75th Anniversary of Japanese Internment Brings Painful Memories, New FearsThis weekend marks a dark time in U.S. history -- the 75th anniversary of the Japanese Internment camps. Cate Cauguiran spoke to a couple who lived through that painful episode. (2-17-17)
Bay Area Trump Voter, A Muslim, Closes Business To Support 'Day Without Immigrants' ProtestRahban Gazzali says he now feels ashamed for supporting Donald Trump and now believes the president's travel ban was "a disgrace." Susie Steimle reports. (2-16-17)
Social Media Fans Fears of Immigration Raids In Bay AreaHundreds of immigration arrests across the country have taken place since last week. The sweeps creat panic and rampant rumors. Len Ramirez looks at how social media is spreading fear. (2-15-17)
South Bay Church Sign Welcoming Immigrants Repeatedly StolenA South Bay church put up a sign welcoming immigrants and refugees. Then it was stolen -- twice. Cate Cauguiran reports. (2-10-17)
Federal Appeals Court in S.F. Upholds Stay of Trump Travel BanThe three judges of the San Francisco-based 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals declined to block a lower-court ruling that suspended the ban. Melissa Caen reports. (2-9-17)
At Issue: Should California Be a Sanctuary State?State assemblyman Rob Bonta (D-Oakland) helped introduce a bill that would make California a so-called sanctuary state. On Sunday, he discussed the issue with Phil Matier. (2-5-17)
Federal Court in SF Denies Request for Travel Ban ReinstatementThe 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco asked challengers of the ban respond to the appeal and for the Justice Department to file a counter-response by Monday afternoon. Phil Matier and Maria Medina reports. (2-5-17)
Bay Area Conservatives Fear For Their SafetySome East Bay conservatives say they live a secret life. They can never tell anyone what they really feel like in fear of their safety. Cate Cauguiran went to one of their secret meetups.
Trump Travel Ban Sparks Protests Around The WorldPresident Trump is appealing the judge's block of his travel ban on immigrants from 7 Muslim countries. Meanwhile, protesters rallied around the world to denounce the ban.
1000s In SF Protest Trump's Travel Ban On 7 Muslim CountriesProtesters gathered in front of San Francisco's City Hall to protest President Trump's Muslim travel ban. Jackie Ward tells us the Department of Justice just filed an appeal of a judge's order to lift the ban.
Federal Judge In Seattle Blocks Trump Travel BanIn a major ruling on President Trump's travel ban, a West Coast judge has just blocked it ... for now. Andria Borba gets the reaction at SFO. (2-3-17)
Civil Rights Lawyers Give Guidance At SFO Following Trump Travel BanImmigration attorneys are still working marathon hours, dealing with last week's travel restrictions. They've been camped out at SFO since Saturday night, ready to advise anyone who gets detained. Andria Borba reports. (2-2-17)
SFUSD Sends Reassuring Robocall To Parents After Trump's Immigrant BanThe chaos and confusion surrounding President Trump’s executive order banning immigration from 7 Muslim countries prompted San Francisco school officials to send out a robocall Monday morning reassuring parents their children would be safe during the crackdown.
Team Coverage: Huge Crowd at SFO Protests Trump Travel BanDetainees released Sunday at SFO and others impacted by Pres. Trump's immigration ban were supported by thousands of protesters along with dozens of lawyers offering legal advice who crowded the airport on Sunday for a second day of demonstrations. Jessica Flores and John Ramos report. (1-29-17)
Silicon Valley Business Leaders Vow To Fight Immigration BanSome business leaders in Silicon Valley are vowing to fight President Trump's immigration ban. Carter Evans explains why.
Team Coverage: Immigrant Ban Sparks Protests From SFO To JFKPresident Trump's immigrant ban has sparked protests from SFO to JFK. KPIX 5's team coverage from Cate Cauguiran and Andria Borba.
Judge Issues Emergency Stay On Trump's Immigrant BanA federal judge in Brooklyn issued an emergency stay on President Trump’s executive order banning immigrants from 7 Muslim countries.
Hundreds Protest Muslim Travel Ban At SFO, JFK, Airports Across USPresident Trump's executive order banning travelers arriving from seven Muslim countries has sparked large protests at airports across the country. Jackie Ward has the situation at SFO.
Bay Area Syrians Fear 'Extreme Vetting' Will Leave Refugees Stranded AbroadPres. Trump is shutting all refugees out of the country for four months. When it comes to refugees from Syria -- they're banned indefinitely. Christin Ayers reports. (1-27-17)
Bay Area Mayors Voice Determination to Remain Sanctuary CitiesWednesday night, mayors of the Bay Area's three biggest cities were defiant, refusing to back down after Pres. Trump threatened to cut millions of dollars in federal funding from sanctuary cities. Christin Ayers reports. (1-25-17)
CA Governor Brown Delivers State Of The State AddressGovernor Brown delivered the annual State of the State address in Sacramento on Tuesday. As Allen Martin reports, the governor hit President Trump on immigration, and climate change.
Women Fill Streets Of SF, Oakland, San Jose, Walnut Creek To Protest TrumpWomen filled the streets of San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose, Walnut Creek and cities around the globe Saturday to protest President Donald Trump. KPIX 5's team coverage starts with Jackie Ward in SF, and goes to Sharon Chin in Oakland.
Bay Area Women Travel Across U.S. For Women's March In WashingtonThere were many, many women from the Bay Area at the Women's March in Washington D.C. KPIX 5 political reporter Melissa Caen talked to a few.
Far-Right Wing Breitbart Editor Returns To Davis To Decry Cancelled SpeechFar-right wing Breitbart editor Milos Yiannopoulos was back at UC Davis a day after his speech was shut down by protesters. Ansar Hassan spoke to the megaphone-wielding "provacateur."