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August 25, 2014
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THE BIG STORY:
QUAKE DAMAGES CHURCH: Vallejo First Baptist Church In Danger Of Collapse
NAPA QUAKE: Dozens Of Homes Red-Tagged After Magnitude 6.0 Jolt
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0 = NO FOG, ABNORMALLY CLEAR
1 = COASTAL FOG ONLY
2-3 = TYPICAL FOG PATTERNS
4 = FOG PENETRATES INLAND
5 = ABNORMALLY FOGGY AND OVERCAST THROUGHOUT BAY AREA
Complete Bay Area Weather From KPIX 5
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In San Jose, City Council members will consider an emergency drought declaration on Tuesday.
Also in San Jose, more mosquito fogging will take place. Vector Control will spray in the area of Almaden Expressway and Branham Lane starting at 11 p.m.
The City of Santa Clara is looking at snuffing out Roman candles and sparklers. On Tuesday morning, officials will talk about strengthening rules against illegal fireworks in the city.
In San Francisco’s West Portal, people who said they’re being unfairly evicted will hold a noontime rally in front of a realty company.
And in Oakland at noon, Mayor Jean Quan will talk about getting low-income schoolchildren free broadband service, a free computer loaded with software, tech support, and digital literacy training.
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