Surrounded by relatives of people killed in police shootings, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed AB392, which implements the strongest standards on when officers can use deadly force. (8/19/19)
Raw Video: Newsom Signs Bill Changing Police Use Of Force StandardsSurrounded by relatives of people killed in police shootings, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed AB392, which implements the strongest standards on when officers can use deadly force. (8/19/19)
Pedestrian Hit, Killed In Overnight Crash In FremontA pedestrian was fatally struck early Monday morning on Paseo Padre Parkway in Downtown Fremont. Katie Nielsen reports. (8/19/19)
Outrage Over Release of Suspect in SF Condo Attack Spurs Discussion of Mental Illness PolicyAn early-morning condo attack caught on camera is now stirring up debate over why the suspect was set free. Team coverage by Wilson Walker and Phil Matier. (8-16-19)
Staying Alert Key to Staying Safe on Big-City Streets"If you’re going to engage in the city and walk around you have to be aware of your surroundings," advises self-defense expert Jimmy Choi. Andria Borba reports. (8-15-19)
S.F. Mayor Speaks Out on Quick Release of Suspect in Condo Attack Caught on CameraThe victim of an early Sunday morning assault outside the lobby of her building in San Francisco was shocked and angry to learn Wednesday morning her attacker had been released from custody. Wilson Walker reports. (8-15-19)
A-Rod Latest Victim Of SF Car Robberies, Loses $500K Of ValuablesBaseball legend Alex Rodriguez and some of his ESPN broadcasting crew were eating dinner at the Marlowe restaurant in San Francisco after broadcasting the Giants game when their rental car was robbed. Joe Vazquez reports. (8-12-2019)
Thief Steals Million Dollars Worth Of Goods From A-Rod's Parked Rental CarA thief smashed the window of Yankee shortstop A-Rod's rental car parked near Oracle Park and made off with half a million dollars worth of goods. Phil Matier tells us he was in town for the ESPN broadcast of the Giants game.
Tracy Lyft Driver Arrested For Allegedly Raping Intoxicated Female PassengerThe victim told police that the driver picked her up from a bar in San Mateo. The next thing she knew, she was being assaulted at the man's home in Tracy. Joe Vazquez reports. (8-11-2019)
At Issue: Gun Control and CongressKPIX 5's Phil Matier discusses gun violence and legislation with Bay Area congressman Mark DeSaulnier (D-Concord). (8-11-19)
Police Arrest Armed Suspect on San Jose State CampusA suspected gunman was apprehended late Thursday on the campus of San Jose State University. Maria Medina reports. (8-8-19)
Raw Video: SJSU on Lockdown Following Report of Possible Gunman on CampusPolice searched for a possible gunman on the San Jose State University campus Thursday evening, He was later detained. (8-8-19)
San Rafael Keeps Flags at Half Staff to Protest Lax Gun LawsCommunities across the country have lowered their flags to half staff to honor the victims of recent mass shootings but leaders in one North Bay city plan to keep them down as an act of protest. John Ramos reports. (8-8-19)
Residents Hope Crackdown on Drug Dealing in S.F. Tenderloin Has Lasting EffectFederal agents and S.F. police arrested nearly a hundred people in the Tenderloin. Locals say it has cleared out some of the drug dealing in the area but will it last? Melissa Caen reports. (8-8-19)
San Jose PD Launches Rapid-Response Programs to Stop Mass ShootersThe San Jose police department is launching a pair of new programs aimed at providing a rapid response to mass shootings at schools and public gatherings. Kiet Do reports. (8-8-19)
Sophisticated Tenderloin Drug Operation Relied On BART To Push DrugsFederal officials say 32 people are in custody as part of an initiative to clean up the Tenderloin. Court documents allege two crime organizations were running drugs from Mexico to Oakland, and then to the streets of the Tenderloin. Christin Ayers reports. (8-7-2019)
Feds: Honduran Drug Dealers Carpooled Into Tenderloin To Sell Heroin, Fentanyl And CocaineIn hundreds of pages of charging documents, the DEA says it has cracked two drug trafficking rings run by Honduran nationals who were based in Oakland and selling in San Francisco's Tenderloin. Andria Borba reports. (8-7-2019)
1980s 'Ski Mask Rapist' Up For Parole Hearing Under New State LawThe "Ski Mask Rapist," who was sentenced to more than 400 years in prison after being convicted of 25 rapes in the 1980s, will face a parole board hearing on Wednesday under a new state law. Jackie Ward rpeorts. (8/7/19)
1 Dead Following Police Pursuit, Crash In Napa CountyOne person has died following a police pursuit and crash in Napa County on Monday night. Jackie Ward reports. (8/6/19)
Family Of Shoplifters Caught On Video Stealing Lego Set From Concord Toy StoreA store owner in Concord says a family of thieves targeted his toy shop. Joe Vazquez tells us us the parents are accused of using their kid to commit a crime.
2 Accused Of Climbing On Top Of Construction Crane In Downtown San JoseTwo people have been taken into custody on suspicion of climbing to the top of a construction crane across from City Hall in Downtown San Jose early Monday morning. Anne Makovec reports. (8/5/19)
29 Killed In 2 Mass Shootings On SaturdayThe death toll from two Saturday shootings has risen to 29--9 were killed in Dayton, OH and 20 were killed in El Paso, TX. CBS reporter Hilary Lane reports from El Paso. (8-4-2019)
Father Of Bay Area Teen Accused Of Killing Italian Police Officer Defends SonThe father of one of the Bay Area teens accused of killing an Italian police officer met with media Saturday night. Maria Medina tells us what he had to say after visiting his son in Rome.
Heightened Security At Bay Area Festivals After Mass Shootings In El Paso, GilroyThere is heightened security at festivals across the Bay Area after another mass shooting, this time in Texas, killing at least 20 people. Katie Nielsen is at the Fremont Arts Festival where police are on alert.
Contra Costa County Wildfires Force Evacuations, Impact Air QualityWildfires burning along Marsh Creek Road in Clayton prompted evacuations. Devin Fehely reports, residents had little time to clear out of their homes.
Audit Finds Oakland Police Under-Reported Use of Force IncidentsAn internal Oakland PD audit found that officers failed to report use of force on a number of occasions. Now, activists are taking a closer look at the numbers and say they're finding even more disturbing information. Christin Ayers reports. (8-2-19)
Gilroy Gunman Killed Himself, Officials SaySanta Clara County Medical Examiner-Coroner's Office said 19-year-old Santino William Legan died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Len Ramirez reports. (8-2-19)
Man Arrested for Spraying Racist Graffiti in Bay Point NeighborhoodContra Costa County Sheriff investigators have arrested a man for an ugly incident involving racist graffiti. The suspect, a man named Alvin Brown, lives in the same neighborhood. Andria Borba reports. (8-2-19)
Eastbound I-80 Clear After Overnight Rollover Crash Involving Big-RigEastbound I-80 near Pinole is clear, hours after a big-rig overturned. Police said the big-rig driver was trying to avoid a drunk driver who was asleep at the wheel. Jackie Ward reports. (8/2/19)
Santa Clara County Fair Opening With Strong Security In Wake Of Gilroy ShootingThe Santa Clara County Fair in San Jose is opening Thursday with tighter security, four days after a gunman killed three people at the Gilroy Garlic Festival in a mass shooting. Jackie Ward reports. (8/1/19)