Oakland 'Love Life' Welcome Sign Stolen
A sign that welcomed visitors to Oakland has been stolen and the father who fought for years to put it up as a tribute to his slain daughter is desperate to get it back. Christin Ayers reports. (8-8-18)

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South Bay School Shows Off Long-Awaited RenovationsKPIX 5's Devin Fehely was at Franklin Elementary in San Jose Saturday as students and parents go a look at the multimillion-dollar upgrades. (8-18-18)
Pet of the Week: Pookie Needs a New HomeDevin Fehely welcomes Jacqueline Pittel from the S.F. SPCA and Pookie, a terrier mix, to KPIX studios. Adoption info at: sfspca.org/adoptions
Redwood City Residents Oppose Coffee Stand's Bikini-Clad BaristasA Peninsula neighborhood is trying to shut down plans to open a new drive-through coffee operation where customers are served by scantily-clad baristas. Opponents say they’re not anti-business but argue the baristas wearing bikinis at Pink Pantherz Espresso are too hot to handle. Maria Medina reports. (8-17-18)
New Lane for Bikes Draws Gripes from San Jose CommutersThe city of San Jose wants to change a well- traveled road on the east side of town. The point is to expand access for cyclists and improve safety for everyone but, as KPIX 5's Len Ramirez found out, it's running into a lot of resistance. (8-17-18)
Fellow Officers, Family Pay Tribute to CHP Officer Killed In Fairfield CrashCalifornia Highway Patrol motorcycle Officer Kirk Griess, a 19-year veteran, was remembered during a memorial service today as a devoted family man, a “cop’s cop” and a “beach blond porcupine” for his perfect hair with silver tips that earned him the nickname “Hollywood.” (8-17-18)
New Oakland Art Gallery Celebrates Black Women ArtistsNamed for its founder, Oakland's Ashara Ekundayo Gallery is a first-of-its-kind art gallery in the Bay Area that celebrates the creativity of black women. Christin Ayers reports. (8-16-18)

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