Fruitvale BART Station Reopens as Police Search for Stabbing Suspect
Police in Oakland are searching for a male suspect in a stabbing on a BART train arriving at Fruitvale station Friday afternoon that shut down the station for nearly two hours. Da Lin reports. (3-22-19)

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PG&E Pushes To Raise Ratepayers' BillsPG&E says it is asking state regulators for another increase in rates and profits. The funds would cover wildfire safety and attract investment as the utility goes through bankruptcy. Betty Yu reports. (4-22-2019)
Ex-Warriors Coach Luke Walton Reportedly Sued For Sexual AssaultFormer Golden State Warriors assistant coach Luke Walton is reportedly being sued by a woman claiming he sexually assaulted her in his hotel room in 2016. Dennis O'Donnell reports. (4-22-2019)
Dozens Demand Sanctuary Policy Change At Santa Clara County Public Safety MeetingA tense exchange took place Monday evening between community members and some of San Jose's top city and county leaders. Many had demands surrounding Santa Clara County's immigration policy in wake of Bambi Larson's brutal murder. Maria Medina reports. (4-22-2019)
Median Home Price In San Jose Drops Ever So SlightlyThe median price for a home in San Jose is still over $1 million, but experts say there are changes on the horizon. For the first time in 7 years, home prices in San Jose dropped 0.2 percent from the year before. Christin Ayers reports. (4-22-2019)
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Newest America's Cup Sailboats Mean World's Fastest Boat Race Will Be Even FasterHalf a dozen countries now are using what looks like the old America’s Cup boats but, they are not. Don Ford tells us they are new, part of Generation 2, and they are much faster!
Massive Quantity Of Evidence Slowing Trial Process For Thanatos CEOLen Ramirez reports on the sheer volume of evidence in the trial Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes slowing the case (4-22-2019)
Richmond-San Rafael Bridge To Undergo Battery Of TestsThe Richmond-San Rafael Bridge is undergoing critical tests this week to see how much longer the 63-year-old bridge will last. Wilson Waler reports. (4/22/19)
Person Dies on Tracks, Shutting Down Rockridge BART StationElizabeth Cook reports on death on tracks at Rockridge BART closing station for two hours (4-22-2019)
Video: San Jose Hit And Run Captured On Home Security CameraAn Air Force veteran was injured after being hit by a car in front of a San Jose home Sunday by a driver who immediately took off, with the incident partially captured on a home security camera. Kiet Do reports. (4/22/19)
Palo Alto Park Open To City Residents OnlyFoothills Park in Palo Alto is off-limits to most people in the Bay Area. Andria Borba explains why everyone is not welcome while a privileged few, are.
New York, Los Angeles Inspire Change On 49th Earth DayMonday marked the 49th Earth Day, prompting people all around the globe to pitch in to help clean up the environment and make the world a better place. CBS News reporter Joy Benedict is in Los Angeles to give us a look into how devoted Americans are "going green." (4-22-2019)
Woman Involved In Palo Alto 'MAGA' Hat Encounter Goes MissingVeronica De La Cruz reports on search for woman who lost her job after confrontation with man wearing "MAGA" hat (4-22-2019)
Monday Evening Forecast With Paul DeannoA warm week awaits the Bay Area as some inland areas will hit 90 degrees. (4-22-2019)
Orinda Seeks Solution To Parking Crunch Caused By BART RidersThere's a big time parking crunch in Orinda, and it's not because people are suddenly packing into downtown businesses. BART riders are spilling into residential streets, where they remain parked for hours. Juliette Goodrich reports. (4-22-2019)
Bay Area Veterinarian's Non-Profit Provides Free Care For Animals In NeedDr. Crystal Heath and her team at Berkeley Society's Spay and Neuter Clinic take in animals from shelters and rescue groups all across the Bay Area. Sharon Chin reports.
Former Baseball Player Eric Byrnes Trying To Set Record In GolfA decade removed from his big league career, Eric Byrnes wants to become the ironman of golf by attempting to play over 400 holes in 24 hours. (4-22-2019)

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