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PIX NowHere's the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (7-18-19)
Brazen Beauty Store Bandits Target Ulta Salons Across Bay AreaMorgan Hill police said Thursday they're searching for a group of brazen beauty store shoplifters who they say have hit Ulta Beauty stores all over the Bay Area. Maria Medina reports. (7-18-19)
San Francisco Mansion at Center of Eviction BattlePresidio Heights is one of the richest neighborhoods in San Francisco so it's unusual for someone to be evicted from a home there. Yet that is exactly what is happening at one mansion at 3400 Washington. Joe Vazquez reports. (7-18-19)
War of Words Between President and Minnesota Congresswoman Heats UpThe war of words is heating up between President Trump and one of the 4 congresswomen he targeted with his incendiary tweet: Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota. Andria Borba reports. (7-18-19)
From the KPIX Archive: 1969 News Events in the Bay AreaKPIX took a look into its news vault and found some real gems from an epochal year: 1969. Major stories involved campus unrest, teacher strikes, minority student demands and a sexual revolution in society. Allen Martin reports. (7-18-19)
San Jose Police Make Heroic Rescue of Man in Burning MinivanSan Jose police officers made a daring rescue of a homeless man from his burning van. Kiet Do reports. (7-18-19)
Red Tape Stalls Sausalito Mudslide CleanupFive months after mud and wreckage was unleashed during a February landslide in Sausalito, cleanup has hit a major delay. Wilson Walker reports. (7-18-19)
Oakland Police Union Blasts Recommendation to Fire Officers in Fatal ShootingThe union that represents Oakland police officers issued a statement on Thursday criticizing the Oakland Police Commission's recommendation that five officers involved in the fatal shooting last year of a homeless man with mental issues be fired. Andria Borba reports. (7-18-19)
UC Regents Take Step Toward Tuition FreezesIn its latest effort to find a fair way to raise tuition, the University of California wants yearly price hikes but only for incoming freshmen and transfer students. Melissa Caen reports. (7-18-19)
Pumpsie Green Interview From 2009Pioneer baseball player Pumpsie Green discusses breaking the color barrier for the Red Sox in 1959. Green died Wednesday near his home in the East Bay. (7-18-2019)
Old, Rusting Ferry Blocks Commercial Boater from Exiting Vallejo MarinaCommercial fisherman Doug Wagoner thought he'd prepared for his retirement then found out that the city of Vallejo is literally blocking his plan. There's an old steam ferry troop ship keeping him stuck in the marina. KPIX 5's John Ramos explains. (7-18-19)
Palo Alto NIMBY Fight Over Proposed Girls School Expansion PlanTension over the proposed expansion of Castilleja School in Palo Alto has continued to build. Devin Fehely reports. (7-18-19)
2 Teen Suspects Arrested In Connection With Tanforan Mall ShootingAndrea Nakano reports on teenage suspects being arrested in connection with Tanforan Shopping Center shooting (7-18-2019)
Poll Shows Gov. Newsom Approval Numbers SlippingCalifornia voters give Gov. Newsom a divided 39 - 38 percent job approval rating, down from a 40 - 33 percent approval rating April 11. Melissa Caen reports. (7-18-19)
Thursday Evening Pinpoint ForecastA familiar pattern settles in: fog and low clouds along the coast with warm-to-hot inland valleys.In short, it's "stratus quo," says Brian Hackney. (7-18-19)
Driver Detained Following Deadly Hit-and-Run in Downtown S.F.San Francisco police are piecing together details in a fatal collision involving a pedestrian and a semi near Market St at Fifth St. on Thursday. Susie Steimle reports. (7-18-19)
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