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John Travolta Plays The Other Side Of The Limelight In New Thriller 'The Fanatic'John Travolta is taking on a whole new kind of character in his new thriller "The Fanatic." Betty Yu sat down with the star in San Francisco to talk about the film. (8-25-2019)
Orinda Community, Businesses Take Stand Against HateAfter claims of recent hate attacks, a group in Orinda began asking shop owners to put up signs of inclusion in their stores. Joe Vazquez reports. (8-25-2019)
PianFrancisco Places Pianos Under Golden Gate BridgeAs part of what it calls a "musical adventure," the organization PianFrancisco hid unexpected pianos under the Golden Gate Bridge so music could cut through Sunday's thick fog. (8-25-2019)
Only Top 3 Democratic Pres. Candidates Have Double Digit Polling AveragesJust three Democratic presidential candidates are polling in the double digits, but their competitors are still hoping to pick up steam in the weeks ahead. Melissa Caen reports. (8-25-2019)
Sunday Evening Weather Forecast With Darren PeckThe coming week looks like it'll remain warm throughout the Bay Area. (8-25-2019)
Big Tech Firms Tout Inclusion, Diversity At Silicon Valley PrideSan Jose held its annual Pride Parade Sunday morning and what began as a people-oriented gathering has become a company event. John Ramos reports. (8-25-2019)
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Talking Politics: Democratic Crossroads / HomelessnessKPIX 5's Phil Matier and Melissa Caen ask former S.F. mayor and state assembly speaker Willie Brown about the state of the Democratic Party and the growing homelessness crisis. (8-25-19)
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Sunday Morning Pinpoint ForecastSunday by the bay: cloudy in the morning becoming partly sunny. Highs in the 60s to 70s. West winds 5 to 10 mph, increasing to 10 to 20 mph in the afternoon. (8-25-19)
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Gunman Shoots Car Traveling WB On Highway 4 In AntiochA near miss by a gunman on Highway 4 in Antioch is leaving one driver thankful he survived. Andria Borba tells us more about this frightening case of road rage.
Officer, Suspect Hurt When Unmarked Police Car Crashes Into Bus StopAn unmarked police car slammed into a bus stop shelter injuring an officer and a suspect, and shutting down a busy intersection in San Francisco. Betty Yu tells us how it all unfolded.
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Police Seek Men Seen on Surveillance Video to Help Find Lost Wedding RingSan Ramon police are asking for your help in finding a woman's precious family heirloom but they do have one big clue: surveillance video of two men who might know where it is. Katie Nielsen reports. (8-24-19)
Candidates Assure Democrats in S.F. They Can Beat Trump in 2020Defeating Pres. Trump in 2020 has been the central topic at the Democratic National Convention's summer meeting in San Francisco. Melissa Caen reports. (8-24-19)
Dozens Rally in Alameda to Protest Eviction of Holocaust SurvivorDozens of people took to the streets in Alameda Saturday demanding that one resident -- a holocaust survivor -- not be evicted from his home. Da Lin reports. (8-24-19)
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Pet of the WeekMike Murray from Pet Food Express and Pam Savin from Rocket Dog Rescue brought two dogs who need a new home to the KPIX studio on Saturday. KPIX is a sponsor of this year's Bay Area Pet Fair at the Alameda County Fairground. (8-24-19)
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San Francisco Could See 27,000 E-Scooters On Streets If All Applicants Are LicensedEleven e-scooter companies have applied for permits to operate in the city of San Francisco and each operator could add up to 2,500 scooters to the streets. Betty Yu reports. (8-23-19)
Prowling Mountain Lion Family Prompts Park Closure Near CupertinoA popular park in the South Bay is closed for the weekend because of a family of mountain lions that doesn't appear to be afraid of people. Maria Medina reports. (8-23-19)
Racist Graffiti Again Found at Diablo Valley College CampusCampus police are investigating yet another case of racist vandalism at Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill. Christin Ayers reports. (8-23-19)
President Trump Says He'll Boost China Tariffs as He Heads to G7Escalating his trade war with China, President Trump bumped up his tariffs on Chinese imports Friday. (8-23-19)

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