A piece of old San Jose may get a second life. Len Ramirez tell us a developer plans to turn the old San Jose Hospital into the city's newest urban village.
San Francisco Moves Closer To Banning All E-Cigarette Sales CitywideSan Francisco is on track to become the first city in the U.S. to ban e-cigarette sales. Small businesses told Betty Yu that it would be a disaster for them. (6-18-2019)
PG&E Agrees To Pay $1 Billion To Governments For Wildfire DamagePG&E has agreed to pay $1 billion to local governments for their losses from wildfires dating back to 2015. Those payments will be included in the utility's Chapter 11 bankruptcy plan once it's finalized. Joe Vazquez reports. (6-18-2019)
Tensions Escalate At Fremont City Council Meeting Over Potential Navigation CenterIn Fremont, city leaders want to build a special shelter for the homeless, but many neighbors are making it clear they don't want one in their backyard. Maria Medina reports. (6-18-2019)
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33-Year-Old Man Identified As Victim In Milpitas I-680 ShootingA Milpitas man shot and killed on Interstate Highway 680 Monday night has been identified as 33-year-old Matthew Rios, according to the Santa Clara County medical examiner's office. Andria Borba reports. (6-18-2019)
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'Home Hardening' Seen As Next Level Protection In Age Of Constant WildfiresWith more devastating wildfires in the last several years in California, homeowners are doing much more to increase their chances of saving their homes from burning down. Sharon Chin reports. (6-18-2019)
Google Pledges $1 Billion To Address Bay Area Housing CrunchKiet Do reports on some critics saying Google helped create the housing problem it has pledged $1 billion to helping solve (6-18-2019)
East Bay Firefighters Demonstrate Dangers Of Illegal FireworksContra Costa County firefighters were gearing up for what could be a dangerous Fourth of July. They showed Don Ford how little it takes to create a big problem.
Prosecutors Question Ghost Ship Warehouse Fire Defendant Max HarrisGhost Ship fire defendant Max Harris admitted he lied to police about people living inside the Oakland warehouse. On Tuesday, Juliette Goodrich was in the courtroom when prosecutors got the chance to question his story.
Sonoma Raceway Brings Back The CarouselAfter 20 year absence, NASCAR drivers will navigate Sonoma's "Carousel" on Sunday at the Toyota Save Mart 350. (6-18-2019)
Suspicious Package Triggers Evacuation At Sunnyvale BuildingElizabeth Cook reports on evacuations at a Sunnyvale office due to a suspicious package (6-18-2019)
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Muni Transit Supervisor Placed On Administrative Leave After InvestigationA KPIX 5 investigation in April revealed serious public safety concerns as unqualified light rail operators were being allowed to work for Muni after failing training. A transit supervisor has just been placed on administrative leave. Susie Steimle reports. (6-18-2019)
Remnants, Relics Of Destruction From Camp Fire Showcased In Art ExhibitSome Camp Fire survivors are coming to terms with the loss and devastation by using art. Destruction left behind from the deadly fire is now being showcased in an exhibit. CBS Sacramento's Dina Kupfer reports. (6-18-2019)
Don't Miss Mezzo Soprano J'Nai Bridges In SF Opera's 'Carmen'Since Georges Bizet's opera 'Carmen' debuted more than a century ago, so many African American divas have taken on the title role of the sexy seductress. Her latest incarnation is mezzo soprano, J'Nai Bridges. BR's Michelle Griego went to SF Opera to meet her.
Tuesday Evening Forecast with Paul Deanno6/18/19
San Francisco Firefighters Knock Down Fire At Mission Bay Food Truck ComplexVeronica De La Cruz Ken Bastida reports on San Francisco firefighters knocking down a fire at a food truck complex in Mission Bay (6-18-2019)
Police Outnumber Trump Supporters At San Jose RallyLen Ramirez reports on small pro-Trump rally held in San Jose with significant police presence (6-18-2019)
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We Re-Member Provides Education About Middle Passage & Impact Of Slavery'We Re-Member' co-founders Cairo Person and Natasha Ventsko talk to Black Renaissance producer Jan Mabry about their work tackling bias and discrimination by providing education about the Middle Passage and the impact of enslavement.
UCSF Dermatologist Creates Clinic Specializing In Patients With Dark SkinWhen it comes to dermatology, melanin makes a huge difference. BR's Betty Yu shows us a new clinic at UCSF that specializes in treating patients with dark skin.
John Waters Returns For The 10th Annual Burger Boogaloo At Oakland's Mosswood ParkFestival organizer Mark Ribak talks to Bay Area Focus host Michelle Griego about this year's lineup at the 10th Annual Burger Boogaloo At Oakland's Mosswood Park, happening July 6-7. For tickets and information go to burgerboogaloo.com
Robert Moses Kin Presents 'The Exceptionally Elderly Overweight Black Man Phoenix'Famed choreographer Robert Moses, artistic director of Robert Moses Kin, talks to Bay Area Focus host Michelle Griego about his latest work, "The Exceptionally Elderly Overweight Black Man Phoenix," performing at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, June 14-16. For tickets go to ybca.org.
San Francisco Firefighters Knock Down Fire At Mission Bay Food Truck ComplexKen Bastida reports on San Francisco firefighters knocking down a fire at a food truck complex in Mission Bay (6-18-2019)
Shades of Pink: Rosé Wine Tasting With Sterling Vineyards' Lauren KopitOn the heels of the Napa Rosé Fest, Lauren Kopit from Sterling Vineyards brings a sampling of different shades of rosé wine for Bay Area Focus host Michelle Griego to taste.
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