Bay Area Man Looks Forward To Driving 1936 Ford On New Bay Bridge
Bay Area Man Looks Forward To Driving 1936 Ford On New Bay Bridge
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Super Bowl's Greatest Halftime ShowsTechnicians have begun installing additional security cameras to cover the interiors of all 669 BART train cars at an estimated cost of $1.4 million. Christin Ayers reports. (2-5-16)
Fireworks Light Up The Sky Over Super Bowl CityOn a crystal clear evening Friday, with the Bay Bridge lights aglow, fans packed in to Super Bowl City were treated to a spectacular fireworks show on the San Francisco waterfront. (2-5-16)
Countdown to Gold: CBS Sports Gears Up To Cover Super Bowl 50KPIX 5's Mike Sugerman caught up with the CBS Sports control room crew to find out how that team manages to stay on top of the action at the year's biggest sports event. (2-5-16)
Countdown to Gold: Silicon Valley Startups Pitch Ideas To NFLThe NFL is holding a competition at Stanford on Saturday where select teams will pitch business ideas to improve pro football. Kiet Do reports. (2-5-16)
Snack Bowl: Roberta Gonzales' Gridiron GuacamoleWhen Roberta Gonzales isn't tracking the weather she's cooking up some great snacks in the kitchen. She reveals her "Gridiron Guac" recipe for the Super Bowl. (2-5-16)
Golden Giving: Getting Kids to Fall in Love with ReadingThe Super Bowl 50 host committee has awarded millions of dollars in grant money to Bay Area nonprofits. Sharon Chin takes a look at one of them: Sonoma Valley Education foundation, a non-profit that funds literacy programs for public schools. (2-5-16)
Countdown to Gold: A Super Fan's Wish Comes TrueAthletes often talk about overcoming long odds and fighting through obstacles. Broncos fan Matt Vega knows something about that. Diagnosed with bone cancer, Matt made a wish: to see his team in the Super Bowl and now it's about to come true. (2-5-16)
Countdown to Gold: Super Bowl Celebrity SightingsCelebrities ranging from actor Jamie Foxx to Oscar-winner Cuba Gooding Jr. to actor and comedian Larry the Cable Guy could be seen doing on-air interviews at Moscone Center on Friday and KPIX's Joe Vazquez got a little star-struck by fabled Jets quarterback Joe Namath. (2-5-16)

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