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MADD Teams Up With Velodyne Lidar To Raise Safety AwarenessMothers Against Drunk Drivers, or MADD, has teamed up with Velodyne Lidar to raise awareness about self-driving technology and keeping our roads safe. Natasha Thomas, MADD's N. California Executive Director and Sally Frykman, Velodyne's VP of Communications talk to Bay Area Focus about their upcoming events.
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San Quentin Prison Employee Also Volunteers For Programs Helping Turn Inmates' Lives AroundRaphaele Casale, who works in the warden's office at San Quentin State Prison, also volunteers at the prison when she's off the clock for programs that help inmates turn their lives around. Allen Martin reports.
Trump Administration Officially Withdraws California's Auto Emissions Standards WaiverNichelle Medina reports on EPA following through on Trump threat to revoke California's auto emissions standards waiver (9-19-2019)
Democratic Presidential Hopeful O'Rourke Talks Pot Legalization In OaklandAnne Makovec reports on Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke bringing his campaign to an Oakland pot dispensary (9-19-2019)
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Barry Zito On San Francisco Giants & Book "Curveball"The World Series champ and Cy Young winner discusses his wild journey through baseball and how faith got him back on the right track.
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Thursday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeAfter a cool start, expect highs along the coast to reach the mid-60s, while inland areas could see highs in the 80s. Temperatures will begin to warm up as we reach the final weekend of summer. Mary Lee has the forecast. (9/19/19)
1 Dead In Tour Bus Crash Involving Josh Turner Road Crew In San Luis Obispo CountyA tour bus carrying the road crew for country singer Josh Turner crashed in San Luis Obispo County overnight, killing at least one person. Anne Makovec reports. (7/16/19)
EPA Moves To Revoke California's Waiver On Vehicle Emission StandardsThe battle over California and the Trump administration took a new turn Thursday as the Environmental Protection Agency revoked the state's waiver to set stricter vehicle emissions standards. Meanwhile, the state plans legal action against the move. (9/19/19)
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U.S. Navy Admits UFOs Captured On Video Exist; Expert Speculates They're From EarthThe U.S. Navy has finally admitted the existence of the unidentified flying objects their pilots captured on video that had the world speculating that they could be extraterrestrial life. Maria Medina reports. (9-18-2019)
Affordable Housing Developer Makes Apartments Unaffordable For ManyTenants in Antioch and Hayward say an affordable housing developer is making their apartment complex unaffordable. Susie Steimle reports. (9-18-2019)
Berkeley Coffee Shops Offer Reusable Stainless Steel Cups In Pilot ProgramA dozen coffee shops in Berkeley launched a pilot program Wednesday to begin using stainless steel reusable cups that people can scan on their phone and take with them for up to five days. Christin Ayers reports. (9-18-2019)
Trump Accuses San Francisco Of Environmental Violations Due To Homeless PopulationPresident Trump wrapped up his California tour by taking a shot at San Francisco. He threatened EPA action over violations related to the homeless crisis, specifically citing pollution, such as used needles, flowing into the ocean. Joe Vazquez reports. (9-18-2019)
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High School In Walnut Creek Disciplines Vaping Teens With Saturday SchoolAndria Borba reports on Northgate High School taking an unusual approach by disciplining vaping teens along with their parents (9-18-2019)
Bay Area Cop Shortage Prompts Police Departments To Entice Rookies With CashIn a tight job market, even police are struggling to fill their ranks. Several Bay Area police departments are trying to use cash to get rookies in the door. Juliette Goodrich reports. (9-18-2019)
Feud Between Santa Clara And 49ers Over Levi's Stadium Heats UpLen Ramirez reports on Santa Clara officials giving 49ers an "F" grade on management of Levi's Stadium for non-NFL events (9-18-2019)
Marin County Votes To Buy, Give Coast Guard Townhomes To Pt. Reyes StationPoint Reyes Station residents are celebrating a victory against the housing crisis after Marin County voted to purchase Coast Guard land to give to the town. John Ramos reports. (9-18-2019)
Perception, Jokes About Potential 'Barack Obama Blvd.' Concern Milpitas MayorOn Tuesday evening, the city of Milpitas voted to name a portion of a road after former president Barack Obama. But the city's mayor is wary about the move because a of a landfill at the end of the road. "It cannot be the Barack Obama, or 'B.O. Boulevard,'" he said. Wilson Walker reports. (9-18-2019)
Chilling Back To School PSA Brings Urgency To Gun Control DebateKen Bastida reports on increasing pressure on legislators to pass new gun control laws (9-18-2019)
Some Berkeley Residents Offended By 'Gourmet Ghetto' Neighborhood NameSome are saying the nickname "Gourmet Ghetto," for the famous Berkeley neighborhood that cooked up a food revolution, is not aging well. Some say the name so offensive that it has to go. Don Ford reports. (9-18-2019)

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