A sprawling homeless camp in Alameda County could force a Home Depot to close down. Oakland mayor Libby Schaaf is offering a new solution to restore order. Susie Steimle reports. (6-13-19)

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Burgeoning Homeless Population Threatens Oakland Economic DevelopmentA sprawling homeless camp in Alameda County could force a Home Depot to close down. Oakland mayor Libby Schaaf is offering a new solution to restore order. Susie Steimle reports. (6-13-19)
Lafayette Neighborhood Hit by Repeated Power Outages During Heat WaveAs temperatures soared, residents in Lafayette experienced power outages that seemed to come like clockwork. John Ramos reports. (6-13-19)
Wildfire Near Morgan Hill Quickly Grows To 210 AcresJoe Vazquez reports on fire breaking out in Santa Clara County near Morgan Hill (6-9-2019)
KPIX 5 News @ 6 p.m.BART unveiled an Oscar Grant mural and street sign at Oakland's Fruitvale station Saturday. BART leaders say it's one way to acknowledge their mistake and to honor Grant. While his family is appreciative they told KPIX 5's Da Lin they want the station renamed after Oscar. (6-8-19)
Oakland's Kaiser Elementary School on the Chopping BlockHenry J. Kaiser Elementary School in Oakland is set to be merged with another school. Parents from both schools packed a meeting Saturday and KPIX 5's Melissa Caen says they're angry and skeptical of the plan. (6-8-19)
Soccer Team Says Santa Rosa Park Where Shooting Occurred Dangerous GroundJacobs Park in Santa Rosa is quiet now, one day after 4 people -- including an 11-year-old -- were wounded by gunfire on Wednesday. But the soccer team that practices there says it's not safe any more. Joe Vazquez reports. (6-6-19)
Crews Begin Clearing Homeless Tree House Dwellings in FremontThe occupants of 5 to 6 ramshackle tree houses built on private industrial park near Stevenson Boulevard and I-880 in Fremont are facing eviction. Andrea Nakano reports. (5-30-19)
San Jose Students Vie for $1 Million Prize for Ocean ResearchA group of students from Valley Christian High School in San Jose are on their way to Monaco. They'll find out if they've won a $1 million prize in an international competition to invent new ways to map the ocean floor. Sharon Chin reports. (5-30-19)
Carnaval San Francisco 2019 - Segment Six (1:30 - 2 pm)Segment 6 of the full webcast of the 2019 San Francisco Carnaval Parade with Joe Vazquez, Michelle Griego and Roberto Hernandez. (5-26-19)

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Carnaval San Francisco 2019 - Segment Five (1 - 1:30 pm)Segment 5 of the full webcast of the 2019 San Francisco Carnaval Parade with Joe Vazquez, Michelle Griego and Roberto Hernandez. (5-26-19)
Carnaval San Francisco 2019 - Segment Four (noon - 1pm)Segment 4 of the full webcast of the 2019 San Francisco Carnaval Parade with Joe Vazquez, Michelle Griego and Roberto Hernandez. (5-26-19)
Carnaval San Francisco 2019 - Segment Three (11 - noon)Segment 3 of the full webcast of the 2019 San Francisco Carnaval Parade with Joe Vazquez, Michelle Griego and Roberto Hernandez. (5-26-19)
Carnaval San Francisco 2019 - Segment Two (10:30 - 11 am)Segment 2 of the full webcast of the 2019 San Francisco Carnaval Parade with Joe Vazquez, Michelle Griego and Roberto Hernandez. (5-26-19)
Carnaval San Francisco 2019 - Segment One (10 - 10:30 am)Segment 1 of the full webcast of the 2019 San Francisco Carnaval Parade with Joe Vazquez, Michelle Griego and Roberto Hernandez. (5-26-19)
Fresno Challenges Gilroy for Garlic Capital TitleA good-natured battle is brewing between Gilroy and Fresno over which California city deserves the title "Garlic Capital." Len Ramirez reports. (5-24-19)
Carnaval San Francisco: Low-Riders Will Lead the ParadeSan Francisco's big Carnaval parade is set to take over the Mission District this Sunday and KPIX 5's Joe Vazquez takes a look at the low-rider lifestyle that helped define Bay Area Latino culture. (5-24-19)
Vallejo Residents Sound Off on Search for New Police ChiefThe city of Vallejo needs to hire a new chief of police and residents Thursday weighed in on the qualifications and characteristics they want in their top cop. Juliette Goodrich reports. (5-23-19)
Planned South Bay Islamic Center Up for Planning Commission VoteA Santa Clara County Islamic group's long fight to build a mosque and cemetery in San Martin might be finally coming to an end. Len Ramirez reports. (5-23-19)
Dublin Officials Decline to Fly Rainbow Pride Flag at City HallDublin city leaders voted down a plan to raise the rainbow flag at city hall during Pride month. John Ramos reports. (5-23-19)
Mission Neighborhood Center Serves Over 3,000 Families In SFSan Francisco's Mission District is under pressure from rising rents and gentrification. But for decades, one nonprofit organization, led by Sam Ruiz, has been steadfast in its effort to provide services to the people in the Mission. Allen Martin reports. (5-22-2019)
Wrongfully Convicted Man Works to Help Other Innocent VictimsKPIX 5's Christin Ayers spoke with Quedillis "Rick" Walker who is helping a wrongfully-convicted man in Santa Clara County. (5-17-19)
Alamo Residents Annoyed by Trump Campaign Flag's ProfanityA man in Alamo flying a Trump 2020 flag insists it's his free-speech right but his neighbors say it's inappropriate. Christin Ayers reports. (5-9-19)
Hundreds Attend Wildfire Preparedness Forum in Marin CountyIn the North Bay fire officials and local leaders hosted a wildfire forum to educate residents about how to prepare in the event of a massive wildfire. Devin Fehely reports. (5-4-19)
As Ramadan Begins, Bay Area Mosques Step Up SecurityBay Area mosques are stepping up security as they enter Ramadan, the holiest month in the Islamic religion. Maria Medina reports. (5-3-19)
AC Transit Construction Disrupting Business on International BlvdSome small business owners in Alameda County say an AC Transit project is driving them out of business. Christin Ayers reports. (5-3-19)
National Parkinson Foundation's Annual Moving Day Event Returns to S.F. Justin Herman Plaza on SundaySunday morning at Justin Herman Plaza in San Francisco you can help fight Parkinson disease and "keep moving." Vern Glenn reports. (5-3-19)
Low Vaccination Rates Found at Bay Area Private SchoolsKPIX found kindergartens in three Bay Area counties where fewer than 50 percent of students are immunized against measles -- all are small private schools or charters. Melissa Caen reports. (5-3-19)
High School in Gilroy Recognized as Among Nation's BestThe Dr. TJ Owens Early College Academy in Gilroy has been ranked 42nd in the nation and first in the Bay Area among public high schools. Len Ramirez reports. (5-3-19)
High School Journalists Allowed to Publish Profile of Student Porn ActressThe Lodi Unified School District will allow a Stockton high school newspaper to publish a profile of an 18-year-old student who works in the porn industry. Susie Steimle reports. (5-3-19)

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