Oakland Marks 10-Year Anniversary Of Day 4 Officers Slain In Line Of DutyThe Oakland Police Department held a memorial Thursday to mark the ten-year anniversary of the death of four officers, shot by a wanted felon.
Protesters Rally Against Undocumented Immigrant Crackdown At San Francisco ICE OfficesProtesters returned to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement offices in San Francisco's Financial District Friday to rally against the crackdowns on undocumented immigrants.
Richmond Resident Shoots Man Breaking Into HomeA home-invasion robbery suspect was shot multiple times while breaking into a residence in Richmond early Friday morning, according to police.
People's Park Seen As Site For UC Berkeley Housing One of the main sites for Vietnam-era protests in the Bay Area may be turning into a site for much-needed housing.
San Francisco Secures $10M In Funding For Homeless Navigation CentersSan Francisco city leaders are celebrating $10 million in state funding for two new Navigation Centers to help the homeless in the city’s southeast neighborhoods and near the South of Market and Mission District.
Dublin Families Push District To Build New High SchoolWith the population of Dublin growing by the minute, there are increasing calls to build a new high school to accommodate the incoming families.
Debate Over Threat Of Weed Killer Residue Set To Ramp UpThe use of a controversial weed killer has grown in California and the world, but you won't know anytime soon if any residue is found on your produce.
ICU - Intensive Cat Unit - Helping Patients Heal At UCSFAmid the pumps and IV machines, ventilators, and monitors at in the intensive care unit at UCSF Medical Center, a "purrfectly" trained professional is making the rounds: a 7-year-old tuxedo cat.
SF Supervisor Fears Booming Tent Cities Could Become New Homeless 'Policy'A new homeless shelter opening on San Francisco's waterfront may be too little, too late to keep a booming tent city in lower Potrero Hill from becoming a permanent blight.
North Bay Lawmaker Says Gov. Brown's Highway Funding Plan Will Be A Tough Sell In LegislatureGov. Jerry Brown's multi-billion dollar plan to fix the state's rundown roads could run into some speed bumps this week in the California legislature.
Lawmakers Agree Fixing California's Roads And Bridges Is Essential But Not On How To Pay For ItThe state legislature is talking transportation -- specifically how to pay for much-needed repairs to the infrastructure. On Sunday, state senator Mark Leno discussed the challenges with KPIX 5's Phil Matier.
Anne Makovec's 'Not-Nearly-As-Bad-For-You-As-It-Sounds' Pumpkin CheesecakeKPIX 5's Anne Makovec has a guilt-free recipe for Pumpkin Cheesecake!
‘Rolling Attack’ Shooting in Vallejo Injures 4; Suspects SoughtFour people were injured in shooting in Vallejo involving two moving car on Wednesday night and police are searching for at least two suspects.
Josh Lucas Talks About His New Film 'Red Dog'Josh Lucas talks about his new film "Red Dog" with Anne Makovec. "Red Dog" will be available on VOD on August 14 and on DVD on September 4…
'Wondla' Author Tony Di Terlizzi Discusses New Picture BookPicture book author Tony Di Terlizzi joins Anne Makovec to discuss his new novel 'A Hero For Wondla'