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2. Family Files Claim Over Deadly Danville Police Shooting, Sheriff Criticizes 'Well-Worn Race Card'
Mother of 33-year-old man fatally shot Nov. 3 in small East Bay town while driving by police officer alleges negligence and recklessness caused the wrongful death of Laudemer Arboleda.
3. Friday School Closures and Restrictions Announced for the Bay Area
The Camp Fire has contributed to very unhealthy air across the Bay Area, and a number of school districts will shut down completely or restrict outdoor student activities.
4. What You Need to Know: Butte County's Camp Fire
Details on the fire, casualties, evacuations, missing persons, where to find shelter and air quality information.
5. Indian Entrepreneurs With No Green Cards Pursue Silicon Valley Dreams Elsewhere
Some Silicon Valley entrepreneurs from India who face a wait of 10 years for a green card choose to launch their companies elsewhere.
6. Tony Thurmond Wins Close Race to Become California's Next Top School Official
Thurmond's victory is a blow to charter school advocates who supported his opponent, Marshall Tuck.
7. Separated By Fire, Man Launches Wrenching Search For His Wife
For every person still unaccounted for, there are family members and friends desperately trying to find them.
8. Do You Really Want to Know? One Man's Search for Family From Jonestown and Beyond
Forty years ago, preacher Jim Jones ordered hundreds of his followers to drink cyanide-laced punch. One man unravels the tangled family history that binds him to that tragedy.
9. Lawsuit: Rohnert Park, Hopland Police Conspired to Steal Cannabis and Cash on Highway 101
Lawsuit cites KQED's reporting, alleges police officers from Rohnert Park and Hopland Band of Pomo Indians 'conspired to expand the legitimate (drug) interdiction mission to one of personal financial gain.'
10. 'The Federal Government Is Behind You': Trump Tours Camp Fire Devastation with Brown, Newsom
President Trump pledged to work with California leaders to help the state recover from the deadly Camp Fire during a visit to a burn site in Paradise on Saturday.
11. Shunning Shelters, Fire Evacuees Find Freedom but No Comfort in Walmart Tent Encampment
Some Camp Fire evacuees are temporarily living in an encampment of about 45 tents set up in a lot next to a Walmart in downtown Chico.
12. To Close or Not to Close for Bad Air? No Easy Answer for Bay Area Schools
As wildfires make dirty air more common, officials are looking to institute clearer guidelines for when schools should close.
13. Documentary Highlights Impact of Late SF Mayor George Moscone
Forty years ago next week, San Francisco was rocked by the double assassination of Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk. In the years since, the story of Milk, a pioneer in the fight for gay rights, has been frequently told. But the story of San Francisco's progressive mayor has gotten far less attention. A new documentary, "Moscone: A Legacy of Change," sets out to fix that. It examines at the life and career of the progressive mayor, and how his life mirrored a political evolution of the Bay Area and the state.
14. Gil Cisneros Win Gives Democrats 6 New House Seats in California
Democrats put a lot of time and money into flipping several traditionally Republican congressional seats, and it has paid off with a half dozen new Democratic representatives heading to Washington D.C.
15. A Church, a Biker Crew, and Sheltering Camp Fire Evacuees
An impromptu shelter at a church in Chico is housing hundreds of people displaced by the deadly fire in Butte County.