$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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Contentious Meeting In Cupertino Over Proposed Housing On Vallco SiteA heated debate over proposed housing on the Vallco site in Cupertino continued well into the night, forcing city councilmembers to hold a second meeting Wednesday. Jackie Ward reports. (9/19/18)
Neighbors Take Fight Over Vallco Mall Housing Development To City HallTensions were running high in Cupertino over a developer's plans to build hundreds of new homes on what was the old Vallco Mall. Betty Yu reports critics say it will affect their commute.
Kavanaugh's Accuser Wants FBI Investigation Before HearingLawyers for Christine Blasey Ford say that before she testifies on Capitol Hill next week she wants the FBI to investigate her allegation that she was sexually assaulted by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
McDonald's Workers Take Nationwide Stand Against Sexual HarassmentHundreds of McDonalds workers around the country walked off the job Tuesday to protest sexual harassment in the workplace. Susie Steimle tells us more about McDonalds' 'me too' walk-out in 10 cities including San Francisco.
Lawmakers Urge Gov. Brown To Sign Net Neturality BillBay Area lawmakers are urging Gov. Jerry Brown to sign a bill that would preserve net neutrality rules from the Obama administration. Meanwhile, Trump administration officials are opposed to the plan. Jackie Ward reports. (9/18/18)
Judge Kavanaugh's Accuser Lived A Quiet Life In Palo Alto, Until NowThe Palo Alto professor who says she was sexually assaulted by Supreme Court nominee Judge Brent Kavanaugh had hoped to remain anonymous. We have team coverage from Len Ramirez and Melissa Caen,.who tell us more about Christing Blasey Ford.

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