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Green Day's Emotional Tribute To Ghost Ship Fire Victims
Bay Area punk heroes Green Day paid heartfelt tribute to those who lost their lives in the Oakland Ghost Ship warehouse fire during their set at LIVE 105's Not So Silent Night Saturday.
Woman Fleeing San Jose Police In Stolen Car Crashes Into Light Pole, Dies
Officers tried to stop the woman as she was in the vehicle at Fruitdale Avenue and Sherman Oaks Drive but she sped away.
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Grizzlies Dominate Warriors For 6th Straight Victory
The Memphis Grizzlies rolled over the Golden State Warriors 110-89 on Saturday night for their sixth straight win.
Curry Scores 26, Warriors Beat Jazz 106-99
The Warriors controlled the Utah Jazz from start to finish in a 106-99 victory Thursday night.
AP Source: Aldon Smith Makes Reinstatement Case To Goodell
Suspended Oakland Raiders pass rusher Aldon Smith met with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Friday in hopes of being reinstated from his substance-abuse ban.
Oakland, Ronnie Lott Group Unveil Stadium Plan To Keep Raiders
Oakland and Alameda County leaders will vote Tuesday on a financial and development plan to build a $1.3 billion football stadium at the Coliseum site.
Wahlburgers Coming To Palo Alto
Live 105 reports actors Donnie, Mark and Brandon Wahlberg is bringing their Boston-based burger joint to the Bay Area next year...
Best Restaurants In San Francisco Open On Christmas Day 2016
Christmas 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 Quickly
Presale 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 Displays
VIDEO: Our favorite Christmas light displays set to, let's say, rather unorthodox songs. See them at Radio.com
Remember Pokémon GO? Now There Are 100 New Creatures To Catch
Just when Pokémon GO die-hards thought they had caught them all, the makers of the app have added 100 new creatures and a bunch of new features.
Best Family-Friendly Holiday Events In San Francisco
Holiday 2016 is almost here, and San Francisco proves again it is the city that does it right with family friendly holiday activities and events to fit every budget, from free to splurge.
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5 Affordable Holiday Escapes For Families
Five suggested American destinations for an affordable, family-friendly holiday escape...
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Five helpful tips on helping you stay healthy during your holiday travels...
Marin Headlands Tunnel To Close For 4-Month Renovation
The tunnel will be closed to all users for 24 hours, seven days a week through early May.
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Probation Manager Transformed Contra Costa Juvenile Justice System
MARTINEZ (KPIX 5 ) - At the Contra Costa County Probation Department, the theme is rehabilitation, and it's thanks to this week's Jefferson Award winner. James Rivers is a probation manager at the Contra Costa County Probation Department. He...
Burlingame Teenager Leads Cancer Research Group
BURLINGAME (KPIX 5) - Seventeen-year-old Alexander Lee co-founded the group Burlingame Cancer Research in 2014. Its 100 high school volunteers from the Bay Area and East Coast share what they've learned with cancer patients and their...
826 Valencia Takes Education To Creative New Heights
A best-selling Bay Area author and a former teacher teamed up to create a fun non-profit organization that marries education and creativity.
Paw Fund Helps Homeless Help Their Pets
BERKELEY (KPIX 5) Once a month, across from the Berkeley Animal Shelter, Jill Posener's volunteers open up a van full of pet medicines and offer free vaccinations and other basic veterinary care for the East Bay's homeless dog and cat owners. But...
The Village Project Unites Western Addition Community In SF
SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) For the past ten years, a Bay Area woman has put the phrase "it takes a village" into action. Today, her Village Project not only helps feed and educate some of San Francisco's neediest children, it now has a program to help...
Napa Non-Profit Guides Students Into Careers
When Helen McDermott retired after 22 years as Human Resources Vice President at Robert Mondavi Winery, she turned to helping young people. "People would refer their children or people that they knew just needed some advice and counsel," she...
Chef Feeds Hundreds In Need With Impromptu Recipes
At only 9a.m., chef Ruby Kaho is embroiled dinner preparations. For the last 16 years, she's worked at Samaritan House, the anti-poverty nonprofit in San Mateo. As a full-time food services manager, she cooks up to 700 meals a day with the help of...
East Bay Man Raises Money To Fight Kids' Cancer
After accidents, cancer is the second leading cause of death in children under 14 in the U.S., according to the American Cancer Society. An East Bay man has dedicated his life to raising money to find a cure, and he's this week's Jefferson Award...
Non-Profit Studio Teaches Capoeira To Thousands
SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) Capoeira is a combination of many things. "It's art form that incorporates every art possible," explained Marcia Treidler. "It's a martial art. It's acrobatics. It's dance. It's music." And Treidler is one of the best at...
Legal Team Offers Free Help To San Francisco Neighborhood
SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) It's called the justice gap: only one legal aid attorney for every 6,000 eligible low-income Americans. In San Francisco's Bayview Hunter's Point, a non-profit agency is working to change that by trying to take every case in...
San Francisco Art And Tech Center Trains Young Filmmakers
SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) This week's Jefferson Award winner is closing the digital divide by giving low income young people free training, mentoring, and jobs. From still photography to filmmaking, young people aged 11 to 24 focus on learning...
San Francisco Coalition Celebrates Southeast Asian Arts And Culture
SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) San Francisco is home to many diverse southeast Asian cultures. This week's Jefferson Award winner has a passion for celebrating them through colorful community events. From lively Laotian music... to meditative Tai Chi, the...
South Bay Teenager Coaches Kids In Geography
SAN JOSE (KPIX 5) Studies show only one in five American high school seniors are proficient in geography. A South Bay teenager decided to do something about that, and what he's accomplished earned him this week's Jefferson Award. Arvind Sridhar...
Football Clinic Teaches At-Risk Kids To Follow Their Dreams
REDWOOD CITY (KPIX 5) Children with a parent behind bars can face loneliness and pain others can't begin to understand. But this week's Jefferson Award winners give them hope with a special day designed to make them feel special. About 200 boys...
San Jose Teenager Turns Recyclables Into Cash To Help Kids
SAN JOSE (KPIX 5) Most afternoons, Sonali Ranaweera leads some fellow students in an afternoon routine at Del Mar High School in San Jose: collecting bottles and cans that the 16-year-old trades for cash at the recycling center. The work can be...
Alamo Teenager Recycles Tennis Gear So More Kids Can Play
ALAMO (KPIX 5) Every few months, Jack Nielsen gets his parents to help him sort through rackets, shoes, and clothes that accumulate in their garage in Alamo. Nielsen knows that the cost of playing tennis is not always easy to cover for kids and...
Concord Woman Recalls Roots In Career Helping Immigrant Families Adjust
Martha Potts knows what it's like adjusting to a new culture, so she made it her life's calling to help immigrant families in Concord settle into their school community
Bay Area Woman Helping Keep Veterans In New Clothes, Shoes
Three years ago, when she was a volunteer at a reception desk, Laurel Lipsick discovered just how much veterans needed new clothes and shoes.
East Bay Non-Profit Recycles Discarded Crayons For Hospitalized Children
Most colorful crayons handed out at restaurants get used a few times, or in some cases, only once before they are discarded. One Bay Area man is making sure that crayons from all over the country don't just go to waste.
'NERDS' Group Supports Students Striving For STEM Careers
Diana Lizarraga guides more than 100 minority and low income students into STEM careers.
Marin Restaurant Owner Feeds Those In Need
SAN ANSELMO (KPIX 5) A lot of college grads know what they want to do. Heidi Krahling didn't. "I knew what I didn't want to do," she remembered. "I didn't want to work for a big corporation." But she loved to cook and feed people. So she bought...
Oakland Non-Profit Changes Lives With Service And Support
OAKLAND (KPIX 5) Fewer students are truant , kids are reading at a higher level and more parents are taking an active role in their children's education. These positive changes can be attributed to Chris Stoner-Mertz, who has dedicated her life to...
Volunteer Network Has East Bay Kids 'Succeeding By Reading'
OAKLAND (KPIX 5) When an East Bay pastor decided to give up preaching, it wasn't because he was ready to retire. Instead, this week's Jefferson Award winner is helping second graders improve their reading. Randy Roth couldn't believe that 60% of...
Peninsula Teenager Supports Filipino Orphans
SAN MATEO (KPIX 5) Summer vacation has just begun, and a Peninsula teenager could be relaxing, going to summer camp, or taking it easy. Instead, Isabela Acenas is planning a trip overseas, so she can make a difference for others. Acenas visited...
Solar-Powered Filters Provide Clean Water For Remote Villages
SAN CARLOS (KPIX 5) When a Bay Area man saw people in remote villages around the world living without clean drinking water, he knew that had to change. But he had no idea how much support he'd find right here at home. "Just with a little...
Tech Expert Teaches Computer Basics To East Bay Families
OAKLAND (KPIX 5) A nonprofit survey shows about 40% of Oakland public school students have no access to computers or high speed internet at home. So an East Bay man has devoted his life to bringing them up to speed. Domingo Vazquez was once a...
Volunteer Coalition Revives San Jose Waterways
SAN JOSE (KPIX 5) Steve Holmes picked his way across Los Gatos Creek, wearing waders to keep dry. On the far bank, he used a long-handled grabber to pick trash from the waterside plants and drop them quickly into a trash bag he carried in the other...
Kids' Track Meet Celebrates Health And Fitness
OAKLAND (KPIX 5) Thousands of low-income children are learning to live a healthy lifestyle. Some are even pursuing Olympic-sized dreams, thanks to this week's Jefferson Award winner. More than 1,000 kids aged 4 through 18 paraded into UC...
Teenage Volunteers Teach Technology To Senior Citizens
SAN JOSE (KPIX 5) Ying Ying laughed, gesturing at her iPad. "My daughter's boyfriend gave it to me, you know why!" In truth, she already liked the young man. And when it came to Ying Ying learning how to use the iPad, the kids gave it a...
Cancer Survivor Supports Others In The Fight Of Their Lives
SAN JOSE (KPIX 5) About a dozen cancer survivors circled their arms as a qigong instructor quietly called out instructions. Teresa Heger takes the class to relax, as she fights her second bout with breast cancer. "When you're first diagnosed,...
School Volunteer Sparks Kids' Excitement For Tech Learning
SUNNYVALE (KPIX 5) An energetic volunteer has been helping a Sunnyvale school give many of its students their first taste of technology. Pierre Cintra has no children at Lakewood Elementary School in Sunnyvale. But on campus, he's known as a...
Company Donates Profits For The Greater Good
OAKLAND (KPIX 5) Who starts a business intent on giving away the profits? This week's Jefferson Award winners not only started the business, they've been giving away the profits for more than two decades now. Twenty-five years ago, Mike Hannigan...
Newark Program Breaks Through The Silence For Deaf Adults
NEWARK (KPIX 5) Life can be quiet and lonely for people who are deaf. But this week's Jefferson Award winner is opening doors to a brighter, fuller world. Imelda Rivas has seen a transformation in her 25-year-old son, Antonio. "Before, it was,...
Wilderness Education Program Teaches Life Lessons Too
OAKLAND (KPIX 5) Learning to rock climb, kayak, or backpack through the wilderness certainly sounds adventurous, but trips like these can provide some of life's greatest lessons. And that's the goal of this week's Jefferson Award winner: to teach...
No-Kill Cat Shelter Saves Hundreds Of Feline Lives
REDWOOD CITY (KPIX 5) Remember Smurf, the abused purple kitten? He recovered from his injuries and has a new adoptive home because of a Redwood City animal shelter. Its founder is this week's Jefferson Award winner. Smurf was dyed purple and...
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