The city of Oakland opened its seventh community cabin site Thursday for the unsheltered who live in the Chinatown and Jack London neighborhoods. Jackie Ward reports. (1/28/20)

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Oakland Opens 7th Cabin Community To House Unsheltered In ChinatownThe city of Oakland opened its seventh community cabin site Thursday for the unsheltered who live in the Chinatown and Jack London neighborhoods. Jackie Ward reports. (1/28/20)
East Bay Homeowners Slapped With Bill To Clean Up Homeless EncampmentNeighbors in one East Bay neighborhood say they shouldn't have to pay for the cleanup of an abandoned homeless encampment. Katie Nielsen tells us, its going to cost them $20,000.
Billionaire Presidential Candidate Tom Steyer Stumps for Votes in Bay AreaDemocratic candidate for president and California resident Tom Steyer held two campaign events in the East Bay on Thursday. Da Lin reports. (1-23-20)
San Francisco Mayor London Breed Endorses Mike Bloomberg In Democratic PrimarySan Francisco Mayor London Breed made a surprise endorsement in the 2020 Democratic primary, backing former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg for the nomination. (1/23/20)
Oakmont Neighbors Upset Over Emergency Homeless Shelter Going UpDozens of homeless campers are being relocated from the Joe Rodota Trail to a neighborhood in Sonoma County, as early as next week. Wilson Walker was at the community meeting where their future neighbors expressed their concern.
New Push to Ban Google at San Francisco Pride ParadeMembers of SF Pride have advanced a measure to ban tech giant Google from future parades, over YouTube's lack of action in cracking down on homophobic harassment. (1/17/20)
San Francisco Expands Reach Of Potential Vacant Storefront FinesThe San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted to create a dozen new neighborhood commercial districts, which would be affected if voters approve fines on commercial property owners who leave their storefronts vacant. (1/16/20)
San Francisco Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer Not Running For Re-ElectionAfter much speculation, San Francisco Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer has decided against running for re-election later this year. (1/16/20)
Raw Video: Speaker Pelosi Calls Facebook 'Shameful'In her first news conference since signing the articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi criticized Facebook, calling the social media giant "accomplices for misleading the American people with money from God-knows where." (1/16/20)
Raw Video: Pelosi Names Impeachment Managers For Trump Senate TrialHouse Speaker Nancy Pelosi of San Francisco named the seven impeachment managers for President Donald Trump's upcoming trial in the Senate, which includes Rep. Zoe Lofgren of San Jose. (1/15/20)
Protesters Come Out In Support Of Moms Squatting Home In OaklandA group of mothers in Oakland have been given 5 days to leave a house they've been living in illegally. Juliette Goodrich tells us the group 'Moms 4 Housing' has rallied a lot of community support.
Dublin Teen's Website Sleuthing Scoops CNN's Own Political PollingArjav Rawal is a Dublin High School senior. He’s also the vice chair of the California High School Democrats and he has a knack for finding out what CNN knows about the state of campaign 2020 before it's published. Wilson Walker reports. (1-11-20)
Hundreds Rally In Bay Area Against War With IranHundreds of anti-war demonstrators gathered in the streets of San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose Thursday to protest the threat of war with Iran. (1/9/20)
San Francisco Mayor London Breed Sworn Into OfficeHundreds of people crowded San Francisco City Hall’s Rotunda on Wednesday for the swearing-in ceremony of Mayor London Breed, the city’s first African American female mayor. (1/8/20)
Oakland Crime Czar Lays Out Play To Stop Uptick In ViolenceWith crime on the rise, many residents wonder what exactly Oakland's new crime czar will do to stop it. Guillermo Cespedes, the city's new Chief of Violence Prevention talked with Juliette Goodrich about his plans for the city.
Low Income Housing Advocates Speak Out Against SB 50A state bill meant to create more housing is getting pushback from some housing advocates. Susie Steimle reports on why they say SB50 will further marginalize low income residents.
Proposed California Flavored Tobacco Ban Includes Menthol CigarettesNearly 30 state lawmakers have backed the bill reintroduced by CA senator Jerry Hill of San Mateo. Betty Yu reports. (1-6-2020)
New Year's 2020 Ushers In New Laws For CaliforniaAs 2020 begins new laws will address issues like privacy, housing, gun ownership, healthcare and more. Devin Fehely tells us how the new laws may effect you.
Trump Criticizes CA Lawmakers By Tweeting Video Of SF's HomelessPresident Trump criticized San Francisco's homeless and crime problems, yet again on, Twitter. Betty Yu tells us the president escalated matters with a video.
Presidential Hopeful Elizabeth Warren Visits San Jose DaycareSen. Elizabeth Warren met with daycare providers in east San Jose to discuss her plans to expand access to healthcare, improve education and raise wages for working families. Devin Fehely reports. (12-27-19)
Speaker Pelosi Draws Fire From Trump and GOP Congressional DefendersPelosi and the rest of Congress are enjoying the holiday break but they'll have plenty on their plates to start the new year. Natalie Brand reports from Capitol Hill. (12-27-19)
Pres. Trump Slams California Leaders Over SF Homelessness CrisisOver the Christmas holiday, President Trump put the blame on House speaker Nancy Pelosi and California governor Newsom for not cleaning up San Francisco's homeless problem. Betty Yu reports. (12-26-19)
Trump Blasts 'Crazy Nancy' Pelosi in Twitter TiradePresident Trump is away from Washington for the holidays but his Twitter account clearly reveals he has impeachment on his mind. (12-26-19)
Oakland A's Ink Deal To Buy Share Of Coliseum SiteThe Oakland A's are moving forward with a plan to buy a 50 percent share in the Oakland Coliseum site. The sale was approved by Alameda County Supervisers on Monday, but as Andria Borba reports, some are concerned the deal could create a divide in the city.

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