The 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.
CITY HALL ART: Art installation by Jock McDonald projected onto SF City HallArt installation by Jock McDonald -projected onto SF City Hall
6 Dr. Seuss Books Are Being Pulled From Publication Due To Racist ImagesSix Dr. Seuss titles will be removed from publication because of racist and insensitive images, Dr. Seuss Enterprises announced in a statement Tuesday (3/2/21) on Dr. Seuss's birthday. The books that will no longer be published or sold incude: “And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street,” “If I Ran the Zoo,” “McElligot’s Pool,” “On Beyond Zebra!,” “Scrambled Eggs Super!,” and “The Cat’s Quizzer.” “These books portray people in ways that are hurtful and wrong,” Dr. Seuss Enterprises told the AP in a statement.
Raw Video: Gov. Gavin Newsom on School Reopenings, Counties Movement to Red TierGov. Gavin Newsom spoke at Barron Park Elementary School in Palo Alto on Tuesday to detail the state's school reopening plan and on more counties moving to the Red Tier. (3/2/21)
FBI Director Testifies About Jan. 6th Capitol Riot During Senate HearingNatalie Brand reports on testimony of FBI Director Christopher Wray about the attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6th (3-2-2021)
San Francisco 49ers Get Medical Advice To Explore ReopeningMichelle Griego reports on the San Francisco 49ers convening a new medical advisory board to help explore options for safe reopening (3-2-2021)
Gov. Newsom Appears In Palo Alto To Promote School Reopening PlanKiet Do reports on Governor Newsom making the rounds to garner support for state school reopening plan (3-2-2021)
San Francisco Officials Announce Move Into Red TierAnne Makovec reports on Bay Area counties progressing from the Purple Tier to the Red Tier, including San Francisco, Santa Clara and Napa (3-2-2021)
Raw Video: San Francisco Mayor London Breed Announces Move To Red TierWith new cases of COVID-19 plunging, San Francisco health officials announced that the city was moving into the state’s Red Tier, allowing struggling restaurants to offer indoor dining for the first time in months. (2/2/21)
School Reopenings: Newsom school reopening plan facing legislative vote; San Francisco still has no deal with teachersNewsom school reopening plan facing legislative vote; San Francisco still has no deal with teachers
TODAY'S FORECAST: The latest forecast from the KPIX weather teamPartly cloudy skies and temps in the high 60s over the next several days
ROYALS WEEK: A look at Royal visits to the San Francisco Bay AreaA look at Royal visits to the San Francisco Bay Area
EDD Debit Card Victims Getting Taxed For Money Hackers Stole From Their AccountsAfter enduring all the frustrations of fraud involving Bank of America EDD debit cards, Kenny Choi tells us now victims are getting taxed by the IRS for money they never received.
Fremont: New Red Light Cameras May Increase Safety But Some Say They Only Raise RevenueThe City of Fremont has installed two new red light cameras, saying the move will make the streets safer. As Maria Medina reports, some residents believe it's only to make more money.
COVID Reopening: New Technology SF Restaurants Using To Keep Diners SafeWith the imminent return of indoor dining in San Francisco, a lot of people are wondering if it is safe. Betty Yu reports on the new technology restaurants are using to ensure the safety of their customers.
COVID: Some Marin County Schools Reopen For In-Person LearningMost schools in Marin County will be open for in-person learning soon. Andrea Nakano has details on the District's plan to keep teachers and students safe during the pandemic.
Historic Petaluma Creamery Threatened With Closure Due To Unpaid Wastewater Fines, FeesThe historic Petaluma Creamery was threatened with closure due to unpaid wastewater fees and fines. Don Ford talked to the city and workers about the creamery's fate.
Local Gardeners, Landscapers Targeted By Gang Members in Burglaries, Armed RobberiesSan Jose police say they have arrested more than a dozen gang members as part of crime ring that targeted landscapers and gardeners. Kiet Do reports. (3/1/21)
Healdsburg Family Sets Off On Cross-Country Trip In Search Of New HomeWith the pandemic bringing normal life to a halt, a Healdsburg family has joined the growing number of people moving out of the Bay Area and California. John Ramos reports, they've decided to make their move the trip of a lifetime.
Petaluma Vote Scheduled On Banning New Gas StationsA proposal up for a final vote in Petaluma would ban any new gas stations from being built in the city amid a push toward zero emissions by 2030. Ken Bastida reports. (3/1/21)
Santa Clara County Sets Up Vaccination Site For Teachers, Education Workers At FairgroundsSanta Clara County is trying to make it easier and faster for educators to get vaccinated amid increasingly loud calls for schools to reopen, launching a new vaccination site at the county fairgrounds for teachers on Monday.
Monday Evening Forecast With Paul HeggenExpect clear skies and calmer winds Monday night, with overnight lows in the upper 30s and low 40s. On Tuesday, temperatures will again be warm, with highs in the 70s. Much needed rain is not expected to arrive until late Friday at the earliest. Paul Heggen has the forecast. (3/1/21)
Royals Week: A Look Back At Prince Harry & MeghanAhead of Oprah Winfrey's interview with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle which will air on CBS this week, KPIX 5 reporter Juliette Goodrich reporter looks back at how the power couple came to be. (3/1/21)