A Medical Miracle -- 1958 KPIX 5 Live Broadcast Of Open Heart SurgeryTommy Hunter was an 8-year-old Oakland boy who simply wanted to play with his friends, but his ailing heart would not allow it.
KPIX At 70: Covering The 1989 Loma Prieta EarthquakeAs part of our look back at 70 years of KPIX broadcasting, we remember the 15 seconds that changed our lives and served as a major wake-up call to anyone who lives in the Bay Area.
A Look Back at 70 Years of KPIX BroadcastingKPIX was the first television station in Northern California and the 49th in the nation. Here's a look back at 70 years of bringing you stories from around the Bay Area and the world.
KPIX Legend Dave McElhatton Talks About What Makes A News StoryThe late Dave McElhatton ranks as one of the top Bay Area newsmen and storytellers of all time. Here Dave talks about what it takes to report a great news story.
It All Began Atop The Mark Hopkins HotelKPIX began broadcasting from studios housed in the attic of the Mark Hopkins Hotel in 1948.
Patty Hearst Drama Grips The Bay AreaFew dramas have captured the attention of Bay Area residents like that of the Patty Hearst kidnapping in Feb. 1974.
Beatlemania Sweeps Bay AreaHundreds of teens mobbed San Francisco International Airport on August 18, 1964 for the arrival of The Beatles, who were starting their first-ever North American tour.
Back Home: KPIX Is There As Troops Return From Korean War Hundreds of family members and loved ones line the San Francisco waterfront as the USNS General Nelson M. Walker docks carrying troops returning from the Korean War.
Dark Day In San Francisco: Eight Die In 101 California MassacreJuly 1, 1993 will be a day many San Franciscans will never forget.

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Watch Mike Rowe In A Classic 'Somebody's Gotta Do It' Segment From 'Evening Magazine'Former 'Evening Magazine' host Mike Rowe in one of his most popular "Somebody's Gotta Do It" segments (11-8-2018)
Take A Look Back At 70 Years Of KPIX SportsWhen KPIX went on the air seventy years ago, we made history when Channel 5 tackled the first sports remote in the Bay Area. KPIX Sports Director Dennis O'Donnell has a look back.
KPIX at 70: Official Rules for Organic Food LabelsSixteen years ago, "organic" became official when the USDA instituted new rules governing what foods could and could not, carry the label. The system remains in place today. Looking back to 2002, consumer reporter Sue Kwon showed how it worked.
KPIX At 70: Covering The 1989 Loma Prieta EarthquakeAs part of our look back at 70 years of KPIX broadcasting, we remember the 15 seconds that changed our lives and served as a major wake-up call to anyone who lives in the Bay Area.
KPIX At 70: Man Describes Surviving Cypress Freeway Collapse During 1989 EarthquakeWhen the 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake struck, Chris Mitchell was traveling along the elevated Cypress Freeway portion of Interstate 880 in Oakland. He miraculously survived when the upper deck collapsed onto the lower deck where he was driving.
KPIX At 70: Former Congressman Leon Panetta Recalls 1989 Loma Prieta QuakeAs he sat down to watch the 1989 World Series, former Congressman Leon Panetta learned of the earthquake which had struck in his home district.
KPIX At 70: Former Anchor Kate Kelly Recalls 1989 Loma Prieta EarthquakeFormer KPIX Anchor Kate Kelly talks about where she was during the quake and what was close to another freeway collapse.
KPIX At 70: Joe & Jennifer Montana Recall 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake49ers quarterback Joe Montana and his wife Jennifer talk about where they were during the 1989 earthquake: at Candlestick Park ready to watch the Giants host the A's in Game 3 of the World Series.
Spelling 'Schwarzenegger' Gave Newsrooms Fits at FirstKPIX at 70 Flashback Friday: Fifteen years ago, California's new governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger, bore a name that seemed to invite misspelling and both print and TV newsrooms were hardly immune. Mike Sugerman reports