A dozen coffee shops in Berkeley launched a pilot program Wednesday to begin using stainless steel reusable cups that people can scan on their phone and take with them for up to five days. Christin Ayers reports. (9-18-2019)

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Palo Alto Parking Problem Getting Resolved At Residents' ExpenseA parking problem in Old Town Palo Alto is finally getting resolved after years of complaints from homeowners, but there's catch: residents are being told to pay up. Maria Medina reports. (10-20-2019)
Raptors President Ujiri Won't Be Charged For Shoving Deputy At Oracle ArenaThe Alameda County district attorney's office says it won't charge Toronto Raptors President Masai Ujiri for shoving a sheriff's deputy after the NBA championship game last June. (10-22-2019)
PG&E To Decide On Power Shutoffs For 36K Bay Area Customers Wednesday MorningThere's a possibility that 36,000 PG&E customers in the Bay Area could lose power by Wednesday. About 75% are in Sonoma County, the rest are in Napa County and small sliver of San Mateo County near Half Moon Bay. Andrea Nakano reports. (10-22-2019)
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Plans To Build New Petrochemical Tanks In Rodeo Face Pushback Following NuStar FireA KPIX 5 original report is revealing new plans underway to build more petrochemical tanks inside Phillips 66’s Rodeo refinery, next to the facility where two storage tanks exploded and burned last week. Andria Borba reports. (10-22-2019)
3-D Printed Leg Designed To Help Injured Owl At Walnut Creek Animal HospitalJohn Ramos reports on new prosthetic 3-D printed leg created for injured owl at Lindsay Wildlife Experience (10-22-2019)
San Mateo County Braces For Another Round Of PG&E Power ShutoffsAbout 900 PG&E customers in San Mateo County are on the potential shutoff list. As for where exactly? Kiet Do tells us the blackout zone is a bit of a 'gray' area.
Safeway Clerks Can Sit Down On The Job After Santa Clara Court RulingBig changes could be coming to your local Safeway check-out line. Employees will now get the option of "sitting down on the job" thanks to a Santa Clara County court ruling that also forces the grocery chain to pay a $12 million fine. Len Ramirez reports. (10-20-2019)
PG&E To Hold Off On Public Safety Power Shutoff Announcement Until WednesdayTeam coverage of fire danger pushing PG&E to warn about another possible PSPS due to high winds (10-22-2019)
State To Begin Investigation Into Gas Prices In CaliforniaAndria Borba reports on Governor Gavin Newsom asking Attorney General to investigate why gas prices are so high (10-22-2019)
Caltrans, San Jose Building Tiny Homes For Homeless People Next To Berryessa BART StationCaltrans and the City of San Jose are building a group of tiny homes for homeless residents in a neighborhood that's enjoying a renaissance. Devin Fehely tells us it is right next to the city's new Berryessa BART station. Deve
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Kelp Forest Declining Due To Climate Change, Warmer WaterDespite the unrivaled beauty of the California coast line, UC Davis scientists say that just below the surface, the famous Kelp Forest is in serious trouble. Don Ford reports. (10-22-2019)
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BART Single Tracking Through Transbay Tube In Eastbound Direction After Report Of Debris FireJuliette Goodrich reports on BART seeing major delays after briefly shutting down all train service through Transbay Tube (10-22-2019)
Santa Rosa Police Search For Weapon After Student Shoots Second Student Outside High SchoolWilson Walker reports on student injured in shooting outside Santa Rosa high school Tuesday morning (10-22-2019)
Don't Miss San Francisco Opera's 'The Marriage of Figaro'San Francisco Opera's brand new production of Mozart's masterpiece 'The Marriage of Figaro' opened to rave reviews. Bass-baritone Michael Sumuel, who plays Figaro, and soprano Nicole Heaston, who plays the Countess, talked to BR host Jan Mabry about this highly-entertaining opera about lust, power gossip and weddings.
San Jose Scholar Uses Photography To Help Overcome Eating Disorder, Help OthersIt's estimated that as many as eight million Americans suffer from an eating disorder. And nearly 90 percent of those affected report that their illness started before the age of 20. Michelle Griego reports on one person who overcame his disorder through his talent with photography.
Meet The Cast Of 'White Noise' -- A Play By Suzan-Lori Parks At Berkeley RepPlaywright Suzan-Lori Parks new play 'White Noise' opened at Berkeley Rep and as always Parks goes deep, taking the audience way out of their comfort zone. BR's Jan Mabry got a chance to meet the cast. 'White Noise' is playing through November 10. For tickets and information, go to berkeleyrep.org. (Photo(l to r) Chris Herbie Holland (Leo), Therese Barbato (Dawn), Aimé Donna Kelly (Misha), and Nick Dillenburg (Ralph) in Berkeley Rep’s production of White Noise written by Pulitzer Prize winner Suzan-Lori Parks and directed by Jaki Bradley.)
Cheers! Black Vines Presents 'Wine Wednesdays' At Miss Ollie's In OaklandFor nearly a decade, Black Vines has been spreading the work about African-American vintners and now is hosting a series of 'Wine Wednesdays' at Miss Ollie's Caribbean Restaurant, in Oakland. Sarah Kirnon, chef/host of Miss Ollie's and A.T. Howe, founder of Bass Note Artesanal Sangria brought food and drinks to share with BR host Jan Mabry.
Meet San Francisco 49ers' Rookie Wide-Receiver Tyshun 'Deebo' SamuelSan Francisco 49ers rookie wide-receiver Deebo Samuel has been all systems go. BR's Vern Glenn caught up with him in Santa Clara, where he talked about Monday night football, his game and his name.
Actor Will Smith Talks About His New Hi-Tech Action Movie 'Gemini Man'Will Smith was in San Francisco at a reception for his new movie, 'Gemini Man,' hosted by Tech Crunch. The actor slayed hearts when he posed with the young ladies of Black Girls Code, and later talked to BR's Betty Yu about the creation of his 22-year old computer-generated co-star -- himself.
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