Oakland City Councilwoman Lynette McElhaney up for re-election is crying foul after her campaign signs were stolen. Juliette Goodrich says she's not pointing fingers, and instead asking everyone to be less aggressive.
East Bay Lawmaker Up For Re-Election Says Campaign Signs Were Stolen, Taken DownOakland City Councilwoman Lynette McElhaney up for re-election is crying foul after her campaign signs were stolen. Juliette Goodrich says she's not pointing fingers, and instead asking everyone to be less aggressive.
Charities Sees Record Donations as Residents Clean Their Houses During COVIDDon Ford reports on second hand stores receiving record donations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Facing Soaring Demand for Services, SF - Marin Food Bank Calls for VolunteersThe San Francisco-Marin Food Bank is putting out an urgent call for people to help distribute food to a growing number of people who depend on the service. Sharon Chin reports. (10-18-20)
Spike in Violence Has Oakland Mayor Rethinking Approach to Fighting CrimeMayor Libby Schaaf says the pandemic has paused critical gun violence reduction work and outreach efforts through a program called Ceasefire. Betty Yu reports. (10-18-20)
Vote Smart: Polling Expert Analyzes State of the Presidential RaceKPIX 5's Ken Bastida talks election news with Kathy Frankovic, one of the world's leading experts in public-opinion polling. (10-16-20)
San Jose PD Creates Mental Health Crisis Response TeamThe San Jose police department is launching a new unit aimed at de-escalating situations involving people going through a mental health crisis. Len Ramirez reports. (10-15-20)
SF Archbishop Meets With East Palo Alto Community for Social Justice DialogueThe San Francisco Archbishop went to church in East Palo Alto Saturday, not to preach but to listen. Wilson Walker reports. (10-10-20)
Art - Not Visitors - Crowds New Exhibit at S.F. deYoung MuseumSan Francisco's deYoung museum is showing how local artists continue to thrive in their work amid the pandemic. Emily Turner reports. (10-10-20)
Chipping Away at Cancer at the Have a Ball Foundation Golf TournamentVern Glenn tees up to help fight cancer at Round Hill Country Club where the Have a Ball Foundation Golf Tournament is set for Monday. (10-10-20)
SFPD Joins in National 'Faith and Blue' Community Outreach EventFriday kicks off the first ever "Faith and Blue" day at churches not only in San Francisco but across the country. Andria Borba reports. (10-9-20)
Oakland Community Assistance Organization's Food Truck Stolen Then Found DamagedAn East Bay community organization that helps feed thousands of people in need now could use some help after its food truck was stolen Wednesday night. Joe Vazquez reports. (10-8-20)
Oakland Revives 15-Year-Old Slavery Disclosure LawThe city of Oakland is taking a step to make companies disclose any historical ties to slavery. Kenny Choi reports. (10-8-20)
Self-Serving Trump Letter Pulled From Food Bank HandoutsFood banks are removing a signed letter from President Trump that were placed inside food boxes distributed to families in need. Da Lin reports. (10-2-20)
Evacuations Leave Calistoga a Ghost Town Ahead of Approaching Glass FireIt was another day of watching, waiting and hoping in Calistoga as fire continued to threaten the Napa Valley community from multiple directions. Wilson Walker reports. (10-1-20)
Santa Clara County Gears Up for Influx of Poll WatchersSanta Clara County's registrar of voters is preparing for a potential increase in poll observers during the presidential election, after Pres. Trump called on his supporters to go to the polls on election night. Len Ramirez reports. (10-1-20)
Glass Fire Grows Overnight, Fire Investigation Underway in Sonoma CountyAnother round of high temperatures and extreme conditions were forecast Thursday and in the days ahead as firefighters battling the Glass Fire in Napa and Sonoma counties prepared for the worst. Kiet Do reports.
Watch Black Renaissance - September 2020 EpisodeWATCH Black Renaissance | September 2020 Episode - Featuring comedian Kevin Hart, Golden State Warriors' Steph Curry, Oakland Promise CEO Mia Bonta, OAACC President Cathy Adams, AASEG Ray Bobbitt and Humble Horsemanship owner Brianna Noble. Host: Jan Mabry
Oakland Afr.-Am. Chamber Of Commerce Raises $1M To Help Black Businesses During PandemicBR host Jan Mabry talks to Oakland African-American Chamber of Commerce president Cathy D. Adams about the organization's $1 million fund to give grants black businesses during the pandemic.
Glass Fire Evacuees Gather at Napa ChurchHours after the fire broke out Sunday morning, evacuees were lining up at the Crosswalk Community Church in Napa. Devin Fehely reports. (9-27-20)
'Forever Oakland' Brings Volunteers Together to Tackle Trash PickupGreg “Griz” Jones' “Forever Oakland” initiative has grown over the years into a dedicated group of volunteers who show up on Saturdays to do the dirty work of beautification the city won’t do. (9-26-20)
Bay Area Cities Hire Extra Help in Rush to Complete 2020 CensusCities and counties across California are trying to make sure we get an accurate population count and, in many instances, they've hired their own workers to supplement the efforts of federal census takers. Devin Fehely reports. (9-25-20)
San Jose Revives Police Foot Patrols in Little Saigon NeighborhoodAfter accusations of a violent response to protesters, San Jose police are working to rebuild trust in the community, step by step. Kiet Do reports. (9-25-20)
San Francisco Sets Aside Millions to Mitigate Virus Impact on Latino CommunitySan Francisco mayor London Breed's office announced $28.5 million will be allocated to the city's Latino community to combat the coronavirus. Joe Vazquez reports. (9-24-20)
Parents, Teachers at Odds Over Reopening Palo Alto School ClassroomsFor Palo Alto school officials, reopening in-person learning is a tough call. Parents want it but teachers don't feel comfortable returning to the classroom. Kiet Do reports (9-24-20)