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Couple Arrested Following Hours-Long Police Standoff In FairfieldFairfield police have arrested a man and a woman after a five-and-a-half hour barricade situation.
Monterey SPCA Offers $1,000 Reward For Info On Hawk ShootingThe SPCA for Monterey County is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person who shot a federally protected red-tailed hawk near King City earlier this month.
Oakland Neuroscientist Who Studied Einstein's Brain Dies at 90Marian Cleeves Diamond, a neuroscientist who studied Albert Einstein's brain and was one of the first to show that the brain can improve with enrichment, has died.
DIY Options Provide Safe Way To Watch Solar EclipseIf you aren't all ready to safely watch the solar eclipse on Monday with a pair of viewing shades, don't fret: you may have a solution on hand right in your house.
Fired Dispatcher Alleges Sexual Misconduct By Gilroy PoliceSex parties, harassment and retaliation -- those are the allegations in a lawsuit filed against the Gilroy police department. Maria Medina reports. (8-17-17)
Spain Reels From Two Terror Attacks Authorities Say Were LinkedThe Catalan government says an attack in the seaside resort town of Cambrils is linked to the van attack on a popular Barcelona promenade that killed 13 people on Thursday. Christin Ayers reports. (8-17-17)
New Lamborghini Unveiled at Monterey Car WeekAventador S, Lamborghini's new supercar, was on display at the Monterey Car Week and KPIX 5's Betty Yu got a chance to take it for a spin. (8-17-17)
Light Tower Landmark Could Be Coming To Downtown San JoseSan Jose boosters have started a non-profit corporation to construct a roughly 19-story tower that would straddle Plaza de Cesar Chavez. Len Ramirez reports. (8-17-17)
Terror in Spain: 13 Dead After Van Driver Targets Pedestrians in BarcelonaAuthorities in Spain are still searching for the driver who deliberately drove a van into a crowded promenade in Barcelona. Now police are also investigating a separate incident south of Barcelona. Teri Okita reports. (8-17-17)
Oakland Raiders Cornerback Sean Smith Arrested On Felony Assault And Battery ChargesVern Glenn reports on the arrest of Raiders cornerback Smith in connection with alleged July 4th assault in Pasedena (8-17-2017)
Foresters Fight a Tree-Killing Infestation in Marin CountyMarin Municipal Water District is stepping up the battle against Sudden Oak Death, a fast-moving disease that threatens thousands of trees. Wilson Walker reports. (8-17-17)
Samardzija Strikes Out 6 as Giants Beat Phillies 5-4Jeff Samardzija struck out six over six innings to win for the fourth time in five starts and the Giants beat the Phillies 5-4 on Thursday night.
Raiders CB Sean Smith Arrested For Felony AssaultRaider cornerback Sean Smith was arrested by authorities Thursday on charges of felony assault and battery, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office.
Raiders' Lynch Sidesteps Questions About Sitting During AnthemOakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch spoke to reporters Thursday for the first time in training camp and avoided questions regarding his decision to sit during the national anthem before last week's preseason game against the Arizona Cardinals.
Warriors' Durant Will Skip White House Visit To Protest TrumpGolden State Warriors star forward Kevin Durant said he would not visit President Donald Trump at the White House if the NBA champions are invited.
Longtime Santa Cruz County Boy Scout Camp To Become Pot GrowA camp tucked away deep in the Santa Cruz Mountains that has served generations of Boy Scouts is set to have a new beginning as a medical marijuana grow site.
Homeless Encampment Removal Leaves Piles Of DebrisA controversy has erupted over piles of debris left behind by the removal of a large homeless encampment near railroad tracks in Oakland.
Oakland Man Creates Needed Libraries In His Native EthiopiaAn unemployed accountant living in Oakland has capitalized on his love of books and of his native Ethiopia to build nearly two dozen libraries there over the past 23 years.
Peninsula School District Installing Washers, Dryers To Help Frazzled FamiliesWhen school starts next week in East Palo Alto, families will be able to unload their clothes on campus, and for many in the working class community - their stress.
Ford-Sponsored Bike Sharing Program Faces Backlash In Mission DistrictThe recent expansion of the Ford GoBike bicycle-sharing program is not going over well in San Francisco's Mission District.
Scammers Target Real Estate Buyers Through Email SchemesThe San Francisco Bay Area is a prime target for cyber-criminals who are hacking realtors’ email accounts and sending home buyers false instructions to wire money.
Apple 'Spaceship' Campus Lands In Bay Area Growth DebateFor some, Apple’s new campus stands in opposition to all of those ideas about smart growth and housing development near job centers.
UCSF Study: Primary Care Doctor Shortage Looms In CaliforniaCalifornia could soon be dealing with a severe shortage of primary care doctors, according to a new report from UCSF.
Social Worker Hired To Help Berkeley People's Park HomelessThe University of California, Berkeley has hired a social worker to help the homeless in People's Park.
California Districts Deal With Teacher Shortage As School Year BeginsWith the new school year just around the corner, and in some districts, already underway, California is suffering from an acute shortage of qualified teachers. It's likely to get worse.
California Bunker Business Sees Spike As Tensions Rise With North KoreaThe owner of a California-based bunker business said his phone is ringing off the hook, amid heightened tensions between the United States and North Korea.
CBS SF Talks To Legendary Metal Drummer Dave LombardoCelebrated metal drummer Dave Lombardo talks about his new band Dead Cross, playing with longtime hardcore friends Suicidal Tendencies and his early days with Slayer ahead of Dead Cross making it's live debut at the UC Theatre Aug. 26
Brand New Announce 'Science Fiction' Album, San Francisco Tour StopIt's the band's first new full-length since the release of 'Daisy' back in 2009.
Beastie Boys' Mike D. Is Now a Wine Sommelier“We are putting together a wine program that will get customers tasting things they might not taste," Diamond said of the new venture.
Weezer Announce New Album, Premiere 'Mexican Fender'The band's new album 'Pacific Daydream,' will be released on October 27th.