A fire watch system Sonoma County has been building out for a year uses more than two dozen cameras to triangulate the exact location of remote fires. Wilson Walker reports. (9-20-19)

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Former GOP Congressman Launches Campaign to Create New Political PartyA former California congressman is launching a campaign to start a new political party in the state. Devin Fehely reports. (9-20-19)
Former Raider Antonio Brown Released by Patriots Following Sex Assault AccusationThe New England Patriots released Antonio Brown after claims of sexual misconduct, intimidation of accuser. Team coverage by Vern Glenn and Len Ramirez. (9-20-19)
Climate Protest Continues With Evening March in Palo AltoA daylong worldwide rally to demand action on climate change continued into Friday night in Palo Alto. Kiet Do reports. (9-20-19)
Police Search For Person Of Interest In SJSU Library ShootingKen Bastida reports on authorities releasing photos of a person of interest in shooting that damaged windows at library on SJSU campus (9-20-2019)
Youth Take to Bay Area Streets to Demand Action on Climate ChangeTens of thousands of young people took to the streets of the Bay Area on Friday as part of worldwide Climate Strike actions calling for more urgent action on climate change. Joe Vazquez reports. (9-20-19)
Alameda Residents Startled by Brazen Home InvadersAlameda police are warning residents about brazen break-ins in the last week. They say that, in four cases, the families came face to face with the burglar. Da Lin reports. (9-20-19)
Drug Problems Plague Streets of San FranciscoThe drug-dealing along Seventh St. south of Market is bad and getting worse, say neighborhood residents and workers. Melissa Caen reports. (9-20-19)
Wine Country Growers Grapple With Grape GlutA massive harvest for grape growers in the North Bay means vintners have too many grapes and don’t know what to do with the inventory. Don Ford reports. (9-20-19)
Friday Evening Pinpoint ForecastThe last weekend of summer will be temperature-appropriate all around the Bay Area. (9-20-19)

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Repaired Runway Reopens at SFO Ahead of ScheduleRunway repairs at SFO have delayed and canceled thousands of flights leaving many travelers stranded. Thursday night the construction was finished a week ahead of schedule. Andrea Nakano reports. (9-19-19)
Library, Parking Garage on San Jose State University Campus Damaged by GunfireThe library and a parking structure at San Jose State University were damaged when gunshots were fired Thursday evening, university officials said. Christin Ayers reports. (9-19-19)
Taxi Drivers Worry AB 5 Could Hurt Way Cab Companies OperateCab drivers in the South Bay are fighting AB-5, the new California law designed to help gig workers by reclassifying them from contractors to company employees. Len Ramirez reports. (9-19-19)
Trump Administration Stops Deportation of East Bay Woman With Rare IllnessICE will once again honor deferred-action requests to let patients like Isabel Bueso and their family members stay in the U.S. to receive life-saving medical treatment. Andria Borba reports. (9-19-19)
New Lawsuits Target Vallejo Police DepartmentAs the Vallejo police department prepares to welcome a new police chief, the department is facing three new civil rights violation lawsuits which allege racial profiling, excessive use of force and other police misconduct. Da Lin reports. (9-19-19)
SF Man Behind Viral 'Blinking Guy' GIF Backs Multiple Sclerosis FundraiserDrew Scanlon is the Internet face of "WTF?" and now he's using his meme-orable visage to support the fight against MS. Wilson Walker reports. (9-19-19)
Massive Sculpture Built from Scraps of Old Bay Bridge Span UnveiledWhen the old eastern span of the Bay Bridge was demolished, people asked that the steel be used to benefit the community.  So it was given to artists to create public art across California. John Ramos reports. (9-19-19)
Police Investigate Reports of Shots Fired at SJSU CampusOfficers are investigating reports of shots fired on the San Jose State University campus late Thursday afternoon. (9-19-19)
San Jose Unions, Housing Activists Battle Business Leaders Over High-Rise Fee ReductionSan Jose’s labor unions have joined affordable housing activists to battle with the city’s business leaders, this time over the proposed renewal of the “Downtown High-Rise Fee Reduction Program." Kiet Do reports. (9-19-19)
Drivers Warned to Watch for Deer Crossing Pleasanton RoadsPolice are warning drivers in Pleasanton to watch out for deer that can jump out into the middle of the road and cause serious damage. Don Ford reports. (9-19-19)
S.F. Bar Owner Shuts Down Business, Blames Street People, CrimeAs Pres Trump calls out San Francisco for its troubled streets, one native of the city says he's shutting down his bar due to rampant drug-dealing outside his door. Melissa Caen reports. (9-19-19)
Thursday Evening PInpoint ForecastA warmup is on the way. Emily Turner has the pinpoint forecast for the Bay Area. (9-19-19)
SF Powell Street BART Station Reopens After FatalityThe Powell Street BART station in San Francisco reopened after a fatality on the tracks Thursday afternoon that caused major delays throughout the Bay Area for the evening commute. Andria Borba reports. (9-19-19)
U.S. Navy Admits UFOs Captured On Video Exist; Expert Speculates They're From EarthThe U.S. Navy has finally admitted the existence of the unidentified flying objects their pilots captured on video that had the world speculating that they could be extraterrestrial life. Maria Medina reports. (9-18-2019)
Berkeley Coffee Shops Offer Reusable Stainless Steel Cups In Pilot ProgramA dozen coffee shops in Berkeley launched a pilot program Wednesday to begin using stainless steel reusable cups that people can scan on their phone and take with them for up to five days. Christin Ayers reports. (9-18-2019)
Trump Accuses San Francisco Of Environmental Violations Due To Homeless PopulationPresident Trump wrapped up his California tour by taking a shot at San Francisco. He threatened EPA action over violations related to the homeless crisis, specifically citing pollution, such as used needles, flowing into the ocean. Joe Vazquez reports. (9-18-2019)
High School In Walnut Creek Disciplines Vaping Teens With Saturday SchoolAndria Borba reports on Northgate High School taking an unusual approach by disciplining vaping teens along with their parents (9-18-2019)
Bay Area Cop Shortage Prompts Police Departments To Entice Rookies With CashIn a tight job market, even police are struggling to fill their ranks. Several Bay Area police departments are trying to use cash to get rookies in the door. Juliette Goodrich reports. (9-18-2019)
Feud Between Santa Clara And 49ers Over Levi's Stadium Heats UpLen Ramirez reports on Santa Clara officials giving 49ers an "F" grade on management of Levi's Stadium for non-NFL events (9-18-2019)
Marin County Votes To Buy, Give Coast Guard Townhomes To Pt. Reyes StationPoint Reyes Station residents are celebrating a victory against the housing crisis after Marin County voted to purchase Coast Guard land to give to the town. John Ramos reports. (9-18-2019)

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