CBS News correspondent Kris Van Cleave discovered during the course of the investigation that regulators and automakers knew about issues with seat backs collapsing during vehicle collisions, but nothing was being done about it. Katie Johnston reports.
Status of Gov. Newsom's 'CARE Court' planCBS News Bay Area's Anne Makovec talks to KCBS Radio Political Reporter Doug Sovern about Gov. Newsom's proposed CARE Court plan to address the homelessness issue, and about the proposal for a 4-day work week in California
Increase in heart attacks following 2020 presidential electionA Kaiser Permanente study out in JAMA Network Open reports a rise in heart attacks and other cardiovascular issues in the 5 days after the 2020 election. CBS News Bay Area anchor Amanda Starrantino asks co-first author Dr. Jamal Rana, an adjunct investigator with the Kaiser Permanente Northern California Division of Research and a chief of cardiology with The Permanente Medical Group in Oakland about the findings
Wilmer Valderrama On NCIS, Encanto & That '70's ShowThe actor chats with CBS News' DJ Sixsmith about play Nick Torres on NCIS and how the birth of his daughter changed the way he looks at his career.
How to Protect Yourself From Cyber CrimeFBI reports internet crime cost people nearly $7 billion in 2021. KPIX 5's Len Kiese asks CNET's Bree Fowler about the growing issue and how to protect yourself
Protection for Renters Expires End of This MonthKPIX 5's Anne Makovec talks to political reporter Doug Sovern of KCBS radio about where things stand for hundreds and thousands of California renters that could be at risk of eviction.
Humane Society Helps Evacuated Pets in EuropeCBS News Bay Area's Anne Makovec talks to Kelly Donithan, Director of Animal Disaster Response at Humane Society International, about how the Humane Society is working in Poland to help animals that have been evacuated due to the situation in Ukraine
Survivor 42 PreviewSurvivor returns to CBS for a brand new season starting March 9.
Disproportional Impact of Alzheimer's on African AmericansCBS News Bay Area anchor Len Kiese talks to Dr. Doris Molina-Henry, Assistant Professor of Research Neurology at the University of Southern California’s Keck School of Medicine, about how Alzheimer's disease disproportionately affects the African American community
Interest Rate Hikes: How They Could Impact YouCBS News Bay Area anchor Len Kiese asks Mike Shepard with U.S. Bank about the impact of the expected Federal Reserve interest rate hikes on mortgages, loan products, and credit cards
Punxsutawney Phil's PredictionIt tags out with a pitch to follow KDKA Meteorologists! Punxsutawney Phil Predicts 6 more weeks of winter. CBS News Pittsburgh package
Raising Awareness About Heart DiseaseFebruary is American Heart Month. KPIX 5's Amanda Starrantino talks to Dr. Aman Saw with San Ramon Regional Medical Center about how to reduce your risk of heart disease, and asks about the hospital's Heart Health Challenge
BBB Warns of COVID-19 Test ScamsBetter Business Bureau of Northeast California's Alma Galvan talks about the rise in fraudulent Coronavirus tests, vaccines and treatments as the number of COVID-19 cases rise and demand for tests increases
Future Leader Winner Says Math Makes Sense, Helps With Music SkillsMath wiz
Amazing Race Begins 33rd SeasonThe Amazing Race is back on CBS and the historic 33rd season starts in London, England.
Good Sam PreviewSophia Bush and Jason Isaacs star in "Good Sam" on CBS.
What to Expect at CES 2022The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is still scheduled to go on starting January 5, despite the rise in Omicron cases. CNET's Ian Sherr tells us about the technology that's expected to be on display
Deadline to Sign Up for Covered CaliforniaCovered California is encouraging people to apply for coverage by the December 31 open-enrollment deadline, especially as the Omicron variant continues to spread
Gift Card Scams on the RiseAccording to the FTC, consumers reported losing $148 million in gift card scams in the first 9 months of 2021. CNET's Ian Sherr has more on this trend, why it's sometimes worse than identity theft, and how you can avoid being duped
The Sit-Down: Reggie Rock BythewoodThe executive producer of the AppleTV+ series "Swagger" talks with DJ Sixsmith about the show inspired by Kevin Durant's youth basketball playing experience on the AAU circuit and how this show holds up a mirror to society. #Swagger #Interview
Fantasy Football Today 2021: Week 14 Start 'Em, Sit 'EmThe Fantasy Football Today crew has more starts and sits to help you set your lineup for NFL Week 14. New Orleans Saints quarterback Taysom Hill is set up to have a strong outing against a weak New York Jets defense. However, Houston Texans wide receiver Brandin Cooks is dealing with uncertainty at the QB position and faces a Seattle Seahawks pass defense that's playing well.
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Sabrina Spellman Makes An Appearance On The CW's Riverdale; Kiernan Shipka Reveals 'Fans Will Get Some Clarity'Kiernan Shipka guest stars in a bewitching crossover episode of the CW's Riverdale Dec. 7, playing the iconic Sabrina Spellman from the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. Katie Johnston reports.