49ers Legend Roger Craig Talks About Super Bowl 50 FestivitiesLegendary San Francisco 49ers running back Roger Craig sits down with Michelle Griego and Frank Mallicoat to talk about the upcoming festivities for Super Bowl 50, which will be played in less than two months. (12/8/15)
San Jose State Football Star Moonlights As Team BarberTyler Ervin can do it all for the Spartans. He has more than 1,400 yards rushing and 300 yards receiving, but Mr. Versatility's talents aren't confined to the gridiron. Dennis O'Donnell reports. (11-26-15)
San Francisco-Based Maker Of Short Shorts Could Score Free Super Bowl AdAn ad during the Super Bowl costs millions, but the San Francisco-based clothing line known for their unique shorts could get a 30 second spot for free. Mark Kelly reports. (11/16/15)
Super Bowl 50 Organizers Ramp Up Security Plans Following Paris AttacksAs the world reels from last week’s deadly terrorist attacks in Paris, Super Bowl 50 organizers are planning to ramp up already intense security. Phil Matier reports. (11/16/15)
Oakland Mayor Encouraged About Keeping Raiders After Meeting With NFLOne day after meeting with the NFL, Mayor Libby Schaaf said her presentation on keeping the Raiders in Oakland resonated with league officials. Allen Martin reports. (11/12/15)
Oakland Mayor Set To Make Case For Keeping RaidersAs Oakland officials prepare to make their pitch to keep the Raiders from leaving, Mayor Libby Schaaf sat down with KPIX 5’s Phil Matier and offered a preview. (11/9/15)
Oakland Leaders To Meet With NFL In Attempt To Keep RaidersMayor Libby Schaff has been invited to New York next week to make a presentation to the NFL on her plans to keep the Raiders in Oakland. Juliette Goodrich reports. (11/3/15)
Super Bowl 50 Hiring Event Held For Job Seekers In San JoseWith Super Bowl 50 expected to generate big business, companies look to staff up for this golden opportunity. Len Ramirez reports. (11/2/15)
Former KPIX Sports Director Wayne Walker Suffering From Parkinson’s Linked To NFL CareerA former National Football League star and longtime KPIX broadcaster has chosen to speak out about his personal struggle – one biggest challenges facing a growing number of former NFL players. Kate Kelly reports. (10/29/15)
Raiders Fans Make Case For Team To Stay In OaklandAs the Raiders consider moving to Los Angeles, Oakland Raiders fans made their case for the team to stay at a NFL-sponsored town hall meeting Thursday night. Christin Ayers reports. (10/29/15)
Restaurant Near Levi’s Stadium May Lose Out On Super Bowl BusinessWhen Levi's Stadium got Super Bowl 50, David Ebrahimi thought his restaurant was perfectly placed to cash in, practically punting distance from stadium gates. But he may be too close for his own good. Len Ramirez reports. (10/21/15)
Jefferson Award Winners: Lauran and Justin TuckAway from the gridiron, Justin Tuck and his wife Lauran push the power of reading to middle school students. Allen Martin reports. (9/30/15)
Leaders Discuss Banning Alcohol Sales After Halftime At Levi’s StadiumAfter fights in the Levi's Stadium parking lot, fights in the men's bathroom and fights in the stands, the city of Santa Clara is getting serious about stopping bad behavior. Betty Yu reports. (9/22/15)
Plan To Build 'Coliseum City' For Raiders Goes BustA $4 billion dollar plan to keep the Raiders playing in Oakland may not happen but mayor Libby Schaaf says she's not panicking. Mark Kelly reports. (9-19-15)
Raiders And 49ers Take Super Bowl Trophies On A RoadshowSuper Bowl 50 is just over four months away and to celebrate the Golden Anniversary, the Niners and Raiders are taking their eight combined trophies on the road. Frank Mallicoat reports from Santa Clara where the gleaming hardware was delighting fans at the Art and Wine Festival. (9-19-15)
Raiders Sign Former 49er Aldon SmithAldon Smith is officially a Raider. He signed on with Oakland Friday morning and then was promptly slapped with charges in a recent DUI hit-and-run. Andria Borba talked with fans who say it's only what Smith does on the field that matters to them. (9-11-15)
Justice Department Opinion May Impact San Francisco's Homeless Plan For Super BowlLast month, San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee said the homeless would have to clear out for Super Bowl 50 festivities. A Justice Department has issued an opinion saying the homeless can't be arrested for sleeping on the street. (9/10/15)
San Jose Looks To Stake Claim On Super Bowl ActionWhile San Francisco is technically the host city for Super Bowl 50, and the game will be played at Levi’s Stadium, San Jose is looking to steak its claim on some game-related events. Len Ramirez reports. (9/9/15)
Vallejo 7-Year-Old Shot, Paralyzed In April Returns to Football As CoachGunfire forever changed the life of Kumar Polk. But his story and involvement in football didn't end there. Da Lin reports on Kumar's new role coaching the Vallejo Junior Jaguars. (8-4-15)
Super Bowl 50 Media Day Goes Primetime, Will Take Place At San Jose’s SAP CenterThe National Football League announced that Super Bowl Media Day will take place at the SAP Center in San Jose on the Monday before the game. Dennis O’Donnell reports. (9/1/15)
Grand Jury Charges Former 49er Ray McDonald With Rape, Ahmad Brooks Charged With Sexual BatteryA grand jury in Santa Clara County has charged former San Francisco 49ers player Ray McDonald with raping a woman in his San Jose home late last year. Allen Martin reports. (8/26/15)
Coliseum City Investor Reveals Plans To Keep Oakland Sports Teams In TownInvestor Floyd Kephart revealed his plans for “Coliseum City” a development aimed to keep the Oakland Raiders, A’s and Warriors from leaving. Juliette Goodrich reports. (8/25/15)
San Francisco Mayor Says Homeless Must Clear Out For Super Bowl FestivitiesIn about six months, San Francisco is going to transform into the center of the football universe for Super Bowl 50. With Market Street being converted to Super Bowl City, the mayor said the homeless in the area must clear out. Phil Matier reports. (8/24/15)
NFL Hall Of Famer Cris Carter In Trouble After Telling NFL Rookies To Have A 'Fall Guy'If things couldn't get worse for the NFL. A video released recently shows Hall Of Famer Cris Carter giving NFL rookies some advice that probably isn't the best. (08.24.2015)

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