Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, accused Britain's royal family of actively encouraging lies about her. (3-4-21)
Prince Harry, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex Begin New Life in CaliforniaMeghan, Duchess of Sussex, accused Britain's royal family of actively encouraging lies about her. (3-4-21)
Stanford Researcher On Science Of Compassion Got Secret Visit From Meghan Markle, Prince HarryPrince Harry and Meghan Markle were in the Bay Area February of 2020 right before the pandemic. Juliette Goodrich tells us about a secret visit Stanford researcher on the science of compassion.
Bay Area Sikh Protest Outside SF Indian Consulate; Continue Calls for Sovereign NationDozens of demonstrators gathered outside the Indian Consulate in San Francisco on Tuesday. John Ramos reports more here.
Tallest Cranes Ever Bound For Oakland Are Good Sign For Local EconomyWith some major technical maneuvering, three giant container cranes -- the biggest we've ever seen in the Bay Area - passed under the Golden Gate and Bay Bridges Wednesday morning. Don Ford reports, their arrival is very good news for our local economy.
Hospitals Begin Vaccinating California Health Care Workers for COVID-19The first Californians are getting vaccinated for COVID-19. Ken Bastida reports on the tricky logistics involved. (12-14-20)
U.S. Prepares For Initial Shipments Of COVID VaccineAs COVID-19 cases continue to climb in the Bay Area and strain local hospitals, plans are now underway to prepare for the initial shipments of the first available vaccine. Allen Martin tells us one part of the world has already begun to roll up its sleeves.
Azerbaijan-Armenian Conflict Plays Out as War of Words on San Francisco PeninsulaA long-running dispute between Armenians and the nation of Azerbaijan has exploded in violent conflict. Now supporters on both sides are fighting a public relations battle here in the Bay Area. John Ramos reports. (11-1-20)
Armenian School in San Francisco Vandalized With Hate SpeechVandals sprayed the Krouzian-Zekarian-Vasbouragan Armenian School in San Francisco with racist graffiti, claiming to be in support of an anti-Armenian movement by Azerbaijan. Andria Borba reports. (7-24-20)
FBI: SF Chinese Consulate Harbors Researcher Accused of Lying to FedsPresumed by the FBI to be inside the consulate, Tang Juan, a biology researcher, is now charged with visa fraud -- accused of lying about her connections to the Chinese military. Wilson Walker reports. (7-23-20)
Researchers Announce Progress Toward COVID-19 VaccineA team of scientists moved one step closer in the quest to create a safe and effective vaccine for the novel coronavirus. Ken Bastida reports. (7-20-20)
Christopher Columbus Statue Removed from Coit Tower in San FranciscoCity crews removed a statue of Christopher Columbus at Coit Tower in San Francisco amid an ongoing push to remove monuments to historical figures associated with racial injustice. Wilson Walker wanted to find out: what will replace it? (6-28-20)
Better Together: Students Tap Connections To Score 1000s Of Masks For HospitalsThe post-WWII generation is answering the call as it unites in the fight against COVID-19. John Ramos shows us a pair of students who tapped their connections, here and in China, to get thousands of much-needed emergency supplies.
Newly Minted Livermore Nurse Heads To NY To Join Fight Against COVID-19A Bay Area nurse who just got certified is off to the front lines in New York. Don Ford tells us she is part of an army of nurses deployed to fight the war against the coronavirus.
Stranded in Peru During COVID-19 Lockdown, S.F. Couple Gets Cleared to ReturnChris Timm and his wife were among tens of thousands of Americans stuck abroad during the coronavirus pandemic. On Friday they finally got some good news. (3-27-20)
San Francisco Declares State Of Emergency After CDC Predicts Spread Of CoronavirusThe Centers for Disease Control is prepping for a potential pandemic and says it is inevitable the coronavirus will spread. Kiet Do reports San Francisco has already declared a state of emergency.
Flu Often Overlooked as Fears of Coronavirus RiseKPIX 5's Da Lin breaks down the relative risks to Californians from coronavirus and the “regular” flu. (1-30-20)
Health Officials Screen SFO Passengers from China for Deadly New VirusFederal health officials will begin screening ill passengers on flights coming into San Francisco International Airport from China for any signs of a deadly new virus that has already claimed two lives. Andria Borba reports. (1-17-20)
A Tale Of Two Cities: The Oakland Saint Denis Cooperation ProjectWhen we talk about Oakland, California, it’s often all about what’s wrong with the city. As Jan Mabry reports, the Oakland-Saint Denis Cooperation is shining a new light on the city, because Oaktown gets a lot of things right.
Bay Area Climate Scientists Study Rare Cloud Generated By Australia WildfiresBay Area scientists are studying a rare and unusual cloud generated by the wildfires burning in Australia. Kiet Do reports on the pyrocumulonimbus cloud, a never-before-seen phenomenon that's fueling these fires.
Bay Area Iranian Community Uneasy Following Deadly Airstrike on SuleimaniAmong Bay Area Iranians, Thursday's U.S. airstrike on Iran general Suleimani is causing concern for the safety of their families. Wilson Walker reports. (1-3-20)
U.S. Air Strike in Baghdad Kills Top Iranian Military CommanderQasem Soleimani, the head of Iran's elite Quds military force and one of the most powerful figures in the Islamic Republic, was killed Thursday night in an airstrike in Baghdad. (1-2-20)
FBI Hunts Former Twitter Employees in Saudi Spying CaseAli Alzabarah and Ahmed Almutairi are Saudi citizens and currently believed to be in Saudi Arabia. Andria Borba reports. (11-7-19)
Asiana Airlines to Suspend Flights to SFO Following Korea High Court RulingAsiana Airlines has been forced to suspend service at the Bay Area's busiest airport six years after a deadly crash. Kenny Choi reports. (10-19-19)
Trump Administration Stops Deportation of East Bay Woman With Rare IllnessICE will once again honor deferred-action requests to let patients like Isabel Bueso and their family members stay in the U.S. to receive life-saving medical treatment. Andria Borba reports. (9-19-19)