San Jose peace activists took to the streets Friday to march in support of Joe Biden and to show support for the process of counting all the ballots in the 2020 election. Len Ramirez reports. (11-6-20)
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Senate Republicans Block Bill to Avoid Government ShutdownSkyler Henry reports on continuing negotiations to prevent a government shutdown with possibility U.S. could reach debt ceiling looming (9-28-2021)
Crews Working Caldor Fire Take Advantage of Damp, Cooler WeatherLaura Haefeli reports on crews making progress containing Caldor Fire with help from weather conditions (9-28-2021)
Vaccine Mandate Goes Into Effect for New York Medical WorkersErrol Barnett reports on over 83,000 New York hospital workers at risk of termination for not getting COVID vaccine (9-28-2021)
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'Non-Specific' Online Threat Shuts Down San Francisco State CampusJustin Andrews reports on SFSU officials closing campus following online threat of violence (9-28-2021)
TODAY'S Forecast: The latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamSunny skies return
DEA Issues Warning After Seizing Counterfeit Pills Containing Deadly FentanylFederal drug agents are warning the Bay Area and the rest of the country after seizing counterfeit pills containing the deadly substance fentanyl. Andrea Nakano tells us this is the DEA's first such warning in six years.
Project Home: Insurance Moratorium Gives Temporary Relief To Homeowners In Fire ZonesThe past three years, California ordered temporary moratoriums following major fires to stop insurance companies from dropping policies. But as Kenny Choi tells us, when the moratoriums expire it could hit closer to home than you think.
Hero Rookie SJ Officer Speaks Out About Rescuing Man From Burning CarA harrowing, heroic rescue was caught on camera when a rookie San Jose police officer did not hesitate to pull a man out of a burning car. Officer Pedro Garcia described the ordeal and told Kiet Do he would risk his life and do it all over again.
COVID: UC Infectious Disease Expert Weighs In On Booster Shots & Children's VaccinesUC Berkeley infectious disease expert John Swartzberg talks to Elizabeth Cook about Pfizer, Moderna and J&J booster shots and vaccinating children.
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Retailers Warn Supply Chain Issues Could Impact Holiday Shopping SeasonRetailers are sounding the alarm on the upcoming holiday shopping season. Andria Borba explains the serious supply chain issues that could seriously delay those items on your gift list.
Santa Cruz Mountain Community Outraged At PG&E Over 'Fast Trip' OutagesAmid worsening wildfires, it's becoming commonplace for there to be power shutoffs during times of high fire danger. In some places, including a community in the Santa Cruz Mountains, the electricity is going off multiple times a week and for very little reason, outraging residents. John Ramos reports. (9/27/21)
Monday Night Weather Forecast With Paul HeggenOn Monday evening, expect possible showers, especially in the North Bay. Starting Tuesday, a warming trend will once again take hold, with highs reaching the 70s along the coast and up to the 90s inland by the end of the week. Paul Heggen has the forecast. (9/27/21)
Funds Still Available As State's COVID Moratorium on Evictions LoomsDevin Fehley reports on rent relief available to tenants ahead of Sept. 30th end to California's COVID eviction moratorium (9-27-2021)
COVID: Bay Area Residents Begin Lining Up For Vaccine Booster ShotsFrom mass vaccination sites in the South Bay, to pharmacies in the East Bay, eligible people across the Bay Area began lining up to receive COVID-19 vaccine boosters following the CDC's recommendation. Juliette Goodrich reports. (9/27/21)
Golden State Warrior Forward Andrew Wiggins Discusses His Vaccine StatusGolden State Warrior forward Andrew Wiggins answered questions about his vaccination status at the Warriors media day Monday (9-27-2021)
House Begins Debate on Nearly $1 Trillion Infrastructure BillSkyler Henry reports on Democrats trying to shore up support for Biden Administration's massive infrastructure bill (9-27-2021)
Housing Advocates Fearful as State's COVID Moratorium on Evictions LoomsJustin Andrews reports on concerns from housing advocates over expiration of California COVID eviction moratorium on Sept. 30 (9-27-2021)
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49ers Suffer Last-Second Loss To Packers: "Aaron Rodgers Was Aaron Rodgers"Postgame reaction from Levi's Stadium following the Packers 30-28 win over the 49ers. Cam Inman of the Bay Area News Group joins Vern Glenn to breakdown what went wrong for San Francisco in their home opener. (9-27-21)
Rent Moratorium: Concerns elevate as the clock ticks down toward the end of California's rent moratoriumConcerns elevate as the clock ticks down toward the end of California's rent moratorium
TODAY'S Forecast: The latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamShowers in Monday's forecast