Businesses in San Francisco's Financial District welcomed news that San Francisco moved to the state's Yellow Tier. Wilson Walker reports many are wondering if office workers will return.
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DIXIE FIRE: Raw video of Dixie Fire as it approaches GreenvilleRaw video of Dixie Fire as it approaches Greenville
Tuesday Morning Weather Forecast with Mary Lee(8/3/21)
Bay Area Mask Mandates Return For Indoor BusinessesBeginning Tuesday, Bay Area businesses began to reinstate mandatory mask guidelines for indoor operations. Justin Andrews reports. (8/3/21)
COVID: Kaiser Requiring All Employees To Get VaccinatedKaiser Permanente told all its employees they must be vaccinated by the end of August. Andrea Nakano tells us nearly a quarter million workers and doctors are effected nationwide.
COVID: Palo Alto Gym Prepares For New Mask RulesBusinesses across the Bay Area were scrambling to get ready for the new mask mandate. Betty Yu went to a gym in Palo Alto making last-minute preparations.
COVID Surge: Mask Mandate Goes Into Effect At Stroke Of Midnight Across Bay AreaIndoor masks were back in seven Bay Area counties and the City of Berkeley at the stroke of midnight on Tuesday. Andria Borba talked to business owners and customers about the mandate.
Shooting Shuts Down EB Highway 4 In AntiochPolice responded to a shooting on Highway 4 in Antioch that shut down eastbound traffic along a stretch of the roadway, Monday night.
COVID Surge: Officials Fear Spike In Cases Could Overwhelm Community Testing SitesAs COVID cases spike, more people are realizing they need to get tested. As Kenny Choi reports, every Bay Area County Health Department is seeing a significantly higher demand for testing and officials don't want community test sites to get overwhelmed.
Serial Plaintiff Turns California ADA Lawsuits Into a Lucrative Cottage IndustryAllen Martin reports on Bay Area merchants being hit with ADA access lawsuits mostly being filed by one man (8-2-2021)
PIX NowKPIX News headlines for Monday evening, Aug. 2, 2021.
COVID: At Least A Dozen COVID Brentwood Students Test PositiveStudents in Brentwood have been back in the classroom for lest than a week and as Katie Nielsen tells us, at less 12, along with a staff member, have tested positive for COVID.
San Jose Police Release Video of Suspect's Car in 2018 Khan Kieu Cold Case MurderLen Ramirez reports on San Jose police releasing new video connected to 2018 cold-case homicide (8-2-2021)
Return of the Mask Mandate: Dr. Peter Chin-Hong On Changes Forced By COVID Delta VariantBay Area health officials on Monday ordered a return to mandatory mask wearing indoors regardless of vaccination status. Interview with UCSF infectious disease specialist Dr. Peter Chin-Hong.
Proposition Coming Into Effect May Create Pork ShortageA proposition voted on by the public three years ago may lead to a statewide shortage in pork products. John Ramos reports. (8/2/2021)
San Jose Police Struggle To Keep Up With Sideshow Enforcement EffortsPolice in San Jose say there are not enough officers to deal with the number of sideshows happening around the city, following a weekend where at least one person was hurt during a series of street stunts. Len Ramirez reports. (8/2/21)
Monday Evening Weather ForecastPaul Heggen gives the Monday evening weather forecast. (8/2/2021)
Senate on Track to Vote on Bipartisan Infrastructure This WeekNatalie Brand reports on U.S. Senate moving closer to voting on $1 trillion infrastructure bill (8-2-2021)
Bay Area Counties Issue Indoor Mask Mandate, Regardless of Vaccination StatusKenny Choi reports on seven Bay Area counties instituting a new mask mandate for indoor public spaces, whether vaccinated or not (8-2-2021)
Oakland Charter School Welcomes Students for In-Person LearningJustin Andrews reports on students at an Oakland charter school returning to the classroom for the first time since 2020 shutdown (8-2-2021)
Local Health Officials Announce Indoor Mask Mandate, Regardless of Vaccination StatusHealth officials from seven Bay Area counties announce indoor mask mandate for all residents (8-2-2021)
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BART SERVICE UPDATE: BART VP Rebecca Saltzman on expansion of BART service beginning MondayMore trains, later closing times -- BART expands service to rebound from COVID cutbacks