KPIX Saturday Morning News WrapOvernight headlines and developing news plus a quick glance at sports with Devin Fehely, Neda Iranpour and Andrea Nakano. (9-23-17)
Saturday Morning Pinpoint ForecastSaturday by the bay: sunny with highs in the 60s to mid 70s. West winds could reach 20 mph in the afternoon. Evening: clear with lows in the lower to mid 50s. West winds between 10 and 20 mph. (9-23-17)
Bay Area Woman Set to Swim from Alcatraz for 1000th TimeSwimmer Kristine Buckley plans to swim from Alcatraz to San Francisco for the 1,000th time on Saturday. When she does, she will be the first woman to achieve that milestone. Joe Vazquez reports. (9-22-17)
San Jose Duo Allegedly Directed Mentally-Disabled Teen To Rob Asian WomenSan Jose police said they have arrested three suspects in a series of brazen snatch-and-grab jewelry robberies, which targeted Asian women walking in parking lots in San Jose. Maria Medina reports. (9-22-17)
Orange County Beach To Add Early Warning Shark DetectionAn early-warning system already exists for sharks and it is coming to the Southern California community of Corona del Mar. Michele Gile reports. (9-22-17)
New 'Transformers' Movie Wraps Location Filming in Santa CruzThe new Transformers movie "Bumblebee" won't land in theaters until next year but the city of Santa Cruz and some of its most famous landmarks are indeed ready for their closeups. Devin Fehely reports. (9-22-17)

Technology & Computing

Silicon Valley Boom Slows Slightly But No Bust In SightBloomberg News published a report that says Silicon Valley has hit its peak and is now fading. KPIX 5's Mark Sayre talked to some local economic experts who said they're not seeing it. (9-22-17)
Mexico Far Ahead Of California With Earthquake Early-Warning SystemMexico's quake-warning system may have saved lives but, in California, rollout of a similar system is still years away. Len Ramirez reports. (9-21-17)
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)

Financial News

Smoke Billows From Russian Consulate In San FranciscoThe consulate on Green Street in the city's Pacific Heights neighborhood is in the process of being shut down on orders of the Trump administration and, on Friday, smoke was seen billowing from the rooftop chimney. Andria Borba reports. (9-1-17)
San Francisco's Anchor Brewing Company Acquired By SapporoAnchor Brewing company, where modern craft beer brewing originated, has been acquired by Japanese brewer Sapporo Holdings Limited. Wilson Walker reports. (8-3-17)
Coastside Camera Captures Glowing SurfA mysterious glow off the San Mateo coast photographed by a De Anza College student may be linked to a warming ocean. Sharon Chin reports. (7-29-17)

Consumer News

Card Controls Let You Control Credit Card Security With Your CellphoneA Bay Area company says the key to keeping hackers away from your credit card information may be your cellphone. Kiet Do reports. (9/20/17)
Car Dealers See Big Benefits From Hiring More SaleswomenThe largest car dealership group in the country is working on hiring more women realizing that, if they don't, they'll lose profits. Maria Medina reports. (9-15-17)
CA Lawmaker, ASPCA Team Up To Stop Practice Of Pet LeasingThe ASPCA and California Assemblywoman Anna Caballero have introduced a bill that would make all pet leasing contracts null and void. Consumerwatch reporter tells us more.

Cell Phones

Card Controls Let You Control Credit Card Security With Your CellphoneA Bay Area company says the key to keeping hackers away from your credit card information may be your cellphone. Kiet Do reports. (9/20/17)
Apple Expected To Unveil An iPhone X With $1,000 Price TagApple will open the spaceship campus for some big announcements and possibly an expensive new iphone. Sharon Chin reports. (9/11/17)
Samsung Shows Of Features Of New Galaxy Note8 PhoneJulie Watts reports on Samsung looking to bounce back with new Galaxy Note8 phone (8-23-2017)


Google Hit By Discrimination LawsuitA new lawsuit accuses Google of discriminating against female employees with lower pay and fewer opportunities to move up the ranks. Devin Fehely reports. (9-14-17)
Concord Is Competing To Be Amazon's Second HeadquartersThe city of Concord announced it is competing for Amazon's second headquarters. John Ramos reports. (9/12/17)
Man's DIY Kludge Spreads Internet Access Across Coastal Marin VillageBrandt Kuykendall moved to Dillon Beach, in Marin County, to get away from it all. Then his daughter said she needed Internet access for school. Now Brandt is a one-man ISP. John Ramos reports. (9-7-17)

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