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PIX NowHere's the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (6-17-21)
Longtime Bay Area E.T. Hunters Skeptical of Pending Gov't UFO ReportAs the government prepares to release a full accounting of unexplained aerial phenomena this month, scientists in the Bay Area who have looked for extraterrestrial life doubt they'll see anything conclusive. Juliette Goodrich reports. (6-17-21)
Heat Pushes PG&E to Warn of Possible Blackouts Thursday EveningPG&E warned of possible rotating power outages as Bay Area sweltered Friday evening. Andrea Nakano reports. (6-17-21)
San Pablo Police Search for Third Suspect in Armed Home Invasion RobberyLiz Cook reports on authorities searching for third suspect in frightening home invasion robbery last month who remains at large (6-17-2021)
City of Antioch Formally Apologizes for Past Persecution of Chinese ImmigrantsAntioch faced its own racist history with a proclamation signed Friday by the mayor apologizing for past persecution of Chinese immigrants. Wilson Walker reports. (6-17-21)
Prompted by Drought Emergency, Morgan Hill Imposes Water RestrictionsThe water shortage is so serious in Morgan Hill, they are saving water by the glass. Len Ramirez reports. (6-17-21)
PG&E Warns Some Customers May Be Impacted By Possible Rotating OutagesTeam coverage of Bay Area sweltering under second day of heat wave that could force rotating power outages due to strain on grid (6-17-2021)
Quarry Near Cupertino Proposes Carving Away Scenic RidgeCupertino's Lehigh Permanente Quarry wants to expand mining operations which would destroy the ridgeline bordering Rancho San Antonio Open Space Preserve. Kiet Do reports. (6-17-21)
94-Year-Old Asian American Woman Stabbed in San Francisco94-year-old Anh Taylor is in the hospital recovering from stab wounds.Taylor is the victim in what San Francisco police say was an unprovoked attack Wednesday on Post St. Kenny Choi reports. (6-17-21)
Bay Area Blisters Under Extreme Heat During Second Day of Heat WaveTeam coverage of intense heat wave pushing temperatures towards triple digits across inland parts of the Bay Area (6-17-2021)
Thursday Evening Pinpoint ForecastMeteorologist Darren Peck with the ongoing heat wave forecast for the Bay Area. (6-17-21)
Obamacare Survives Third U.S. Supreme Court ChallengeThe U.S. Supreme Court dismissed a challenge to the Affordable Care Act in a decision that will leave the law intact. (6-17-21)
East Bay Residents Seek Relief From Triple-Digit TempsIt was the kind of day that makes water parks seem like essential infrastructure. Juliette Goodrich talks with people in Dublin trying to beat the heat at The Wave. (6-17-21)
Vehicles Burned in San Jose Vegetation Fire2 vehicles were burned in a vegetation fire beside Highway 101 in San Jose. Maria Medina reports. (6-17-21)
Gov. Newsom Visits Oakland to Promote COVID Relief for Small BusinessesJustin Andrews reports on Gov. Gavin Newsom continuing to promote programs the state has set up to help small businesses still struggling as the state reopens from the pandemic (6-17-2021)
Bay Area, NorCal Heatwave May Break Records: Hot Weather Strains GridBay Area cities were headed toward the hottest temperatures of the year - some possibly of all-time - as a peak of a heatwave descended on the region. Mary Lee and Emily Turner report. (6/17/21)
Extreme Heat Wave Bakes Bay Area, Strains Power GridThursday the Bay Area will see the peak of the heat wave with temperatures soaring to triple districts across the region. Some parts of the Bay Area will go under an excessive heat watch, including East Bay valleys. Emily Turner reports. (6/17/21)
Thursday Morning Weather Forecast with Mary Lee(6/17/21)
Historic San Francisco Chinatown Theater Prepares for Grand OpeningTwo Salesforce software engineers have taken on the revival of a historic San Francisco venue called the Great Star Theater in Chinatown. (6/16/21)
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San Jose NAACP Leader Leaves For Atlanta Amid Dwindling Black PopulationRev. Jethroe Moore II, a prominent figure and civil rights activist in Silicon Valley, quietly left to begin a new life outside a city he said doesn't take care of people of color. Maria Medina reports. (6/16/21)
Details Emerge In Stabbing Of 94-Year-Old Asian Woman In San FranciscoA suspect who was out on bail or release from a previous case was arrested after an 94-year-old woman of Asian descent was stabbed in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood Wednesday. Betty Yu reports. (6/16/21)
San Jose Mandates Videotaping Of All Gun PurchasesIn the wake of a workplace mass shooting that claimed the lives of nine transit workers, San Jose officials have passed a new gun law that requires retailers to video-record all firearm purchases, becoming the largest city in California with such a rule. Devin Fehely reports. (6/16/21)

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