Sunnyvale Winter Homeless Shelter Set to Close
When a winter shelter in Sunnyvale shuts its doors in seven weeks it may be devastating for homeless people in the South Bay. Maria Medina reports. (2-23-18)

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Suspected NorCal Rapist Spent Decades Hiding in Plain Sight58-year-old Roy Waller is accused in at least ten attacks over the course of 15 years. KPIX 5's Christin Ayers explains how his own family tree finally gave him away. (9-21-18)
Developer's Housing Plan Puts Popular Fremont Bowling Alley at RiskThe Cloverleaf Family Bowl in Fremont is at risk of being knocked down to make room for more housing. As Maria Medina reports fans of the family-run business are now calling on the city to spare it. (9-21-18)
City Officials Struggle to Help Keep Small Board and Care Homes OpenThey're a haven for mentally ill and elderly people living on the streets of San Francisco but mom and pop board and care homes are a dying breed in the city. On Friday, officials got together to figure out how to save them. Susie Steimle reports. (9-21-18)
Whole Foods Takes Legal Action Against Berkeley Animal Rights GroupThe Whole Foods grocery store chain is trying to turn the tables on animal rights protesters. Fed up with store take-overs, they are taking one East Bay group to court. Susie Steimle reports. (9-21-18)
Laurene Powell Jobs Buys Large Swath of Land in East Palo AltoThe widow of Steve Jobs is involved in a big land purchase in East Palo Alto. As for what she plans to do with it? As Devin Fehley reports, that's a mystery. (9-21-18)
First Known Victim of the NorCal Rapist Reacts to News of His ArrestThe first alleged sexual assault by accused NorCal Rapist Roy Waller was in Rohnert Park back in 1991. The survivor told KPIX on Friday she is ready to face him in court. Wilson Walker reports. (9-21-18)

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