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Realty Check: Astronomical Prices For SF Vacant LotsWith only 18 vacant lots for sale in San Francisco, even dirt fetches seven figures.
Contractor Hits, Breaks 6-Inch Water Main In AlamedaA contractor struck and broke a 6-inch water main Friday night in Alameda sending a geyser of water into the air.
Colorado Woman Missing Since Monday Last Seen At SFOTeresita Atkins, 63, was last seen Monday in the domestic terminal of the airport.
Officer Shot In Head Moved From SF General To Rehab FacilityOfficer Kevin Downs, who was shot in the head last week in a confrontation with a suspect, was transferred from San Francisco General Hospital to a rehabilitation facility on Friday.
Weekend Pinpoint Weather ForecastThe weekend kicks off warm and dry but there's some wet stuff on the way by Monday. (10-21-16)
Vacant Lots Fetch Astronomical Prices in San FranciscoWith only 18 vacant lots for sale in San Francisco, even dirt fetches seven figures. Andria Borba reports. (10-21-16)
Gala, Museum Exhibit Marks 50th Anniversary of Black PanthersNew exhibits that shed light on the Black Panthers are about to open in Oakland and Saturday a gala will mark a milestone for the movement. Christin Ayers has a preview of the celebrations. (10-21-16)
Homeland Security, FBI Investigate Massive Cyber AttacksThe denial-of-service attacks struck in waves, disrupting a number of major websites. The attacks have ended -- for now. Mark Sayre reports from Silicon Valley. (10-21-16)
Water Main Breaks In Alameda, Oakland Plague EBMUD CrewsWater spewing from two big water main breaks in the East Bay had utility crews scrambling Friday evening. Cate Cauguiran reports. (10-21-16)
Students Rising Above: Sophie LauOur students rising above often say they want to give back to the community after they finish college and start their careers. Sophie Lau had that goal back in high school. Sophie is now 31 and KPIX 5's Sherry Hu paid her a visit to see how Sophie has opened her heart to struggling teenagers. (10-21-16)
Women To Enter Mavericks Surfers CompetitionFriday was the opening ceremony of the "Titans of Mavericks" surf competition near Half Moon Bay. Emily Turner reports. (10-21-16)
San Francisco 49ers Week 7 Injury Report: Few Injuries This Week, But They're Big OnesWith the Tampa Bay Buccaneers coming to town, the San Francisco 49ers once again have their work cut out for them if they want to win. That's just the way it is in the NFL for a 1-5 team, but the 49ers will find it difficult to move the ball on offense if WR Torrey Smith can't play, as RB Carlos Hyde already has been ruled out of Sunday's game.
Bill Murray Makes Surprise Appearance At White HouseMurray came out to the podium in the White House briefing room and talked about the Cubs-Dodgers Championship series after spokesman Josh Earnest wrapped up...
Fantasy Football: Who To Start, Who To Sit For Week 7CBS Sports' fantasy football experts Jamey Eisenberg and Dave Richard lay out their must-start and must-sit players of the week.
Raiders Injury Report: Latavius Murray Limited In PracticeMurray, having missed the last couple of games with a toe injury, could certainly provide Oakland (4-2) with a spark in the backfield if good to go this Sunday.
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.
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.
Biggest Union Of California State Workers Planning Strike VoteThe biggest union representing state government workers is planning a strike vote next week.
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...