On her fifth day on the witness stand, Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes was questioned by prosecutors for the first time in her fraud trial. Len Ramirez reports. (11/30/21)
Supreme Court Justice, San Francisco Native Stephen Breyer Set To RetireSupreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, a San Francisco native, announced he would retire at the end of this year's term, giving President Joe Biden his first opportunity to shape the future of the court. Andria Borba reports. (1/26/22)
Fatal Crash, Fire Involving Big-Rig Prompts Closure Of Eastbound Richmond-San Rafael BridgeOne person has died following a fatal crash and fire involving a big-rig on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge Wednesday night. (1/26/22)
Homeless Encampment On BART Property In Concord EvictedOn Wednesday, authorities have evicted the remaining residents of a homeless encampment underneath elevated BART tracks in Concord. (1/26/22)
Bay Area African-American Church Congregations In Peril After Leader Accused Of FraudMembers of AME Zion Church congregations in Oakland, San Jose, Palo Alto face uncertainty after a former bishop was indicted on fraud and conspiracy charges, leaving the churches in debt. Devin Fehely reports. (1/26/22)
Gun Rights Group Sues San Jose Over Liability Insurance OrdinanceHours after passing the nation’s first law requiring gun owners to purchase liability insurance and pay an annual fee, gun rights advocates sued the City of San Jose seeking “injunctive relief” to immediately block the new law from taking effect, while the legal challenges are resolved. Kiet Do reports.
Questions Raised After Suspect In Attacks On San Francisco Asian Businesses Found To Be Out Of CustodyAccording to the San Francisco District Attorney’s office, 37 year old Derik Barreto is the man responsible for more than half of all reported hate crimes against the API community in San Francisco last year. Kenny Choi reports. (1/26/22)
2022 Jefferson Awards Medal Ceremony to Honor 2021 WinnersWe are honoring all of our 2021 KPIX Bay Area Jefferson Award winners in a virtual ceremony at 6 p.m. Thursday, January 27, 2022. Register to save your spot and watch the award ceremony at https://sanfrancisco.multiplyinggood.org/KPIXJeffersonAwards
Fight of California Solar Power Incentives Playing Out Over AirwavesJohn Ramos reports on the intense battle over California's solar incentive program that is set to be weighed by the CPUC (1-26-2022)
San Francisco Crime Statistics Show Sharp Rise In Gun Violence In 2021On Wednesday, Mayor London Breed and San Francisco Police Chief Bill Scott revealed the city's final crime statistics from 2021, which included a sharp jump in gun violence. Wilson Walker reports. (1/26/22)
Niners Fans Who Live in LA Ready to Represent the Red and GoldLen Ramirez reports on the significant number of 49ers fans who were born and raised in Los Angeles (1-26-2022)
Broad Ramifications of Supreme Court Justice Breyer Announcing His RetirementTeam coverage of Supreme Court Justice Breyer planning to announce his retirement and the fallout from his decision (1-26-2022)
VIDEO: French Bulldog Stolen At Gunpoint In Castro Valley Reunites With OwnerA French bulldog stolen at gunpoint in Castro Valley is reunited with its owner.
San Jose Becomes First U.S. City With Gun Liability Insurance LawSan Jose just made history becoming the first city in the nation to require gun liability insurance. Maria Cid Medina gets reactions from supporters and opponents.
Asian American Hate Crimes: Victim In Brutal Chinatown Attack Sues San Francisco DA Chesa BoudinVictim In Brutal Chinatown Attack Sues San Francisco DA Chesa Boudin Amid Shocking Jump In Anti-Asian Hate Crimes
Port Pollution: West Oakland residents oppose proposed open air sand and gravel storage site at Port of OaklandWest Oakland residents say they are concerned about dusty air from proposed open air sand and gravel storage site at Port of Oakland
Omicron: Emerging Omicron Sub Variant Shouldn't Delay Lull In COVID pandemicExperts believe there is a lull coming to the COVID pandemic
San Jose Urban Village: Developers hope to old San Jose strip mall into a new urban villageDevelopers hope to turn the old El Paseo de Saratoga Center into an urban village similar to Santana Row
Omicron: Infectious Sub-Variant Of Omicron Detected In Santa Clara CountyUCSF Infectious Disease Expert Dr. Peter Chin-Hong on the new descendant of the highly contagious omicron variant detected in Santa Clara County
Blaring Train Horns: Menlo Park residents want to silence annoying Cal Train hornsMenlo Park is trying to find a way to silence the dozens of trains that blare their horns as they travel up and down the Peninsula every day
49ers Faithful: Excitement builds among 49ers fans days before the NFC Championship showdown with the RamsThe 49ers Faithful are getting ready for Sunday's NFC Championship showdown
Fentanyl Murder Charge: DA Charges Teen With Murder For Selling Fatal Dose Of Fentanyl To 12-Year-Old GirlThe Santa Clara District Attorney’s office announced Tuesday that has charged a teenage drug dealer with murder for selling a fatal dose of Fentanyl to 12-year-old.
Restrictions Lifted On Tickets To NFC Championship For 49ers Fans49er fans are free to pack the stands in the championship game in Southern California. It comes after the Rams went to extreme measures to avoid another sea of red at SoFi Stadium. Reporter Chris Holstom reports on the fallout.
Big Sur 'Colorado' Fire Could Be Sign Of Longer Wildfire SeasonThe wildfire burning in the Big Sure area has experts thinking the fire season could become year-round in California. Maria Cid Medina explains.
Sunnyvale Shoots Green Lasers To Shoo Away Growing Flock Of CrowsLike as scene out of Alfred Hitchcock's movie, 'The Birds,' more than 1,000 crows have flocked to Sunnyvale. Andria Borba tells us the city is shooting green lasars at the birds, to try and drive them away.