Take A Tour Of 1950s KPIX StudioBefore there were computers and digitized video reports, television was an industry of tubes, massive cameras and giant monitors. Here's a behind the scenes tour of KPIX from the 1950s.
San Franciscans Give New Year's Predictions In 1951KPIX reporter Sandy Spillman took to the streets on New Year's Day in 1951 to ask people about their hopes and dreams for the new year.
Howdy Partners Welcome To The Marshal J ShowIn the 1960s, kids in the Bay Area used to race home from school for fun and adventure on the Marshal J show. You remember Deputy Dog, Clutch Cargo and Superman cartoons.
KPIX Heads Toward Launch In The Attic Of The Mark HopkinsFormer KPIX General Manager Philip J. Lasky proudly tells San Francisco Chamber of Commerce officials KPIX was flying in "a plane load of steel" to finish construction of the station's TV tower atop the Mark Hopkins hotel in 1948.
Welcome To 'The Big News' -- KPIX In The 1960s During the 1960s, the anchor team of Don Bryce, Nancy Clark and Glen Hanson brought the Bay Area the latest news at 6 p.m. from Monday through Saturday from the KPIX studios at 2655 Van Ness Avenue.
Longtime KPIX Sports Director Wayne Walker Dies At 80Former NFL star and longtime KPIX 5 Sports Director Wayne Walker died at age 80 following a battle with Parkinson's disease.
People’s Choice Awards Announces 2017 NomineesColdplay, Blake Shelton, Drake, Adele and The Chainsmokers all got nods...
No More Ties At National Spelling Bee FinalAfter two straight years of ties, the Scripps National Spelling Bee is adding more sting: The championship rounds will last longer, and the words will be harder.