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Black Friday In-Store Sales Fall As More Shoppers Buy Online - Sales at retail stores on Black Friday fell to $10.4 billion this year, down from $11.6 billion in 2014, according to preliminary figures from research firm ShopperTrak.
Burglary Suspect Stuck In Chimney Dies After Homeowner Lights Fire - Authorities say a suspected burglar has died after getting stuck in a chimney in Central California.
Freeze, Frost Warning Issued For Bay Area Impacts People, Animals Outdoors - A freeze warning will go into effect at 11 p.m. Saturday night for inland valleys and mountains of the Bay Area. People and animals outside may suffer.
Manhunt For Boyfriend Who Allegedly Stabbed San Mateo Woman To Death - San Mateo police evacuated and searched an urgent care clinic where they thought the suspect in a deadly domestic violence dispute was hiding on Saturday.
San Leandro Woman Found Dead Inside Burning Car - Police discovered the dead body of a San Leandro woman inside a burning car parked in Oakland, Friday night.
EBMUD Works To Restore Service After 66-Year-Old Water Main Breaks In Lafayette - EBMUD crews worked to dig up a 15-foot segment of a 66-year-old cast iron pipe in Lafayette after it ruptured Friday afternoon, leaving dozens of customers without water.
Sad Ending For Stranded Baby Dolphin Found Off Monterey County Coast - It was a sad ending to the effort to save a baby dolphin found off the Monterey County coast.
Newly-Discovered Faults Delay Seismic Retrofit of Anderson Reservoir in Santa Clara County - The discovery of new faults near one of the Bay Area's largest dams has pushed back plans for a seismic retrofit to early 2018.
SF Police Mystified By Spiked Baseball Bats Found Chained To Poles Around City - San Francisco police are asking for help leading to those chaining up spiked baseball bats to poles throughout the city.
Fault Threatening Diablo Canyon Nuclear Plant Possibly Linked To 2nd, Larger Fault - The Hosgri fault has long been considered the greatest seismic threat to Diablo Canyon nuclear plant; scientists think Hosgri may be linked to a longer, more dangerous fault to the north.
State’s Nuclear Power Industry On Brink Of Extinction As PG&E Mulls Shutting Diablo Canyon - Facing increasing concerns over earthquakes, a boom in alternative energy production and a tough regulatory environment, PG&E may let its license to operate California's last nuclear power plant at Diablo Canyon expire in 2025.
Black Ice Suspected Cause Of Multi-Vehicle I-280 Crash In Hillsborough - The CHP shut down northbound lanes of Interstate Highway 280 near the scene of a crash in Hillsborough Saturday morning.
Broken Water Main In Lafayette Floods Residential Streets - Thirty-five homes in Lafayette were left without water after a 16-inch water main broke Friday afternoon.
Formerly Obese Still Plagued By Loose Skin As Insurers Look Away - She exercised, dieted and lost 150 pounds. Now a woman is fighting to get rid of something else -- the folds of loose skin that hang from her body.
Deputies Seek 2 Suspects In North Richmond Thanksgiving Homicide - Two men are wanted in connection with a homicide at a North Richmond home Thursday evening, Contra Costa County sheriff’s officials said Friday.
Body Found Near San Jose Creek Investigated As A Suspicious Death - A body found near a creek in San Jose Friday morning is being investigated as a suspicious death, a police spokesman said.
CHP Rescues Loose Pig Along Highway 12 In Sonoma County - A California Highway Patrol officer rescued a wayward farm animal wandering along state Highway 12 near Santa Rosa Friday morning.
California Again Running Out Of Green Carpool Stickers For Plug-In Hybrids - For the second time this year, state officials announced that they are running low on the number of green HOV stickers that allow drivers of plug-in hybrids to use the carpool lane solo.
3 Killed, 9 Wounded In Attack At Planned Parenthood - An alleged gunman surrendered to police Friday, five hours after he opened fire at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs.
California Lawmaker Wants Big Retailers To Pay Workers Double On Thanksgiving - A California lawmaker is pushing legislation that she said would protect workers on Thanksgiving.
Man Dies From Fiery Crash On I-680 In Alamo - A man died early Friday morning when his vehicle crashed and caught on fire near Interstate Highway 680 in unincorporated Contra Costa County, according to the California Highway Patrol.
1 Dead, 3 Hospitalized After Driver Loses Control On I-580 In Oakland - One person died early Friday morning on Interstate 580 in Oakland, after a vehicle they were in went off the roadway and into an embankment.
2 Fires Break Out Within 6-Hour Span At Berkeley Restaurant - Firefighters responded to two fires at a restaurant within a six-hour span early Friday morning near the University of California at Berkeley, a fire official said.
Spiked Baseball Bats Placed Around San Francisco On Thanksgiving - Police are investigating why a set of baseball bats were chained to telephone poles around San Francisco on Thanksgiving Day, police said.
1 Found Dead In North Richmond Home After Reported Disturbance - The Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office responded to a homicide in North Richmond Thursday evening.
Firefighters Quell 2-Alarm Blaze At Furniture Warehouse In Concord - A two-alarm fire in a Concord office furniture store has been brought under control without injuries, a Contra Costa Fire Protection District spokesman said.
Central Valley Farm Recalls Diced Onion And Celery Linked To E. Coli Outbreak - A Tracy farm is recalling packages of diced onion and celery after the blend was linked to an outbreak of E. coli that has sickened at least 19 people in seven states.
Nevada Researchers Trying To Turn Roadside Weed Into Biofuel - Scientists who've been cultivating gumweed on the University of Nevada campus think they are on the verge of producing diesel fuel, and perhaps someday jet fuel, from a sticky cousin of the sunflower that grows across much of Nevada's high desert.
Man Fires Warning Shot At Fremont Gas Station To Detain Alleged Bike Thieves - In order to get the attention of juveniles who allegedly stole bicycles from him on Tuesday, a man fired a gun into the air at a Fremont gas station.
Good Samaritan Bike Messenger Aids In SF Street Corner Birth - On a day of thanks, a story emerged Thursday of an unidentified bike messenger whose quick actions may have saved a newborn moments after its birth on a San Francisco street.
San Francisco Parking Garage Gunman Remains At Large - A suspect remained at large Thursday after a shooting in a crowded downtown San Francisco parking garage.
Cal, Stanford On Malia Obama’s College List - Michelle Obama's message for high school seniors fretting about their college prospects is simple. Do your research. Visit college campuses. Sit in on classes.
A Look At The Hot Toys For This Year - Which toys will warm the hearts of parents and kids for the holiday 2015 shopping season?
Alaska Airlines Admits San Jose Airport Workers Played Games With Luggage - As many people travel to be with loved ones for Thanksgiving, workers at Mineta San Jose International Airport appeared to have been playing a game, tossing baggage like bean bags.
El Niño About To Be Felt In California: Four Things To Remember - After more than a year of predictions, measurements, and comparisons, the impact of the strongest El Niño on record is about to be felt in California. Before it arrives, there are a few points to remember when it comes.
San Jose Nonprofit Gets Enough Turkeys For Thanksgiving Food Boxes - Sacred Heart Community Service in San Jose reached its goal Wednesday of providing 4,200 turkeys to supply their Thanksgiving food boxes for low-income families.
Person Shot Inside San Francisco SoMa Parking Garage - A man has been hospitalized after he was shot inside a parking garage in San Francisco's South of Market Wednesday evening.
Protesters Seeking To Drop Charges Against ‘Black Friday 14’ Arrested - Fourteen demonstrators were arrested Wednesday for refusing to leave the Alameda County Courthouse. They were calling on the DA to drop charges against the “Black Friday 14” protesters who crippled BART service on the last Black Friday.
Shooter Opens Fire On 2 Women, Child Inside Car On I-80 Berkeley - Police are investigating an alarming number of shootings along the I-80 corridor in Berkeley this month, and wondering if they were all the work of the same shooter.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer Running Out Of Time To Turn Things Around - Like her predecessors as Yahoo CEO, Marissa Mayer has been unable to snap the company out of a financial funk despite spending billions on acquisitions and new projects.
Man Wanted In Killing Of Watsonville Toddler Arrested in Mexico - A man wanted for his alleged participation in a shooting that killed a 4-year-old Watsonville girl has been arrested in Mexico by the FBI working in conjunction with Mexican law enforcement officials, federal authorities announced Wednesday.
California Demands Fixes For 16,000 More VW Cars - California air quality regulators are demanding fixes for up to 16,000 additional Volkswagen, Audi and Porsche diesels as the Volkswagen Group emissions scandal widens.
UN Weather Agency: It’s Record Hot Out There This Year - Because of man-made global warming and a strong El Nino, Earth's wild weather this year is bursting the annual heat record, the World Meteorological Organization announced on Wednesday.
Don’t Forget To Bring The Thanksgiving Jello! - Every holiday has them. Those unique dishes that you can't imagine anyone would ever eat. This year's oddest recipe has got to be 'Thanksgiving Jello.'
Thousands Hit The Road On Thanksgiving Getaway Day - The Thanksgiving getaway rush has begun as thousands of Bay Area residents took the roadways and airways Wednesday on their annual treks to visit family and friends for the holiday.
Scammer Selling Fake Armani Leather Jackets Tries To Dupe Campbell Shopper - Campbell police were warning the public of a designer jacket scam that one shopper almost gave in.
Owens, Craig Among Semifinalists For NFL Hall Of Fame Nominations - Brett Favre, Terrell Owens and Alan Faneca are semifinalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame in their first year of eligibility.
TV Buying Guide: Get Out Tape Measure Before Shopping - If you're shopping for a TV, get out a tape measure and do some quick calculations before you head to the store. And count the number of gadgets you'll want to connect to your screen.
E. Coli Tied To Costco More Dangerous Than Chipotle Outbreak - The strain of E. coli linked to Costco chicken salad that sickened 19 people in seven states is more likely to be life-threatening than a recent outbreak that closed some Chipotle restaurants in the Northwest.
Storm Brings Snow, Ice To I-80 Donner Pass, Chains Required - Tow trucks and chains were in heavy demand on Donner Pass as travelers heading to Lake Tahoe got caught in the latest Sierra storm.
Solano Co. Issues Vital Records On Paper Again Now That Shortage Is Over - The Solano County Assessor/Recorder's Office announced on Tuesday that it has resumed regular issuing of birth, death and marriage certificates to the public after a paper shortage.
3 Suspected Gang Members Arrested After Allegedly Breaking Into Home Looking For Pot - A trio of suspected gang members has been arrested in connection with an attempted robbery last week at a Santa Rosa residence where they believed marijuana was being grown
Exclusive: Tour Bus That Crashed Near Union Square Was Part Of Troubled Fleet - KPIX 5 has learned the tour bus that crashed near Union Square on November 13th came from a fleet with a troubled history of problems with brakes and hydraulic systems.
Four Arrested For Triggering 50-Million Gallon Fremont Water Spill - Four men have been arrested for allegedly slashing an inflatable dam in Fremont earlier this year, letting 50 million gallons of water rush down Alameda Creek, Fremont police said Tuesday.
ICE Agent’s Stolen Gun Used In Killing Of Oakland Muralist, Source Says - A gun used to kill an Oakland mural artist in September was stolen from an Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent, a law enforcement source told KPIX 5.
16-0: Warriors Rout Lakers, Set NBA Record For Best Start - The defending champion Golden State Warriors set the record for best start in NBA history at 16-0, as Stephen Curry had 24 points and nine assists in a 111-77 rout of the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday night.