North Bay Diner Owner Fights Prejudice with Good Grub
Leslie Burnside, who owns Theresa and Johnny's restaurant in San Rafael, decided to donate all the money from a very busy Saturday to the Southern Poverty Law Center in response to last week's turmoil in Charlottesville. Devin Fehely reports. (8-20-17)

More Local News

Tech Investor Ellen Pao's New Book Takes On Silicon Valley Sexism'Reset' is about not only her famous lawsuit but about racism and gender discrimination in the workplace. Kiet Do reports. (9/19/17)
San Francisco Supervisors Want To Rename Justin Herman PlazaChanges could be coming to a San Francisco landmark. Jackie Ward reports. (9/19/17)
Group Protests A's Selection Of Laney College Site For New StadiumJohn Ramos reports on Laney College staff and area Chinatown residents concerned over what a new A's stadium could mean (9-19-2017)
Silicon Valley CEO Says Skip The Bay Bridge, Consider Taking A Flying MotorcycleFlying motorcycles are almost here, says a Silicon Valley CEO. Devin Fehely reports. (9/19/17)
San Jose Business District Take New Tactic Addressing Problem Homeless MenLen Ramirez reports on San Jose businesses distributing fliers to make locals aware of homeless men causing trouble (9-18-2017)
SJ Chipotle Worker Sues For Sexual HarassmentA male employee at a San Jose Chipotle claims he was harassed and groped by his female manager and subjected to a sex "score board" she posted in her office. Maria Medina has details of the case.

News

Tech Investor Ellen Pao's New Book Takes On Silicon Valley Sexism'Reset' is about not only her famous lawsuit but about racism and gender discrimination in the workplace. Kiet Do reports. (9/19/17)
San Francisco Supervisors Want To Rename Justin Herman PlazaChanges could be coming to a San Francisco landmark. Jackie Ward reports. (9/19/17)
Scores Killed In 7.1 Mexico Earthquake On Anniversary Of 1985 Quake DisasterA powerful earthquake has shaken central Mexico, killing scores of people and collapsing buildings on the anniversary of a devastating 1985 quake. (9/19/17)

Dining Out

Museum of Ice Cream Comes to San FranciscoThe Bay Area is in for a treat -- the Museum of Ice Cream is coming to the city and it's a delicious site to see. Betty Yu reports. (9-14-17)
South Bay Gasps for Relief as Second Day of Triple-Digit Temps LoomsDespite excessive heat warnings a lot of people in San Jose gathered outdoors on Friday night looking for mutual support -- with ice cream. Maria Medina reports. (9-1-17)
Philz Coffee Opens in Walnut Creek as Plans Percolate for Nationwide ExpansionPhilz Coffee started small in San Francisco's Mission District but the burgeoning boutique beanery is brewing up big expansion plans. Betty Yu reports. (8-24-17)

KPIXTV

Tech Investor Ellen Pao's New Book Takes On Silicon Valley Sexism'Reset' is about not only her famous lawsuit but about racism and gender discrimination in the workplace. Kiet Do reports. (9/19/17)
San Francisco Supervisors Want To Rename Justin Herman PlazaChanges could be coming to a San Francisco landmark. Jackie Ward reports. (9/19/17)
Scores Killed In 7.1 Mexico Earthquake On Anniversary Of 1985 Quake DisasterA powerful earthquake has shaken central Mexico, killing scores of people and collapsing buildings on the anniversary of a devastating 1985 quake. (9/19/17)

More Videos

Categories

News
Weather
Sports
Politics
Health
Entertainment

Stations

SanFrancisco KPIX TV5

More From CBS San Francisco

Get The New CBS SF Bay Area Local App
Got Our Weather App?
LIVE: Monday through Friday from 3am – 3pm PST

Watch & Listen LIVE