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Opening of a high-tech “Continuity” exhibition at the Asian Art Museum in San FranciscoA high-tech exhibit debuts in San Francisco at the Asian Art Museum. Betty Yu tells us that this is the first museum in the country to showcase works of this scale from a Tokyo-based Team Lab.

San Jose woman sentenced to 6 months in DUI pedestrian accidentA San José woman who dreams of running for city council will instead spend the next six months in jail for hitting and killing a pedestrian. Maria Medina tells us more about her day in court.

A’s future uncertain after long-awaited city council voteThe battle over the Oakland A’s future shows no signs of abating following a much-anticipated vote on Tuesday. Andrea Nakano talks about where the city and the team go from here.

A’s future in Oakland uncertain after city council voteThe battle over the future of the Oakland A shows no signs of abating following a much-anticipated City Council vote. Andrea Nakano reports where we are going from here.

Sonoma County consolidates fire departments to increase efficiencySonoma County plans to consolidate its firefighting services in an effort to make things more efficient. Brian Hackney explains the details of the plan.

Bay Area Space fans excited for Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin launchBay Area sky watchers excitedly watched billionaire Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin space launch on Tuesday. Kit Do met some of them at the Chabot Space and Science Center in Oakland.

Danville Police Officer Andrew to be tried on manslaughter over the fatal shooting of a suspect in 2018Danville Police Officer Andrew Hall will stand trial for intentional homicide in the shooting death of Laudemer Arboleda in 2018, but a judge has dismissed the charge of assault with a semi-automatic weapon, claiming in a preliminary hearing Tuesday that the prosecutor failed to adequately prove the pistol used was technically semi-automatic. (07/20/21)

Weather forecast Tuesday evening with Paul Heggen(07/20/21)

Overcoming COVID Vaccine Reluctance, Myths and Misinformation Getting More DifficultThe number of COVID cases is increasing and the consequences of this weigh on everyone, so people inevitably wonder about the holdouts, those who choose not to be vaccinated. From anti-vax myths to old-fashioned stubbornness, there are a lot of reasons behind this and changing your mind, at this point, will be difficult. Wilson Walker reports. (07/20/21)

Philip Kreycik’s family remain hopeful in second week of search for missing joggerPhilip Kreycik’s family continue to hold their hopes up as the search for the missing Berkeley father, husband and son last seen in Pleasanton enters its second week. Andria Borba reports. (07/20/21)

Former 49er coach Greg Knapp seriously injured in vehicle-bike collision in DanvilleGreg Knapp, a former San Francisco 49ers offensive coordinator, rode his bike in Danville and suffered serious injuries in a car crash over the weekend. Devin Fehely reports. (07/20/21)

Crews contain a grass fire north of VacavilleMarissa Perlman reports that teams of firefighters put out a grass fire which forced some evacuations north of Vacaville (7-20-2021)

Despite City Council, A’s and Oakland Far Apart approval for the stadium planOakland City Council vote team coverage to approve an amended conditions sheet for A’s Howard Terminal stadium plan (7-20-2021)

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Raw video: car ends up in pool at San Jose apartment complexA car crashed through a fence at a San Jose apartment complex and the resort’s swimming pool, authorities said on Tuesday. (07/20/21)

Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf speaks on vote on Howard Terminal stadium projectThe mayor of Oakland spoke at length on Tuesday about city council voting for an amended list of conditions for the much-debated Howard Terminal stadium project (7-20-2021)

VIDEO: Hayward police save sleeping man who gets carried away and burns carA man who had apparently fallen asleep inside a vehicle with an engine running and catching fire was taken to safety by police in Hayward in an incident captured on video and released on Tuesday. Hayward Police Department video. (07/20/21)

A and Oakland City officials appear deadlocked ahead of Howard Terminal stadium voteJustin Andrews reports on special Oakland City Council meeting to discuss A’s Howard Terminal stadium plan and vote to move forward (9-20-2021)

LIFT OFF: Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and three others set off for short space flightAmazon founder Jeff Bezos and three others take off on short space flight

Today’s forecast: the latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamNormal summer weather week for the San Francisco Bay Area

Oakland lawmakers to vote on future of A’s BallparkIn a few hours, Oakland lawmakers will vote to determine the future of As in that city. Betty Yu tells us that the two sides are still at odds on many issues.

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