Coulter Vows To Speak At Cal April 27 After School Proposes Alternate Date
UC Chancellor Nicholas B. Dirks proposed a May 2 date for conservative author Ann Coulter, reversing a decision from a day earlier when officials canceled the event. Coulter said on Twitter she'd speak on Apr. 27. Christin Ayers reports. (4-20-17)

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Pet of the Week: Find Princess Buttercup a New HomeMaria Conlon, from Give Me Shelter Cat Rescue, brought Princess Buttercup to KPIX studios. Adoption info at: givemesheltersf.org (6-24-17)
Saturday Pinpoint ForecastSaturday by the bay: patchy fog in the morning, highs in the upper 50s to the mid 60s. Southwest winds between 10 and 20 mph. Evening: partly cloudy becoming mostly cloudy. Patchy fog possible after midnight. (6-24-17)
Investigating The 60-Year-Old Mystery Of SF-To-Hawaii Airliner That DisappearedIn November, 1957, Pan Am Flight 7 disappeared with 44 people on board and two retired Bay Area men are trying to find out why. Sharon Chin reports. (6-23-17)
Red Tape Threatens Long Delay For South Bay Flood Control ProjectKPIX 5's Maria Medina reports from Milpitas, where homeowners are frustrated by a stalled flood-control project. (6-23-17)
Oakland Faces Shortage of Emergency Dispatchers Despite Funding to Hire ThemEven though the City of Oakland has budgeted for 74 dispatchers there are only 46 on staff handling more than a half million calls per year. Christin Ayers reports. (6-23-17)
Raw Video: Pride Weekend Begins With Trans March at SF Dolores ParkHundreds gathered for the annual Trans March at Dolores Park in San Francisco's Mission District on Friday as Pride weekend celebrations got underway. (6-23-17)

Education

Woman Pushes Through Homelessness To Graduate From Cal State East BayBrenda Brown was laid off during the financial crisis of '08 then spent two fruitless years seeking work before deciding to go back to school. As a college student in her fifties, Brenda eventually wound up homeless, living in her car near campus. Luckily she found a program called HOPE. John Ramos reports. (6-9-17)
Needle Scare At East Bay Elementary SchoolIt's not something parents could have warned their children about: a boy went around poking classmates with a used medical needle at Cabrillo Elementary in Fremont. Devin Fehely reports. (6-8-17)
Young Chefs From Oakland Compete In National 'Cooking Up Change' Competition In D.C.Jaye Poindexter, her teacher, David Isenberg, and co-chef Jimmy Saliphan from the culinary arts program at Ralph Bunche Academy in Oakland are heading to D.C. for the National Cooking Up Change competition. Jaye and David share a winning recipe with Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi.

News

Investigating The 60-Year-Old Mystery Of SF-To-Hawaii Airliner That DisappearedIn November, 1957, Pan Am Flight 7 disappeared with 44 people on board and two retired Bay Area men are trying to find out why. Sharon Chin reports. (6-23-17)
Red Tape Threatens Long Delay For South Bay Flood Control ProjectKPIX 5's Maria Medina reports from Milpitas, where homeowners are frustrated by a stalled flood-control project. (6-23-17)
Oakland Faces Shortage of Emergency Dispatchers Despite Funding to Hire ThemEven though the City of Oakland has budgeted for 74 dispatchers there are only 46 on staff handling more than a half million calls per year. Christin Ayers reports. (6-23-17)

Celebrity/Gossip

Stanford Grad Racer Says NASCAR In Sonoma Like HomecomingJulia Landauer tells Emily Turner she's hoping for a win in Sonoma, a road track that feels like home to her. (6-23-17)
NASCAR Favorite Dale Earnhardt Jr. Readies for Final Race at SonomaTens of thousands of NASCAR fans will be at the Sonoma Raceway this weekend. Most are excited to cheer on one of the biggest names in the sport, Dale Earnhardt Jr. Emily Turner reports. (6-23-17)
Bay Area DJ Survives Heart Attack with Stranger's HelpPaul Tonelli, host of the popular Lamont & Tonelli Show on 107.7 The Bone, owes his life to a CPR-trained, quick-acting woman at his gym.. Da Lin reports. (6-22-17)

Local News

Investigating The 60-Year-Old Mystery Of SF-To-Hawaii Airliner That DisappearedIn November, 1957, Pan Am Flight 7 disappeared with 44 people on board and two retired Bay Area men are trying to find out why. Sharon Chin reports. (6-23-17)
Red Tape Threatens Long Delay For South Bay Flood Control ProjectKPIX 5's Maria Medina reports from Milpitas, where homeowners are frustrated by a stalled flood-control project. (6-23-17)
Oakland Faces Shortage of Emergency Dispatchers Despite Funding to Hire ThemEven though the City of Oakland has budgeted for 74 dispatchers there are only 46 on staff handling more than a half million calls per year. Christin Ayers reports. (6-23-17)

Politics

Pride and Protest: Politics Likely to Be Front and Center at Pride FestivitiesHundreds of thousands are expected to attend SF Pride celebrations this weekend and you can expect extra security -- along with plenty of protests. Melissa Caen reports from the Castro. (6-23-17)
PELOSI UNDER FIRE: Rep. Nancy Pelosi confident of her caucus' supportRep. Nancy Pelosi confident of her caucus' support
Milpitas Landlord Evicts Everyone To Build Market Rate HousingThe owners of the Sunnyhills Apartments in Milpitas looks to evict all 171 families to build more than 200 townhomes for market rate housing. In response, city officials look at sweeping changes to the city's eviction laws. Kiet Do reports. (6/20/17)

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