Neighbors Protest New Homeless RV Parking Site in San JoseKiet Do reports on protest staged over location of San Jose's safe RV parking site (9-7-2021)
NorCal Survivors Of 9/11 Attacks Recount Escape From World Trade Tower 2Two survivors from Northern California were in the World Trade Center the day of the 9/11 terror attacks for very different reasons and both made it out at about the same time.
Friends, Family Remember Hiker Killed In Fall From Pacifica CliffFriends and family are remembering Yvonne Rogan, a hiker who tragically fell off the Mori Point trail in Pacifica over the Labor Day weekend. Max Darrow reports. (9/7/21)
National Park Service Considers Charging Parking Fees At Some Bay Area Parks, BeachesPlaces such as Stinson Beach, China Beach and Baker Beach have bee free to access for decades, but that could soon change. Devin Fehely explains what visitors could be required to pay.
Firefighter Injured in Oakley After East Contra Costa Fire Tanker Truck RollsAndrea Nakano reports on firefighter suffering minor injuries after ECCFPD water tender truck rolls over in accident (9-7-2021)
Friends, Community Grieve For 2 Teens Killed By Suspected DUI DriverA community in Contra Costa County is grieving after two young lives were taken in a horrific accident. Andrea Nakano has more on the victims and the suspect.
Caldor Fire Evacuees Return Home To South Lake TahoeThousands of evacuees were returning home to South Lake Tahoe after authorities lifted evacuation orders.
Firefighters Battling Several Suspected Arson Brush Fires In HealdsburgCrews were were busy battling several suspicious brush fires in and around Healdsburg Monday night. There were reports of as many as eight blazes burning just before 9 p.m.
Federal Unemployment Benefits End for Millions of CaliforniansMore than two million Californians have lost federal unemployment benefits that helped them stay afloat financially during the worst of the pandemic. Devin Fehely reports. (9-6-21)
Silicon Chip Shortage Throttles Car Sales on Labor DayFor car dealerships, it has been a Labor Day like no other as a worldwide computer chip shortage has decimated supply. John Ramos reports. (9-6-21)
Santa Cruz Businesses See Relief as Visitors Show Up for Labor DayThe last unofficial day of summer went out with a "ka-ching" for local business owners on the Santa Cruz boardwalk. Kiet Do reports. (9-6-21)
COVID: Pfizer COVID Booster Shots May Be Only One Ready to Go By Sept 20The Biden administration targeted the week of September 20th to have booster shots ready to go for Americans, Dr. Anthony Fauci said Sunday Pfizer may be the only one to meet that deadline.
Former Windsor Mayor Who Resigned in Disgrace Files to Run Again in 2022The former mayor of Windsor resigned in May amid multiple allegations of sexual assault but, two weeks ago, Dominic Foppoli filed papers to run again in 2022. John Ramos reports. (9-5-21)
Marvel's History-Making 'Shang-Chi' Breaks Barriers and Box Office RecordsIt's opening weekend for Marvel's Asian-led superhero movie called Shang-Chi. Parts of the history-making film were shot and set in San Francisco. Betty Yu reports. (9-5-21)
Slew of San Jose Saturday Sideshows Caught on CameraIt was another wild night of multiple sideshows in the South Bay and residents complain the police response is too little, too late. Da Lin reports. (9-5-21)
Crews Mark Significant Progress Containing Caldor FireCal Fire is getting the upper hand on the Dixie and Caldor wildfires. On Sunday mandatory evacuations in South Lake Tahoe were reduced to warnings. Devin Fehely reports. (9-5-21)
Driver Arrested Following Fatal Hit-and-Run in KnightsenA suspected drunk driver was arrested after a deadly hit-and-run near Brentwood in Contra Costa County Saturday night. (9-5-21)
PANDEMIC AID: Additional Pandemic Unemployment Benefits Come To An EndAdditional Pandemic Unemployment Benefits Come To An End
Mini Horses Bring Relief From Stress to COVID-Weary Health WorkersOn Saturday, a group of mini horses from the rescue group “Angels for Minis” visited John Muir Medical Center and, although the animals are diminutive, the joy they brought health care workers was mammoth. John Ramos reports. (9-4-21)
Lake Tahoe Businesses Struggle as Labor Day Crowds Fizzle With WildfiresThe lack of tourists at Lake Tahoe due to the Caldor Fire this holiday weekend is a big blow to businesses already hit hard by the pandemic. Devin Fehely reports that some merchants are calling this weekend a punch in the gut. (9-4-21)
Oracle Park Food Workers Vote to StrikeConcessions workers at Oracle Park voted to strike on Saturday, hours before the Giants were set to take the field against the Dodgers. Da Lin reports. (9-4-21)
BottleRock Blasts Off With a BangBottleRock is officially underway in the Napa Balley and there are new COVID-related safety protocols in place for the three-day music, wine and food festival. Betty Yu reports. (9-3-21)
Mountain View Begins Enforcing Ban on Most RV Street ParkingDespite a lawsuit calling its ban on oversized vehicles on narrow streets inhumane, the city of Mountain View has begun to enforce the voter-approved measure. Maria Cid Medina reports. (9-3-21)
Man Robbed, Beaten Following Intentional Hit-and-Run Crash at S.F. Bus StopA man says robbers intentionally hit him with a car while he was waiting at a San Francisco bus stop. Da Lin reports. (9-3-21)