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Democrat Doug Jones beat Republican Roy Moore, who was accused of sexually assaulting teens, in U.S. Senate race. Elizabeth Cook reports. (12/12/17)

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Monday Morning Forecast With Neda IranpourAfter a wet start to Monday, expect conditions to clear over much of the Bay Area by the afternoon commute. Tuesday will be dry, but rain should return by Wednesday afternoon. Neda Iranpour has the forecast. (1/22/18)
Government Shutdown Enters 3rd DayThe work week begins with many federal government agencies closed, as the government shutdown continues into a third day. Sandra Osborne reports. (1/22/18)
California Begins Offering 'Real ID' Driver's LicensesDepartment of Motor Vehicles offices across California could see a deluge of people starting Monday as the state begins offering "Real ID" licenses. Jessica Flores reports. (1/22/18)
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Government Shutdown Enters 3rd DayThe work week begins with many federal government agencies closed, as the government shutdown continues into a third day. Sandra Osborne reports. (1/22/18)
California Begins Offering 'Real ID' Driver's LicensesDepartment of Motor Vehicles offices across California could see a deluge of people starting Monday as the state begins offering "Real ID" licenses. Jessica Flores reports. (1/22/18)
Women's March Demonstrators Hope to Inspire Year of Political ActionWith the second annual Women's March now behind them, organizers and participants hope the new year will see more women put their names on the ballot. Andria Borba reports. (11-20-18)

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Women's March Demonstrators Hope to Inspire Year of Political ActionWith the second annual Women's March now behind them, organizers and participants hope the new year will see more women put their names on the ballot. Andria Borba reports. (11-20-18)
Talking Politics: Trump's 1st Year / ICE Raids in CaliforniaTwo hot topics, three savvy analysts. KPIX 5's Phil Matier and Melissa Caen are joined by former S.F. mayor and Assembly speaker Willie Brown for a lively give-and-take on two top political issues. (1-21-18)
Thousands Take To The Streets In Oakland To Defend Women, Dreamers, Equal RightsThousands took to the streets across the Bay Area in solidarity with the nationwide march for equality. As Jackie Ward reports, in Oakland, people came out for myriad reasons.

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Tens Of Thousands March For Equality In San FranciscoTens of thousands of men, women and children marched in solidarity with a nationwide protest for equality. KPIX 5 team coverage has Jessica Flores in San Francisco talking to marchers, and Andria Borba on the streets, to tell us about the extreme traffic.
U.S. Government Shuts Down After Senate Negotiations FizzleThe federal government shut down at the stroke of midnight Friday, halting all but the most essential operations and marring the one-year anniversary of President Donald Trump's inauguration in a striking display of Washington dysfunction. Andria Borba reports. (1-19-18)
As Federal Government Shutdown Looms, California Braces for the WorstWhat would a government shutdown mean for California? Katie Nielsen looks at the impact on the Golden State if Congress misses the budget deadline on Friday. (1-18-18)

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