PG&E officials say they'll begin shutting off power to parts of the North Bay around 6 a.m. Wednesday. The strongest winds are expected in the 10 a.m. hour. Joe Vazquez reports. (11-19-2019)

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PG&E To Begin Shutting Down Power In North Bay Wednesday MorningPG&E officials say they'll begin shutting off power to parts of the North Bay around 6 a.m. Wednesday. The strongest winds are expected in the 10 a.m. hour. Joe Vazquez reports. (11-19-2019)
PG&E Potential Shutoff Could Put 300K Customers In The Dark WednesdayPG&E officials are saying they may turn off power again, which would make it the fourth time in two months that thousands are left in the dark. Joe Vazquez reports. (11-18-2019)
PG&E May Shut Off Power To Thousands Due To High Risk Fire Conditions WednesdayHigh winds are in the forecast for Wednesday, meaning PG&E may be forced to shut off power to tens of thousands in the Bay Area this week. Andria Borba reports. (11-17-2019)
PG&E: High Wind Event Could Prompt Power Shutoffs In North Bay, Sierra This WeekPG&E is warning of another potential power shutoff in many Northern California counties starting Wednesday due to a high wind event. Betty Yu reports. (11-17-2019)
Kaiser CEO Bernard Tyson's Legacy, Compassion Remembered In OaklandLast week, the medical community was stunned by the news that Kaiser Permanente CEO Bernard Tyson died in his sleep at 60 years of age. Family and friends gathered in Oakland Sunday to reflect on his legacy. John Ramos reports. (11-17-2019)
'Upside Down Tea' In San Francisco Adds Twist To English TraditionVirgin Hotels SF hosted Upside Down Tea, an event to turn the English high tea tradition on its head with boozy tea concoctions. (11-16-2019)
Kristi Yamaguchi Opens Holiday Skating Rink in San RamonKPIX 5 meteorologist Darren Peck talked with Olympic gold skater Kristi Yamaguchi on Friday night in San Ramon. (11-15-19)
Judge to Decide Future of S.F. Embarcadero Homeless Navigation CenterIn San Francisco the bitter battle over a homeless navigation center on the Embarcadero is now in the hands of a judge. Wilson Walker reports. (11-14-19)
San Francisco Residents Rally Against Evictions Of Aging Local Celebrity, Popular CafeNeighbors in North Beach are rallying to oppose two-high profile evictions, one of an aging local celebrity and the other of a popular corner cafe. Joe Vazquez reports. (11-13-2019)
South Bay Teen's Art Class Helps Special Needs Students Reach Creative PotentialA South Bay teenager is helping special needs students celebrate their uniqueness and reach their full creative potential. Sharon Chin introduces us to this week's Bay Area Jefferson Award winner. (11-13-2019)
Berkeley Officials May Have Change Of Heart On Traffic Circle TreesBerkeley elected officials met Tuesday to determine the fate of a number of mature trees growing in traffic circles that were going to be cut down, but it seems the city may have had a change of heart. John Ramos reports. (11-12-2019)
South Bay Program Helps Homeless Vets Find A HomeA South Bay program to help homeless veterans has been a tremendous success.Over 1,600 vets have been housed over the past four years. Devin Fehely reports. (11-11-2019)
Vallejo Community Questions If Off-Duty Officer Who Fatally Shot Man Got Special TreatmentA Vallejo man was shot and killed Sunday evening by an off-duty Richmond police officer in what witnesses say was a dispute over a parking space. The community is questioning whether the officer got special treatment due to his position. John Ramos reports. (11-11-2019)
Pleasanton Community Donates To Vet, Wife After Thief Drives Off With Life PossessionsDecorated army veteran Jonathan Munoz and his wife were just arriving in the Bay Area to start a new life when all their possessions were stolen from the parking lot of the Doubletree Hotel in Pleasanton. Kiet Do reports. (11-10-2019)
1 Dead In Officer-Involved Shooting During Traffic Stop On Hwy. 85 In SaratogaA deadly officer involved shooting brought traffic to a crawl on Highway 85, in the Saratoga. Andrea Nakano tells us, the officer shot and killed a man wanted on a warrant.
National First Generation College Day Celebrated at Santa Clara UniversityStudents and faculty at Santa Clara University took time to celebrate those who are the first in their families to attend a four-year college or university. (11-8-19)
San Jose Negotiates Tricky Path to Future GrowthSan Jose drew a line in the dirt in Coyote Valley stopping decades of sprawl. At the same time, it broke ground on what will be its biggest and tallest buildings yet. Len Ramirez reports. (11-8-19)
Paradise Community Gathers on Anniversary of Camp FireFriday marks one year since the deadliest wildfire in state history ripped through the Butte County community of Paradise. Wilson Walker reports. (11-8-19)
3 Young Bay Area Innovators Take Top Prizes In Nationwide STEM CompetitionThree young Bay Area innovators just took home awards in the Broadcom MASTERS STEM competition for middle schoolers. Mary Lee spoke to the the young scientists who took home the top prizes in their categories. (11-8-2019)
City of Martinez Makes Progress Convincing Homeless to Accept HelpMartinez has received awards for its work to help the homeless and its efforts go beyond making arrests or moving encampments. The goal is to get people off the streets for good. Andrea Nakano reports. (11-7-19)
Proposal to Consolidate Santa Clara City Districts Set for March VoteSanta Clara may be split into three districts if voters approve on March 3. Kiet Do reports. (11-7-19)
BART Pony's Trainer Takes Her To Movies, Restaurants"Sweets," the pony spotted on BART on Tuesday, is a support animal in training. Her owner Vanessa Gilliam brings her to all sorts of places, including BART trains, outdoor restaurant patios and even the movies! (11-6-2019)
Airbnb To Make Critical Changes After Deadly Orinda Halloween ShootingThe aftermath of a deadly Halloween party shooting in Orinda is now impacting the way Airbnb does business. The company hopes the changes it's making will protect both the host and the renters in the future. Andrea Nakano reports. (11-6-2019)
Newly Renovated Point Reyes Lighthouse Set To Open This WeekendAfter several months and nearly $6 million in renovations, the historic lighthouse at Point Reyes National Seashore is set to open to the public. Don Ford reports. (11-6-2019)

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