KPIX photojournalist Alex Montano toured the East Bay Friday to see how people were coping with the record heat wave. (6-18-21)

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Congestion Traffic Fees: San Francisco officials consider congestion fees for the city's busiest streetsCongestion pricing would force drivers to pay a fee to cross into the busiest areas in San Francisco during rush hour.
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Disney Moves Thousands of High-Wage Workers Out of CaliforniaDisney is packing up thousands of its highest-paid workers and moving them to Florida. The company, born in the Golden State, now says California isn't business-friendly enough. Kandiss Crone reports. (7-24-21)
2 Dead, 4 Wounded in San Rafael Late-Night ShootingTwo men were killed and four people were wounded in a Friday-night shooting at a parking facility in downtown San Rafael. Wilson Walker reports. (7-24-21)
Saturday Evening Pinpoint ForecastMeteorologist Darren Peck has the Bay Area microclimate forecast. (7-24-21)
Gilroy Garlic Festival Returns to Enthusiastic CrowdsPeople came from across the state and nation to Gilroy for the return of the famous and much-loved garlic festival. Da Lin reports. (7-23-21)
Napa Valley Tourism Rebounds Despite COVID SpikeWhile the Delta variant is leading to a spike in coronavirus cases, Napa Valley hasn’t seen it have much impact on tourism. Andrea Nakano reports. (7-23-21)
NorCal Wildfire Smoke Could Impact Bay Area Air Quality Starting Sunday NightPaul Heggen explains how the Bay Area may have to deal with air quality impacts from wildfire smoke for the first time this season starting Sunday (7-23-2021)
Oakland Community Scrambles to Halt Closure of Neighborhood WalgreensThere's a last-minute push to save a Walgreens store in East Oakland. One city leader is calling the store the lifeblood of the neighborhood. Katie Nielsen reports. (7-23-21)
Friday Evening Pinpoint ForecastChief meteorologist Paul Heggen has the Bay Area microclimate weekend forecast. (7-23-21)
San Jose Sees Rash of Fatal Crashes on City StreetsSan Jose recorded its 32nd traffic death of the year -- the 12th involving a pedestrian victim -- on Friday. It was also the third fatal accident of the week. Len Ramirez reports. (7-23-21)
Alameda Shops Targeted With Spate of Americans With Disabilities Act LawsuitsDozens of business owners in Alameda have been hit with an ADA lawsuit recently, all from one plaintiff: Orlando Garcia, the same person behind over a thousand similar ADA complaints in San Francisco. Andria Borba reports. (7-22-21)
Migratory Western Monarch Butterflies Hit by Climate Change, Habitat ImpactsA coalition of scientists and conservation experts have joined forces to try to extend a helping hand to these iconic butterflies. Brian Hackney reports. (7-22-21)
San Francisco Mulls Installing Sidewalk Trash Receptacles Costing $20 K EachThe city of San Francisco wants to replace green trash cans with bigger, "smart" ones. The prototype being considered will cost taxpayers about $20,000 per can. Kenny Choi reports. (7-22-21)
Gilroy Fired Up as Garlic Festival Returns – With ChangesFor the first time since the 2019 mass shooting and last year's COVID shutdown the Gilroy Garlic Festival is making a comeback but it's going to look a bit different this year. Len Ramirez reports. (7-22-21)
Thursday Evening Pinpoint ForecastChief meteorologist Paul Heggen has the Bay Area microclimate forecast. (7-22-21)
Forecast Shows Wildfire Smoke Turning Toward Bay AreaWildfires burning in California, Oregon and western Nevada could impact the Bay Area this weekend. Team coverage. (7-22-21)
Families Forced Out After Antioch Vegetation Fire Spreads To ApartmentsMore than a dozen families were displaced Wednesday after a vegetation fire broke out in Antioch and spread to a nearby apartment complex. Andrea Nakano reports. (7/21/21)
Chinatown Businesses Say They're Targets Of Frivolous ADA Lawsuits; DA InvestigatesSan Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin's office is launching an investigation after several Chinatown merchants were hit by potentially fake lawsuits and so-called "demand letters." Andria Borba reports. (7/21/21)
Wildfire Smoke Revealed To Be More Damaging Than Originally BelievedResearchers are now revealing the damaging risk that comes with smoke exposure, from asthma to lead poisoning, and it all began with what was at the time the worst fire on record in California. (7/21/21)
Wednesday Evening Forecast With Paul HeggenContinued cool by the coast, warm inland.
PG&E Announces Major Initiative To Bury Power Lines In Wildfire AreasPacific Gas and Electric officials on Wednesday announced a multi-year effort to bury power lines in areas of California where the wildfire risk is the highest. Wilson Walker reports. (7/21/21)
Stanford Campus Police Reforms Include More Unarmed OfficersStanford has been working for months on a plan for police reform. As Len Ramirez tells us, that could mean more unarmed officers responding to calls.

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