Caltrain Begins Work On Electrification Project
Work is expected to begin on a long-awaited project to electrify the Caltrain system. Sandra Osborne reports. (11/13/17)

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Talking Politics: Post-Election Strategy / Feinstein Under FireWhat are Democrats' plans assuming they win a majority in the House of Representatives? And was Sen. Feinstein right to withhold the letter from Christine Blasey Ford until after the Kavanaugh confirmation hearing? Phil Matier, Melissa Caen and Willie Brown tackle those topics. (9-23-18)
At Issue: Confirmation ChaosNot long ago it seemed Judge Brett Kavanaugh was practically pre-ordained to take a seat on the Supreme Court. What a difference a week can make. KPIX 5's Phil Matier talks with UC Hastings law professor David Levine. (9-23-18)
Sister-In-Law Of Kavanaugh Accuser Speaks OutSandra Mendler, the sister-in-law of Judge Kavanaugh's accuser told KPIX 5, “I think it’s especially difficult that she didn't choose this.” Andria Borba talked to her and filed this report.
Senate Judiciary Committee Gives Kavanaugh Accuser More TimeThe Senate Judiciary Committee is giving Christine Blasey Ford more time to decide on the terms for her to testify about allegations that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her when they were teens. Team coverage by Andria Borba, Brian Hackney and Elizabeth Cook. (9-21-18)
Trump, Newsom Swap Insults Over ImmigrationLt. Gov. Gavin Newsom did not waste any time after President Donald Trump blasted his campaign for governor and his immigration stance at a rally in Nevada Thursday night. Jackie Ward reports. (9/21/18)
Anti-Kavanaugh Groups Step Up Pressure on Undecided GOP SenatorsOn Capitol Hill Thursday, protesters chanted slogans with raised fists and crowded into the offices of Republican senators who sit on the judiciary committee. Melissa Caen reports .(9-20-18)

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