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City of Oakland Launches Ambitious $100 Million Street Paving EffortOakland mayor Libby Schaaf and other city officials launched an ambitious three-year, $100 million street repaving effort called "The Great Pave" on Thursday that focuses on local neighborhood streets and historically underserved neighborhoods. Christin Ayers reports. (8-22-19)
S.F. DA Holds Off on Charging Suspect in Alleged Truffle Store AttackThe San Francisco district attorney's office on Thursday announced it would not immediately press charges against the man recently accused of attacking the owner of a North Beach truffle shop. Joe Vazquez reports. (8-22-19)
San Jose Institutes Program at Public Businesses to Protect LGBT Patrons from Hate Crimesn San Jose, coffee shops and banks will now band together with the police department to help victims of hate crimes. Maria Medina reports. (8-22-19)
Fremont Doctor Offers High-Tech Sports Medicine TreatmentsSome high-tech tools are helping to mend injured athletes and speed recovery. Whether you're a pro or amateur, sports medicine experts say the goal is to get you quickly and safely back in the game. Juliette Goodrich reports. (8-22-19)
Crews Gain Ground in Shasta County FirefightFirefighters report making good progress Thursday evening against a blaze that's threatening more than 1,000 homes in Shasta County near Redding. (8-22-19)
Amazon Wildfires Spark Global Concern, OutrageThe Amazon rain forest is burning and thick smoke is blacking out the sun in parts of South America. KPIX 5's Wilson Walker reports on how a political shift in Brazil became a turning point for the planet. (8-22-19)
Protesters Blast Plan to Displace Mentally-Ill Residents from S.F. General FacilityThe SF Department of Public Health plans to displace severely mentally ill residents that are permanently housed at the Adult Residential Facility to make way for a homeless navigation center. Melissa Caen reports. (8-22-19)

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