Search 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)
DEA Issues Warning After Seizing Counterfeit Pills Containing Deadly FentanylFederal drug agents are warning the Bay Area and the rest of the country after seizing counterfeit pills containing the deadly substance fentanyl. Andrea Nakano tells us this is the DEA's first such warning in six years.
Hero Rookie SJ Officer Speaks Out About Rescuing Man From Burning CarA harrowing, heroic rescue was caught on camera when a rookie San Jose police officer did not hesitate to pull a man out of a burning car. Officer Pedro Garcia described the ordeal and told Kiet Do he would risk his life and do it all over again.
Retailers Warn Supply Chain Issues Could Impact Holiday Shopping SeasonRetailers are sounding the alarm on the upcoming holiday shopping season. Andria Borba explains the serious supply chain issues that could seriously delay those items on your gift list.
Santa Cruz Mountain Community Outraged At PG&E Over 'Fast Trip' OutagesAmid worsening wildfires, it's becoming commonplace for there to be power shutoffs during times of high fire danger. In some places, including a community in the Santa Cruz Mountains, the electricity is going off multiple times a week and for very little reason, outraging residents. John Ramos reports. (9/27/21)
49ers Faithful: Thousands crowd into Levi's Stadium for first 49ers home game allowing fans since 2019Thousands crowd into Levi's Stadium for first 49ers home game allowing fans since 2019
Deadly Toll: Mothers Tearfully Remember Children Slain In Bay Area HomicidesMothers of Murdered Sons remembered their loved ones gunned down as homicides continued to soar in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Pelosi Expects House to Pass Infrastructure Bill This WeekDemocratic lawmakers are facing a critical week on Capitol Hill as they seek to navigate internal divisions that could endanger Pres. Biden's domestic policy agenda. (9-26-21)
Advocates for Immigrant Rights March From Santa Rosa to HealdsburgImmigrant rights advocates took to the streets and roads of Sonoma County Sunday morning in a show of support for undocumented workers. John Ramos reports. (9-26-21)
With Double Slaying Sunday, Oakland Marks 102 Homicides So Far in 2021Oakland's violence crisis is reaching new heights. The city has already tied last year's homicide total in just nine months. Da Lin reports. (9-26-21)
Demonstrators Call for Continued Eviction Moratorium at S.F. RallyWith the state eviction moratorium about to expire, local housing advocates are demanding action to help renters who have fallen behind on their payments. Devin Fehely reports. (9-26-21)
A's Ticket Hike: Loyal Oakland A's fans have mixed emotions over planned ticket price increases for 2021 seasonThe Oakland A's are in jeopardy of losing a lot of loyal fans. They're raising the season ticket prices for next year.
Escape From Afghanistan: Afghan American Family Finally Returns to CaliforniaThe Zia family is safe at home, but they are still thinking of their family members, friends and colleagues who are stuck in Afghanistan under Taliban rule.
Andrew Yang Touts Basic Income at Mountain View RallyMountain View is joining a growing number of Bay Area cities moving ahead with a guaranteed or universal basic income trial program. Wilson Walker reports. (9-25-21)
National Park Service Proposes Parking Fees at Popular Bay Area BeachesSunday is the final day for the public to weigh in on a plan to begin charging fees at some national park sites in the Bay Area. John Ramos reports. (9-25-21)
Support Grows for Keeping JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park Car-FreeMost of John F. Kennedy Drive in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park was closed to cars when the pandemic began and the city could make that closure permanent. Devin Fehely reports. (9-25-21)
New Exhibition in San Francisco Brings Art to Life Through TechnologyRenaissance 2.0 at Modernism West, a gallery in San Francisco's Mission District, takes a dazzling look at the future of machine-enhanced art. Betty Yu reports. (9-24-21)
Costco Sets Limits on Purchases Due to Transportation SnagsPurchase limits and in some cases higher prices are coming now to a Costco near you. This time it's not driven by panic buying. Instead Costco says it has to do with supply chain delays. Da Lin reports. (9-24-21)
Fawn Fire, Ongoing Drought a Double Whammy for Area ResidentsThe Fawn Fire has exploded to 9 square miles, forcing thousands from their homes west of Redding. And the historic drought is complicating the firefight. Wilson Walker reports. (9-24-21)
SF Chain Store Ban Halts Mission District Taqueria Expansion to North BeachThe San Francisco Mission District Taqueria El Farolito had plans to open a new spot in North Beach but they may have to look elsewhere. Max Darrow reports. (9-24-21)
Theranos Lab Director Testimony Ends Week 3 of Holmes Fraud TrialTestimony Friday focused on what Elizabeth Holmes knew about her company's faulty blood-test technology and how she went ahead with plans to launch the product anyway. Len Ramirez reports. (9-24-21)
South Bay Authorities Step Up Search for 'Highway Slingshot Shooter'The search is on for a vandal or vandals who have been using a slingshot to fire ball bearings into windows along the Guadalupe Freeway. Maria Cid Medina reports. (9-23-21)
Caldor Fire Flare Up Puts Residents On EdgeA flare-up from the Caldor Fire has nearby residents concerned. Rene Santos reports.
Oakland Hit With Lawsuit for Failure to Clean Up Homeless CampsThe "We Deserve Better" Alliance has filed a lawsuit against Oakland for failing to enforce a policy requiring the city to clean up homeless encampments and move residents into housing. Andria Borba reports. (9-23-21)
San Mateo Plans to Keep Section of B Street Closed to CarsAs some cities begin to reopen streets and eliminate outdoor dining parklets, San Mateo plans to keep cars off a downtown street for good. Max Darrow reports. (9-23-21)