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Mobile App Helps Homeowner Stop A Thief In Her TracksThe homeowner managed to scare off a thief even though he wasn't home.
Art Spaces Feeling Scrutiny In Wake Of Oakland Ghost Ship FireIn the wake of the deadly Oakland Ghost Ship fire, new scrutiny is being brought on the work spaces of other artists around the Bay Area.
Toxic Receipts Are Ending Up In The Hands Of Unwitting ShoppersThe store clerk hands them to you all the time, but paper receipts pose a potential health hazard.
CoCo County District Attorney To Pay $45K Fine For Misusing Campaign FundsContra Costa County’s top law enforcement official is facing penalties after illegally using campaign contributions for his own personal use, including travel, hotels, restaurants and movie tickets over a five-year period.

Top Videos

Mobile App Helps Homeowner Stop A Thief In Her TracksThe homeowner managed to scare off a thief even though he wasn't home. Devin Fehely reports. (12/7/16)
Art Spaces Feeling New Pressure From Fire Marshal In Wake Of Fatal Warehouse FireJessica Flores reports on art spaces coming under more intense scrutiny after fatal Oakland warehouse fire (12-7-2016)
Toxic Receipts End Up In The Hands Of Unwitting ShoppersThe store clerk hands them to you all the time, but paper receipts pose a potential health hazard. Julie Watts reports. (122/7/16)
Oakland Press Event Gets Heated As Artists Rail Against 'Witch Hunt'Emily Turner reports on a press conference discussing warehouse space safety turning into a shouting match (12-7-2016)
KPIX 5 Weather ForecastJulie Watts with the KPIX 5 Pinpoint Weather Forecast for your week ahead. (12/7/16)
CoCo County DA Fined For Misusing Campaign FundsThe Contra Costa District Attorney faces a $45K fine for misusing campaign funds. Len Ramirez reports. (12/7/16)
Oakland Looks To Revamp Code Enforcement After Ghost Ship FireOakland Mayor Libby Schaaf said the city will try to strengthen code enforcement in the wake of a warehouse fire that killed 36 people. Phil Matier reports. (12/7/16)

Sports Headlines & Scores

Golden State Warriors Players Donate $75,000 To Fire Relief EffortThe Golden State Warriors players and coaches have pledged $75,000 to help relief efforts for the deadly Oakland warehouse fire that happened only a few miles from their home arena.
49ers Chip Kelly Going Forward With Heavy HeartJust 24 hours after attending his father's funeral in Maine, Kelly was back in front of reporters, talking this time about a personal loss.
A’s Announcer Bill King Wins Baseball Hall Of Fame’s Frick Award PosthumouslyFormer Oakland Athletics announcer Bill King has won the Ford C. Frick Award presented by the Hall of Fame for excellence in broadcasting.
McCaffrey Leaving Stanford For NFL DraftStanford running back Christian McCaffrey will skip his senior season to enter the NFL draft.

KPIX 5 Original Reports

Residents Speak Out Against Proposed Cement Factory In VallejoA new cement factory promises to bring dozens of jobs to a Bay Area community plagued by blight. But some neighbors are saying, "not so fast."
The Golden Gate Bridge Is Starting To Show Its AgeThe Golden Gate Bridge is in need of some love and its corrosion in causing concerns.
When Public Storage Is Burglarized, Not All Insurance Is Created EqualThousands of people use public storage to store their belongings. But what happens when there is a burglary? Lots of people are complaining that the insurance they bought wasn’t worth the piece of paper it was written on.
Abandoned Mine Near Russian River Has Alarmingly High Levels Of MercuryMercury levels at the Russian River are four times higher than that needed to be deemed a hazardous waste site, yet no signs are posted.
High Cancer Risk A Fatal Job Hazard For FirefightersAccording to the International Association of Firefighters, 63 percent of firefighters will get cancer at some point. The San Francisco Fire Department is trying to change that.
Election Adds Stress To Thanksgiving GatheringsAfter our recent divisive, bitter and draining Presidential election, you may know someone who is dreading going to joining family and friends at Thanksgiving Dinner.
Will New Recreational Pot Law Lead To Stoned DriversAlameda County Sheriff Deputy Mathew Neill pulled a driver over in Oakland last month for driving twice the speed limit.

From The KCBS Radio Newsroom

Starbucks Opening 12,000 New Locations Within 5 YearsStarbucks plans to open 12,000 new locations within five years, boosting the total number of its coffee shops worldwide by almost 50 percent.
Secret Service Billed As 'New Amenity' At Trump Tower In NYCThe Secret Service is being billed as a new amenity at Trump Tower by real estate brokers trying to lure new business to Fifth Avenue Building in Manhattan.
Tiny Pests Causing Billion Dollar Problems For America's ForestsTiny pests could spell big trouble for America’s forests.
Sticker Shock Over Cost Of U.S. EmbassiesA House committee says the price of new U.S. embassies will give you sticker shock.

Eat.See.Play

Best Restaurants In San Francisco Open On Christmas Day 2016Christmas Day doesn't have to mean kitchen duty. Some of San Francisco's pro chefs and their teams can tempt you away from shopping, chopping and washing up on Dec. 25, 2016.
'Hamilton' Tickets For San Francisco Run Sell Out QuicklyPresale tickets to the San Francisco run of the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical “Hamilton” have sold out, according to theater officials.
7 Insane Musical Christmas Light DisplaysVIDEO: Our favorite Christmas light displays set to, let's say, rather unorthodox songs. See them at Radio.com
AFI Announce 2017 North American Tour Stop In The East Bay'The Blood Tour' kicks off in January with a stop in Oakland

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