COVID: Case Surge From Delta Variant Forces Delay in Returning to OfficeA surge in COVID cases fueled by the Delta variant is throwing a wrench into plans by Silicon Valley companies to bring workers back into offices.
South Bay Contractors Struggling to Find Construction Workers for JobsA shortage of construction workers could be slowing down a building boom in the South Bay.
UPDATE: Authorities Release New Details About Milpitas Couple Who Ran Network of South Bay BrothelsThe Santa Clara County District Attorney's office on Friday released new details regarding the recent arrest of a tech businessman and his wife charged with running an international network of South Bay brothels.
South Bay Civil Engineer 'Mr. Barricade' Rises to Fame on TikTokSome may say civil engineering isn't the most interesting topic, but don't tell that to the over 436,000 followers Vignesh Swaminathan -- aka "Mr. Barricade" -- has amassed on TikTok.
COVID Vaccine: Santa Clara County Ramps Up Effort With Dose SurplusPublic Health officials in Santa Clara County -- whose vaccination efforts have fallen behind much of the Bay Area -- on Wednesday said they finally have a sufficient supply of the vaccine to meet the demand.
COVID Restrictions: Los Gatos Yoga Studio Under Fire For Planned Retreat In MexicoA Los Gatos yoga studio has come under fire for promoting a yoga retreat in Tellum, Mexico as the pandemic rages in both countries.
COVID Schools: Los Gatos Elementary Students Return To Class For In-Person LearningA South Bay school district at the center of a vaccine controversy on Monday began welcoming elementary school kids back into the classroom to resume in-person learning.
COVID Surge: South Bay Hospitals Brace For Rise In Coronavirus Cases, ICU PatientsWhile counties in the Bay Area are generally doing much better than the rest of the state as far as rising COVID-19 cases during the surge, hospital officials are still taking steps in preparation.
San Jose Unveils 'Black Lives Matter' Banners To Show Support For Black CommunitySouth Bay leaders unveiled 13 new "Black Lives Matter" banners around San Jose's City Hall on Thursday, demonstrating the city's commitment to addressing and dismantling systemic racism locally and supporting its Black community.
Heat Wave: California ISO Issues Stage 3 Alert, Forcing Rolling BlackoutsThe California Independent System Operator (ISO) declared a statewide Stage 3 power emergency Friday evening as excessive heat drove up electricity use and set records across the Bay Area, forcing rolling blackouts across the state until the power grid stabilized.
NWS: Bay Area Faces Prolonged Heat Wave; Excessive Heat Warning For Inland East Bay, South BayThe National Weather Service said the Bay Area will experience a prolonged heat wave from this weekend through the middle of next week, and has issued an Excessive Heat Warning for inland areas in the East Bay and South Bay.
With Tech Campuses Deserted, South Bay Food Trucks Make House CallsFood trucks are finding ways to adapt to the pandemic and make it during difficult times, flipping their business model in a way that could be an example for other restaurants to survive.
South Bay Residents Have Mixed Feelings About Planned ReopeningWith coronavirus cases spiking across the state, a new poll indicates a majority of Californians think we have been reopening too quickly.
South Bay Nurses Unions File Complaint, Allege Unsafe Conditions At Nursing HomesTwo local unions are accusing Santa Clara County of endangering nurses by failing to inform them of coronavirus-infected patients or provide them with the required protective equipment.
Coronavirus Update: Bay Area Baby Shows Possible Link Between COVID-19 And Rare ConditionDoctors recently spoke exclusively to KPIX 5 about a medical mystery involving a Bay Area baby, her mother and what turned out to be a surprising infant case of COVID-19 that may be linked to a rare disease.