PGA Championship: Tour Veteran Andy North handicaps the PGA ChampionshipTour Veteran Andy North handicaps the PGA Championship
PGA Championship: Officials say TPC Harding Park course up for the challenge this weekGroundskeepers have been working overtime to make sure the TPC Harding Park course is a challege for the PGA Tour's best players at this week's PGA Championship.
San Francisco's Harding Park Nearly Ready for Its PGA CloseupNext week the world of professional golf fans turns a sheltered-in-place gaze on Harding Park in San Francisco for the PGA Championship. Vern Glenn reports. (8-1-20)
East Bay Cities Cry Foul Over Illegal Sports Tournaments at CoCo County ParksSome youth leagues and amateur adult teams have been defying Contra Costa county health orders and playing in full-blown tournaments. Da Lin reports. (8-1-20)
Giants Home Opener Without Fans A Ghost Town For Businesses Around Oracle ParkThis year's Giants home opener with no fans is tough on businesses around Oracle Park. Emily Turner reports on the economic hit they're taking.
Raiders Likely To Have No Fans At New Stadium in Las VegasThe team has yet to formally announce their plans, but Raiders beat writer Vic Tafur says the new 2 billion dollar stadium in Las Vegas likely will not host fans in 2020. Tafur joined KPIX sports director Dennis O'Donnell on Gameday. (7-27-20)
Raw Video: Giants Assistant Coach Alyssa Nakken Reacts to History-Making AssignmentNakken becomes the first female to coach on the field in a Major League game. (7-22-20)
A's, Giants Baseball Showdown Played With No Fans In The StandsThe big, Bay Area baseball showdown between the A's and the Giants was played without a single fan in the stands. Andrea Nakano reports from the Oakland Coliseum.
A's President Dave Kaval Excited About 2020 Season. Remains Optimistic About New Oakland BallparkKPIX sports director Dennis O'Donnell interviews A's President Dave Kaval on the eve of the club's first exhibition game against the San Francisco Giants at the Oakland Coliseum. (7-20-20)
Battle of the Bay, Pandemic Edition Brings New Look to Oakland Coliseum StandsAs the Giants and A's get set to face off in Oakland Monday night, KPIX 5's Dennis O'Donnell takes a look at what's in store. (7-20-20)
A's Hoping Sean Murphy Can Become The Catcher Of The Future And the PresentSean Murphy made an impression after he was called up last September. The A's are expecting his success will carry over in 2020. The former third round pick went one-on-one with KPIX sports director Dennis O'Donnell. (7-13-20)
Where Are They Now: Giants 81 Road Game CoupleBert and Le Anne Steinberg traveled to all 81 road games with the San Francisco Giants in 2014. Bert was 93 at the time and passed away last year at the age of 98. KPIX sports director Dennis O'Donnell catches up with Le Anne who now lives in Florida. (7-13-20)
Giants Move Forward Without Buster Posey in 2020The Giants are in the process of whittling down their roster for the start of season. One of the biggest decisions facing their front office is how to replace Buster Posey. Vern Glenn reports. (7-13-20)
83-Year-Old Still Water Skiing At A High Level On Northern California LakeJudy Koenitzer started water skiing over 60 years ago. Today, she's got a few tricks up her sleeve at Lake of the Pines near Auburn, California. Dennis O'Donnell reports. (7-13-20)
Warriors, Uber Eats 'Golden Giveback' Aims To Help Local Restaurants, Essential WorkersThe Golden State Warriors have partnered with Uber Eats to drive business to local restaurants and feed essential workers in the process. The program is called the Golden Giveback.
Giants Begin Workouts at Oracle ParkKPIX 5's Vern Glenn went to Oracle Park Friday to see the new Giants bullpen and got a lesson on the status of Major League Baseball's reopening plans from pitcher Jeff Samardzija. (7-3-20)
Giants Begin Training For Coronavirus-Shortened SeasonAfter the start of baseball season was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic, Giants players on Friday begin training for a shortened season expected to start later this month. Vern Glenn reports from Oracle Park. (7/3/20)
Minor League Baseball Season CanceledSan Jose Giants Chief Operating Officer Ben Taylor reacts to Tuesday's announcement that Minor League Baseball will not be played in 2020. San Jose is the Giants Single-A affiliate. (6-30-20)
KPIX Profiles Kansas City's Negro League Museum In 2014Dennis O'Donnell reports from Kansas City during the 2014 World Series. (6-29-20)
Basketball Star Ivan Rabb Assisting Mother's Oakland Restaurant During PandemicFormer Bishop O'Dowd High School and Cal star Ivan Rabb is helping his mom distribute free meals to those in need. (6-29-20)
Giants Manager Gabe Kapler Preparing For ‘Summer Camp’The Giants will hold their first workout of MLB’s re-start program on Friday, and new manager Gabe Kapler has embraced all the pandemic modifications that come with it. He joined Dennis O’Donnell on Gameday from his home in San Francisco. (6-29-20)
NASCAR Rallies Around Bubba Wallace as FBI Investigates NooseAs federal authorities descended on Talladega Superspeedway on Monday to investigate the discovery of a noose in Wallace's garage stall, the entire industry rallied around the Cup Series' only Black driver. (6-22-20)
Single Father Raises Coveted High School Basketball Star In AlamedaJalen Lewis just finished his freshman year at Bishop O'Dowd High School and already is considered one of the top recruits in the country. Lewis' mother died when his was a baby and was raised by his father in the East Bay. Vern Glenn reports (6-22-20)
Sacrifice Paying Off For Emerging Bay Area Motocross StarIn 2016 John Ray was unsure how he'd finance his son's motocross career. Four years later, "B-Ray" still has hopes of becoming a professional rider. (6-22-20)