Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg: A Look BackRuth Bader Ginsburg, the longest serving woman on the U.S. Supreme Court and a strong liberal voice on issues dividing the nation, has died. Nikole Killion looks back at an historic life and legacy. (9-18-20)
Sept. 11 Victims Remembered at Memorials Around Bay Area and NationRemebrances for the 19th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks looked different this year because of the coronavirus. (9-11-20)
Inventor of N95 Mask Comes Out of Retirement to Fight CoronavirusThe scientist who invented the N-95 mask has come out of retirement to help fight the coronavirus. Michael George reports. (9-4-20)
Portland Protests Turn DeadlyViolent protests escalated in Portland Saturday night with Trump supporters facing off with their opposition. Britt Conway reports. (8-30-20)
Tens of Thousands March on Washington to Demand Racial JusticeFriday’s march shaped up to be the largest political gathering in Washington since the pandemic began. Natalie Brand reports. (8-28-20)
San Francisco Black Panthers Artist Influenced Generations of Civil Rights LeadersIn pamphlets, posters and the Black Panthers newspaper, Emory Douglas used his artwork to paint a picture of what was going on as American culture underwent seismic changes six decades ago. Kenny Choi reports. (8-27-20)
Trump Plans Lengthy Speech to Wrap Republican National ConventionCBS politics editor Major Garrett gives KPIX 5's Allen Martin a preview of what viewers can expect on the last night of the GOP convention. (8-27-20)
Vice President Mike Pence to Headline Third Night of RNCNational political correspondent Paul Reid reports on the 2020 Republican National Convention. (8-26-20)
First Lady, Trump Family Center Stage At GOP ConventionPresident Trump's family took to the stage on the second night of the Republican convention. Natalie Brand reports on Tuesday night's highlights.
Redwoods Burned in California's Oldest State ParkBig Basin Redwoods in the Santa Cruz Mountains, California's oldest state park, is almost unrecognizable after the CZU August Lightning Complex wildfire roared through. Kiet Do reports. (8-24-20)
Bay Area Republicans Defend Trump as RNC Convention Kicks OffKPIX 5's John Ramos went looking -- and found! -- specimens of a rare Bay Area species: Republicans who support President Trump and who are willing to talk about it. (8-24-20)
Republican National Convention Kicks Off With Official Trump NominationThe Republican National Convention kicked off Monday in Charlotte, North Carolina as the party formally nominated President Trump in a roll call. Natalie Brand reports. (8-24-20)
Wildfires Force Gov. Newsom to Record Biden Endorsement for Convention FinaleGov. Newsom had planned to address the Democratic National Convention live on Thursday night before Joe Biden accepted the nomination for president but the ongoing wildfire crisis forced Newsom to pare back that plan. (8-20-20)
Gov. Gavin Newsom Updates State on Efforts to Prepare Schools for Distance LearningGovernor Gavin Newsom details the states strategy for providing public schools with resources needed for distance learning as pandemic continues into the fall. (8-14-20)
Airlines Try To Stay Safe Without Federally-Mandated COVID-19 GuidelinesEmily Turner reports on how airlines are making do during the coronavirus epidemic without federal regulations. (8-12-20)
Crunch Time Approaches for U.S. CensusHundreds of billions of dollars in federal funding are on the line and, as the deadline for Census 2020 draws near, the effort to get everyone counted is ramping up. Emily Turner reports. (8-9-20)
Former Presidents Honor Rep. John Lewis at FuneralMichelle Miller reports on the funeral of congressman John Lewis, where former presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton honored the fallen civil rights activist. (7-30-20)
Tech CEOs In The Hot Seat During House Judiciary Antitrust ProbeThe CEOs of Facebook, Apple, Google and Amazon will testify before the House Judiciary Committee Antitrust probe on Wednesday. Maria Medina reports on what to expect.
Body of Rep. John Lewis Returned to Capitol Hill for DC FarewellCivil rights icon congressman John Lewis is the first Black lawmaker ever to lie in state in the U.S. Capitol. Natalie Brand reports. (7-27-20)
Trump Pulls GOP Convention From Florida, Adjusts Stance on Schools ReopeningCiting surging COVID-19 cases, the president announced he was canceling his acceptance speech event in Jacksonville. Natalie Brand reports from the White House. (7-23-20)
Oakland, CA Lawmakers Rebuke Trump's Threat To Send Feds To Stop Oakland ProtestsThere has been a strong reaction from local lawmakers to President Trump's threat to send federal forces to Oakland to stop Black Lives Matter protests. Betty Yu reports on the backlash.
Civil Rights Leaders: Black Lives Matter Movement Needs Tighter FocusSome veteran civil rights leaders fear the Black Lives Matter movement lacks focus and, at times, has undermined its own message. Devin Fehely reports. (7-20-20)
White House, GOP Leaders Discuss New Coronavirus Relief Aid PackageAt the White House Monday, President Trump discussed a new oronavirus relief package with Republican congressional leaders. Natalie Brand reports. (7-20-20)
Black Lives Matter Movement Mobilizes New, Younger CoalitionA new -- and young -- generation of protesters has emerged in the wake of a nationwide reckoning for racial justice. Joe Vazquez reports. (7-19-20)