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Alameda Residents Reject Flyers Promoting Hateful Message, SwastikaThree flyers containing a hateful message and an image with a swastika were found Sunday in Alameda.
Pilot Killed In Oregon Plane Crash Identified As Menlo Park ResidentPilot killed in small plane crash in a part of Oregon where people gathered to watch the solar eclipse, identified as Menlo Park man.
7 Displaced By Fire In San Francisco's Merced HeightsAt least seven people were displaced Monday night after a fire broke out at a home in San Francisco's Merced Heights neighborhood.
A Former Slave's Dream Of Freedom Lives On In Allensworth, CaliforniaA former slave who settled a California town where his dream of freedom would become a reality. The place still exists. It's called Allensworth.
Flyers With Swastika And A Hateful Message Found In AlamedaThree flyers containing a hateful message and an image with a swastika were found Sunday in Alameda. Christin Ayers reports. (8/21/17)
Trump Commits U.S. To Fight On In AfghanistanRetired U.S. Marine Col. Brenden Kearney discusses President Donald Trump's announcement to recommit the United States to the 16-year-old war in Afghanistan. Katie Nielsen reports. (8/21/17)
Did The Eclipse Bring The Fish? Not So MuchAcademics have studied it, fishermen have talked about it. Did the Bay Area get enough eclipse-provided darkness to make the fish bite in the Delta? Wilson Walker came back empty handed.
Entire San Francisco Police Force Scheduled To Work During Patriot Prayer RallyEvery member of the San Francisco police force is being called in to work in anticipation of a Patriot Prayer rally at Crissy Field. Phil Matier reports. (8/21/17)
Protest Planned For SJSU Professor Who Sexually Harassed StudentSan Jose State students plan to protest against a professor who has returned to teach after being placed on leave for sexually harassing a student. Maria Medina reports. (8/21/17)
Colorful Iguana Found In FremontAn East Bay animal shelter is trying to track down the owner of a colorful stray iguana police found.
San Jose Reduces Potential Sites For Tiny Homes For HomelessSan Jose is scaling back plans for a novel experiment to build tiny homes for the homeless. Len Ramirez reports. (8/21/17)
Oregon Minor League Baseball Game Becomes 1st To Have Eclipse DelayAn early start for a minor league baseball game in Oregon assured an historic mid-game stoppage for Monday's total solar eclipse.
49ers' Iowa Hawkeye Connection Clicking In PreseasonQuarterback C.J. Beathard is making his case to be the 49ers backup, and he's doing with help from an old friend.
Fan Essentials: What's Most Exciting About The Mayweather-McGregor Fight?Showtime Boxing announcers and analysts offer their thoughts on what the most exciting aspect of the fight is.
Will 8-Ounce Gloves Really Matter In Mayweather-McGregor?In what cynics see as the final piece of pre-fight propaganda, Floyd Mayweather Jr and Conor McGregor have been approved to use eight-ounce gloves for their megafight on August 26, in Las Vegas.
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.
BART Allows Thousands Of Police Officers To Ride Trains For FreeBay Area Rapid Transit has been giving free rides to police officers for decades.
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.
Join Jan Wahl As San Francisco Opera Presents Puccini's 'Turandot'Join KCBS Entertainment Reporter, Jan Wahl, for San Francisco Opera’s Puccini’s "Turandot"!
Vance Joy Announces Fall Tour Date At Herbst TheatreThe tour kicks off in Seattle in late September, and winds up in Brooklyn at the end of October.
North Bay Diner Owner Fights Prejudice With Good GrubVIDEO: Theresa & Johnny's Restaurant in San Rafael donate all the money from a very busy Saturday to the Southern Poverty Law Center in response to last week's turmoil in Charlottesville. Devin Fehely reports...
San Jose Pizza Shop Deals Employees a Slice of the ActionVIDEO: KPIX 5's Wilson Walker gets a taste of the business model at the South Bay's first pizza co-op, where the employees finally get a piece of the pie.