California's $160 billion wine industry could dry up if something isn't done about climate change. Emily Turner talks to some concerned vintners about the fate of the state's grapes.

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California's Multi-Billion Dollar Wine Industry Could Dry Up Due To Climate ChangeCalifornia's $160 billion wine industry could dry up if something isn't done about climate change. Emily Turner talks to some concerned vintners about the fate of the state's grapes.
CPUC To Hold Emergency Meeting On PG&E Power ShutoffsCalling the situation unacceptable, the California Public Utilities Commission is expected to hold an emergency meeting on the recent PG&E public safety power shutoffs that impacted millions of people. Jackie Ward reports. (10/18/19)
Loma Prieta Earthquake Anniversary: What Should Be In Your Quake Kit?The 30th anniversary of the Loma Prieta Earthquake is a good reminder to be prepared for the next big quake. KPIX 5 reporter Mary Lee talks to Capt. Erica Arteseros of the San Francisco Fire Department about what should be in your preparedness kit. (10/17/19)
Quake Alert System Unveiled On 30th Anniversary Of Loma PrietaThursday marks 30 years since the massive Loma Prieta Earthquake struck the Bay Area and killed 67 people and caused major devastation in the region. Coinciding with the anniversary, the USGS is set to release its own quake warning system app. KPIX 5 reporter Jackie Ward talks to Robert DeGroot of the USGS about the app. (10/17/19)
San Francisco Cutting Business Ties With 22 States Over Abortion RestrictionsCity officials in San Francisco announced Wednesday it's cutting business ties with nearly two dozen states over laws restricting abortion. (10/16/19)
Investigation Underway Into Massive Fire At Fuel Facility In CrockettInvestigators are seeking answers after a massive fire burned ethanol storage tanks at the NuStar fuel facility in Crockett on Tuesday. Jackie Ward reports. (10/16/19)
Fuel Tank Explosion In Crockett Causes Massive Fire, Shuts Down I-80Team coverage of the fire at the NuStar fuel facility in Crockett. The fire closed down Interstate 80 for hours, causing a Bay Area traffic nightmare. The fire was contained around 9 p.m. Andria Borba and Joe Vazquez report. (10-15-2019)
Scooter Companies Set To Expand In San FranciscoAfter being banned from San Francisco streets last year, several scooter companies are set to deploy 2,500 scooters over the next few months. KPIX 5 reporter Jackie Ward talks to Lime general manager EV Ellington about the company's plans. (10/15/19)
Parking Spots Disappear At Mineta San Jose International AirportFor nearly nine hours Saturday, every spot in every lot at Mineta San Jose International Airport was completely full -- a sign that parking hasn't kept pace with the airport's explosive growth in recent years. Devin Fehely reports. (1014/19)
Alcatraz Indigenous People's Sunrise Gathering Marks 50 Years Since OccupationMore than 1,700 people gathered on Alcatraz early Monday morning for a sunrise gathering on Indigienous People's Day, 50 years since a group of Native Americans occupied the island. Jackie Ward reports. (10/14/19)
PG&E In Process Of Restoring Power; Some East Bay Schools Open Despite No ElectricityPG&E on Friday is in the process of restoring electricity to hundreds of thousands of utility customers impacted by preemptive power shutoffs. Meanwhile, some schools in the Lafayette area will be open Friday despite lack of power. Jackie Ward reports. (10/11/19)
State Senator Calls For Clear Parameters For PG&E ShutoffsWith preemptive power shutoffs by PG&E causing outrage across California, State Sen. Scott Wiener is calling for legislation to establish clear standards on when a utility can shut off power. (10/10/19)
Wildfire Breaks Out In Moraga Neighborhood Impacted By PG&E OutageEvacuations were ordered early Thursday morning in Moraga's Sanders Ranch neighborhood after a wildfire broke out. The neighborhood was among those PG&E shut off power to amid high wildfire danger. Jackie Ward reports. (10/10/19)
Raw Video: Gov. Gavin Newsom Says Californians Should Be 'Outraged' Over PG&E ShutoffsSpeaking at an event in Oakland on Tuesday, Gov. Gavin Newsom said the hundreds of thousands of PG&E customers impacted by public safety power shutoffs should be "outraged" and "infuriated."
POWER OUTAGE: Lights go out in downtown SonomaLights go out in downtown Sonoma
POWER OUTAGE: North Bay neighborhoods go dark as PG&E power outage beginsNorth Bay neighborhoods go dark as PG&E power outage begins
Walnut Creek Breaks Ground On Transit Village, 600 Apartments Near BARTA city in the East Bay looks to make progress against the ever-growing housing crisis. (10/8/19)
Bay Area Counties Brace For Potential PG&E Power ShutoffsResidents in seven out of the nine Bay Area counties are bracing for potential preemptive power shutoffs by PG&E, with strong winds and high fire danger in the forecast. Jackie Ward reports. (10/8/19)
Facebook Settles Advertiser Lawsuit For $40 MillionFacebook is settling a lawsuit by advertisers who said the social media giant inflated the amount of time users watched videos for $40 million. (10/8/19)
2019 San Francisco Fleet Week Set To BeginThe annual Fleet Week celebration honoring the Armed Forces is set to begin in San Francisco on Monday. KPIX 5 reporter Katie Nielsen talks to Marine Lt. Sam Woo talks about the emergency preparedness drill that is also taking place. (10/7/19)
Man Fatally Stabbed During Fight In East San JoseSan Jose police said a man died after being stabbed during a fight near the 1500 block of Alum Rock Road late Sunday night. Anne Makovec reports. (10/7/19)
HARDLY STRICTLY BLUEGRASS: Annual music festival gets underway in Golden Gate ParkAnnual music festival gets underway in Golden Gate Park
Derick Almena Faces March Retrial For Ghost Ship Warehouse Fire DeathsAn Alameda County jury will decide once again in March whether or not Ghost Ship master tenant Derick Almena is guilty of 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter in the deadly Oakland warehouse fire. Jackie Ward reports. (10/4/19)
Oakland Neighborhood Pleads For Safer Streets After Fatal Hit-And-RunResidents of an Oakland neighborhood plan to protest Friday calling for improved traffic safety after a woman walking her niece was killed in a hit-and-run crash. The driver has yet to be found. Jackie Ward reports. (10/4/19)

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