KPIX 5's Da Lin breaks down the relative risks to Californians from coronavirus and the “regular” flu. (1-30-20)
Flu Often Overlooked as Fears of Coronavirus RiseKPIX 5's Da Lin breaks down the relative risks to Californians from coronavirus and the “regular” flu. (1-30-20)
Health Officials Screen SFO Passengers from China for Deadly New VirusFederal health officials will begin screening ill passengers on flights coming into San Francisco International Airport from China for any signs of a deadly new virus that has already claimed two lives. Andria Borba reports. (1-17-20)
A Tale Of Two Cities: The Oakland Saint Denis Cooperation ProjectWhen we talk about Oakland, California, it’s often all about what’s wrong with the city. As Jan Mabry reports, the Oakland-Saint Denis Cooperation is shining a new light on the city, because Oaktown gets a lot of things right.
Bay Area Climate Scientists Study Rare Cloud Generated By Australia WildfiresBay Area scientists are studying a rare and unusual cloud generated by the wildfires burning in Australia. Kiet Do reports on the pyrocumulonimbus cloud, a never-before-seen phenomenon that's fueling these fires.
Bay Area Iranian Community Uneasy Following Deadly Airstrike on SuleimaniAmong Bay Area Iranians, Thursday's U.S. airstrike on Iran general Suleimani is causing concern for the safety of their families. Wilson Walker reports. (1-3-20)
U.S. Air Strike in Baghdad Kills Top Iranian Military CommanderQasem Soleimani, the head of Iran's elite Quds military force and one of the most powerful figures in the Islamic Republic, was killed Thursday night in an airstrike in Baghdad. (1-2-20)
FBI Hunts Former Twitter Employees in Saudi Spying CaseAli Alzabarah and Ahmed Almutairi are Saudi citizens and currently believed to be in Saudi Arabia. Andria Borba reports. (11-7-19)
Asiana Airlines to Suspend Flights to SFO Following Korea High Court RulingAsiana Airlines has been forced to suspend service at the Bay Area's busiest airport six years after a deadly crash. Kenny Choi reports. (10-19-19)
Trump Administration Stops Deportation of East Bay Woman With Rare IllnessICE will once again honor deferred-action requests to let patients like Isabel Bueso and their family members stay in the U.S. to receive life-saving medical treatment. Andria Borba reports. (9-19-19)
President Trump Says He'll Boost China Tariffs as He Heads to G7Escalating his trade war with China, President Trump bumped up his tariffs on Chinese imports Friday. (8-23-19)
Amazon Wildfires Spark Global Concern, OutrageThe Amazon rain forest is burning and thick smoke is blacking out the sun in parts of South America. KPIX 5's Wilson Walker reports on how a political shift in Brazil became a turning point for the planet. (8-22-19)
Father Of Bay Area Teen Accused Of Killing Italian Police Officer Defends SonThe father of one of the Bay Area teens accused of killing an Italian police officer met with media Saturday night. Maria Medina tells us what he had to say after visiting his son in Rome.
Details Emerge About Bay Area Teens Alleged Fatal Encounter With Italian OfficerNew details have emerged about the murder of an Italian officer allegedly by two Bay Area teens. Allen Martin says new court documents reveal what the teens were doing before the fatal stabbing.
Neighbors, Classmates Recall Bay Area Teens Accused Of Fatally Stabbing Of Italian Police OfficerReactions were mixed among those who knew the Bay Area teens suspected in the brutal stabbing death of an Italian police officer. Da Lin tells us some were shocked, others, not at all.
Iran: 17 Iranians Arrested, Accused Of Spying For CIAA new flashpoint in the conflict between the United States and Iran centers on international espionage. Allen Martin tells us Iran has accused 17 people of spying for the CIA.
Talking Politics: Dirt-Gathering Ethics / Calling Out KellyanneIs taking campaign "dirt" from foreign governments OK? Will Kellyanne Conway quit violating the Hatch Act? Who is better to ask than former S.F. mayor Willie Brown? Phil Matier and Melissa Caen can't think of anyone. (6-16-19)
Bay Area Museum Commemorates 'The Longest Day'Even though it took weeks to amass the 150,000 troops in advance of D-Day, almost no one on the home front was aware of it. The press in those days willingly abided by military commands to withhold information about the invasion. John Ramos reports. (6-6-19)
Uber Launches Submarine Tours of Great Barrier ReefFrom May 27 through June 18, exploring the world's largest coral reef system will be easier than ever thanks to mini-submarine tours by Uber. Anne Makovec reports. (5-23-19)
Gilroy Garlic Growers Cheer Tariffs on ChinaBay Area garlic producers have a different take on the tariffs against China compared to most American farmers -- they say President Trump's latest move will help them. Len Ramirez reports. (5-17-19)
3 Renowned Climbers, 1 American, Presumed Dead After Banff AvalanchePoor weather is delaying the effort to recover the bodies of three renowned climbers. It's believed they were killed in a landslide in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Anne Makovec reports. (4-19-19)
As Foreign Countries Refuse Amreica's Trash, Bay Area Recycling Center Scrambles To AdaptNow that China stopped taking most recycling from other countries, Bay Area cities are scrambling to find places to send our trash. John Ramos talked to the SF Recology.
Furniture Flies Inside Viking Cruise Ship Caught In Violent Storm Off Coast Of NorwayAlexus Sheppard of Rio Vista, California had her camera rolling as a Viking Cruise ship caught in a storm began to list, showing chairs, dishes, and other furniture sliding back and forth, and ceiling tiles falling on passengers.
Not A Single Person Reported NZ Massacre As It Streamed On Facebook LiveA disturbing new revelation shows that not a single person who watched the New Zealand rampage streaming on Facebook live reported what they were seeing. John Ramos explores the psychological reasons why that happened.
New Zealand Mosque Massacre Suspect Who Live-Streamed Attack Charged With MurderAs the Australian gunman who live-streamed his murderous rampage on two New Zealand mosques appeared in court Friday, Bay Area social media companies were being scrutinized for their response. Betty Yu reports. (3-15-19)