Non-Profit Group Teaches Veterans Therapy Of Surfing Ocean Waves In Santa CruzThere will be a few extra surfers in the water at Santa Cruz and Capitola this weekend as the organization Operation Surf teaches wounded veterans how to ride a wave.
California 'Bullet Button' Gun Registry Process Bogs Down As Deadline LoomsSix years ago, KPIX 5 was the first to expose a workaround in California's gun laws that allowed military style rifles like AR-15's to proliferate in the state.
Mystery Disease Claims 12 Family Members; Survivors Push Awareness Of Rare DisorderA Northern California family plagued with a mystery disease that claimed the lives of a dozen relatives finally has answers after specialists at the renowned Mayo Clinic recognized it as a rare hereditary disorder. Now the family is hoping to turn its legacy of heartache into hope for others with the disease.
Veterans Fight to Get Rare Form of Cancer Covered by VAIt took decades for the Veterans Administration to acknowledge the connection between Agent Orange and the illnesses of hundreds of Vietnam veterans. Now vets are fighting to get help for another killer they believe is connected to their service.
Final Four 'Wish' Granted To Young Survivor Of Rare Immune DiseaseAt 20 years old, Joe Kelley of Novato has had more health scares than many people who live to be 90.
S.F. Couple Recounts Harrowing, Mistaken Arrest by Police Investigating iPhone HeistHe looked nothing like the suspects' descriptions but that didn't stop S.F. police from forcibly arresting a man and searching his home for stolen iPhones while his wife sat on a sofa wrapped in a bath towel.
East Bay Woman's Non-Profit Teaches Love Of Music To Elementary School KidsWhen Bay Area elementary schools started eliminating music programs decades ago, Carol Zilli decided to do something about it.
Bay Area Mom Inspired By Son's Disability Promotes Special Needs Kids' RightsWhen her son was diagnosed with a disability, a Bay Area woman found a way not only to help her son, but also help many other children with disabilities.
Cleanup Of Lots Destroyed In Wine Country Wildfires Not A Quick ProcessThe cleanup of areas ravaged by the North Bay wildfires is going to take much longer than some may think, due to a number of hazardous conditions crews are facing.
Former Teacher Brings Stress-Busting Yoga Programs To Bay Area ClassroomsA former Bay Area teacher who discovered yoga as a way to overcome stress is now getting students to practice yoga to perform better in school.
Expanded California Assault Weapon Ban Leaves Thousands Of Gun Owners In LimboTens of thousands of gun owners in California are in legal limbo because of the state's newly expanded assault weapons ban.
Fremont Red Light Cameras Seem To Have Mind Of Their Own (Or Are They Rigged?)If you paid a fine for a red light ticket in Fremont, pay attention -- there’s something the city didn't want anyone to know.
Bay Area Family Puts Face On Suburban Opioid AddictionWith Californians now leading the nation in opioid-related deaths, a Bay Area mother and son are courageously putting a face on this terrible addiction.
Battle Over Crystal Geyser Water Bottling Plant At Mount Shasta Drags OnSnow-capped Mount Shasta rises more than 14,000 feet toward the heavens, while at the base of the mountain a battle rages that some say is of biblical proportions.
UCSF Expert: 'No Data' For Claims That Juice Drinks Help Body Absorb Nutrients QuickerLots of people are juicing because they think it's healthy. It's a multi-billion dollar industry but, before you take another sip, you'll want to see what KPIX 5's Allen Martin found.