Protester Throws Red Liquid Substance At CA Lawmakers Causing Health ScareA protester was arrested after setting off a disturbing health scare at the state Capitol. She threw an object containing red liquid at lawmakers on the Senate floor. Betty Yu talked to an East Bay senator who was splattered by the substance.
Folks Find New 4-Legged Friends At The Pet Food Express Bay Area Pet FairThe Pet Food Express Bay Area Pet Fair is going on all weekend at the Alameda County Fairgrounds in Pleasanton. Devin Fehely spoke with fairgoers who are taking home their new 4-legged friends.
Saturday Night Forecast With Darren PeckCooler temperatures Sunday and possible rain on Monday.
Hundreds Of Bills Awaiting Governor Newsom's SignatureHundreds of bills are piled up on Governor Newsom's desk after state lawmakers wrapped up their latest legislative session. He has signed 294 and vetoed 6. KPIX 5 Political Reporter Melissa Caen shows us what he's still considering.
Track Repairs Near Highway 24 Causes Delays For Drivers, BART RidersAnother weekend of BART track repairs along Highway 24 is causing delays for people trying to get in and out of Lafayette. Andrea Nakano talked to frustrated commuters and BART riders.
Details Emerge About Woman Who Allegedly Threw Red Liquid At CA LawmakersRebecca Dalelio of Santa Cruz faces charges of assault and vandalism after she allegedly threw red liquid the color of blood on California lawmakers on the Senate floor during a protest.
East Bay Lawmaker Calls For Audit Of 'Oakland Promise' Scholarship ProgramOakland City Council President Rebecca Kaplan is calling for an audit of a scholarship program launched by Mayor Libby Schaaf known as 'Oakland Promise.' Schaaf defends the program but Da Lin reports that critics want proof of where the money is going.
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KPIX Saturday Morning News WrapA nine-minute roundup of local and national news plus a glance at the weather forecast with Devin Fehely, Melissa Caen and Darren Peck. (9-14-19)
Saturday Morning Pinpoint ForecastSweet (cool) relief is in the forecast after two days of baking temperatures, says Darren Peck. (9-14-19)
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Burning Vehicle on Bay Bridge Brings Friday-Night Gridlock to Downtown SFFour eastbound lanes on the Bay Bridge were reopened around 11:30 p.m. after a vehicle caught fire Friday night, closing all but one lane and creating gridlock in downtown San Francisco. (9-13-19)
SAP Center Celebrates 25th AnniversaryThe SAP Center's three day music festival to commemorate its 25th anniversary kicked off Friday with an impressive country music star lineup and enhanced security. Maria Medina reports. (9-13-19)
Felicity Huffman Heads to Short Prison Stay Possibly in Bay AreaFelicity Huffman has been sentenced to 14 days in prison, a hefty fine and 250 hours of community service plus a year probation. Betty Yu reports. (9-13-19)
Woman Arrested After Throwing Red Liquid on California SenatePolice have arrested a woman who threw a feminine hygiene device containing "what appeared to be blood" onto the floor of the state Senate, splashing onto lawmakers and forcing them to finish their work in a committee room. (9-13-19)
Raw Video: Vehicle Fire on Lower Deck of Bay BridgeA burning vehicle blocked several lanes on the lower deck of the Bay Bridge Friday night. (9-13-19)
2 BART Operators Say Next-Generation Trains May Be Unsafe for RidersTwo BART train operators are calling some of the transit agency's new "Fleet of the Future" trains "unsafe" and urge BART to offer more emergency training. Christin Ayers reports. (9-13-19)
State Steps Up Multimillion-Dollar Battle to Eradicate Nutria from DeltaThe Department of Fish and Wildlife was recently awarded $10 million to wipe out the large invasive rodents and that effort is now well underway. Wilson Walker reports. (9-13-19)
Marin County Mountain Biker to Compete in 2020 OlympicsKentfield's own Kate Courtney will be adding another milestone to her remarkable mountain biking career. Vern Glenn reports. (9-13-19)
S.F. Opens New Jobs Center in Lakeview NeighborhoodIn San Francisco's Lakeview neighborhood there's a new center to help locals find work. Melissa Caen reports. (9-13-19)
Rising Pacific Ocean Temperatures Could Mark Return of 'The Blob'A marine heat wave out in the Pacific resembles something that happened in 2015. Biologists won't know the full impact on sea life for several months. Emily Turner reports. (9-13-19)
Activists Demand Traffic Safety in S.F. TenderloinAs the toll of traffic injuries and deaths adds up in San Francisco, activists blocked one of the Tenderloin's most dangerous intersections to demand drastic action. Andria Borba reports. (9-13-19)
Bay Area Residents Scramble to Escape Soaring TempsIt was another day of sweltering weather around the Bay Area but relief is in the forecast. Team coverage from Paul Deanno and Da Lin. (9-13-19)
Bay Area Rocker Eddie Money Dies at 70Eddie Money, the former New York City police officer who rose to rock fame with such hits as ‘Two Tickets to Paradise’ has died at the age of 70, his family announced Friday. Allen Martin reports. (9-13-19)
Friday Evening Pinpoint ForecastAt last, a break in the heat is coming this weekend -- at least along the coast. (9-13-19)
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