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Pilot Program Allows People Living In Cars, RVs To Park In Lot Near SF's Balboa BART StationSan Francisco is offering a temporary solution to the growing number of people who live in their cars. Joe Vazquez tells us about a pilot plan to let people park overnight near the Balboa BART station.
Facebook Plans To Launch Digital Currency 'Libra' Roils FedsFacebook is courting controversy on Capitol Hill with its plans to launch a digital currency. As Allen Martin tells us, some in Washington are even calling 'Libra' a potential threat to national security.
Quake And Aftershock Rattle East Bay Region Near BlackhawkTeam coverage of locals reacting to Tuesday afternoon earthquake and USGS analysis of the temblor (7-16-2019)
House Passes Resolution Condemning President Trump's Recent CommentsNatalie Brand reports on the House of Representatives passing a resolution condemning President's racist tweets (7-16-2019)
USS Hornet In Alameda, NASA Ames In Mountain View Reflect On Apollo 11 50th AnniversaryRecovery specialists from the USS Hornet played a key role in the first moon landing, securing the Apollo 11 capsule after splashdown. Kiet Do spoke with some of the other mission specialists fro the Bay Area about their contribution to the historic moon mission. (7/16/19)
Tuesday Evening Forecast with Darren Peck(7/16/19)
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PIX SportsVern Glenn at the Oakland Coliseum. 7-16-19. Early.
Raw Video: Pacheco Brush Fire Spreads To Storage FacilityTwo brush fires were burning at the junction of state Highway 4 and Interstate 680 in Contra Costa County Tuesday afternoon. One spread to a storage facility.
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SAN RAMON QUAKE: A 4.3 quake rattles Greenville Fault near San RamonA 4.3 quake rattles Greenville Fault near San Ramon
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5 Ways To Stop Your Kids' Summer 'Brain Drain'Worried about what your kids may have forgotten over the summer? Here are five ways to help curb your children's "brain drain." Reporter Emily Turner interviews education nonprofit consultant Tamara Hamai.
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Bay Area To See More 'Killer' Heat Waves If Global Temps Keep Rising, Report WarnsA new report from the Union of Concerned Scientists warns that if no action is taken on climate change, the Bay Area would see many more potentially deadly heat waves and many cities would see more days of 105+ degree temperatures. (7/16/19)
Tuesday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeAfter morning clouds and fog, expect sunny skies over much of the Bay Area and high temperatures near seasonal averages. Mary Lee has the forecast. (7/16/19)
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