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PIX NowWednesday morning headlines from the KPIX 5 newsroom
TODAY'S Forecast: The latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamStorm fronts continue to roll through the San Francisco Bay Area
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COVID: SFMTA warns of possible disruptions after 275 Employees fail to comply with COVID vaccination mandateSFMTA warns of possible disruptions to transit service and parking enforcement next month, as nearly 300 employees have yet to comply with the city's COVID-19 vaccine mandate.
STORM WATCH: Santa Rosa officials shift from wildfire watch to preparing for weekend rainsSanta Rosa officials shift from wildfire watch to preparing for weekend rains
Fire Races Through Building In Nob HillFirefighters were battling a blaze in Nob Hill, Tuesday night.
Los Gatos Teen Competes In Formula 4 Grand Prix ChampionshipIn just a few days, a Los Gatos teen will be on one of racing's largest Grand Prix race tracks, after a 2-year break due to the pandemic. Maria Cid Medina introduces us to junior racer Max Parker.
COVID: State Audit Reveals CA Schools Risk Losing Millions In FundingCalifornia schools are at risk of losing millions in federal funding, according to a new state audiot. Julie Watts tells us that's because the Department of Education is not doing its job.
First Storm Brings Relief To North Bay Residents After Devastating Fire SeasonThe North Bay got its first sprinkles of rain Tuesday night. Andrea Nakano reports, for some, it's washing away lingering concerns of another devastating wildfire.
PIX NowKPIX Evening News headlines for Tuesday, Oct. 19, 2021.
Port Of Oakland Officials Issue Plea For More Cargo Ships To UnloadJohn Ramos reports on official at the Port of Oakland calling for more business amid SoCal port slowdown (10-19-2021)
Arts Commission Votes To Remove Controversial Thomas Fallon Statue In San JoseA prominent statue in San Jose is one step closer to being removed. Kiet Do tells us why the controversial Thomas Fallon statue may be gone soon.
Tuesday Evening Weather Forecast with Paul Heggen10/19/21
Significant Storms Coming To Drought-Parched Northern California; May Bring End to Fire SeasonReal, significant amounts of rainfall are finally on deck for Northern California. This is something the state is going to need to see a lot of - all throughout the fall and winter - to put a dent in the drought. But just this first sequence of rains could do a lot of work towards reducing our fire danger. Wilson Walker reports.
San Francisco Leaders Offer Cash Rewards in Hopes of Reducing Car Break-InsKenny Choi reports on San Francisco city leaders offering cash rewards for information on auto burglaries and fencing operations (10-19-2021)
Storm Watch: La Honda Residents Ready For Rain, Hope For Relief From Fire DangerResidents in the town of La Honda are hoping several days of rain in the forecast will bring relief after months of dry conditions and extreme fire danger. Max Darrow reports. (10/19/21)
COVID: Slow Turnout For Booster Shots Has South Bay Health Officials ConcernedThe rollout of the COVID booster shots in Santa Clara County and across the Bay Area has been sluggish. Devin Fehely health officials are concerned that could spur breakthrough infections.
In-N-Out Burger in Battle With San Francisco Health Officials Over COVID RulesBetty Yu reports on clash over the San Francisco In-N-Out location not enforcing SF Department of Public Health COVID regulations (10-19-2021)
Theranos Trial: Former Product Manager Describes How Holmes Hid FailuresIn the fraud trial of Elizabeth Holmes, a former project manager and college friend of Holmes' brother laid out how the Theranos founder hid product failures. Len Ramirez reports. (10/19/21)
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)

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