Tuesday Evening Weather Forecast With Brian HackneyLooks like we'll have sunshine all the way through Friday, but clouds will likely cover the region by Sunday. (2-11-2020)
Coronavirus Fears Impacting Business In Oakland's ChinatownOakland's Chinatown is taking steps to keep people safe and informed amid the coronavirus outbreak by holding a workshop to prevent panic. The worries over the novel virus have left sidewalks empty and restaurants unfilled. Andria Borba reports. (2-11-2020)
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Santa Clara County Claims Progress In Clearing Rape Kit BacklogOfficials in Santa Clara County said they have cleared a backlog in the processing of rape kits, saying they have also reduced the average testing time to under a month. (2/11/20)
First Group Of Evacuees From China Released From Quarantine TuesdayDanya Bacchus reports on release of earliest arriving coronavirus evacuees from China (2-11-2020)
Nia Wilson Murder Defendant John Lee Cowell Claims He Hears Alien VoicesAnne Makovec reports on BART fatal stabbing suspect Cowell repeatedly referring to aliens during testimony (2-11-2020)
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First Coronavirus Evacuees To Be Released From QuarantineOn Tuesday, the first group of evacuees from coronavirus outbreak China will be released from their 14-day quarantine at March Air Base in Southern California. The evacuees include a woman from Palo Alto and her daughter. (2/11/20)
Cyclists Call For Bike Barrier Along San Francisco's EmbarcaderoBicyclists in San Francisco are calling for a plan to improve road safety by having a barrier separating bicycles and cars along the entire length of the Embarcadero. Jackie Ward reports. (2/11/19)
Tuesday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeUnseasonably warm conditions will continue on Tuesday, with highs approaching 70 by the Bay and well into the 70s inland. Temperatures are expected to begin cooling down starting Wednesday, with conditions remaining dry the rest of the week. Mary Lee has the forecast. (2/11/20)
New Hampshire Voters Head To Polls In Nation's First PrimaryOne week after the debacle involving the Iowa Caucuses, voters in New Hampshire are headed to the polls in the nation's first primary election. Laura Podesta reports. (2/11/20)
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Small San Francisco Landlords Say Legalizing ADU's Is A Catch 22Susie Steimle reports on challenges landlords in SF with accessory dwelling units are facing (2-10-2020)
Trump Administration Launches Attack On Sanctuary LawsJoe Vazquez reports on the Trump administration escalating its war on sanctuary cities and states (2-10-2020)
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Palo Alto Woman Ready For Release From Coronavirus QuarantineMaria Medina reports on the latest developments in the fight to contain the coronavirus (2-10-2020)
NASA's High-Speed Wind Tunnels May Help Get Astronauts Back On MoonResearchers in Silicon Valley could help get astronauts back on the moon by 2024. Kiet Do got a rare behind-the-scenes look at the tests to make sure the rocket is safe.
Democratic Presidential Hopefuls Make Final Push For Support In New HampshireNew Hampshire's primary is on Tuesday, the first in the nation and Democratic presidential hopefuls are making their final push for support. CBS reporter Skyler Henry is in Manchester, N.H. to break down the race.
Unarmed, Uniformed BART Ambassadors Aim To Keep Riders SafeBART is sending uniformed, unarmed patrols to help keep riders safe. Andria Borba went to Oakland's Lake Merritt station to see these new BART Ambassadors in action.
Crews Continue Clean-Up From Powerful Wind StormDon Ford reports on continuing clean-up in Castro Valley from Sunday's wind storm (2-10-2020)
New SJ Pilot Program Sends Meth Addicts To Sobering Centers Not JailsA center in San Jose is making some changes to help meth addicts. Devin Fehely gives us a look inside the new pilot program.

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