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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COVID: West Contra Costa Unified Concerns Requiring COVID vaccination among teachers by Oct. 31West Contra Costa Unified Concerns Requiring COVID vaccination among teachers by Oct. 31
COVID: San Francisco schools struggling with providing online classes for students who don't want to return to classroomsSan Francisco schools struggling with providing online classes for students who don't want to return to classrooms
TODAY'S Forecast: The latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamWarmer temperatures this weekend
Fighting Hate: San Francisco Professor Russell Jeung Honored By Time Magazine For Launching 'Stop AAPI Hate' CampaignSan Francisco Professor Russell Jeung Honored By Time Magazine For Launching 'Stop AAPI Hate' Campaign
Mountain View May Transform Bustling Castro Street Into Pedestrian Mall, PlazaThe charm of Downtown Mountain View could soon be changing with plans of transforming busy Castro Street into a pedestrian mall or plaza. Maria Cid Medina reports. (9/15/21)
Safe Containing $500K In Valuables Stolen From Berkeley Home, Suspect SoughtAn elderly Berkeley couple said a thief was able to steal a 300 pound safe from their home, containing an estimated $500,000 of jewelry and other valuables. Andrea Nakano reports. (9/15/21)
San Francisco Launches Fund to Help Businesses Repair Broken Windows, Other VandalismDozens of small businesses in San Francisco have been the targets of vandalism and burglaries over the past few months. Now the city is stepping in to help by offering grants to cover some of the costs. Katie Nielsen reports. (9/15/21)
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Don't Miss Award-Winning Director Peter Nicks' Documentary 'Homeroom'Award-winning director Peter Nicks talks to BR host Jan Mabry about his latest documentary, 'Homeroom' that follows Oakland High's Class of 2020 through the pandemic. Don't miss 'Homeroom,' now streaming on Hulu.
Stolen Truck in Antioch Leads CHP on Wild Wrong-Way Freeway PursuitKen Bastida reports on a wild chase through the East Bay caught on CHP airplane camera (9-15-2021)
Pilot Stops in Palo Alto on Her Trip Around the WorldMax Darrow reports on 19-year-old Zara Rutherford's stop in Palo Alto on her journey around the world. (9/15/2021)
Wednesday Afternoon Weather Forecast with Paul Heggen(9/15/21)
'Energized' Newsom Begins Post-Recall Term Touting COVID Progress At Oakland School VisitFollowing his landslide win in the recall election, Governor Gavin Newsom kicked off his post-recall activities Wednesday by highlighting the state's progress in combating COVID and getting children back in school during a visit to Oakland. Kenny Choi reports.
COVID: Chase Center Hosts First Sold-Out Post-Pandemic Concert with Tame ImpalaWith proof of vaccination in hand, thousands are expected at Chase Center on Wednesday night to see Tame Impala for the first concert at the arena since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Andria Borba reports. (9/15/21)
State Legislators Call for Reform in Wake of Expensive Recall ElectionWilson Walker reports on growing push by state legislators to reform California's recall process (9-15-2021)
Bay Area Air District Launches Car Buyback Program For Older VehiclesThe Bay Area Air Quality Management District is offering cash to get some of the oldest and worst polluting cars off the road, as part of a buyback program. Devin Fehely reports. (9/15/21)
Lake Tahoe Welcomes Back Visitors After Caldor Fire Smoke DissipatesHeather Janssen reports on tourists finally returning to Lake Tahoe Area in the wake of Caldor Fire (9-15-2021)
Jefferson Award: Author Shizue Seigel Helps Other Writers Of Color Find Their VoiceA San Francisco author is helping writers of of color share their stories that reflect their diverse backgrounds. Sharon Chin introduces this week's Jefferson Award winner, Shizue Seigel.
Some Mills Alumni Critical of Merger With Northwestern UniversityJohn Ramos reports on some Mills College alumni angry over school going co-ed with Northwestern merger (9-15-2021)
Explosive Testimony from Theranos Whistleblower ContinuesLen Ramirez reports on the major revelations that came from Erika Cheung's testimony on Tuesday. (9/15/2021)
Marlon Wayans Performs in Bay AreaThe actor & comedian talks about how comedy and laughter help in healing during the pandemic