A man convicted of killing a 14-year-old Pleasanton girl has written a confession letter to her family, 36 years after her death. Steve Carlson was convicted in 2014 of killing Foothill High School freshman Tina Faelz as she walked home from school in April 1984. John Ramos reports on what could be the possible motivation to confess to the crime. (10/26/20)
Coyote Bites Man Exercising at Campolindo High School in MoragaPeople are being warned to remain vigilant in the wake of a Friday morning coyote attack in Moraga. Katie Nielsen reports. (12-4-20)
Resident Displaced in San Jose House Fire Friday EveningOne resident was displaced in a house fire on Mauna Loa Ct. in San Jose Friday evening. (12-4-20)
Debit Card Distribution Called Weak Link in EDD Fight to Stop FraudState lawmakers are taking action to help millions of Californians receiving their unemployment benefits through EDD Bank of America debit cards which are vulnerable to fraud. Kenny Choi reports. (12-4-20)
Dying Trees in East Bay Hills Add to Mounting Fire DangerThere is an increased concern of fire danger in the East Bay hills and scientists are examining eucalyptus trees to find out why acres of them are dying. Don Ford reports. (12-4-20)
Friday Evening Pinpoint ForecastThe mild weather continues into and through the weekend. Brian Hackney has the Bay Area microclimate forecast. (12-4-20)
Monster Waves Draw Elite Surfers to S.F. Ocean BeachA massive swell at San Francisco's Ocean Beach on Friday looked more like something you'd see at Mavericks in Half Moon Bay. Andrea Nakano reports. (12-3-20)
EDD Fraud Suspects ArrestedAuthorities believe they’ve busted at least one of the EDD fraud rings that may have siphoned up to $1 million by stealing identities. Kenny Choi reports. (12-3-20)
Sausalito City Council Race Decided by One VoteIan Sobieski will be joining the Sausalito city council. He won the seat by receiving one more vote than incumbent Joan Cox. Don Ford reports. (12-3-20)
Thursday Evening Pinpoint ForecastMild weather is forecast for the next few days, says chief meteorologist Paul Heggen. (12-3-20)
Project Home: San Francisco Passes 'Long Overdue' Ordinance Requiring Landlords To Report VacanciesSan Francisco supervisors unanimously approved a measure that will help the city track how many apartment units are sitting empty. Susie Steimle reports. (12/2/20)
VIDEO: Car Slams Into Home In Foothill FarmsSurveillance cameras captured the moment a car slammed into a home in Foothill Farms, throwing the homeowner out of his bed.
California Transportation Commission Approves $40.1 Million For Marin-Sonoma Narrows ProjectDon Ford reports on how funding for Marin-Sonoma Narrows Project will ease traffic along one of the worst bottlenecks in the Bay Area (12-2-2020)
Sikh Farmers' Protests In India Prompt Rally At San Francisco ConsulateIn a protest movement that has spread halfway around the world, local Sikhs protested at the Indian Consulate in San Francisco over new laws that would open the government-controlled agriculture market to the private sector. John Ramos reports. (12/2/20)
Wednesday Night Weather Forecast With Paul HeggenExpect continued dry conditions in the Bay Area, as wet weather remains well north of the region. Overnight temperatures will be in the upper 30s to low 40s, with highs in the 60s. Paul Heggen has the forecast. (12/2/20)
Jefferson Award: Longtime San Francisco Businessman Gives Back To The CommunitySuccessful businessman Arthur Chan provides financial help for a number of charitable causes, making him this week's Jefferson Award Winner. Sharon Chin reports (12-2-2020)
With Vacancy Rates High Bay Area Rent Prices PlummetingRent prices across the Bay Area are plummeting. They are down nearly 24 percent in one city. Betty Yu shows us what we can get for our money now.
Body Found On Highway 35 In San Mateo Co.San Mateo County Sheriff's deputies were investigating a body found along the side of the road on Skyline Boulevard/Highway 35 in Redwood City.
$1 Wage Hike During Pandemic Is Terrible Timing For Some Novato BusinessesThe City of Novato approved a series of minimum wage hikes. John Ramos reports that due to the pandemic, businesses may have a tough time paying their employees $1/hour more come January 1.
Tuesday Evening Forecast With Paul HeggenMild with above-average temperatures on Wednesday.
Fire Burns Homeless Encampment In San JoseCrews responded Tuesday afternoon to a fire in a San Jose homeless encampment known as 'The Jungle.'
Warriors Players Test Positive For COVID; Start Of Training Camp DelayedTwo members of the Golden State Warriors have recently tested positive for COVID-19, General Manager Bob Myers told reporters Tuesday.
Victims Of EDD Debit Card Scam Fighting Bank Of America For Their MoneyKPIX first reported scammers were emptying the bank accounts of people with EDD debit cards issued by Bank of America. Kenny Choi reports that since then, we have heard from dozens more who are fighting with B of A to get their money back.
Study: Marin County Home To Many Of Most Segregated Cities In Bay AreaA study out of the University of California at Berkeley, reveals that 6 of the 10 most segregated cities in the Bay Area are in Marin County. John Ramos explains.
Raw Video: CHP Helicopter Plucks Man Off Cliff In Sonoma CountyA man clinging to the face of a cliff in Sonoma County was rescued Monday afternoon by fire crews and a California Highway Patrol helicopter. Video from CHP. (11/30/20)