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SpaceX's Elon Musk Elaborates On Plan To Colonize MarsSpaceX CEO Elon Musk has given more details about his plan to colonize Mars.
Caught On Video: Gunman Opens Fire On Police Car In Central Valley Central California police are looking for the people who fired more than a dozen rounds at an officer and a civilian who was on a ride-along.
1960s Anti-War Activist Turned Lawmaker Tom Hayden DiesFamed `60s anti-war activist Tom Hayden, whose name became forever linked with the celebrated Chicago 7 trial, Vietnam War protests and his ex-wife actress Jane Fonda, has died.
Deadline To Register To Vote In General Election Rapidly ApproachingMonday is the last day for Bay Area residents and Californians in general to register to vote for the November 8 General Election, according to the California Secretary of State’s office.
What Happens If Trump Rejects Election Results?Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has created quite a stir by repeatedly saying he might not accept the results of the election, but can he really do that? KPIX 5 political analyst Melissa Caen weighs in. (10/24/16)
Monday Morning Forecast With Roberta GonzalesExpect rain to develop in the North Bay by Monday afternoon, moving south in the evening. A stronger storm is expected to arrive later this week. Roberta Gonzales has the forecast. (10/24/16)
1960s Anti-War Activist Tom Hayden DiesTom Hayden, a prominent leader of the 1960s anti-war and civil rights movements died Sunday at the age of 76. Jackie Ward reports. (10/24/16)
Van Ness Avenue Bus Rapid Transit Project To BeginBig changes are coming to Van Ness Avenue in San Francisco, as crews begin building the Bus Rapid Transit project. Anne Makovec reports. (10/24/16)
Murder Investigated At SFO HyattA hotel near the San Francisco International Airport was the scene of a murder. Joe Vazquez reports. (10/23/16)
'Teal Pumpkin Project' Helping Kids With Food Allergies Enjoy HalloweenKids with food allergies can have a tough time on Halloween, but there's a campaign to get everyone in on the fun. Julie Watts reports. (10/23/16)
KPIX 5 Weather ForecastBrian Hackney with the KPIX 5 Pinpoint Weather Forecast for your week ahead. (10/23/16)
Oakland Raiders Team Grades: Unexpected Dominance Continues To Show In Win Over JaguarsNo one expected the Oakland Raiders to have five wins through the first seven games of the season considering they had seven in all of 2015. Yet, they picked up their fifth victory by taking out the Jacksonville Jaguars on the road and in rather impressive fashion.
49ers Team Grades: Fast Start Fades Into Another Loss For San FranciscoAfter taking a 14-0 lead in the first quarter against the visiting Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the San Francisco 49ers looked like they might be able to break a five-game losing streak. But the Bucs turned it on after the first 15 minutes of play to run away with an easy road win at Levi's Stadium.
Five Things: Cubs And Indians Reach World SeriesThe two franchises with the longest World Series droughts will square off in the Fall Classic.
NBA 2016-17 Season Preview: Western ConferenceThe 2016-17 NBA season tips off October 25. Preview the Western Conference elite, contenders, on the rise and rebuilding teams.
Santa Clara Students Put Spin On Solar Power For 'Tiny House' ContestThe Sacramento Municipal Utility Districts Tiny House competition this weekend is the inaugural contest challenging California college students to engineer a net-zero, miniature solar-powered house.
NFL Players Push For Cannabis Alternative To Opioids For Chronic PainCurrent and former National Football League players are funding a study on a potential opioid alternative – cannabis oil, made in the Bay Area – to help alleviate the pain brought about by a football career.
New Data Shows Skyrocketing San Jose Police OvertimeWhen San Jose police officers hit the streets, they stay there longer than most other big-city cops in California, according to documents.
Wi-Fi Device Pauses Kids' Video Games When You WantGetting your children's attention when they're sucked into a video or computer game is no easy task, but a Bay Area based company has a high-tech way for parents to call a time out.
Pets Potentially More At Risk If Recreational Marijuana Law PassesOn November 8th, Californians will decide whether to legalize marijuana for adult recreational use. But with the latest Field poll showing Proposition 64 ahead by a two-to-one margin, there's a growing concern about an unintended consequence - more cases of dogs digesting cannabis products.
New Surveillance Cameras Installed At Scene Of Oakland Double HomicideIt took a recent double homicide at East Oakland's Cesar Chavez Park to prompt the city to finally take action and install new surveillance cameras that work.
Vallejo Waterfront To Be Transformed; Major Development Gets Green LightIt's been talked about for almost a decade, but now a major development in Vallejo that will change the city's waterfront has gotten the green light.
Division Between Police, Communities Seems Wider Than EverNever before have we seen such a deep division between police and the communities they’re pledged to protect, and some local officers and departments are trying to stay mindful while they’re every move is under a microscope.
San Jose Homeless Health Fair Offers Flu Shots, Voter RegistrationHundreds of the homeless turned out for a free health fair in San Jose on Friday.
Berkeley Mail Carrier Accused Of Dumping Ballot GuidesA mail carrier in Berkeley is under fire, for allegedly dumping ballot guides in a recycling bin.
Thousands Of Baby Toads Heading To Puerto Rico From Oakland ZooThousands of critically endangered baby toads are en route to Puerto Rico from the Oakland Zoo.
Bon Jovi Hits Broadway To Play New AlbumPlaying all fifteen songs from a not-yet-released album is ambitious, to say the least. But Bon Jovi, and their fans were up to the task.
Notorious Hotel Rooms To Stay At Across AmericaAlthough the notion of spending a night in a room with a twisted past might not seem appealing, many hotels reap bigger rewards due to the notoriety.
5 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Dorothy's Famous Ruby SlippersThe museum hopes to raise $300,000 in a month. Here are five things to know about the famous relic...
Disneyland's 'Tower of Terror' Making Way For Marvel's 'Guardians of The Galaxy' Ride"The Twilight Zone" is ceding way to "Guardians of the Galaxy" on Disneyland's popular Tower of Terror ride, but a change that could be seen as a victory for millennials' pop culture over baby boomers' is drawing complaints...