Deadly Flu Epidemic Hits California HardMore than half the country is seeing a spike in flu cases. John Blackstone reports, the situation in California is deadly.
Pot-Sniffing Dogs' Jobs Jeopardized by Legal WeedWith recreational marijuana legal in California, law enforcement agencies throughout the state must now consider the fate of hundreds of pot-sniffing dogs. Sharon Chin has the story.
Fans Flock Figure Skating Championships To Meet Their IdolsCompetition was hot at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships in San Jose, but Maria Medina reports for some fans, not all the excitement took place on the ice.
Pot Sales Soar As Marijuana Stores Open For Business In Bay AreaFolks lined up on Saturday to buy pot legally at dispensaries across the Bay Area. Da Lin went to the Apothecarium in San Francisco.
Long Lines As Powerball Fever Sweeps Bay AreaLottery fever swept the Bay Area as people lined up at stores for a chance at a winning ticket. Emily Turner went to one lucky store.
Critics Slam 'Don't Drive High' PSA For Glorifying PotA Public Service Announcement that was supposed to deter people from driving while high has been pulled off the air.
DUI Suspect In Fatal CHP Crash Facing Second Degree MurderThe suspect in the fatal DUI crash that killed CHP officer Andrew Camilleri, is still in the hospital. However, Maria Medina reports that Muhammed Abraar Ali is now facing second degree murder charges, and more.
Rat On Plane Forces Cancellation Of Alaska Airline Flight At Oakland InternationalAlaska Airlines Flight 915 never left Oakland International Airport because a rat was spotted on board. Jackie Ward talked to passengers who had to deplane the Boeing 737.
Officers Shoot, Kill Armed Man Outside Redwood City BankPolice shot and killed a man outside a busy Redwood City bank Saturday afternoon. Christin Ayers talked with witnesses.
Officers Shoot, Kill Armed Man Outside Redwood City BankPolice shot and killed a man outside a busy Redwood City bank Saturday afternoon. Christin Ayers talked to police at the crime scene.
Gun Enthusiasts Stocking Up On Ammo Before Laws Change Jan 1Gun owners were stocking up on ammunition Saturday before new laws kick in across California on January 1. Katie Nielsen reports from an ammunition store in Dublin.
Funeral Services For CHP Officer Killed By Suspected DUI DriverHundreds of officers from all over the country, along with family and loved ones gathered at the funeral for a CHP officer killed by a suspected DUI driver. Da Lin was there.
Gas Station Attack, Robbery Attempt Caught On VideoPolice were searching for a robbery suspect who beat up a gas station clerk in Berkeley last week, but left without the loot.
Pier 39 Christmas Day Terror Attack Suspect In CourtThe man accused of planning a Christmas Day attack at San Francisco's Pier 39 was back in court on Thursday. Andria Borba reports on the day's proceedings.
Apple Apologizes For Making Older iPhone Battery SlowApple publicly apologized to customers for the battery performance of older iPhone models. Maria Medina tells us what the company is doing to make things right.
Long Lines At Assessor's Office As Homeowners Rush To Pay 2017 Property TaxesA lot of homeowners are rushing to pay their 2018 property taxes before the end of the year before the new Trump tax code kicks in, but Melissa Caen reports, Californians won't have that luxury.
Car Break-Ins On The Rise In San FranciscoSan Francisco has been hit with an epidemic of car break-ins. As Sharon Chin reports, despite stepped up efforts by the police, they've jumped 26 percent.
Remembering Actress Hiep Thi Le Who Fled Vietnam And Became A Hollywood StarKiet Do tells the incredible story of actress Hiep Thi Le who fled Vietnam in a fishing boat, grew up in Oakland, and went on to become a Hollywood actress. She died last week at 46.
Beached Whale Washes Up At Point ReyesA dead whale washed ashore at Point Reyes National Seashore on Christmas Eve, according to the Marine Mammal Center.
Fallen CHP Officer Honored In Police-Escorted Procession To Funeral HomeThe fallen CHP officer was honored in a police-escorted procession on the very freeways he vowed to protect. Juliette Goodrich was in Tracy where Officer Andrew Camilleri will be laid to rest.
FDA Investigation: Recalled Foods Remain In Stores Days After RecallAn investigation has yielded some troubling results concerning the way the FDA handles recalls. Anna Werner reports that some recalled foods aren't immediately pulled from store shelves, leaving you at risk.
Oakland City Leader Ordered To Pay Former Black Panther Leader $3.7 MillionAfter an altercation between Oakland city councilwoman Delsey Brooks and former Black Panther leader Elaine Brown, the city has been ordered to pay Brown $3.7 million in damages.
Fire Guts Philippine Shopping Mall Killing DozensPhilippine officials say a fire gutted a shopping mall in a southern city and some two dozen employees may have been trapped inside.
Eve Of Christmas Eve Bay Area Streets Full Of Last Minute ShoppersThe day before Christmas Eve has been dubbed Super Saturday. Andria Borba talked to shoppers to see what they were buying, and not buying.