At several points this season the NFL was forced to confront issues of domestic violence, now the effort to stop such crimes will be featured during the biggest event of the year, the Super Bowl.
Officials in Richmond are making a new push to stop trains carrying cargo that they say is a disaster waiting to happen.
A dramatic showdown at a rail yard in Richmond on Thursday as protesters locked themselves to a gate to disrupt operations at the facility.
The KPIX 5 news team aired a special 1-hour noon newscast from the field at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara on Sunday.
Vandals cranked open a main water valve and knocked over sprinkler heads on the baseball field at the College of Alameda sometime over the weekend, resulting in about 100,000 gallons of water wasted.
Two weeks ago, KPIX 5 discovered trains carrying explosive fracked crude oil have been rolling into the Bay Area under everyone’s radar. On Thursday, four environmental groups have filed a lawsuit over it, calling the crude by rail terminal illegal.
After KPIX 5 uncovered trains carrying fracked oil are rolling into the Bay Area, state officials are worried that they are not prepared enough if something goes wrong.
Bay Area residents have made it clear that they don’t want trains carrying fracked oil here. But KPIX 5 discovered it’s already happening, in an operation so hush hush that even the state’s energy commission didn’t know about it.
Residents of Bay Area refinery towns have been fighting to keep the trains out. Now KPIX 5 has learned that many more local communities may also be at risk.
A woman who lived through one of the deadliest train derailments ever hopes her experience serves as a wake-up call about allowing highly-volatile fracked crude oil to be transported by rail – as has been proposed in the Bay Area.