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Samsung: Note 7 Battery Design, Manufacturing Caused FiresSamsung Electronics Co. says problems with the design and manufacturing of batteries in its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones caused them to overheat and burst into fire.
Avalanche Covers Tahoe Highway, Drivers Escape InjuryA massive wall of snow slammed into a Sierra highway Sunday, burying two cars but fortunately the occupants of the vehicles were able to escape unharmed.
Vallejo Police Officer Fatally Shoots Man Suspected In Knife AttackA police officer shot and killed a suspect who was allegedly attacking another person with a knife in Vallejo early Monday morning, police said.
Unemployment Below 5 Percent In 8 Bay Area CountiesTwo Bay Area counties had unemployment rates below 3 percent last month, while all but one county reported rates under 5 percent.
Massive Eucalyptus Tree Crushes Cars In Lafayette Parking LotCrews in Lafayette were assessing the damage done to about 10 cars after a huge eucalyptus tree fell over in a restaurant parking lot. Joe Vazquez reports. (1/22/17)
Monday Morning Forecast With Roberta GonzalesExpect another wet day in the Bay Area, as the third in a series of storms passes through. A flash flood watch has been issued for the entire Bay Area through Monday evening. Roberta Gonzales has the forecast. (1/23/17)
Search Continues For Woman After Car Plunges Into East Bay CreekDive teams are expected to continue searching for a woman after her car plunged into a creek along Niles Canyon Road near Fremont. Jackie Ward reports. (1/23/17)
Refugees Trained To Work As Baristas At East Bay Coffee House1951 Coffee Co. in Berkeley trains and employs refugees thanks to co-founder Doug Hewitt's experiences working at a refugee resettlement agency. Jessica Flores reports. (1-22-17)
Days Of Rain Keep Santa Cruz Area Residents On EdgeCommunities in the Santa Cruz Mountains and along the coast are grappling with the effects of another powerful storm that barreled through the area. Devin Fehely reports. (1-22-17)
Oft-Flooded Sonoma Creek Pays No Heed To Locals' LivelihoodsWhen it rains (and pours), Sonoma Creek floods and folks living near the intersection of Hwy 121 and Hwy 12 are getting used to it. John Ramos reports. (1-22-17)
Dangerous Surf Coastside Brings Out Looky-LoosA huge swell pummeled the seawall and pier in Pacifica Sunday but people still came out to watch the show. Anne Makovec reports. (1-22-17)
On This Day Klay Thompson Scored 37 In A Quarter: Let's ReminisceOn this day two years ago, Klay Thompson broke the NBA record for most points in a quarter with 37.
Curry, Thompson Each Hit Seven 3s, Warriors Surge Past MagicThe Warriors won their seventh straight game, beating the Orlando Magic 118-98 on Sunday.
Sharks Win Thriller Over Avs In OvertimeWith San Jose in a grueling stretch of eight games in 13 days before the All-Star break, coach Peter DeBoer knows he needs to get help from some unusual places if the Sharks want to avoid a letdown.
Rabb Has 18 Points, Cal Beats Oregon State 69-58Ivan Rabb had 18 points and eight rebounds and Cal handed Oregon State its seventh straight loss with a 69-58 victory Saturday night.
SkyDrone 5 Captures Bird's Eye View Of Storm DamageIn the days after last week's damaging stormy weather, KPIX 5's SkyDrone 5 was on the scene giving Bay Area residents an unique view of their flooded and damaged neighborhoods.
Storm Topples Iconic Giant Sequoia ‘Tunnel’ Tree In Calaveras ParkA beloved giant Sequoia with a tunnel tourists loved to walk through was the latest victim of the big storm that blew through Northern California over the weekend. Strong winds and rain toppled the famous giant Sequoia known as the Pioneer Cabin Tree.
Russian River Surges Past Flood Stage In GuernevilleSome evacuations orders remained in effect Monday in the area around the Russian River in Sonoma County as the river surged past flood stage.
Rain-Swollen Yosemite Falls Put On A ShowA potent winter storm may have shut down Yosemite National Park Sunday, but it also has led to an awesome display of Mother Nature’s power as the park’s signature falls roared to life.
No Quick Fix For SF Muni's Nextbus Tracking SystemIt seemed like a great idea -- a web-based tracking system called 'Nextbus' that allows passengers waiting catch a ride on San Francisco Muni lines tell when their bus or light rail train will arrive.
SJ Police Officers Sleeping In RV's Forced To MovePeople were shocked when they learned last summer that some San Jose cops were forced to live in RVs in an effort to get some shuteye. Now those cops are being forced to move out because of a familiar roadshow is moving in.
Santa Rosa Artist Builds Tiny Houses For HomelessA Santa Rosa artist has gone above and beyond when it comes to helping the homeless, designing and helping to build a group of miniature shelters for those in need.
NorCal Thieves Steal 190,000 Bees Meant To Pollinate Almond TreesSomeone has stolen nearly 500 beehives from a Montana beekeeper who was transporting them to California to pollinate almond trees.
Massive Waves, Strong Winds Expected At Mavericks This WeekendSurf will be up, way up, at Mavericks this Saturday. But big wind and big waves don't mix well, so the famed surf contest is not expected to be held.
San Francisco GOP Member In DC For Trump InaugurationWhile many in the Bay Area are protesting Donald Trump's inauguration, some Bay Area Republicans have traveled to DC for the swearing-in.
Ed Lee Leads List Of Nation’s Highest Paid MayorsOf all the mayors of big cities across the country, a new report finds Mayor Ed Lee of San Francisco is paid the most.
CBS SF Talks To ArnoCorps Singer Graf HolzfeuerGraf Holzfeuer, lead singer for Bay Area action-adventure rockers ArnoCorps, talks about his band's forthcoming recording 'The Unbelievable EP,' our new president and the group's upcoming concert at Slim's with Mac Sabbath on January 27.
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Foodie Chap With Chef Adam Sobel of Mina Test KitchenEnjoy Liam's tasty talk with a super passionate chef, inspired by his roots and travels, Adam Sobel + jot down his recipe for Carciofi e Mortadella!
Iron Maiden To Play Oakland For First Time In 30 YearsIconic British metal band Iron Maiden is returning to North America for the latest leg of its "Book of Souls" tour, including the group's first show in Oakland since the late 1980s.