Michelle Griego reports on 49ers fans coping with disappointing loss in Miami (2-2-2020)
SF City Leaders Join Jewish Community to Denounce Recent Anti-Semitic IncidentsAfter several anti-Semitic incidents across the country and in the Bay Area, local Jewish leaders, elected officials and community members gathered for a show of solidarity. Max Darrow reports. (7-29-21)
San Jose Schools Set to Reopen for Full In-Class LearningThe San Jose Unified School District, the South Bay’s largest, is on track to begin full in-person learning in less than three weeks. Kiet Do reports. (7-29-21)
As Mask Mandates Reappear in Bay Area, Condemnation of the Unvaxxed GrowsFor the first time in the pandemic it seems like more people in the Bay Area are taking sides with the vaccinated becoming more vocally annoyed with those who haven't taken the shot. Wilson Walker reports. (7-29-21)
Former California EDD Director Analyzes New Unemployment DataCalifornia's unemployment claims jumped to their highest level since the economy reopened. Employment attorney and former EDD director Michael Bernick talks with KPIX 5's Allen Martin. (7-29-21)
Thursday Evening Pinpoint ForecastHere's the Friday forecast from chief meteorologist Paul Heggen. (7-29-21)
Silicon Valley Giants Join U.S. Gov't in Mandating Vaccination for EmployeesAs some states and cities step up incentives, the White House is calling on state and local governments to offer $100 to those who get vaccinated. Natalie Brand reports. (7-29-21)
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SF Hayes Valley Business Owners Say Crime Driving Them Toward ClosureBusiness in Hayes Valley is in trouble due to ongoing problems with vandalism, looting and other quality of life issues. Kenny Choi reports. (7-29-21)
Raw Video: Police Standoff with Man Holding Possible Explosive Ends PeacefullyA man having a mental health issue and holding a suspected explosive device was in a standoff with police in a San Jose neighborhood Thursday afternoon before he was arrested safely.
San Mateo County Supervisor To Unvaccinated: 'Shame on You'Justin Andrews reports on San Mateo County Supervisor David Canepa criticizing those who refuse to get vaccinated (7-29-2021)
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Talking All Things COVID-19 With Dr. GandhiKPIX Anchor Elizabeth Cook asks UCSF's Dr. Monica Gandhi all the questions you have about COVID-19, the Delta variant, COVID vaccines and more.
Myths Surrounding The COVID Vaccine and FertilityKPIX Social Media Producer Christine Samra talks to Stanford Health Care's Dr. Anne Lieu about myths surrounding the COVID-19 vaccine and more.
Rolling Into The Olympics: East Bay Girl Sets Eyes On Big DreamAt just 8 years old, Fremont's Lyla Ella is a gymnast-turned-roller skater who hopes to compete in the Olympics one day, if rollerskating makes it to the games.
Thursday Morning Weather Forecast with Darren Peck(7/29/21)
Foster City Requiring People To Wear Face Masks Indoors At City-Operated BuildingsFoster City officials announced they will be requiring everyone to wear face coverings indoors starting Thursday when visiting city-operated buildings. Justin Andrews reports.
8.2 Quake: Major earthquake strikes off Alaskan coast, tsunami warning lifted for Northern CaliforniaMajor earthquake strikes off Alaskan coast, tsunami warning lifted for Northern California
Gun Maker Added to Defendants in Lawsuit Over Garlic Festival Mass ShootingThe community gathered Wednesday to remember the victims of the Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting and to dedicate a new Gilroy Strong Resiliency Center. Len Ramirez reports. (7-28-21)
Parents Await Clearance of COVID Vaccine for Kids Age 5 to 11It may be July now but summer play time will soon give way to classroom time and one set of students is still waiting for their turn to be vaccinated: kids age five to eleven. Andria Borba reports. (7-28-21)
Piedmont Wealth Manager Arraigned in Fatal Oakland Hit-and-RunA 64-year-old East Bay wealth manager is facing a new lawsuit for a hit and run that killed the father of a young boy in May. Katie Nielsen reports. (7-28-21)
Chef Joseph Paire Puts Comfort Food And Cannabis On The Menu At The Limewood Restaurant At The ClaremontChef Joseph Leroy Paire III tells BR's Jan Mabry how he is putting his own brand of Southern comfort food and cannabis pairings on the menu at the Limewood Restaurant inside the Claremont Hotel. For more info visit limewoodrestaurant.com.
Wednesday Evening Forecast With Brian HackneyMore hot weather inland, cool at the coast.