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Tuesday Evening Weather Forecast With Darren PeckThe weekend seems to be sunny and warm after a cloudy spell. (11-12-2019)
Berkeley Officials May Have Change Of Heart On Traffic Circle TreesBerkeley elected officials met Tuesday to determine the fate of a number of mature trees growing in traffic circles that were going to be cut down, but it seems the city may have had a change of heart. John Ramos reports. (11-12-2019)
Experts Warn Of Surge In Sudden Oak Death Infections In North BayThe rate at which trees in Marin County became infected with Sudden Oak Death in 2019 nearly tripled compared to the previous year, according to a University of California, Berkeley scientist. Wilson Walker reports. (11-12-2019)
NFL Arranges For Colin Kaepernick To Hold Private Workout For TeamsFormer San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick will hold a private workout for a number of NFL teams, nearly three years after he last played in the league. Dennis O'Donnell reports. (11-12-2019)
South Bay Tech CEO Offering Workers $10,000 To Move Out Of Bay AreaDevin Fehely reports on one Silicon Valley start-up that is paying workers to leave the San Francisco Bay Area (11-12-2019)
New District Attorney Elect And San Francisco Mayor Appear In Public Together For First TimeEmily Turner reports on SF DA elect and Mayor London Breed discussing recent attacks in Chinatown (11-12-2019)
Friends, Family Identify Pregnant Mother Of Two Killed In Oakland ShootingA woman who was fatally shot in East Oakland on Saturday night has been identified by family members and friends as 29-year-old Misty Smith Walton of Oakland. Andria Borba reports. (11-12-2019)
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Gilroy Garlic Festival Shooting Victims File Suit Over Security LapsesKiet Do reports on lawyers for Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting victims claiming negligence in lawsuit (11-12-2019)
Bay Area High Schoolers Walk Out Of Class To Support DACA DreamersBay Area students walked out of class Tuesday to defend DACA in rallies across the country as the President Trump's bid to end protections for young immigrants reached the Supreme Court. Len Ramirez reports. (11-12-2019)
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Oakland's New Pro Football TeamThe Raiders may be leaving for Las Vegas, but pro football is staying in Oakland. KPIX sports reporter Vern Glenn profiles the Oakland Panthers as they get set to begin their first season in the Indoor Football League. (11-12-19)
Google Reportedly Mining Personal Health DataDr. Tara Narula reports on privacy concerns raised by new Wall Street Journal story claiming Google has been secretly collecting health information (11-12-2019)
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Kincade Fire Clean Up Efforts Continue With Hazardous Waste SweepAnne Makovec reports on inspection of damaged properties for toxic waste left behind by Kincade Fire (11-12-2019)
DACA Recipients Protest As Supreme Court Weighs Trump Move To End ProgramKatherine Johnson reports on DACA recipients gathering on steps of the Supreme Court as panel hears arguments (11-12-2019)
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Speier Demands Benefits For Filipino War Heroes Who Fought With U.S. In World War IIRep. Jackie Speier met with Filipino war heroes on Veterans' Day, saying those who fought alongside Americans in World War II should receive benefits. (11/12/19)
Tuesday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeAfter a foggy start, high pressure will keep temperatures above average in the Bay Area Tuesday. Starting Wednesday, a cooling trend will take hold. Mary Lee has the forecast. (11/12/19)
Google Reportedly Collecting Health Data On Millions Of AmericansA report in the Wall Street Journal says Google has gathered health data on millions of Americans without their knowledge. (11/12/19)
Cleanup Gets Underway In Kincade Fire ZoneThree weeks after the Kincade Fire began to burn through more than 77,000 acres in Sonoma County, the first stage of cleanup is beginning. Katie Nielsen reports. (11/12/19)
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