Twin Marin Sisters Dominant in Separate SportsVern Glenn caught up with twin sisters whose athletic specialties differ although their competitive spirit is nearly identical. (6-26-21)
Battle of the Bay Opens With a Giants' Win and Big Crowd at OracleThe Bay Bridge series between the Giants and A's kicked off at Oracle Park in the first game for the teams without any attendance or distancing restrictions since the pandemic began. Andrea Nakano and Vern Glenn report. (6-25-21)
Oracle Park Returns to Capacity Crowds for Battle of the BayThe A's are in town to play the Giants and Vern Glenn is at Oracle Park where fans will again pack the stands. (6-25-21)
Warriors Get Picks #7 and #14 in NBA Draft LotteryDennis O'Donnell reports on how the Golden State Warriors fared in the NBA Draft Lottery (6-22-2021)
Las Vegas Raiders DE Carl Nassib Announces He Is GayRaiders defensive end Carl Nassib posted a video saying he is gay on Monday, becoming the first active NFL player to come out.
U.S. Supreme Court Sides With College Athletes In Key Compensation CaseCollege athletes are celebrating a major legal victory after the U.S. Supreme Court upheld a decision benefitting how students in college sports can be paid. Kiet Do reports. (6/21/21)
Game Day: Marty Lurie Breaks Down Giants Hot Start, "It's A Surprise For Everybody"Longtime KNBR host Marty Lurie joins Dennis O'Donnell on Game Day to discuss the Giants hot start to the season. San Francisco currently has the best record in baseball. (6-21-21)
Super Bowl Champion CJ Anderson Hopes To Win Another Title At Monte Vista High SchoolVallejo native C.J. Anderson played seven seasons in the NFL and won a Super Bowl with the Denver Broncos. Vern Glenn catches up with former running back at his new job: head coach at Monte Vista High School. (6-21-21)
Gary Payton Will Coach New Basketball Team In OaklandBasketball Hall of Famer Gary Payton was named the head coach for the brand new basketball program at Lincoln University in Oakland. "The Glove" joined Andrea Nakano on Game Day to discuss why he accepted the job and how special it is to see his son, Gary II playing for the Golden State Warriors. (6-14-21)
Game Day: Women's U.S. Open Recap With Golf Channel's Kay CockerillDennis O'Donnell interviews Golf Channel analyst - and Olympic Club member - Kay Cockerill following the conclusion of the Women's U.S. Open. (6-7-21)
17-Year Old Wins Low Amateur At Women's U.S. OpenMegah Ganne finished her week at the Olympic Club three-over-par to win the low amateur for the Women's U.S. Open. The 17-year-old is committed to play for Stanford after she graduates high school. Dennis O'Donnell interviewed Ganne following her final round Sunday. (6-7-21)
NASCAR's Kyle Larson: "Back-To-Back Feels Pretty Cool"Elk Grove native Kyle Larson took the checkered flag at Sonoma Raceway for his second straight win. Vern Glenn interviewed Larson following the race and also spoke with 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan, who served as the Grand Marshal. (6-7-21)
NASCAR Fans Joyful as Toyota Save Mart 350 Returns to Sonoma RacewayFor the first time in two years, race engines roared again in Wine Country as NASCAR returned to Sonoma Raceway. John Ramos reports. (6-6-21)
Teen Amateur Megha Ganne in Contention at U.S. Women's OpenVern Glenn reports on second day results of U.S. Women's Open at San Francisco's Olympic Club (6-5-2021)
NASCAR Returns to Sonoma RacewayRace drivers are just hours away from starting their engines in Wine Country. NASCAR returns for the first time in more than two years. Emily Turner reports. (6-4-21)
Game Day: 1-On-1 With A's President Dave KavalKPIX sports director Dennis O'Donnell interviews A's President Dave Kaval on Game Day following the club's visit to Las Vegas to explore potential options for relocation if they can not reach a deal with Oakland for a new ballpark at Howard Terminal later this summer. (5-31-21)
Helio Castroneves Wins Fourth Indianapolis 500Helio Castronves joined Dennis O'Donnell on Game Day shortly after winning the Indianapolis 500 for the fourth time. The 46-year-old is literally showing no signs of slowing down. Castroneves joins A.J. Foyt, Al Unser Sr. and Rick Mears as the only four-time winners. (5-31-21)
New Sonoma Raceway GM Ready For NASCAR's ReturnNASCAR's Toyota/Save Mart 350 returns to wine country next weekend after a year away due to the pandemic. Vern Glenn profiles Sonoma Raceway's new general manager Jill Gregory, who is already very familiar with her new office. (5-31-21)
3 Women Set to Row From S.F. to Hawaii in 'Great Pacific Race'Three brave women will begin a harrowing, two-month journey later this week, traveling from San Francisco to Hawaii in a row boat. They are the only all-female crew in this year's Great Pacific Race. Devin Fehely reports. (5-30-21)
Miss America Excited For Bay Area Homecoming At Women's U.S. OpenKira Kazantsev was named Miss America in 2015. The East Bay native now works as a host for Golf Channel and Dennis O'Donnell explains why she will have a short commute for her next big assignment: covering the Women's U.S. Open at The Olympic Club. (5-24-21)
Phil Mickelson: "It's Very Possible This Is The Last Tournament I Ever Win"Phil Mickelson made history Sunday when he became the oldest player to win one of golf's major titles. The 50-year old won the PGA Championship at Kiawah Island's Ocean Course. Dennis O'Donnell and KPIX golf analyst John Abendroth breaks down Mickelson's performance on Game Day. (5-24-21)
Game Day: Big Offseason Ahead For Golden State WarriorsHow will the Warriors get back to being a title contender? Dennis O'Donnell interviews the Athletic's Anthony Slater on Game Day to preview what the team needs to do this offseason. (5-24-21)
San Francisco's Olympic Club Ready To Host Women's U.S. OpenThe Olympic Club will host the U.S. Women's open for the first time next week. Vern Glenn takes you inside-the-ropes for what the top players in the world can expect. (5-24-21)
Still Predominantly White, Pro Golf Strives to Increase Diversity With Youth OutreachDespite some efforts to make golf more accessible to people of different races and economic backgrounds, there's still a long way to go. Vern Glenn reports. (5-21-21)

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