East Bay Residents Seek Relief From Triple-Digit TempsIt was the kind of day that makes water parks seem like essential infrastructure. Juliette Goodrich talks with people in Dublin trying to beat the heat at The Wave. (6-17-21)
Vehicles Burned in San Jose Vegetation Fire2 vehicles were burned in a vegetation fire beside Highway 101 in San Jose. Maria Medina reports. (6-17-21)
San Jose NAACP Leader Leaves For Atlanta Amid Dwindling Black PopulationRev. Jethroe Moore II, a prominent figure and civil rights activist in Silicon Valley, quietly left to begin a new life outside a city he said doesn't take care of people of color. Maria Medina reports. (6/16/21)
Details Emerge In Stabbing Of 94-Year-Old Asian Woman In San FranciscoA suspect who was out on bail or release from a previous case was arrested after an 94-year-old woman of Asian descent was stabbed in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood Wednesday. Betty Yu reports. (6/16/21)
San Jose Mandates Videotaping Of All Gun PurchasesIn the wake of a workplace mass shooting that claimed the lives of nine transit workers, San Jose officials have passed a new gun law that requires retailers to video-record all firearm purchases, becoming the largest city in California with such a rule. Devin Fehely reports. (6/16/21)
Walnut Creek Retailers Claim Restaurant Parklets Obscuring Their StorefrontsWhile outdoor dining parklets have been credited for saving restaurants during the COVID-19 pandemic, some retail establishments said their storefronts have been obscured from the view of potential customers. John Ramos reports. (6/16/21)
'No Sideshow Zone;' Antioch Unveils Prevention, Enforcement Action Against Planned 'Rideout' EventAntioch's mayor and police chief on Wednesday declared the city a "no sideshow zone" and outlined steps for prevention and enforcement following information about planned events. Wilson Walker reports.
Some San Jose Neighbors Tired of Mess Left By Migrating Cliff SwallowsLen Ramirez reports on San Jose residents concerned about droppings, dead baby bird piling up from migrating swallows (6-16-2021)
Heat Wave: High Temps, Full Reopening Bring Crowds To Concord Water ParkWith temperatures soaring into the 100s and COVID-19 capacity limits being lifted, an East Bay water park proved again to be a popular destination in beating the heat. Kenny Choi reports. (6/16/21)
Wednesday Evening Forecast with Paul Heggen(6/16/21)
Firefighters Go Through Grueling Training in South Bay HeatKiet Do reports on firefighters going through intense training and testing amid heat wave (6-16-2021)
Danville Officer Pleads Not Guilty in 2018 Shooting of Unarmed ManAllen Martin reports on East Bay law enforcement officer pleading not guilty in 2018 officer-involved shooting (6-16-2021)
Raw Video: Thieves Steal From Parked Car At San Francisco Lombard St.In the latest example of car break-ins in San Francisco, a witness captured video of thieves breaking into a car at Lombard St. and making off with bags and suitcases as tourists watched. (6/16/21)
Raw Video: Thieves Break Into Vehicle at Lombard St. in San FranciscoAn eyewitness was recording during a car break-in in San Francisco Tuesday on Lombard St. (6/16/21)
Fast-Moving Fire Damages Several Homes In VallejoA fast-moving fire damaged several homes in Vallejo. Maria Medina reports that this could be the beginning of an unprecedented fire season.
Vallejo Fire PIO Kevin Brown Gives Details on Destructive Vegetation FireVallejo Fire Public Information Officer Kevin Brown gives update regarding grass fire that spread to three homes Tuesday evening (6-15-2021)
Vallejo Crews Knock Down 4-Alarm Brush Fire That Damaged 3 HomesKen Bastida and Liz Cook report on brush fire that spread to multiple homes in one Vallejo neighborhood (6-15-2021)
Inspectors Go Door-to-Door Checking Marin County Homes for Fire HazardsJohn Ramos reports on Marin County's Defensible Space Inspection Program checking homes for fire hazards (6-15-2021)
Tuesday Night Weather Forecast With Paul HeggenAfter a cool start to the week, temperatures are expected to soar Wednesday through Friday, with inland highs around 100. Paul Heggen has the forecast.(6/15/21)
Tuesday Afternoon Weather Forecast with Paul Heggen(6/15/21)
Bay Area Heat Wave May Prompt Rotating Outages, Calls To Conserve EnergyThis week's Bay Area heat wave brings the possibility of rotating outages. Maria Medina reports on a call for Californians to start conserving energy now.
Drought Emergency: Healdsburg Orders Shutdown Of Outdoor Watering As Lake Mendocino Dries UpResidents of Healdsburg were ordered to shut down outdoor watering systems over the weekend after Lake Mendocino dropped down to very low levels. John Ramos reports. (6/14/21)
Monday Night Weather Forecast With Paul HeggenExpect fog and clouds Monday night and slightly warmer conditions on Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday will be much hotter, with highs above 100 inland. Paul Heggen has the forecast. (6/14/21)
California Set for Reopening; Businesses at Full Capacity, Masks Still To Be UsedWith California poised to end the colored COVID tier system and fully reopen for business, many rules are going away but masks are likely to stay. Devin Fehely reports. (6/14/21)