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Small Plane Heading For Petaluma Goes Missing In The Sierra Mountains

TRUCKEE (CBS SF) — A small plane went missing after it took off from the Tahoe-Truckee Airport heading for Petaluma on Monday. The single-engine plane left Truckee just before 4 p.m. on Monday bound for the [Read entire story]

Sharks Use Scoring Barrage To Even Series Against Oilers

SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Joe Pavelski and Logan Couture each scored two goals and the San Jose Sharks rebounded from back-to-back shutouts in emphatic fashion, beating the Edmonton Oilers 7-0 on Tuesday night to tie [Read entire story]

Fresno Gunman Set Out To Kill White People, Police Say

FRESNO (CBS/AP) – A man wanted in the slaying of a security guard set out to kill as many white people as he could on Tuesday, gunning down three men on the streets of downtown Fresno before he was captured and [Read entire story]

San Jose City Council Considers Increasing Renter Protections

SAN JOSE (KPIX 5) — San Jose City Council members are considering an ordinance that would limit no-cause evictions. Jason Reyes, a San Jose renter, wanted council members to know how rent increases can hurt [Read entire story]

California’s First Strawberries Of The Year Are Super-Sized

WATSONVILLE (KPIX 5) — Big, fat strawberries are the latest roadside attraction in Santa Cruz and Monterey counties. The strawberries are extra-large and flavorful, the first of the locally-grown strawberry crop is [Read entire story]

Senate Democrats Consider Suing Trump Administration Over Businesses

SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) — There’s a growing push among Congressional Democrats to sue President Donald Trump. The subject came up at a town hall meeting in San Francisco with Senator Dianne Feinstein. On Monday, [Read entire story]

Pleasanton Police Find Missing Boy Safe

PLEASANTON (CBS SF) — Police in Pleasanton found an 11-year-old boy who gone missing safe early Tuesday evening, according to authorities. Police said that Daniel Romeo, a white male boy described as five feet [Read entire story]

Oakland Mayor Addresses Housing Concerns After New Poll

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — Mayor Libby Schaaf wants to be the first two-term mayor of Oakland since Jerry Brown. On Tuesday, KPIX 5 talked to her about the results of an exclusive Survey USA poll on what worries voters [Read entire story]

Griffin Sharp As Rangers Top A’s 7-0

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Unlike the first time he faced the Athletics this season, Texas right-hander A.J. Griffin had no problem keeping his emotions under control while pitching against his former club. Having a strong [Read entire story]

Police: Pittsburg Officers Shot At During Pursuit, 2 Arrested

PITTSBURG (CBS SF) – Two people were arrested Monday afternoon after they shot at police officers and led them on a pursuit in a stolen vehicle in Pittsburg and Antioch, police said. According to a post on the [Read entire story]

Trump To Sign Executive Order Targeting H-1B Visa Program

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is planning to sign an executive order that seeks to make changes to a visa program that brings in high-skilled workers. Trump is heading Tuesday to Kenosha, Wisconsin, [Read entire story]

Best Ways To Celebrate Earth Day In The Bay Area

By Melanie Graysmith Earth Day 2017 celebrates the 47th Anniversary of the international tribute to planet Earth. In 1969, United States Senator Gaylord Nelson, a conservation-minded Democrat from Wisconsin, proposed [Read entire story]

Charities Purporting To Support Veterans Accused Of Misusing Funds

OAKLAND (AP) — California Attorney General Xavier Becerra has filed a civil lawsuit seeking to dissolve and recover hundreds of thousands of dollars from two charities that purport to support veterans. Becerra on [Read entire story]

Lady Gaga Shares First Look At ‘A Star Is Born’ Remake

(CBS SF) – Just days after Lady Gaga stepped off the Coachella stage, the singer shared a photo from her new film, A Star Is Born on social media. The Instagram shows the singer and her co-star Bradley Cooper [Read entire story]

Former California VA Official Pleads Not Guilty To Bid-Rigging, Bribery

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A former state official and a construction company owner pleaded not guilty in federal court in San Francisco Monday to charges in a bid-rigging and bribery scheme for government [Read entire story]

Needle Drop-Off Boxes In San Francisco Parks Stir Controversy

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — While some San Francisco officials are pushing to put more drop-off boxes for used needles in parks, there is an outcry from some local parents. Many are concerned the boxes actually [Read entire story]

Building Supply Company Fined For Fatal SF Forklift Accident

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A building supply company in San Francisco was fined more than $62,000 for multiple safety violations related to a forklift accident that killed a man in November, the California Division [Read entire story]

Tri-Valley Forecast: Cloudy Skies And More Rain

DUBLIN (CBS SF) — The Tri-Valley region is looking at more cloudy skies and heavy drizzle Monday with some occasional showers. Temperatures remain mild with most in the mid-to-upper 60s. Residents can expect more [Read entire story]

Draymond Green: ‘At The Rim It’s Mano A Mano’

OAKLAND (CBS SF) – The first will be the incredible offensive display from Portland’s backcourt tandem of C.J. McCollum and Damian Lillard. The other will be Draymond Green rejecting not one, but two dunks at the rim [Read entire story]

Poll: 83% Back Medical Marijuana Nationwide; Most Say Safer Than Opioids

DENVER (AP) — Americans think it’s safer to use marijuana than opioids to relieve pain, but they were less comfortable with children and pregnant women using pot to treat medical conditions, according to a [Read entire story]