Here's the latest from the KPIX newsroom (2-14-20)

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Ageism In Silicon Valley: More Men In Tech Getting Plastic Surgery To Combat Age BiasIt's Silicon Valley's little secret: ageism. KPIX takes a closer look at age bias in the tech industry and what increasingly more men are doing to stop Father Time. Veronica De La Cruz reports. (2-24-2020)
SFPD Car Involved In Accident In Twin Peaks NeighborhoodA San Francisco Police Department cruiser was reportedly involved in an apparent accident with another vehicle on Monday night. (2-24-2020)
Draining Of Santa Clara County's Anderson Reservoir To Begin In OctoberThe Santa Clara Valley Water District said Monday that it agrees with federal regulators' orders to move forward with the project to empty the Anderson Reservoir to reduce risk to the public in the event of an earthquake. Maria Medina reports. (2-24-2020)
12-Year-Old Girl Dies From Injuries In Castro Valley Hit-And-Run; Driver At LargeAuthorities in Castro Valley on Monday were searching for the driver responsible for a fatal hit-and-run collision that took the life of a 12-year-old girl. Betty Yu reports. (2-24-2020)
San Francisco Police Investigate Racially Charged Attack On Can Collector Caught On VideoPolice in San Francisco are investigating an apparent racially fueled attack over the weekend targeting a man collecting cans in Hunters Point that was caught on video, according to authorities. Joe Vazquez reports. (2-24-2020)
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UC Santa Cruz Grad Students Putting Jobs On The Line By Striking For Higher PayHundreds of graduate students at the University of California, Santa Cruz are putting their jobs on the line in the midst of a strike demanding higher pay. Veronica De La Cruz reports. (2-24-2020)
Fired Oakland Police Chief Kirkpatrick Says Sudden Termination Was RetaliatoryJuliette Goodrich reports on former Oakland Police Chief Kirkpatrick calling for Department of Justice investigation into her firing (2-24-2020)
Monday Evening Weather Forecast With Brian HackneyA sunny and warm week is here, but clouds and cool temps return next week. (2-24-2020)
Conservationists At Odds Over Plan To Drop Poison Pellets On Farallones Islands To Kill MiceA plan by federal wildlife officials to drop poison pellets on the Farallones Island to kill invasive mice has pitted conservation groups against each other. John Ramos talked to both sides.
Santa Clara County DA's Office Creates Team To Remove Firearms From Dangerous OffendersThe Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office is forming a specialized, five-person unit focused on removing guns from dangerous offenders who don't have a legal right to own a firearm. Devin Fehely reports. (2/24/20)
Castro Valley Hit And Run Leaves 12-Year-Old Girl With Life-Threatening InjuriesKen Bastida reports on authorities searching for driver in hit-and-run collision that seriously injured young girl (2-24-2020)
1000s Share Sorrow, Joy, Tears At Memorial For Kobe Bryant, Daughter Gianna & 7 VictimsThousands packed the Staples Center in Los Angeles to honor NBA legend Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna and 7 others who died in a helicopter crash in February. Reporter Dave Lopez was there and says the emotional ceremony was "perfect."
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South Bay Voters Cast Early Primary Ballots At New Polling CentersCalifornia Primary day is March 3, but voters in Santa Clara County are already casting their ballots at new polling places that just opened. It's part of a new system of voting called Voter's Choice. Len Ramirez reports. (2-24-2020)
Speaker Pelosi Visits SF's Chinatown To Show Support Amid Coronavirus FearsAndria Borba reports on Rep. Nancy Pelosi paying visit to San Francisco's Chinatown to allay fears over coronavirus (2-24-2020)
Neighbors Of Rescued Palo Alto Couple Preparing Homecoming CelebrationNeighbors of a Palo Alto couple miraculously rescued from the wilderness in Marin County are preparing to celebrate their homecoming. Kiet Do reports. (2-24-2020)
Federal Regulators Order Draining Of Anderson Reservoir Due To Earthquake RiskThe Santa Clara Valley Water District said Monday that it agrees with federal regulators' orders to move forward with the project to empty the Anderson Reservoir to reduce risk to the public in the event of an earthquake. Ken Bastida reports. (2-24-2020)
MEDICAL MONDAY: Stanford Dr. Jeffrey Teuteberg on having a healthy heartStanford Dr. Jeffrey Teuteberg on having a healthy heart
Raw Video: CHP Aircraft Infrared Video Of I-80 Chase, Arrests Outside Rodeo HomeFour people were arrested after a California Highway Patrol chase through three Bay Area counties, ending with suspects being arrested Sunday night as they hid in the driveway of a Rodeo home with the help of a CHP aircraft's infrared camera. (2/24/20)
Nurses At Napa's Queen Of The Valley Hospital Authorize Potential StrikeNurses at Queen of the Valley Medical Center in Napa are ready to walk off the job if they can't reach a deal on a new contract. (2/24/20)
SFMTA Director Touts Early Success On Car-Free Market StreetIn an interview with KPIX 5 traffic reporter Gianna Franco, new SFMTA director Jeffrey Tumlin touts the early success of making Market Street car free and discusses upcoming projects to improve getting around San Francisco. (2/24/20)

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