On Monday, BART service will ramp up to near pre-pandemic levels, including the return of late-night trains and expanded weekend service. Da Lin reports. (8-1-21)
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BART Service Nears Pre-Pandemic Level Monday as Hours ExpandOn Monday, BART service will ramp up to near pre-pandemic levels, including the return of late-night trains and expanded weekend service. Da Lin reports. (8-1-21)
Evander Kane Gambling Allegations: 'About the Worst Thing a Pro Athlete Can Do'San Jose Sharks star Evander Kane is under investigation by the National Hockey League after his wife, Anna, alleged on social media that he bet on his games, perhaps even tanking them. Andria Borba reports. (8-1-21)
Victims of Corona Movie Theater Shooting Mourned at VigilHundreds gathered for a candlelight vigil Saturday night at the southern California movie theater where Anthony Barajas and Rylee Goodrich were slain. Laurie Perez reports. (8-1-21)
Housing Crisis Looms for Millions of Renters as U.S. Eviction Moratorium EndsThe end of the federal moratorium means evictions could begin Monday, leading to a years’ worth of evictions over several weeks and ushering in the worst housing crisis since the Great Recession. (8-1-21)
Oakland Teen Weightlifter Credits Coach and Non-Profit Gym ProgramSeth Evans began weight training at 11 and now the 8th-grader from Oakland's Madison Park Academy has won four gold medals at the USA Weightlifting Youth Nationals in Detroit. Sharon Chin reports. (7-31-21)
Alameda County Resumes Search for Jogger Missing in East Bay HillsSearch crews scoured the East Bay Hills yet again Saturday for 37-year-old Philip Kreycik of Berkeley missing now for three weeks. John Ramos reports. (7-31-21)
Hundreds Rally at S.F. City Hall to Support Asian American CommunityHundreds rallied in San Francisco Saturday in response to the rise of anti-Asian hate crimes in the Bay Area. Betty Yu reports. (7-31-21)
Tenants Receive $475,000 Buyout to Move Out of San Francisco ApartmentEven in the crazy world of San Francisco real estate, a $475,000 voluntary buyout offered to one couple to move out of their apartment has captured national attention. Max Darrow reports. (7-30-21)
Monterey Bay Tour Boats Encountering 'Friendly Whales' That Like to SocializeMonterey tour operators aren't sure why so many whales are approaching and lingering near their sightseeing boats but they and their passengers are loving the close encounters. Len Ramirez reports. (7-29-21)
Glide Co-Founder, Poet and San Francisco Activist Janice Mirikitani Dies at Age 80Janice Mirikitani, a beloved San Francisco poet laureate who, together with her husband, ran the city’s Glide Memorial Church which caters to the poor and homeless, died at age 80. Andria Borba reports. (7-29-21)
Researchers at Stanford Use Tech to Boost Human Athletic PerformanceStanford scientists are using technology to unlock the secrets of human performance and overcome the body's weaknesses. Kiet Do reports. (7-29-21)
SF City Leaders Join Jewish Community to Denounce Recent Anti-Semitic IncidentsAfter several anti-Semitic incidents across the country and in the Bay Area, local Jewish leaders, elected officials and community members gathered for a show of solidarity. Max Darrow reports. (7-29-21)
Thursday Evening Pinpoint ForecastHere's the Friday forecast from chief meteorologist Paul Heggen. (7-29-21)
Gun Maker Added to Defendants in Lawsuit Over Garlic Festival Mass ShootingThe community gathered Wednesday to remember the victims of the Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting and to dedicate a new Gilroy Strong Resiliency Center. Len Ramirez reports. (7-28-21)
Piedmont Wealth Manager Arraigned in Fatal Oakland Hit-and-RunA 64-year-old East Bay wealth manager is facing a new lawsuit for a hit and run that killed the father of a young boy in May. Katie Nielsen reports. (7-28-21)
Wednesday Evening Forecast With Brian HackneyMore hot weather inland, cool at the coast.
Founder Of Sea Hugger Helping To Clean Up Marine Environments In Half Moon Bay, South AfricaBillions of pounds of plastic and other pollutants end up in the ocean every year. Sharon Chin introduces Shell Cleave, this week's Jefferson Award Winner who founded a nonprofit to help clean it up.
Memorial Remembers Victims of 2019 Gilroy Garlic Festival Mass ShootingDevin Fehley reports on a remembrance for the victims in the 2019 Gilroy Garlic Festival mass shooting as a new defendant is added to lawsuit filed by families (7-28-2021)
Newsom Tours Tamarack Fire's Destructive PathAnna Werner reports on Gavin Newsom and Nevada Governor call for federal aid in wildfire zones (7-28-2021)
California Drought: Shrinking Lake Mendocino Forces Water Cuts To Sonoma County Russian River RegionResidents in the Russian River region of northern Sonoma County are already facing mandatory water rationing. But now, the situation has become so dire that some agricultural users are being cut off completely. John Ramos reports.
Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal Begins to Move ForwardNatalie Brand reports on the Senate's motion to begin debate on a bipartisan infrastructure bill.
'Vaccines Are the Way Out Of This' - Stanford Epidemiologist on California Masking Rules, VaccinationsA major change in mask rules for California, which is now recommending all residents to wear masks indoors in pubic places. Interview with Dr. Jorge Salinas, epidemiologist and infectious disease expert at Stanford University.
Latest Flex Alert Goes Into Effect Due to Hot WeatherTeam coverage of latest flex alert impacting California residents' energy use.
Judge Overturns Decision To Cover Up SF School Mural Depicting Washington, Slavery, Native AmericansA judge overturned a decision to cover a SF school mural depicting George Washington, enslaved Blacks and slain Native Americans. Betty Yu talked to a former teacher at the school.