Cubs Orphaned In Caldor Fire Get Special Care At Sonoma Co. Wildlife RefugeThe Caldor Fire turned a lot of people into refugees but that included three little black bear cubs who have found a temporary home in Sonoma Co. John Ramos shows us why they need the public's help.
Bay Area District Attorneys Settle With Ulta Beauty Over Improper Disposal Of Hazardous MaterialsTen district attorneys in the San Francisco and Monterey Bay areas announced Monday that they have reached a settlement with the cosmetics company Ulta Beauty for improperly storing, handling and disposing hazardous materials. Juliette Goodrich reports.
USA Gymnastics Star Simone Biles Excited To Perform In Bay Area4-time Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles headlines the 'Gold Over America" tour which will make stops at the SAP Center and Chase Center next weekend. Vern Glenn interviewed Biles and her USA Gymnastics teammate Jordan Chiles on Inside The Five. (9-20-21)
Dreamforce Returns: A scaled down Dreamforce convention set to begin in San FranciscoA scaled down Dreamforce convention set to begin in San Francisco
Red Flag Warning: Orinda residents prepare for gusty Red Flag Warning windsOrinda residents prepare for gusty Red Flag Warning winds
PG&E Says Light Rain After Long Drought Led to Lights-OutThe outages began late Saturday as rain and heavy fog settled on power lines and equipment that had accumulated dust and debris during a long dry spell. John Ramos reports. (9-19-21)
Crews Battle KNP Complex Fire; Flames Threaten Forest in Sequoia Nat'l ParkCalifornia firefighters are battling to keep flames from driving farther into a grove of ancient sequoias, where the base of the world’s largest tree has been wrapped in protective foil. Devin Fehely reports. (9-19-21)
San Francisco: Patrons flock to Abaca -- San Francisco's new upscale Filipino cuisine destinationPatrons flock to Abaca -- San Francisco's new upscale Filipino cuisine destination
Volunteers Spread Out Across Bay Area for Annual Coastal CleanupA persistent problem got a lot of attention across the Bay Area Saturday with the annual coastal cleanup, said to be the largest annual volunteer event in California. Wilson Walker reports. (9-18-21)
San Francisco Celebrates Rise of Lowrider Community With Car Show and CruiseSaturday was proclaimed “Lowrider Day” in San Francisco and, on the first day of Hispanic Heritage Month, Latino leaders reflected on lowriders' influence in the city and beyond. John Ramos reports. (9-18-21)
Memorial Held for Nicole Gee, Marine Killed in Afghanistan WithdrawalA final salute to a hometown hero. Fallen Marine and Roseville native Sgt. Nicole Gee was laid to rest Saturday. Devin Fehely reports. (9-18-21)
South Bay Congressman Welcomes Afghan Refugees Arriving in FremontThere's a new life awaiting Afghan refugees landing in Fremont after the Taliban takeover and, on Friday, Rep. Ro Khanna met with some refugees and told them they are welcome here. Andria Borba reports. (9-17-21)
Smash-and-Grab Jewelry Store Robbery in Daly City Caught on CameraA group of thieves smashed display cases at a jewelry store in Daly City and made off with merchandise in an incident captured on video. Betty Yu reports. (9-17-21)
9 OPD Officers Disciplined After Investigation Into Offensive Social Media PostsOakland city officials on Friday revealed that a total of nine officers were disciplined as a result of inappropriate use of social media. Andrea Nakano reports. (9-17-21)
Mayor Breed Addresses Mask ControversyOn Friday, San Francisco Mayor London Breed spoke to KPIX 5 about being caught without a mask inside of the city's Black Cat nightclub. Video showed Mayor Breed dancing without a mask while watching a performance by Bay Area American soul/R&B group Tony! Toni! Toné!.
Tree Die-Off Spurs Renewed Push to Reduce Fire Risk in the East Bay HillsEast Bay Regional Parks leaders gathered Friday to review their preparations for a worst-case scenario: A wind-driven fire, pushed out of the canyons and into the hills. Wilson Walker reports. (9-17-21)
Theranos Trial: Former Employees TestifyElizabeth Holmes returned to court for Day 4 of her trial facing charges of fraud and conspiracy. Len Ramirez reports. (9-17-21)
Oakland Businesses See Soaring Crime From Nearby Homeless RV CampOakland business owners are fed up with a nearby homeless encampment they say is getting out of hand. Da Lin reports. (9-17-21)
Police Seek Suspect in Freeway Shooting Outside Caldecott TunnelLate Thursday the hunt was on for a driver who opened fire on a busy East Bay freeway during the height of rush hour traffic. Katie Nielsen reports. (9-16-21)
Sinking San Francisco Skyscraper Repairs On Hold IndefinitelyDays after San Francisco officials put work to shore up San Francisco’s leaning Millennium Tower on indefinite hold, there’s new evidence that building officials were forewarned about the dangers of the planned fix. Max Darrow reports (9-16-21)
Exhibit in San Francisco Mission District Showcases Lowrider StyleA new exhibit in San Francisco focuses on lowrider art and how a lifestyle once considered criminal activity became a catalyst for positive social change for the Latino community. Len Ramirez reports. (9-16-21)
Koi Nation Plans Casino on Sonoma County FarmlandA new casino could be coming to Sonoma County but not everyone is on board. Wilson Walker reports. (9-16-21)
Freeway Shooting Snarls Commute Traffic Outside Caldecott TunnelA shooting was reported just outside the Caldecott Tunnel Thursday afternoon involving two cars that had been racing across the Bay Bridge. (9-16-21)
TikTok Challenge Encourages Students to Damage, Steal School PropertyA viral TikTok trend has made its way into schools across the country. It encourages students to record themselves stealing and vandalizing school property, then post it on the social media app. (9-16-21)

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