Music Memories Fill Seven Decades of KPIX Broadcast HistoryOn Dec. 22, KPIX officially turns 70 so it's time to get up and dance and sing out loud, as we look back across 70 years of Bay Area music history.
San Francisco Still Stunned By 1978 Moscone-Milk AssassinationsThe shock still reverberates from the blurry, aged video tape. Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk had been gunned in their offices at San Francisco City Hall.
Former 'Dirty Jobs' Host Looks Back At His KPIX RootsIn the midst of celebrating our 70th anniversary, it seemed only fitting that KPIX 5 reconnect with one of the station's most popular personalities from its past.
A Medical Miracle -- 1958 KPIX 5 Live Broadcast Of Open Heart SurgeryTommy Hunter was an 8-year-old Oakland boy who simply wanted to play with his friends, but his ailing heart would not allow it.
KPIX At 70: Covering The 1989 Loma Prieta EarthquakeAs part of our look back at 70 years of KPIX broadcasting, we remember the 15 seconds that changed our lives and served as a major wake-up call to anyone who lives in the Bay Area.
KPIX Legend Dave McElhatton Talks About What Makes A News StoryThe late Dave McElhatton ranks as one of the top Bay Area newsmen and storytellers of all time. Here Dave talks about what it takes to report a great news story.
It All Began Atop The Mark Hopkins HotelKPIX began broadcasting from studios housed in the attic of the Mark Hopkins Hotel in 1948.
Beatlemania Sweeps Bay AreaHundreds of teens mobbed San Francisco International Airport on August 18, 1964 for the arrival of The Beatles, who were starting their first-ever North American tour.
Back Home: KPIX Is There As Troops Return From Korean War Hundreds of family members and loved ones line the San Francisco waterfront as the USNS General Nelson M. Walker docks carrying troops returning from the Korean War.
Dark Day In San Francisco: Eight Die In 101 California MassacreJuly 1, 1993 will be a day many San Franciscans will never forget.
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.