$300K Reward To Catch Arsonist In String Of E. Bay Construction Fires
Amid a string of residential construction fires from Emeryville to Concord, Wilson Walker tells us Oakland's mayor announced a $300,000 reward for information leading to an arson conviction.

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Sausalito Declares Emergency After Homes Demolished in MudslideAs the city council declared a local emergency Monday, several landslide survivors, who are now homeless, came to get answers. Anne Makovec reports. (2-18-19)
Oakland Teachers Union Calls for Feb. 21 StrikeAt a Saturday press conference, Oakland Education Association president Keith Brown said that Oakland Unified School District was “failing its students” and said that bargaining with the district “has not worked” calling on teachers to strike on Thursday, Feb. 21. (2-16-19)
Oakland Continues Cleanup of Lake Merritt Homeless CampOakland has just completed a two-day sweep of homeless encampments around Lake Merritt. The city believes a recent legal decision enables it to take down the camps and deal with a spiraling homeless problem. Wilson Walker reports. (2-15-19)
City of Oakland Clears Homeless from Lake MerrittCity of Oakland workers spent the Valentine's Day evicting more than a dozen homeless people who have been camping by Lake Merritt. Susie Steimle reports. (2-14-19)
Bridge Closure Creates Epic Traffic Jam in Downtown San FranciscoThe Richmond-San Rafael was closed Thursday afternoon after large chunks of concrete fell from the upper deck and that led to gridlock on San Francisco streets. Susie Steimle reports. (2-7-19)
Civic, Business Leaders Tout Hovercraft Ferry Service for Bay Area TransitA group of business and civic leaders said Friday they're trying to get hovercraft as a new mode of transportation to get around the Bay Area. Maria Medina reports. (2-1-19)

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