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Pix Now07/09/2020
Deaths Of Homeless People In Santa Clara County Quadruples Since 2000The number of homeless people dying each year in Santa Clara County has quadrupled over the last 2 decades. Susie Steimle has more on this startling statistic.
Bay Area Teacher Fearful After Trump Pressures Schools To Reopen During PandemicPresident Trump is threatening to cut federal funding from schools that don't reopen this fall. Maria Medina talked to a teacher in San Jose who fears for the health and safety of himself, his family and students.
Spike In Coronavirus Cases At UC Berkeley May Be Tied To PartiesUniversity of California at Berkeley has reported a spike in coronavirus this week. Andrea Nakano reports on why parties on Frat Row may be jeopardizing campus plans for the Fall.
PIX Now7/8/20
Demand At Bay Area Food Banks Surges Due To PandemicDemand at Bay Area food banks is surging due to the coronavirus pandemic. Len Ramirez went to Second Harvest Food Bank in San Jose, where they are really getting stretched thin.
Details Emerge On Suspect In Ambush That Killed Danville Doctor Near Sierra CampsiteDetails have emerged about the suspect in a bizarre ambush shooting that killed a doctor and wounded 2 others in Sierra County. Katie Nielson talked to a witness who was in the area when it happened.
Prayer Service Held For San Francisco Boy Killed While Watching Fireworks On July 4As a community tries to come to terms with the shooting death of Jace Young, there was a special prayer service for him Wednesday. Andria Borba reports. (7/8/20)
San Anselmo Starts History Project Documenting Life During COVID-19 PandemicJohn Ramos reports on new history project started by San Anselmo's Historic Commission to document what life during pandemic was life (7-8-2020)
Wednesday Evening Weather Forecast with Paul Heggen(7/8/20)
School Reopening Plans Face Skepticism From Teachers, ParentsOver the next few days, a lot of Bay Area districts are going to be rolling out their plans for what the next school year might look like. Wilson Walker reports. (7/8/20)
Questions Raised Over Vallejo PD Body Cam Video Not Showing Man Fatally ShotJoe Vazquez reports on questions surrounding why body camera video released by Vallejo police does not show SF man killed in officer-involved shooting (7-8-2020)
Charity Co-Founded By Peninsula Woman Gives Storybooks, More To Ugandan VillagesSharon Chin reports on the growing charitable works done in Uganda by Imagine Acts Ministry.(7-8-2020)
South Bay Residents Have Mixed Feelings About Planned ReopeningKiet Do reports on some Santa Clara County residents expressing misgivings that COVID-19 reopening has progressed too quickly (7-8-2020)
Vallejo Police Body Cam Video: Shooting Of Sean Monterrosa (Warning: Disturbing, Graphic Language)Vallejo police released police body cam video of the shooting of Sean Monterrosa, killed during officer response to looting incidents when an officer mistook a hammer Monterrosa had for a handgun.
Wednesday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeExpect typical summer conditions in the Bay Area on Wednesday, with cloudier skies along the coast and highs in the 60s. Meanwhile, inland areas should see clear skies highs approaching the 90s. Mary Lee has the forecast. (7/8/20)
Salons, Gyms Among Santa Clara Co. Businesses Getting Green Light To Reopen July 13State officials have given the green light for businesses in several sectors to reopen in Santa Clara County, including nail and hair salons, along with gyms. Kiet Do reports. (7/8/20)
Pix Now07/08/2020
Warriors, Uber Eats 'Golden Giveback' Aims To Help Local Restaurants, Essential WorkersThe Golden State Warriors have partnered with Uber Eats to drive business to local restaurants and feed essential workers in the process. The program is called the Golden Giveback.
'Blackout Day' Brings Boost In Sales To Black Bay Area BusinessesA national call to support black-owned businesses on 'Blackout Day' brought a much-needed boost in sales to some East Bay entrepreneurs. Betty Yu reports.
University Of California Names First Black PresidentThe University of California has a new man in charge and he is making history. Andrea Nakano tells us more about Dr. Michael Drake, UC's first black president.
Santa Clara Co. Gives Green Light To Business Owners To ReopenWhile some counties are saying 'no,' Santa Clara County is saying 'go.' Maria Medina tells us that has brought a huge sigh of relieve to business owners here.
PIX Now7/7/20
Heartbroken SF Family Pleads For Justice In Fatal Shooting Of Their Son July 4A heartbroken family is calling justice after the killing of their 6-year-old son on the Fourth of July. Andria Borba shows us their emotional plea.

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