Ribbon Cut On New San Francisco Transbay Transit Center
San Francisco newest jewel, the Transbay Transit Center is set to open to the public. Jackie Ward reports.

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Homeowners Commission Independent Report on Radioactive Contamination at Hunters PointThe botched cleanup at San Francisco's Hunters Point has residents taking matters into their own hands. As KPIX 5's Andria Borba reports, the results of an independent report suggest radioactive contamination could be more widespread than thought. (10-18-18)
Plan to Ease San Jose Housing Crisis Could Force Schools to MoveAt a San Jose Unified School District public meeting Thursday night, teachers weighed in on proposals to close or move Leland High School and Bret Harte middle school to vacant, district-owned land. Betty Yu reports. (10-18-18)
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