One driver was injured in a shooting inside fourth bore of the Caldecott Tunnel on Sunday evening, according to the California Highway Patrol. Betty Yu reports. (6-16-2019)
1 Person Shot In The Head Inside Caldecott TunnelOne driver was injured in a shooting inside fourth bore of the Caldecott Tunnel on Sunday evening, according to the California Highway Patrol. Betty Yu reports. (6-16-2019)
Concord Police Arrest Man for Threatening Mass Shooting at SynagoguePolice in Concord arrested a man in connection with several crimes related to possession of an illegal assault rifle and for threatening comments the man reportedly made online. Katie Nielsen reports. (6-15-19)
Teen Robbery Gangs Target Pedestrians Crossing Hwy 101 on New East Palo Alto OverpassTwo robberies occurred Thursday in East Palo Alto on a recently-opened footbridge that allows pedestrians to cross over Highway 101, according to the East Palo Alto police department. Maria Medina reports. (6-14-19)
Santa Clara County DA Will No Longer Charge Minor Drug Possession OffensesThe Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office announced a major policy shift to treat certain drug offenses as more of a health issue than a criminal one. Len Ramirez reports. (6-14-19)
Defense Begins Arguments In Ghost Ship Warehouse Fire CaseLawyers for the defendants in the Ghost Ship trial started to present their case on Monday. John Ramos was in the courtroom and tells us they're trying to show someone else was to blame for the deadly fire.
Soccer Team Says Santa Rosa Park Where Shooting Occurred Dangerous GroundJacobs Park in Santa Rosa is quiet now, one day after 4 people -- including an 11-year-old -- were wounded by gunfire on Wednesday. But the soccer team that practices there says it's not safe any more. Joe Vazquez reports. (6-6-19)
San Mateo Officer Arrested in San Jose for Alleged Sex Chat With MinorA peninsula police officer was arrested in San Jose after a concerned citizen launched a scheme to nab online predators. Susie Steimle reports. (6-6-19)
2 Adults, 1 Child Injured In Possible Gang-Related Shooting At Santa Rosa ParkThree were injured, including one child, after a possible gang-related shooting at a Santa Rosa park on Wednesday evening, police said. (6-5-2019)
Activists Gather At Oakland City Hall During Vote To Legalize MushroomsOakland city council members voted Tuesday night on a measure that would decriminalize psychedelic mushrooms and other plant-based substances. Joe Vazquez reports. (6-4-2019)
Gov. Newsom Reverses Decision To Free Manson Follower Leslie Van HoutenGovernor Gavin Newsom has reversed a recommendation to grant parole to Manson cult follower Leslie Van Houten, who was convicted in the 1969 murder of grocer Leno LaBianca and his wife at their their home in Los Angeles.
One Dead In Shooting At Gas Station In FairfieldAt least one person was killed, another person was hospitalized following a shooting at an ARCO station in Fairfield late Sunday night .(6/3/19)
Man Fatally Shot By Walnut Creek PoliceA man, who neighbors said struggled with mental illness, was fatally shot by Walnut Creek police officers during a confrontation on Sunday. Jackie Ward reports. (6/3/19)
Suspected Shooter Quit Job Hours Before Virginia Beach MassacreThe suspected shooter in the Virginia Beach massacre submitted a letter of resignation from his engineering job just hours before the attack. CBS reporter Katherine Johnson reports from Virginia Beach. (6-2-2019)
Attorney Famed for Filing Nuisance Lawsuits Indicted for Filing False Tax ReturnA twist in a story KPIX has been investigating for years. It has to do with an attorney who's known throughout Northern California for suing thousands of businesses. Andria Borba reports. (5-30-19)
Sunnyvale Rampage Suspect Charged With Hate CrimesProsecutors filed hate crime charges today against the man suspected of deliberately plowing his car into 8 pedestrians at a Sunnyvale crosswalk. Len Ramirez reports from San Jose. (5-30-19)
Man Suspected Of Crashing Into Pedestrians In Sunnyvale May Face New ChargesIsaiah Peoples, the man accused of crashing into several pedestrians in Sunnyvale last month, may be charged with hate crimes during a hearing on Thursday. Jackie Ward reports. (5/30/19)
Sunnyvale Residents Support Muslim Community Ahead Of Isaiah Peoples Court AppearanceDozens came out in Sunnyvale as a sign of solidarity for the Muslim community Wednesday, one day before Isaiah Peoples will find out if he's charged with a committing a hate crime after a pedestrian crash rampage. Maria Medina reports. (5-29-2019)
San Jose Councilman Proposes Arming City Workers With Plate Readers To Reduce Car TheftAccording to police, there were nearly 16,000 cars stolen in San Jose in 2017 and 2018. Maria Medina reports. (5-28-2019 )
BART Issues Warning After 400 Device Thefts Reported Through AprilBART police gave tips this week after the agency reported over 400 cell phone thefts in the first four months of 2019. Joe Vazquez reports. (5-28-2019)
Lyft Driver Attacked Near Sacramento International AirportA Lyft driver was attacked near the Sacramento International Airport early Tuesday morning. CBS Sacramento's Anna Giles reports. (5-28-2019)
East Bay Pet Store Offers $2,500 Reward For Return Of Stolen PuppyA $2,500 reward is being offered for the return of a puppy stolen from a Lafayette pet store over the weekend. Andria Borba reports. (5-27-2019)
Dolores Park Neighbors Worry About Increasing Violence After Daytime ShootingPolice are still searching for a gunman who shot a man in Dolores Park in the stomach Sunday and took off. Though the park is popular, the neighborhood is no stranger to violent crime. Susie Steimle reports. (5-27-2019)
Man Injured, Suspect At Large In Dolores Park ShootingA man was injured in a shooting at Mission Dolores Park in San Francisco that prompted a large police response in the area on Sunday evening. Betty Yu reports. (5-26-2019)
Shooting At Dolores Park In San Francisco Prompts Large Police ResponseA shooting at Mission Dolores Park in San Francisco prompted a large police response in the area on Sunday evening, police said. Betty Yu reports. (5-26-2019)
Police Union Wants Chief To Step Down After Apology For Raid On Journalist's HomeThe San Francisco Police Officers' Association Saturday called for San Francisco's police chief to resign. Betty Yu tells us the union called the chief's apology for raiding a journalist's home a "shameful display of self-preservation."
SF Police Union Calls For Chief To Resign After He Issues Apology For Raid On Journalist's HomeSan Francisco's police union wants the chief to step down after he apologized and said a raid on a journalist's home may have been illegal. Betty Yu tells us more about calls for Chief William Scott to resign.
Security Expert Says Businesses Should Search Their Restrooms for Hidden CamerasHow would you feel if you walked into a public restroom and found a hidden camera? Bay Area police have dealt with at least three recent cases. Andrea Nakano reports. (5-24-19)
Police Make Arrests in San Francisco Dismembered Body Homicide CasePolice in San Francisco on Thursday confirmed they have made arrests in a homicide case that was opened after a dismembered body was found at a home during a welfare check earlier this week. Andrea Nakano reports. (5-23-19)
Car Burglars Hack Key Fobs in Gilroy NeighborhoodMore than a half dozen cars were broken into overnight in a Gilroy subdivision but it's how the thieves got inside the vehicles that's stumped homeowners and has security analysts sounding the alarm. Devin Fehely reports. (5-23-19)