Asian American Attacks: KPIX's Mary Lee On Her Family's Long Heritage In The Bay AreaStories about the rise in Asian American attacks in the San Francisco Bay Area have struck close to home for KPIX 5 meteorologist Mary Lee.
Checklist: What To Pack In Your Earthquake Emergency KitAn emergency earthquake kit can help you and your family survive when a disaster strikes.
Research Buoy Raises Red Flags About San Francisco Bay's HealthA research buoy anchored off the San Francisco waterfront is raising red flags when it comes to the levels of carbon dioxide in the air we breath.
Richmond Firm Unveils Exoskeleton Vest To Be Used By AutoworkersAn East Bay company has announced its cutting-edge exoskeleton bionic vests will be tested by autoworkers to cut down on work-related injuries.
Sonoma County Ranchers Track, Kill Mountain Lions Killing LivestockA surveillance camera captured video of a mountain lion ranchers trapped and killed after it attacked their livestock in Sonoma County.
WeWork Tells Employees No More Meat At Company Offices, EventsWeWork is banning meat; employees can't use company expenses to pay for meat, and there will be no meat at company events.
Immigrant High School Grads Fulfill College Dreams Thanks To Peninsula Academic ProgramDuring this graduation season, there is a group of high school graduates who are especially grateful; becoming the first in their families to go to college after overcoming major hardships.
Mother Left With Life-Threatening Injuries In SF Attack While Carrying BabyA mother is in the hospital with life-threatening injuries after someone pushed her in San Francisco’s Noe Valley neighborhood Sunday. The woman was carrying her 6-month old baby when it happened.
Actor William Hurt Vouches For Side Effect-Free Cancer Therapy At UnveilingResearchers in Berkeley have unveiled a new cancer chemotherapy treatment that allows patients to avoid traditional side effects such as nausea and hair loss.
Pop-Up Tech Showcase Event Features Latest In Robotics, AITech firms unveiled their newest products at a pop-up event Monday, a showcase for more than 20 innovative tech companies hosted by a Silicon Valley venture capital firm.
Brain Holograms May One Day Help Blind See, Paralyzed FeelA technology that one day could help the blind see – and the paralyzed feel - by projecting holograms onto their brains? Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley are turning this science fiction into fact.
Plan To Clean Up Great Pacific Garbage Patch Nears LaunchBay Area researchers have come up with a way to tackle the enormous problem of plastic debris in the ocean, a device designed to clean up what’s known as the Great Pacific garbage patch.
Unique Oakland Backyard Cabin Made Of 3D Printed TilesTucked away in an Oakland backyard may be one of the most unique cabins in all of the Bay Area.
Autonomous Vehicles May Become More Common At Construction Sites Than On RoadsAs companies continue to test autonomous vehicles for public roadways, other industries are already taking advantage of specialized, self-driving vehicles.
Bay Area Researcher Recalls Work To Enable Stephen Hawking To CommunicateA researcher for Bay Area tech giant Intel is remembering her special connection with the legendary physicist Stephen Hawking, who will be buried this Saturday at a private ceremony in Cambridge, England.