Beginning Jan. 29, private vehicles will no longer be allowed to drive the busiest stretch of San Francisco's Market Street, from near Van Ness Ave all the way to the waterfront. Wilson Walker reports. (1-24-20)

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San Francisco to Prohibit Private Vehicles on Major Section of Market StreetBeginning Jan. 29, private vehicles will no longer be allowed to drive the busiest stretch of San Francisco's Market Street, from near Van Ness Ave all the way to the waterfront. Wilson Walker reports. (1-24-20)
Sonoma Raceway Opens Sears Point Performance Driving SchoolSonoma Raceway at Sears Point is launching its own racing school and KPIX 5's Betty Yu took a turn on the track. (1-17-20)
Tesla Stock Hits Record as 2019 Sales SoarShares of electric car maker Tesla Inc. hit a record closing price Friday after the company reported that its global deliveries rose more than 50% last year. Andria Borba reports (1-3-20)
62nd Annual San Francisco International Auto Show OpensAt the 62nd annual San Francisco International Auto Show, dozens of companies from around the world -- think Fords, Fiats, Ferrari -- vie to catch your eye. Don Ford reports. (11-28-19)
Camera Catches East Bay Thieves Stealing Prius Catalytic Converter In MinutesThieves have been targeting catalytic converters on certain car models in the East Bay. One homeowner caught suspects on camera stealing his car's part in around five minutes. Devin Fehely reports. (11-24-2019)
Tesla Powers Into the Pickup Market With Electric 'Cybertruck'Tesla CEO Elon Musk is taking on the workhorse heavy pickup truck market with his latest electric vehicle the "Cybertruck." Sara Donchey reports. (11-21-19)
U.S. Marshals Auction Prized Cars, Including Burt Reynolds' Trans AmThe U.S. Marshals are auctioning the largest single-owner car collection they've ever sold, including a 1978 Trans Am that was owned by Burt Reynolds. Don Ford reports. (10-24-2019)
Tesla Posts Quarterly Profit, Surprising Wall Street And Thrilling InvestorsTesla posted an unexpected profit, surprising Wall Street and thrilling investors and its customer base. Shares jumped over 17% on Thursday, a day after the earnings report. Len Ramirez reports. (10-24-2019)
Drivers Say Tesla 'Smart Summon' Feature Not Ready to RollTesla is touting a feature that allows your car to pick you up but it's not always a smooth ride. Devin Fehely reports. (10-4-19)
Women Drive Demand for Hot Wheels at Monterey Car WeekMonterey Car Week promises to show off the best of the world’s most luxurious and fastest cars. And, this year, automakers say they’re seeing more women than ever get behind the wheel and purchase supercars.. Betty Yu reports. (8-16-19)
Fancy Wheels Turn Heads at Car Week on Monterey PeninsulaThe Monterey Peninsula is going car-crazy this week as the rarest and most expensive automobiles on the planet are driving into town. Len Ramirez reports from Carmel. (8-16-19)
California Bypasses Trump, Reaches Deal With 4 Automakers to Raise Gas MileageFour major automakers have reached a deal with California to toughen standards for gas mileage and greenhouse gas emissions, bypassing the Trump administration’s push to relax mileage standards nationwide instead. Melissa Caen reports. (7-25-19)
All California DMV Offices Close For Half-Day Employee TrainingThe California Department of Motor Vehicles shut down all offices Wednesday morning for a four hour training session on processing the new REAL ID driver’s licenses, but it was also about making the offices more customer friendly. John Ramos reports. (7-24-2019)
Motorcyclist Killed in Collision With Car, Truck in ConcordPolice are searching for the driver of a hit-and-run crash that left a motorcyclist dead in Concord early Sunday morning. Devin Fehely reports. (7-21-2019)
1 Dead After Tesla Crashes Into Tourists At San Francisco IntersectionOne pedestrian is dead and another is in in life-threatening condition following a two-car crash at the intersection of Taylor and O'Farrell Streets in San Francisco on Sunday afternoon. Katie Nielsen reports. (7-21-2019)
San Jose Police Crack Down On Street Racing SpectatorsThere's a first-of-its-kind crackdown on street racing in the Bay Area. Police in San Jose are also zeroing in on street racing spectators. Kiet Do reports. (7-3-2019)
SFO-Bound Ride-Hailing Drivers Jam Millbrae, Burlingame StreetsThe mayors of Millbrae and Burlingame called an ongoing traffic jam near San Francisco International Airport "unacceptable" in a letter to Uber and Lyft Friday and requested a meeting with the companies to resolve the issue. Maria Medina reports. (6-28-19)
Family Sues Tesla After Model X Pinned Pregnant Mother In Garage, Broke Her BonesA family filed a lawsuit in Alameda County suing Tesla, claiming the company's car pinned an 8-month pregnant woman into the wall of her own garage, breaking her bones and sending her into premature labor. Andrea Nakano reports. (5-29-2019)
Carnaval San Francisco: Low-Riders Will Lead the ParadeSan Francisco's big Carnaval parade is set to take over the Mission District this Sunday and KPIX 5's Joe Vazquez takes a look at the low-rider lifestyle that helped define Bay Area Latino culture. (5-24-19)
Ford Announces Global Job CutsFord says it is cutting thousands of jobs around the world.
Autopilot Was in Use Before Tesla Hit Semi TrailerA Tesla Model S involved in a fatal crash with a semitrailer in Florida March 1 was operating on the San Francisco Bay Area-based automaker's semi-autonomous Autopilot system, federal investigators have determined. Kiet Do reports. (5-16-19)
East Palo Alto Program Allows People Living In RVs To Park On City-Owned LandInstead of banning RVs off the streets altogether, East Palo Alto city leaders and the nonprofit organization Project WeWork joined together to create the RV Safe Parking Pilot Program. Maria Medina reports. (5-14-2019)
Multi-Vehicle Fatal Accident Closes All Lanes Of Hwy 12 In FairfieldA major injury crash involving 5 vehicles shut down all lanes of Highway 12 in Fairfield on Wednesday evening. CHP Solano reported one person has died. (5-8-2019)
Rideshare Drivers Plan To Strike Ahead Of Uber's IPOUber is about to raise billions by going public on May 9, while Lyft has already cashed in with Wall Street investors. Now, rideshare drivers who also want a piece of the action are planning a collective protest. Wilson Walker reports. (5-7-2019)

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