Expect cloudy skies, possible showers and mild temperatures in the Bay Area on Wednesday. By the weekend, clear skies will return, along with warmer temperatures. Mary Lee has the forecast. (9/18/19)

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State Legislators Open Investigation of PG&E BlackoutsThe state senate is launching a new investigation into the biggest planned power outage California has ever seen. Joe Vazquez reports. (10-17-19)
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