In 1990, the US had a travel and immigration ban for people living with HIV. A week before the pride parade, hundreds of protestors stormed the Sixth International Conference on AIDS. It was the first direct action protest and it forever changed the relationship between patients and the medical establishment. Activists Terry Beswick, Laura Thomas and Vince Crisostomo remember.
San Francisco Bayview District Native Unites Faith-Based Community to Help OthersJefferson Awards Silver Medalist - Veronica Shepard uses her connections to rally the faith-based community to make sure underserved African Americans live healthier lives.
Silicon Valley Venture Capitalist Teaches Others to Give With GratitudeJefferson Awards Silver Medalist - Venture capitalist Randy Haykin set a goal of making a difference in the lives of 50 million children around the world, and he is close to reaching it.
Helping Children, Families Survive Tough Times Is Mission Of Oakland Man’s Non-ProfitNever giving up on any child or family has been the mission of Ken Berrick’s non-profit organization for the last 36 years.
San Francisco's 'Mayor of The Mission' Helps Feed People Struggling To Survive During PandemicThe San Francisco man dubbed the Mayor of Mission District is known for protesting evictions and being a driving force behind the Carnaval parade and festival, which KPIX 5 sponsors. But that is not the only reason why he is this week's Jefferson Award winner.
Peninsula Woman’s Nonprofit Helps Battle Extreme Poverty In Bay Area, Around The GlobeJefferson Awards Silver Medalist - Peninsula woman Delfarib Fanaie is helping make a difference in the battle against extreme poverty in the Bay Area and around the globe.
PIX NowHere's the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (1-27-22)
One 49ers Faithful Family Spans GenerationsKPIX 5's Max Darrow shares how one father's decision in the 1950s created a life-long Niner Faithful fan, who'll be in the stands for Sunday's NFC Championship game. (1-27-22)
San Jose Schools to Allow Cops Back on CampusesThe San Jose Unified School District is set to temporarily allow police officers back on campus during school hours while the district works to craft a more permanent policy. Kiet Do reports. (1-27-22)
Tax Season Begins as IRS Impacted by Lingering Pandemic ProblemsTax season is looking very different this year and there are some simple steps to avoid wasting your time. Kenny Choi reports. (1-27-22)
Friday Evening First Alert WeatherChief meteorologist Paul Heggen has the Bay Area microclimate forecast. (1-27-22)
Talking COVID: SF Eases Indoor Mask RulesRyan Yamamoto talks with Dr. George Rutherford about the current trends in COVID infections and newly- eased mask requirements in San Francisco. (1-27-22)
SF Police Double Reward for Info on 1970s Serial Killer 'The Doodler'San Francisco police announced Thursday they've doubled the reward for information leading to the Doodler's identification, arrest and conviction. Wilson Walker reports. (1-27-22)
49ers Fans Targeted by Ticket ScammersScammers are zeroing in on this weekend's NFC Championship game and it's a warning for anyone hoping to score last-minute tickets. Len Ramirez reports. (1-27-22)
Injured Resident Rescued From Fire at East Bay Senior FacilityNeighbors helped with a rescue as flames swept through senior apartments in Pleasant Hill. Shawn Chitnis reports (1-27-22)
Raw Video: Scene of Fire at Pleasant Hill Senior Living FacilityA two-alarm fire burned at a senior living facility in Pleasant Hill Thursday afternoon, with firefighters rescuing a victim trapped on a second-floor balcony.
Mayor London Breed Ready For Sunday's NFC Title GameVern Glenn sits down with San Francisco Mayor London Breed ahead of Sunday's NFC Championship game.
49ers NFC Championship Game PreviewKPIX 5's Vern Glenn and Sports Executive Producer Brian Dea offer their thoughts and predictions for Sunday's NFC Championship game between the 49ers and Rams
Raw Video: Aerial View of Fire Scene at Pleasant Hill Senior Living FacilityA fire burned at a senior living facility in Pleasant Hill Thursday afternoon, with firefighters rescuing elderly victims trapped on second-floor balconies. One victim suffered burns and was taken to a hospital.
First Alert Weather 7-Day ForecastWarm, sunny through the weekend
Community Comes Together To Help Burned San Jose Synagogue RebuildJocelyn Moran reports on rebuilding process for San Jose synagogue that was damaged by December fire (1-27-2022)
Supreme Court Justice Breyer Officially Announces Retirement from BenchNatalie Brand reports on President Biden's plans after Supreme Court Justice Breyer announces his retirement (1-27-2022)
San Francisco Police Double Reward in Search for Infamous ‘Doodler’ Mass Murder SuspectJustin Andrews reports on the SFPD's renewed efforts to find the "Doodler" serial killer who terrorized the city's gay community (1-27-2022)
PIX NowThursday noon news update from KPIX 5
Weather Extra: Rain Amounts This Water YearKPIX 5 Meteorologist Darren Peck breaks down the amount of rain we've seen so far this water year and how this dry January compares to an average January in the Bay Area.