An entire community stepped up to help a Pleasanton teen who was paralyzed after a wrestling accident. Juliette Goodrich shows us how they made Myles Molnar's wish for a custom car come true.
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Raw Video: Scene of Danville Crash Following Police ChaseThe driver of a car being chased by police in Danville lost control, hit another vehicle, and slammed into a tree in Danville, injuring himself and a pedestrian, authorities said Tuesday. (10/20/20)
Mute Button Coming To Final Presidential DebateOrganizers of Thursday's final presidential debate announced new rules that give President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden two uninterrupted minutes to answer questions at the start of each segment, with one candidate's microphone to be muted while the other has the floor.
Google Search Policies Target Of Justice Department Antitrust CaseThe Justice Department sued San Francisco Bay Area Tech giant Google Tuesday, claiming the company has been abusing its dominance in online search to stifle competition and harm consumers. (10/20/20)
San Francisco Becomes First Major California Urban Center To Move Into COVID-19 Reopening Yellow TierCity officials announced Tuesday that San Francisco has been elevated to the yellow tier of the state's COVID-19 reopening scale, the first major California urban center to enter the minimal level of restrictions. Emily Turner reports. (10/20/20)
GOOGLE ANTITRUST: Federal regulators expected to file antitrust suit against Google over search practicesFederal regulators expected to file antitrust suit against Google over search practices
PSPS Outages: Livermore residents prepare for possible planned power outagesLivermore residents prepare for possible planned power outages
TODAY'S FORECAST: The latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamThe latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather team
PSPS Outages: Bay Area residents brace for possible power outages during upcoming Red Flag Fire WarningBay Area residents brace for possible power outages during upcoming Red Flag Fire Warning
Be Woke.Vote Informs, Inspires A New Generation Of Young Voters Of ColorFilmmaker Deon Taylor, co-founder of Be Woke.Vote, talks to BR host Jan Mabry about a nationwide movement to inform and inspire young people of color to vote and make their voices heard.
KPIX Original Report: KPIX Survey Puts USPS On-Time Mail Delivery To The TestKPIX 5 wanted to know if Bay Area voters can trust the United States Post Office to deliver mail-in ballots on time. Kenny Choi has the results.
City Of Berkeley Hauls Away Tons Of Debris, Trash From Homeless Encampment Along I-80The City of Berkeley hauled away 35 tons of trash and debris from homeless encampments along Interstate 80. Andrea Nakano tells us, the city said it was more than just an eyesore, it is unhealthy and unsafe.
PG&E Planning More Power Shutoffs Due To Dry, Windy Weather ConditionsPG&E has announced the possibility of more Public Safety Power Shutoffs later this week. Paul Heggen has the forecast about today's Red Flag Warning, and Betty Yu tells us more about the planned power shutoffs.
New Mural Behind SF's Battery Club Conveys Message Of Wildfire RecoveryA new mural with a message of recovery from the wildfires is being painted in San Francisco at the back of The Battery club in the financial district
PIX NowOctober 19, 2020
Santa Clara County Eyes Lifeline For COVID-Affected Small BusinessesWith federal stimulus monies still tied up in Washington, Santa Clara County officials may be taking a bold step to help struggling small businesses. The county could soon be creating a new $100 million low-interest loan program for small businesses. Len Ramirez reports. (10/19/20)
East Bay Lawmaker Up For Re-Election Says Campaign Signs Were Stolen, Taken DownOakland City Councilwoman Lynette McElhaney up for re-election is crying foul after her campaign signs were stolen. Juliette Goodrich says she's not pointing fingers, and instead asking everyone to be less aggressive.
Lower Infection Rates In Mission District Latinx Community Following Rapid COVID-19 Testing StudyWe have been told the key to fighting the pandemic is testing, testing, testing. And now, researchers in San Francisco have discovered the most effective testing may be faster, easier and less expensive. John Ramos reports. (10/19/20)
Charities Sees Record Donations as Residents Clean Their Houses During COVIDDon Ford reports on second hand stores receiving record donations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
California Scientific Panel To Review Vaccines; Distribution Plan UnveiledPreparing for the next step in the battle with COVID-19, Governor Gavin Newson Monday unveiled the framework for a massive statewide vaccine distribution network, driven by a group of immunization and public health experts which will green-light any vaccine approved by the federal government. Andria Borba reports. (10/19/20)
Prop. 25 Intends to Reform Cash Bail in CaliforniaDevin Fehely on the pros and cons of Proposition 25, which will end cash bail in the state,
San Mateo County Launches Task Force To Enforce COVID-19 Health OrdersAn eight-member task force is set to enforce COVID-19 health orders in San Mateo County, with fines of up to $3,000 for businesses who violate rules meant to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Kiet Do reports. (10/19/20)
Monday Night Weather Forecast with Paul Heggen(10/19/20)