Weeks after San Francisco banned e-cigarette sales, the CEO of Bay Area-based Juul made an usual apology during a tour of the company's plant for a documentary. Betty Yu reports. (7-15-2019)
Caltrans Puts Finishing Touches On Project To Fix Richmond-San Rafael BridgeCaltrans is now putting the finishing touches on a project to fix 31 expansion joints on the upper deck of the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge. Joe Vazquez reports. (7-15-2019)
EBMUD To Install Backup Generators In Case Of Wildfire Power OutageWater customers in the East Bay may not know that their water supply could get cut off in the event of a wildfire. EBMUD said it does have a backup plan for its 1.4 million customers. Christin Ayers reports. (7-15-2019)
Flight Instructor Killed In Hayward Airport Helicopter Crash IdentifiedA small community of pilots is mourning the loss of one of their own after a flight instructor and his student crashed at the Hayward Executive Airport. The pilot died from his injuries. Maria Medina reports. (7-15-2019)
Flight Instructor Dies, Student Injured In Hayward Airport Helicopter CrashAndria Borba reports on helicopter crash during flight lesson at Hayward Executive Airport (7-15-2019)
Peninsula Humane Society Buys Land To Shelter Animals That Don't Get AdoptedThe Peninsula Humane Society has come up with an ambitious plan to provide a home for rescue animals with nowhere else to go. Wilson Walker reports. (7-15-2019)
Ghost Ship Fire Trial Moves Into Final StagesJuliette Goodrich reports on victims' family members suffering through long Ghost Ship trial process (7-15-2019)
Monday Evening Forecast with Darren Peck(7/15/19)
1 Dead, 1 Injured In Crash Involving Cyclists, SUV In South San JoseA cyclist was killed and another cyclist suffered major injuries following a crash involving a SUV in East San Jose on Monday morning. Kiet Do reports. (7/15/19)
Structures Burn In East San Jose Foothills Brush FireTwo homes were destroyed and a dog died Monday in a fast-moving brush fire that burned nearly 50 acres in the foothills of East San Jose. Da Lin reports. (7/15/19)
Officials Warn Of Danger At South Yuba River After Father Gets Swept AwayA man is missing after he and his 12-year-old daughter were swept away in a Northern California river. The girl made it out alive and at home safe as her family waits and hopes that her father's body is found. CBS Sacramento's Anna Giles reports. (7-15-2019)
Congresswomen Push Back On Trump's Controversial TweetsNikole Killion reports on escalating furor over President Trump's racist tweets about four freshman congresswomen (7-15-2019)
Powerball Ticket Sold In San Jose Misses One Number, But Wins Over $1 MillionA ticket bought at a San Jose 7-Eleven store won more than $1 million in Saturday’s Powerball drawing, even though the numbers didn’t match up exactly. John Ramos reports. (7-15-2019)
Amazon Prime Day Protests Planned By Immigrant Rights, Labor LeadersImmigrant rights and labor leaders are planning protests on Amazon's Prime Day to demand the company to cut ties with ICE. Betty Yu reports. (7-14-2019)
Mission Residents Stay Home In Fear Of ICE Raids Despite No Reported ActivityThough there were no reports of ICE raids on Sunday in the Bay Area, immigrant rights activists said people still stayed home behind closed doors.Joe Vazquez reports. (7-14-2019)
Trump Says Dem. Congresswomen Should 'Go Back' To 'Broken' CountriesPresident Trump is facing backlash for a Twitter attack on four Democratic congresswomen who are vocal opponents of his policies. He called them "foreign troublemakers" and advised them to go back to where they came from, though they're all U.S. citizens. Melissa Caen reports. (7-14-2019)
Pianists Perform In Front Of Crowds At SF Botanical GardenPianists play in the open air in front of crowds and beautiful flowers at the San Francisco Botanical Garden. Joe Vasquez reports. (7-14-2019)
Thousands Walk In Annual San Francisco AIDS WalkThousands of people walked through Golden Gate Park on Sunday for an AIDS Walk. The annual event began at a time when the spread of the disease had created a crisis. Activists are hoping an elusive cure can be found. Devin Fehely reports. (7-14-2019)
Census Data Shows All-Time High Number Of Homeless In Santa Clara Co.This year's homeless census and survey shows the homeless problem in Santa Clara County has gone from bad to worse--the number of homeless has shot up by 31 percent. Another eye catching stat: about 1 in 5 homeless people live in a vehicle. Kiet Do reports. (7-14-2019)
Bay Area Immigration Advocacy Groups Brace For Potential ICE SweepsImmigrant rights activists in Berkeley have been preparing for the rumored ICE raids--staffing extra volunteers at hotlines where people could report ICE activity--but so far Sunday, the phones have been quiet. Katie Nielsen reports. (7-14-2019)
Nostalgia-Filled '90s Experience Pop-Up Museum Opens In Jack London SquareDo you ever miss pagers, Nirvana, CDs, the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and all things '90s? An interactive pop-up museum just opened over the weekend in Oakland's Jack London Square, bringing back everything from music, fashion, food and pop culture. (7-13-2019)
Caught on Camera: Family's Beloved Dog Stolen in S.F. JapantownA family is desperately searching for a beloved pet stolen on a San Francisco street while security cameras were rolling. John Ramos reports. (7-14-19)
Fishing Boat Dragged For Miles By Great White Shark On San Francisco BayA fishing expedition on the San Francisco Bay turned into a shark thriller. Betty Yu says when they accidentally hooked a great white, it dragged their boat for miles.
Suspected Arsonist Torches Alameda Kids PlaygroundInvestigators in Alameda are on the lookout for a suspected serial arsonist. Andrea Nakano tells us the suspect torched a kids playground early Saturday morning.
Man Shot After Argument In Parking Lot Of East Bay Water ParkA man was shot multiple times outside a water park in the East Bay after he got into an argument with a stranger parked next to his car, according to police.
Man Pulled From Water At Ocean Beach In SFA man was hospitalized in critical condition late Saturday afternoon after he was rescued from the water at Ocean Beach in San Francisco
New Details In Violent San Jose Home InvasionThere new details in the case of a violent home invasion that left a grandfather dead. But as Da Lin reports, the suspects are still at large.
Hundreds Rally In Berkeley To Denounce ICE RaidsCities across the Bay Area are pushing back against a sweeping round of nationwide ICE raids expected to begin on Sunday. Katie Nielsen was in Berkeley where hundreds rallied just steps from City Hall.
Hundreds in East Bay Protest ICE Raids, Border Migrant Detention ConditionsRallies and marches were held across the Bay Area with demonstrators demanding the closure of what they call "concentration camps" along the southern border. Christin Ayers reports. (7-12-19)
FTC Approves $5 Billion Fine for FacebookAt $5 billion, the fine the U.S. Federal Trade Commission is about to levy on Facebook is by far the largest it’s given to a technology company. Betty Yu reports. (7-12-19)