John Ramos reports on city officials in Lafayette being forced to approve the controversial Terraces housing project or pay massive legal fees (7-1-2020)

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Crews Battle 2 Raging Wildfires Threatening SoCal HomesA fast-moving brush fire in the San Gabriel mountains above Azusa burned hundreds of acres Thursday afternoon even as crews worked to contain a wildfire that scorched 10,500 acres and burned several homes in the Angeles National Forest. (8-13-20)
Woman Fatally Stabbed in Attack at Redwood City HomeA woman fatally stabbed in unincorporated Redwood City early Tuesday morning has been identified by the San Mateo County coroner’s office as Katayoun Fomanimaskan. Wilson Walker reports. (8-13-20)
Beyond Cannabis: North Bay Growers Consider Hemp as Ban ExpiresA wine-grape grower in Sonoma County has planted one of the county’s first legal crops of hemp. considered by many to be a future cash crop that could actually prove more valuable than grapes. John Ramos reports. (8-13-20)
Lodi Officer Saves Wheelchair-Bound Man Stuck on Railroad TracksA police officer in Lodi pulled a man from a wheelchair that was stuck on railroad tracks seconds before a train came past in a dramatic rescue caught on the officer’s body camera. (8-13-20)
Thousands of Homes Threatened in Fast-Growing SoCal WildfireFirefighters braced for an extended fight Thursday as they worked to contain a wildfire that scorched 10,500 acres and burned several homes in the Angeles National Forest between Santa Clarita and Palmdale. Jasmine Viel reports. (8-13-20)
Thursday Evening Pinpoint ForecastA dangerous heat wave is moving into Northern California. Meteorologist Paul Heggen has the Bay Area microclimate forecast. (8-13-20)
Multiple Water Mains Burst in Berkeley, EmeryvilleA section of Alameda County was drying out Thursday afternoon after more than a dozen water mains burst in and around Berkeley. Don Ford reports. (8-13-20)
Bay Area Braces for Days of Excessive HeatThe National Weather Service said the Bay Area will experience a prolonged heat wave from this weekend through the middle of next week and has issued an Excessive Heat Warning for inland areas. Team coverage by Paul Heggen and Andria Borba. (8-13-20)
Concord Waiter Receives $1,000 Tip In Social Media ChallengeA waiter at a barbecue restaurant in Concord received a huge surprise after receiving a $1,000 tip. The money was raised in a TikTok challenge. (8/13/20)
Fatal Shooting In San Francisco SoMaThe suspect in the fatal shooting of a man in San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood on Wednesday was still at large Thursday, according to police.
Airlines Try To Stay Safe Without Federally-Mandated COVID-19 GuidelinesEmily Turner reports on how airlines are making do during the coronavirus epidemic without federal regulations. (8-12-20)
Phillips 66 Refinery In Rodeo Converting To Renewable FuelsFor 124 years, the Phillips 66 Rodeo Refinery has processed crude oil into all manner of fuels. Phillips 66 now says it is saying goodbye to crude oil and hello to renewable fuels. (8/12/20)
Jefferson Awards: New App Brings Youth and Elderly TogetherSharon Chin reports on this week's Jefferson Award winners, Madeline Dangerfield-Cha and Joy Zhang, who invented Mon Ami. (8-12-20)
Tuesday Evening Forecast With Paul HeggenKPIX 5 Chief Meteorologist Paul Heggen has your forecast for the week. (8-12-20)
Vice-President Joe Biden, VP Pick Kamala Harris Make Debut As Running MatesVice President and Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden and his pick for vice president, Sen. Kamala Harris made their first appearance as running mates. KPIX 5's Allen Martin talks to CBS political correspondant Ed O'Keefe.
Uber CEO Warns Of California Shutdown Over Worker ClassificationAndria Borba reports on Uber and Lyft threatening to shut down operations in California because of legal battle over classifying drivers as full-time employees (8-12-2020)
Biden/Harris Ticket Makes Campaign Debut In DelawareNatalie Brand reports on Sen. Kamala Harris being introduced as Joe Biden's running mate in official debut appearance (8-12-2020)
Stanford Athlete, Businesses Disappointed By Pac-12 Decision To Postpone Fall FootballThe Pac-12 has postponed the Fall football season. Maria Medina spoke to athletes and business owners who say it's a huge letdown.
Bay Area Beaming With Pride Over Biden's VP Pick Senator Kamala HarrisSenator Kamala Harris's selection as the vice presidential candidate is generating a lot of pride in the Bay Area. Andrea Nakano reports.
Tuesday Evening Forecast With Paul HeggenKPIX 5 Chief Meteorologist Paul Heggen has your forecast for the week.
New COVID-19 Self-Testing Station Opens in BerkeleyJohn Ramos reports on a new walk-up system for coronavirus testing that is a lot more “user friendly.” (8-11-20)
Free Noise App Makes Working At Home EasierAllen Martin reports on a free office noise app that makes working at home easier. (8-11-20)
Bay Area's Own Sen. Kamala Harris Selected As Biden's Running MateTeam coverage of Bay Area product Sen. Kamala Harris being chosen as Biden's Vice Presidential running mate (8-11-2020)
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