'Infodemic': World Health Officials Aim To Fight Rising Misinformation About CoronavirusFrom epidemic to "infodemic," the World Health Organization is warning the public about the sudden rise of misinformation surrounding the novel coronavirus outbreak. They're coming to Silicon Valley to try to cleanse the internet of false info. Len Ramirez reports. (2-12-2020)
2 Pedestrians Critically Injured In SF Mission District CrashJoe Vazquez was live at the scene of a crash at 23rd and Mission Streets in San Francisco that left three pedestrians injured, two of them critically. (2-12-2020)
Historically Dry February Sparks Drought And Future Wildfire ConcernsKiet Do reports on high pressure system keeping rain away from Bay Area (2-12-2020)
Car Slams Into Ditch Off I-780 In VallejoAllen Martin reports on crew responding to car crash in the area of 780 and Glen Cove in Vallejo (2-12-2020)
Foster City Police Use 'Bola Wrap' Restraint To Hook Criminals' Legs TogetherFoster City police are using new technology to stop suspects without using lethal force. It's called the "bola wrap" and it looks like something out of a superhero movie. Juliette Goodrich reports. (2-12-2020)
Watchdog Group: National's Largest Supermarkets Fall Short On Food RecallsElise Preston reports on a new push for grocery stores to do more to keep people safe from recalled foods (2-12-2020)
College Grad's Biracial Identity Inspires Her To Teach Others About Diversity, AcceptanceStudents Rising Above's Nyia Roberts is planning on social work as a career so she can teach young people about acceptance and diversity. And she says she's ready for the next time someone questions who she is. Christin Ayers reports. (2-12-2020)
Transit Officials Weigh Options For Designated Bus Lanes On Bay BridgeJackie Ward reports on proposed plans to add bus-only lanes to the Bay Bridge (2-12-2020)
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Wallethub Survey: San Francisco The Healthiest City In AmericaWhile the conditions of its street has drawn criticism, a new survey has found that San Francisco is actually the healthiest city in the United States when it comes to access to quality health care, parks to relax in, nutritional food to eat and the desire to stay fit. Katie Johnston reports.
New Richmond School May Be Named After Michelle ObamaA new elementary school in Richmond that is not even open yet may undergo a name change as officials consider naming the school after former first lady Michelle Obama. Jackie Ward reports. (2/12/20)
Wednesday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeAfter unseasonably warm conditions, expect sunny skies and mild temperatures Wednesday afternoon. Temperatures will be even cooler by the weekend. Mary Lee has the forecast. (2/12/20)
Palo Alto Woman, Daughter Return Home After 14-Day Coronavirus QuarantineA Palo Alto woman and her daughter returned home late Tuesday night after being quarantined for two weeks. The pair were among the evacuees who were airlifted out of China due to the coronavirus outbreak. (2/12/20)
Buttigieg's Uphill Battle: From Mayor To Presidential CandidateKPIX's Kenny Choi and Anne Makovec talk with Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg following the New Hampshire primary.
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Oakland Students Featured In HBO Documentary Watch Themselves On Big ScreenSome Oakland students have embraced the opportunity to speak before a crowd. Their talents are now featured in a new HBO documentary titled "We Are The Dream." Andrea Nakano takes us to their opening night at the Fox Theater. The documentary debuts on HBO on Feb. 18. (2-11-2020)
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South Bay Coronavirus Evacuee Returns Home After 2 Week QuarantineA Palo Alto woman returned home Tuesday night after being quarantined and tested for the Coronavirus with 200 others, but she fears the ordeal may not be over. Maria Medina reports. (2-11-2020)
VIDEO: Violent Gunpoint Robbery In Oakland Caught On Home Surveillance CameraA violent daylight robbery at gunpoint, caught on camera in Oakland's Dimond district, has neighbors on edge. Joe Vazquez reports. (2-11-2020)
Complicated Math Plays Major Factor In Delegate Distribution For CA PrimaryWilson Walker speaks with political strategist Darry Sragow about the complicated math that will determine how many delegates will be awarded in the California primary. (2-11-2020)
$9.7 Million Petaluma River Dredging Project To Begin This SummerBeginning this summer, the Petaluma River will be dredged for the first time in 17 years. Mayor Teresa Barrett says people are excited to hear the mud is going away. Don Ford reports. (2-11-2020)
Math Plays A Major Factor In Delegate Distribution For California PrimaryWilson Walker reports on how math and percentages figure into awarding of primary delegates (2-11-2020)

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