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New Push to Ban Google at San Francisco Pride ParadeMembers of SF Pride have advanced a measure to ban tech giant Google from future parades, over YouTube's lack of action in cracking down on homophobic harassment. (1/17/20)
49ers Hold Pep Rally At SFO As Excitement For NFC Championship GameAnne Makovec reports on excitement building for the 49ers facing the Packers in the NFC Championship Sunday (1-17-2020)
House Speaker Pelosi Visits San Francisco After Articles Of Impeachment Sent To SenateJackie Ward reports on Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi talking about impeachment process during visit to San Francisco (1-17-2020)
Avalanche At Alpine Meadows Leaves Several Unaccounted VictimsAllen Martin reports on an avalanche after a winter storm that has left several people unaccounted for (1-17-2020)
Jefferson Awards 2019 - Full CeremonyThe 2019 Jefferson Award winners received medals at the annual ceremony in San Francisco at the Herbst Theater on January 14, 2020.
San Francisco Ballet Prodigy Accepted Into World's Oldes, Renowned Russian Ballet CompanyKPIX morning anchor Kenny Choi talks with Yuki Koch, a San Francisco-based ballerina who is a member of the famed Bolshoi Ballet Company in Moscow.
HORRIFIC CRASH: Driver of stolen vehicle dies in fiery San Jose crashDriver of stolen vehicle dies in fiery San Jose crash
49ERS: Letters from dad inspire San Francisco 49ers star George KittleLetters from dad inspire San Francisco 49ers star George Kittle
2020 Women's March Celebrates 100 Years Of Women's Suffrage MovementKPIX anchor Michelle Griego talked with Sophia Andary, the lead organizer for the San Francisco Women's March, to discuss the events happening in and around the Bay Area this weekend.
San Jose Police Arrest 3 In Kidnapping, Sexual Assault Of Teen GirlSan Jose police arrested three people on suspicion of kidnapping and sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl from the Santa Cruz area. Police said they were able to track the teen down after she notified friends about the kidnapping on Snapchat. (1/17/20)
Friday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeExpect cold conditions on Friday morning, making way for highs in the 50s by the afternoon. For 49ers fans attending Sunday's NFC Championship at Levi's Stadium, expect mostly cloudy skies and a high around 60 at kickoff. Conditions should remain dry through Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Mary Lee has the forecast. (1/17/20)
1 Dead In Overnight Wrong-Way Crash On Highway 17 In CampbellOne person has died in a crash involving a wrong-way driver on Highway 17 in Campbell early Friday morning, one day after another wrong-way driver was involved in a deadly collision in Pacifica. Jackie Ward reports. (1/17/20)
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Giants' Alyssa Nakken Is First Female Full-Time Coach in MLB HistoryAlyssa Nakken is joining the San Francisco Giants coaching staff as the first female full-time assistant in Major League Baseball history. Andrea Nakano reports. (1-16-20)
Police Arrest 4 for Running Brothels in San Jose Residential NeighborhoodsSan Jose police said they have arrested four people for running a human trafficking operation. Joe Vazquez reports. (1-16-20)
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Jefferson Awards: Amy Wender-HochMeet Amy Wender-Hoch: as a child, she was inspired by the encouraging words of a pro quarterback who took the time to chat with her. Today, she harnesses athletes’ star power to encourage underserved children to believe in themselves. (1-15-20)
Bay Area Researchers Key on Blood Plasma to Fight Age-Related DiseasesAt Alkahest, in San Carlos, scientists are working on innovative therapies for diseases that are linked to aging. Juliette Goodrich reports. (1-16-20)
FEMA Trailers Will House Oakland HomelessThe state of California is pouring millions of dollars into Oakland to house the homeless, including 15 trailers once used to house wildfire evacuees. Da Lin reports. (1-16-20)
Owner of Beloved San Francisco Bistro Sells Business to StaffA famed dining spot in Cole Valley is preparing for a major change and, surprisingly, it's a happy ending. Wilson Walker reports. (1-16-20)

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