Alameda police are warning residents about brazen break-ins in the last week. They say that, in four cases, the families came face to face with the burglar. Da Lin reports. (9-20-19)
Alameda Residents Startled by Brazen Home InvadersAlameda police are warning residents about brazen break-ins in the last week. They say that, in four cases, the families came face to face with the burglar. Da Lin reports. (9-20-19)
Drug Problems Plague Streets of San FranciscoThe drug-dealing along Seventh St. south of Market is bad and getting worse, say neighborhood residents and workers. Melissa Caen reports. (9-20-19)
Investigation Underway After Gunfire Damages SJSU LibraryAuthorities are searching for a gunman who opened fire on the San Jose State University campus on Thursday, striking the school's library. Jackie Ward reports. (9/20/19)
Library, Parking Garage on San Jose State University Campus Damaged by GunfireThe library and a parking structure at San Jose State University were damaged when gunshots were fired Thursday evening, university officials said. Christin Ayers reports. (9-19-19)
Police Investigate Reports of Shots Fired at SJSU CampusOfficers are investigating reports of shots fired on the San Jose State University campus late Thursday afternoon. (9-19-19)
S.F. Bar Owner Shuts Down Business, Blames Street People, CrimeAs Pres Trump calls out San Francisco for its troubled streets, one native of the city says he's shutting down his bar due to rampant drug-dealing outside his door. Melissa Caen reports. (9-19-19)
Man Arrested After Son's Tragic Boating Death Is Wealthy Mexican Property DeveloperA wealthy Tiburon father is facing multiple charges, including manslaughter, after his son died in a boating accident. The father is a member of one of Mexico's wealthiest and most powerful families. Betty Yu reports. (9-16-2019)
Raw Video: Police Standoff Forces Closure of Highway 101 in Santa RosaSWAT team officers used a smoke grenade to coax a suspect from his vehicle during a standoff with suspect on Highway 101 on Sept. 15, 2019 in Santa Rosa.
Protester Throws Red Liquid Substance At CA Lawmakers Causing Health ScareA protester was arrested after setting off a disturbing health scare at the state Capitol. She threw an object containing red liquid at lawmakers on the Senate floor. Betty Yu talked to an East Bay senator who was splattered by the substance.
Details Emerge About Woman Who Allegedly Threw Red Liquid At CA LawmakersRebecca Dalelio of Santa Cruz faces charges of assault and vandalism after she allegedly threw red liquid the color of blood on California lawmakers on the Senate floor during a protest.
Woman Arrested After Throwing Red Liquid on California SenatePolice have arrested a woman who threw a feminine hygiene device containing "what appeared to be blood" onto the floor of the state Senate, splashing onto lawmakers and forcing them to finish their work in a committee room. (9-13-19)
Police Say Homeless Woman Admits Starting Fire at Campbell Pet StoreA suspect has been arrested in the arson fire that damaged a popular pet store in Campbell. Kiet Do reports. (9-12-19)
Socialite Tiffany Li's Hillsborough Murder Trial DelayedAfter spending more than two years out of jail on a record $35 million bail, the murder trial of a Hillsborough socialite was supposed to get underway Thursday but then the judge delayed it for a week. Len Ramirez reports. (9-12-19)
Former NFL Player Terrell Roberts Shot Dead in RichmondTerrell Roberts, who played two seasons for the Cincinnati Bengals was at his grandmother's home in Richmond when someone entered the residence and shot him. Da Lin reports. (9-12-19)
Former NFL Player Shot Dead While Visiting Grandmother In Richmond, Family SaysA former NFL player was shot and killed at a home on Fascination Circle in Richmond on Wednesday evening, according to the man's family. (9-11-2019)
Report: Antonio Brown Sued By Woman Claiming He Raped, Assaulted HerStar NFL receiver Antonio Brown, who just left a controversial and short-lived tenure with the Oakland Raiders, is reportedly being sued by a woman who claims he raped and sexually assaulted her. (9-10-2019)
Judge Throws Lifeline To Opponents Of Homeless Navigation Center On SF EmbarcaderoOpponents of a Homeless Navigation Center on San Francisco's Embarcadero still hope to stop it from opening, even as construction begins on the waterfront. Andria Borba reports at a court hearing on Monday, a judge threw them a lifeline.
Critical Musical Instruments Stolen From Martinez Junior High Ahead Of ParadeThe Homecoming parade is an annual tradition in the city of Martinez, but this year, the Martinez Junior High School band is missing a few thousand dollars' worth of key instruments and equipment. Betty Yu reports. (9-8-2019)
Car Shooting Leaves Man Dead, Woman Hurt In San Francisco’s Crocker-AmazonSan Francisco police are investigating a fatal shooting in the city’s Crocker-Amazon neighborhood late Sunday evening, authorities said. A man is dead and a woman is injured after they were shot sitting in their car. (9-8-2019)
Rape, Kidnap Suspect Arrested After Vallejo Neighborhood Is Put On LockdownA neighborhood in Vallejo was on lockdown as police and SWAT teams searched for an rape and kidnapping suspect. Kenny Choi reports that it all started with a 911 cal,l and it finally ended with an arrest.
San Jose Environmental Group Hit by Thieves After Moving to New OfficesThe South Bay Clean Creeks Coalition worked for months with the city to take over an abandoned park ranger station on the Guadalupe River. Now, they have to find a way to replace thousands of dollars of lost equipment before their next cleanup. Len Ramirez reports. (9-6-19)
Thieves Hit Apple Store in San MateoSan Mateo police said Thursday they're investigating a theft of multiple electronic devices at an Apple store inside Hillsdale Mall that followed a police pursuit. Maria Medina reports. (9-5-19)
Bay Area Home Health Care Provider, Doctors Charged in Medicare Fraud SchemeFederal prosecutors in San Francisco on Thursday announced criminal charges against 28 people, including 13 doctors and two home health care companies in an $8 million kickback scheme. Melissa Caen reports. (9-5-19)
Ghost Ship Trial Ends With No ConvictionsAfter weeks of deliberations and the replacement of three jurors for misconduct, Max Harris was found not guilty and the jury was hung on manslaughter charges against Ghost Ship master tenant Derick Almena. Team coverage from Da Lin and Christin Ayers. (9-5-19)
Online Map Lets San Jose Police Chart Gang ViolenceA unique tool was unveiled Thursday for predicting gang violence. KPIX 5's Len Ramirez shows how San Jose's new interactive crime map works. (9-5-19)
Chanel Miller, Stanford Sexual Assault Victim, Wants You To Know Her NameFor years, the public only knew Chanel Miller as "Emily Doe," the sexual assault victim in the Brock Turner case. Now, she wants the public to know not only her name and face, but her story, too. Maria Medina reports. (9-4-2019)
Purse Snatching At Novato Car Lot Caught On VideoPolice in Novato are searching for a man suspected of snatching a woman's purse while she was looking for a vehicle in a used car lot. Anne Makovec reports. (9/4/19)
Santa Cruz Nursing Assistant Arrested For Alleged Sexual Assault Of PatientA Santa Cruz certified nursing assistant is facing charges after he allegedly sexually assaulted a female patient. (9-3-2019)
Search For Driver In Fatal Hit-And-Run On Story Road In San JosePolice are searching for a driver who hit a pedestrian in San Jose and left him to die. As Devin Fehely reports, police have a plan to track down the driver who is responsible.