A new seismological study from the U.S. Geological Survey indicates millions of minuscule quakes happen in the Bay Area that were undetectable until now. Don Ford reports. (4-19-19)
Smaller Crowds Greet Reopening Of Solano Town CenterJohn Ramos reports on gradual reopening of Solano Town Center as shopping mall coronavirus restrictions are lifted (5-27-2020)
AIDS Activist Larry Kramer Dies At 84AIDS activist Larry Kramer has died. He was 84. KPIX talked to people who know Larry Kramer, to get a closer look at his legacy in the Bay Area.
How Health Experts Calculate Rate Of COVID-19 Infection As Testing Ramps UpWith more texting, experts say we can expect more cases. The changing numbers and trends in various counties can lead to confusion. Kenny Choi tells us what data health experts are using to get the total picture.
CoCo County Residents Dealing With Heat Wave During Partial LockdownWith much of the Bay Area under a heat advisory, residents in many communities are dealing with this heatwave under a partial lockdown. Andria Borba is in Contra Costa County where people are getting creative to beat the heat.
State Close To Releasing Reopening Guidelines For Gyms And Yoga StudiosDon Ford reports on North Bay gym owners anxious to reopen after COVID-19 shelter order (5-27-2020)
KPIX 5 Wednesday Evening Weather ForecastHot weather continues inland, especially in the Tri-Valley area, into Thursday, but a break in the heat is coming. Paul Heggen has the weather forecast (5-27-2020)
BART Releases Plan To Manage Social Distancing SystemwideBART is preparing for the return of its riders with more people going back to work. Wilson Walker gives us a look at the transit agency's plan to manage social distancing throughout its system.
SJ Slows Pace To Reopen While Other Communities Ease COVID-19 RestrictionsThe nation has passed a tragic milestone in the coronavirus pandemic with an estimated 100,000 lives lost. That comes as many California communities are loosening restrictions. Len Ramirez is in San Jose where officials are warning to slow down.
Meals On Wheels Volunteers Check On Older Tri-Valley Residents During Heat WaveKatie Nielsen reports on volunteers with Meals on Wheels doing welfare checks during rounds in Tri-Valley heat (5-27-2020)
SpaceX: NASA Astronauts Arrive At Launch Pad To Prepare To Rocket Into OrbitWith thunderstorms and the possibility of tornadoes threatening a delay, two NASA astronauts climbed aboard a SpaceX rocket ship Wednesday for liftoff on a history-making flight that was seen as a giant leap forward for the booming business of commercial space travel.
Napa Hair Salons And Barbershops Reopen For First Time In Over Two MonthsKiet Do reports one Napa salon owner's busy first day back cutting hair since the COVID-19 shutdown started (5-27-2020)
Tons Of Cocaine Seized: Raw video of Coast Guard Cutter James capturing drug smuggling submersibleRaw video of Coast Guard Cutter James capturing drug smuggling submersible
Wednesday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeExpect another day of hot temperatures Wednesday, with highs in the 70s by the coast, up to 100 inland. A heat advisory remains in effect through Thursday. Mary Lee has the forecast. (5/27/20)
Salons In Napa County Set To Reopen Under New GuidelinesSalons in Napa County and in much of California are set to reopen after Gov. Gavin Newsom announced the state's first move into Phase 3 of the reopening process. Kiet Do reports. (5/27/20)
5 Displaced In Overnight East San Jose House FireFive people were displaced following a house fire that broke out in East San Jose early Wednesday morning. Anne Makovec reports. (5/27/20)
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San Ramon Valley Board Of Education Approves Administrator Raises Amid Huge Budget ShortfallAndrea Nakano reports on San Ramon Valley Unified School District administrators getting a raise despite major budget shortfall (5-26-2020)
Sonoma County Will Wait Before Reopening Salons And BarbershopsJoe Vazquez reports on Sonoma County health officials announcing they will wait to open hair salons and barbershops (5-26-2020)