Hurricane Michael Leaves Trail of Devastation in Northwest FloridaSearch and rescue officials are weeding through the devastation left by Michael as hundreds of thousands of people are still without homes and power. Hilary Lane reports from Panama City. (10-11-18)
Talking Politics: Kavanaugh TakeawaysWas the FBI weeklong (almost) investigation a "sham?" And Is the nation really split over Brett Kavanaugh simply along party lines? KPIX 5's Phil Matier and Melissa Caen discuss those questions and more with former S.F. mayor and assembly speaker Willie Brown. (10-7-18)
Collins and Manchin to Vote for Kavanaugh, Ensuring ConfirmationBrett Kavanaugh is on the verge of being confirmed to the Supreme Court after gaining the promise of "yes" votes from two senators who were on the fence: Republican Susan Collins of Maine and Democrat Joe Manchin of West Virginia. Nikole Killion reports. (10-5-18)
Talking Politics: SCOTUS Hearing HurricaneIt was a he-said, she-said for the ages as the entire nation was swept up in the drama on Capitol Hill. How did California's two senators handle the Blasey-Kavanaugh controversy? Phil Matier and Melissa Caen talk it over with former S.F. mayor and assembly speaker Willie Brown. (9-30-18)
GOP Senators Agree to FBI Probe of KavanaughBrett Kavanaugh’s confirmation was in doubt Friday after Republicans and the White House agreed to a one-week delay so that the FBI can investigate sexual assault allegations facing the Supreme Court nominee. (9-28-18)
Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and the Science of Traumatic MemoryDr. Blasey described how she remembered the "sounds of laughter" when recalling the night she says Kavanaugh and others assaulted her. A mental health expert discusses how traumatic experiences can be burned into victims' memories. John Ramos reports. (9-27-18)
Ford and Kavanaugh Make Their Cases in Dramatic, Wrenching Senate TestimonyBay Area psychology professor Christine Blasey Ford quietly but firmly recounted her "100 percent" certainty that Judge Brett Kavanaugh had sexually assaulted her when they were teenagers — and then Kavanaugh defiantly testified he was "100 percent certain" he did no such thing. Melissa Caen reports. (9-27-18)
At Issue: Confirmation ChaosNot long ago it seemed Judge Brett Kavanaugh was practically pre-ordained to take a seat on the Supreme Court. What a difference a week can make. KPIX 5's Phil Matier talks with UC Hastings law professor David Levine. (9-23-18)
Senate Judiciary Committee Gives Kavanaugh Accuser More TimeThe Senate Judiciary Committee is giving Christine Blasey Ford more time to decide on the terms for her to testify about allegations that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her when they were teens. Team coverage by Andria Borba, Brian Hackney and Elizabeth Cook. (9-21-18)
Anti-Kavanaugh Groups Step Up Pressure on Undecided GOP SenatorsOn Capitol Hill Thursday, protesters chanted slogans with raised fists and crowded into the offices of Republican senators who sit on the judiciary committee. Melissa Caen reports .(9-20-18)
Pressure Mounts on Republican Senators to Let Kavanaugh Accuser TestifyThe White House has released a letter saying Judge Kavanaugh will be ready to testify Monday. Lawyers for Professor Ford say she is willing to tell her story but with conditions -- and not on Monday. Melissa Caen reports. (9-20-18)
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)
Pres. Trump Visits Storm-Ravaged CarolinasEager to show heart in a moment of crisis, President Donald Trump handed out hot dogs, hugs and comforting words in the Carolinas on Wednesday as he surveyed the wreckage left by Hurricane Florence. (9-19-18)
Nearly Stalled, Tropical Storm Florence Drenches the CarolinasFlorence has proven deadly with its nearly nonstop rain, surging seawater and howling wind as the once-major hurricane slowly creeps inland across the Carolinas. (9-14-18)
Hurricane Florence Begins Assault on the CarolinasHurricane Florence began pounding the Carolina coast late Thursday, bringing, along with high winds, a dangerous storm surge and flooded streets. it is just the beginning of days of drenching rain and fierce winds. Team coverage from Paul Deanno and Courtney Zubowski. (9-13-18)
Talking Politics: Anonymous Fear / Kavanaugh GrilledKPIX 5's Phil Matier and Melissa Caen discuss a wild week in politics with former S.F. mayor and California assembly speaker Willie Brown. (9-9-18)
At Issue: Kavanaugh Hearing / State of JudiciaryPhil Matier talks with Hastings law professor Rory Little about last week's senate confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh; also the state of the federal judiciary after almost two years under the Trump administration. (9-9-18)
Burt Reynolds, Star of Film and TV Dies at Age 82Burt Reynolds, the handsome, Emmy-winning television star and film actor known for his performances in "Deliverance" and "Boogie Nights," commercial hits such as "Smokey and the Bandit" and for an active off-screen love life died at age 82. (9-6-18)
Kavanaugh and Senators Prep for Marathon Confirmation HearingConfirmation hearings begin Tuesday for Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump's nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court. Melissa Caen reports. (9-3-18)
John McCain Memorial: Eulogy by Pres. ObamaFormer Pres. Barack Obama paid tribute to his one-time political rival, delivering a eulogy for the late Sen. John McCain at Washington National Cathedral. (9-1-18)
John McCain Memorial: Eulogy by Pres. George W. BushFormer Pres. Bush said the Arizona senator's absence is tangible, "like the silence after a mighty roar." (9-1-18)
John McCain Memorial: Eulogy by Meghan McCainMeghan McCain said her father was a "great man" and she encouraged others to live up to his example. (9-1-18)
Sen. John McCain Funeral: The Casket ArrivesSen. McCain's casket arrives at Washington's National Cathedral. (9-1-18)
Now a Tropical Storm, Lane Dumps Rain on HawaiiA powerful hurricane rapidly disintegrated to become a tropical storm south of Honolulu Friday but meteorologists warned heavy rains could still wallop the islands with flash flooding. Paul Deanno reports. (8-24-18)

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