Growth of Willow Fire Near Big Sur Slows Overnight, Still Zero Percent ContainedThe Willow Fire, first reported on June 17, was 2,088 acres as of Sunday afternoon -- up slightly from 2,066 acres on Saturday night. The fire remains zero percent contained.
San Francisco Police Arrest Suspect In String Of Brazen Mission District Pharmacy Retail TheftsA 40-year-old man was arrested Saturday morning in connection with a string of retail thefts in recent days in San Francisco's Lower Haight and Mission districts.
Vacaville Police Seek Help In Identifying Neighborhood PeeperPolice in Vacaville were asking the public's help Sunday identify a suspected prowler recently captured on video surveillance peeking into windows and at one point crawling away on hands and knees to avoid being seen.
Pre-Pandemic Saturday Night Vibe Returns To San Francisco Bars, RestaurantsThe sounds of a piano and people socializing filled the lounge at Lion's Den on Wentworth Place in Chinatown Saturday evening. The venue opened in March of this year as the first club in the neighborhood in nearly 45 years.
San Francisco Brothers Stage Daring High Line Crossing In Yosemite National ParkTwo brothers from San Francisco say they have set a record for the longest highline ever walked in both Yosemite National Park and California.
California EDD Will Require Proof of Job Search To Collect Benefits Beginning In JulyCalifornia will stop giving unemployment benefits to people who are not actively applying for jobs, Gov. Gavin Newsom’s administration has announced.


History Remembered at Historic Juneteenth Festival in Marin CityJuneteenth commemorates the unofficial end of slavery in America but June 19, 2021 was the first time it was actually recognized as an official, national holiday. That had special meaning to people gathered at Marin City for a celebration.
San Francisco Nightlife: Not Quite Back to Normal But Getting ThereOn the first Friday of reopening, restaurants were back to full capacity, not just in street-side parklets but in the inviting interiors San Francisco dining is all about.
Liam's List June 18: Fathers' Day Programming, Pixar Animates, Rita Moreno DocumentaryKCBS reporter Liam Mayclem will be providing KPIX 5 users with a weekly weekend tip list of Bay Area entertainment, music, film and online entertainment.
All-Star Hard Rock Cover Band Headlines Retro JunkieBrought together by a love for hard-rock hits, the all-star local covers outfit the Butlers delivers an array of radio staples and album cuts from bands like Alice Cooper, Thin Lizzy, Queen and more at Retro Junkie in Walnut Creek Saturday night.
Funky Saxophonist Karl Denson Plays 3 Shows in Wine CountryOne of the most popular jazz-funk bands to regularly visit the Bay Area, saxophonist Karl Denson and his Tiny Universe bring potent grooves to the Charles Krug Winery in St. Helena for three shows starting Friday evening.
Supreme Court Allows San Francisco, Oakland Lawsuits Against Big Oil Companies To ProceedThe U.S. Supreme Court declined to throw the suits out of court, although the cases still face many daunting obstacles ahead.