (11-19-2019)
Man Stabbed To Death On BART Train Was Trying To Stop TheftA man who was stabbed to death on a BART train Tuesday afternoon was a Good Samaritan who had tried to intervene in an attempted theft, a BART spokesperson confirmed. Maria Medina reports. (11-19-2019)
Groundbreaking Canine Cancer Vaccine Trial Underway At UC DavisOne of the world's top veterinary hospitals is testing out a new strategy to stop multiple types of cancer in dogs with a groundbreaking vaccine study. Juliette Goodrich reports. (11-19-2019)
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Suspects Arrested In Orinda Halloween Party Murders Set FreeThe suspects arrested in the murders of five people at a Halloween party in Orinda have been set free. Andria Borba was at the City Council meeting where residents were waiting for an explanation.
East Bay Residents Happy To Avoid Planned PG&E Power ShutoffWilson Walker reports on East Bay locals who are being spared in Wednesday's planned power shutdown (11-19-2019)
Marin Businesses Feeling Powerless After PG&E Cancels ShutoffsPlans to cut the electricity in several Bay Area counties were scaled back on Tuesday afternoon. Don Ford reports tells us all the uncertainty has left many small businesses feeling powerless.
Employee At Used Car Lot Talks About Physical Confrontation With BART Stabbing SuspectDevin Fehely reports on what suspect did after fatal stabbing on BART train stopped at South Hayward station (11-19-2019)
Bay Area Officials Welcome Chick-Fil-A After Chain Changes Donation FocusThere's a change of heart toward Chick-Fil-A as the chain makes a difference in San Mateo County. The company issued a press release saying it would focus future donations on education, homelessness and hunger. Kiet Do reports. (11-19-2019)
Impeachment: Officials Express Concern Over Trump's July 25 Call To ZelenskyHouse lawmakers heard new public testimony in the Impeachment Inquiry on Capitol Hill, on Tuesday. Nikole Killion reports some expressed 'concern' over the July phone call between President Trump and the president of Ukraine.
FOOD FOR BAY AREA FAMILIES: Wells FargoWells Fargo donates $20,000 to the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano (11-19-2019)
Tuesday Evening Weather Forecast With Darren PeckThe main weather headline continues to be high winds in the North Bay starting overnight Wednesday. After that, we should experience run-of-the-mill November weather. (11-19-2019)
Homeless Encampment Dogs Attack, Seriously Injure Sonoma County WomanA Sonoma County woman suffered serious injuries when she was attacked by a pair of dogs living in bushes in a homeless camp. She underwent emergency surgery and spent days in the hospital. John Ramos reports. (11-19-2019)
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Man Killed At South Hayward BART StationA man was stabbed to death during a fight on a train that was stopped at South Hayward BART station Tuesday (11-19-2019)
Raw Video: BART Train Stopped At South Hayward Station After Fatality OnboardBART's South Hayward station has been closed Tuesday afternoon due to an investigation into a fatality on one of the transit system's trains. (11/19/19)
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Bay Area Residents Prepare For Next PG&E Safety Power ShutoffTeam coverage of planned PG&E safety power shutoff set to start Wednesday morning (11-19-2019)
Dreamforce Conference Kicks Off At San Francisco's Moscone CenterKenny Choi reports on the start of annual Dreamforce conference Monday morning (11-19-2019)
Prosecutors: Man Accused In Cold Case Murder Of Marin County Woman A Suspected Serial KillerProsecutors are branding a 73-year-old Arizona man a serial killer in a bid to convince a Nevada judge to deny bail pending trial in the killing of a Marin County woman more than 40 years ago. Katie Johnston reports.