One person suffered a broken leg and two others sustained moderate injuries Friday night during a panicked exit from a performance of Hamilton at the Orpheum Theatre after a woman’s medical emergency triggered fears of a shot being fired. (2-16-19)

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Trump Administration Threatens To Freeze CA's Federal Highway FundsThe Trump Administration is threatening to freeze California's federal highway funds in the latest clash over air quality and climate change. (9-23-2019)
BART Considers 3 New Gate Designs To Combat Fare EvadersBART is considering three new designs for station gates to combat fare evasion, a problem that the agency says costs $25 million dollar per year. Betty Yu reports. (9-23-2019)
Elderly And Low-Income Tenants Forced To Pay Landlord's MortgageElderly tenants living on a fixed income in San Francisco are paying the mortgage of the city’s largest landlord, and they say it’s getting to be too expensive. Susie Steimle reports. (9-23-2019)
Santa Cruz Leaders Seek Fix For Thousands Of Needles, Syringes Littering CityOn Tuesday, Santa Cruz city council members will discuss whether to install four additional syringe disposal kiosks in the county in response to finding thousands of needles left in public places. Maria Medina reports. (9-23-2019)
North Bay Residents Prepare For Potential PG&E Power ShutoffsThe power stayed on Monday night in Napa, Sonoma and Lake Counties, but if fire conditions worsen, PG&E could shut down electricity to thousands of customers. Joe Vazquez reports. (9-23-2019)
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'Stairway To Heaven' Copyright Case Back In CourtKen Bastida reports on copyright suit against Led Zeppelin over "Stairway To Heaven" returning to San Francisco courtroom (9-23-2019)
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Monday Evening Weather Forecast With Paul DeannoHigher temperatures and windy conditions will make for increased fire danger across the Bay Area for the next couple of days. Paul Deanno has the forecast (9-23-2019)
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Caltrans Plans Emergency Repairs On Hwy. 1 Along San Mateo CoastCaltrans is planning emergency road repairs for a busy section of Highway 1 along the San Mateo County coast. The repairs will take two months to complete and will cost $4 million. Don Ford reports. (9-23-2019)
Socialite Tiffany Li's Murder Trial Begins; Heated Custody Battle Or Botched Kidnapping?The murder trial of Chinese real estate heiress Tiffany Li got underway Monday with two very different versions of the 2016 murder of her boyfriend being presented to the jury. Len Ramirez reports. (9/23/19)
Virus Cripples Union City Government ComputersUnion City is grappling with a computer virus that has shut down most of the city's servers. Devin Fehely tells us they have called in federal cybersecurity experts to help figure out what happened.
Hercules Neighborhood Installs License Plate Surveillance Cameras To Deter CrimeA neighborhood in the East Bay city of Hercules has installed new surveillance equipment to deter crime. And even though they don't have a lot of crime, residents are determined to keep it that way. John Ramos reports. (9/23/19)
Santa Clara Co. Warns Parents In All School Districts Of Deadly Fake Opioid PillsThe Santa Clara County Health Department has sent a health advisory regarding opioid overdoses from fake pills--which look nearly identical to percocet or oxycodone--to all school districts in the county. Kiet Do reports. (9-23-2019)
Judge Denies Request To Stop Construction Of Homeless Navigation Center In EmbarcaderoA San Francisco judge dealt a major blow to opponents of a homeless navigation center in the Embarcadero. Andria Borba tells us construction of the project can continue.
Marin County Neighborhoods Present Challenges For Escaping WildfireEmily Turner reports on Marin County Fire officials warning residents to plan escape in event of major fire (9-23-2019)
1st In Family To Reach College, Oakland Scholar Nears Graduation After Early StrugglesWhen she started at University of California, San Diego, Marlen Canales experienced more than her fair share of first-year college jitters. Christin Ayers reports.
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Jon Gruden Press ConferenceRaiders head coach Jon Gruden met with the media Monday at the team's practice facility in Alameda. "Everybody that goes to Minnesota this year is going to have their hands full, I can promise you that," Gruden said following Oakland's 34-14 loss to the Vikings on Sunday. (9-23-19)
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More Democrats Call For Impeachment In Wake Of President Trump's Call With Ukranian LeaderNikole Killion reports on increasing uproar over President Trump asking Ukranian president to investigate Joe Biden (9-23-2019(
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Contingency Plans In Place Around North Bay In Case PG&E Shuts Off Power For Fire SafetyTeam coverage of North Bay officials making plans in case PG&E has to shut down power in certain areas (9-23-219)
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