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Santa Clara County water clients fall far in need of water conservation targets in Feb – CBS San Francisco

Travel Tuesday: Locating super charger stations will cutdown time recharging your electrical vehiclePlanning a trip to LA in your electrical vehicle? Wise to map out super charger sites along you route

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First Alert Weather Forecast For Tuesday morningClear today; More showers later this week

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Vallejo Controversy: City Council To Consider $30 million loan to build new police headquartersPublic opposition to plans to build new Vallejo police headquarters

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Drought: Santa Clara County water customers fall far short of water conservation goals in FebConcerned about diminishing water supplies this summer and a failure of the public to hit conservation targets, Santa Clara County’s largest water agency is moving forward with plans for more restrictions

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Gas Prices: President Biden expected to announce plans to lower gas pricesPresident Joe Biden is visiting Corn-Rich Iowa to announce he’ll suspend a federal rule preventing the sale of higher ethanol blend gasoline in the summer.

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PIX NowTuesday morning headlines from the KPIX newsroom

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PG&E Pays $55 Million Settlement For NorCal WildfiresPG&E will pay millions in damages for wildfires sparked by its equipment to avoid criminal charges. Sara Donchey has more on the settlement.

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SF District Attorney Sues Law Firm Over Alleged Fraudulent ADA LawsuitsSan Francisco DA Boudin is going after a law firm he claims is taking local mom-and-pop businesses for millions. Kenny Choi spoke to Chinatown business owners who were hit when it hurt most.

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PIX Now7pm news update from KPIX 5

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Protest In San Francisco Over Redistricting Map Based On Latest CensusSan Francisco residents were protesting a redistricting plan based on the latest census. Shawn Chitnis says protesters say the new boundaries will leave out certain communities of color.

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Soaring Prices Hit Bay Area Food Banks HardInflation is hitting Bay Area food banks hard and as John Ramos reports, at a time when they may be needed most.

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President Biden Announces Crackdown on Ghost Gun ManufacturingPresident Joe Biden announced some rule changes that should bring ghost guns out of the shadows, and make them much more difficult to manufacture. Kiet Do reports.

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Under New General Russia Redirects Attacks To Eastern UkraineRussian forces are now under the leadership of Army General Aleksandr Dvornikov aka the Butcher of Syria, and is redirecting attacks on eastern Ukraine. Natalie Brand has the latest from the White House.

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SF, LA District Attorneys File Suit Against Law Firm Over Alleged Fraudulent ADA LawsuitsThe district attorneys of San Francisco and Los Angeles have filed a joint lawsuit against a law firm that has filed thousands of lawsuits against small businesses alleging violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Juliette Goodrich reports.

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Goose Population Boom Creates Messy Situation At Santa Clara ParkA goose population boom is creating a messy situation at Central Park in Santa Clara. Len Ramirez reports. (4/11/22)

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Monday Evening First Alert Weather Forecast With Paul HeggenExpect strong breezes to continue Monday evening, with winds calming overnight. Tuesday will be dry, but a chance of wet weather returns midweek. Paul Heggen has the forecast. (4/11/22)

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Effects Of Massive Fire At Benicia Waterfront Still Being DeterminedTwo days after a massive fire on the Benicia waterfront, there’s still no official word on just how bad the destruction was, and what it might mean for gas prices. Wilson Walker reports.

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PG&E To Pay $55 Million Settlement For Kincade, Dixie WildfiresPG&E will pay a $55 million settlement for last year’s Kincade wildfire and the 2019 Dixie wildfire. Anne Makovec tells us how the settlements will allow the utility to avoid criminal charges.

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Investigation Continues Into Massive Inferno At South San Jose Home DepotThe San Jose Fire Department continues to monitor the smoldering and smoky ruins of the Home Depot store that was gutted by a massive fire Saturday night. Devin Fehely reports. (4/11/22)

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High Wind Topples Tree in Palo Alto, Downs Power Lines in South San FranciscoGusty winds were causing problems across the Bay Area Monday afternoon.

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SF, LA Districts Attorneys File Suit Against Law Firm Over Alleged Fraudulent ADA LawsuitsThe district attorneys of San Francisco and Los Angeles have filed a joint lawsuit against a law firm that has filed thousands of lawsuits against small businesses alleging violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

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PIX NowMonday noon news update from KPIX 5

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PG&E Agrees To $55 Million Settlement For Role In Causing Massive WildfiresCalifornia prosecutors said Monday that Pacific Gas & Electric has agreed to pay more than $55 million to avoid criminal prosecution for two major wildfires started by aging power lines. Anne Makovec reports.

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Neighbors Describe San Jose Home Deport Inferno Burning Next To Their HomesInvestigators were working to figure out what led to a five-alarm fire at a Home Depot in San Jose over the weekend. On Monday, neighbors described how the fire almost reached their homes. Jocelyn Moran reports.

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