As 2020 begins new laws will address issues like privacy, housing, gun ownership, healthcare and more. Devin Fehely tells us how the new laws may effect you.

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Faithful Forever, 49ers 104-Year-Old FanKPIX's Allen Martin sat down with 104-year-old Mary Alasia. She's been a member of the 49er Faithful for decades; from Kezar stadium to Levi's Stadium.
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1 Hospitalized In Shooting In San Francisco's SunnydaleOne person has been hospitalized following an overnight shooting on Sunnydale Avenue in San Francisco. Anne Makovec reports. (1/21/20)
Tuesday Morning Weather Forecast With Emily TurnerExpect wet weather on Tuesday, starting in the North Bay in the morning, spreading south by the afternoon. Wednesday should be clear but another weather system looms heading into the weekend. Emily Turner has the forecast. (1/21/20)
Deadly Fire Breaks Out At Sunnyvale Mobile Home ParkOne person is dead and another person is injured following a fire at the El Dorado Mobile Home Park in Sunnyvale. (1/21/20)
Oakland Family Calls For Safer Streets After Mom Killed In Hit-And-RunThe family of an Oakland mother of seven who was killed in a hit-and-run collision on Friday is demanding increased street safety and police are seeking clues to find the driver. Jackie Ward reports. (1/21/20)
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'Furries' Stop Assault Of Woman On San Jose StreetsSeveral people who were attending "Fur-Con" in San Jose last Friday came to the aid of a woman who was being assaulted, all while dressed as furry animals. (1-20-2020)
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49ers Fans Ready To Drop Major Cash To See Team Play In MiamiAfter the 49ers earned a spot in the Super Bowl, many fans were heard saying, "We're going to Miami" But actually getting there is not going to be cheap! Joe Vazquez reports. (1-20-2020)
Police Investigate Shooting Near Walnut Creek BART StationPolice in Walnut Creek are investigating a shooting near the Walnut Creek BART Station. (1-20-2020)
Vehicle Recovered In Deadly Hit-And-Run Outside Oakland Middle SchoolOakland police say they are close to catching the man responsible for a fatal hit-and-run that killed an Oakland mother, but they still need the public's help. Police recovered the suspect vehicle on Monday. Andrea Nakano reports. (1-20-2020)
Berkeley Police Looking For Driver Who Fled From Officer, Fatally Struck WomanA police chase in Berkeley took a deadly turn on Monday when the suspected driver hit and killed a woman on the sidewalk in the area of University Avenue. The suspect is still at large. Betty Yu reports. (1-20-2020)
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Gayle King Gets Up Close And Personal With Grammy NomineesMusic's biggest stars are getting ready for Sunday's 62nd Annual Grammy Awards on CBS. Several of them took time out to meet with CBS This Morning's Gayle King.
Super Bowl LIV: 104-Year-Old 49ers Fan Is Truly 'Faithful Forever'The 49ers logo says 'faithful then, faithful now.' Allen Martin met a 104-year-old fan who shows us what it means to be 49er faithful -- forever.
'Moms 4 Housing' Evicted From Oakland Home Will Get To Move BackMoms 4 Housing will get to move back into a house they illegally took over. Andria Borba has details of the deal they struck with the owners and the City of Oakland, and the movement their actions have sparked.
Cost Of Traveling To Super Bowl LIV Likely Will SoarRight now, you want to be at Super Bowl LIV in person, it's going to set you back thousands of dollars. Devin Fehely tells us, it's likely going to cost even more, the longer you wait.
President's Legal Team Files Brief Questioning Legitimacy Of ImpeachmentNatalie Brand reports on the latest developments in impeachment trial of President Trump set to start Tuesday (1-20-2020)
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BR Explores 'Soul Of A Nation - Art In The Age Of Black Power' At The DeYoungA long time coming and long overdue, 'Soul of A Nation, Black Power 1963-1983' at SF's DeYoung Museum spans some of the most turbulent times in U.S. history. The exhibit shines light on works by Black artists who have been marginalized and, for the most part, excluded from the canon of art history.

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