Bay Area Muslims Gather for Prayer, Mourning Following Massacre in New ZealandMuslim community leaders planned to hold vigils for the victims of the Christchurch terrorist attack this weekend in the East Bay, Peninsula and San Francisco. Da Lin reports. (3-15-19)
49 Gunned Down at 2 Mosques in Christchurch New ZealandBrenton Harrison Tarrant, a 28-year-old body builder and personal trainer from Australia, appeared in court Saturday morning and showed no emotion when the judge read him one murder charge. Many more charges were expected, the judge said. (3-15-19)
Many Killed in 2 New Zealand Mosque ShootingsMultiple people were killed in mass shootings at two mosques full of worshippers attending Friday prayers on what the prime minister called "one of New Zealand's darkest days." (3-14-19)
Bay Area Aviation Expert Believes Grounded Boeing Jetliner Is SafeRetired pilot and accident investigator Capt. Dick Deeds believes the Boeing 737 is safe, and the decision to ground them was premature. Maria Medina reports. (3-14-19)
In Wake Of Ethiopian Airlines Crash Questions Swirl Around Safety Of Boeing 737California Senator Dianne Feinstien wants the 737 Max 8 Aircraft temporarily grounded as the investigation into the deadly Ethiopian Airline crash is underway. Kiet Do reports some passengers are uneasy about boarding a similar craft.
KPIX Sunday Morning News WrapAn 11-minute roundup of local, national and international headlines with Devin Fehely and Melissa Caen. (12-23-18)
SF Shoe Startup Struggles to Meet Demand After Megan Markle Seen Wearing Their WaresMegan Markle and Prince Harry are on their first royal tour and eco-friendly shoes (made by a San Francisco company) worn by the duchess have sparked a fashion frenzy. Julie Watts reports. (10-19-18)
KPIX Saturday Morning News WrapAn 11-minute roundup of news and sports with Devin Fehely, Julie Watts and Vern Glenn. (9-29-18)
Gilroy Garlic Producer Supports Trump Tariffs on ChinaGilroy's Christopher Ranch is one of the largest garlic companies in the country and their owner says he fully supports the imposition of a tariff on imported Chinese garlic. Len Ramirez reports. (9-19-18)
Thousands Protest President Trump's Visit to Great BritainProtesters marched in London as Pres. Trump met with prime minister Theresa May in the English countryside. Melissa Caen reports. (7-13-18)
Photo of Draymond Green Posed with Israeli Rifle Sparks OutrageWarriors star Draymond Green is at the center of a public relations controversy after a photo of him holding a rifle at an Israel border police training facility surfaced online. Andria Borba reports. (7-12-18)
Mill Valley Woman Swims English ChannelMelissa Blaustein swam the 21-mile English Channel Sunday night. She talks to Vern Glenn about her amazing experience via Skype from Dover, England.
Elon Musk's Team Designing Escape Pod For Boys Trapped In Cave In ThailandTech billionaire Elon Musk is sending help to the boys trapped inside a flooded cave in Thailand. His team is designing a 'kidsize submarine.'
Thai Cave Rescue Crews Race Against TimeFor the crews working to save a Thai soccer team trapped in a cave the situation is growing more desperate, with more rain on the way expected to flood the caverns and oxygen running out. Andria Borba reports. (7-6-18)
Bay Area Defense Expert Says It's Too Soon to Call Singapore Summit a SuccessGloria Duffy, currently president of the Commonwealth Club and a former Defense Dept. official, says it's too soon to say if the meeting between Pres. Trump and Kim Jong Un will result in peace. Maria Medina reports. (6-12-18)
Explosion Near Toronto Injures at Least 15A bombing in Ontario province has injured at least 15 people, 3 critically, according to police. (5-24-18)
A Royal Wedding: Meghan Markle Weds Prince HarryThe dress, the guests, the vows, even the cake -- Terry Okita tells us all about the royal wedding when Meghan Markle and Prince Harry tied the knot.
KPIX Sunday Morning News WrapA roundup of overnight news, developing issues and a quick recap of the past week with Devin Fehely, Melissa Caen, Neda Iranpour, Julie Watts and Vern Glenn. (4-29-18)
Leaders of Koreas Discuss Denuclearization at Historic MeetingWith a single step over a weathered, cracked slab of concrete, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un made history by crossing over the world's most heavily armed border to greet South Korean President Moon Jae-in for talks on North Korea's nuclear weapons. Betty Yu reports. (4-26-18)
9 Dead, 16 Hurt After Van Plows Into Pedestrians In TorontoA rented van jumped onto a crowded Toronto sidewalk Monday, killing nine people and injuring 16 before the driver fled and was later arrested in a confrontation with police, Canadian authorities said. Emily Turner reports. (4/23/18)
North Korea Announces a Halt to Nuclear and Missile TestsNorth Korea announced Saturday it will suspend nuclear tests and intercontinental ballistic missile launches ahead of its summits with Seoul and Washington. Andria Borba reports. (4-20-18)
Scientists Discover Enzyme That Breaks Down Plastics Pollution In OceanA small enzyme could be the solution to plastic pollution, one of the planet’s biggest environmental problems. Mary Lee tells more about what they have come up with.
At Issue: Immigration PolicyKPIX 5's Phil Matier discusses immigration enforcement with UC Hastings law professor Hadar Aviram. (4-15-18)
Team Coverage: U.S. and Allies Strike Syria with Missile BarrageThe United States, France and Britain launched military strikes in Syria to punish President Bashar Assad for an apparent chemical attack against civilians. Reports from KPIX 5's Susie Steimle and CBS correspondent Seth Doane in Syria. (4-13-18)