Stanford Cardiac Specialists Amazed By 1958 Open Heart BroadcastAs they watched a replay of the historic KPIX 5 1958 live broadcast of an open heart surgery, two of Stanford's leading cardiologists were stunned by how primitive it all looked.
Bill Cosby Sentenced To 3-10 Years In Prison In Sexual Assault Case A Pennsylvania judge sentenced Bill Cosby to 3-10 years in prison in the wake of his conviction in April for sexual assault.
Good Golly -- Little Richard Visits 'People Are Talking'From 1978 to 1992, Ross McGowan and Ann Fraser were daily fixtures in local living rooms as co-hosts of KPIX 5' beloved 'People Are Talking.'
A Tidal Wave Of Student Protests Swept Over The Bay Area In the 1960sIn the 1960s, a tidal wave of student activism swept over the UC Berkeley and San Francisco State campuses.
Guilty Verdict In Infamous 'Cole Valley Suitcase Murder' Cole Valley landlady Jean Toman is found guilty of the infamous dismemberment murder of her roommate Elinor Kahn in March of 1964.
Ann Fraser Takes A Ride With The Blue Angels'People Are Talking' co-host Ann Fraser took a ride with the Blue Angels in the late 1980s.
The Iconic Fillmore Auditorium ReopensAfter being damaged in the 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake and the untimely 1991 death of legendary promoter Bill Graham, the iconic Fillmore Auditorium reopened on April 27, 1994.
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.
Meet The Fastest Talking Cab Dispatcher In The WestDeSoto Cab's Phil Ward kept those cabs moving as the fastest talking dispatcher in the West in 1981.
Patty Hearst Drama Grips The Bay AreaFew dramas have captured the attention of Bay Area residents like that of the Patty Hearst kidnapping in Feb. 1974.
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.
KPIX 5 Wins Emmy For Coverage Of Deadly Wine Country WildfiresA massive firestorm fueled by the worst outbreak of wildfires in California history roared through Napa, Sonoma and Lake counties, destroying home and businesses and killing more than 40 people. KPIX won a local Emmy for its coverage of the fire.
KPIX 5 Launches Extensive Sky Drone 5 News CoverageKPIX 5 has emerged as a leader nationally in the use of drone technology to give viewers a unique look at their world and the news that impacts their lives.
PIX Now Debuts On Amazon And Google Devices KPIX 5 became the first local television station to launch hourly news updates for delivery on voice activated devices manufactured by Amazon and Google.