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East Palo Alto Residents On Edge Over Pending Release of Convicted Sex PredatorMax Darrow reports on growing concerns over release of a convicted sex predator in an East Palo Alto neighborhood (10-26-2021)
Hung Jury In Trial of Danville Deputy Andrew Hall Over Laudemer Arboleda Killing; Guilty On Gun AssaultA mistrial was declared following a hung jury in the manslaughter trial of Andrew Hall, the Danville police officer and Contra Costa County sheriff's deputy accused in the 2018 shooting death of Laudemer Arboleda, with the jury finding Hall guilty of assault with a firearm. Andrea Nakano reports.
Raw Video: Attorney for Laudemer Arboleda Family Remarks After Andrew Hall VerdictA mistrial was declared in the manslaughter trial of Andrew Hall, a Danville police officer and Contra Costa County sheriff's deputy accused in the 2018 shooting death three years ago of Laudemer Arboleda.
Jurors Reach Partial Verdict In Andrew Hall Manslaughter TrialAllen Martin reports on jurors reaching a partial verdict in the manslaughter trial of Andrew Hall (10-26-2021)
Pleasant Hill In-N-Out Burger Shut Down for Repeatedly Defying COVID Health OrderAndria Borba reports on Contra Costa health officials shutting down Pleasant Hill In-N-Out Burger over COVID health order defiance (10-26-2021)
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San Francisco Chinatown Businesses Targeted By ADA Lawsuits Getting Legal HelpMore help is coming to San Francisco Chinatown business owners who facing mounting legal fees. Over several months, lawsuits have been filed claiming they’re not in compliance with the Americans with Disability Act. Justin Andrews reports.
Alameda County Board of Supervisors To Take Key Vote On Oakland A's Waterfront BallparkThe East Bay future of Major League Baseball's Oakland A's hangs in the balance Tuesday as the Alameda County Board of Supervisors were preparing to take a key vote on the proposed waterfront ballpark at the Howard Terminal. Jocelyn Moran reports.
Ken Bastida Reports from the Great OutdoorsClips of retiring KPIX anchor Ken Bastida reporting on the great outdoors in Northern California including stops in Yosemite and white water rafting (10-25-2021)
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Oakland A's Ballpark: Alameda County Supervisors prepare for key vote on site for new Oakland's ball parkAlameda County Supervisors expected to take key vote Tuesday on the future of the Howard Terminal ball park
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Santa Rosa Neighbors Blame City For Overflowing Creek, FloodingSome neighbors in Santa Rosa are furious after their backyard creek flooded. Andrea Nakano tells us they say the city could have prevented it.
Chaos At City Council Meetings Prompts Mayor To Issue Warning To ResidentsCity councilmembers have been forced to return to virtual meetings in Santa Rosa. Maria Cid Medina tells us it is not because of COVID-19. It's due to chaos and angry insults from a small group of residents.
Rain From Atmospheric River May Have Ended Northern California's Wildfire SeasonWith all the rain, many hope the atmospheric river that moved through over the weekend brought an end to the wildfire season in Northern California. KPIX 5 sent Kenny Choi to find out.
COVID: Researchers Following Cases Of 3 Teens Who Developed Psychiatric SymptomsResearchers at UCSF were looking at the cases of three teenagers who developed psychiatric symptoms after being infected with COVID-19. Len Ramirez has more on what we know about these troubling cases.
Activists Claim Benicia Polluter Repeatedly Put Toxic 'Petcoke' in BayAndrea Borba reports on activists accusing port in Benicia of spewing "petroleum coke" into San Francisco Bay (10-25-2021)
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Atmospheric River: North Bay Water Officials Wait & See On Easing Restrictions After Major StormWhile the past weekend's storm provided plenty of much needed rainfall, North Bay water officials and residents are taking a wait-and-see approach when it comes to possibly easing water restrictions. John Ramos reports. (10/25/21)
Santa Cruz Mountain Residents Dig Out From Debris Left Behind By Big StormDevin Fehely reports on crews cleaning up from atmospheric river storm's impact in Santa Cruz County (10-25-2021)

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