Elizabeth Holmes Awaits Jury's Verdict in Theranos Fraud TrialThe fate of Elizabeth Holmes is now in a jury’s hands and some experts think they may return with a verdict as soon as Monday. Devin Fehely reports. (12-19-21)
Matrix Resurrection: KPIX's Betty Yu interviews the stars of Matrix ResurrectionThe stars walked the green carpet outside the historic Castro Theater for the highly anticipated U.S. premiere of The Matrix Resurrections Saturday night.
HOLIDAY Travel: Numbers of travelers are up at Bay Area airports but so are concerns about the omicron variantWith Christmas just days away, crowds are growing at San Francisco International Airport.
'Winter Wonderland' Street Fest Promotes Recovery in SF ChinatownSaturday saw the second annual Chinatown Winter Wonderland, created to help revitalize the famed San Francisco neighborhood hard-hit by the pandemic. Shawn Chitnis reports. (12-18-21)
Rain-Refreshed Rivers in South Bay See Return of Spawning SalmonChinook salmon are back in the Guadalupe River watershed, helped along their seasonal journey by runoff from recent rains. Devin Fehely reports. (12-18-21)
Last California Kmart Prepares to Close SundayThe once-mighty retailer that boasted nearly 2,500 stores ends its West Coast presence this weekend by liquidating virtually everything in its Grass Valley location. George Warren reports. (12-18-21)
Spider-Man Snaps Movie Theater Business Back to LifeThe movie theater industry needed a hero in the pandemic and it appears it has found one in the latest Spider-Man film. Da Lin reports. (12-17-21)
Brazen Catalytic Converter Theft Caught on CameraThe victim of a catalytic converter theft that was caught on camera said Friday she was home when the thief decided to stop traffic and steal the auto part right outside her front door. Maria Cid Medina reports. (12-17-21)
Raw Video: Gov. Newsom Announces Funding for Combating Retail CrimeGovernor Gavin Newsom unveiled a plan Friday to distribute $250 million in grants to help local jurisdictions curb organized retail theft and gun smuggling, while Attorney General Rob Bonta announced a new task force dedicated to prosecuting retail theft.
Governor Newsom Touts Efforts to Combat Smash-and-GrabsGov. Newsom was back in the Bay Area Friday talking about crime and he's not alone -- leaders around the region have been sounding alarms. Wilson Walker reports. (12-17-21)
South Bay Advocates Paint Tombstones to Mark Exposure Deaths of UnhousedAt least five people died during the cold and wet weather in the South Bay. They were all homeless. Shawn Chitnis reports. (12-17-21)
Bay Area Tech Talent Helped Build Webb Space TelescopeNASA’s next great observatory, the James Webb Space Telescope, launches next week. Max Darrow reports. (12-17-21)
December Snowfall Brightens Outlook for Sierra Ski SeasonAs the holidays begin, skiers are all smiles on their way to Sierra ski resorts. (12-17-21)
Theranos Fraud Trial Heads to JuryThe jury that will weigh 11 charges of fraud and conspiracy against former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes finally got the case late Friday after a three-month trial. Kiet Do reports. (12-17-21)
Woman Dead, 4 Hospitalized in Pittsburg From Carbon Monoxide PoisoningA woman died and a man and three children were hospitalized from apparent carbon monoxide poisoning at a home in Pittsburg on Thursday evening. Andra Borba reports. (12-17-21)
Facing Pandemic-Depressed Business, Bay Area Restaurants Struggle to Stay OpenLast year, restaurants were getting ready to package up holiday meals to go. This year, in-person dining is back but the question is: how long can restaurateurs continue to serve? Andrea Nakano reports. (12-16-21)
Schools, Law Enforcement on Alert Over TikTok Posts Threatening ViolenceThreats of school shootings posted to the social media platform TikTok prompted school districts around the country to respond. Kenny Choi reports. (12-16-21)
Experimental Gene Therapy Effective in Giving Kids New Chance at LifeA new report shows how an experimental technique can produce dramatic benefits in young children born with AADC deficiency. Juliette Goodrich reports. (12-16-21)
Oakland Homeowner Blames Caltrans for Repeat FloodingTheresa Mendoza of Oakland blames a Caltrans drainage ditch and culvert that runs along her back fence for three recent flooding events in her home. Andria Borba reports. (12-16-21)
Late Autumn Storms Put State on Path to Defeat DroughtIt's much too soon to celebrate victory over drought but this fall has certainly been encouraging to weather and climate experts. Wilson Walker reports. (12-16-21)
Closing Arguments in Holmes Trial Focus on Her IntentJurors in the case of former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes on Thursday heard starkly different interpretations of her motives and actions. Kiet Do reports. (12-16-21)
Richmond Elementary Parents Call For Principal's Ouster, Keep 100+ Kids Out Of Class In 'Sickout'Dozens of parents at an East Bay elementary school have called for the principal to be removed and have held their children back from classes this week in what they described as a "sickout." Kenny Choi reports. (12/15/21)
San Jose Police Arrest 'Prolific Robbery Crew' For Crimes Targeting Asian WomenPolice in San Jose arrested what they described as a "prolific robbery crew" suspected in robberies targeting Asian women. Maria Cid Medina reports. (12/15/21)
North Bay Businesses Try To Stay Positive As Series Of Storms Keep People AwayAs another storm is making its way through the Bay Area, bringing much-needed rain, businesses are trying to stay positive even as wet weather dampens holiday spending. Andrea Nakano reports. (12/15/21)