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Professor, Oxford Official Charged In Chicago MurderThe fatal stabbing of a hairstylist in Chicago was part of a sexual fantasy hatched in an online chatroom between a Northwestern University professor and an Oxford University employee, whose plan included killing someone and then themselves.
KPIX 5's Ken Bastida Joins Eclipse WatchKPIX 5's news anchor Ken Bastida has joined the thousands gathered in Salem, Oregon, in anticipation on Monday's eclipse.
Blood, Sex And Snacking -- Lore Of The EclipseIt's not just the skies that get dark when there's a total solar eclipse. So do we.
Eve of Eclipse: Millions Converge Across U.S. to See the Sun Go DarkMillions converged on a narrow corridor stretching from Oregon to South Carolina to watch the moon blot out the midday sun on Monday.
SCIENTISTS GATHERING: KPIX 5's Ken Bastida reports on the scientists gathered in Oregon for the eclipseKPIX 5's Ken Bastida reports on the scientists gathered in Oregon for the eclipse
ECLIPSE TEACHING: Berkeley teachers using Monday's eclipse as a science learning projectBerkeley teachers using Monday's eclipse as a science learning project
TEACHER RECRUITING: The Oakland School District goes overseas to recruit teachersThe Oakland School District goes overseas to recruit teachers
UNITY RALLY: Hundreds turn out for unity rally in San JoseHundreds turn out for unity rally in San Jose
CHICAGO MURDER: Two suspects captured in the Bay Area chaeged with murder in ChicagoTwo suspects captured in the Bay Area chaeged with murder in Chicago
ECLIPSE FRENZY: KPIX 5's Ken Bastida reports on the festive atmosphere surrounding the eclipse in OregonKPIX 5's Ken Bastida reports on the festive atmosphere surrounding the eclipse in Oregon
ECLIPSE QUESTION: The Cook Family from Livermore are wondering why the solar eclipse goes west to eastThe Cook Family from Livermore are wondering why the solar eclipse goes west to east
Rookies Help A's Deny Sweep To Sloppy AstrosRookies Boog Powell and Jharel Cotton helped the A's deny the Astros a three-game sweep with a 3-2 win Sunday.
Lynch Starts, Siemian Throws TD As Broncos Beat 49ers, 33-14The Broncos beat the San Francisco 49ers 33-14 on Saturday night.
Carr, Goff Shine In Rams 24-21 Exhibition Win Over RaidersJared Goff led three scoring drives for the Rams during Los Angeles' 24-21 exhibition victory over Oakland on Saturday night.
Serpico, NYPD Officers Rally in Support of Ex-49er Colin KaepernickFrank Serpico joined dozens of current and former NYPD officers Saturday at a rally in support of getting former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick a job in the NFL.
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.
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.
California Bunker Business Sees Spike As Tensions Rise With North KoreaThe owner of a California-based bunker business said his phone is ringing off the hook, amid heightened tensions between the United States and North Korea.
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.
Anderson East Reveals New Song 'All On My Mind'East's new single counts none other than Ed Sheeran among its songwriters.
CBS SF Talks To Legendary Metal Drummer Dave LombardoCelebrated metal drummer Dave Lombardo talks about his new band Dead Cross, playing with longtime hardcore friends Suicidal Tendencies and his early days with Slayer ahead of Dead Cross making it's live debut at the UC Theatre Aug. 26