BottleRock Blasts Off With a BangBottleRock is officially underway in the Napa Balley and there are new COVID-related safety protocols in place for the three-day music, wine and food festival. Betty Yu reports. (9-3-21)
Mountain View Begins Enforcing Ban on Most RV Street ParkingDespite a lawsuit calling its ban on oversized vehicles on narrow streets inhumane, the city of Mountain View has begun to enforce the voter-approved measure. Maria Cid Medina reports. (9-3-21)
Man Robbed, Beaten Following Intentional Hit-and-Run Crash at S.F. Bus StopA man says robbers intentionally hit him with a car while he was waiting at a San Francisco bus stop. Da Lin reports. (9-3-21)
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San Jose Homeless RV Parking Site Spurs NIMBY BacklashSan Jose announced its first temporary Safe RV parking spot for homeless campers and it's located in a dense residential neighborhood. Kiet Do reports. (9-3-21)
Police Seek Driver Who Fled Fatal San Jose Hit-and-Run Crash on FootSan Jose police are looking for a hit and run driver, who ran a red light, crashed into two other cars and killed a passenger in one of those cars. Len Ramirez reports. (9-3-21)
Holiday Travelers Take to the Sky Despite COVID SurgeKPIX 5's Juliette Goodrich spoke with Bay Area travelers at Oakland International airport. (9-3-21)
Suspects in Attempted Catalytic Converter Theft in Fremont Shoot at BystanderGunfire rang out in Fremont when thieves attempted to steal a catalytic converter. Da Lin reports. (9-3-21)
BottleRock Festival Returns to Napa ValleyAbout a hundred thousand music fans are expected to attend BottleRock this weekend. It's one of the biggest events the Bay Area has seen since the pandemic struck. Max Darrow reports. (9-3-21)
Antioch School District Addresses Use of Force in Student ArrestAndrea Nakano reports on criticism leveled at Antioch District official during meeting to address school use of force policy (9-2-2021)
Firefighters Make Progress Containing Caldor FireJeff Nguyen reports on improving weather conditions helping fire crews in battle to contain Caldor Fire (9-2-2021)
Wildfires, Delta Variant Creating Labor Day Weekend Travel ConcernsMaria Cid Medina reports on issues with wildfire smoke and COVID facing holiday weekend travelers (9-2-2021)
Crews Clear North San Jose Homeless Encampment on Apple PropertyKiet Do reports on work crews clearing out a homeless encampment in the South Bay with help from funding provided by tech giant Apple (9-2-2021)
US Supreme Court Lets Texas Abortion Law StandThe U.S. Supreme Court overnight refused to block a Texas law that bans abortion after six weeks into pregnancy. Skyler Henry reports.
Antioch School District Holds Meeting to Discuss Police Use of Force in Student ArrestAndrea Nakano reports on Antioch Unified officials expressing concerns after arrest of student at high school (9-2-2021)
Caldor Fire Destroys Homes in Small Community of PhillipsRenee Santos reports on destructive path the Caldor Fire took through the community of Phillips (9-2-2021)
Northeast Cleans Up After Hurricane Ida Brings Major FloodingThe remnants of Hurricane Ida ravaged neighborhoods from Maryland to New York, bringing catastrophic flooding and extensive tornado damage. Elizabeth Cook reports. (9/2/21)
California Stop: Bicyclists To Treat Stop Signs As Yield Signs Following Passage of AB 122Whether a pedestrian, cyclist, or driver, stop signs on the road currently mean stop for all. However, cyclists will soon have the option to treat stop signs at times as yield signs, thanks to the passage of AB 122. Max Darrow reports.
San Jose State Researchers Develop Fire Modeling System from Wildfire DataLen Ramirez reports on SJSU meteorologists developing software that models wildfire behavior from data provided by this year's massive fires (9-2-2021)
Weather Helps Firefighters Increase Containment of Caldor FireTeam coverage of progress being made containing the Caldor Fire as weather conditions improve (9-2-2021)
Caldor Fire: Signs Of Progress Near South Lake Tahoe As Winds CalmCrews battling the Caldor Fire near South Lake Tahoe said the community is out of immediate danger late Wednesday due to calmer winds, but the fire remains a threat in the mountains above. Katie Nielsen reports. (9/1/21)
Crews Mop Up Lassen Fire Burning In Marin CountyA Marin County neighborhood was under mandatory evacuations as flames raced up a hillside in Marinwood. For many residents, this was a reminder of that a fire can happen anywhere at anytime. Andrea Nakano reports. (9/1/21)
San Francisco Mayor: New Program's Financial Incentives Are Not 'Cash for Criminals'Andria Borba reports on San Francisco's mayor defending new program that will provide cash incentives for staying out of trouble (9-1-2021)
New Ad Campaign Takes an Optimistic Approach to VaccinationDevin Fehely reports on a new advertising campaign in San Jose that is taking a different tone to encourage people to get vaccinated against COVID-19. (9/1/2021)

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