With a unanimous vote Wednesday night, the AC Transit board decided to consider the idea once again to have a lane just for buses in both directions of the Bay Bridge. Andrea Nakano reports. (1-22-2020)

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AC Transit To Consider Bus-Only Lane On Bay Bridge After Unanimous VoteWith a unanimous vote Wednesday night, the AC Transit board decided to consider the idea once again to have a lane just for buses in both directions of the Bay Bridge. Andrea Nakano reports. (1-22-2020)
SF Supe Declares Public Health Emergency As Fatal Drug Overdoses SpikeAccording to the San Francisco medical examiner, 290 people died of fentanyl or heroin related overdoses in 2019. Supervisor Matt Haney, whose district encompasses some of the hardest hit areas, declared a public health emergency. Andria Borba reports. (1-22-2020)
Nonprofit CEO Is Driving Force In Helping North Marin FamiliesThis week's Jefferson Award winner's leadership was key to the successful merger of two long time local nonprofits. The end result tremendously improved client services for one lucky Bay Area community. Allen Martin reports. (1-22-2020)
Passengers From Wuhan Halted From Flying To SFO Due To CoronavirusDue to the spike in cases of the mysterious Coronavirus, public transportation including train, ferry and air travel out of Wuhan, China has been shut down until further notice. Kiet Do reports. (1-22-2020)
Packed Crowd Fights To Keep Chick-fil-A Out Of Campbell NeighborhoodThe Campbell City Council chambers were filled Tuesday night as opponents of a proposed Chick-fil-A restaurant in their city voiced their concerns. Andrea Nakano reports. (1-21-2020)
Aging San Francisco Ficus Trees Causing Standoff Between City, ResidentsDozens of aging Ficus trees in San Francisco are posing a public safety risk, the city says. Residents are fighting to keep the streets green, but trying to keep the dying trees might actually prevent the city from getting new ones planted. Wilson Walker reports. (1-21-2020)
San Carlos Church Steps Up Security At 1st Service Since Violent Threats By PastorThe San Carlos church at the center of violent threats by a pastor held its first Sunday service since details of the case came to light. Kiet Do reports. (1-19-2020)
Benicia, Finalist In Business Makeover TV Show, Excited To Be In National SpotlightLast Tuesday, a Bay Area city was named a finalist in a competition to win a downtown business makeover as part of a national TV show. Now people are voting to put Benicia in the national spotlight. John Ramos reports. (1-19-2020)
Jefferson Awards: Amy Wender-HochMeet Amy Wender-Hoch: as a child, she was inspired by the encouraging words of a pro quarterback who took the time to chat with her. Today, she harnesses athletes’ star power to encourage underserved children to believe in themselves. (1-15-20)
Supervisor Dean Preston Plans To Shake Up Housing Policy In San FranciscoJust when you thought San Francisco couldn't lean any further to the left politically, voters elected Dean Preston, a democratic socialist, to the Board of Supervisors. Susie Steimle reports. (1-15-2020)
Parents, School Board Upset As Martinez Votes To Open Pot Dispensary Near High SchoolDespite vocal opposition, the Martinez City Council voted Wednesday to move ahead with a plan to place a marijuana dispensary within 1,000 feet of Alhambra High School. Andrea Nakano reports. (1-15-2020)
Specialized Weather Radar Will Help South Bay Deal With Major Storms, FloodingA South Bay water district will have a unique view on future storms.The highly specialized radar will help officials see where exactly heavy rain is falling. Don Ford reports. (1-15-2020)
Home Invasion Crimes In San Leandro, San Francisco Possibly LinkedInvestigators are looking into a possible link between two home invasions on opposite sides of the bay--one in San Leandro and the other in San Francisco. Andria Borba reports. (1-15-2020)
Sonoma Co. Supes Vote To Open Emergency Homeless Shelter In Los GuilicosThe Sonoma County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to open up an emergency homeless shelter near the juvenile detention center in Los Guilicos, a location many say is impractical. Andrea Nakano reports. (1-14-2020)
Moms 4 Housing Contemplate Next Move After Eviction From Vacant Oakland HomeSurrounded by supporters Tuesday night, the Moms 4 Housing held a barbecue outside the fences of an Oakland home, which they were forcibly evicted from early Tuesday morning. Joe Vazquez reports. (1-14-2020)
Woman Says Sonoma Co. Gave Her Notice To Move Out Of House Bought For HomelessThe Sonoma County Board of Supervisors voted to buy two homes to provide shelter for dozens of homeless. Andria Borba spoke to a Santa Rosa woman who says one of those homes was hers. (1-14-2020)
Oakland Launches Homelessness AuditAn audit of homelessness services looks to determine just how many encampments there are and if clearing them is the best use of public money. Susie Steimle reports. (1-13-2020)
Petaluma Town Hall Held To Discuss Man Choked To Death By Sonoma Co. DeputySeveral dozen community members gathered here at a county building in Petaluma to discuss the choking death of a Sonoma County man at the hands of a sheriff deputy. Joe Vazquez reports. (1-13-2020)
Man Shot Dead In Hayward; City's 2nd Homicide In As Many DaysViolence has spilled into 2020 as Hayward sees two murders in two days, right after the city experienced two murders within hours in December. Andrea Nakano reports. (1-13-2020)
BART Begins Increased Police Patrols On Trains, At StationsBART is ramping up security to five riders greater peace of mind, and they're doing that by increasing the police presence on trains and inside the stations. John Ramos reports. (1-13-2020)
San Francisco Neighborhood Health Clinics Begin Rare Renovation ProcessThree years after the approval of Measure A, a major renovation project is underway for three of San Francisco’s neighborhood health clinics and officials say the benefits will be felt by the entire city. John Ramos reports. (1-12-2020)
Stanford Blood Center Asks For Donations During Critical Supply ShortageBlood supply at the Stanford Blood Center is at a critically low level, prompting an "immediate need" for all blood types and products, officials said. (1-12-20)
Sunnyvale Poverty Simulation Seminar Gives Community Leaders a Feel for HomelessnessSunnyvale community leaders met for a "poverty simulator" session Saturday where they took on the role of a person living below the poverty line. Devin Fehely reports. (1-11-20)
Time Running Out for Homeless Camped Along Sonoma County Hiking TrailSonoma County will clear sprawling illegal encampments along the Joe Rodota Trail between Santa Rosa and Sebastopol by the end of January. Andrea Nakano reports. (1-10-20)

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