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SJ Chipotle Worker Sues For Sexual HarassmentA male employee at a San Jose Chipotle claims he was harassed and groped by his female manager and subjected to a sex "score board" she posted in her office. Maria Medina has details of the case.
Concord Is Competing To Be Amazon's Second HeadquartersThe city of Concord announced it is competing for Amazon's second headquarters. John Ramos reports. (9/12/17)
Southwest Competes For Travelers Out Of San Jose Mineta InternationalAirlines are fighting over customers who want to fly out of San Jose. Alaska Airlines recently claimed most non-stops but as Len Ramirez reports, Southwest just upped the ante.
Woman Dies In San Jose Hit-And-RunA woman died in a crash in East San Jose Saturday. Maria Medina spoke to a man who tried to stop the suspect from fleeing the scene.
VIDEO: Long Lines On Day One Of Recreational Pot Sales In NevadaPeople began buying pot just after the stroke of midnight in Nevada, with lines outside dispensaries circling the block.
NASCAR Fans Camping Out, Revved Up, Ready For Big RaceThe roar of the engine and squealing tires is music to their ears. Katie Nielsen talks to fans, drivers and gives an idea of the cost of a NASCAR vacation.

Business

High Cost of Housing Contributes to Bay Area Jobs LossExperts on the Bay Area economy are waving a warning flag, after employers cut thousands of jobs for a second straight month. Maria Medina reports. (10-20-17)
Northern California's Marijuana Industry Takes A Hit From WildfiresThe Northern California wildfires have hit the marijuana industry, burning dozens of pot farms and leaving many more engulfed in smoke.Juliette Goodrich reports. (10/17/17)
Tiles Falling Off New Homes in San JoseHeavy, decorative tiles have been falling off the side of homes in the Communications Hill Promenade -- a brand new subdivision in south San Jose. Len Ramirez reports. (10-6-17)

News

Stanford Communications Network Pulls Double-Duty As Quake Detection SystemA web of fiber optic cables under the Stanford campus is doing much more than just transferring data. As KPIX 5's Len Ramirez reports, it is now acting as an earthquake early-warning system. (10-20-17)
Wildfire Evacuee Family Welcomes New Member Born in Their Napa HotelA husband and wife who fled the firestorm in Napa County ended up having their baby in a hotel. Katie Nielsen reports. (10-20-17)
High Cost of Housing Contributes to Bay Area Jobs LossExperts on the Bay Area economy are waving a warning flag, after employers cut thousands of jobs for a second straight month. Maria Medina reports. (10-20-17)

Pets

National Park Service Drops Opposition To Off-Leash Dogs At GGNRAThe tug-of-war access to the Golden Gate National Recreation Area is over -- and the dogs won. Andria Borba reports. (10-19-17)
North Bay High School Students Work to Save Animals from WildfiresSchools in Napa may be closed but students at one high school are still coming together to use the property as a haven for hundreds of displaced animals. John Ramos reports. (10-12-17)
Neighbors Snarl at Proposed Dog Hotel in San RafaelPlans for a doggy daycare center in the North Bay have hit a snag. Don Ford reports. (10-6-17)

Consumer News

Some Bay Area Whole Foods Locations Targeted By HackersWhole Foods is warning customers of several Bay Area locations that they could be victims of a credit card breach involving the chain. Jessica Flores reports. (10/6/17)
AAA Study Finds Drivers Increasingly Distracted By Dashboard TechA new study by AAA finds drivers have become increasingly distracted by infotainment systems in dashboards, which have become much more sophisticated over the years. Jessica Flores reports. (10/5/17)
Better Business Bureau Warning Of Online Puppy ScammersThe Better Business Bureau is warning people about a new scam targeting animal lovers looking to buy a pet on the Internet. Anne Makovec tells us the pets often don't exist.

Crime

State Legislators Launch Investigation into Alleged Sexual Harassment of a LobbyistThe search is on for the legislator who allegedly attacked a lobbyist, Pamela Lopez, two years ago. Melissa Caen reports. (10-20-17)
Focus on Start of Bear Fire Turns to Chop Shop in Santa Cruz MountainsNew clues are surfacing about the possible cause of the Bear Fire that's burning in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Devin Fehely reports. (10-20-17)
Suspect Arraigned for SFPD Bicycle Officer Hit-and-RunThe 50-year-old suspect is facing serious charges, including attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon on an officer. Andria Borba reports. (10-20-17)

General

Wine Country Tries To Finish Grape Harvest Amid WildfiresWinemakers aren't sure exactly how grapes harvested during or after the Napa and Sonoma wildfires will taste as wine. Don Ford reports. (10/16/17)
SFPD On High Alert In Wake Of Vegas MassacreSunday night’s deadly rampage in Las Vegas is prompting heightened security in the Bay Area. With two big events underway,Phil Matier tells us police are not taking any chances.
Oakland Realtor Beaten To Death By SonPolice were investigating the beating death of an 80-year-old real estate agent. The suspect is the man's son.

Local News

Stanford Communications Network Pulls Double-Duty As Quake Detection SystemA web of fiber optic cables under the Stanford campus is doing much more than just transferring data. As KPIX 5's Len Ramirez reports, it is now acting as an earthquake early-warning system. (10-20-17)
Wildfire Evacuee Family Welcomes New Member Born in Their Napa HotelA husband and wife who fled the firestorm in Napa County ended up having their baby in a hotel. Katie Nielsen reports. (10-20-17)
High Cost of Housing Contributes to Bay Area Jobs LossExperts on the Bay Area economy are waving a warning flag, after employers cut thousands of jobs for a second straight month. Maria Medina reports. (10-20-17)

Internet

Stanford Communications Network Pulls Double-Duty As Quake Detection SystemA web of fiber optic cables under the Stanford campus is doing much more than just transferring data. As KPIX 5's Len Ramirez reports, it is now acting as an earthquake early-warning system. (10-20-17)
Google Wrangles with City of Mountain View Over Housing, Office SpaceGoogle to Mountain View: if you want to build housing near our campus, we want something in return. Len Ramirez reports. (9-28-17)
Better Business Bureau Warning Of Online Puppy ScammersThe Better Business Bureau is warning people about a new scam targeting animal lovers looking to buy a pet on the Internet. Anne Makovec tells us the pets often don't exist.

KPIXTV

Stanford Communications Network Pulls Double-Duty As Quake Detection SystemA web of fiber optic cables under the Stanford campus is doing much more than just transferring data. As KPIX 5's Len Ramirez reports, it is now acting as an earthquake early-warning system. (10-20-17)
Wildfire Evacuee Family Welcomes New Member Born in Their Napa HotelA husband and wife who fled the firestorm in Napa County ended up having their baby in a hotel. Katie Nielsen reports. (10-20-17)
High Cost of Housing Contributes to Bay Area Jobs LossExperts on the Bay Area economy are waving a warning flag, after employers cut thousands of jobs for a second straight month. Maria Medina reports. (10-20-17)

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