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Gucci Under Fire For Selling Turban As Fashion AccessoryAn uproar over a head wrap made by Gucci and offered for sale at Nordstrom has prompted the retailer to pull it from their shelves. Betty Yu reports that American Sikhs want an apology from the designer.
Runners Say Rain Won't Ruin The Party At SF's Bay To BreakersPeople running Bay to Breakers on Sunday might want to consider adding a raincoat to their costume. Andrea Nakano tells us, wet weather won't dampen the mood of the party.
Proposal To Create More Affordable Housing In California Shelved Until 2020Despite homelessness in California, and the state's escalating housing crisis, Melissa Caen tells us a proposal that would have sped up construction all over the state has hit a massive speed bump.
Who Gave Portland the Nickname 'Rip City' ?KPIX 5 sports director Dennis O'Donnell talks to the man behind the Trail Blazers' hometown's inside-basketball nickname. (5-17-19)
Sharks Super Fans Undaunted by Friday Loss to BluesAlthough fans left a free watch party at Avaya Stadium disappointed, they said they weren’t yet discouraged. Maria Medina reports from San Jose. (5-17-19)
Wrongfully Convicted Man Works to Help Other Innocent VictimsKPIX 5's Christin Ayers spoke with Quedillis "Rick" Walker who is helping a wrongfully-convicted man in Santa Clara County. (5-17-19)
Bay Area Gas Prices Soar to Highest in NationThe Bay Area had the highest gas prices in the country last month and there's a new theory about what's behind those pumped-up prices. Betty Yu reports. (5-17-19)
Unseasonable Rain Threatens Chardonnay Grape Yield in Wine CountryIt's a delicate time for flowering Chardonnay vines and a heavy rainfall can interfere with their pollination. Wilson Walker reports. (5-17-19)
Berkeley Considers Using Sirens to Alert Residents to Evacuate FirestormsThe city of Berkeley is considering an old-fashioned system for alerting residents to the new normal during fire season. Da Lin reports. (5-17-19)

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Public Defender Argues Against Judge’s Ruling to Try Santa Cruz Teen as AdultThe Santa Cruz County Public Defender’s Office says a judge got it wrong when he decided to continue to prosecute accused killer Adrian Gonzalez as an adult. Devin Fehely reports. (5-17-19)
Oakland Tenants Prevail in 'Renoviction' LawsuitA group of tenants in Oakland lawyered up and now they're getting a settlement of $575,000 in a so-called "renoviction" case but neither side feels as though they've won. Susie Steimle reports. (5-17-19)
Gilroy Garlic Growers Cheer Tariffs on ChinaBay Area garlic producers have a different take on the tariffs against China compared to most American farmers -- they say President Trump's latest move will help them. Len Ramirez reports. (5-17-19)
Border Wall Battle Comes to Bay AreaThe White House is bringing its border wall battle to the Bay Area, squaring off against opponents here in federal court. Melissa Caen reports. (5-17-19)
Inflatable Dam on Russian River Lowered to Prevent DamageThe Sonoma County Water Agency is lowering the inflatable rubber dam on the Russian River to prevent damage from raised river flows caused by heavy rain this week. Don Ford reports. (5-17-19)
Measles Case Confirmed in Berkeley; Health Warning IssuedA case of measles has been confirmed for a Berkeley resident and a health warning issued for customers who shopped at the Berkeley Bowl on the afternoon May 7, health officials announced Friday. Andria Borba reports. (5-17-19)
SAT Test Takers Will Get 'Adversity Score' Along With Test ScoreHigh school students who take the SATs will not only get a test score, but now they’ll also get an adversity score.
Silicon Valley's Homeless Population Explodes, According To New SurveyA new survey shows that the homeless population in Santa Clara County has exploded with most of those without a home living in San Jose.
Fighter Jet Crashes Through Roof Of Building In Los AngelesHeart-stopping video shows the moments a fighter jet barreled through a building in Los Angeles.
'We Stole That Game': Warriors Rally From 15 Down At Halftime To Win Game 2 Over Trail BlazersThe Golden State Warriors squeezed out a win over the Portland Trail Blazers 114-111 in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals Thursday night.
East Bay Cryogenics Lab Freezing Patients' Bodies In Hopes Of Future CuresJuliette Goodrich reports on San Leandro cryogenics lab Trans Time putting bodies of dead clients in deep freeze (5-16-2019)
New Haven Unified School District Teachers Prepare for StrikeHundreds of teachers will strike next week following a breakdown in contract talks with a Union City school district. Da Lin reports
Gov. Newsom Pushes for Lowered Prescription Drug PricesThree Bay Area counties joined the state of California to negotiate lower prescription drug prices. Governor Gavin Newsom says he's prepared to play hardball to lower the costs. Melissa Caen reports. (5-16-19)
Sneak Peek: Golden Gate Bridge Suicide Barrier Takes ShapeWe're getting a first look at the giant nets being installed at the Golden Gate Bridge as a suicide deterrent. Wilson Walker reports. (5-16-19)
UC Berkeley Student Accused in 2 Brutal Sexual AssaultsPolice in the East Bay on Thursday announced the arrest of a Cal student who was active in the university's fraternity system in connection with two violent sexual assaults, according to authorities. Andria Borba reports. (5-16-19)
Autopilot Was in Use Before Tesla Hit Semi TrailerA Tesla Model S involved in a fatal crash with a semitrailer in Florida March 1 was operating on the San Francisco Bay Area-based automaker's semi-autonomous Autopilot system, federal investigators have determined. Kiet Do reports. (5-16-19)
Bay Area Woman Receives Long-Delayed DoctorateA Lafayette woman has been awarded a PhD in chemistry which she actually earned nearly 50 years ago. John Ramos reports. (5-16-19)
Homeless Population Surges Across Bay AreaA federal count shows the number of homeless people increased by double-digit percentages in three San Francisco Bay Area counties over the last two years. Len Ramirez reports from San Jose. (5-16-19)
Hayward Man Arrested for Cold Case Murder of Daughter of Former Stanford Athletic DirectorDetectives in San Mateo County say they've solved a 45-year-old cold case murder. Devin Fehely reports. (5-16-19)
Attorney For Camp Fire Victims Says PG&E May Soon Face Criminal ChargesAn attorney representing around 2000 Camp Fire victims wasn't surprised to hear about Cal Fire's investigation into PG&E. He believes criminal charges may be filed against the utility. Andrea Nakano reports. (5-15-2019)

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