San Francisco native George Archer won The Masters in 1969. He won 12 events on the PGA Tour, but his legacy today is tied to illiteracy. Archer, who passed away in 2005, battled dyslexia and never learned how to read. His wife, Donna, created the George Archer Foundation For Literacy to help raise money for people suffering with the same disability. 4-15-19
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Dixie Fire Grows, Forcing New Evacuations Near Lake AlmanorTeam coverage of new evacuations ordered due to massive Dixie Fire in Plumas County (8-3-2021)
New Report Raises Health Concerns Near South Bay AirportLen Ramirez reports on new study about lead exposure in children living close to San Jose's Reid-Hillview Airport (8-3-2021)
COVID Talkback: Dr. Karin Shavelson Discusses Herd ImmunityDr. Karin Shavelson of MarinHealth Medical Center talks about herd immunity and the state of the Delta variant COVID case spike (8-3-2021)
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See's Candies Celebrates 100 YearsPresident & CEO Pat Egan talks about the company's beginnings and how it continues to innovate and adapt
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Raw Video: San Francisco Mayor London Breed Answers Question About Ethics ViolationSan Francisco Mayor London Breed spoke to reporters after being fined $22,000 for ethics violations while in office.
Water Restrictions Hitting Businesses in Mendocino CountyCarter Evans reports on how some Mendocino businesses are coping with the drastic drought conditions in Northern California (8-3-2021)
Bay Area Residents Adjust to Reinstated Indoor Mask MandateJustin Andrews reports on how people exercising in East Bay gyms are adjusting to the return of indoor masking (8-3-2021)
Probe Finds Cuomo Sexually Harassed ‘Multiple’ Women, Violated LawMichael George reports on New York Gov. Mario Cuomo denying any wrongdoing after harassment investigation (8-3-2021)
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Tuesday Morning Weather Forecast with Mary Lee(8/3/21)
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COVID: Kaiser Requiring All Employees To Get VaccinatedKaiser Permanente told all its employees they must be vaccinated by the end of August. Andrea Nakano tells us nearly a quarter million workers and doctors are effected nationwide.
COVID: Palo Alto Gym Prepares For New Mask RulesBusinesses across the Bay Area were scrambling to get ready for the new mask mandate. Betty Yu went to a gym in Palo Alto making last-minute preparations.
COVID Surge: Mask Mandate Goes Into Effect At Stroke Of Midnight Across Bay AreaIndoor masks were back in seven Bay Area counties and the City of Berkeley at the stroke of midnight on Tuesday. Andria Borba talked to business owners and customers about the mandate.
Shooting Shuts Down EB Highway 4 In AntiochPolice responded to a shooting on Highway 4 in Antioch that shut down eastbound traffic along a stretch of the roadway, Monday night.
COVID Surge: Officials Fear Spike In Cases Could Overwhelm Community Testing SitesAs COVID cases spike, more people are realizing they need to get tested. As Kenny Choi reports, every Bay Area County Health Department is seeing a significantly higher demand for testing and officials don't want community test sites to get overwhelmed.
Serial Plaintiff Turns California ADA Lawsuits Into a Lucrative Cottage IndustryAllen Martin reports on Bay Area merchants being hit with ADA access lawsuits mostly being filed by one man (8-2-2021)
PIX NowKPIX News headlines for Monday evening, Aug. 2, 2021.
COVID: At Least A Dozen COVID Brentwood Students Test PositiveStudents in Brentwood have been back in the classroom for lest than a week and as Katie Nielsen tells us, at less 12, along with a staff member, have tested positive for COVID.