KPIX at 70: 'Dirty Jobs' Host Mike Rowe Remembers Evening MagazineIn 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: Mike Rowe. (11-8-18)
Elon Musk Meets Joe Rogan, Smokes Weed, Courts ControversyThe CEO of Tesla and SpaceX spent more than two-and-a-half hours Thursday night talking to podcast host Joe Rogan about what it's like inside his head. But video of Musk apparently smoking marijuana and drinking whiskey seemed likely to further shake investor confidence. Len Ramirez reports. (9-7-18)
Burt Reynolds, Star of Film and TV Dies at Age 82Burt Reynolds, the handsome, Emmy-winning television star and film actor known for his performances in "Deliverance" and "Boogie Nights," commercial hits such as "Smokey and the Bandit" and for an active off-screen love life died at age 82. (9-6-18)
Kaepernick Nike Ad to Air During NFL OpenerFirst a billboard now a new TV ad for Nike. Colin Kaepernick revealed Nike's new commercial to his Twitter followers and, when it airs, the ad will be seen by millions of football fans. Mary Lee reports. (9-5-18)
Vern Glenn Plays Baseball Manager For Real But Not For LongMr. Involvement, Vern Glenn, got a (brief) opportunity to run a ball club and his respect for skippers everywhere shot way up. (8-31-18)
Tech Mogul Jailed After Probation Revoked in Domestic Violence CaseGurbaksh Chahal, founder of online advertising companies Gravity4 and RadiumOne, sobbed while asking San Francisco Superior Court Judge Tracy Brown for leniency. Melissa Caen reports. (8-31-18)
Famed Bay Area Producer Remembers Aretha FranklinGrammy-winning musician and record producer Narada Michael Walden talked with KPIX 5's Andria Borba about his experience working with soul music icon Aretha Franklin who died Thursday at age 76. (8-16-18)
Talking Politics: Trump Derangement / Berniecrats StumbleIs Pres. Trump making people crazy? And, is Bernie Sanders' brand helping or hurting the Democratic Party? Phil Matier, Joe Garofoli and Willie Brown tackle those subjects. (8-12-18)
Tesla CEO Elon Musk's Buyout Bid Raises Legal ConcernsThe SEC has opened an inquiry into the wording and method of Musk's disclosure via Twitter about a proposed $72 billion deal to take Tesla private. Betty Yu reports. (8-8-18)
Newly-Released Photos Document Historic Johnny Cash Prison PerformancesNewly-released photographs show Johnny Cash as he performed at Folsom Prison in 1968, and later at San Quentin State Prison in 1969. Allen Martin reports. (7-13-18)
Pres. Bill Clinton, Author James Patterson Tout Their Novel in San JoseFormer president Bill Clinton and novelist James Patterson came to San Jose's SAP Center on Thursday night to discuss their co-authored book, "The President Is Missing." Maria Medina reports. (6-28-18)
2018 Pride Parade Highlights: Celebrity Grand Marshals, Warriors TrophyLiam Mayclem received a lesson in how to "vogue" by S.F. Pride celebrity grand marshal Jose Xtravaganza as KPIX cameras caught the Warriors recently-won NBA championship trophy carried by Pride sponsor Kaiser Permanente. (6-24-18)
Swan Oyster Depot, Favored by Anthony Bourdain, Mourns Loss of Famous ChefThe sudden death of author, culinary star and television personality Anthony Bourdain in an apparent suicide early Friday left those who work at his favorite San Francisco restaurant in shock. Susie Steimle reports. (6-8-18)
At Issue: Social Media ConsequencesKPIX 5's Phil Matier talks with Harmeet Dhillon, a lawyer and Republican Party official, about the consequences of personal statements on social media in the workplace. (6-3-18)
Comedian Bill Cosby Convicted of Sexual AssaultCosby was convicted Thursday of drugging and molesting Temple University employee Andrea Constand at his suburban Philadelphia mansion 14 years ago in a verdict women's advocates called a turning point in the #MeToo movement. Joe Vazquez reports. (4-26-18)
Bay Area Fans Remember Legendary Bay Area DJ Cameron PaulA man known as 'the godfather of mixing' in the Bay Area has died. Maria Medina tells us about the life and music of legendary DJ, Cameron Paul.
Harvey Weinstein 'Casting Couch' Statue Debuts on Hollywood Boulevard"Casting Couch" is a collaborative work between a Los Angeles street artist known as Plastic Jesus and Joshua "Ginger" Monroe, designer of 2016's nude Donald Trump statues placed in major U.S. cities. (3-1-18)
Bay Area Congressman Asked Presidential Aide About Lying for TrumpEast Bay congressman Eric Swalwell was the one who asked the question that led to Hope Hicks saying she told "white lies" for Pres. Trump. Melissa Caen reports. (3-1-18)
Oldest Park Ranger Releases Inspiring Autobiography at Age 96At age 96, Betty Reid Soskin is best known for serving as the country's oldest National Park ranger, still giving tours of the Rosie the Riveter National Park in Richmond. Now she's a celebrated author as well. John Ramos reports. (2-22-18)
Palo Alto High School Paints Over Murals by James FrancoPalo Alto High School principal Kim Diorio directed workers to paint over former student James Franco's mural on the school's student center. However, other paintings by the popular actor, writer and director remain inside the Media Arts Center. Kiet Do reports. (2-1-18)
It's Grammy Time!Dallas Osborn from the NEW ALT 105.3 and Billy Vidal from Q102SF share their Grammy picks and favorites with BAF's Michelle Griego.
Bay Area Hip-Hop Group 'Alphabet Rockers' Nominated For GrammyA Bay Area hip-hop group has been nominated for a Grammy. Betty Yu met the 'Alphabet Rockers' who are up for Best Children's Album.
Oakland Native Kehlani Goes for Grammys GoldJust a few years ago, she was couch surfing and homeless. But now, young Oakland native Kehlani has a huge contract with Atlantic Records millions of social media followers and two new Grammy nominations. Betty Yu reports. (1-26-18)
Gospel Singer Edwin Hawkins Dies At 74Gospel star and Oakland native Edwin Hawkins has died. John Ramos tells us, the singer was battling pancreatic cancer and died in his home in Pleasanton.