COVID Vaccine: Community Centers Not Getting Doses Needed For High-Risk ResidentsCalifornia community health centers say they are not receiving enough doses for their patients — the very at-risk residents the state needs to vaccinate.
100-Year-Old Bayview Community Garden Grows Food, Understanding, Racial HealingThe Florence Fang Asian Community Garden may look like a dirty, dusty place but it’s a breath of fresh air. It’s a place for racial healing, understanding and learning.
Alameda Neighbors Rally To Help Black Family After Racist Vandalism AttackA Black East Bay family's cars were targeted by vandals this weekend when someone spray painted racist graffiti across the vehicles' doors and slashed the tires.
Bay Area Muslims Find Ways To Observe Ramadan Online During COVID-19 Shelter In PlaceFor the next month, Muslims will be praying and fasting, even though their mosques have been closed because of the shelter in place order.
KPIX 5 Better Together --- Where You Can Donate And Help Those Struggling During The Coronavirus CrisisHere are links to agencies, charities, church and community groups who are assisting San Francisco Bay Area residents who have run into difficult times during the current coronavirus crisis.
Bay Area Neighbors Helping NeighborsIn this time of coronavirus uncertainty, we all want to help our neighbors. To help you find a way to help or to get much needed assistance, KPIX 5, KPIX.com and CBSN Bay Area has launched this webpage.
Oakmont Neighbors Worried Over Impact Of Homeless Relocation Plan On CommunityAt Sonoma County's Los Guilicos campus, construction on the emergency outdoor shelter is well underway. It is a plan that has a lot of neighbors very upset.
Community Holds Vigil For Richmond Man Killed By Stray BulletA vigil was held Tuesday for Miguel Ramirez, a 56-year-old father of three and grandfather of four who was reportedly struck by a stray bullet while getting mail outside his home in Richmond last week.
Program Connects Released Prison Inmates With Welcoming Homes In East BayPeople who have been released from prison are ten times more likely to be homeless than the average person in the U.S., according to the Prison Policy Initiative.
Sonoma County Grew Stronger Together In Aftermath Of Wine Country WildfiresThe devastating Wine Country Wildfires in 2017 affected thousands of people in Santa Rosa and other parts of the North Bay. Since then, many survivors have banded together to create community strength and gain political influence.
Pastor Seen On Video Yelling At Richmond Officers During Traffic Stop Part Of Group To Improve Relations With PoliceA Bay Area pastor caught on video going off on Richmond Police during a traffic is the founder of a group funded by the city of Oakland to repair relations between citizens and police.
Duboce Triangle Violence Sparks Community ConcernDuboce Triangle is a tiny slice of San Francisco, but it has seen some big crimes in recent years, including homicides and a recent assault.
Struggling Bodega Bay Crab Fishermen Get Boost From Community With Grocery Gift CardsCommunity members in Bodega banded together to help provide struggling crab fishermen with necessities as thousands of crab traps sit idle after the department of public health banned fishing for the popular crustaceans.
1 Year After Devastating Wildfire, Town Of Weed Shows Rebuilding Is PossibleResidents in the devastated town of Middletown may be wondering how they can ever rebuild, but a year after the town of Weed lost about a third of its housing to a wildfire, residents there are showing that it’s possible to rebuild a community.
Low-Income Community In Gilroy Overcharged On Property Taxes For 13 YearsA low-income housing community in Gilroy could be getting an unexpected payday after being over-charged on property taxes for more than a decade.