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Vern Glenn Pays Tribute to Retiring Anchor Ken BastidaKPIX 5 Sports anchor and reporter Vern Glenn bids farewell to retiring news anchor Ken Bastida (10-27-2021)
Ken Bastida Reports on the Israeli-Palestinian ConflictWatch an excerpt from retiring KPIX anchor and reporter Ken Bastida's Emmy-winning work covering the Middle East conflict in 2002.
Shipping Industry Meets In San Francisco, Warn Backlog To Stretch Past HolidaysLeaders in the shipping and logistics industries met in San Francisco on Wednesday, warning the backlog overwhelming ships and ports could linger for a very long time. Andria Borba reports. (10/27/21)
Big Storm Leaves Bay Waters Strewn With DebrisThe big storm brought a lot of much needed moisture to the Bay Area, but it also brought a lot of stuff into the bay that doesn't belong there. Max Darrow reports.
Jefferson Award: Concord Minister Creates A 'Love Revolution' Among HomelessA Concord man is spending his retirement years creating what he calls a 'Love Revolution' among the homeless. Sharon Chin introduces us to this week's Jefferson Award winner Jack Fliehmann.
Oakland School Board Meets to Discuss Reinstating Police Mentoring ProgramJohn Ramos reports on a church and police mentoring program for Oakland students that was eliminated by OUSD's George Floyd Resolution (10-27-2021)
Lost Bear Roaming Backyards, School, Streets Gives SoCal Community A ScareIn Southern California, a roaming bear stirred up some excitement Wednesday morning. It was spotted in backyards and at a school. Reporter Joy Benedict tells us what happened next.
Caught On Camera: Sacramento Smog Shop Operator Thwarts Kidnapping AttemptA man who operates a smog shop in Sacramento is being hailed as a hero after stepping in to stop the attempted kidnapping of a baby earlier this week. Renee Santos reports. (10/27/21)
Broken Water Main in San Jose Cancels Elizabeth Holmes Trial ProceedingsLen Ramirez reports on how a broken water pipe in downtown San Jose derailed the Theranos fraud trial of Elizabeth Holmes for the rest of the week (10-27-2021)
Guilty Verdict In Case Of Danville Deputy Accused Of Killing Laudemer Arboleda KillingIn a first-of-its-kind verdict, a Danville sheriff's deputy was found guilty for killing a man. But as Andrea Nakano explains, the family of victim Laudemer Arboleda was hoping for something else.
Theranos Trial: Witness Alleges Holmes Lied To Encourage Billionaires To Invest MillionsTestimony on Tuesday in the Elizabeth Holmes fraud trail gives us a glimpse into how the billionaire Devos family was enticed into a major investment. Len Ramirez reports from the courthouse.
Ken Bastida Reports from the Great OutdoorsClips of retiring KPIX anchor Ken Bastida reporting on the great outdoors in Northern California including a stop in Yosemite and a white-water rafting trip (10-26-2021)
Petaluma Receives $1M 'Cool Cities' Grant To Help Achieve Carbon NeutralityPetaluma, along with Irvine and Los Angeles, have received $1 million "Cool Cities" grants in an effort to help achieve carbon neutrality by 2030. John Ramos reports. (10/26/21)
SJSU Honors Whistleblowers Who Exposed Sex Abuse In Women's Athletic DepartmentTwo whistleblowers in the sexual abuse scandal at San Jose State University appeared in public together on Tuesday, for the first time. Kiet Do tells us more about a special honor for the two men.
East Palo Alto Residents on Edge Over Pending Release of Convicted Sex PredatorMax Darrow reports on growing concerns over release of a convicted sex predator in an East Palo Alto neighborhood (10-26-2021)
Hung Jury In Trial of Danville Deputy Andrew Hall Over Laudemer Arboleda Killing; Guilty On Gun AssaultA mistrial was declared following a hung jury in the manslaughter trial of Andrew Hall, the Danville police officer and Contra Costa County sheriff's deputy accused in the 2018 shooting death of Laudemer Arboleda, with the jury finding Hall guilty of assault with a firearm. Andrea Nakano reports.
Ken Bastida: Retiring KPIX 5 anchor Ken Bastida recalls covering the 1991 Oakland Hills fireRetiring KPIX 5 anchor Ken Bastida recalls covering the 1991 Oakland Hills fire
Santa Rosa Neighbors Blame City For Overflowing Creek, FloodingSome neighbors in Santa Rosa are furious after their backyard creek flooded. Andrea Nakano tells us they say the city could have prevented it.
Rain From Atmospheric River May Have Ended Northern California's Wildfire SeasonWith all the rain, many hope the atmospheric river that moved through over the weekend brought an end to the wildfire season in Northern California. KPIX 5 sent Kenny Choi to find out.
Activists Claim Benicia Polluter Repeatedly Put Toxic 'Petcoke' in BayAndrea Borba reports on activists accusing port in Benicia of spewing "petroleum coke" into San Francisco Bay (10-25-2021)
Atmospheric River: North Bay Water Officials Wait & See On Easing Restrictions After Major StormWhile the past weekend's storm provided plenty of much needed rainfall, North Bay water officials and residents are taking a wait-and-see approach when it comes to possibly easing water restrictions. John Ramos reports. (10/25/21)
Santa Cruz Mountain Residents Dig Out From Debris Left Behind By Big StormDevin Fehely reports on crews cleaning up from atmospheric river storm's impact in Santa Cruz County (10-25-2021)
New Documents Reveal Safety Issues with Person Handling Guns Before Fatal Movie Set ShootingElizabeth Cook reports on new details surfacing about safety issues on the set of film that had fatal accidental shooting with prop gun (10-25-2021)
Desperately-Needed Rainfall from 'Bomb Cyclone' Gives Hope For North Bay Drought RecoveryThe atmospheric river storm came with a lot of expectations, not just for what the weekend might look like but what it could mean for the larger conversation of crawling out of two years of drought. It was just one storm, but it did not disappoint. Wilson Walker reports.

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