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Cal Fire Admits Estrada Fire Ignited by Controlled BurnA wildland fire burning near Watsonville that quickly grew to 150 acres Friday evening, forcing evacuations, was sparked by a prescribed burn earlier in the day. Maria Cid Medina reports. (10-15-21)
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Car Fleeing CHP Causes AC Transit Bus to Plow Into Oakland HomeAn AC Transit bus crashed into a home in West Oakland on Friday afternoon after it was struck by a vehicle being pursued by California Highway Patrol units. Andrea Nakano reports. (10-15-21)
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Raw Video: Estrada Fire Burns 150 Acres Forcing Evacuations Near WatsonvilleA wildland fire burning near Watsonville that quickly grew to 150 acres Friday evening, forcing evacuations, was sparked by a prescribed burn earlier in the day.
Cal Fire Battles Wildland Blaze Forcing Evacuations Near WatsonvilleCal Fire crews in Santa Cruz County on Friday evening announced evacuation orders due to a wildland fire burning near the Watsonville location of a prescribed burn earlier in the day. (10-15-21)
CHP Chase Ends With AC Transit Bus Crash Into Oakland HomeAn AC Transit bus crashed into a home in West Oakland on Friday afternoon after it was struck by a vehicle being pursued by California Highway Patrol units. Andrea Nakano reports. (10-15-21)
U.S. Reopens to International Travelers Who Have Been VaccinatedThe international terminal at SFO has been quiet over the last 18 months or so with travel restrictions in place for foreign nationals. But, in a few weeks, that'll start to change. Max Darrow reports. (10-15-21)
Witness Claims Oakland Police Searching for Wrong Car in Road Rage HomicideA surviving witness to a road rage murder that killed his niece says police are looking for the wrong suspect vehicle. Da Lin reports. (10-15-21)
Crews Battle Fire Burning Between Watsonville and Morgan HillCal Fire crews in Santa Cruz County on Friday are responding to a wildland fire burning near the location of a prescribed burn earlier in the day. (10-15-21)
San Jose Pet Owners Fearful After Cats Found Shot With Pellet GunA San Jose community is in fear they're living among someone who is hunting their cats and shooting them with a pellet gun after two cat owners reported their pets had been targeted in recent months. Maria Cid Medina reports. (10-14-21)
Torture Turns to Dismay as Giants Fall to Dodgers in Game 5In a heartbreaking thriller at Oracle Park Thursday night, the Giants were defeated by their longtime rival Dodgers. Vern Glenn and Andrea Nakano report. (10-14-21)
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ACLU Sues Marin County Sheriff's Office Over Data PrivacyPrivacy and immigration advocates sued the Marin County Sheriff’s Office Thursday for sharing license plate data with federal agencies in violation of state laws. Andria Borba reports. (10-14-21)
Richmond Police Chief Bisa French Placed On Administrative Leave Amid 'Family Situation'Allen Marin reports on Richmond Police Chief Bisa French going on leave because of what the city called "an unfolding family situation" (10-14-2021)
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Robert Durst Sentenced to Life in Prison for Killing Former KPIX ProducerAllen Martin reports on the sentencing of eccentric millionaire Durst in connection with murder of former KPIX producer Susan Berman (10-14-2021)
Hayward Police Warn of Fentanyl That Looks Like Bubble GumHayward police have found fentanyl that's being produced in a gum-like form with a color-coated system to categorize its strength. Wilson Walker reports. (10-14-21)
Fans, Players Keyed Up for Epic Giants-Dodgers ShowdownTeam coverage from Oracle Park by Vern Glenn and Max Darrow as fans begin arriving for what may be the most important face-off between major league baseball's oldest rivalry. (10-14-21)
Body Clock Boost: Afternoon Exercise May Provide An Edge For Getting In Shape, Researchers SayWhen it comes to working out and getting in shape, researchers say it may not be how you exercise, but the time of day may give you an edge. Amanda Starrantino reports. (10/13/21)
Bay Area Businesses Hope For Resolution To Logjam At California PortsThere is hope is on the horizon at California ports where delays unloading cargo ships have crippled the supply chain, impacting businesses in the Bay Area and across the country ahead of the holidays. Katie Nielsen reports. (10/13/21)
San Francisco Vaccine Mandate Deadline ArrivesMax Darrow reports on how San Francisco businesses and the city government itself is handling the vaccine mandate deadline that was met on Wednesday. (10/13/2021)

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