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.
Eclipse Watchers Warned To Expect Heavy TrafficTransportation officials in Oregon and Washington have a message for the region's drivers: However bad you think traffic is going to be during next week's total solar eclipse, it's probably going to be worse than you imagine.
Google, UC Berkeley Team Up With Eclipse Photographers For 'Megamovie'The University of California, Berkeley, working with Google, has amassed an army of a thousand volunteer citizen photographers to capture an historic solar eclipse.
Amtrak Solar Eclipse Train Sells Out In Just 22 HoursAmtrak says a special train ride taking passengers along the route of the Aug. 21 solar eclipse sold out in less than a day.
Perseid Meteor Shower 'Warm-Up Act' For Total Solar EclipseConsider this weekend's Perseid meteor shower an opening act for the total solar eclipse on Aug. 21.
Krispy Kreme Marks Eclipse With Chocolate Glazed DoughnutsKrispy Kreme is going dark ahead of the solar eclipse set to cast a shadow across part of the U.S. this month.
Many States Preparing For Historic Eclipse Like A Natural DisasterWhile millions of people are getting ready to watch the Aug. 21 eclipse, local authorities are the treating the event more like a natural disaster and are preparing for the worst.
Rural Eclipse Crowds Could Overwhelm Cellphone TowersWith thousands of skygazers expected to flock to rural areas of the West Coast to watch the solar eclipse on Aug. 21st, phone companies warned Monday that cell service may be tough to find.
Rare Cosmic Show About To Make West Coast DebutIt's a once in a lifetime opportunity and millions of Americans are about to take advantage of it.
NASA Issues Warning About Unsafe Eclipse GlassesAnticipation for Aug. 21 solar eclipse continued to mount Friday, but NASA issued a warning to skygazers about companies that may be selling glasses that are not safe to use to view the event.
Californians Asked To Reduce Energy Use During August Solar EclipseCalEclipse.org offers tips on how residents can reduce electricity usage during the eclipse and year-round.
Southwest Airlines Selling Seats With Great Views Of Total Solar EclipseSouthwest Airlines has begun advertising some flights on Aug. 21 for the expected view of the total solar eclipse.
Solar Eclipse Will Impact State Power GridOperators of California's utility power grid have been preparing for August's total solar eclipse for months.
NASA Safety Tips For Viewing Solar EclipseWith more than 300 million people in the United States having a chance to view the historic Aug. 21 total solar eclipse, NASA has issued some tips on how to enjoy the event safely.
Kansas Business Gears Up For Eclipse RushOn August 21st, northeast Kansas will go dark for just over 2 minutes.
Salem Suspends Short-Term Rental Ban For EclipseThe upcoming total solar eclipse continues to have unforeseen impact on cities in and around the path of totality.
Where Will You Be During The Total Solar Eclipse On August 21?In less than a month, the sun will disappear from the sky for millions of Americans, during what promises to be a once-in-a-lifetime total solar eclipse on August 21, 2017.
Total Solar Eclipse 1st In 99 Years To Sweep Width Of U.S.This August, the U.S. will experience its first coast-to-coast total solar eclipse in 99 years.
Oregon Opens 1,000 More Campsites For Summer Solar EclipseState park officials say they are opening 1,000 more campsites for people coming to watch the summer solar eclipse from Oregon.
West Coast Sky Watchers Suss Out Sites To See Summer Solar EclipseThis summer, a total solar eclipse will sweep across the U.S. and hordes of astronomy buffs have already booked lodging in central Oregon, where the viewing may be ideal.

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