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Controversy Continues Over Presidential Condolences to Gold Star FamiliesWhite House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is criticizing a Democratic congresswoman who clashed with the president over his condolence call to a military widow. Seth Lemon reports. (10-20-17)
President Trump's Condolence Calls Come Under ScrutinyTrump is under fire for condolence call he made to widow of a U.S. soldier who died in West Africa. (10/18/17)
Wildfire Victims Sue PG&E While Officials Continue To Investigate CauseThe first lawsuit in the wine country wildfires was filed by a Santa Rosa couple who blames PG&E for the inferno that turned their home to ash. Phil Matier reports. (10/18/17)
FEMA Vows To Help Northern California Fire VictimsWhile FEMA is promising to provide support to wildfire victims, it is also working disasters across 20 states. Joe Vazquez reports.
Bay Area Prep School Coach Resigns After Players Kneel For National AnthemStudents say parents, teachers and coaches may be against kneeling during the National Anthem, but most students support it. Maria Medina reports. (10/17/17)
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)

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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)

Gov't, Politics & Law

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)
San Jose Gun Owners Required To Lock Up Firearms Before Leaving HomeTo keep guns out of the hands of residential burglars, San Jose is requiring gun owners to lock up their firearms before leaving home. Devin Fehely reports. (10/18/17)
Wildfire Victims Sue PG&E While Officials Continue To Investigate CauseThe first lawsuit in the wine country wildfires was filed by a Santa Rosa couple who blames PG&E for the inferno that turned their home to ash. Phil Matier reports. (10/18/17)

Politics

Controversy Continues Over Presidential Condolences to Gold Star FamiliesWhite House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is criticizing a Democratic congresswoman who clashed with the president over his condolence call to a military widow. Seth Lemon reports. (10-20-17)
State Senate Leader to Challenge Dianne Feinstein for U.S. SenateDemocrat Kevin de Leon, leader of the California Senate, said he will challenge U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein in next year's election. Melissa Caen reports. (10/16/17)
Raw Video: Napa Supervisor Reassures Immigrants In Wildfire ZoneIn a statement to undocumented immigrants, Napa County Supervisor Belia Ramos said the county would continue to be a welcoming place during the fires, saying that ICE is not conducting routine enforcement at shelters.

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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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