'We Re-Member' co-founders Cairo Person and Natasha Ventsko talk to Black Renaissance producer Jan Mabry about their work tackling bias and discrimination by providing education about the Middle Passage and the impact of enslavement.
San Francisco Reports Near Six-Fold Increase in AAPI Hate CrimesSan Francisco Mayor London Breed and Police Chief Bill Scott announced the city has seen hate crimes against Asians increase 567%, jumping from nine victims in 2020 to 60 victims in 2021.
Highway 37: Caltrans To Hold Virtual Hearing On Future Of Highway 37 CorridorCaltrans is holding a virtual public meeting Tuesday to hear from the people about what to do with Highway 37 in the North Bay.
San Jose Guns: Showdown Brews Over Proposed Law Requiring San Jose Gun Owners To Buy Liability InsuranceSan Jose gun owners could be required to purchase liability insurance and pay an annual fee on their weapons under an ordinance up for vote tonight.
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TODAY'S Forecast: The latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamSunny, warm through Friday
Restrictions Lifted On Tickets To NFC Championship For 49ers Fans49er fans are free to pack the stands in the championship game in Southern California. It comes after the Rams went to extreme measures to avoid another sea of red at SoFi Stadium. Reporter Chris Holstom reports on the fallout.
COVID: Omicron Surge Of 911 Calls Stretches Emergency Services, Fire CrewsThe Omicron spike is stretching emergency services and hospitals in Contra Costa County thin. Andrea Nakano reports, now it is overwhelming fire crews.
Big Sur 'Colorado' Fire Could Be Sign Of Longer Wildfire SeasonThe wildfire burning in the Big Sure area has experts thinking the fire season could become year-round in California. Maria Cid Medina explains.
Sunnyvale Shoots Green Lasers To Shoo Away Growing Flock Of CrowsLike as scene out of Alfred Hitchcock's movie, 'The Birds,' more than 1,000 crows have flocked to Sunnyvale. Andria Borba tells us the city is shooting green lasars at the birds, to try and drive them away.
Smash-And-Grab Robbery At Jewelry Store In Tanforan MallSmash-and-grab theives hit a jewelry store in the Tanforan Mall in San Bruno
SJ Lawmakers Set To Vote On Gun Liability ProposalThe San Jose City Council is set to vote on a gun liability ordinance. Kiet Do tells us opponents are vowing to fight it.
PIX NowKPIX 5 Evening News headlines for Monday, Jan. 24, 2022.
NASA's New Orbiting Telescope Moved Into PlaceBradley Blackburn reports on NASA scientists positioning $10 billion James Webb Space Telescope in its orbital location (1-24-2022)
Public Awareness Campaign Shows Impact Of Leaded Fuel On Children Near SJ's Reid-Hill AirportThe battle to close San Jose's Reid-Hillview Airport is heating up with the launch of a campaign to raise awareness about the impact of leaded fuel on children's health. Devin Fehely tells us not everyone is on board.
Memorial Held For Slain Alameda Co. Sheriff's Recruit David NguyenA memorial service was held Monday for Alameda County sheriff's recruit David Nguyen. The 28-year-old, who was killed in a freeway shooting, was set to graduate in February. Ryan Yamamoto reports. (1/24/22)
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San Mateo Residents Still Struggling to Find At-Home COVID TestsShawn Chitnis reports on many stores in San Mateo still having a hard time keeping COVID test kits on shelves (1-24-2022)
Powerful Surf Strikes Coast; Surfers At Ocean Beach Brave Dangerous WavesA powerful swell and big waves didn’t stop surfers from testing their skills at Ocean Beach in San Francisco on Monday.
Homeland Security Warns Russian-Ukraine Crisis Could Lead to Cyberattacks in U.S.The Department of Homeland Security is warning that the situation in Ukraine could lead to cyberattacks here in the United States. Russia has been the source if several attacks previously, though it is often hard to know exactly who is responsible. Wilson Walker reports.
Caltrans To Hold Upcoming Hearings On Future Of Highway 37 Corridor Amid Likely Sea Level RiseCaltrans is holding two upcoming public meetings to hear from the people about what to do with Highway 37 in the North Bay. The meetings, scheduled for Tuesday and February 2 are inviting the public to dream big. John Ramos reports. (1/24/22)
Crews Make More Progress on Colorado Fire in Monterey CountyRyan Yamamoto reports on unusual wildfire that broke out near Big Sur Friday still burning (1-24-2022)
Stage Set For Epic Battle Between 49ers and Rams at SoFi StadiumLen Ramirez reports on 49ers fans aiming to take away the home field advantage from the Los Angeles Rams at NFC Championship game (1-24-2022)
Police Investigate Homicide in Antioch Parking LotJuliette Goodrich reports on Antioch police investigating a homicide in a shopping center parking lot (1-24-2022)
Muni Getting Back on TrackSFMTA Director Jeffrey Tumlin talks to KPIX 5's Amanda Starrantino about staffing shortages due to the pandemic, an update on subway service, and how vaccine mandates are impacting the agency