Deadly 'Atmospheric River' Storm Moves Out of Bay Area
The worst may be over but high surf warnings are still in effect. The so-called atmospheric river storm left a wide trail of downed trees, damaged roads, power outages and, in Marin County, one death. Joe Vazquez reports. (1-17-19)

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KPIX 5 News @ 5:30 p.m.Repair crews were working around-the-clock to remove floodwater and clear the roadway, but there was still no word from Caltrans on when the westbound lanes of Highway 37 will reopen. Wilson Walker tells us the detour has caused severe traffic delays.
Homes Will Start At More Than $2 Million In New Santa Clara's 'Nuevo' Housing DevelopmentA new housing development in Silicon Valley is getting a lot of interest from potential buyers even though homes start at more than $2 million. Len Ramerez reports the 'Nuevo' development is in the middle of Santa Clara.
Oakland Catholic Diocese Releases Name Of Dozens Of Clergy Accused Of Sex AbuseThe Oakland Catholic Diocese released the names of nearly four dozen clergy accused of sex abuse spanning decades. Melissa Caen tells us the list contains five new names.
Oakland Teachers, Families, Lawmakers Prepare For StrikeAbout 3000 teachers in Oakland are set to walk the picket lines, as early as Thursday. John Ramos tells us what the district, and families are doing to come up with a backup plan.
Tenants Describe Frantic Escape From 2-Alarm Fire Near SF PanhandleWhen fire broke out on the top floor of a building near the panhandle in San Francisco, Joe Vazquez reports that tenants frantically tried to warn one another and escape the flames.
Tesla Model X Driver Survives Fiery Crash in FremontA Tesla driver was lucky to walk away from a fiery crash Monday morning in Fremont and, as KPIX 5's Kiet Do found out, he was a Tesla employee. (2-18-19)

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