Young Great White Sharks Thrive In Monterey Bay As Older Ones Mysteriously DieGreat white shark sightings are on the rise in the Monterey Bay. But while the young ones appear to be thriving, older ones are dying and washing ashore.
Young Great White Sharks Flock To Northern California WatersWhile the sight of a great white shark swimming in the waters off Northern California's beaches terrifies most people, it merely piques Sean Van Sommeran's curiosity.
Illegal Dumping Piling Up In East Palo Alto StreetsFrustrated by years of failed efforts, East Palo Alto officials are turning to a campaign of public shaming to halt the illegal dumping of junk in the city's streets and parks.
Pot Clubs Slash Prices, Inventory As July 1 Deadline Looms On New RegulationsMarijuana retailers are selling weed and edibles at deep discounts to get rid of inventory as they rush to meet tougher new state regulations by July 1.
New Cancer Treatment Uses Patients' Altered Cells To Fight DiseaseA revolutionary, one-time treatment is giving new hope to cancer patients by treating them with their own immune cells that have been altered in a lab to become cancer killers.
Tahoe's Azure Splendor Leaves Low-Wage Workers BlueThe Lake Tahoe you see in the vacation ads is pristine Alpine grandeur but, for thousands of low-wage workers, that Tahoe is mostly a mirage.
Uncle of Man Fatally Shot in S.F. Barber Shop Standoff Says Suspect Was 'Sweet Kid'The uncle of a Suisun City man fatally wounded during Wednesday's shootout with police in S.F.'s Crocker Amazon neighborhood spoke fondly of his nephew to KPIX 5's Betty Yu.
Electric Bike-Sharing Program Expands in San FranciscoJump Bikes -- a dockless electric bicycle-sharing service -- promises a fast, easy and cheap way to get around San Francisco. And they have plans to expand across the Bay Area.
Bay Area Favorite K.Flay Is Lone Woman Among Grammy Rock NomineesMore than 90 percent of Grammy nominees since 2013 have been men. But among the 10 percent is an artist with deep Bay Area ties.
Viewer Donations, Silicon Valley Shelter Give New Hope to Struggling FamilyIn the shadow of multi-million-dollar Silicon Valley estates some Bay Area families -- the working poor -- are forced to live in RVs. Now, there's new hope and temporary haven for one such family.
San Francisco Startup's Fertility-Tracking Bracelet Helps Would-Be Moms ConceiveA popular wrist-worn device to help women get pregnant is gaining fame as a sort of "Fitbit for fertility."
Home Prices Soar On San Francisco Laidley St. As Tech Execs Converge On Glen ParkCentury-old architecture and cottage homes meet enormous, modern construction on the hottest street in San Francisco for high-roller tech executives.