Lava Spurts from New Fissure as Big Island Homes BurnU.S. Geological Survey volcanologist Wendy Stovall says lava fountains spewed as high as 230 feet into the air Saturday night only 15 minutes after the initial eruption from a new fissure. Carter Evans reports. (5-6-18)
Talking Politics: Giuliani Gyrations / Mueller Hones ProbeCan Pres. Trump's new attorney, Rudy Giuliani, learn to keep his foot out of his mouth? And is Robert Mueller's Russia investigation anywhere near wrapping up? Phil Matier, Melissa Caen and Willie Brown hash it out. (5-6-18)
At Issue: Mueller InvestigationPhil Matier discusses Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election with former federal prosecutor Rory Little. (5-6-18)
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.
USGS Scientist Says Kilauea Lava Flow Could Last Weeks or MonthsAbout 1,800 people living near the Leilani Estates on the Big Island have been forced out as lava has encroached on their neighborhood. Mary Lee spoke with a geophysicist at the USGS in Menlo Park. (5-4-18)
Trump Touts Jobs, Disses Democrats in NRA SpeechPres. Trump took the stage at the NRA's annual convention in Dallas Friday but, as KPIX 5's Melissa Caen reports, guns weren't his only focus. (5-4-18)
Kilauea Volcano Erupts, Lava Flow Forces EvacuationsHawaii's Kilauea volcano erupted Thursday, sending lava shooting into the air in a residential neighborhood and prompting mandatory evacuation orders for nearby homes. (5-3-18)
Trump's New 'Stormy' Story Stuns Many in West WingPresident Trump insisted Thursday his reimbursement of a 2016 hush payment to porn actress Stormy Daniels had nothing to do with his election campaign. But the surprise revelation clashed with his past statements. Andria Borba reports. (5-3-18)
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)
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.
Bay Area Protests Planned Should Trump Fire MuellerIf Robert Mueller is ever fired, there are already detailed plans for immediate demonstrations in cities and towns across the country. Melissa Caen reports. (4-27-18)
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)
Bay Area Detective Describes Nearly Nabbing Suspected Golden State KillerRetired Contra Costa County cold-case investigator Paul Holes spent decades on the Golden State Killer case and he tells KPIX 5's Christin Ayers that the day before he retired, three weeks ago, he drove to the home of Joseph James DeAngelo. (4-26-18)
Comedian Bill Cosby Convicted of Sexual AssaultCosby was convicted Thursday of drugging and molesting Temple University employee Andrea Constand at his suburban Philadelphia mansion 14 years ago in a verdict women's advocates called a turning point in the #MeToo movement. Joe Vazquez reports. (4-26-18)
Golden State Killer And Rapist Taken Into Police CustodyA former law enforcement officer has been arrested for killings and rapes that took place in the 1970s and 1980s in the San Francisco Bay Area. Christin Ayers, Elizabeth Cook, Joe Vazquez and Veronica De La Cruz report.
At Issue: Housing Near Transit HubsA state senate committee voted down a bill introduced by San Francisco's Scott Wiener that would have limited a city's ability to block construction of some multi-family housing projects near transit hubs. KPIX 5's Phil Matier talks to Wiener about the future of his idea. (4-22-18)
KPIX Sunday Morning News WrapA roundup of news and sports with Devin Fehely, Melissa Caen, Neda Iranpour and Vern Glenn. (4-22-18)
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.
Health Officials Warn Against Eating Romaine Lettuce from Southwest U.S.Federal health officials Friday warned consumers to not eat romaine lettuce from the Yuma, Arizona growing region because a growing E. coli outbreak. Maria Medina reports. (4-20-18)
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)
In Released Comey Memos, Trump Talks of Putin, 'Hookers'Redacted memos provide details on phone calls and encounters between President Trump and then-FBI director James B. Comey. Vernonica De La Cruz reports. (4-19-18)
Comey Memos About Trump Released to Congress, MediaThe 15 pages of documents contain new details about a series of interactions with Trump that Comey found so unnerving that he documented them in writing. (4-19-18)
FAA Orders Fan Blade Inspections After Fatal Southwest Jet Engine ExplosionU.S. airline regulators have ordered inspections on engine fan blades like the one that snapped off a Southwest Airlines plane, leading to the death of a woman who was partially blown out a window. (4/18/18)