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Wrongfully Convicted Man Works to Help Other Innocent VictimsKPIX 5's Christin Ayers spoke with Quedillis "Rick" Walker who is helping a wrongfully-convicted man in Santa Clara County. (5-17-19)
Bay Area Gas Prices Soar to Highest in NationThe Bay Area had the highest gas prices in the country last month and there's a new theory about what's behind those pumped-up prices. Betty Yu reports. (5-17-19)
Dennis O'Donnell Returns To PortlandKPIX Sports Director Dennis O'Donnell returns to Portland for the first time since the "We Believe" Warriors clinched a playoff berth on the final night of the 2006-07 regular season. The current version of the Warriors is in Portland for Games 3 and 4 of the Western Conference Finals. Golden State leads the series 2-0. (5-17-19)
Unseasonable Rain Threatens Chardonnay Grape Yield in Wine CountryIt's a delicate time for flowering Chardonnay vines and a heavy rainfall can interfere with their pollination. Wilson Walker reports. (5-17-19)
Berkeley Considers Using Sirens to Alert Residents to Evacuate FirestormsThe city of Berkeley is considering an old-fashioned system for alerting residents to the new normal during fire season. Da Lin reports. (5-17-19)
Public Defender Argues Against Judge’s Ruling to Try Santa Cruz Teen as AdultThe Santa Cruz County Public Defender’s Office says a judge got it wrong when he decided to continue to prosecute accused killer Adrian Gonzalez as an adult. Devin Fehely reports. (5-17-19)
Oakland Tenants Prevail in 'Renoviction' LawsuitA group of tenants in Oakland lawyered up and now they're getting a settlement of $575,000 in a so-called "renoviction" case but neither side feels as though they've won. Susie Steimle reports. (5-17-19)
Gilroy Garlic Growers Cheer Tariffs on ChinaBay Area garlic producers have a different take on the tariffs against China compared to most American farmers -- they say President Trump's latest move will help them. Len Ramirez reports. (5-17-19)
Border Wall Battle Comes to Bay AreaThe White House is bringing its border wall battle to the Bay Area, squaring off against opponents here in federal court. Melissa Caen reports. (5-17-19)
Inflatable Dam on Russian River Lowered to Prevent DamageThe Sonoma County Water Agency is lowering the inflatable rubber dam on the Russian River to prevent damage from raised river flows caused by heavy rain this week. Don Ford reports. (5-17-19)
Measles Case Confirmed in Berkeley; Health Warning IssuedA case of measles has been confirmed for a Berkeley resident and a health warning issued for customers who shopped at the Berkeley Bowl on the afternoon May 7, health officials announced Friday. Andria Borba reports. (5-17-19)
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San Jose Sharks Fans Line Up To Get Free Team TattoosJackie Ward reports on Sharks fans getting tattoos paid for by the team ahead of Game 4 (5-17-2019)
Wayward Dog Belonging To California Family Found In MichiganA wayward dog belonging to a California family will soon be coming home after he was found thousands of miles away in Michigan. (5/17/19)
Antioch Man Arrested For Setting Up Hidden Bathroom Cameras, Child PornEmily Turner reports on Fremont police arresting man from Antioch for surreptitiously recording male victims inside a restroom and possession of child porn (5-17-2019)
Trump Administration Considers Using Little-Known Law To Allow Military To Round-Up Illegal ImmigrantsNatalie Brand reports on latest developments in President Trump's push to overhaul immigration system (5-17-2019)
Former Marin County Golf Course To Be Converted To Public LandA landmark property in the San Geronimo Valley in Marin County is to be converted into public land and local residents are being asked for their input on the project. Anne Makovec reports. (5/17/19)
Truck Carrying Hazardous Materials Crashes In Napa, Forcing EvacuationsWilson Walker reports on crews working to clear tanks of chemicals after truck crashes in Napa (5-17-2019)

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