An elderly Berkeley couple said a thief was able to steal a 300 pound safe from their home, containing an estimated $500,000 of jewelry and other valuables. Andrea Nakano reports. (9/15/21)
Safe Containing $500K In Valuables Stolen From Berkeley Home, Suspect SoughtAn elderly Berkeley couple said a thief was able to steal a 300 pound safe from their home, containing an estimated $500,000 of jewelry and other valuables. Andrea Nakano reports. (9/15/21)
San Francisco Launches Fund to Help Businesses Repair Broken Windows, Other VandalismDozens of small businesses in San Francisco have been the targets of vandalism and burglaries over the past few months. Now the city is stepping in to help by offering grants to cover some of the costs. Katie Nielsen reports. (9/15/21)
Stolen Truck in Antioch Leads CHP on Wild Wrong-Way Freeway PursuitKen Bastida reports on a wild chase through the East Bay caught on CHP airplane camera (9-15-2021)
Pilot Stops in Palo Alto on Her Trip Around the WorldMax Darrow reports on 19-year-old Zara Rutherford's stop in Palo Alto on her journey around the world. (9/15/2021)
Bay Area Air District Launches Car Buyback Program For Older VehiclesThe Bay Area Air Quality Management District is offering cash to get some of the oldest and worst polluting cars off the road, as part of a buyback program. Devin Fehely reports. (9/15/21)
Lake Tahoe Welcomes Back Visitors After Caldor Fire Smoke DissipatesHeather Janssen reports on tourists finally returning to Lake Tahoe Area in the wake of Caldor Fire (9-15-2021)
Jefferson Award: Author Shizue Seigel Helps Other Writers Of Color Find Their VoiceA San Francisco author is helping writers of of color share their stories that reflect their diverse backgrounds. Sharon Chin introduces this week's Jefferson Award winner, Shizue Seigel.
Some Mills Alumni Critical of Merger With Northeastern UniversityJohn Ramos reports on some Mills College alumni angry over school going co-ed with Northeastern merger (9-15-2021)
Explosive Testimony from Theranos Whistleblower ContinuesLen Ramirez reports on the major revelations that came from Erika Cheung's testimony on Tuesday. (9/15/2021)
South Bay Lawmakers, Non-Profits Welcome Afghan Refugees With Food, Work, HousingThe first wave of Afghan refugees is slated to arrive in the South Bay over the next 12 months. Kiet Do tells us local lawmakers, non-profits and individuals are pitching to help them resettle in their newfound home.
Police Blame Day Of Unprecedented Violence In Oakland On Low Morale, UnderstaffingA violent Monday across Oakland that left at least 3 dead has prompted a lot of finger-pointing between police and city leaders. Andria Borba has the latest salvo.
RAW: Surveillance Video of Suspects Who Left Walnut Creek Restaurant Without Paying, Fired Gun OutsidePolice in Walnut Creek have released surveillance videos that show a couple who tried to leave a restaurant without paying their bill before the male suspect fired shots outside the establishment as they drove off. (9-14-2021)
Raw Video: Aftermath of Boulder-Sized Concrete Chunk Into Woodside HouseA home in Woodside was hit with a boulder-sized chunk of concrete that came crashing down a hillside Tuesday afternoon.
San Leandro's Woodrow Wilson Elementary To Change NameJohn Ramos reports San Leandro school named after President Woodrow Wilson confirming plans to find new name (9-14-2021)
Mountain View Project To Add Bus, Bike Lanes Facing Pushback Over Tree RemovalA project to add a reversible bus lane and new bike lanes along two busy thoroughfares in Mountain View is facing pushback from residents after it was revealed that several heritage trees would need to be removed. Max Darrow reports. (9/14/21)
911 Calls Motivated By Racial, Ethnic Bias May Be Outlawed In Santa Cruz CountySanta Cruz County is considering a law to make it illegal to call 911 someone because of their race, ethnicity, or other legally protected classes. Devin Fehely reports.
KPIX Original Report: Next 911 Could Be A Cyberattack On Vulnerable GPS SystemsAs the nation marks the 20th anniversary of the 911 terror attack on U.S. soil, Juliette Goodrich tells of another growing security threat leaving us vulnerable to catastrophe.
San Jose Police Used New Tactics During Weekend Sideshow BustKiet Do reports on how San Jose police corralled a large group of over 200 spectators during weekend sideshow enforcement (9-13-2021)
Muni: Fix For San Francisco's Shuttered Cable Cars May Not Arrive For DaysJust days after reopening for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic, San Francisco's famed cable cars are shut down again. It may be at least another week before service resumes. John Ramos reports. (9/13/21)
Facebook Report Shows Latino-, Women-Owned Small Businesses Still Struggling Amid PandemicA new report from Facebook shows small businesses are starting to recover from the pandemic, but a lot of challenges remain, especially for woman and Latino-owned businesses. Len Ramirez reports. (9/13/21)
Person Fatally Struck By Train Closes Powell Street BART StationElizabeth Cook reports on a deadly incident closing the Powell Street BART station and causing delays across the transit system (9-13-2021)
Raw Video: Scene of Small Plane Crash in Palo AltoA small plane has crashed in Palo Alto Monday afternoon. The crash happened at about 1:50 p.m. in the area of 1925 Embarcadero Rd. Authorities said one person has been rescued from the crash.
Game Day: 49ers Hang On To Win Season OpenerPostgame reaction from Detroit following the 49ers 41-33 win. Vern Glenn and KPIX football analyst Lorenzo Neal break down the team's week 1 performance. (9-13-21)
Family Recounts Shocking Oakland DUI Crash Caught on CameraA DUI driver going 90 mph hit a van at the intersection of International Boulevard and 38th Avenue in Oakland on Thursday leaving 10 people injured including six children. Da Lin reports. (9-12-21)