Raw Video: Woman Coughs In Face Of Baby At San Jose Yogurt ShopSan Jose Police were looking for the public's help in identifying a woman who purposefully coughed in the face of a toddler who was in a stroller while waiting in line at a yogurt shop. Video from San Jose Police Dept. (6/22/10)
Apple Worldwide Developer Conference HighlightsApple Inc. opened its first online-only developer convention on Monday and showed a few surprises along with a slew of new features coming soon to a gadget near you. (6-22-20)
NASCAR Rallies Around Bubba Wallace as FBI Investigates NooseAs federal authorities descended on Talladega Superspeedway on Monday to investigate the discovery of a noose in Wallace's garage stall, the entire industry rallied around the Cup Series' only Black driver. (6-22-20)
Monday Evening Pinpoint ForecastYou know the drill: cool and breezy along the coast ranging to hot inland. More like that, says chief meteorologist Paul Heggen has the pinpoint forecast. (6-22-20)
5 People Injured In San Francisco Tenderloin District ShootingElizabeth Cook reports on San Francisco police investigating shooting in the Tenderloin that injured five victims (6-22-2020)
Single Father Raises Coveted High School Basketball Star In AlamedaJalen Lewis just finished his freshman year at Bishop O'Dowd High School and already is considered one of the top recruits in the country. Lewis' mother died when his was a baby and was raised by his father in the East Bay. Vern Glenn reports (6-22-20)
BOOMS IN THE NIGHT: Use Of Illegal Fireworks Picking Up As July 4th Holiday NearsUse Of Illegal Fireworks Picking Up As July 4th Holiday Nears
School Name Change: Calls Mount To Rename Several San Francisco Schools Named After Serra, Washington, Muir, Scott KeyCalls Mount To Rename Several San Francisco Schools Named After Serra, Washington, Muir, Scott Key
Bay Area Broadcast Pioneer from Segregated South Recounts Meaning of JuneteenthThree years ago, Devin Fehely traveled to Texas where Juneteenth traces its historic roots. Devin's guide was KPIX operations manager Don Sharp who grew up there during a time of segregration and discrimination. (6-21-20)
Racial-Justice Demonstrators Paint Colorful Message on Street in RichmondPeople shut down MacDonald Avenue in Richmond Sunday morning to paint a colorful protest message at the site of one of the darker moments in that city's history. John Ramos reports. (6-21-20)
Fremont Father-Son Team Go for Motocross GloryFremont's Brandon Ray dreams of becoming one of the best motocross racers in the world and Brandon's dad John has gone all-in to help his son make that dream come true. Dennis O'Donnell reports. (6-21-20)
Sunday Evening Pinpoint ForecastIf you guessed that the next few days will be cool along the coast and hot inland you've got some weather forecasting skills worth developing. (6-21-20)
Defund Police: Protesters Continue To Call For Defunding Police DepartmentsProtesters Continue To Call For Defunding Police Departments
San Francisco Mayor Breed Decries Vandalism of Golden Gate Park StatuesAs crews cleaned up in the aftermath of a Friday-night protest that resulted in 3 statues being toppled in the Music Concourse of Golden Gate Park, Mayor London Breed called out the perpetrators as vandals. Wilson Walker reports. (6-20-20)
Demonstrators Demand Release of At-Risk Prisoners from San QuentinOutside San Quentin on Saturday a group demanded the release of inmates at higher risk for COVID-19. John Ramos reports. (6-20-20)
3 Fires Extinguished in San FranciscoFrom Yerba Buena Island to Bernal Heights, San Francisco firefighters were busy on Saturday. (6-20-20)
Saturday Evening Pinpoint ForecastSaturday night by the bay: partly cloudy becoming mostly cloudy. Lows in the mid 50s. West winds 10 to 20 mph. Sunday will be mostly cloudy in the morning before becoming sunny. (6-20-20)
Racial Profiling Incident At Forever 21 Leads To Remarkable Partnership For Non-Profit GroupMaria Medina reports on partnership Forever 21 entered into with Project Level for black youth to help design clothing line (6-20-2020)
Thousands Gather For Peaceful Juneteenth Celebration In OaklandAndrea Nakano reports on large peaceful Juneteenth celebration held at Lake Merritt in Oakland (6-20-2020)
MLB CAMPS CLOSED: Giants, MLB teams shut down Florida and Arizona training camp after positive COVID-19 testsGiants, MLB teams shut down Florida and Arizona training camp after positive COVID-19 tests
Juneteenth Protest: Protesters topple Francis Scott Key, Junipero Serra statues in Golden Gate ParkProtesters topple Francis Scott Key, Junipero Serra statues in Golden Gate Park
Thousands Join Jubilant Juneteenth Festivities Around the Bay AreaThere were Juneteenth gatherings Friday in San Jose, marches in San Francisco and a big festival at Lake Merritt in Oakland. Andria Borba reports. (6-19-20)
Pandemic Reopening: Leisure Travel Allowed in Sonoma CountyJust in time for summer: leisure travel is allowed once again in Sonoma County. Wilson Walker reports. (6-19-20)
Black Man's Shopping Trip to Vacaville Walmart Ends With Alleged Racial ProfilingA man in Vacaville says he was shopping at a Walmart and eventually told to leave or get arrested for trespassing. Kenny Choi reports. (6-19-20)

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