Dramatic Testimony At San Francisco Bay Area Residents Rome Murder TrialAn Italian police officer testified Wednesday at the murder trial of San Francisco Bay Area residents Finnegan Lee Elder and Gabriel Natale-Hjorth about trying in vain to stop blood pouring out like a “fountain” from his partner who was fatally stabbed last summer on a Rome street.
Gov. Newsom 'Not Pleased' As COVID-19 Cases Continue Spiking In CaliforniaCalifornia Governor Gavin Newsom on Wednesday laid out some grim figures in the state's battle to stop the spread of coronavirus cases as numbers continued to skyrocket.
Gov. Newsom: COVID-19 Monitoring List Grows To 23 Counties Including Contra Costa, Solano, Marin, MontereyGovernor Gavin Newsom on Monday outlined some of California's efforts at COVID-19 enforcement over the holiday weekend as new coronavirus cases continued to skyrocket with 23 counties being monitored by health officials.
Man Dies Trying To Rescue Dog After Truck Submerges Following Bel Marin Keys CrashA man drowned Thursday evening as he attempted to rescue his dog from his truck that had careened into Pacheco Pond and submerged under water, authorities said.
Fire Heavily Damages Historic Point Reyes Station BuildingA historic building at Point Reyes Station sustained extensive damage before crews from several Marin County agencies were able to contain the blaze on Friday.
Coronavirus Update: San Rafael Small Business Owners Struggle During Shelter OrderNearly six weeks after the Bay Area's shelter-in-place rules went into effect, North Bay small business owners say the hardships they're facing are impossible to ignore.
Coronavirus Impact: Marin County Fair Canceled Over Fear Of SpreadThe Marin County Fair joined a litany of San Francisco Bay Area annual celebrations to become of a victim of the coronavirus outbreak.
Better Together: Marin High School Senior Delivers Restaurant Meals To Essential Workers For FreeTamalpais High School senior Kylie Frame wanted to help the essential workers -- and when Kylie Frame wants to do something, apparently, it gets done!
Coronavirus Pandemic: New Coronavirus Deaths In Santa Clara, San Francisco, Marin; Confirmed Cases Grow By 296 RegionallyThe death toll from the current coronavirus outbreak in the San Francisco Bay Area grew to 90 on Saturday with new fatalities reported in Santa Clara County, Marin County and San Francisco and the total number of confirmed cases since late January rose to over 3,500.
Coronavirus Pandemic: Nearly 10 Percent Of Marin County Residents Tested For Coronavirus Returning Positive ResultsMarin health officials say the advanced age base of the county's residents was playing a major role leading to nearly 10 percent of their coronavirus tests coming back with a positive result.
Coronavirus Pandemic: Marin Health Officials Announce 3 New Coronavirus DeathsMarin County health officials announced three new coronavirus deaths late Monday night and a total of 98 confirmed cases among local residents.
Coronavirus Update: Newsom Calls On Young People To 'Grow Up' And Obey Shelter-In-Place OrderGov. Gavin Newsom has called on younger Californians to obey the current shelter-in-place order and practice social distancing.
Coronavirus Update: Shelter-In-Place Order; Federal Courts Closed; 2 More Deaths In Santa Clara CountyThe tsunami of news about the current coronavirus outbreak and shelter-in-place can be overwhelming. To help you navigate through what you need to know -- KPIX.com/KPIX 5 News/CBSN Bay Area -- will be publishing a news roundup each morning of the top coronavirus-related stories from the last 24 hours so you can start your day with the latest developments impacting you, your family and your daily life.
Suspect Arrested For Allegedly Flashing Laser At CHP Officer, Cars On 101 In MarinCalifornia Highway Patrol officer, running a traffic break on Highway 101 near the Waldo Grade to slow drivers approaching a disabled vehicle, were blinded early Tuesday by a speeding suspect using a hand-held laser, authorities said.
Fight Over Use Of Marin County Public Space To Be Decided With Measure DMarch 3rd will bring not one but two votes out of a long dispute in Marin's San Geronimo Valley. What was once a golf course is now the property of the Trust for Public Lands, but a lot of people are still unhappy about how it happened.