Bambi Larson Murder Case Stirs Immigration Policy Debate In San JoseSouth Bay leaders are squaring off after a recent San Jose murder case has officials taking sides over Santa Clara County's immigration policy.
'Flintstone House' Additions Raise Ire Of Hillsborough NeighborsThe infamous "Flintstone house" in Hillsborough has gone through some visible changes over the last year and a half and some neighbors are not happy with the new additions.
Bay Area Sanders Supporter Says She's Behind His 2020 Presidential BidBay Area Bernie Sanders supporters on Tuesday said they are hoping to capture the magic and momentum from his 2016 campaign with the Vermont senator's renewed bid for president. 
KPIX Looks Back At Pioneering Daytime Show 'People Are Talking'As KPIX 5 celebrates the station's 70th anniversary, we can't possibly wrap up our party without touching upon the King and Queen of Bay Area daytime television and "People Are Talking," the phenomenal talk show they hosted for nearly 14 years.
Vicious Knife Attack Led to New Life and Mission for Young San Francisco WomanAfter a brutal knife attack on a young woman in 1962, the failure by San Francisco police to identify a suspect nearly tore her devoutly religious family apart. Then something like a miracle happened.
Download: San Francisco Boys Chorus Gives Bay Area A Special Christmas GiftIt was a time for historic Bay Area firsts back in December of 1948. /not only did KPIX 5 go on the air for the first time, but the San Francisco Boys Chorus. -- who would sing for world leaders and audiences across the world over the next 70 years -- was formed.
A Look Back at 70 Years of KPIX BroadcastingKPIX was the first television station in Northern California and the 49th in the nation. Here's a look back at 70 years of bringing you stories from around the Bay Area and the world.
Election 2018: California Republicans Outnumber Democrats In Early Voting So FarElection Day is around the corner and Californians have been voting for three weeks. Given the data on who has voted so far, it does not point to a big surge, or a so-called 'blue wave' for Democrats.
$1.6 Billion Mega Millions Jackpot Sends Lottery Fever To A Boiling PointLottery fever has been building all week but with no one taking home Friday’s billion dollar prize the jackpot is expected to climb to a mind-blowing $1.6 billion.
San Jose Teens Turn Out For Massive City-Wide Student Voter Registration DriveFor the first time, a nearly city-wide student voter registration drive took place in San Jose. Thirteen high schools across the city participated in the pilot project aimed at sparking more civic engagement among young people.
Concord Hopes Ceramic Botts' Dots Will Make Streets Unfriendly For SideshowsContra Costa County's Public Works wants to install Botts' dots in Concord. They hope the ceramic domes will become such an annoyance for sideshow participants that they will stop doing them.