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Meet The Curators Of 'The Black Woman Is God' Exhibit At SOMArtsBR host Jan Mabry visits 'The Black Woman is God: Reclaim, Reconfigure and Re-Remember' at SOMArts, in San Francisco, and talks to the show's curators about this powerful exhibit that celebrates the black goddess. For more information, visit
Artist DeVante Brooks Is Writing On Walls In OaklandBR's Jan Mabry talks to artist and calligrapher DeVante Brooks, whose unique, stylized writing conveys messages of power and healing -- and it's all over the walls in Oakland.
Award-Winning 'Hip Hop For Change' Teaches 1000s Of Kids About Black Music, Dance & CultureKhafre Jay, founder of Hip Hop for Change talks to BR host Jan Mabry about his mission to educate and empower thousands of young people about hip hop culture and to dispel the negative images of violence and misogyny that have taken over the genre. For more info visit
BR Gets A Virtual Wine Tasting Experience With Coco Noir Wine Co-Founder Alicia KiddWine entrepreneur Alicia Kidd talks about Coco Noir Wine Shop & Bar opening soon in Oakland and gives Black Renaissance host Jan Mabry an amazing virtual wine tasting experience.
PIX NowHere's the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (12-4-20)
Actor David Oyelowo Talks To BR About His New Film 'Come Away'Actor David Oyelowo talks to BR's Len Kiese about his new film 'Come Away,' co-starring Angelina Jolie that reimagines two classic British fairytales, Peter Pan and Alice in Wonderland.
Resident Displaced in San Jose House Fire Friday EveningOne resident was displaced in a house fire on Mauna Loa Ct. in San Jose Friday evening. (12-4-20)
Debit Card Distribution Called Weak Link in EDD Fight to Stop FraudState lawmakers are taking action to help millions of Californians receiving their unemployment benefits through EDD Bank of America debit cards which are vulnerable to fraud. Kenny Choi reports. (12-4-20)
Dying Trees in East Bay Hills Add to Mounting Fire DangerThere is an increased concern of fire danger in the East Bay hills and scientists are examining eucalyptus trees to find out why acres of them are dying. Don Ford reports. (12-4-20)
Bay Area Small Businesses Fear Virus Shutdown Will Sound Death KnellBusiness owners in Walnut Creek told KPIX 5's Da Lin the new stay-at-home order may deliver the final blow that will shut them down for good. (12-4-20)
California to Receive Limited Shipment of Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine FirstAmong several coronavirus vaccines now nearing distribution, the first to arrive in California will be Pfizer's version. Elizabeth Cook examines what is known about the rollout in the Golden State. (12-4-20)
South Bay Hospitals Cancel Surgeries to Prepare for Virus Patient InfluxAmid a surge of coronavirus patients, Santa Clara Valley Medical Center is relying more and more on the emergency measures it started taking back in March. Wilson Walker reports. (12-4-20)
Food for Bay Area Families: Vintage Wine Estates DonatesVintage Wine Estates donated $42,000 to Redwood Empire Food Bank. (12-4-20)
Friday Evening Pinpoint ForecastThe mild weather continues into and through the weekend. Brian Hackney has the Bay Area microclimate forecast. (12-4-20)
Bay Area Counties to Implement Stay-at-Home OrderSay goodbye to outdoor dining, haircuts and even the drive-in as several Bay Area counties are now moving ahead of the state's 15 percent ICU capacity threshold for a second stay-at- home order. Andria Borba reports. (12-4-20)
Vallejo Animator Found Her Passion Despite Numerous HardshipsFor Lucy Lopez, art is an escape and a calling. But it's also a career choice the 19-year-old UC Merced student says she was discouraged from making.
SFPD Hunt For Shooting Suspect Who Hid In South of Market BuildingMichelle Griego reports on San Francisco police searching for a suspect in SoMa following shooting (12-4-2020)
Food For Bay Area Families: Clayton Valley And Lamorinda Rotary ClubsLen Keise reports on the Clayton Valley Concord Sunrise Rotary and Lamorinda Sunrise Rotary teaming up to donate to the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano (12-4-2020)
ICU Bed Availability Continues To Drop Across Bay AreaKiet Do reports on looming regional stay-at-home order for Bay Area as ICU bed capacity drops from COVID cases (12-4-2020)
4-Alarm Commercial Fire Burns In San JoseMichelle Griego reports on a four-alarm fire burning in an industrial neighborhood in San Jose (12-4-2020)
Raw Video: 4-Alarm Fire Burns Roofing Business In San JoseA four-alarm structure fire at a roofing business sent a massive plume of smoke into the sky late Friday morning in an industrial area of San Jose. (12/4/20)
Liam’s List Dec. 4KCBS reporter Liam Mayclem provides his weekly tip list on how best to survive the current coronavirus outbreak. (12/4/20)
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California Eyes New Lockdowns As COVID ICU Cases Threaten To OverwhelmGovernor Gavin Newsom is responding to the COVID case spike with a region-by-region crackdown. Tighter rules will take effect if the available ICU capacity in a region falls below 15 percent. In the Bay Area, that could happen around mid-December. Kiet Do reports. (12/4/20)

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