$300K Reward To Catch Arsonist In String Of E. Bay Construction Fires
Amid a string of residential construction fires from Emeryville to Concord, Wilson Walker tells us Oakland's mayor announced a $300,000 reward for information leading to an arson conviction.

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Talking Politics: Newsom Shines / Trump's EmergencyPhil Matier and Melissa Caen are joined by former Assembly speaker and S.F. mayor Willie Brown for a lively discussion of two big stories from another wild week in politics. (2-17-19)
California to Battle Pres. Trump's Emergency Declaration for Border Wall FundingThe governor and state attorney general have vowed to file a lawsuit to stop the president's attempt to get money to build a border wall. Melissa Caen reports. (2-15-19)
Plans On Hold For High Speed Rail From Transbay To LAAfter Gov. Newsom announced to cut back plans for high speed rail in CA, it seems plans to turn the Transbay Transit Center into the Grand Central Station of the West are dead for now. Betty Yu reports. (2-12-2019)
Bay Area High Speed Rail Plan Halted After Gov. Newsom's AddressOrdinary riders and some of the best transportation minds are left confused by Gov. Newsom's cut back on the high speed rail system connecting SF to LA. They're wondering what it means for high speed rail in Silicon Valley. Len Ramirez reports. (2-12-2019)
San Mateo County Considers Gun Storage OrdinanceCiting hundreds of gun-related deaths in the county, a member of the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors is set to propose an ordinance requiring guns be stored under lock and key. Kiet Do reports. (2/12/19)
Cupertino Mayor’s ‘Wall’ Joke Draws Ire From Housing AdvocatesThe Mayor of Cupertino faces scrutiny after apparently joking that his community should build a wall along its borders and have neighboring cities pay for it. Len Ramirez reports. (2-6-2019)

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