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Cars Collide With Runaway Bull In The East Bay
A runaway bull caused a six-car pileup in the East Bay Monday night.
16 People Report Pain After Girl Uses Pepper-Spray Inside San Francisco Mall
At least 16 people complained of some kind pain due to being pepper-sprayed at Stonestown Galleria.
Photos: Pop-Country Act The Band Perry Plays Intimate Show
Hugely popular country group The Band Perry played an intimate show at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco Wednesday night.
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Warriors' Push To Stop Counterfeit Tickets Gives Family A Night To Remember
The Golden State Warriors turned a nightmare for one Georgia family into a dream come true on Sunday night at Oracle Arena.
Thompson's Second Half Sparks Warriors Past Grizzlies
The Warriors extended their lead to 2 ½ games over the San Antonio Spurs in the race for the top spot in the West.
Raiders Relocation Deja Vu For Jim Plunkett
Raiders two-time Super Bowl Champion Jim Plunkett expressed sadness following the NFL vote in Phoenix that approved the Raiders relocation to Las Vegas.
Emotional Wave Sweeps Over Raiders Derek Carr
Like many of his teammates, Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr was anxiously awaiting the NFL owners vote Monday on his team's possible relocation to Las Vegas.
Foodie Chap With Chef Antelmo Faria, Founder of Uma Casa
Liam and Chef Telmo met at Uma Casa in his neighborhood, Noe Valley in San Francisco where Telmo shared his story...
Thomas Keller Shows Off His Sleek New French Laundry Remodel
On a sunny morning in Napa Valley, America's most celebrated chef is reflecting on his career, the culinary empire it spawned and why he just spent $10 million to upgrade his famed restaurant, the French Laundry.
Counting Crows & Matchbox Twenty Announce Tour Dates In & Around The Bay Area
Counting Crows and Matchbox Twenty are hitting the road for their tour, “A Brief History of Everything”
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Register here for your chance to win a pair of tickets to one of the Live Nation Country Concert Series 2017 concerts at Shoreline Amphitheatre or Concord Pavilion!
Stars of 'The Flash' Added To Silicon Valley Comic Con Line-Up
Stars from The CW's "The Flash" Grant Gustin and Tom Felton will be at this year's Silicon Valley Comic Con...
Red Hot Chili Peppers, Prince, David Bowie, More To Offer Rarities On Record Store Day
This year's event features something for everyone.
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Guide Dogs For The Blind Stress-Tested At Oakland International Airport
Oakland International got a whole lot cuter on Sunday when Guide Dogs for the Blind brought together more than 25 puppies-in-training to sniff around and get comfortable with the place.
$217 Million Allocated To Fix California Highways, Bridges, Rail Systems
California transit authorities announced that $217 million will be allocated to projects intended to upgrade the state's transportation infrastructure.
Spring Break For Grown Ups: Top 5 Destinations
A look at five of the best spring break destinations in America that are perfectly suited for grownups
Iconic Rock Arch From 'Game of Thrones' Falls Into Malta Sea
A natural Malta landmark called the Azure Window, seen in 'Game of Thrones' has collapsed into the sea...
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Chess Club Teaches Life Lessons Across The Board
SAN RAFAEL (KPIX 5) If life is like chess, Chris Major wants kids to learn the lessons early. "The job is for me to help them self-manage themselves," Major explained. "Because ultimately that's what all of us should be helping children...
City Surf Project Teaches Urban Kids To Ride The Waves
SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) Many Californians take a day at the beach for granted. But others have never seen the ocean. This week's Jefferson Award winners are working to make sure that city kids do experience the waves, while at the same time, learn...
'Sew For Love' Group Crafts Handmade Items For Charity
SAN JOSE (KPIX 5) Using donated fabric, needles, and thread, this week's Jefferson Award winner has come up with a way to create little things that provide huge comfort. She does it for the love of sewing.. and the love of her community. Michelle...
Anti-Smoking Pioneer Wins Landmark Tobacco Control Laws
This week's Jefferson Award winner is a pioneer who's worked in the anti-smoking movement for more than two decades. Serena Chen says people call her all the time and ask for help to change a law. So she harnesses her skills as a former broadcast...
SFPD Officer Guides Students To Discover Africa And Themselves
Dozens of inner city young people discover their own self-worth on an all-expenses-paid trip to Africa thanks to SFPD Officer Jason Johnson.
Fitness Instructor Survives Heart Attack And Inspires Others To Fight Heart Disease
BRENTWOOD (KPIX 5) Heart disease kills one in three women every year. It's even more deadly than all forms of cancer combined. This week's Jefferson Award winner has made it her life's mission to get the word out. As a personal trainer and...
Non-Profit ExtraFood Delivers Food And Cuts Waste
SAN RAFAEL (KPIX 5) When most people think of Marin County, they don't think of people who go hungry. Yet, it's a very real problem. But this week's Jefferson Award winner decided something could be done to feed people and at the same time, cut down...
Kids & Art Foundation Inspires Young Cancer Patients
PALO ALTO (KPIX 5) Forty-three children are diagnosed with cancer everyday. That's according to the American Cancer Society. But in the Bay Area, many of them are discovering fun and healing in an art program created by this week's Jefferson Award...
Jefferson Award Winners Gather For San Francisco Medal Ceremony
The 2016 Jefferson Award winners collected their medals at a ceremony at San Francisco’s Herbst Theatre on January 25, 2017.
Bookshare Program Makes Books Digitally Accessible
For giving the visually-impaired and physically-challenged equal opportunities to read and enjoy books, this week's Jefferson Award in the Bay Area goes to Betsy Beaumon.
Riding Program Spurs Young People To Embrace New Experiences
OAKLAND (KPIX 5) Getting young people out of an urban environment and onto a horse, might seem like an improbable, if not impossible task. But not for Odest Logan. For the last four years now, Logan has been teaching young African American kids to...
Oakland Entrepreneurs Bring Needed Arts & Music Education To Students
When two friends learned that many Oakland public schools had little to no music and arts education, they teamed up to bring the joy of music and arts to thousands of students.
San Francisco Woman Prepares Low-Income Kids For College Through Non-Profit Group
In the middle of San Francisco's Bayview Hunter's Point, a non-profit group is tutoring high-schoolers from the city's low-income communities, many seeking to be the first in their families to attend college.
Mobile Chef Volunteers His Cooking Skills
SUNOL (KPIX 5) When youth groups and non-profits in the East Bay want to raise money with a pancake breakfast or a bbq, word of mouth usually leads them to one man: this week's Jefferson Award winner. Lowell Hoxie has been cooking for 25...
Veterans Project Brightens The Holidays At Martinez VA Hospital
MARTINEZ (KPIX 5) - The holidays can be a lonely time for veterans in the hospital. But an East Bay woman has made it a tradition to round up a band of volunteers to make them feel special. Every year, Raylynn McIntire and her Women of Steel...
Khmer Rouge Survivor Gives Back To Bay Area Community
SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) From joining cancer walks to the FBI Academy, Jenny Chea-Vaing helps so many different community groups, her family and friends find it hard to keep up with her! She says she serves from a heart of gratitude, determined to give...
Probation Manager Transformed Contra Costa Juvenile Justice System
MARTINEZ (KPIX 5 ) - At the Contra Costa County Probation Department, the theme is rehabilitation, and it's thanks to this week's Jefferson Award winner. James Rivers is a probation manager at the Contra Costa County Probation Department. He...
Burlingame Teenager Leads Cancer Research Group
BURLINGAME (KPIX 5) - Seventeen-year-old Alexander Lee co-founded the group Burlingame Cancer Research in 2014. Its 100 high school volunteers from the Bay Area and East Coast share what they've learned with cancer patients and their...
826 Valencia Takes Education To Creative New Heights
A best-selling Bay Area author and a former teacher teamed up to create a fun non-profit organization that marries education and creativity.
Paw Fund Helps Homeless Help Their Pets
BERKELEY (KPIX 5) Once a month, across from the Berkeley Animal Shelter, Jill Posener's volunteers open up a van full of pet medicines and offer free vaccinations and other basic veterinary care for the East Bay's homeless dog and cat owners. But...
The Village Project Unites Western Addition Community In SF
SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) For the past ten years, a Bay Area woman has put the phrase "it takes a village" into action. Today, her Village Project not only helps feed and educate some of San Francisco's neediest children, it now has a program to help...
Napa Non-Profit Guides Students Into Careers
When Helen McDermott retired after 22 years as Human Resources Vice President at Robert Mondavi Winery, she turned to helping young people. "People would refer their children or people that they knew just needed some advice and counsel," she...
Chef Feeds Hundreds In Need With Impromptu Recipes
At only 9a.m., chef Ruby Kaho is embroiled dinner preparations. For the last 16 years, she's worked at Samaritan House, the anti-poverty nonprofit in San Mateo. As a full-time food services manager, she cooks up to 700 meals a day with the help of...
East Bay Man Raises Money To Fight Kids' Cancer
After accidents, cancer is the second leading cause of death in children under 14 in the U.S., according to the American Cancer Society. An East Bay man has dedicated his life to raising money to find a cure, and he's this week's Jefferson Award...
Non-Profit Studio Teaches Capoeira To Thousands
SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) Capoeira is a combination of many things. "It's art form that incorporates every art possible," explained Marcia Treidler. "It's a martial art. It's acrobatics. It's dance. It's music." And Treidler is one of the best at...
Legal Team Offers Free Help To San Francisco Neighborhood
SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) It's called the justice gap: only one legal aid attorney for every 6,000 eligible low-income Americans. In San Francisco's Bayview Hunter's Point, a non-profit agency is working to change that by trying to take every case in...
San Francisco Art And Tech Center Trains Young Filmmakers
SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) This week's Jefferson Award winner is closing the digital divide by giving low income young people free training, mentoring, and jobs. From still photography to filmmaking, young people aged 11 to 24 focus on learning...
San Francisco Coalition Celebrates Southeast Asian Arts And Culture
SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) San Francisco is home to many diverse southeast Asian cultures. This week's Jefferson Award winner has a passion for celebrating them through colorful community events. From lively Laotian music... to meditative Tai Chi, the...
South Bay Teenager Coaches Kids In Geography
SAN JOSE (KPIX 5) Studies show only one in five American high school seniors are proficient in geography. A South Bay teenager decided to do something about that, and what he's accomplished earned him this week's Jefferson Award. Arvind Sridhar...
Football Clinic Teaches At-Risk Kids To Follow Their Dreams
REDWOOD CITY (KPIX 5) Children with a parent behind bars can face loneliness and pain others can't begin to understand. But this week's Jefferson Award winners give them hope with a special day designed to make them feel special. About 200 boys...
San Jose Teenager Turns Recyclables Into Cash To Help Kids
SAN JOSE (KPIX 5) Most afternoons, Sonali Ranaweera leads some fellow students in an afternoon routine at Del Mar High School in San Jose: collecting bottles and cans that the 16-year-old trades for cash at the recycling center. The work can be...
Alamo Teenager Recycles Tennis Gear So More Kids Can Play
ALAMO (KPIX 5) Every few months, Jack Nielsen gets his parents to help him sort through rackets, shoes, and clothes that accumulate in their garage in Alamo. Nielsen knows that the cost of playing tennis is not always easy to cover for kids and...
Concord Woman Recalls Roots In Career Helping Immigrant Families Adjust
Martha Potts knows what it's like adjusting to a new culture, so she made it her life's calling to help immigrant families in Concord settle into their school community
Bay Area Woman Helping Keep Veterans In New Clothes, Shoes
Three years ago, when she was a volunteer at a reception desk, Laurel Lipsick discovered just how much veterans needed new clothes and shoes.
East Bay Non-Profit Recycles Discarded Crayons For Hospitalized Children
Most colorful crayons handed out at restaurants get used a few times, or in some cases, only once before they are discarded. One Bay Area man is making sure that crayons from all over the country don't just go to waste.
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