Widespread, dense fog delayed holiday travel plans at San Francisco International Airport during a heavy travel day, airport officials said Friday. Anne Makovec reports. (12-20-2019)

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Fog Causes Cancellations, Delays Of Holiday Flights At San Francisco InternationalWidespread, dense fog delayed holiday travel plans at San Francisco International Airport during a heavy travel day, airport officials said Friday. Anne Makovec reports. (12-20-2019)
KPIX Investigation Reveals Deep Flaws In Paratransit ServicesIn a 9-month investigation, KPIX 5 discovered dozens of disabled and special needs residents in the Bay Area complained about late rides, long waits and shoddy treatment by paratransit services. Juliette Goodrich reports. (12-26-2018)
Amy Sewell Gives Tips To Make Summer Travel Hassle-FreeLifestyle expert Amy Sewell talks to BAF host Michelle Griego about ways to make summer travel hassle-free.
VIDEO: A Dozen Orcas Perform For Whale Watchers On Monterey BayAt least a dozen orcas put on quite a show for a boat full of whale watchers out on Monterey Bay last Saturday. (Video courtesy of Monterey Bay Whale Watch)
BART Tests On 10-Mile Stretch North Of San Jose Could Get NoisyThe quiet neighborhoods that border the BART tracks in Berryessa are to get noisy. Len Ramirez tells us it's because BART and VTA are running round-the-clock trains, to test the new tracks north of San Jose.
To Accommodate Caltrain's 6,000 Daily Cyclists, Bikes Board FirstCaltrain has the more daily bike riders of any rail system in the United States. Len Ramirez reports. (4/16/18)
Push To Preserve Historic Mill Valley-Mt. Tamalpais Historic TrainThere is a push to preserve a piece of railroad history in Mill Valley. John Ramos tells us about train that carried tourists from Mill Valley to scenic Mt. Tamalpais, decades ago.
Skiers Flock To Squaw Valley In Wake Of AvalancheSquaw Valley ski resort was full of skiers Saturday, a day after an avalanche buried several skiers, injuring one and closing the resort. Carlos Correa reports.
Meet The Founder Of Black Paris ToursFounder of Black Paris Tours Ricki Stevenson takes BR producer Jan Mabry on a tour of the City of Light.
Rat On Plane Forces Cancellation Of Alaska Airline Flight At Oakland InternationalAlaska Airlines Flight 915 never left Oakland International Airport because a rat was spotted on board. Jackie Ward talked to passengers who had to deplane the Boeing 737.
Milpitas BART Station On Track For June 2018 OpeningThe Milpitas BART station will feature a connection to VTA light rail and bus service. Len Ramirez reports. (8/22/17)
Take A Trip Back In Time To AllensworthA former slave who settled a California town where his dream of freedom would become a reality. The place still exists. It's called Allensworth.
Runway Repairs Cause Delays At SFO For Memorial Day TravelersHoliday travelers heading to and from SFO are dealing with worse-than-usual delays. Sandra Osborne reports it's the lingering impact of the airport's runway repairs.
Emergency Responders Run Drills To Prepare For North Bay's New SMART TrainsRoughly a dozen agencies participated in an emergency drill for the new Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit trains. Emily Turner reports. (4/26/17)
American Airlines Apologizes After Crew Member, Passenger Confrontation Over StrollerThere was turbulence before takeoff aboard an American Airlines plane when a stroller, a crying mom and two babies become the center of a confrontation between a passenger and a crew member.
Plans Emerge For Train Service Between Central Valley And Bay AreaNew plans are emerging about BART and ACE train service that would connect California's Central Valley with the Bay Area. Phil Matier reports. (4/10/17)
Kathryn & Craig Hall From Hall & Walt Wines In NapaBay Sunday host Kenny Choi welcomes Kathryn & Craig Hall From Hall & Walt Wines In Napa, authors of the New York Times bestseller, 'A Perfect Score.'
Meet Escape Artist Kumi Rauf, Founder Of 'I Love Being Black'The man behind the brand 'I Love Being Black' Kumi Rauf talks to Black Renaissance host Christin Ayers about his new push to get blacks to travel the world.
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Holiday Rush Has Travelers Packing Highways, AirportsThe holiday travel rush is on. Jackie Ward reports on what you need to know before you hit the road.
Alma Robinson - Cuba Trip With Lawyers For The ArtsAlma Robinson of Lawyers for the Arts talks to Black Renaissance host Cristin Ayers about travel to Cuba and tells viewers how to sign up to go in January 2017.
Oakland International Airport Opens An Escape Lounge To Calm Harried TravelersPassengers traveling through Oakland International will get a little something extra. Da Lin says it's peace of mind, but for a price.
Santa Cruz Beach Traffic Through Los Gatos Has Residents Fed UpPeople who live in Los Gatos are fed up with the Santa Cruz beach traffic in in their town. As Mark Sayres reports, the city is putting up roadblocks this summer.
Bay Area Woman's Zip Line Adventure In Mexico Turns Into A Near Death FallA Bay Area woman is back home and recovering after her zip line broke during a day excursion in Puerta Vallarta. She describes her harrowing scrape with death in an exclusive interview with KPIX 5's Juliette Goodrich.

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