Talking Politics: Gov. Brown's Climate Cred; Teflon TrumpPhil Matier, Melissa Griffin Caen and Willie Brown discuss Gov. Jerry Brown's emphasis on reduced carbon emissions and how Donald Trump's campaign manages to defy conventional wisdom. (11-29-15)
Newsmaker Interview: State Sen. Jerry HillPhil Matier spoke with state senator Jerry Hill (D-San Mateo) about changes to state tour bus inspections. (11-29-15)
Newsmaker Interview: S.F. Public Defender Jeff AdachiPhil Matier discusses the use of police body cameras with San Francisco's public defender Jeff Adachi. (11-29-15)
EBMUD Crews Work To Fix Broken Water Main in LafayetteCrews with the East Bay Municipal Utility District were still working Saturday evening to dig up a 15-foot segment of 66-year-old cast iron pipe in Lafayette after it ruptured Friday afternoon, leaving dozens of customers without water. Mark Kelly reports. (11-28-15)
Saturday Night Forecast With Brian HackneyFreeze warning tonight.
New Stanford Procedure Uses Balloons To Help People Lose WeightStanford doctors have come up with a new way for patients to lose weight using a pair of balloons. Juliette Goodrich explains.
Manhunt For Boyfriend Who Allegedly Stabbed San Mateo Woman To DeathSan Mateo police evacuated an urgent care clinic where they thought a dangerous murder suspect in a domestic violence dispute was hiding on Saturday.
Who's Killing The Great Victorians of San Francisco?Welcome to the architectural equivalent of a mullet -- historic Victorian facade with a thoroughly modernized interior. It's easy enough for owners of San Francisco's famed 19th century gems to do whatever they want inside their residences because -- as far as the city is concerned, only the exteriors get historic protection and preservation. Andria Borba reports. (11-27-15)
Major Water Main Break Leaves 35 Customers In Lafayette Without ServiceEast Bay Municipal Utility District customers in Lafayette were without water Friday evening after a 16-inch water main broke. Andria Borba reports. (11-27-15)
Toy Sales Boom, Buoyed By Demand For All Things Star WarsRetailers expect this to be the best year for toy sales in a decade and leading the pack are Star Wars-theme items. Sharon Chin reports. (11-27-15)
Feds Conduct Stings To Nab Peddlers Of Counterfeit Sports ApparelImmigration and customs enforcement has been conducting stings around the Bay Area looking for counterfeit goods. Kiet Do reports from one of those raids in Cupertino. (11-27-15)
Spurning Shopping Frenzy, Bay Area Hikers Exult In 'Green Friday'Emily Turner caught up with some people who said no to retail this Black Friday and yes to a splendid day far from the madding crowd. (11-27-15)
Minks Move In To San Joaquin DeltaKPIX 5's Don Ford learned that wildlife experts are suprised to find that wild American minks have begun hanging out in the Delta. (11-27-15)
San Jose Program Pays Homeless To Clean StreetsA new initiative in San Jose is cleaning up streets and freeway ramps while also helping the homeless get back on their feet. Len Ramirez reports. (11-27-15)