Berkeley People's Park Occupiers Deny Responsibility For Vandalism On HomesStudent occupiers at an encampment in historic People's Park were in a battle with University of California at Berkeley over who is responsible for a spate recent attacks and vandalism. Don Ford reports.
Source Identifies Suspect In Brutal Oakland Assault That Left Elderly Asian Man On Life SupportKatie Nielsen reports on a police source saying the suspect in the Oakland assault and robbery that left a 75-year-old Asian man clinging to life has lengthy criminal history (3-10-2021)
Wednesday Night Weather Forecast With Paul HeggenAfter a stormy Wednesday, which included hail in some areas, expect showers to taper off Wednesday night and cold conditions. Fog, dense in some areas, may be possible. On Thursday, conditions will be cool and dry, with temperatures warming up heading into the weekend. Paul Heggen has the forecast. (3/10/21)
Source: Oakland Suspect Who Left 75-Year-Old Asian Victim on Life Support Has Long Criminal HistoryKatie Nielsen reports on a police source saying the suspect in the Oakland assault and robbery that left a 75-year-old Asian man clinging to life has lengthy criminal history (3-10-2021)
Recall Effort Against San Francisco DA Boudin Moves ForwardWilson Walker reports on campaign to recall San Francisco District Attorney moving forward to signature-gathering phase (3-10-2021)
Police Standoff With Man Shuts Down Danville NeighborhoodA standoff between a police and a man in a truck has shut down a neighborhood in Danville.
Orange County Homes Hit By Mudslide In Silverado CanyonHomes in the Silverado Canyon area of eastern Orange County had to dig out following a mudslide. (3/10/21)
Pleasanton School District To Become 1st In Alameda County To Reopen Middle, High SchoolsPublic schools in Pleasanton on Thursday will become the first in Alameda County to open middle and high schools for in-person instruction. Andrea Nakano reports. (3/10/21)
Hail Blankets Parts Of Bay Area; Snow Falls On Highest PeaksA storm moving through the Bay Area Wednesday morning brought with it sheets of hail that blanketed some neighborhoods, while snow dusted the highest peaks. (3/10/21)
Gov. Newsom Invokes California's Future In State Of The State Address As Recall LoomsGov. Newsom delivered his State of the State address from the COVID-19 mass vaccination site at Dodgers Stadium. Maria Medina says the Governor gave his speech amid a growing recall campaign.
Arrest In Brutal Attack That Left 75-Year-Old Asian Man Brain DeadThere has been an arrest in the brutal attack on an elderly Asian man out for his morning walk in Oakland. Andrea Nakano has the latest developments in the investigation.
VIDEO: Lightning Strike Sends Redwood Tree Shards Into San Jose Living RoomIt was a close call for neighbors in San Jose's Willow Glen neighborhood Tuesday when a lightning strike sent big shards of a redwood tree flying in all directions.
Tuesday Evening Forecast With Paul HeggenMore rain in the forecast.
Gov. Gavin Newsom Sees 'Brighter Days' Ahead Amid PandemicKen Bastida reports on Gov. Newsom delivering his State of the State address at Dodgers Stadium in Los Angeles (3-9-2021)
San Francisco Animal Care & Control Opens New 65,000 Square Foot FacilityThe City of San Francisco has opened a brand new animal shelter, and it already seems to be getting a quiet vote of approval from its furry residents. John Ramos reports. (3/9/21)
UC Davis To Pay Students To Not Go On Spring Break VacationUC Davis is paying students to stay put for spring break. The goal is to help stop the spread of COVID-19. But how will students prove that they stayed put? Ryan Hill reports. (3/9/21)
Storm Brings Rain, Thunderstorms To Valley, Sierra SnowA late winter storm is bringing rain and thunderstorms in the Central Valley on Tuesday. In the Sierra, up to 2 feet of snow could fall. Renee Santos reports. (3/9/21)
Recall Casts Large Shadow Over Newsom's State of the State AddressWith support for a recall election gaining momentum, Gov. Gavin Newsom will use Dodger Stadium -- a mass vaccination site -- as the backdrop for Tuesday's annual State of State address in the hopes of drawing attention to his administration's successes in the battle against COVID-19. Devin Fehely reports. (3/9/21)
75-Year-Old Asian Man Left Brain Dead From Injuries in Latest Oakland AssaultKatie Nielsen reports on latest assault on an older Asian man in Oakland that left the victim clinging to life (3-9-2021)
Ghost Ship Fire: Victims Call Sentencing Plea Deal For Derick Almena A Slap On The WristSome victims feel the sentence for defendant Derick Almena in one of the deadliest fires in Bay Area history is only a slap on the wrist. Andrea Nakano reports on the long legal battle over the Ghost Ship fire.
Asian Uber Driver Coughed On, Assaulted After Asking Women To Wear MasksAn Asian Uber driver was assaulted and coughed-upon by a group of women after he refused them service for not wearing masks. Betty Yu shows us the attack the driver captured on video.
VIDEO: Mask-less Uber Passengers Assault, Cough On Driver After He Refuses Them Service (Warning: Disturbing, Explicit Language)An Uber driver was assaulted and coughed-upon by a group of women in San Francisco after he refused them service for not wearing masks, in an attack the driver captured on video. (Video from Subharkar Khadka)
Monday Evening Forecast With Paul HeggenRain is in the forecast.
UPDATE: Judge Accepts Ghost Ship Fire Plea Deal; Derick Almena To Serve Remainder of Sentence At HomeThe judge in the Oakland Ghost Ship Fire case has accepted a plea deal from master tenant Derick Almena in the 2016 warehouse fire. With time served, Almena will serve the rest of his sentence at home with an ankle monitor after pleading guilty to 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter. Andrea Nakano reports. (3/8/21)