After 21 years as KCBS news radio morning anchor, Stan Bunger said goodbye on Friday. Sharon Chin reports. (6-13-21)

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Longtime KCBS News Radio Anchor Stan Bunger RetiresAfter 21 years as KCBS news radio morning anchor, Stan Bunger said goodbye on Friday. Sharon Chin reports. (6-13-21)
In Focus: California Wildfires and HousingAllen Martin talks with Karen Chapple, director of the Center for Community Innovation at UC Berkeley, about California housing policy in wildfire-risk areas. (6-10-21)
COVID Update: Infectious Disease Expert on Relaxing Mask RulesUCSF infectious disease expert Dr. Monica Gandhi talks with Allen Martin. (6-3-21)
KPIX Special Report: Crime & Punishment in San FranciscoKen Bastida and Elizabeth Cook host a KPIX original report on the changing landscape of crime and law enforcement in the city. Reports from Kenny Choi and Wilson Walker and an interview with district attorney Chesa Boudin. (5-23-21)
KPIX Web Extra: S.F. District Attorney Chesa BoudinSan Francisco district attorney Chesa Boudin spoke at length with KPIX 5's Ken Basida on the subject of crime and law enforcement in the city. (5-23-21)
Mangum P.I. is BackA new episode of Magnum P.I. airs Friday night on KPIX 5. Gianna Franco talked to the show's stars Zachary Knighton and Stephen Hill about what fans can expect.
COVID Q&A: Will a Third Dose of Vaccine Be Necessary?Ken Bastida talks with UCSF epidemiologist Dr. George Rutherford about whether a yearly "booster" shot of the coronavirus vaccine will be required. (4-15-21)
KPIX Exclusive: Interview With Security Guard Who Intervened in Market Street Attack on Asian WomanThe San Francisco security guard who took down the suspect in an attack against an elderly Asian woman on Market Street last month told KPIX how the incident went down. Betty Yu reports. (4-9-21)
Stanford Coach VanDerveer Charges NCAA With SexismStanford coach Tara VanDerveer issued a statement Saturday night upset at “evidence of blatant sexism" by the NCAA that is “purposeful and hurtful." Jericka Duncan reports. (3-21-21)
California Coronavirus Variant on CDC Watch ListCalifornia's dominant and infectious COVID-19 strain is now on the CDC watch list as one of four "variants of concern" in the world. Allen Martin speaks with UCSF prof. Dr. Peter Chin-Hong. (3-18-21)
Victims of EDD Debit Card Hacking Describe Experiences on the Road to RecoveryUnemployment debit card accounts of tens of thousands of Californians have been hacked and KPIX has learned that Bank of America, which has the exclusive contract to handle the funds for the state Employment Development Department, is facing yet another class-action lawsuit. Kenny Choi reports. (2-6-21)
Peninsula School District Plans Imminent Return of Students to ClassroomThe Ravenswood school district operates three campuses in East Palo Alto and one in Menlo Park. It has applied for a waiver to bring back some of its youngest and highest-need students. Allen Martin reports. (1-21-21)
Bay Area Members of Congress Weigh In on New Trump ImpeachmentRep. Zoe Lofgren (D-San Jose) and Rep. Mark DeSaulnier (D-Concord) explain why they think Pres. Trump should be impeached even as his official time in office is almost at an end. Devin Fehely reports. (1-9-21)
Health Expert Proposes Distributing Vaccine by LotteryUCSF Dept. of Medicine chairman Dr. Bob Wachter tells Allen Martin that California should consider a lottery system to pick up the pace of coronavirus vaccinations. (1-7-21)
Brentwood Trump Supporters Say It's Time to End Conflict Over ElectionTrump supporters in the east Contra Costa County town of Brentwood say they're ready for the election and the hard feelings and sporadic violence associated with it to end. Andrea Nakano reports. (11-6-20)
Insider Analysis: Leon Panetta on Biden TransitionWhat happens if Pres. Trump loses and refuses to concede? Da Lin spoke with former California congressman Leon Panetta who has also served as U.S. Secretary of Defense, White House chief of staff and director of the CIA. (11-6-20)
Election Analysis: Trump's Shrinking OptionsThe president has a few new wins and losses in his column resulting from legal challenges by his campaign team. Allen Martin spoke with election law expert Bertrall Ross about the president's path forward. (11-5-20)
Bay Area Republicans React to Possible End of Trump PresidencyKPIX 5's Juliette Goodrich talked with Bay Area members of the Republican Party to see how they were processing the nail-biter presidential election of 2020. (11-4-20)
Politics Insider: What Lies Ahead for a Divided NationAllen Martin spoke with political analyst Paul Henderson about the presidential election how hard he thinks it will be going forward for whoever wins the presidency. (11-4-20)
Mobile Lab Brings Breast Cancer Testing to the NeighborhoodMany women are missing routine mammograms during the pandemic. Now a high-tech van is making this crucial screening more convenient. Elizabeth Cook reports. (10-30-20)
A Look Back: San Bruno Rocked By PG&E Pipeline ExplosionAllen Martin looks back at the deadly San Bruno Pipeline that left eight people dead and destroyed over 30 houses on Sept. 9, 2010.
Former EDD Director Suggests Fraud Behind 'Ridiculously Outsized' Unemployment ClaimsMichael Bernick, former director of the Employment Development Department, thinks fraud could be behind a suspiciously high number of claims. (9-3-20)
Santa Cruz Sheriff News Conference: Arrest in Firefighter Wallet TheftThe Santa Cruz County Sheriff announced Thursday the arrest of a Sutter County man who confessed to stealing a fire commander’s wallet while he fought the CZU Lightning Complex Fire. (8-27-20)
Rolling Blackouts: What the Future HoldsKPIX 5's Juliette Goodrich spoke to a Stanford University professor of economics about California's power crisis and what can be done to prevent future blackouts. (8-17-20)

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