Protesters took over an Oakland Unified School District Board meeting on Wednesday night in a very unusual demonstration. Joe Vazquez reports. (12-11-2019)

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Protesters Read Like Dr. Seuss, Sing Christmas Carols At OUSD Board MeetingProtesters took over an Oakland Unified School District Board meeting on Wednesday night in a very unusual demonstration. Joe Vazquez reports. (12-11-2019)
World's First All-Electric Fire Engine Unveiled By Menlo Park Fire DistrictThe Menlo Park Fire Protection District fire chief showed off the world's first all-electric fire engine Wednesday evening and announced plans to add one to the department's fleet by the end of 2021. Maria Medina reports. (12-11-2019)
A Housing Solution Success Story: Nonprofits Buy Buildings To Prevent DisplacementIt’s a San Francisco success story: nonprofits are increasingly buying buildings citywide to prevent displacement of rent controlled tenants. Susie Steimle reports. (12-11-2019)
San Francisco Supervisor Hears From Residents After Severe Flooding In West PortalLast weekend, San Francisco's West Portal neighborhood was submerged under 2.5 feet of water due to a heavy storm. Frustrated residents felt the city didn't respond quickly enough. Andrea Nakano reports. (12-11-2019)
Michael Bloomberg Talks Climate Change With Former Gov. Brown In San Francisco2020 Presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg was in the Bay Area Wednesday. He and former CA governor Jerry Brown talked climate change at a conference in San Francisco. Andria Borba reports. (12-11-2019)
Lafayette Officials Turn To Trappers For Help With Wild Pig ProblemDon Ford reports on Lafayette working with trappers, Fish and Wildlife to solve wild pig problem (12-11-2019)
Napa Woman's Medical Supply Donation Center Gives Much-Needed Equipment AccessFor helping others gain access to the care and medical equipment they might otherwise have to do without, this week's Jefferson Award in the Bay Area goes to Yvonne Baginski. (12-11-2019)
Growing Homeless Population In Santa Rosa Puts Strain On Emergency RoomsWith two massive wildfires, skyrocketing housing costs and, now, a growing homeless problem in Sonoma County, some people are reaching their breaking point. When they do, many of them end up in hospital emergency rooms. John Ramos reports. (12-11-2019)
Oakland Official Proposes Using Cruise Ship To House HomelessOakland City Council president Rebecca Kaplan has proposed bringing in a cruise ship to help ease the city's growing housing and homelessness crisis. Kiet Do reports. (12/11/19)
Report: Sharks Fire Head Coach Pete DeBoer Amid Losing StreakDennis O'Donnell reports on the San Jose Sharks fire head coach Deboer.
Feds Tie Drugs Sold In Tenderloin To Fatal Overdose In Santa RosaWilson Walker reports on federal authorities cracking down on drug dealing in San Francisco's Tenderloin (12-11-2019)
Accused Killer Of Monterey County Girl Waives Jury Trial, Appeal Two Decades After MurderA man has waived his right to a trial and appeal in a 1999 cold case murder of a 13-year-old girl found dead in Monterey County in exchange for prosecutors dropping pursuit of the death penalty. Len Ramirez reports.(12/11/19)
Feds Want San Francisco Police To Cooperate In Crack Down On Tenderloin Drug SalesAnne Makovec reports on U.S. Attorney David Anderson calling for wider enforcement to stop drug sales in SF's Tenderloin (12-11-2019)
Golden State Favorites Join California Hall Of Fame In SacramentoThe stars were out in Sacramento Tuesday night as new members joined the California Hall of Fame, including an Olympic soccer star from San Jose. Other notable inductees were Tony Hawk, George Lopez, RuPaul and Wolfgang Puck. CBS Sacramento's Rachel Wulff reports. (12-10-2019)
Facing Deportation, East Bay Woman With Rare Genetic Disease Allowed To Stay In U.S.Isabel Bueso, an East Bay woman with a rare genetic disorder who is facing deportation, won a major victory in her fight to stay in the county. Betty Yu reports. (12-10-2019)
Oracle OpenWorld Opts Out Of High-Priced San Francisco; Massive Convention Heads To VegasIn a major hit to San Francisco's hospitality industry, one of its largest annual conventions is leaving the City by the Bay and headed to Sin City. Oracle Corp. is relocating its massive OpenWorld technology convention to the new Caesars Forum conference center slated to open on the Las Vegas Strip next year. Joe Vazquez reports. (12-10-2019)
South Bay Law Enforcement Agencies Say They Didn't Cooperate With ICE This YearSanta Clara County supervisors held an annual meeting Tuesday night to inform the public about whether local law enforcement agencies had cooperated with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents in the last year. Maria Medina reports. (12-10-2019)
PG&E Using High-Powered Heli-Saw To Trim Trees Away From Power LinesIt sounds like something out of a horror movie. PG&E's Heli-Saw has been described as a flying chainsaw. But as Don Ford tells us, its a welcome sight for people in fire country.
SJ Mayor Liccardo Defends Endorsement Of Billionaire Bloomberg For PresidentSan Jose mayor Sam Liccardo is putting his political clout behind former New York mayor Mike Bloomberg. As Len Ramirez tells us, he is ignoring the critics.
Police Search For Dogs Sold Before Stolen Pet Transport Van Was RecoveredDevin Fehely reports on police looking for two bulldog puppies sold from pet transport van stolen in Fremont (12-10-2019)
Contra Costa Supervisors Select Prospective Operators To Apply For Cannabis Business PermitsContra Costa County supervisors on Tuesday gave just four out of 40 cannabis operators the green light to apply for business permits. Wilson Walker reports. (12-10-2019)
UC Santa Cruz Grad Student Workers Withhold Final Grades, Strike Enters Day 2UC Santa Cruz graduate students are on strike, demanding a monthly raise so that they can afford housing. Around 400 grad students are ready to withhold turning in their final grades as the semester winds down. Kiet Do reports. (12-10-2019)
Bay Area Coffee Company To Move To Zero Waste By Next YearJackie Ward reports on Blue Bottle Cafe announcing plan to eliminate disposable paper cups by 2020 (12-10-2019)
Warriors Invite Gilroy Garlic Festival Shooting Survivors To Game, Kerr MeetingDuring Monday's Warriors game against the Memphis Grizzlies, a special group of survivors and their families cheered on the Dubs. The Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting victims also watched the pregame shootaround courtside. Betty Yu reports. (12-9-2019)

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