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East Bay Homeowners Amp Up Halloween Decorations to Keep Spirits HighWith trick-or-treating considered a high-risk activity, many East Bay neighbors are banding together to give their communities something to celebrate. Andrea Nakano reports. (10-30-20)
In-Person Voting Set to Expand Across the Bay Area SaturdayLevi's Stadium is one of 100 full-service voting centers in Santa Clara County that will be open Saturday through Election Day. Already the county has seen record early-voting numbers as Betty Yu reports. (10-30-20)
Despite Relatively Low Infection Rate, San Francisco Slows ReopeningSan Francisco’s case rate has gone from 3 people per 100,000 to 4 people per 100,000 in the last two weeks and so the mayor announced a pause in the city's reopening plan next week. Andria Borba reports from North Beach. (10-30-20)
PIX NowHere's the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (10-30-20)
Vallejo Police Chase Ends in Crash; Suspect Flees on FootPolice in Vallejo are searching for a suspect who was the subject of a pursuit Friday afternoon that led to an injury collision injuring two bystanders who were hospitalized. Da Lin reports. (10-30-20)
San Jose Leaders Blast Silicon Valley Organization Over Alleged Racist AdsMembers of the San Jose City Council are condemning racist attack ads put out by the Silicon Valley Organization. Len Ramirez reports. (10-30-20)
Voters Head to the Polls With Ballots in Hand and Plenty of AngstStress and anxiety, there's been a lot of that this year especially when it comes to the state of the presidential race. Kenny Choi reports. (10-30-20)
Students Rising Above: Jenny HoangFind out how an East Bay student drew inspiration from her mom then found comfort in something sweet. Michelle Griego talks to SRA scholar Jenny Hoang. (10-30-20)
Mobile Lab Brings Breast Cancer Testing to the NeighborhoodMany women are missing routine mammograms during the pandemic. Now a high-tech van is making this crucial screening more convenient. Elizabeth Cook reports. (10-30-20)
Vote Smart: Small Errors Can Trip Up Your BallotAs of Friday, San Francisco has received nearly 270,000 early ballots. Director of Elections John Arntz says a small fraction of them have been rejected for (mostly) human errors. Don Ford reports. (10-30-20)
'Ride Out To Vote' Delivers Ballots By Horseback To Alameda Co. Courthouse''Ride Out To Vote' trotted down the streets of Oakland to drop off their ballots on horseback at the Alameda County Courthouse on Monday, as part of a movement to encourage people to vote any way they can.
Friday Evening Pinpoint ForecastChief meteorologist Paul Heggen has the Bay Area weekend forecast. (10-30-20)
As More Bay Area Polls Open Those Who Prefer Voting In Person Queue UpIn-person voting started Friday in some Bay Area counties and expands on Saturday nearly everywhere else. Wilson Walker reports. (10-30-20)
San Francisco Pauses Reopening as Virus Cases RiseSan Francisco will temporarily halt the reopening of additional activities and businesses planned for next week because of an increase in coronavirus case rates and hospitalizations. Andria Borba reports. (10-30-20)
RAW: Dr. Grant Colfax Talks About San Francisco Pausing COVID-19 ReopeningSF Director of Public Health Dr. Grant Colfax says rising COVID-19 positivity case rates and hospitalizations has led the city to pause reopenings (10-30-2020)
San Jose City Council Members Condemn Racist Attack Ads SVO ControversyKiet Do reports on how five San Jose City Council members denounced groups like Silicon Valley Organization using racist ads for during tough elections.
San Jose City Council Members Condemn Racist Attack Ads SVO ControversyKiet Do reports on how five San Jose City Council members denounced groups like Silicon Valley Organization using racist ads for during tough elections.
Livermore Neighborhood Adapts Halloween Plans To Stay Safe From COVID-19Halloween is not dead yet in one Livermore neighborhood. Neighbors are adapting to COVID restrictions and still finding ways to celebrate. Kiet Do reports. (10/30/20)
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7.0 Earthquake In Aegean Sea Shakes Turkey, Greece; Buildings Toppled, Tsunami Floods StreetsA strong earthquake in the Aegean Sea has shaken Turkey and Greece. Several buildings were wrecked in Turkey’s western Izmir province and the quake triggered a tsunami. (10/30/20)
Economists Say Low-Income Renters Are Experiencing a 'She-Cession'High housing costs in the Bay Area plus a lack of child care are forcing low-income moms to make tough choices. Susie Steimle reports. (10-29-20)
Bay Area Groups Get Out the Vote From Afar as Election NearsAdapting to a political landscape caused by COVID-19, some Bay Area groups have found a way to help drive voters in battleground states to the polls from a distance. Joe Vazquez reports. (10-29-20)
Solano County Confirms 1st Case of Patient Suffering Both Coronavirus and FluThe Solano County public health department reported Friday the first patient suffering both the flu and COVID-19. Andrea Nakano reports. (10-29-20)
PIX NowHere's the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (10-29-20)

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