The Santa Clara Valley Water District said Monday that it agrees with federal regulators' orders to move forward with the project to empty the Anderson Reservoir to reduce risk to the public in the event of an earthquake. Maria Medina reports. (2-24-2020)

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Draining Of Santa Clara County's Anderson Reservoir To Begin In OctoberThe Santa Clara Valley Water District said Monday that it agrees with federal regulators' orders to move forward with the project to empty the Anderson Reservoir to reduce risk to the public in the event of an earthquake. Maria Medina reports. (2-24-2020)
Neighbors Of Rescued Palo Alto Couple Preparing Homecoming CelebrationNeighbors of a Palo Alto couple miraculously rescued from the wilderness in Marin County are preparing to celebrate their homecoming. Kiet Do reports. (2-24-2020)
Palo Alto Couple Rescued From Wilderness 'Forever Grateful' For SearchersFamily members say the Palo Alto couple spent another day at Marin General Hospital on Sunday recovering from injuries as well as hypothermia after spending eight days in the wilderness. Joe Vazquez reports. (2-23-2020)
San Francisco Police Make No Arrests As Wild Sideshows Sweep Across CityAt least four sideshows erupted on San Francisco streets early Sunday morning, drawing dozens of cheering, cellphone recording onlookers and screeching cars to locations spread across the city. Devin Fehely reports. (2-23-2020)
Neighbors Planning Welcome Home Party For Rescued Palo Alto HikersA Palo Alto couple is returning home after being rescued in an exhaustive search in the Marin wilderness. Their neighbors are welcoming them back home with a heartwarming party. Kiet Do reports. (2-23-2020)
Search for New Oakland Police Chief BeginsThe search is on for the next police chief in the city of Oakland even as questions surrounding the Thursday-night firing of Chief Anne Kirkpatrick linger. Andrea Nakano reports. (2-21-20)
McClymonds High Students, Parents Left in Limbo After Toxic Groundwater Forces School ClosureThe billboard at McClymonds High School says the campus is closed through Friday but it could be without students a lot longer according to the Oakland Unified School District after the discovery of a carcinogen in the groundwater. Andria Borba reports. (2-21-20)
Parents Demand Answers After Underground Toxic Chemicals Force Oakland School to CloseEmotions were raw among parents demanding answers to questions surrounding toxic groundwater found under McClymonds High School in Oakland. Betty Yu reports. (2-20-20)
Dublin Navy Officer's Homecoming Surprises His KidsIt seemed like a typical school assembly for Brendon and Ethan Nelson. Little did they realize, the gathering was just for them. (2-20-20)
Toxic Chemical Found at Oakland McClymonds High SchoolA leaching, cancer-causing chemical has been found at McClymonds High School in Oakland, prompting the temporary closure of the campus. Team coverage from Juliette Goodrich and Betty Yu. (2-20-20)
Plan for New Shoreline Park in Alameda Includes Veterans ColumbariumThe Alameda City Council voted to take a key step in creating a new shoreline park that also will include a final resting place for veterans. John Ramos reports. (2-20-20)
Palo Alto Woman Back From Coronavirus Quarantine Says Business Taking A HitA Palo Alto woman never got the coronavirus, but she's paying the price for being quarantined. She says her small business and others in the South Bay are taking a hit. Maria Medina reports. (2-19-2020)
Property Manager Was First To Know Couple Was Missing In Marin WildernessAfter several days of searching for a missing couple in the Inverness wilderness, what happened to them and their whereabouts still remains a mystery. Don Ford reports. (2-19-2020)
Legal Officials Condemn ICE Arrests Outside Sonoma. Co Superior CourtICE agents arrested three people at the Sonoma County Courthouse in Santa Rosa on Tuesday. It was a violation of state law and has the entire legal community in an uproar. John Ramos reports. (2-19-2020)
Couple Repurposes Old Yoga Mats Into Pads For Homeless People's PetsA chilly morning walk to work in San Francisco's Financial District spawned a creative recycling idea that brings comfort to the homeless and their pets. Sharon Chin introduces us to this week's Jefferson Award winners. (2-19-2020)
SF Mayor's Plan To Ease Congestion Includes Paid Parking On Sundays, NightsSan Francisco is the second densest large city in the U.S. after New York City, according to SFMTA. Mayor London Breed says the South of Market and the downtown areas are the most in need of traffic interventions. Betty Yu reports. (2-18-2020)
Protest Against Japanese American Internment Held In San FranciscoA solemn commemoration was held in San Francisco Sunday for a dark time in California history when thousands of Japanese Americans were imprisoned in camps during World War II. California is expected to pass a resolution condemning the state's role in the camps. (2-16-2020)
Saratoga Residents Speak Out Against Plans To Annex Mountain WineryThe small town of Saratoga is in a big battle over a proposed hotel at the popular Mountain Winery. Some believe it could be a death trap. Maria Medina reports. (2-12-2020)
San Francisco Int'l Airport To Open New 'SkyTerrace' Public Observation DeckKPIX got a first look at San Francisco International Airport's new public observation deck. Don Ford reports. (2-12-2020)
2 Pedestrians Critically Injured In SF Mission District CrashJoe Vazquez was live at the scene of a crash at 23rd and Mission Streets in San Francisco that left three pedestrians injured, two of them critically. (2-12-2020)
Foster City Police Use 'Bola Wrap' Restraint To Hook Criminals' Legs TogetherFoster City police are using new technology to stop suspects without using lethal force. It's called the "bola wrap" and it looks like something out of a superhero movie. Juliette Goodrich reports. (2-12-2020)
Oakland Students Featured In HBO Documentary Watch Themselves On Big ScreenSome Oakland students have embraced the opportunity to speak before a crowd. Their talents are now featured in a new HBO documentary titled "We Are The Dream." Andrea Nakano takes us to their opening night at the Fox Theater. The documentary debuts on HBO on Feb. 18. (2-11-2020)
VIDEO: Violent Gunpoint Robbery In Oakland Caught On Home Surveillance CameraA violent daylight robbery at gunpoint, caught on camera in Oakland's Dimond district, has neighbors on edge. Joe Vazquez reports. (2-11-2020)
$9.7 Million Petaluma River Dredging Project To Begin This SummerBeginning this summer, the Petaluma River will be dredged for the first time in 17 years. Mayor Teresa Barrett says people are excited to hear the mud is going away. Don Ford reports. (2-11-2020)

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