BART Cracks Down On Fare Evasion, But Not Yet Issuing Citations
BART says it is working hard to tackle fare evasion and other issues impacting its bottom line. Joe Vazquez reports. (2/12/18)
Categories: Local Community News Crime

More Local Community

Mental Illness Propels Woman's Startling Descent Into HomelessnessA woman recently arrested for stabbing two strangers with a pair of scissors illustrates the plight of many of the Bay Area's homeless -- thousands of whom are mentally ill. Joe Vazquez traces the sad journey of Marina Vayner from suburban comfort to life on the streets. (5-18-18)
Special-Needs Riders Endure Slow Service on Paratransit VansImagine what it would feel like to sit in a bus for three-plus hours for a 14-mile ride. Then imagine what it's like for a disabled person. For many, that is a near-daily reality. Juliette Goodrich reports. (5-17-18)
Wounded Veterans Honored at SF BenefitABC correspondent Bob Woodruff's Stand Up for Heroes foundation fundraiser is Thursday night at the Masonic and, earlier in the day, 25 invited veterans were groomed and fed at a luncheon in their honor. John Ramos was there. (5-17-18)
South Bay School Official Spied 'Playing Hooky' During Board MeetingAlum Rock School Board president Esau Herrera said a family issue kept him away from the last monthly meeting but a fellow board member says he saw Herrera leaving the Luis Miguel concerta at SAP Center at that time. Kiet Do reports. (5-17-18)
Oakland Celebrates Outdoor Art with Mural FestivalWhen it comes to art, Oakland has embraced the attitude of "go big or go home." Its wall-size murals downtown have put the city on the street art map. John Ramos reports. (5-14-18)
Taylor Swift Concert Provides Test for Levi's Stadium CurfewThe stage is set for another night of music at Levi's Stadium as Taylor Swift's tour has arrived bringing new concerns about possible curfew violations. Devin Fehely reports. (5-11-18)

News

Bay to Breakers Runners Shrug Off Chill Winds to Stay WeirdTens of thousands of colorfully-outfitted runners, joggers and strollers crossed San Francisco on Sunday for the 107th running of the Bay to Breakers footrace. Anne Makovec reports. (5-20-18)
Raw Video: Bay to Breakers Finish Line at Ocean BeachUnedited video from the finish line on the Great Highway as runners cross the finish line at the 107th running of the Bay to Breakers footrace across San Francisco. (5-20-18)
At Issue: Ranked Choice VotingKPIX 5's Phil Matier asks San Francisco supervisor Aaron Peskin to explain the city's "instant runoff" election system. (5-20-18)

Crime

Mental Illness Propels Woman's Startling Descent Into HomelessnessA woman recently arrested for stabbing two strangers with a pair of scissors illustrates the plight of many of the Bay Area's homeless -- thousands of whom are mentally ill. Joe Vazquez traces the sad journey of Marina Vayner from suburban comfort to life on the streets. (5-18-18)
Texas School Shooting Suspect ConfessesLate Friday night investigators say 17-year-old suspect Dimitrios Pagourtzis, a junior at the school, has confessed and said he didn't shoot students who he liked. Christin Ayers reports. (5-18-18)
Deputy Recovering After Handcuffed Woman Rams Him with Patrol CarA Santa Cruz deputy is recovering after getting hit by a patrol car. The suspect behind the wheel was a woman who had just slipped out of handcuffs. Maria Medina reports. (5-18-18)

More Videos

Watch & Listen LIVE