Sinking Sidewalks In San Francisco's Mission Bay Not An Issue Near UCSF Medical CenterThere is a new twist tonight in an ongoing investigation into sinking sidewalks in one San Francisco neighborhood known as “Little Venice.”
COVID Pandemic Brings New Difficulties to International Adoption ProcessCOVID-19 restrictions have left many hopeful Bay Area parents to be with open but empty arms as the pandemic has slowed down or suspended their adoption plans.
Kelp Forest Loss An Ecological Disaster Requiring Creative Solutions In Age of Climate ChangeOver the last 10 years, an ecological disaster has taken place along the coast from San Francisco north.
Private Water Company's Woes Leave Santa Cruz Mountain Community High and DryA private water company in the Santa Cruz Mountains has been fined $21,000 by the California State Water Resources Control Board Division of Drinking Water.
'He Stood Up From His Wheelchair'; Promising New UCSF Treatment Aiding Injured Surfer Walk AgainA team of UCSF data scientists, medical researchers and trauma specialists at Zuckerberg SF General Hospital have uncovered a promising new treatment for paralyzing spinal injuries.
With Sirhan Sirhan's Possible Parole Looming, Controversial Theories on RFK Assassination ResurfaceIn the wake of convicted Robert F. Kennedy assassin Sirhan Sirhan being recommended for parole, an enduring controversy about who really shot the U.S. senator has resurfaced.
Bay Area Labs Explore Causes Behind Age-Related Illnesses and How to Stop ThemAs the Baby Boom generation swells the ranks of the elderly, the Bay Area's scientific community is turning its attention to the causes of age-related illness.
KPIX Exclusive: San Francisco Luxury Condos Overlook City's Worst Squalor; 'I Don't Want To Be Afraid To Live Here' A one-way, one-block alley in San Francisco has neighbors living in constant fear and afraid for their safety. Willow Street between Van Ness and Polk currently has the highest concentration of tents in San Francisco, according to the latest city data.
UPDATE: 'It Was Deceptive;' Former San Francisco Millennium Tower Tenant Glad He's OutEven though building officials gave the green light Thursday for limited work to resume on the fix for San Francisco's leaning Millennium Tower, one former condo owner told KPIX he’s glad he got out.
Original Report: Whistleblower Sets Off Probe Into Illegal Discharge Of Petcoke At Port Of BeniciaAn environmental watchdog claims it caught a polluter on camera in the act of repeatedly discharging a petroleum byproduct illegally into the bay at the Port of Benicia.
Body Clock Boost: Afternoon Exercise May Provide An Edge For Getting In Shape, Researchers SayWhen it comes to working out and getting in shape, researchers say it may not be how you exercise, but the time of day may give you an edge.
Grieving Father Issues Plea After Pill Laced With Fentanyl Kills Concord High School TeenA Bay Area father is making a plea to other parents after a counterfeit pill laced with fentanyl destroyed his family.
UPDATE: Despite Warnings, Repairs on San Francisco's Millennium Tower Caused Additional SinkingConstruction on a fix for San Francisco's leaning Millennium Tower came to a stop in late August because the fix was actually making the tower sink even more. Now it appears some of that damage could have been avoided.
Fire-Hardening Proves Effective In Saving Homes; Insurance Companies Not Yet On BoardWildfires have burned nearly 2.5 million acres in California this year alone. As we have reported, they have ignited an insurance crisis, with hundreds of thousands of homeowners getting dropped because of high fire risk.
San Francisco Mission Bay Sidewalks Sinking But City Won't Fix 'Private Property'Just a few blocks away from San Francisco's tilting Millennium Tower something else is sinking. KPIX 5 was the first to report on the problem a year ago and it's only getting worse. But it’s not a building that’s sinking, it's the sidewalk.