Vatican Investigating San Jose Bishop's Involvement In Sex Abuse AllegationsElizabeth Cook reports on word of a Vatican investigation into the past of a South Bay bishop (11-18-2020)
UC Berkeley Strips Names From Buildings Named After People Who Held Racist ViewsJohn Ramos reports on removal of known racists' names from UC Berkeley campus buildings (11-18-2020)
‘NorCal Rapist’ Suspect Roy Waller Found Guilty On All CountsMarissa Perlman reports on Roy Waller, the suspected 'NorCal Rapist' being found guilty (11-18-2020)
Local Businesses Frustrated By COVID Shutdown, Claim They're Not Responsible For SpreadWilson Walker reports on Napa County business owners wondering why they're shut down given COVID data (11-18-2020)
Bay Area Company Produces Accurate Home COVID-19 TestEmily Turner reports on Emeryville company successfully developing new home COVID testing kit (11-18-2020)
Apple Settles For $113M With State Attorneys Over iPhone Battery SlowdownAnne Makovec reports on Apple settling suit over 'throttling' older iPhones with software updates (11-18-2020)
Coronavirus Case Spike Prompts New Wave Of Panic BuyingCleaning and personal care products are again flying off the shelves amid a new wave of coronavirus cases. Emily Turner reports. (11/18/20)
Alameda Gym Hopes To Survive Lastest COVID Shutdown In Alameda CountyAlameda County is dropping back to the purple tier due to the recent surge in COVID-19 cases. Andrea Nakana shows us a gym that has been around for decades, but now it may close for good.
SF Police Shoot Man Allegedly Waving Large Knife On Market StreetPolice shot a man allegedly brandishing a knife on Market Street. Joe Vazquez was at the scene and talked to police and witnesses.
COVID-19 Surge Prompts Panic Buying Leaving Grocery Shelves EmptyAmid new COVID restrictions to stem the recent surge in cases, Betty Yu tells us people are panic buying again.
Police In San Francisco Investigate Officer-Involved Shooting On Market StreetJoe Vazquez reports on SFPD investigating an officer-involved shooting that sent a man to the hospital (11-17-2020)
Food For Bay Area Families: Chegg And Second Harvest of Silicon ValleySharon Chin reports on Santa Clara County company Chegg partnering with Second Harvest of Silicon Valley with a $406,030 donation (11-17-2020)
Santa Clara Co. Ramps Up COVID-19 Testing In Time For HolidaysSanta Clara County is ramping up its COVID-19 testing capacity in time for the holidays. As Kiet Do reports, health officials hope everyone will take advantage.
COVID Purple Tier: Alameda Waffle Shop In Danger Of Closing As Indoor Dining Shuts Down AgainWith Alameda County closing all indoor dining due to re-entering the Purple Tier, an East Bay waffle shop dating back to the 1920s is in danger of closing. Kenny Choi reports. (11/17/20)
SFO Airport Workers Raise Concerns About COVID-19 SafetyWhile officials at San Francisco International Airport are trying to reassure travelers that it is safe to fly during the COVID-19 pandemic, that message is being challenged by some airport workers. Andria Borba reports. (11/17/20)
VTA Could Use Tax Revenue For BART Extension At Expense Of Road RepairsDevin Fehely reports on Valley Transportation Authority plan to fund BART extension with sales tax revenue meets resistance (11-17-2020)
Thousands Of Coho Salmon Released Into Pescadero CreekIn a project years in the making, thousands of Coho salmon have been released into Pescadero Creek in San Mateo County. The fish have not been in the creek for decades. Don Ford reports. (11/17/20)
More Rain Needed To Reduce Fire Danger, Stave Off Future DroughtWilson Walker reports on where latest rain puts Northern California in terms of future drought concerns (11-17-2020)
Showers, Increased Winds Move Into Bay AreaPaul Heggen reports on first batch of widespread rain falling on greater Bay Area (11-17-2020)
'FBI' Returns To 'CBS' Tuesday NightCBSN Bay Area's Gianna Franco talks actors Zeeko Zaki and Jeremy Sisto of CBS' 'FBI' about the upcoming season. New episodes premiere tonight on KPIX at 9 PM.
COVID-19 In California: The Rise In Cases and Race For A VaccineDr. Stacie Vilendrer with Stanford Health Care talks about the rise in COVID-19 cases in California, and what we know about Pfizer’s vaccine.
Twitter, Facebook CEOs Defend Actions On Election Disinformation Before Senate Judiciary CommitteeAnne Makovec reports on social media company heads testifying about actions related to election before senate committee (11-17-2020)
COVID Outbreak Sickens 38 At Santa Cruz Skilled Nursing FacilityMichelle Griego reports on a coronavirus outbreak at a Santa Cruz nursing home (11-17-2020)
Marin County Restaurants For Winter Weather Amid Indoor Dining ShutdownEmily Turner reports on duel challenges of COVID closing indoor dining across the Bay Area and impending winter weather (11-17-2020)

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