Vandals Smash Windows Of 50+ Cars Overnight In Benicia, American CanyonVandals systematically worked their way through several Benicia and American Canyon neighborhoods early Tuesday, smashing vehicle windows and rifling through glove boxes and back seats. Don Ford reports. (2-12-2019)
Deadly Wrong-Way Freeway Crash Injured Greek Concert Producers, Music FansNew details have arisen about the wrong-way crash on Highway 101 in San Francisco that killed 2 early Sunday morning. 9 others were injured; many of them were concert producers from a Greek production company and they were accompanied by music fans. Joe Vasquez reports. (2-3-2019)
Father Of 7 Dead After Wrong-Way Freeway Crash In San FranciscoA car driving the wrong way on Highway 101 in San Francisco collided head-on with an Uber minivan, leaving the two drivers dead. The Uber driver was a father of 7 from Concord who immigrated to the U.S. from Afghanistan. Joe Vasquez reports. (2-3-2019)
Tensions High At Meeting For Lombard St. TollNeighbors showed up to a meeting to tell county officials that they are fed up with the tourists and traffic jams that plague Lombard St. But they can't all agree on how to fix the problem. Christin Ayers reports. (1-30-2019)
SF Mulls Imposing Fee To Drive Down Congested Lombard St.State legislators will have the final say in charging a public toll for the public street. If everything passes, the fee could be in place by summer 2020. Andrea Nakano reports. (1-23-2019)
Rain-Induced Potholes on Bay Area Roads Take Toll on Car Tires, SuspensionThe rain may be about to take a break but the obstacle course that local drivers must deal with is only likely to get worse. Devin Fehely reports. (1-17-19)
SJ Neighborhood A Hot Target For Car, Package ThievesCar and package thieves are targeting an area of San Jose near the Santa Clara border, since it's an easy getaway to I-880. Some residents are taking extreme measures to protect their valuables. Len Ramirez reports. (1-9-2019)
KPIX Investigation Reveals Deep Flaws In Paratransit ServicesIn a 9-month investigation, KPIX 5 discovered dozens of disabled and special needs residents in the Bay Area complained about late rides, long waits and shoddy treatment by paratransit services. Juliette Goodrich reports. (12-26-2018)
Uber Resumes Self-Driving Car Tests in San FranciscoUber is getting back into the world of autonomous cars, just nine months after one of the company’s vehicles killed a woman in Tempe, Arizona. Melissa Caen reports. (12-20-18)
Tesla Mysteriously Catches Fire 10 Mins After Being TowedBetty Yu has new details on the Tesla Model S that caught fire Tuesday in Los Gatos. (12-18-2018)
KPIX 5 News @ 5 p.m.The Department of Motor Vehicles is cracking down on drivers who abuse temporary tags. Len Ramirez tells us about a new law that will do away with paper dealer license plates dealers often use for advertising.
Waymo Shows Off Autonomous Vehicle Advances to Public in Mountain ViewWaymo, a self-driving car company based in Silicon Valley, showed off its technology in Mountain View Thursday during its last public meeting of the year. Maria Medina reports. (12-13-18)
Waymo Set to Test Fleet of Self-Driving Cars in Peninsula CitiesMountain View-based Waymo is hosting a public meeting to discuss the next phase of testing of its self-driving technology. Devin Fehely reports. (12-13-18)
Police Say Tesla Driver Was Asleep at Wheel With Autopilot OnAuthorities say Alexander Samek, who chairs the planning commission for the city of Los Altos, was sleeping behind the wheel of his Tesla when he was pulled over on Highway 101 for DUI. Len Ramirez reports. (11-30-18)
Famed Mustang from 'Bullitt' Featured at San Francisco Auto ShowThe San Francisco Auto Show is back at Moscone Center, with a lineup of classics like Mustangs and Aston Martins, along with brand new and high-tech rides. Don Ford reports. (11-22-18)
Civil Rights Advocates Denounce San Francisco Car-Impound PolicyOn Thursday, Bay Area Legal Aid sent a letter to the SF City Attorney, demanding that the city cease its towing practices and work to develop an alternative policy that protects the rights of low-income and homeless San Franciscans. Susie Steimle reports. (10-11-18)
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)
Drivers Post Signs in Car Windows to Dissuade Smash-and-Grab BurglarsYou could call them "signs of the times." San Francisco drivers are trying a new tactic to keep crooks out of their cars. Mary Lee reports. (9-6-18)
DMV Says Wait Times Are Down StatewideThe DMV is out with a bold claim. The agency says it has cut wait times over the past two months. KPIX 5' Da Lin checked out a Bay Area office. (9-6-18)
New Hybrid Electric Porsche Unveiled at Monterey Car WeekPorsche is charging ahead in the electric car market with a lineup of plug-in hybrids and Betty Yu got to take its latest model, the Panamera e-Hybrid Sport Turismo for a spin. (8-23-18)
Bay Area Company Builds Prototype of Next-Gen Autonomous AutoA Bay Area startup called Zoox is putting a new spin on self-driving cars. Instead of building the technology around the car, they're doing it the other way around. Betty Yu reports. (8-17-18)
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)
Bay Area Auto Club Celebrates Ford's 10 Millionth MustangFord Motor Co. marked production of the 10 millionth Mustang with celebrations Wednesday at the automaker's headquarters and at the Flat Rock Assembly Plant and here, in the Bay Area, longtime fans of the iconic sports car praised its virtues. John Ramos reports. (8-8-18)
DMV Rejects Audit Proposal, Asks for More Money to Reduce Wait TimesDMV Director Jean Shiomoto asked legislators for more money to hire more people to get the epic long lines moving. Susie Steimle reports. (8-8-18)

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