SJPD Employee Arrested: SJPD Civilian Employee Faces Weapons Charges, Accused Of Social Media ThreatsA civilian employee of the San Jose Police Department has been arrested on multiple weapons charges following an FBI investigation into social media threats he allegedly posted.
Storm Watch: PG&E crews gear up to respond to weather caused outagesPG&E crews gear up to respond to weather caused outages
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Raw Video: SJPD Chief Announces Arrest Of Civilian EmployeeSan Jose Police Chief Anthony Mata announced the arrest of civilian employee Denis Shevchenko on multiple charges after the FBI linked hateful social media posts to him. (10/22/21)
Survey: Can't Go Wrong Handing Out Bags Of M&M's To Trick Or TreatersThe team at RetailMeNot has released its annual survey of the candy preferences for the Halloween and the winner by the slimmest of margins was a bag of M&Ms. Katie Johnston reports.
Liam's List Oct. 22: Cold Play's New Album, Tour; 'Ghosts' Debuts On CBS; Calavera Oakland Day Of The DeadKCBS reporter Liam Mayclem provides KPIX 5 users with a weekly weekend tip list of Bay Area entertainment, music, film and online entertainment.
Storm Watch: Where to pick up sand bags in FremontWith several inches of rain expected by Monday, Fremont officials begin doling out sand bags
Storm Watch: Downpours trigger treacherous driving conditions in Marin CountyA strong pulse of rain rolled through the Bay Area early Friday, triggering treacherous driving conditions for the morning commute.
KPIX Reporter Targeted in YouTuber's Racist Remarks Speaks OutKPIX reporter Betty Yu is speaking out after racist remarks about her were posted by conservative YouTube host Steven Crowder. Andrea Nakano reports. (10-21-21)
Former Oakland Police Captain Wounded During Fatal Shooting at Gas StationA retired Oakland police captain and former head of the Ceasefire program was wounded during a fatal shooting during an apparent robbery attempt at a gas station Thursday, according to local law enforcement officials. Katie Nielsen reports. (10-21-21)
Health Experts Urge Public to Get the Flu ShotAmanda Starrantino reports on why last year's unusually mild flu season could make this year's a lot worse. (10-21-21)
Deadly Shooting at Oakland Gas Station Caught on CameraA retired Oakland police captain and former head of the Ceasefire program was wounded during a fatal shooting during an apparent robbery attempt at a gas station Thursday. Katie Nielsen reports. (10-21-21)
Storm System Brings Hope to Parched North BayThe east fork of the Russian River has sprung back to life and is now crawling toward the lake bed that became a postcard for California's drought. Wilson Walker reports. (10-21-21)
Bay Area Businesses Struggle to Fill Open Job PositionsA lot of businesses throughout the Bay Area have jobs open, but they continue struggling to hire people. Max Darrow reports. (10-21-21)
San Jose Police Crack Down on Illegal GunsPolice say there's been a spike in the number of illegal guns confiscated off the streets in San Jose. Len Ramirez reports. (10-21-21)
Outrage Mounts Against YouTuber's Racist Comments Directed at Asian-American ReporterIt has been a day since a conservative podcaster made racist comments about KPIX reporter Betty Yu and there has been an outpouring of support in the Bay Area denouncing Steven Crowder. Kiet Do reports. (10-21-21)
Alameda County Fair Set to Reopen FridayAfter a pandemic break, the Alameda County fair is set to open in Pleasanton. Juliette Goodrich reports. (10-21-21)
Bay Area Family Found Dead in Sierra Perished From Extreme HeatA young Northern California family who was found dead after going on a hike in Sierra National Forest were killed by hyperthermia and possible dehydration after walking for hours in triple-digit heat. Andria Borba reports. (10-21-21)
Massive Tree Topples Onto Car, Power Lines In San Francisco During Rain StormJustin Andrews reports.
San Francisco Tree Topples: Tree topples near San Francisco's JapantownA tree toppled onto a parked car near San Francisco's Japantown as storm fronts continue to roll through Bay Area
SHAKEOUT: Schools prepare for annual statewide earthquake drillSchools prepare for annual statewide earthquake drill
CHASE CENTER: City building officials to inspect Chase Center after deadly concert fallCity building officials to inspect Chase Center after deadly concert fall
Fines Not Deterring Contra Costa In-N-Out From Defying Orders To Verify Vaccine StatusDespite facing fines from Contra Costa health authorities for not verifying vaccine status for dine-in customers, the In-N-Out in Pleasant Hill appeared to remain defiant Wednesday night. Katie Nielsen reports. (10/20/21)
Upcoming Storms To Impact Bay Area Restaurants Relying On Outdoor DiningWhile outdoor dining has proven to be a lifeline for Bay Area restaurants during the pandemic, the arrival of much needed rain is set to wash away badly needed business. Andrea Nakano reports. (10/20/21)

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