There's new evidence about the possibility that COVID-19 can spread through particles in the air. Don Ford looks at whether air filters could be used to keep people safe from the virus. (7/7/20)
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Phish Fan Injured at SF Chase Center Concert Describes Brush with DeathAndria Borba reports on Phish concert attendee injured after being hit by fan who fell from upper level at Chase Center (10-19-2021)
Number of Californians Living with Alzheimer’s Projected to Double by 2040KPIX 5's Len Kiese talks to Jared Giarrusso, the State Director of Government Affairs for the Alzheimer's Association, about the new data released by the California Department of Public Health in conjunction with the Alzheimer's Association
Cal Defensive Lineman Playing In 7th College Football SeasonBecause of COVID, the NCAA granted an extra year of eligibility for football players, allowing Luc Bequette to play a 7th year. (10-19-21)
FDA Reportedly On Verge of Approving Interchangeable COVID Vaccine BoostersSkyler Henry reports on the FDA reportedly leaning towards the approval of making COVID vaccine boosters interchangeable (10-19-2021)
Raw Video: San Francisco Announces Cash Rewards To Stop Auto Burglary-Fueled Fencing OperationsSan Francisco Mayor London Breed joined Police Chief Bill Scott Tuesday morning at a press conference to announce cash rewards for information on the fencing operations that are contributing to the frequent auto burglaries in the city.
San Francisco, Tourism Industry Offer Cash Rewards To Stop Auto Burglary Fencing OperationsAnne Makovec reports on San Francisco officials announcing cash rewards to fight auto-burglary fencing operations (10-19-2021)
PIX NowKPIX Noon News headlines for Tuesday, Oct. 19, 2021.
STORM WATCH: Marin County Officials Prepare For A Week Of Stormy WeatherA wave of storm fronts were lined up across the Pacific early Tuesday, a procession of much needed rain showers.
Mt View Fire: Flames Rip Through Mountain View Strip Mall; Force Evacuation Of Nearby HotelA fire erupted in a Mountain View strip mall Monday evening, sending smoke and flames billowing into the sky and forcing firefighters to evacuate a nearby hotel.
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RAIN PREPS: Marin County officials offer storm preparation tipsMarin County officials want residents ready for upcoming storms
STORM WATCH: The latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamWave of storm fronts bring relief from drought conditions
COVID: FDA Issues New Recommendations On Mixing Booster ShotsThere is new information about mixing booster shots. Maria Cid Medina talked to a UCSF infectious disease expert.
SFFD Searching For Hero Who Saved A Man From Burning BuildingThe San Francisco Fire Department is looking for the hero who saved a man trapped in his bedroom surrounded by a wall of flames. Andrea Nakano describes the rescue.
Fed Up With Crime SF Residents Hire Private SecurityThe rash of crime in San Francisco has prompted some residents to protect themselves. Betty Yu tells us how.
PG&E Responds After Light Rain Causes Power Pole Fires, Outages Across Bay AreaThe sprinkling of rain Sunday night was too much for some PG&E power lines. Kiet Do tells us what PG&E says caused so many power poles to catch on fire in neighborhoods across the Bay Area.
East Bay Program Aims To Help Low-Income Black Homeowners Build Rental UnitsThe Zuckerberg Chan Initiative is funding a program that aims to help low-income black homeowners build rental units. John Ramos tells us more about 'Keys to Equity.'
Alameda Businesses Fight Back Against Serial ADA Lawsuit FilerAllen Martin reports on Alameda businesses fighting back against ADA lawsuits over access (10-18-2021)
PIX NowKPIX 5 Evening News headlines for Monday, Oct. 18, 2021.
Rohnert Park Mountain Lion Tranquilized, Relocated After Prompting Middle School LockdownsA wayward mountain lion that prompted a lockdown Monday morning at two Rohnert Park middle schools was tranquilized and removed from the area, public safety officials said. Andria Borba reports.
Cal Fire Officials Discuss How Controlled Burn Erupted Into Estrada FireDevin Fehely reports on how Cal Fire said a controlled burn near Watsonville on Friday jumped outside containment lines (10-18-2021)
COVID: FDA Reportedly Backs Mix & Match Booster Shots, UCSF Doctor Weighs InAccording to the New York Times, the Food and Drug Administration is set to approve the mixing and matching of COVID-19 vaccine booster shots. Dr. Peter Chin-Hong of UCSF reacts to the report. (10/18/21)
1 Dead, 2 Injured In Separate Falls During Phish Concert At Chase CenterOne person died and two others were injured in separate falls from upper-level seating during a concert at the Chase Center in San Francisco on Sunday night featuring the band Phish. Kenny Choi reports. (10/18/21)
Wet Weather Giving Restaurants Another Challenge Amid PandemicRestaurants struggling to get through the pandemic have been helped by our long dry summer and even the closure of some city streets to car traffic for outside dining. But now both things could be coming to an end. Len Ramirez reports.