Before you head out to the Oakland Coliseum to see the Raiders, check out our guide to transportation, parking, tailgating, and bag policies. Katie Johnston reports.
Tuesday Evening Forecast With Paul HeggenHere's your Tuesday evening forecast with KPIX 5's chief meteorologist Paul Heggen.
SF Supes Pushing To Move Homeless From Shelters, Streets To Hotel Rooms FastSan Francisco supervisors are pushing an emergency ordinance to get homeless people out of unsafe shelters and streets, and into hotel rooms even faster than planned. Susie Steimle shows us the conditions inside one such shelter.
Success At 'Flattening The Curve' Likely Delaying, Reducing California's COVID-19 Case SurgeWilson Walker reports on state's efforts at social distancing paying off with models showing California's coronavirus case surge to be smaller and later that originally predicted (4-7-2020)
Already Struggling Small Businesses In South Bay Being Targeted By RobbersDevin Fehely reports on San Jose restaurants being broken into during coronavirus shelter-in-place order (4-7-2020)
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Coronavirus Cleaning: Current Best Practices On Essential Grocery TripsAs Californians begin their 4th week of the coronavirus pandemic sheltering-in-place, many are adapting to ever-evolving guidance for safe grocery shopping, which now includes wearing a mask and disinfecting the groceries themselves. Kiet Do reports. (4/7/20)
Trump Administration Asks Congress For More Funds Amid Coronavirus CrisisNatalie Brand reports on need to pour more funding into paycheck protection program aimed at saving small businesses during COVID-19 pandemic (4-7-2020)
Protests Greet Grand Princess Return To San Francisco Waterfront PierThe Grand Princess re-entered the San Francisco Bay Tuesday on a resupply mission, an unannounced return that was greeted by protests from maritime union officials and local community groups over the treatment of its Filipino crewmembers and the safety of dockworkers during the current coronavirus outbreak. John Ramos reports. (4-7-2020)
Acting Navy Secretary Modly Resigns Following Backlash Over Rebuke Of Former USS Theodore Roosevelt CommanderActing Secretary of the Navy Thomas Modly resigned Tuesday following an uproar over his handling of a coronavirus outbreak on an aircraft carrier and his harsh rebuke of the ship's commander after his desperate plea for help was leaked to the media. (4/7/20)
California Surgeon General Offers Resources For Mental, Emotional Well-Being During Coronavirus PandemicDuring Tuesday's Gov. Gavin Newsom's daily coronavirus update, California Surgeon General Dr. Nadine Burke Harris offered a set of guidelines for behavioral and mental health to consider during the coronavirus pandemic. Andria Borba reports. (4/7/20)
Better Together: Women's Motorcycle Club Delivers PPE To First RespondersDames That Care, a Bay Area women's motorcycle club, is making special deliveries of personal protective equipment to first responders. Don Ford reports. (4-7-2020)
RAW: Gov. Newsom And State Surgeon General Discuss Mental And Physical Health During COVID-19 LockdownCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom and State Surgeon General Dr. Nadine Burke Harris talk about resources being offered by the state to stay mentally and physically healthy during coronavirus shelter-in-place order (4-7-2020)
TECH TUESDAY: Small Businesses Help Those on Frontline of the Coronavirus PandemicCBSN Bay Area's Ken Bastida talks with Cnet's Shara Tibken to discuss one big donation made by one Bay Area tech company.
Bay Area Rabbi Makes 'Seder To Go' Kits To Celebrate Passover Amid Coronavirus PandemicA rabbi in San Jose is helping the local Jewish community celebrate Passover while social distancing from home, by making "Seder to Go" kits. (4/7/20)
Tuesday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeExpect chilly conditions Tuesday morning, with fog in some areas. By afternoon, expect partly cloudy skies, with highs in the 60s. Conditions will remain dry and mild for the rest of the week. Mary Lee has the forecast. (4/7/20)
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Shelter-In-Place, Social Distancing Elusive For Thousands Of Bay Area Homeless During Coronavirus PandemicOn week four of a shelter-in-place order, tens of thousands of unhoused people in the Bay Area are still unable to do so. Susie Steimle reports. (4-6-2020)
Scientists Focus On Antibody Tests That Could Be Key In Getting People Back To WorkScientists in the Bay Area and around the country are focusing on antibody tests that could determine who has recovered from the coronavirus without ever knowing it. Betty Yu reports. (4-6-2020)
Muni, BART Cut Back Service Significantly Due To PandemicWith ridership plunging due to the pandemic, deep cuts are coming to both Muni and BART. Both transit systems will be scaling back service significantly this week. Joe Vazquez reports. (4-6-2020)
Coronavirus Update: Santa Clara County Offers To Pay $1,000 For Old, Used VentilatorsLeaders of Santa Clara County, the Bay Area county hit hardest by coronavirus, are willing to pay a bounty of $1,000 to anyone who can provide a used or old ventilator. Katie Nielsen reports. (4-6-2020)
Doctor Makes Educational Software Free To Help Supplement Kids' Learning During PandemicA lifelong educational advocate and past Jefferson Award winner saw a need to help parents supplement their kids' online learning during the coronavirus pandemic with her specially designed teaching software. (4-6-2020)