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Bay Area Residents Brace for Risk of Wind-Driven Wildfires, Power Shutoffs on SundayParts of the Bay Area have been in and out of red flag warnings all month but this Sunday's wind event is going to bring winds that we have not seen this year. Betty Yu reports from San Jose. (10-23-20)
California Prop 19 Means Different Things to Different HomeownersOn the ballot this year is a proposition that says it will help wildfire victims and change state property tax policy. Susie Steimle reports. (10-23-20)
Oakland Mayor, Police, Residents Boost 'Operation Ceasefire' to Curb Crime WaveMuch has been said about defunding police but, Friday night with Oakland facing a crime wave, residents made a plea for people to settle disputes with words not weapons. Andrea Nakano reports. (10-23-20)
PIX NowHere's the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (10-23-20)
Crews Battle to Contain Fast-Burning Brush Fire Near AngwinA fire burning in the Napa County hills scorched 50 acres Friday evening but, thanks to a large-scale attack, it was 25 percent contained by 7 p.m. Meanwhile, PG&E released maps showing the extend of PSPS outages forecast for Sunday night. (10-23-20)
Congresswoman Barbara Lee Talks To BR About COVID-19, HEROES Act, Election 2020Congresswoman Barbara Lee talks to Black Renaissance host Jan Mabry about COVID-19 and current negotiations over the HEROES Act -- passed by the House of Representatives but stalled in the Senate -- and the impact on millions of Americans.
Chef Robert Dorsey Cooks Up Sen. Kamala Harris-Inspired Election Night GumboBay Area Chef Robert Dorsey invites BR in the kitchen while he makes his delicious Senator Harris-inspired gumbo. Enjoy Chef Dorsey's Election Night Gumbo at home while you watch the returns -- available with all the trimmings, November 1 - November 3. To order, go to chefrobertdorsey.com/meals-to-go.
Cal Fire Preps for Dangerous Sunday Night Wind ConditionsCal Fire has learned lessons and implemented new technology and procedures in the three years since the Wine Country wildfires destroyed entire neighborhoods overnight. Wilson Walker reports. (10-23-20)
Mom Demands Justice for Teen Left to Die on Hwy 85 After CrashTwo months after15-year-old Crystal Alvarez' mysterious death, her family is consumed by the unanswered questions about how she died. Len Ramirez reports. (10-23-20)
Vote Smart: Early Voting Becomes the New Normal for Major ElectionsWith so many early voting options, it's time to re-think the definition of Election Day. As one county registrar of voters says, it's no longer the "Big Deal" but rather the "Big Reveal." Andria Borba reports. (10-23-20)
Students Rising Above: LaTasha BrownKPIX 5's Michelle Griego introduces us to an Oakland-based entrepreneur who has a deep faith in herself and others in this edition of Students Rising Above. (10-23-20)
Vote Smart: Signature Is Key to Ensure Your Ballot Is CountedAn unprecedented number of votes will be cast in this election by mail-in ballot and making sure your vote gets counted may come down to the signature on the envelope it's in. Devin Fehely reports. (10-23-20)
Friday Evening Pinpoint ForecastPaul Heggen has the Bay Area pinpoint forecast. (10-23-20)
Pandemic Youth-Facility Closures Contribute to Increase in Oakland Gun ViolenceOakland police recovered guns and arrested several suspects tied to a surge of violence. Da Lin reports on how the pandemic could be putting more young lives at risk. (10-23-20)
Students Rising Above: Oakland Scholar And Entrepreneur Shows Deep Faith In HerselfMichelle Griego reports on Oakland student and businesswoman LaTasha Brown, who overcame health challenges to excel (10-23-2020)
East Bay Restaurants Welcome Diners Back Inside For BreakfastKiet Do reports on indoor activities now allowed in Alameda County due to reduced COVID-19 restrictions (10-23-2020)
Scott Peterson Appears Remotely At Court Hearing; Prosecutors To Try Penalty Phase Of Murder TrialAnne Makovec reports on new court hearing as prosecutors set to retry penalty phase of Scott Peterson murder case (10+23-2020)
Forecast High Winds Lead To New Fire Weather Watch, Likely PSPSMary Lee reports on dangerous fire weather conditions forecast starting Sunday (10-23-2020)
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Alameda Homeowner Hopes to End Political Halloween Decoration TraditionFor the past four years, Dan Balsam has put up Halloween decorations that depict specific moments of the Trump presidency. Balsam hopes this will be the last of his politics-theme decorations. Andrea Nakano reports. (10-22-20)
Reopening Advances in San Francisco But Progress Lags in Latino CommunityMoving into the yellow tier means San Francisco is opening up even more but not everyone is celebrating. There is still a dark cloud in the Latino community which continues to make up about half of all positive COVID-19 tests. Joe Vazquez reports. (10-22-20)
Oakland Firefighters Control Fire Threatening Homes Beside I-580Oakland firefighters battled a three-alarm brush fire along Interstate 580 late Thursday afternoon. Andria Borba reports. (10-22-20)
Santa Clara County DA Dismisses Cases Involving Officers Who Posted Racist Facebook MessagesThe Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office is dismissing more than a dozen criminal cases involving San Jose police officers who posted racist messages on a private Facebook group. Kenny Choi reports. (10-22-20)

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