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Police: Driver May Have Intentionally Sped Into 8 Sunnyvale PedestriansEight people people were injured Tuesday evening when a driver may have slammed into them intentionally on a Sunnyvale street corner and in a cross walk, authorities said. Joe Vasquez reports. (4-23-2019)
Woman Accusing Former Warriors Coach Walton Of Sexual Assault Speaks OutThe woman who has accused former Warriors coach Luke Walton of sexual assault told her story publicly for the first time Tuesday afternoon. Christin Ayers reports. (4-23-2019)
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Former Muni Instructor Says He Felt Pressured To Pass Unqualified DriversAllegations of favoritism have surfaced at Muni Metro's Light Rail training division in San Francisco. A former instructor says he felt pressure to pass drivers he thought were unqualified. Susie Steimle reports. (4-23-2019)
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Inland Temperatures Rise Into 90s As Bay Area Heats Up For First Time In 2019Team coverage of the first real warm spell the Bay Area has experienced so far this year (4-23-2019)
Alameda County Votes To Start Negotiations With A's For Sale Of Coliseum SiteAlameda County supervisors voted to begin negotiations with the Oakland A's on sale of the coliseum site. As Kiet Do reports, the City of Oakland and residents want to make sure they, too, get something out of the deal.
KPIX Kicks Off Asian Pacific Heritage Month With Food, Music, ArtKiet Do is live in the KPIX studio emceeing a kickoff event for Asian Pacific Heritage Month, which begins in May. People are celebrating with plenty of food, musical performances and art from local artists. (4-23-2019)
Rash Of Burglaries At Vietnamese Mall In San Jose Has Merchants On EdgeAfter a rash of burglaries at Vietnam Town Shopping Center in San Jose, merchants are demanding more security. As Len Ramirez reports, they fell they are being targeted.

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Web Extra: Pioneer Plaques Contained Messages For Intelligent Life Beyond Solar SystemAstronomer and astrophysicist Frank Drake described the informational plaques placed on the 1972 Pioneer space missions, the first space probes that were going to leave the solar system.
Web Extra: Golden Records Carry Message From Earth On Voyager SpacecraftAstronomer and astrophysicist Frank Drake explains the thinking behind the messages from Earth that scientists hoped intelligent life beyond our solar system would find and decipher.
Web Extra: Origin Of Arecibo Message Transmitted To Deep SpaceAstronomer and astrophysicist Frank Drake, a pioneer in the search for extraterrestrial life, describes the first intentional interstellar radio message sent from earth to a globular star cluster known as M13 in hopes that extraterrestrial intelligence could receive and decipher it.The message was broadcast into space a single time in 1974, at a ceremony at the Arecibo radio telescope in Puerto Rico.
Steve Kerr, Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson Remarks On Former Warriors Coach Luke WaltonWarriors players Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and head coach Steve Kerr offer their thoughts after word the former Warriors assistant coach was being accused of sexual assault. (4/23/19)
Two Children Found Locked In Wooden Cages By Parents In Modoc CountyAllen Martin reports on parents arrested after children found locked in wooden cages in their home (4-23-2019)
Gov. Newsom Outlines Fire Break Projects Where Cities, Wildlands MeetThe spectre of another destructive fire season in California and the Bay Area brought Gov. Gavin Newsom to the East Bay Tuesday to promote his fire prevention plan. Juliette Goodrich reports. (4/23/19)
Ground Broken On Long Overdue San Pablo Fire StationAfter being stuck in trailers for nearly 30 years, East Bay firefighters are finally getting some new digs. Workers are breaking ground on a new $10 million San Pablo fire station for Contra Costa County firefighters. Don Ford reports. (4-23-2019)
RAW: Luke Walton Sexual Assault Accuser Kelli Tennant Speaks OutAuthor and former sports reporter Kelli Tennant described the alleged assault she claims to have endured from former Warriors coach Luke Walton (4-23-2019)
Skateboarder Dies In Collision With Dump TruckAndria Borba reports on SFPD investigating fatal collision in SoMa that killed skateboarder (4-23-2019)
SCOTUS Hears Arguments For Adding Citizenship Question On 2020 CensusElizabeth Cook reports on the Supreme Court taking up a case to decide whether the 2020 U.S. census should be changed to include a question about citizenship. This could have deep implications for states like California with large immigrant populations. (4-23-2019)
Oakland Hills Home Raided In Bank Robbery Probe; Suspect Arrested At Hospital As Wife Gives BirthThe arrest of a man at a hospital in Oakland as his wife was giving birth is linked to a bank robbery investigation and FBI raid on the couple's home in the Oakland hills Tuesday. Susie Steimle reports. (4/23/19)
Don't Miss Falsettos At SHNThe Lincoln Center Theater Broadway production of Falsettos is at SHN in San Francisco and one of its stars, Eden Espinosa who plays 'Trina' talked to BAF about it.
Cinephiles Delight At The San Francisco International Film FestivalThe San Francisco International Film Festival has something for every kind of cinephile. Rachel Rosen, Director of Programming tells BAF about this year's lineup.
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Sting Gives A Preview Of His New Play 'The Last Ship' Coming To SHNA new play, by and starring Sting is making its way to SHN in San Francisco and BAF's Len Ramirez got a chance to actually meet and talk to the star about it.
Whistlestop Carepool Takes Seniors Where They Need To GoWhistlestop Carepool is a volunteer service helping older adults and people with disabilities get where they need to go. Volunteer coordinator Kathryn Filley tells BAF's Michelle Griego about the work they are doing in Marin County.
Raw Video: Scene Of Fatal Crash Of Skateboarder vs. Truck In San Francisco SoMaA dump truck struck and killed a skateboarder in San Francisco's South of Market district Tuesday afternoon. (4/23/19)
Muni Introduces Temporary Safety Measures To Deal With Doors On New Train CarsAnne Makovec reports on SFMTA officials explaining new safety measures as agency investigates issues with new train cars (4-23-2019)

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