A newly-released KPIX poll finds that while a majority of residents in San Francisco and San Jose think their communities are fairing pretty well, those who live in Oakland have a negative view of the city in which they reside and its leadership.
Elizabeth Cook has been named co-anchor for the 11pm news on KPIX 5, effective immediately. She will also co-anchor the Monday-through-Friday 5 and 6 p.m. newscasts with Allen Martin, as well as the 10 p.m. news on sister station KBCW (The CW 44/Cable 12) with Ken Bastida.
KPIX-TV will present a live primetime special, “A Super Night on the New Bay Bridge,” on Sunday night immediately following Super Bowl XLVII and a special post-game episode of the CBS hit drama “Elementary.”
CBS 5 sportscasters Dennis O’Donnell and Vern Glenn will be webcasting live Monday through Friday nights from 7:30 to 8 p.m. from the hottest sights in New Orleans on cbsSF.com.
Ben Williams, a retired KPIX-TV staffer who was one of the first African-American television reporters in the nation, has died at the age of 85.
Emmy Award-winning anchor Dana King has announced that she will be leaving CBS 5 as of Friday, Dec. 7 after 15 years with the station and 25 years in television news in order to pursue her art career.
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A photojournalist for CBS 5 San Francisco was beaten and robbed of his camera by a group of young men in Oakland following a live newscast report Wednesday.
The effects of President Barack Obama’s falter in the first debate with Mitt Romney are not just being felt in battleground states, according to KPIX-TV CBS 5′s latest tracking poll of California which shows Romney slicing eight points off Obama’s lead.