Death Angel, a Bay Area thrash-metal band that has been through hell and back over the course of nearly four decades, is now up for their first Grammy Award. Betty Yu reports. (1-23-20)

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Bay Area Metal Band Death Angel Earns Grammy NominationDeath Angel, a Bay Area thrash-metal band that has been through hell and back over the course of nearly four decades, is now up for their first Grammy Award. Betty Yu reports. (1-23-20)
Alameda County Investigates Reports of Coronavirus SymptomsThe Alameda County health department says it is looking into reports of patients concerned about their symptoms which seem to match those of the deadly coronavirus. (1-23-20)
Sonoma Winery Leaks Thousands of Gallons of Cabernet Into WaterwayCrews at the Rodney Strong Winery were cleaning up a massive wine spill Thursday after a blending tank sprang a leak and dumped more than 97,000 gallons of red wine onto the ground and into a nearby creek. Andria Borba reports. (1-23-20)
Woman Trademarks 'Psilocybin' to Keep Mushrooms from Being CommercializedA Bay Area woman has trademarked the name of the psychoactive agent found in so-called magic mushrooms. We asked why. Wilson Walker reports. (1-23-20)
Billionaire Presidential Candidate Tom Steyer Stumps for Votes in Bay AreaDemocratic candidate for president and California resident Tom Steyer held two campaign events in the East Bay on Thursday. Da Lin reports. (1-23-20)
Jimmy G Stays Grounded to Get 49ers to Super BowlGaroppolo completed 6 passes for 77 yards last week -- the fewest pass attempts by a team in the playoffs since Griese's Dolphins threw 6 times in the AFC title game against Oakland following the 1973 season. Vern Glenn reports. (1-23-20)
CHP Arrests Suspect in Highway Projectiles Cases in Monterey, San Benito CountiesThe California Highway Patrol arrested 53-year-old Charles Lafferty in connection with its investigation into projectiles launched at vehicles in Monterey and San Benito counties. Len Ramirez reports. (1-23-20)
Bay Area School District Files Lawsuit Against JuulCampbell Union High School District officials said they filed the lawsuit after seeing the impact vaping was having on their students. Kiet Do reports. (1-23-20)
Thursday Evening Pinpoint ForecastThursday night by the bay: mostly cloudy in the evening becoming mostly clear with patchy fog after midnight. (1-23-20)
East Bay Wrestler Paralyzed In Match Returns To Wrestling Mat With Special MessageTwo years ago, College High School student Ryan Joseph was paralyzed during a wrestling match. On Wednesday he came back to the same wrestling event the school hosted where it all happened with a special message. Juliette Goodrich reports. (1-22-2020)
AC Transit To Consider Bus-Only Lane On Bay Bridge After Unanimous VoteWith a unanimous vote Wednesday night, the AC Transit board decided to consider the idea once again to have a lane just for buses in both directions of the Bay Bridge. Andrea Nakano reports. (1-22-2020)
Decommissioned Fremont Firehouse Up For Sale For $1Len Ramirez reports on firehouse in Fremont available to buy for a dollar with one significant catch (1-22-2020)
Governor Newsom Aims To Block PG&E's Bankruptcy PlanMaria Medina reports on Gov. Newsom renewing threat to beleaguered PG&E into a government-run operation (1-22-2020)
SF Supe Declares Public Health Emergency As Fatal Drug Overdoses SpikeAccording to the San Francisco medical examiner, 290 people died of fentanyl or heroin related overdoses in 2019. Supervisor Matt Haney, whose district encompasses some of the hardest hit areas, declared a public health emergency. Andria Borba reports. (1-22-2020)
UC Davis Lab Tracks Numbers To Measure State's Water SupplyWilson Walker reports on complications of crunching the numbers to figure out current water supply (1-22-2020)
Nonprofit CEO Is Driving Force In Helping North Marin FamiliesThis week's Jefferson Award winner's leadership was key to the successful merger of two long time local nonprofits. The end result tremendously improved client services for one lucky Bay Area community. Allen Martin reports. (1-22-2020)
Opening Arguments Begin In Impeachment Trial Of President TrumpNatalie Brand reports on opening arguments after a long night establishing rules for President Trump's impeachment trial (1-21-2020)
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Police Identify Suspect Shot By Officers During Livermore IncidentJackie Ward reports on early-morning officer-involved shooting in Livermore (1-22-2020)
Passengers From Wuhan Halted From Flying To SFO Due To CoronavirusDue to the spike in cases of the mysterious Coronavirus, public transportation including train, ferry and air travel out of Wuhan, China has been shut down until further notice. Kiet Do reports. (1-22-2020)
Oakland Becomes First California City To Ban Background Checks For RentersFollowing a unanimous vote by the city council Tuesday night, Oakland has now become the first city in California to ban criminal background checks on potential renters. Joe Vazquez reports. (1-21-2020)
Vallejo Police Release New Video Of Fatal Shooting Involving Off-Duty Richmond Sgt.Vallejo police released four new videos Tuesday of the night a man was fatally shot by an off-duty Richmond sergeant in November. Juliette Goodrich reports. (1-21-2020)
Packed Crowd Fights To Keep Chick-fil-A Out Of Campbell NeighborhoodThe Campbell City Council chambers were filled Tuesday night as opponents of a proposed Chick-fil-A restaurant in their city voiced their concerns. Andrea Nakano reports. (1-21-2020)
San Jose, Caltrans Work Together To Set Up 'Tiny Home' Village For HomelessLen Ramirez reports on planned "tiny home" encampment for the homeless on state-owned land (1-21-2020)

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