Caught on Camera: Brazen Thief Hits SF Mom-And-Pop Pizza RestaurantA small family-run business in San Francisco was the target of a robbery Thursday and the owners hope their surveillance footage will help them catch the perpetrator. Andrea Nakano reports. (2-13-20)
Many California Retailers Flout Bottle, Can Recycling LawIf you paid a deposit for recycling bottles and cans, you're supposed to get your money back. It's part of California's 33-year-old bottle bill. But don't expect smooth sailing because many retailers are flouting the law. Andrea Nakano reports. (2-13-20)
San Jose Residents Say They Waited Months to Be Notified of Tainted Well WaterThe San Jose Water Company says its wells have not been in service since October when tests confirmed the presence of a type of acid that exceeded state action levels. Len Ramirez reports. (2-13-20)
North Bay Voters to Decide Whether to Extend SMART Train TaxMeasure I asks voters whether SMART should extend its existing quarter-cent sales tax for an additional period of 30 years through March 31, 2059. Wilson Walker reports. (2-13-20)
Oakland Zoo Cuts Sale of Plastics, Exhibits Recycled-Plastics Animal SculpturesThe Oakland Zoo announced Thursday that it is the latest Bay Area institution to stop selling beverages in plastic bottles. Don Ford reports. (2-13-20)
Apps Bring New Popularity to ‘Ghost Kitchen’ Business ModelThey’ve got everything you need to prepare the food but “ghost kitchens” don’t cater to actual customers. They’re helping some eateries expand and helping others get their feet wet in the restaurant world with less overhead. Maria Medina reports. (2-13-20)
PG&E Free-Power Offer Opposed Over Connections to Aging Nuclear ReactorPG&E is offering Alameda County's community energy program $11 million of carbon-free power at no charge but many say it should be refused because the electricity originates at the Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant. John Ramos reports. (2-13-20)
Nia Wilson Murder Defendant Screams Vulgarities; Removed From CourtroomNia Wilson’s accused killer John Cowell was removed from his murder trial Thursday after yelling out vulgarities when prosecutors began to show a surveillance video of the fatal attack to jurors. Da Lin reports. (2-13-20)
Thursday Evening Pinpoint ForecastA slight warmup is headed toward the coast on Friday as the long winter dry spell stretches out. Darren Peck has the pinpoint forecast. (2-13-20)
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Bay Area Mayors Weigh In At Hearing Addressing State's Role In Reducing HomelessnessAnne Makovec reports on state budget hearing held to discuss possible solutions to homelessness in the Bay Area (2-13-2020)
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Genetic Genealogy Exonerates Man Convicted In 1985 El Dorado County MurderMichelle Griego reports on DNA evidence proving innocence of man convicted in 1985 murder in El Dorado County (2-13-2020)
Fairfield Police Pull 8,000 Pounds Of Trash From Hoarder's HomeFairfield Police pulled thousands of trash from a hoarder's home, after the homeowner failed to comply with a judge's order to clean up. (2/13/20)
UC SANTA CRUZ STRIKE: 17 arrested in standoff between police and striking students17 arrested in standoff between police and striking students
Juul Sued By Massachusetts AG Over Alleged Targeting Of YouthA new lawsuit against San Francisco-based Juul claims to provide the strongest evidence yet that e-cigarette giant targeted children with its online advertising campaigns. Veronica De La Cruz reports. (2/13/20)
Thursday Morning Forecast With Mary LeeExpect cloudier skies and the cooling trend to continue Thursday, with highs ranging from the mid-50s along the coast to the upper 60s inland. Conditions will remain dry heading into the weekend. Mary Lee has the forecast. (2/13/20)
Fugitive Detained In East San Jose NeighborhoodWith the help of a K-9 unit, San Jose police were able to capture a fugitive in the city's east side early Thursday morning. Jackie Ward reports. (2/13/20)
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Headshots For The Homeless: Photographer Helps Clients See New Self WorthA Bay Area photographer has given away thousands of free headshots to homeless clients and she says the project hasn't only changed her life, but has also helped her subjects see themselves in a different light. Susie Steimle reports. (2-12-2020)
Saratoga Residents Speak Out Against Plans To Annex Mountain WineryThe small town of Saratoga is in a big battle over a proposed hotel at the popular Mountain Winery. Some believe it could be a death trap. Maria Medina reports. (2-12-2020)
2 Pedestrians Critically Injured In Horrific SF Mission District CrashIt was a chaotic scene at 23rd and Mission Streets in San Francisco Wednesday when a suspected impaired driver "mowed down" three pedestrians after running a red light while speeding. Joe Vazquez reports. (2-12-2020)

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