Bay Area Community Services (BACS) is the largest housing solutions program in the Bay Area and it's largely funded by tens of millions of taxpayer dollars. But dozens of people say they're back out on the street because of BACS. Susie Steimle reports. (11-18-2019)

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Dozens Say Taxpayer-Funded Housing Program Put Them Back On The StreetBay Area Community Services (BACS) is the largest housing solutions program in the Bay Area and it's largely funded by tens of millions of taxpayer dollars. But dozens of people say they're back out on the street because of BACS. Susie Steimle reports. (11-18-2019)
Accused Chinese Spy From Hayward Linked To Real Estate SchemeEdward Peng of Hayward is charged with giving classified information to Chinese officials through "dead drops" in California and Georgia. Prosecutors say his sister bough millions of dollars worth of Bay Area property with money wired from China. (11-18-2019)
Orinda Halloween Shooting: DA Not Filing Charges, Most Suspects ReleasedContra Costa County prosecutors are not filing charges against the suspects in the Orinda Halloween party shooting at an Airbnb and most of the suspects were released Monday night. Betty Yu reports (11-18-2019)
String Of Stanford Students Reportedly Date Rape DruggedTwo Stanford University students reported being possible victims of the date rape drug over the weekend. The two cases are just a part of a string of reports from students who believed they had become victims of drugging. Maria Medina reports. (11-18-2019)
PG&E Potential Shutoff Could Put 300K Customers In The Dark WednesdayPG&E officials are saying they may turn off power again, which would make it the fourth time in two months that thousands are left in the dark. Joe Vazquez reports. (11-18-2019)
PG&E May Shut Off Power To Thousands Due To High Risk Fire Conditions WednesdayHigh winds are in the forecast for Wednesday, meaning PG&E may be forced to shut off power to tens of thousands in the Bay Area this week. Andria Borba reports. (11-17-2019)
Racial Disparity In Oakland Traffic Stops Remains Despite Police Department ChangesThe number of African American people involved in traffic stops by Oakland Police has dropped nearly in half since 2016. Police Chief Anne Kirkpatrick says this is real progress in the fight against racial profiling, but many in the community say it’s just a numbers game. John Ramos reports. (11/19/19)
Peninsula Lawmakers May Give Ranchers Permits To Shoot Mountain LionsPeninsula lawmakers are considering a measure to deal with mountain lions that attack and kill local livestock. Don Ford tells us why some groups don't like it.
Ford Unveils Electric Mustang Mach-E SUV; Elon Musk Tweets CongratulationsFord unveiled its all-electric Ford Mustang Mach-E crossover SUV on Sunday, and Tesla CEO Elon Musk sent out a congratulatory tweet following the announcement. Kiet Do reports. (11/19/19)
DNA Found On Plastic Spoon Leads To Arrest In Sexual Assault Cold CasesA Livermore man had been arrested after DNA obtained from a discarded plastic spoon linked him to two 1997 cold case rapes including the sexual assault of a woman as she was walking to a BART station. Katie Nielsen reports. (11/19/19)
South Bay Prosecutor Used Daughter As Bait To Catch Her Suspected MolesterA Santa Clara County prosecutor and father took an unusual, possibly illegal step to help police catch his daughter's suspected molester. He used his daughter to lure the suspect while he recorded any incriminating actions nearby. Devin Fehely reports. (11-18-2019)
CBS Sunday Morning's Mo Rocca Talks New Book 'Mobituaries'Mo Rocca, correspondent for CBS Sunday Morning, talks to KPIX 5's Kenny Choi about his new best-selling book "Mobituaries." The book is published by Simon and Schuster, a division of CBS. (11/18/19)
Team Coverage: PG&E Warns Of Another Power Shutoff Impacting 264,000 CustomersWith the potential for fires increasing, Pacific Gas & Electric Co. warned Monday that more than 260,000 customers could be impacted in another Public Safety Power Shutoff. Anne Makovec and Mary Lee report. (11/18/19)
Raw Video: Fresno Police Chief Andy Hall Update On Mass Shooting InvestigationAt a press conference Monday, Fresno Police Chief Andy Hall appeared shaken as he gave an update on the mass shooting at a football watch party Sunday evening in which four people were killed and six others injured. (11/18/19)
Adopt A Senior Dog Month UnderwayNovember is "Adopt a Senior Dog Month", and Muttville rescue in San Francisco is hoping to set a new record this year. Kristen Hoff of Muttville talks to KPIX 5's Kenny Choi about senior dogs, who are age 7 and up, for adoption. (11/18/19)
PG&E Says Potential Power Shutoffs Looming Again This WeekAfter unprecedented power shutoffs last month, PG&E said there could be additional outages this week in some areas, with increased fire danger again in the forecast. Jackie Ward reports. (11/18/19)
Dozens Rally To Support Texas Death Row Inmate Rodney Reed In San FranciscoDozens in the Bay Area turned out Sunday in support of Rodney Reed, a prisoner on death row in Texas. (11-17-2019)
Vandals Deface San Francisco Ice Cream Shop With Chemical GraffitiAn ice cream shop owner is offering a $2,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of vandals who have twice defiled his store with deep etchings in the front windows as well as graffiti that appears to have been drawn with acid. Joe Vazquez reports. (11-17-2019)
PG&E: High Wind Event Could Prompt Power Shutoffs In North Bay, Sierra This WeekPG&E is warning of another potential power shutoff in many Northern California counties starting Wednesday due to a high wind event. Betty Yu reports. (11-17-2019)
10 Hit, 4 Killed In Mass Shooting During Fresno Backyard GatheringTen people were shot, four fatally, in what police are calling a "mass casualty" shooting at a gathering in southeast Fresno, Fresno police said Sunday. (11-17-2019)
New Stanford Hospital Opens Doors, Begins Moving In PatientsAfter years of planning and building, Stanford Hospital has opened the doors to a new state-of-the-art, multi-million dollar building. Devin Fehely reports. (11-17-2019)
Niner Fans React To Kaepernick's Irregular QB Workout In AtlantaColin Kaepernick's highly anticipated--and highly irregular--workout in Atlanta had some fans at Levi's Stadium talking about whether it was legitimate or a publicity stunt. Kiet Do reports. (11-17-2019)
Kaiser CEO Bernard Tyson's Legacy, Compassion Remembered In OaklandLast week, the medical community was stunned by the news that Kaiser Permanente CEO Bernard Tyson died in his sleep at 60 years of age. Family and friends gathered in Oakland Sunday to reflect on his legacy. John Ramos reports. (11-17-2019)
Santa Clara Prosecutor Allegedly Used Daughter As Bait To Catch Accused MolesterA Santa Clara County prosecutor could face charges of endangering his own daughter for allegedly using her as bait to catch the man accused of molesting her. (11-17-2019)

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