John Ramos reports on company hired to help rebrand city of Antioch (6-5-2018)
PIX NowHere's the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (3-27-20)
Many Bay Area Parks Close to Enforce Social DistancingThe weekend is here and many law enforcement agencies around the Bay Area are hoping to avoid a repeat of last weekend., when people flocked to parks and beaches in huge numbers. Andra Nakano reports. (3-27-20)
Gov. Gavin Newsom Issues Statewide Moratorium On Evictions Until May 31Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday issued an executive order temporarily banning eviction of renters statewide due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
Santa Clara County Ramps Up Health Care Infrastructure as COVID-19 Cases SurgeSanta Clara County is preparing for a surge of coronavirus cases and treating the very ill by hiring more nurses, building a makeshift hospital and adding intensive care units to hospitals. Maria Medina reports. (3-27-20)
Bay Area Bars, Restaurants Get Creative to Stay Afloat During PandemicFrom takeout cocktails to "drink futures," Bay Area drinking and dining establishments are coming up with some clever ways to keep from going under. Andria Borba reports. (3-27-20)
East Bay Regional Parks Close Campgrounds But Keep Many Trails OpenThere are fewer drive-up options in the East Bay Regional Park system but, if you're just out to stretch your legs, you'll have better luck. Katie Nielsen reports. (3-27-20)
Coronavirus Strains Privacy Disclosure Rights Between Landlords And TenantsThe coronavirus pandemic has renters questioning whether landlords and tenants have a right to know when someone in their building has tested positive. Da Lin explores on the ethical line between privacy and the greater good.
Genentech to Begin Clinical Trial of Drug Treatment for COVID-19KPIX 5 spoke to Dr. Levi Garraway, chief medical officer at Genentech, about a pending clinical trial of Actemra, an anti-inflammatory medicine, as a possible treatment for COVID-19 patients. (3-27-20)
Students Rising Above: Donza Pitre and Briggette LoweMichelle Griego has this week's edition of Students Rising Above. (3-27-20)
Coronavirus Conundrum: Do Landlords Have a Right to Know If Tenants Have COVID-19?KPIX 5's Da Lin takes a look at what landlords and property managers can and can’t do regarding tenants with the coronavirus. (3-27-20)
SF Health Director Warns of COVID-19 Outbreak at Laguna Honda HospitalSan Francisco Director of Public Health Dr. Grant Colfax Friday warned of an oncoming outbreak of coronavirus at Laguna Honda Hospital following news of new infections. Wilson Walker reports. (3-27-20)
San Jose Catholic Church Streams Daily Services to Worldwide AudienceWith skeleton crew and simple smartphone, Five Wounds Portuguese National Church in San Jose is building an international audience for its online services during the coronavirus lockdown. Devin Fehely reports. (3-27-20)
Maker Community Uses 3-D Printer to Supply PPE to Health ProfessionalsA Bay Area company is volunteering time and tech savvy to produce face shields for hospital workers using its 3-D printer -- and you can help. Don Ford reports. (3-27-20)
Stranded in Peru During COVID-19 Lockdown, S.F. Couple Gets Cleared to ReturnChris Timm and his wife were among tens of thousands of Americans stuck abroad during the coronavirus pandemic. On Friday they finally got some good news. (3-27-20)
Friday Evening Pinpoint ForecastFriday night by the bay: cloudy with a slight chance of showers after midnight. Lows will be in the lower 50s. (3-27-20)
National Guard Preps Santa Clara Convention Center as Makeshift HospitalCalifornia Air National Guard members on Friday installed beds and equipment to convert the Santa Clara Convention Center into a temporary emergency medical facility to handle coronavirus patients. Len Ramirez reports. (3-27-20)
KPIX Home Workout ChallengeAt-home workouts are a go-to for many social distancing. KPIX sports anchor, Dennis O'Donnell, delivered his report while jogging on his treadmill at home and kicked-off the KPIX Home Workout Challenge.
Raw Video: SF Public Health Director Announces New Coronavirus Cases At Laguna Honda, Zuckerberg HospitalsSan Francisco Public Health Director Dr. Grant Colfax announced new coronavirus cases at Laguna Honda and Zuckerberg SF General, along with updates to the city's coronavirus cases and issued new guidance for healthcare workers and patients. (3/27/20)
Raw Video: SF Mayor London Breed Updates City's Coronavirus Cases, ResponseSan Francisco Mayor London Breed announced new cases of coronavirus in the city and updated the city's response to the pandemic Friday. (3/27/20)
Mass Transit Roundup: Agencies Change Schedules Amid Coronavirus ShelteringGianna Franco reviews the changes to schedules for a number of Bay Area transit agencies as they adjust for plummeting ridership because of the coronavirus shelter-in-place. (3/27/20)
CORONAVIRUS: What Is An Unlivable Wage For Restaurant Workers Sidelined By Shelter In Place OrdersWhat Is An Unlivable Wage For Restaurant Workers Sidelined By Shelter In Place Orders
Friday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeExpect dry conditions on Friday, with highs around 60 in much of the Bay Area. Showers should return this weekend, but skies will clear and temperatures will warm up early next week. Mary Lee has the forecast. (3/27/20)
Thieves Party In San Mateo Co. Restaurant Closed During Coronavirus Shelter-In-PlaceA restaurant in San Mateo County that was closed during the shelter-in-place due to the coronavirus was trashed by thieves who partied at his business, the owner said. (3/27/20)