The KPIX 5 news team aired a special 1-hour noon newscast from the field at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara on Sunday.
For the first time, California has penalized an oil company over illegal fracking activity after the discovery of a video showing wrongful dumping of the fracking discharge.
A Northern California laboratory is providing crucial evidence in murder investigations using DNA extracted from the pets of crime victims.
VIDEO: KPIX 5’s Allen Martin got a rare look inside the famous schoolhouse
After spending 16 years in congress, along with stints as director of the Office of Management and Budget, White House Chief of Staff, CIA Director, and – most recently – Secretary of Defense, Leon Panetta says it has been “a hell of a ride, as they say, for the son of Italian immigrants.”
Martha Wash was a guest on CBS 5’s Bay Sunday to talk about her Lifetime Achievement Award and her many fundraising efforts in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
The Colorado movie massacre could mean major changes for gun owners in California. State Senator Leland Yee, D-San Francisco, who introduced a gun control bill after watching a CBS 5 investigation, is about to make that bill much tougher.
A newly released independent movie is making headlines and the buzz is not due to star power or studio cash.
Video games may not be regarded as by the general public as art, but that view may be about to change. The National Endowment for the Arts announced that it will make funding available for the creation of video games beginning next year.
Jeremy Sowers’ barbecue business is thriving thanks to a special recipe, hard work, and a type of loan more common in developing countries than here in the U.S.