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Tuesday Morning Weather Forecast With Emily TurnerHigh pressure moving into the region brings warmer temperatures and offshore winds, along with an increased risk of wildfires. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued for the North Bay and East Bay Hills, along with the Santa Cruz Mountains on Wednesday and Thursday. Emily Turner has the forecast. (10/22/19)
Thousands Of Bay Area PG&E Customers Again Face Potential Power ShutoffsWith high winds and dry conditions in the forecast, tens of thousands of PG&E customers in the Bay Area are again facing the possibility that their power will be shut off. Jackie Ward reports. (10/22/19)
Peninsula Developer Talks About Challenges Of Building In Bay AreaSusie Steimle reports on developers having a difficult time building even low-income housing in Bay Area (10-21-2019)
Crowd Packs Berkeley Hall To Hear Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgAndrea Nakano reports on Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg making speaking appearance in Berkeley (10-21-2019)
Facebook Takes More Steps To Stop Russian Trolls From Meddling In 2020 U.S. ElectionBetty Yu reports on Facebook deleting Instagram and Facebook accounts that were posting from Russia (10-21-2019)
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PG&E Officials Promise Possible New Round Of Public Safety Power Shutdowns Will Go More SmoothlyTeam coverage of PG&E announcing a possible new round of public safety power shutdowns due to fire danger this week (10-21-2019)
North Bay And Peninsula Residents Prep For New Round Of Public Safety Power ShutdownsTeam coverage of PG&E announcing a new round of public safety power shutdowns due to fire danger this week (10-21-2019)
Manteca Police Find Expensive Stolen Ring Inside ManPolice in Manteca had to get an unusual search warrant to find an expensive stolen ring. Ryan Hill reports that how the suspect hid the ring is downright disturbing.
Neighbors Welcome San Jose Affordable Housing ProjectA series of projects that could get hundreds of homeless people off the streets of San Jose is finally getting off the ground. Len Ramirez reports. (10/21/19)
Alameda Residents Facing Spike In Fees For Storm Drain MaintenanceAlameda residents could see their fees more than double to keep the city's storm drains open, and people are asking why the sudden spike. Don Ford reports. (10/21/19)
North Bay And Peninsula Residents Brace For New Round Of Public Safety Power Shutdowns From PG&ETeam coverage of PG&E announcing a new round of public safety power shutdowns due to fire danger this week (10-21-2019)
SF Mayoral Candidate Behind Political Billboard Attacking London Breed Not Backing DownA political billboard attacking San Francisco Mayor London Breed is being called 'insensitive and racist.' As Devin Fehely tells us, the candidate responsible for the ad isn't backing down.
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Monday Evening Forecast with Darren Peck(10/21/2019)
Homeless Encampment Takes Over Public Trail In West Santa RosaA homeless encampment has taken over the Joe Rodota Trail in West Santa Rosa. John Ramos tells us it's causing a flood of complaints and stoking debate over the government's failure to respond.
49ers Win 'Mud Bowl'Vern Glenn recaps the 49ers latest win. San Francisco improved to 6-0 after beating the Redskins 9-0 at a rain-soaked Fed Ex Field in Landover, MD. (10-21-19)
Author Spreads Holocaust Survivor's Tale In A Personal WayThere have been many powerful stories about courage and heroism displayed by those who stood up to the Nazis during World War II. As allen martin reports, this week's Jefferson Award winner is telling one of those stories, but in a very personal way. (10/16/19)
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