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Loma Prieta: 29 Years Later29 years ago today, the Loma Prieta earthquake caused some of the most devastating losses the Bay Area has ever seen. The question now is: could today's infrastructure withstand an earthquake that's just as powerful? Andria Borba reports. (10-17-2018)
New Details In Sexual Assault Behind San Jose ChurchJoe Vasquez brings the latest on the assault; a woman took to Twitter to defend the suspect. (10-17-2018)
Hayward City Council Candidate Fights Through Overt Racism, IslamophobiaThe campaign trail for Hayward's city council is turning ugly for Aisha Wahab, a Muslim candidate who has become the target of racial remarks and other threats. Christin Ayers reports. (10-17-2018)
New Study Says Antioch Has Worst Streets, Roads In AmericaThe study, published by a transportation research group called "TRIP," says federal data shows Antioch has the country's roughest ride. Concord ranked second. John Ramos reports. (10-17-2018)
SJSU Honors Legacy Of 1968 Olympics ProtestersStudents at San Jose State University on Wednesday had the chance to meet a pair of icons who secured a major spot in civil rights history by spurring their own movement 50 years ago. Len Ramirez reports. (10-17-2018)
Builder Sues Over $2.2 Billion Salesforce Transit CenterWilson Walker reports on lawsuit filed by contractors against Transbay Joint Powers Authority (10-17-2018)