'Write To Read' Program At Camp Sweeney Helps Young People Re-Engage With EducationJefferson Award Winner Teaches At Write To Read Program
'Missing In America' Project Secures Proper Burials For Forgotten VeteransJefferson Award Winner Leads Sonoma County Missing In America Project
Ranchin' Vets Helps Military Veterans Adjust To Civilian LifeJefferson Award Winners Founded Ranchin' Vets
Great White Shark Sightings on the Rise in Monterey BayAs the marine ecosystem in Monterey Bay has improved, biologists and boaters have seen an uptick in close encounters with Great White sharks. Betty Yu reports. (5-14-18)
Former S.F. Sheriff Misses Court Appearance Regarding Dog AttackFormer San Francisco County Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi was a no-show in court on Thursday where he had been summoned to defend his dog -- accused of attacking a woman's pet Chihuahua in March. (5-10-18)
Furry Friends Pet Relief Keeps Animals Out Of East Bay SheltersJefferson Award Winner Founded Furry Friends Pet Relief
More Earthquakes As Lava Flows On Streets Of Hawaii's Big IslandThousands of people on Hawaii's big island have been forced to evacuate after a volcano sent lava pouring into the streets. Jackie Ward reports there have been more temblors since Friday's 6.9 magnitude earthquake triggered the eruption.
Champions of Science Program Sparks Curiosity In Oakland StudentsJefferson Award Winner Leads Champions of Science
Neighbors Hit Company In Charge Of SF Naval Shipyard Cleanup With $27 Billion LawsuitThe company accused of fraud in the cleanup of contaminated land at the former Hunter’s Point Naval Shipyard in San Francisco is getting hit with a massive lawsuit. Jackie Ward tells us why.
Tale Of Two Tahoes: Local Workers Who Cater To Tourists Can Barely SurviveLake Tahoe's pristine ski resorts and multi-million dollar homes hide a sad fact. Many workers there can barely survive. Betty Yu reports on the 'Tale of Two Tahoes.'
Gathering At Baker Beach To Remember Burning Man Founder Larry HarveyThere was a gathering at Baker Beach in San Francisco to remember Larry Harvey, the founder of Burning Man.
Prius Power Problems Plague ToyotaProblems for Toyota are piling up as new complaints roll in about the Prius, one of their most popular models. Katie Nielsen explains.
106-Year-Old San Jose Chocolate Shop Closes Its DoorsA popular San Jose chocolate shop is closing its doors. Devin Fehely went to Schurra's and found customers lining up for one last morsel.
Driver Facing Attempted Murder Charges After Dragging CHP Officer On I-80Nicole Wade of Pittsburg was arrested Friday on suspicion of attempted murder after she dragged a California Highway Patrol officer clinging to her car down eastbound Interstate 80 in San Francisco, the CHP said.
BART Tests On 10-Mile Stretch North Of San Jose Could Get NoisyThe quiet neighborhoods that border the BART tracks in Berryessa are to get noisy. Len Ramirez tells us it's because BART and VTA are running round-the-clock trains, to test the new tracks north of San Jose.
Rebuilding After Wine Country Wildfires Creates Jobs For Skilled Construction WorkersAfter the devastating wine country wildfires, homeowners are starting to rebuild. Shirin Rajaee tells us how skilled construction workers are getting trained and hired.
3-Alarm Fire In SF's Inner Sunset DistrictSan Francisco firefighters battled a three-alarm fire in the Sunset District Saturday night.
Bay Area Non-Profit Working To Clean Up Great Pacific Garbage PatchA bay area non-profit is working on a way to clean up the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Mary Lee tells us about the plan to pick up all that plastic.
Former First Lady Barbara Bush Laid To Rest In HoustonBarbara Bush was eulogized in Texas Saturday before family, friends and former presidents. Weija Jiang shows us the touching tributes to the former first lady.
Berkeley's Elmwood Cafe Closes After Racial Profiling Scandal ResurfacesBerkeley's beleaguered Elmwood Cafe suddenly shut down Friday, but there may be a ray of hope for the people who worked there.
Oakland Grocery Store Will Grow, Sell Produce In Area Starved For Fresh FoodPeople living in West Oakland were fed up with the lack of fresh food in their neighborhood, so they decided to grow their own grocery store. Da Lin tells us how.
Families Submit DNA Samples To Help Crack Unsolved Missing Persons CasesInvestigators in San Mateo County are asking families to come forward with DNA samples to try to crack some of their oldest missing persons cases. Devin Fehely met one family hoping for closure.
Complaints Mount Over Electric Scooters Littering SF StreetsElectric scooters are the hottest transportation trend in San Francisco, and the most controversial. Katie Neilsen tells us the complaints are about where they are being dumped.
Woman Raped, Beaten After Getting Into Car That Wasn't Her RideshareKPIX 5 News @ 5 p.m.A night out at a San Francisco bar took a dangerous turn for a woman trying to get home. Susie Steimle tells us she got into a car she thought was her rideshare, and was raped.