SFPD Boosts Security At Pride Events Prompting Parade Grand Marshals To WithdrawSF Pride organizers announced an increased police presence and new security screening at Pride events following a June 12 shooting at an Orlando gay nightclub that killed 49 people. Sharon Chin reports. (6-24-16)
Trans March Opens Pride Weekend Festivities and Security Is TightThis year's Pride celebration in San Francisco comes with extra security in the wake of the Orlando nightclub massacre. Jackie Ward reports from the Castro District. (6-24-16)
As Pride Week Begins SFPD Focuses On SecuritySan Francisco's Pride Week has just kicked off and security is top of mind in the wake of last weekend's massacre at a gay nightclub in Orlando. Emily Turner reports. (6-17-16)
Soccer Fans' Homophobic Chants Expected At Mexico-Chile Match Saturday In Santa ClaraAn ugly tradition threatens to spoil a huge soccer match on Saturday at Levi's Stadium. Len Ramirez reports. (6-17-16)
Some Parents Opt Children Out Of Contra Costa County Middle School's LGBTQ Acceptance WeekJackie Ward reports on some families deciding to keep their children out of San Ramon school's LGBTQ Acceptance Week program (4/11/2016).
Parents Raise Objections To San Ramon School's LGBTQ Awareness WeekA middle school in San Ramon wants to hold an LGBTQ Acceptance Week but, as Da Lin reports, an event planned to bring people together is backfiring. (4-1-16)
VIDEO: Love Is Love LGBT Jewelry AdA jewelry ad featuring a romantic, but edgy same-sex wedding proposal and a lingering kiss between two woman is getting mixed but mostly positive reactions.
Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom Recalls Early Days Of Marriage Equality MovementAs San Francisco mayor, Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom opened City Hall to same-sex weddings in 2004, suddenly thrusting the issue to the forefront of state and national politics and public debate. (6-28-15)
Newsmaker Interview: Warriors President Rick WeltsSunday is a busy day for Rick Welts, who joined Phil Matier in studio to talk about the future of the NBA champion Warriors and his appearance as Grand Marshal at this year's Pride parade in San Francisco. (6-28-15)
Pride Weekend Kicks Off In SF Castro With Jubilation Over Supreme Court's Gay Marriage RulingKPIX 5's Christian Hartnett reports from San Francisco's epicenter of gay pride on an historic day for LGBT rights. (6-26-15)
Tourists In SF Give Mixed Reactions To Momentous WeekKPIX 5's Joe Vazquez spoke with visitors to the City by the Bay, some of whom weren't quite so enthusiastic about the major Supreme Court decisions handed down this week. (6-26-15)
Legal Scholar Says Same-Sex Ruling Should Hasten Gay Rights Advances Across The CountryKPIX 5's Andria Borba talked to gay rights leaders, many of which say the fight for equality is far from over. But one legal expert from S.F.'s Hastings College of the Law thinks the Supreme Court's decision on Friday may have paved the path. (6-26-15)
Newsmaker Interview: Judge Vaughn Walker Who Overturned Prop. 8 Gay Marriage BanFriday's Supreme Court decision came nearly 5 years after the final ruling on California's Proposition 8. Federal judge Vaughn Walker struck down that same-sex marriage ban, calling it unconstitutional. He has stayed mostly silent in the face of vocal critics who said a gay judge should recuse himself but tonight he speaks with KPIX 5's Allen Martin. (6-26-15)
Team Coverage: Celebrations Across Bay Area and Nation for Historic Same-Sex RulingThe Supreme Court's ruling Friday affirming the right to same-sex marriage was cheered across the San Francisco Bay Area and the nation. Team coverage from Cate Cauguiran, Allen Martin, Elizabeth Cook. (6-26-15)