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Politicians Move Slowly in Addressing Sexual Misconduct AllegationsWhen it comes to handling sexual harassment we've seen two different approaches of late. While Hollywood has been quick to condemn the accused, the political world has moved more slowly. Melissa Caen reports. (11-23-17)
Valley Fire Victims Endure Long Process Of RebuildingFire victims in Middletown have a message for the wine country wildfire victims: Keep close tabs on the government. Emily Turner talked to one family still rebuilding the home they barely lived in.
SF Mayor Vows To Crack Down On Affordable Housing CheatsIn a city where real estate prices are setting national records, San Francisco’s mayor is vowing to punish cheaters in the city’s affordable housing program following a KPIX 5 investigation. Susie Steimle tracked him down and has the story.
SF Slow To Crack Down On Affordable Housing CheatersIs San Francisco finally cracking down on affordable housing cheaters? Susie Steimle tracked down below market rate cheats and found some living in million dollar homes.
San Rafael Dad Picked Up By ICE Reunited With FamilyIt was an emotional reunion when a Bay Area father who was taken into ICE custody when he showed up for work 6 months ago, reunited with his wife and children. Joe Vazquez was there.
Teammates, Mayor Defend Lynch's Anthem Protest In MexicoEveryone from his teammates to the mayor came to the defense of Marshawn Lynch after President Trump attacked him on Twitter for sitting during the national anthem in Mexico.

News

Body Cam Footage Shows Cops Knew of Ghost Ship Fire Danger Years AgoNew body cam video reveals that Oakland police were well aware of the illegal activity at the doomed Ghost Ship warehouse. Da Lin reports. (11-23-17)
Bay Area Documentary Spotlights Music Program to Help Haiti HealAudiences around the country are getting a rare glimpse of Haiti, thanks to a San Francisco filmmaker. Sharon Chin reports. (11-23-17)
ConsumerWatch: Wine Country Wildfires Take Toll on Wedding IndustryConsumer reporter Julie Watts looks at how couples who planned to get married in Wine Country are recovering from the recent wildfires. (11-23-17)

Travel

Bay Area Carpool Lane Limit May Increase To 3 PassengersBay Area carpool lanes could get a lot more exclusive. Devin Fehely reports, there's talk of turning two-person lanes to three.
Richmond Breaks Ground On New Ferry Terminal With Service To San FranciscoAs part of an effort to attract people to Richmond, the city has broken ground on a ferry terminal. Juliette Goodrich reports. (11/1/17)
Napa Valley Mayors to Visitors: All Aboard the Wine Train!Napa Valley mayors are hoping you won't wait too long before coming back to visit Wine Country. KPIX 5's John Ramos rode on the Wine Train with them on Thursday. (10-26-17)

General

Terminally Ill Dad Walks Daughter Down Aisle In Wedding At UCSFA Bay Area couple had a last minute change in venue and ended exchanging vows in a hospital, but they wouldn’t have changed a thing. Christin Ayers tells their story.
New Homeless Camp Under 101 Freeway In San JoseTens of thousands of drivers on the I-280 and 101 overpass don't realize that dozens of people live below. Devin Fehely reports on a new homeless encampment in the San Jose.
Wild Turkeys Get Aggressive In Fremont NeighborhoodBay Area towns are seeing an influx of turkeys this time of year, not just on their tables. John Ramos was in Fremont where wild turkeys are actually on the attack.

Gov't, Politics & Law

Nasty E-mail Exchange Exposes Rift in Santa Clara City CouncilDifferences over how to deal with the 49ers and Levi's Stadium have made the environment on the Santa Clara city council fractured and dysfunctional. City leaders called out their colleague for playing what they call the "breast cancer card." Kiet Do reports. (11-23-17)
Valley Fire Victims Endure Long Process Of RebuildingFire victims in Middletown have a message for the wine country wildfire victims: Keep close tabs on the government. Emily Turner talked to one family still rebuilding the home they barely lived in.
SF Mayor Vows To Crack Down On Affordable Housing CheatsIn a city where real estate prices are setting national records, San Francisco’s mayor is vowing to punish cheaters in the city’s affordable housing program following a KPIX 5 investigation. Susie Steimle tracked him down and has the story.

Local News

Body Cam Footage Shows Cops Knew of Ghost Ship Fire Danger Years AgoNew body cam video reveals that Oakland police were well aware of the illegal activity at the doomed Ghost Ship warehouse. Da Lin reports. (11-23-17)
Bay Area Documentary Spotlights Music Program to Help Haiti HealAudiences around the country are getting a rare glimpse of Haiti, thanks to a San Francisco filmmaker. Sharon Chin reports. (11-23-17)
ConsumerWatch: Wine Country Wildfires Take Toll on Wedding IndustryConsumer reporter Julie Watts looks at how couples who planned to get married in Wine Country are recovering from the recent wildfires. (11-23-17)

KPIXTV

Body Cam Footage Shows Cops Knew of Ghost Ship Fire Danger Years AgoNew body cam video reveals that Oakland police were well aware of the illegal activity at the doomed Ghost Ship warehouse. Da Lin reports. (11-23-17)
Bay Area Documentary Spotlights Music Program to Help Haiti HealAudiences around the country are getting a rare glimpse of Haiti, thanks to a San Francisco filmmaker. Sharon Chin reports. (11-23-17)
ConsumerWatch: Wine Country Wildfires Take Toll on Wedding IndustryConsumer reporter Julie Watts looks at how couples who planned to get married in Wine Country are recovering from the recent wildfires. (11-23-17)

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