Millions of Californians to Lose Unemployment BenefitsPandemic unemployment benefits will be suddenly cut off next week for roughly two million Californians. Len Ramirez reports. (8-26-21)
San Jose Gas-Leak Evacuations Lifted Thursday EveningA major gas line rupture which forced residents to leave their homes in San Jose Wednesday could soon be over. Kiet Do reports. (8-26-21)
Bay Area Afghan Community Ramps Up Support Effort for RefugeesThe parking lot of a mosque in Hayward was turned into a relief center Thursday for refugees trying to escape Afghanistan. Wilson Walker reports. (8-26-21)
Dozens Killed in Kabul Suicide Bomb BlastThe Pentagon says thousands of evacuees are still being processed at Kabul's international airport after nearby attacks killed several U.S. service members and many more Afghan civilians. Steve Dorsey reports. (8-26-21)
Silicon Valley Pride Parade Tells Officers Not To March In Uniform; San Jose Police DismayedThe San Jose Police Officers Association president said Wednesday he's in "disbelief" that Silicon Valley Pride organizers have asked uniformed law enforcement not to participate in this year's parade. (8/25/21)
Fremont Police Fatally Shoot Suspect In Attempted Murder CaseAn attempted murder suspect who was armed with a gun was shot and killed by a Fremont police Wednesday afternoon. Maria Cid Medina reports. (8/25/21)
$100M Project To Fix San Francisco’s Sinking Millennium Tower Abruptly HaltedA major construction fix to stop the city's millennium tower from sinking has been abruptly halted. Andria Borba reports. (8/25/21)
12-Year-Old Killed, Woman Critically Hurt After Car Tries To Beat Train At Oakley CrossingResidents in an Oakley neighborhood are reeling after a 12-year-old was killed and a 19-year-old driver was injured when their vehicle became stuck on railroad tracks and was struck by a passing train Wednesday afternoon. Andrea Nakano reports. (8/25/21)
Crime Drops In South Bay Neighborhood Thanks To High-Tech Surveillance CamerasA pilot program involving hundreds of security cameras has made one South Bay neighborhood safer. Kiet Do shows us how an old-school neighborhood watch got a boost from some high-tech security.
North Bay Veterinarians Saving Animal, Human Lives With Volunteer Mobile Pet ClinicNorth Bay veterinarians Dr. Kate Kuzminski and Dr. Sarah Reidenbach retrofitted an ambulance into a free pet clinic on wheels. Sharon Chin reports.
Judge Orders UC Berkeley To Freeze Enrollment After Neighborhood Group SuesEnrollment at UC Berkeley has grown wildly over the past 15 years, causing a severe housing shortage in the surrounding neighborhoods. John Ramos reports that now, a court is holding the university responsible for its enrollment decisions.
Some Fire Evacuees At Amador County Temporary Shelter Asked to LeaveMarissa Pearlman reports on some Caldor Fire evacuees being told to leave shelter at Amador County Fairgrounds (8-25-2021)
Oakland Police Shoot Possible Manslaughter SuspectElizabeth Cook reports on a manslaughter suspect being injured in an Oakland officer-involved shooting (8-25-2021)
12-Year-Old Killed, Woman Critically Hurt After Car Tries To Beat Train At Oakley CrossingA freight train hit a vehicle on the tracks in Oakley Wednesday, killing a 12-year-old boy and critically-injuring a woman, after a grey Lexus SUV tried to beat the train at a railroad crossing.
Afghan Man In Fremont Fears For Others Back Home As Aug. 31 Deadline LoomsThe rush to evacuate Afghanistan continues around the clock with the deadline for U.S. troops to withdraw fast approaching. Andria Borba reports on where the effort stands, so far.
VTA Mass Shooting: Light Rail Service Could Resume In Time For 49ers v Raiders GameAlmost 3 months since the VTA mass shooting, the agency is testing light rail trains in hopes of resuming service soon. Kiet Do reports trains may be running in time for this weekend's 49ers game against the Raiders.
At Least 1 Dead In Brentwood Triple ShootingAuthorities in Contra Costa County are investigating a triple shooting in Brentwood that has left one person dead (8-24-2021)
Anti-Vaxx Protesters Disrupt San Jose City Council Meeting On Vaccine MandateAnti-vaccination protesters Tuesday disrupted a San Jose City Council meeting to vote on vaccination mandates for events at city facilities. Devin Fehely reports.
VTA Officials Hope to Partially Restore Light Rail Service by SundayKiet Do reports on VTA hoping to have some light rail service running again in time for the 49ers-Raiders preseason game on Sunday (8-24-2021)
Sonoma County Inventors Set Record For Solar-Power LocomotivesIn a history making trip, a pair of Sonoma County inventors set a new land speed record for locomotives powered by the sun, with plans of being the fastest solar powered vehicle in a future attempt. John Ramos reports. (8/24/21)
Raw Video: Scene of Shooting in Brentwood That Injured 3Police were responding to a shooting in Brentwood that has injured three people, authorities said.
Early Votes for the Recall Election Begin Rolling InJeff Nguyen reports on the first ballots being returned to the state for next month's recall election. (8/24/2021)
Campbell Police Ask For Public's Help Finding Stolen Van, Possibly Kidnapped WomanKen Bastida reports on a South Bay investigation into a stolen van and a woman who may have been kidnapped over the weekend (8-24-2021)
Travel Advisories Return as COVID Cases SurgeMax Darrow reports on how Bay Area residents are planning ahead now that new policies might once again put a halt to their travel plans. (8/24/2021)