Attorney For Camp Fire Victims Says PG&E May Soon Face Criminal Charges
An attorney representing around 2000 Camp Fire victims wasn't surprised to hear about Cal Fire's investigation into PG&E. He believes criminal charges may be filed against the utility. Andrea Nakano reports. (5-15-2019)

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Police Make Arrests in San Francisco Dismembered Body Homicide CasePolice in San Francisco on Thursday confirmed they have made arrests in a homicide case that was opened after a dismembered body was found at a home during a welfare check earlier this week. Andrea Nakano reports. (5-23-19)
San Jose State Engineering Students Build Self-Driving Vehicle on Shoestring BudgetA group of San Jose State University students just made history on their campus: building the college's first autonomous vehicle. Maria Medina reports. (5-23-19)
Vallejo Residents Sound Off on Search for New Police ChiefThe city of Vallejo needs to hire a new chief of police and residents Thursday weighed in on the qualifications and characteristics they want in their top cop. Juliette Goodrich reports. (5-23-19)
Uber Launches Submarine Tours of Great Barrier ReefFrom May 27 through June 18, exploring the world's largest coral reef system will be easier than ever thanks to mini-submarine tours by Uber. Anne Makovec reports. (5-23-19)
Planned South Bay Islamic Center Up for Planning Commission VoteA Santa Clara County Islamic group's long fight to build a mosque and cemetery in San Martin might be finally coming to an end. Len Ramirez reports. (5-23-19)
Coastside Homeowners Fear Losing Property to Policies to Address Sea Level RiseCities up and down the California coast are grappling with a looming crisis:  How to deal with rising sea levels. Susie Steimle reports. (5-23-19)
Car Burglars Hack Key Fobs in Gilroy NeighborhoodMore than a half dozen cars were broken into overnight in a Gilroy subdivision but it's how the thieves got inside the vehicles that's stumped homeowners and has security analysts sounding the alarm. Devin Fehely reports. (5-23-19)
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BART Board Looks at Several Plans to Thwart Gate-JumpersBART is evaluating a plan to to guard its gates from fare evaders. Melissa Caen reports. (5-23-19)
Dublin Officials Decline to Fly Rainbow Pride Flag at City HallDublin city leaders voted down a plan to raise the rainbow flag at city hall during Pride month. John Ramos reports. (5-23-19)
Elephant Seals Take Over Beach at Point ReyesDrakes Beach at Point Reyes is temporally closed thanks to a group of elephant seals that has taken up residency following recent storms. Don Ford reports. (5-23-19)
2nd East Bay Dick's Sporting Goods Store RobbedA brazen heist in Pleasant Hill was strikingly similar to another in Fairfield where a trio of women barreled right past a store ecurity guard and sped off. Kiet Do reports. (5-23-19)
Thursday Evening Pinpoint ForecastThe strangely cool May temps (with showers!) will linger a few days more, says meteorologist Paul Deanno. (5-23-19)

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