Unless they act quickly, thousands of people hit by devastating wildfires may miss out on what could be substantial payments from PG&E to help cover their losses. Wilson Walker reports. (10-18-19)

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Monday Is Deadline for Wildfire Victims to File Claims With PG&EUnless they act quickly, thousands of people hit by devastating wildfires may miss out on what could be substantial payments from PG&E to help cover their losses. Wilson Walker reports. (10-18-19)
County Officials Say Fire-Suppression System Was Not Activated During NuStar BlazeA closed gate and a fire suppression system that wasn’t activated may have hampered efforts to extinguish Tuesday’s fire at the NuStar Energy tank farm in Crockett. Da Lin reports. (10-18-19)
IBM and San Jose State Partner to Advance Tech EducationSan Jose State University and IBM announced a strategic collaboration designed to provide today's students with advanced skills needed for high tech jobs of the future. Len Ramirez reports. (10-18-19)
San Ramon To Sell Low-Income Housing With Lottery ProgramJohn Ramos reports on San Ramon plan to use lottery to find lucky buyers for new low-income homes (10-18-2019)
Friday Evening Pinpoint Forecast.Clouds and a slight chance of showers in the North Bay should give way Sunday as a dayslong warmup begins. (10-18-19)
Whale Breachings Off Monterey Coast Possibly Linked to Hollister TemblorMoments after the Tuesday afternoon 4.7 magnitude earthquake near Hollister, at least seven humpback whales were spotted simultaneously breaching off the Monterey coast. Devin Fehely reports. (10-18-19)
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White House Goes Into Damage Control Mode After Chief Of Staff's Comments On UkraineNikole Killion reports on White House walking back Mick Mulvaney's statements confirming quid pro quo in dealings with Ukraine (10-18-2019)
PG&E To Have Emergency Meeting With CPUCJackie Ward reports on PG&E executives preparing to face tough questions from CPUC in Friday meeting (10-18-2019)
On A Positive Note – Making History -- Oct 18This week's uplifting stories include a Bay Area student who stars on her high school's football team and a hero of the 1989 deadly Loma Prieta Earthquake.
CPUC To Hold Emergency Meeting On PG&E Power ShutoffsCalling the situation unacceptable, the California Public Utilities Commission is expected to hold an emergency meeting on the recent PG&E public safety power shutoffs that impacted millions of people. Jackie Ward reports. (10/18/19)
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On A Positive Note – Helping The Homeless - Oct. 4Man doesn't let disability get in the way of helping others, kids help find missing woman with dementia, Pleasanton police officer battling cancer gets support from community "fitness challenge," Santa Cruz teacher adds colorful "hearing aids" to dolls, A's manager Bob Melvin overcomes diabetes to compete in marathon, Giants manager Bruce Bochy retires.
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Dangerous SoCal Fault Begins Movement for First Time in Recorded HistoryThe Garlock Fault, a major fault in Southern California, has started moving for the first time on record and, Rachel Kim reports, what it's capable of is pretty frightening. (10-17-19)
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)
Santa Cruz Commemorates Loma Prieta Earthquake With Moment of SilenceSanta Cruz is just 10 miles from the epicenter of the Loma Prieta quake and the town lost dozens of buildings and was cut off for days by rockslides on Highway 17. Mark Sayre reports. (10-17-19)
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Friday Night Lights to Stay Switched Off at High School in NovatoNovato's San Marin high school football team is in the dark again after a court ordered the school to turn off the lights for their homecoming game. Andrea Nakano reports. (10-17-19)
How the Loma Prieta Earthquake Shook Up Seismic StandardsSome new Bay Area buildings may have the edge when it comes to riding out the next big earthquake, thanks to seismic-savvy building techniques inspired by hard-won lessons learned in Loma Prieta. Juliette Goodrich reports. (10-17-19)
Oakland Homeless Move From Tents to RVs and VansThe number of vehicle dwellers in Oakland has skyrocketed over the past two years. Da Lin reports. (10-17-19)

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