California Becomes First State to Require Solar Power for New Homes
California became the first state in the nation to require homes built in 2020 and later be solar powered, following a vote by the Building Standards Commission. Julie Watts reports. (12-6-18)

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San Jose Approves Google Downtown Land Deal Amid ProtestsFollowing 10 hours of debate and protests, including a hunger strike, San Jose city officials approved selling off land in Downtown to Google for more than $110 billion. The tech giant is expected to build a massive campus, along with housing. Kiet Do reports. (12/5/18)
San Jose City Council To Decide On Land Sale For Massive Google ProjectThe San Jose City Council is set to decide on a controversial land sale of prime downtown land to Google, as the tech giant looks to build a massive campus in the heart of the city. Kiet Do reports. (12/4/18)
Protesters Launch Hunger Strike Over San Jose-Google Land DealSan Jose's planned downtown land sale to tech giant Google has prompted a hunger strike at City Hall. Len Ramirez reports. (12/3/18)
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DMV Self-Serve Kiosk Arrives At Santa Clara LibraryWith wait times remaining high at DMV offices across the state, the agency is installing self-serving kiosks in more locations, with the latest being installed at the Central Park Library in Santa Clara. Kiet Do reports. (12/3/18)
UC Team Examines 1000s Of Fossils From Calaveras Dam Construction SiteAn unexpected find beneath the surface of Sunol Valley in the East Bay has unearthed thousands of fossils. Mary Lee shows us the discovery that's shedding new light on California's prehistoric past.

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