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Burning Man Art Stolen with Truck, Trailer in West OaklandAn artist's prized creations were stolen, along with his truck, just days before they were set to be displayed at Burning Man.
California Enacts Law On Police Use Of Lethal Force Only When 'Necessary'California is changing its standards for when police can kill under a law signed Monday by Gov. Gavin Newsom, as it tries to deter police shootings of young minority men that have roiled the nation.
San Francisco's Proposed Bayview District Homeless Navigation Center Draws Support, OppositionA proposed homeless navigation center in San Francisco's Bayview District is drawing responses from both sides of the issue.
Ghost Ship Fire Trial Jury Changes Leave Legal Experts StunnedThree jurors were dismissed in the Oakland Ghost Ship fire trial Monday.
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Local Concerned North Bay PG&E Tree Trimming Could Increase Fire RiskJohn Ramos reports on issues one man is raising about redwood trimming by PG&E (8-19-2019)
New Mountain View School Holds First Day Of Classes Without Permanent Power SupplyA brand new school in Mountain View held classes despite a lack of permanent power for the campus.
San Francisco Condo Attack Suspect Charged With Second AssaultWilson Walker reports on new criminal charge leveled against San Francisco assault suspect (8-19-2019)
Contra Costa County CHP Announce Investigation Into East Bay SideshowsKen Bastida reports on CHP in Contra Costa County pursuing charges in connection with three separate sideshows (8-19-2019)

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Jurors Dismissed From Ghost Ship Fire TrialThree jurors were dismissed Monday by Alameda County Superior Court Judge Trina Thompson for apparent misconduct during the Ghost Ship fire trial. Juliette Goodrich reports. (8/19/19)
San Jose Begins Major Street Repaving ProjectOver the next nine years, the City of San Jose will repave and repair its entire 1,400-mile local and residential street network. Kiet Do reports. (8/19/19)
Magnetic Pouches Lock Up Students' Cellphones At San Mateo High SchoolThe school day begins and ends at San Mateo High School with a brand new ritual -- the unlocking of a magnetic pouch that stores students' phones, effectively keeping the devices out their hands and hopefully off their minds during class. Devin Fehely reports. (8/19/19)
Antonio Brown Returns To Training Camp After Raiders UltimatumA day after Oakland general manager Mike Mayock issued an "all in or all out" ultimatum, star receiver Antonio Brown was back in the Raiders training camp.
GHOST SHIP TRIAL: Jurors dismissed for misconductThree jurors were dismissed Monday by Alameda County Superior Court Judge Trina Thompson for apparent misconduct during the Ghost Ship fire trial. (8/19/19)
MCM Store Robbed In San Francisco's Union SquareThieves targeted another high-end shop in San Francisco's Union Square shopping district.
Raw Video: Newsom Signs Bill Changing Police Use Of Force StandardsSurrounded by relatives of people killed in police shootings, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed AB392, which implements the strongest standards on when officers can use deadly force. (8/19/19)
Alameda High Reopens After $60 Million RenovationJackie Ward reports on Alameda High School reopening to students after being closed for over 40 years (8-19-2019)
San Francisco Condo Attack Suspect Austin Vincent Charged In Second AssaultEmily Turner reports on new charge leveled against San Francisco assault suspect (8-19-2019)
Historic Alameda High School Building Reopens To StudentsAfter being closed for years due to earthquake concerns, a historic building at Alameda High School is once again holding classes after a major renovation. Jackie Ward reports. (8/19/19)
Pedestrian Hit, Killed In Overnight Crash In FremontA pedestrian was fatally struck early Monday morning on Paseo Padre Parkway in Downtown Fremont. Katie Nielsen reports. (8/19/19)
BART Director Considers Ban On PanhandlersBART Director Debora Allen says that among the areas of dissatisfaction for riders, panhandling is one she gets consistent, negative feedback about on a weekly basis.
Vandals Strike Vallejo School On Day Before Classes ResumeA Vallejo school was hit by vandals on the day before classes resume after the summer break.
Concerns Grow Over Possibility Of Prolonged BlackoutsNew questions are being asked about how big Bay Area cities will handle prolonged blackouts if PG&E decides to pull the plug.
Gilroy Cooks Come Together For Good Cause After Festival ShootingThe Gilroy Garlic Festival features a competition between young chefs. But when it ended in tragedy, the kids decided they still had work to do.
Pleasanton Considers Taller Buildings For DowntownA plan to allow high rise buildings to go up in downtown Pleasanton is drawing strong opinions from both sides of the issue.
Silicon Valley Comic Con Wraps Up With Real Life ScientistsSome of the best dressed superheroes and villains descended upon the South Bay for the last day of Silicon Valley Comic Con.
Woman Attacked Outside SF Condo Joins Fight Against Homeless CenterThe woman shown in a violent attack outside her San Francisco apartment building has joined the fight against a proposed homeless navigation center in the neighborhood.
Monterey Car Week Shows Off World's Rarest, Ultra Luxury CarsIt is that time of year when car lovers and collectors, and automakers transform the Monterey area into a huge celebration.
At Issue: PG&E / Gig EconomyKPIX 5's Phil Matier talks with California state senator Jerry Hill (D-San Mateo) about PG&E's ability to meet future demand; Seg. 2: addressing the needs of part-time and contract workers. (8-18-19)

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