Presidential Candidate Tom Steyer Serves Breakfast, Discusses Housing Plan In San FranciscoBillionaire 2020 presidential candidate Tom Steyer served up breakfast and discussed his housing plan at Glide Memorial Church in San Francisco on Tuesday. Wilson Walker reports. (11-26-2019)
Changes To Federal Food Aid Rules Could Leave Bay Area College Students HungryBig changes could be coming to a federal program that provides food assistance to Bay Area college students. Len Ramirez reports many students may get cut off, if they don't have a job, or work enough hours.
California Takes Steps to Force Registration of Homemade 'Ghost Guns'The use of homemade firearms is part of a growing and dangerous trend -- one that a new law signed by Gov. Newsom is meant to counteract. Allen Martin reports. (11-21-19)
Protesters Arrested As Conservative Author Ann Coulter Makes Berkeley AppearanceThere were arrests and protests in a free speech showdown as conservative author Ann Coulter spoke at UC Berkeley. Joe Vazquez reports. (11-20-2019)
Demonstrators March To Keep Ann Coulter From Speaking At UC BerkeleyProtests have begun at UC Berkeley ahead of a scheduled speech by conservative commentator Ann Coulter. Police barricades were at the ready as groups of anti-fascist protesters vowed to keep Coulter from speaking. Joe Vazquez reports. (11-20-2019)
Santa Cruz Considers Decriminalizing 'Magic Mushrooms'Santa Cruz is on track to become the third city in the country to decriminalize psychedelic plants. Kiet Do reports. (11-14-19)
VP Pence Lands In Mountain View As Trump Impeachment Hearings Begin, Will Tour NASA AmesVice President Mike Pence arrived at Moffett Field Wednesday night to an eager crowd on his two-day visit to California. Maria Medina reports. (11-13-2019)
Bay Area High Schoolers Walk Out Of Class To Support DACA DreamersBay Area students walked out of class Tuesday to defend DACA in rallies across the country as the President Trump's bid to end protections for young immigrants reached the Supreme Court. Len Ramirez reports. (11-12-2019)
Supreme Court Hearing To Decide Fate Of 800K DACA Recipients Set To BeginOn Tuesday, a historic Supreme Court hearing could decide the fate of DACA recipients--around 200,000 Californians included. Joe Vázquez reports. (11-11-2019)
Elizabeth Warren's New Campaign Office Opens In OaklandThe Democratic presidential candidate's first California office opened in Oakland on Sunday. Volunteers got to work right away, running a canvas launch and training sessions for supporters who want to get involved in Warren's campaign. (11-10-2019 )
Mayor Breed's Endorsement Of Loftus May Have Backfired In SF DA RaceThe race for San Francisco's District Attorney was in a dead heat on election night. Progressive candidate Chesa Boudin officially beat opponent Suzy Loftus over the weekend. Loftus' backing by Mayor Breed may have backfired. Devin Fehely reports. (11-10-2019)
Swalwell: Trump Ran 'Extortion Scheme' on Ukraine PresidentBay Area Congressman Eric Swalwell said Sunday that lawmakers have amassed enough evidence from current and former administration officials to prove Pres. Trump participated in an "extortion scheme" to pressure the Ukrainian government. (11-10-19)
Boudin Declairs Victory As Loftus Concedes In Race For SF District AttorneySuzy Loftus conceded the race to become San Francisco's next district attorney, congratulating Chesa Boudin Saturday afternoon after a tight race.
Friday Developments in the Impeachment InquiryTestimony from President Trump's former Russia adviser, Fiona Hill, and Army Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman have brought the Ukraine scandal to the president's top aide. Bofta Yimam reports. (11-8-19)
Marin Wildfire Prevention Authority to Be Funded by Parcel TaxNext March, Marin County property owners will vote on a new parcel tax to fund wildfire prevention efforts, an issue that has been on the minds of residents. John Ramos 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)
SF Supervisor At Podium As Crowd Chants 'F*** The POA' At Election PartyAt an election party for San Francisco DA candidate Chesa Boudin, the crowd began to raise middle fingers and chant profanities at the city's police union, the POA. Standing at the podium was Supervisor Sandra Fewer, among others. Joe Vazquez reports. (11-6-2019)
Winner Of Tight San Francisco DA Race Still Days From Being AnnouncedThe San Francisco District Attorney race is still too close to call Wednesday, although Suzy Loftus slightly led over Chesa Boudin. A winner may still be days away. Wilson Walker reports. (11-6-2019)
Mayor's Race, E-Cigarettes, Housing Initiatives At Center Of Busy San Francisco BallotElection Day is just days away and San Francisco city leaders and activists gathered Sunday afternoon to get out the vote. Voters will decide on half a dozen ballot measures, including an e-cigarette ban and big housing initiatives. Emily Turner reports. (11-3-2019)
Truck Owner-Operators Plan Protests Against California Gig Economy BillAB 5, a California bill aimed at reforming working conditions for gig economy employees, is leaving some truck drivers concerned it could upend their businesses and plunge them into bankruptcy. Devin Fehely reports. (11-3-2019)
Trump Slams Newsom, Threatens To Cut Fed Funding For California WildfiresPresident Trump is slamming Governor Gavin Newsom over his handling of recent wildfires in California, once again threatening to cut federal aid. (11-3-2019)
Gov. Newsom, San Jose Mayor Demand Accountability from PG&ECalifornia's governor and San Jose's mayor were both talking tough against PG&E on Friday with Gov. Newsom going so far as to suggest a state takeover of the beleaguered utility. Devin Fehely reports. (11-1-19)
Pelosi Says Congress Couldn't Ignore Duty to Investigate Impeaching TrumpFor the fourth time in history Congress will begin impeachment hearings against a sitting U.S. president. Maria Medina reports. (10-31-19)
Affordable Housing At The Ballot Box: More Politics Than Progress?Politicians in San Francisco say Propositions A and E will have a significant impact on the city’s ability to build much needed affordable housing, but even some supporters say Prop E is overhyped. Susie Steimle reports. (10-30-2019)

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