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Friends Remember Sunnyvale Flight Instructor Who Died in Chopper CrashFriends say Wayne Prodger lived life to the fullest and had a passion for riding motorcycles and flying helicopters. Prodger died Monday in a crash at the Hayward Executive Airport. Maria Medina reports. (7-19-19)
Weekend Pinpoint Forecast with Brian HackneyFriday night by the bay: Lows in the mid 50s. Southwest winds: 10 to 20 mph. Saturday will be mostly cloudy in the morning becoming partly cloudy. Highs will be in the 50s to upper 60s. (7-19-19)
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Injury Accident Snarls Traffic On Northbound I-680 At Sunol GradeAllen Martin reports on injury accident on northbound I-680 in Alameda County (7-19-2019)
'Diverging Diamond' Freeway Interchanges Coming to California in Effort to Ease TrafficSomething new is coming to California highways and it is already under construction in Manteca. Drivers will soon be driving through the state’s first diverging diamond interchange. Wilson Walker reports. (7-19-19)
S.F. Skateboarder Faces Long Recovery After Crash Near Dolores ParkA well-known San Francisco skateboarder remains in the hospital Friday night after a daredevil stunt near Dolores Park last week went horribly wrong. Andria Borba reports. (7-19-19)
Friends Mourn Victim of Deadly San Jose Bicycle CrashA bicyclist killed in a car crash on Monday in San Jose has been identified as 50-year-old Johnny Chu of San Jose. Devin Fehely reports. (7-19-19)
Judge: Oakland Must Amend ‘Loosey Goosey’ Arguments in Raiders Antitrust SuitDuring a Friday court hearing on Oakland’s antitrust lawsuit against the Raiders and the NFL, a judge gave city attorneys 45 days to amend what he called their imprecise and “loosey goosey” arguments. Melissa Caen reports. (7-19-19)
Danville Approves New Townhome Development Near I-680After years of planning, Danville has just approved a new townhome development and neighbors, predictably, have reservations about the impact on traffic and quality of life. Susie Steimle reports. (7-19-19)

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Livermore High Community Mourns Teen Shot Dead at Taco BellThe Livermore High School community is mourning the loss of Emanuel Moseby who was gunned down outside a Taco Bell on July 8. Da Lin reports. (7-19-19)
Pothole on I-880 Brings Pain to Evening CommuteA pothole measuring 4 feet by 3 feet has forced the shutdown of three southbound lanes on the busy I-880 in Oakland. Andrea Nakano reports. (7-19-19)
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Richmond Reverend Does Outreach Work For Western Contra Costa SchoolsAllen Martin reports on Jefferson Award winner Rev. Andre Shumake and his work with the West Contra Costa County School District (7-17-2019)
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Suspect Photos Released In Livermore Shooting That Left Teen DeadEmily Turner reports on Livermore shooting victim being remembered as police search for armed and dangerous suspect (7-19-2019)
Judge Orders Oakland To Amend Antitrust Suit Against Raiders And NFLAnne Makovec reports on a judge harshly criticizing the City of Oakland's antitrust lawsuit filed over the Raiders planned move to Las Vegas (7-19-2019)
Search On For Amazon Packages Stolen From Delivery Van In El SobranteAuthorities are looking for dozen of packages and for a man suspected of carjacking an Amazon delivery van in the El Sobrante area last week. (7/19/19)
Overnight Standoff With Milpitas Knife Attack Suspect Ends In ArrestAn hours-long standoff between Milpitas Police and a man suspected of attacking a woman with knife ended in the man's arrest early Friday morning. Anne Makovec reports. (7/19/19)
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Brazen Beauty Store Bandits Target Ulta Salons Across Bay AreaMorgan Hill police said Thursday they're searching for a group of brazen beauty store shoplifters who they say have hit Ulta Beauty stores all over the Bay Area. Maria Medina reports. (7-18-19)
San Francisco Mansion at Center of Eviction BattlePresidio Heights is one of the richest neighborhoods in San Francisco so it's unusual for someone to be evicted from a home there. Yet that is exactly what is happening at one mansion at 3400 Washington. Joe Vazquez reports. (7-18-19)
War of Words Between President and Minnesota Congresswoman Heats UpThe war of words is heating up between President Trump and one of the 4 congresswomen he targeted with his incendiary tweet: Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota. Andria Borba reports. (7-18-19)
From the KPIX Archive: 1969 News Events in the Bay AreaKPIX took a look into its news vault and found some real gems from an epochal year: 1969. Major stories involved campus unrest, teacher strikes, minority student demands and a sexual revolution in society. Allen Martin reports. (7-18-19)

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