Bronze Huey Newton Bust Unveiled In West Oakland Birthplace Of Black PanthersA bust of Black Panther Party co-founder Huey Newton was unveiled in Oakland over the weekend -- the first permanent public art piece honoring the party in the city of its founding.
Former KPIX Anchor Dana King's Sculpture Selected For Golden Gate Park African-American MemorialCity officials have chosen former KPIX anchor Dana King's sculpture for the "Monumental Reckoning" art installation in Golden Gate Park honoring the first Africans in America in time for Juneteenth.
Community Members Paint Mural Near Oakland Homeless CampFormer KPIX anchor Dana King donated space on the wall of a building she owns in Oakland for a colorful California-theme mural project she hopes will help bring the community together around political change.
Berkeley Statue Honors Quiet Pharmacist Who Fought To End Housing DiscriminationThere is now a statue in Berkeley honoring William Byron Rumford, the first black man in the California Assembly. He authored a law that banned housing discrimination.
Former KPIX Anchor Dana King Running For Oakland City Council SeatShe has taken out papers to run in November for the open seat vacated by the retiring Pat Kernighan.
Cloned Redwood Trees Planted At College Of MarinThe College of Marin celebrated Earth Day in a very special way, by planting some of the rarest trees on the planet. They planted three clones of ancient coastal redwoods, cut down more than a century ago.
CBS 5 Bids Farewell To Anchor Dana KingOn December 7, 2012, CBS 5 bid farewell to anchor Dana King, who decided to leave broadcasting to concentrate on her art. She works on her sculptures from a studio in Oakland, and you can see her work online at www.danakingart.com.
Dana King Announces Departure From CBS 5Emmy Award-winning anchor Dana King has announced that she will be leaving CBS 5 as of Friday, Dec. 7 after 15 years with the station and 25 years in television news in order to pursue her art career.