Biologists Begin Project To Track East Bay Mountain Lions
Biologists Begin Project To Track East Bay Mountain Lions

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Talking Politics: (Non)Exoneration / Candidates ScrambleWhat's next now that the Mueller report has been released? And how can a candidate keep his or her campaign fresh and focused with so many competitors in the race? Phil Matier, Melissa Caen and Willie Brown discuss. (4-21-19)
At Issue: The Mueller ReportKPIX 5's Phil Matier discusses the release of the Mueller report on Russian interference in the 2016 election and the president's response with UC Hastings law professor David Levine. (4-21-19)
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KPIX Sunday Morning News WrapAn eight-minute roundup of local and national news plus a glance at the weather forecast with Devin Fehely, Melissa Caen and Darren Peck. (4-21-19)
Sunday Morning Pinpoint ForecastSunday by the bay: The Easter morning chill will ease into a mild, warm afternoon. Darren Peck has the pinpoint forecast for the greater Bay Area. (4-21-19)
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Woman Caught In Door Of Muni Gets Dragged Along PlatformA woman stuck in the doors of a Muni was dragged along the platform. Betty Yu was at the Embarcadero station and got eyewitness account of the incident.
Concord Equestrian Non-Profit's Historic Landmark Home Faces Shutdown From CityOne of Contra Costa County's oldest building is about to shut down along with the equestrian non-profit that calls it home. Da Lin reports,they are now pleading with city leaders to keep their history alive.

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Oakland Police, Lawmakers Get Tough On Illegal Sideshow ParticpantsLaw enforcement in Oakland were stepping up patrols to avoid a repeat of a last weekend's violent sideshow. Katie Nielsen tells us what they're doing, and about a bill that, if passed, will increase penalties for participants.
420 Revelers Gather On Hippie Hill Under A Cloud Of Pot SmokeChopper 5 flew through a cloud of marijuana smoke over Hippie Hill in Golden Gate Park, as revelers celebrated 4/20 on Saturday. Anne Makovec was in the crowd.
Dandelion Opens Mission District Chocolate Factory, Tasting RoomOn its official opening day, Dandelion Chocolate showed off its new factory, tasting room and store in San Francisco's Mission District. Devin Fehely reports. (4-20-19)
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KPIX Saturday Morning News WrapA 14-minute roundup of local and regional news plus a glance at the weather forecast with Devin Fehely, Melissa Caen and Darren Peck. (4-20-19)
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Surveillance Video Shows Hospital Hero Tackling Armed Suspect in San Jose ERA surveillance camera captured the moments Thursday morning when a San Jose hospital employee became a hero. Maria Medina reports. (4-19-19)
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Hayward High Mourns Half Moon Bay Drowning Death of Star AthleteFriends and family came together Friday night to honor a Hayward High School football star who vanished after being swept up in the rough seas at Half Moon Bay on Thursday. Christin Ayers reports. (4-19-19)
SoCal Couple Sentenced to Life in Prison for Torture, Child AbuseDavid Allen Turpin, 57, and Louise Ann Turpin, 50, each pleaded guilty to six counts of cruelty to a dependent adult, four counts of false imprisonment, three counts of child abuse and one count of torture. Betty Yu reports. (4-19-19)
Toddler in Hospital After Falling 20 Feet From Oakland Apartment BuildingAn 18-month-old boy was recovering from surgery Friday evening after plummeting 20 feet from a second-story fire escape in Oakland. (4-19-19)
San Jose Breaks Ground on Major Homeless Housing ProjectThe North San Pedro studios will bring permanent housing to homeless veterans and chronically homeless people who have been living in shelters or on the streets. Len Ramirez reports. (4-19-19)
Study Shows Millions of 'Micro Quakes' Shake Bay AreaA new seismological study from the U.S. Geological Survey indicates millions of minuscule quakes happen in the Bay Area that were undetectable until now. Don Ford reports. (4-19-19)
Milpitas Grandmother Accused Of Killing 3-Year-Old Grandson Appears In CourtKen Bastida reports on 70-year-old Milpitas woman accused of killing her grandson making her initial court appearance (4-19-2019)
Fremont Officer AmbushedFremont police are reviewing hours of footage from officers' dash- and body-worn cameras following a deadly confrontation with an armed man on Thursday night. Devin Fehely reports. (4-19-19)
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3 Renowned Climbers, 1 American, Presumed Dead After Banff AvalanchePoor weather is delaying the effort to recover the bodies of three renowned climbers. It's believed they were killed in a landslide in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Anne Makovec reports. (4-19-19)
Ad Campaign Opposing State Housing Bill Called Racist, OffensiveCritics call ads opposing state legislation for construction of new housing near public transit ploys to stir up resentment from African Americans. Melissa Caen reports. (4-19-19)
Claims of Fentanyl-Laced Marijuana at S.F. 4/20 Celebration QuestionedSan Francisco city officials are warning people ahead of Saturday's 4-20 party in Golden Gate Park. KPIX 5's Wilson Walker asked Health Dept. officials if there was any hard evidence that fentanyl-contamination of marijuana has happened at past events. (4- 19-19)

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