Former San Francisco supervisor and mayoral candidate Angela Alioto received backlash--someone even egged her house--after she repeatedly used the "N-word" in a meeting with African-American city workers. Joe Vasquez reports. (5-5-2019)
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Tuesday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeAfter a hot start to the week, a cooling trend is taking hold this week. While conditions will be seasonal on Tuesday, expect below average temperatures through Friday. Mary Lee has the forecast. (6/25/19)
Person Shot In San Jose DrivewayWitnesses say one person was injured and at least two others were detained following a shooting in a driveway in a Santa Clara County neighborhood near San Jose City College. Jackie Ward reports. (6/25/19)
Neighbor Kept Wife Safe During Quadruple Homicide In San JoseInvestigators are trying to piece together the motive behind a quadruple homicide in San Jose that ended with the gunman taking his own life. Maria Medina reports. (6-24-2019)
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East Bay School District Bans Chemical Found In Roundup Weed KillerThe Mount Diablo Unified School District voted unanimously to ban the active ingredient found in the Roundup weed killer from school property Monday evening. Betty Yu reports. (6-24-2019)
Family, Friends Gather To Mourn Woman Killed In Hit-And-Run In SF Bayview DistrictFamily and friends gathered Monday night at a mobile home park in San Francisco's Bayview District to pay respects to the immediate family of a woman killed in a hit-and-run crash on Sunday. Joe Vazquez reports. (6-24-2019)
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More Than 50% Of Contra Costa Vegetation Fires Start Near Homeless Camps, Fire Official SaysA fire at a roofing supply company in Pittsburg Sunday afternoon sent a huge cloud of black smoke into the sky. And while the size of the fire may have been unusual, firefighters say its cause was not. John Ramos reports. (6-24-2019)
100s Of Passengers Evacuate Stalled BART Train On Foot Through Dark TunnelHundreds of BART passengers were stuck aboard a stalled train for an hour and then plunged into darkness as they were forced to evacuate on foot. Andria Borba talked to BART officials and passengers about the ordeal.
New San Francisco Fire Chief Adds Latest Chapter To City's LGBTQ 'Herstory'Jeanine Nicholson, a 25-year veteran of the San Francisco Fire Department, is the first openly LGBTQ head of the department and is only the second woman to hold the position of Chief. Anne Makovec reports. (6/24/19)
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Trump Signs Executive Order Imposing New Sanctions Against IranPresident Trump signed an executive order imposing new sanctions on Iran. Katherine Johnson reports on the escalation tensions.
Bay Area Commission Seeks To Limit Office Space In Cities Which Lack HousingThe Metropolitan Transportation Commission is exploring an idea to limit office space in some cities which have way more jobs than available housing. Simon Perez reports. (6/24/19)
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Pick-Up Problems Persist For SFO Passengers Using Uber and LyftSusie Steimle reports on continuing issues for passengers trying to use Uber and Lyft to get out of SFO (6-24-2019)
Sacramento Cop Killer Suspect Makes First Court AppearanceMarissa Perlman reports on man suspected in slaying of Sacramento police officer appearing in court (6-24-2019)
Lyft Driver, Passenger Killed In San Francisco Hit-And-Run IdentifiedElizabeth Cook reports on authorities still searching for suspect in double fatal SF hit-and-run collision (6-24-2019)
Suspect In Skyline Boulevard Fatal Stabbings Makes Brief Court AppearanceElizabeth Cook reports on suspect in fatal stabbings of two men on Skyline Boulevard appears in court (6-24-2019)
Neighbor Gave San Jose Shooting Suspect's Wife Refuge During Horrific MassacreKiet Do reports on neighbor describing chaos during terrifying quadruple murder-suicide in San Jose (6-24-2019)
2-Alarm Grass Fire In Livermore Shuts Down Lanes Of I-580 W Near Altamont PassA grass fire was burning along I-580 westbound in Livermore near the Altamont Pass. All lanes were shut down for a short time, causing major traffic delays. Katie Nielsen reports from the Live News Desk. (6-24-2019)
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Raw Video: Grass Fire Near Altamont Pass Closes Lanes Of I-580 W In LivermoreA 2-alarm grass fire was burning near Interstate 580 westbound just east of Greenville Road in Livermore and shut down lanes of the roadway, causing major traffic delays Monday evening. (6-24-2019)
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San Francisco Gas Prices Down 27 Cents / Gallon In Past MonthGas prices in San Francisco have fallen nearly five cents per gallon in the past week, continuing a downward trend over the last several weeks. (6/24/19)