Latest Bay Area News

Study: Millennials More Likely To Get Scammed Than GrandparentsThe stereotype of a scam victim often focuses on the innocent granny, but a new study shows that Millennials are more likely to fall victim to scams than their parents and grandparents.
Missing Delta Jet Skiers Found SafeThree jet skiers whose craft ran out of gas stranding them overnight on Venice Island in the Delta have been rescued by the San Joaquin County Sheriff Marine unit.
Bikers Alarmed By Booby Trap On Marin TrailThe dispute between hikers and trail bikers in the Marin County woods has been going on for years. But even veterans of the dispute are alarmed over the discovery of a spiked booby trap.
Gunman Opens Fire On Emeryville Police An unidentified gunman opened fire on two Emeryville police officers as they were on neighborhood foot patrol Friday night,
Eight Zika Cases Reported In San FranciscoA total of eight San Francisco residents have tested positive for Zika virus, according to Department of Public Health officials.
Fatal Soberanes Fire In Monterey County Destroys 57 Homes; 15 Percent ContainedThere are 4,277 firefighters working to extinguish the blaze that has destroyed 57 homes and 11 outbuildings, according to Cal Fire.

Sports Headlines & Scores

Triple Play Helps Nationals Hold Off GiantsThe Nationals turned the first triple play in their 12-season history to help beat the Giants 4-1 on Friday night.
4-Run Seventh Costs A's In 5-3 Loss To IndiansAfter leading through six innings, Oakland allowed four runs in the seventh in a 5-3 loss to the Cleveland Indians on Friday night.
Numerous Road Closures, Transit Detours For San Francisco MarathonNumerous streets will be closed and transit service will be impacted throughout San Francisco on Sunday as tens of thousands of runners participate in the San Francisco Marathon.
Report: Suspended Raiders Star Aldon Smith Enters Treatment CenterSuspended Oakland Raiders defensive end Aldon Smith has entered a treatment center days after a video emerged on social media hinting at possible marijuana use.
WATCH: Westbrook Laughs When Asked How He Feels About DurantThe Oklahoma City guard doesn't exactly seem pleased about his former teammate's decision.
Premier League's Arsenal Too Much For MLS All-Stars Didier Drogba hardly felt like celebrating his goal given the MLS All-Stars missed multiple late scoring chances that cost them their all-star game against Premier League power Arsenal.

Politics

Fighting Pit Bulls Are Getting A Second ChanceGood news for some shelter dogs -- and prospective owners. A new state law is giving them a second chance at life.
Feds Crack Down On Bay Area Luxury Home Buyers Using Shell CompaniesAmid increasing concerns that shell companies are hiding stolen funds in the U.S. luxury real estate market, the feds are cracking down.
Apple CEO Reportedly Hosting Hillary Clinton FundraiserApple Inc. CEO Tim Cook is reportedly holding a fundraiser for the Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in late August.
Katy Perry Sings 'Rise' & 'Roar' At Democratic National ConventionAt the final night of the DNC, Katy Perry took the stage after a series of speakers that included a number of private citizens, four star General John Allen, and basketball legend Kareem Abdul Jabbar...
Hackers Strike Democrats’ House Campaign CommitteeThe computers of the House Democratic campaign committee have been hacked in an intrusion that investigators say resembles the recent cyber breach of the Democratic National Committee.
Report: San Francisco Cop Investigated In Underage Sex ScandalA San Francisco police officer is being investigated in a sex scandal involving a teenage girl that has also allegedly involved officers in several East Bay law enforcement agencies.

KPIX 5 Original Reports

Airport Pre-Check Programs Swamped With Applicants; Appointments Booked 24/7With increased airport security measures now common, some people have been forced to wait months to get an appointment for programs like Global Entry.
Sea Lettuce Algae Bloom Blankets Monterey Beaches"Ew!" is not usually an exclamation you hear when you're at the beach. But in Monterey recently, it has become a common occurrence.
Bay Area Woman Develops Training Regimen For Firefighter Fitness TestCourtney Rypstra's future career as a firefighter will come down to 10 grueling minutes. She is training to pass the infamous "candidate physical ability test," also known as the CPAT.
Shellfish Stickum Inspires Cal Scientists To Create New Surgical GlueUC Berkeley scientists observing how mussels attach themselves to submarine surfaces have developed a new surgical glue.
Highway 4 Cameras Catch 4 Stolen Cars In 1st Week Of RecordingMore than a dozen cameras set up along Highway 4 in the East Bay to monitor crime are already paying off for police in the first week.
Fewer 16-Year-Old Drivers Hitting California's Roads Than Just 15 Years AgoTeenagers aren’t taking to the roads like they used to.

From The KCBS Newsroom

Auction To Feature 450+ Items Belonging To Late Former Raiders QB Ken StablerItems belonging to Ken Stabler are being auctioned online even as the former Raiders quarterback is set to be posthumously inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Business Booming For Google's Parent Company AlphabetBusiness is booming at Google's parent company, Alphabet, even as it loses billions of dollars on kooky-sounding projects that may never produce any revenue.
UC Santa Cruz Professor Hit, Killed By Bus In TaiwanA UC Santa Cruz professor was killed earlier this month in Taiwan.
Satellite That Lit Up Night Sky Highlights Concerns Over Space JunkSocial media last night lit up with videos of what turned out to be space junk - specifically part of a Chinese rocket burning up upon reentering the atmosphere over the western United States.
Wine Country Grape Harvest BeginsIt is harvest time in wine country.
Heat Wave Prompts 2nd Flex Alert In A Row Called For CaliforniaA Flex Alert called by the Operators of California’s electricity grid continues Thursday as states across the West swelter.

Eye On The Bay

Top Hidden Destinations To Visit In The South Bay And PeninsulaThere's plenty of scenic beauty within a stone's throw of SIlicon Valley. These special destinations, nature spots, hiking trails and lookouts in the South Bay and on the Peninsula south of San Francisco are a bit off the beaten track, yet make a great day out without going too far.
Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival: Your Complete GuideDetailed festival guide to Outside Lands in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park...
Best End Of Summer Family Activities In The Bay AreaSummer break may be over soon, but there are plenty of family friendly activities happening in the Bay Area before school is in session. Get outdoors, have fun and make some more summer memories that will last through all the seasons.
Best R&B Shows Coming To The Bay AreaA preview of five of the best upcoming R&B concerts in the Bay Area, including one that's absolutely free.
Best Biscuits And Gravy In The Bay AreaThe Bay Area has several restaurants who make biscuits and gravy quite well, sometimes with an unusual twist to the standard recipe.
Best Flea Markets In & Around San FranciscoWith no shortage of treasures to be found, flea markets are the perfect spot for shoppers looking to score a bargain. Here are five of the best flea markets near San Francisco.

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