Chief meteorologist Paul Heggen has the Bay Area microclimate weekend forecast. (7-23-21)
New Exhibition in San Francisco Brings Art to Life Through TechnologyRenaissance 2.0 at Modernism West, a gallery in San Francisco's Mission District, takes a dazzling look at the future of machine-enhanced art. Betty Yu reports. (9-24-21)
Costco Sets Limits on Purchases Due to Transportation SnagsPurchase limits and in some cases higher prices are coming now to a Costco near you. This time it's not driven by panic buying. Instead Costco says it has to do with supply chain delays. Da Lin reports. (9-24-21)
Fawn Fire, Ongoing Drought a Double Whammy for Area ResidentsThe Fawn Fire has exploded to 9 square miles, forcing thousands from their homes west of Redding. And the historic drought is complicating the firefight. Wilson Walker reports. (9-24-21)
SF Chain Store Ban Halts Mission District Taqueria Expansion to North BeachThe San Francisco Mission District Taqueria El Farolito had plans to open a new spot in North Beach but they may have to look elsewhere. Max Darrow reports. (9-24-21)
Theranos Lab Director Testimony Ends Week 3 of Holmes Fraud TrialTestimony Friday focused on what Elizabeth Holmes knew about her company's faulty blood-test technology and how she went ahead with plans to launch the product anyway. Len Ramirez reports. (9-24-21)
South Bay Authorities Step Up Search for 'Highway Slingshot Shooter'The search is on for a vandal or vandals who have been using a slingshot to fire ball bearings into windows along the Guadalupe Freeway. Maria Cid Medina reports. (9-23-21)
Caldor Fire Flare Up Puts Residents On EdgeA flare-up from the Caldor Fire has nearby residents concerned. Rene Santos reports.
Oakland Hit With Lawsuit for Failure to Clean Up Homeless CampsThe "We Deserve Better" Alliance has filed a lawsuit against Oakland for failing to enforce a policy requiring the city to clean up homeless encampments and move residents into housing. Andria Borba reports. (9-23-21)
San Mateo Plans to Keep Section of B Street Closed to CarsAs some cities begin to reopen streets and eliminate outdoor dining parklets, San Mateo plans to keep cars off a downtown street for good. Max Darrow reports. (9-23-21)
Police Officer, Suspect Wounded In Oakland Shootout; Suspect Surrenders After Tense StandoffA suspect wounded an Oakland police officer early Wednesday and was also shot by police before barricading himself inside a building, triggering a tense standoff that ended when negotiators convinced him to surrender, authorities said. Andria Borba reports. (9/22/21)
NHL Clears Evander Kane In Gambling Probe; Faces New Allegations Of Spousal AbuseAfter the NHL cleared Evander Kane on allegations of betting, the San Jose Sharks is facing new allegations of spousal abuse from his estranged wife. Maria Cid Medina reports. (9/22/21)
Cal Fire Crews Reach 80% Containment on Fremont Fire Near Napa-Sonoma County LineCal Fire crews in the North Bay made progress Wednesday evening on the Fremont Fire burning near the community of Schellville in Sonoma County. Andrea Nakano reports. (9/22/21)
Betty Reid Soskin, Nation’s Oldest Park Ranger, Honored With School Renaming On 100th BirthdayOn Wednesday, Betty Reid Soskin, the East Bay author, social justice activist and oldest living National Park Ranger, celebrated her 100th birthday with a special gift - a school named for her, and a bridge to the next generation. John Ramos reports.
Mayor Sam Liccardo Announces Plan To Tackle Homelessness In San Jose With Housing, JobsLooking to address homelessness in San Jose, Mayor Sam Liccardo announced a plan Wednesday to quickly build emergency housing and beef up a jobs program for the unhoused. Kiet Do reports. (9/22/21)
BART Official Warn of Climate Change Bringing Higher Tides, Threatening Some Stations in FutureDevin Fehely reports on BART officials expressing concerns about future impact of climate change on vulnerable stations (9-22-2021)
Theranos Trial: Former Defense Secretary Mattis TestifiesFormer Secretary of Defense James Mattis took the stand in the Elizabeth Holmes' fraud and conspiracy trial. During testimony, Mattis said he once believed Theranos' technology could have helped U.S. troops. Len Ramirez reports. (9/22/21)
San Francisco Woman Helps Hundreds Of Neighbors Get COVID-19 VaccinationsA San Francisco woman has led the charge to get more than 1,500 neighbors vaccinated against COVID-19. Sharon Chin introduces us to this week's Jefferson Award.
London Breed Announces New Anti-Shoplifting InitiativeMax Darrow reports on the city of San Francisco's new law enforcement initiative intended to prevent retail theft. (9/22/2021)
Cal Fire Crews Battling Wildfire Near Napa-Sonoma County LineAndrea Nakano reports on fire crews working to contain the Fremont Fire in Sonoma County (9-22-2021)
Fire Destroys Large Home In Penngrove; Prompts EvacuationsFire destroyed a home and horse facility in Penngrove on Tuesday. Firefighters say quick work on the ground and from the air limited damage. Andrea Nakano has more on what was lost.
Oakland City Council Meeting Discusses Adding Police in Wake of Violent Crime SurgeJohn Ramos reports on mounting pressure to increase number of police officers in Oakland amid a spike in homicides (9-21-2021)
Amazon Rolls Out Palm-Scanning Contactless PaymentsAmazon launched a contactless payment system called Amazon One for the first time in Northern California at their store in San Jose's Santana Row. Kiet Do reports. (9/21/21)
Search Underway For 17-Year-Old Swept Out To Sea North Of Santa CruzAuthorities are searching for a teen who was last seen swimming near a beach north of Santa Cruz on Monday night. Max Darrow reports. (9/21/21)
Stanford Infectious Disease Expert on Johnson and Johnson COVID Vaccine BoosterAnother vaccine maker is promoting a COVID vaccine booster shot. Johnson and Johnson said it’s developing a booster that can multiply the efficacy of its single dose vaccine. Stanford infectious disease specialist Dr. Yvonne Maldonado discusses the development in an interview on KPIX 5 News.