Family, friends, former classmates and community members held candles and shared memories of Tara O'Sullivan, the 26-year-old Sacramento officer who was shot dead during a domestic violence call. Betty Yu reports. (6-23-2019)
Slain Sacramento Officer Tara O'Sullivan Honored At VigilFamily, friends, former classmates and community members held candles and shared memories of Tara O'Sullivan, the 26-year-old Sacramento officer who was shot dead during a domestic violence call. Betty Yu reports. (6-23-2019)
Former SF Mayor Brown Has Advice For Dem. Candidates Ahead Of First DebateDemocrats running for President in 2020 will soon debate for the first time. The consummate politician, former SF Mayor Willie Brown, says the best position for candidates is on the first night, getting the first question. Melissa Caen reports. (6-23-2019)
RV Residents In Mountain View Organize Picnic To Humanize Housing CrisisIn an effort to win over hearts and minds of Mountain View residents, some in the city who live in RVs began organizing and made themselves known at a meet-and-greet potluck picnic. Kiet Do reports. (6-23-2019)
San Francisco Nonprofit Hires Ex-Convicts To Clean Up City's Streets, ImageA new office opened Sunday for a San Francisco nonprofit that is putting former long-term offenders to work cleaning up the streets and the city’s image as well. John Ramos reports. (6-23-2019)
Comedy Fans At SF's Clusterfest Not Laughing At Long Waits, Crowded VenuePeople attending the weekend comedy festival Clusterfest in San Francisco didn't find any humor in the issues they faced trying to see their favorite comedians. Katie Nielsen reports. (6-23-2019)
3-Alarm Fire At Pittsburg Lumber Yard Began At Nearby Homeless CampA firefighter was injured as crews battled a 3-alarm structure fire at a roofing supply business in Pittsburg that began at a homeless encampment. Joe Vazquez reports. (6-23-2019)
2 Dead In Multiple-Vehicle Crash In SF Bayview DistrictTwo people were killed in an early-morning, multiple-vehicle collision in San Francisco's Bayview District on Sunday. Devin Fehely reports. (6-23-2019)
1 Firefighter Injured Battling 3-Alarm Fire At Pittsburg Lumber YardA firefighter was injured as crews battled a 3-alarm structure fire at a roofing supply business in Pittsburg that ignited grass across the nearby abandoned train tracks. Joe Vazquez reports. (6-23-2019)
City of Pride: San Francisco Led Nation in Decades of LGBT ProgressThis June, the City by the Bay can take a little bit more pride in Pride: a lot of historic firsts involving the LGBT community took place here. Joe Vazquez reports (6-23-19)
At Issue: Wildfire Costs / VaccinationKPIX 5's Phil Matier and state senator Scott Wiener (D-S.F.) discuss two issues facing the California legislature. (6-23-19)
Proposed Vaccine Law Would Tighten Rules On ExemptionsA bill that would tighten California's vaccine law just cleared a key committee in Sacramento. As Melissa Caen reports, the measure has provoked strongly held views on both sides.
Record Year For California King Salmon In Bay AreaCalifornia King Salmon is making a huge comeback just in time for summer grilling season. Devin Fehely reports a record amount is being unloaded in the Bay Area.
Long Lines No Laughing Matter At SF's ClusterfestFolks who paid to see comic John Mulaney at San Francisco's Clusterfest were hardly laughing after enduring long lines to get into the show.
President Trump Delays ICE Raids In Bay Area, NationwidePresident Trump announced a nationwide delay on ICE raids set to begin on Sunday. Andrea Nakano talked to Bay Area lawmakers and residents and tells us the threat is not over.
PIX NowHere's the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (6-21-19)
Sacramento Police Say Officer Tara O'Sullivan Was AmbushedSacramento police say rookie officer Tara O'Sullivan, who died during a domestic violence call, was ambushed by a gunman and had no chance of surviving her wounds. Andrea Nakano reports. (6-21-19)
3-Alarm Fire Engulfs Building in San LeandroA major fire ripped through a commercial building in San Leandro Friday night causing the roof to collapse and forcing evacuations in the neighborhood. Andrea Nakano reports. (6-21-19)
UC Santa Cruz Removes Controversial Replica Mission BellThe University of California, Santa Cruz invited community members to the campus to witness the removal Friday of the El Camino Real Bell marking 18th-century Catholic missions that Native Americans say glorifies racism. (6-21-19)
Raw Video: Crews Battle Fire in San LeandroAlameda County fire crews responded to a fire on East 14th between Georgia and Euclid in San Leandro. (6-21-19)
Bay Area Mayors Denounce Rumored Weekend ICE RaidsThe mayors of San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose are speaking out after reports circulated Friday suggesting ICE agents would begin raids on migrant families in cities around the country this weekend. Andria Borba reports. (6-21-19)
Oakland Launches Pilot Parking Program for People Living in RVsThe City of Oakland has launched a pilot project for safe overnight RV parking. Susie Steimle reports. (6-21-19)
Bay Area Sees Record Low UnemploymentHiring is booming in the Bay Area. In some counties jobless rates have never been lower and hiring has never been harder. Simon Perez reports. (6-21-19)
App Lets Homeowners Report Neighbors Whose Weedy Properties Pose Fire HazardAfter two of the most devastating wildfire seasons in California there's now an app that could help reduce fire danger in the South Bay. Len Ramirez reports. (6-21-19)
Suspect Charged for Luring Two Men to Their Deaths on San Mateo County RoadInvestigators are trying to retrace the steps of a double-murder suspect accused of stabbing two men 24 hours apart on the same stretch of rural Skyline Boulevard. Devin Fehely reports from Redwood City. (6-21-19)
Blue Ribbons Tied To Poles And Trees In Sacramento Neighborhood In Tribute To Fallen OfficerDan Mitchinson reports on latest in the investigation into the fatal shooting that took the life of Sacramento officer (6-21-2019)
Charges Filed In Pair Of Fatal Stabbings In San Mateo CountyThe San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office has filed charges with the San Mateo County District Attorney’s Office against the suspect arrested in connection with two homicides that occurred this week in unincorporated San Mateo County.
El Sobrante Swastika Draws Protests From NeighborsNeighbors protested outside an El Sobrante home where a man placed a swastika in his front yard.
San Jose Rollover Crash Leaves 1 Dead, 3 HurtFour people were ejected from a BMW sedan in a rollover crash in San Jose that left one person dead.
California Vaccine Bill Clears HurdleA California vaccine bill has cleared a major hurdle despite emotional backlash from some parents.