Convicted Killer John Lee Cowell Sentenced To Life In Fatal BART Station Stabbing Of Nia WilsonAn Alameda County Superior Court judge sentenced John Lee Cowell life in prison without parole Thursday for the fatal stabbing of Nia Wilson as she stepped off a train at the McArthur BART station in July 2018. Anne Makovec reports. (7/17/20)
Demand For Robot Cooks From Bay Area Firms Rising As Kitchens Combat COVID-19Robots produced by Bay Area companies that can cook - from flipping burgers to baking bread - are in growing demand as virus-wary kitchens try to put some distance between workers and customers. Katie Johnston reports.
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)
Temperatures Warm Up Inland For A Hot WeekendMary Lee reports on anticipated warm-up for inland parts of the Bay Area leading to a hot Sunday (7-10-2020)
Raw Video: Grass Fire Threatens Oakley NeigborhoodA grass fire burning in eastern Contra Costa County prompted evacuations in the city of Oakley Tuesday afternoon. (7/7/20)
Firefighters Take Advantage Of Cooler Conditions In Fight Against Crews FireKiet Do reports on fire crews making progress in fight to contain wildfire burning near Gilroy (7-7-2020)
‘Words Matter’ – Twitter Removing ‘Master,’ ‘Slave’ And ‘Blacklist’ From CodeFollowing a push from software engineers at Twitter, the social media platform will remove terms such as "master" and "slave" from its computer code to more inclusive language. Anne Makovec reports. (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)
Trump Administration Pushes Back Against Charges It Knew Of Russian Bounty For Taliban On U.S. SoldiersNatalie Brand reports on President Trump continuing to deny any knowledge of Russia offering bounty to Taliban for killing U.S. troops (6-30-2020)
Suspected Golden State Killer Appears in Court to Admit GuiltThe accused Golden State Killer admitted to many of his crimes Monday in a hearing held at Sacramento State.
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)
Coronavirus Update: Gov. Newsom Noon News ConferenceGov. Gavin Newsom Monday talked about the state's response to rising COVID-19 case numbers and other data which led him to announce the immediate closure of bars in seven counties on Sunday. (6-29-20)
Protesters Outside Antioch City Hall Demand Removal of 2 OfficersProtesters calling for an end to police brutality gathered outside city hall in Antioch Monday, calling for the removal of two officers. Kiet Do reports. (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)
Protesters At Oakland Rally Demand End To Policing In Oakland SchoolsDemonstrators rallied in front of the Oakland Unified School District administration building ahead of a vote that could end policing in Oakland schools. Kiet Do reports. (6/24/20)
Tuesday Afternoon Weather Forecast with Mary Lee(6/23/20)
Santa Clara County Supervisors Discuss Resolution Declaring Racism A Public Health CrisisKiet Do reports on resolution declaring racism a public health issue coming up for vote in Santa Clara County (6-23-2020)
SPIRE FIRE: Early morning fire damages famed Presidio wooden 'Spire' sculptureEarly morning fire damages famed Presidio wooden 'Spire' sculpture
7.4 Earthquake Strikes Oaxaca, MexicoA major earthquake measuring 7.4 in magnitude struck along Mexico's west coast Tuesday, triggering a tsunami warning stretching from Acapulco to the coast of El Salvador.
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)