PG&E is facing new criminal charges. The Sonoma County District Attorney claims the utility recklessly caused the 2019 Kincade Fire. Andrea Nakano tells us what that could mean for the victims.
Amazon Web Service Outage Interrupts Internet Services Around The WorldAmazon Web Service (AWS) suffered a major outage Tuesday. Kenny Choi reports it caused major interruptions to online apps and services around the world.
Oakland City Council Votes To Hire More Police OfficersWith homicides and gun violence spiking, Oakland lawmakers voted to hire more officers. Andrea Nakano has more on Tuesday's vote..
Statistics Show Epidemic Of Car Break-Ins Getting Worse In San FranciscoCar break-ins are so common in San Francisco, no one seems to notice them. Betty Yu looked at the data and found one neighborhood where there are almost 30 break-ins a day.
COVID: Dozens Of Patients Rescheduled Due To High Vaccine Demand, Staffing ShortagesDemand for vaccines and boosters was so high, Maria Cid Medina reports, a San Mateo clinic had to reschedule dozens of patients due to staffing shortages.
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Family Of Afghan Refugee Shot, Killed In San Francisco Seeks JusticeAn Afghan refugee who fled his homeland looking for a better life, was gunned down on the streets of San Francisco. Kiet Do has more on the search for justice.
Senate Lawmaker Hold Hearing On Supply Chain ProblemsSenate lawmakers held a hearing on the pandemic-induced supply chain problems that are plaguing everything from shipping to store shelves. Experts say there is no panacea for consumers this holiday shopping season.
Oakland City Council Votes To Increase Police StaffingOakland will have two more police academies over the next two fiscal years to hire more sworn officers into the Oakland Police Department, the Oakland City Council voted on Tuesday evening. Wilson Walker reports.
President Biden Meets With Russian President Putin To Discuss UkrainePresident Biden held a high-stakes video conference call with Russian President Vladimir Putin to discuss Ukraine. Natalie Brand has the latest from Washington.
Investment Group BlackRock Donates $150,000 to San Francisco-Marin Food BankPaul Lohrey, Rebecca Schubert from BlackRock San Francisco-Marin Food Bank Executive Director Tanis Crosby
Bay Area Marks The 80th Anniversary Of Pearl HarborThe beacon atop Mount Diablo was shining Tuesday to mark the anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. John tells us about observances across Bay Area of the day that would change America forever.
'Prolific' San Francisco Retail Theft Suspect Back In Jail After New ArrestA woman, released on zero bail after being arrested for 120 alleged incidents involving thefts from the Target at Stonestown Galleria, was back in custody after a new arrest and for ignoring a court order to sign up for electronic monitoring, according to the San Francisco District Attorney's Office.
Elizabeth Holmes Grilled On Claims Of Battlefield Use Of Theranos Testing TechnologyFederal prosecutors grilled Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes Tuesday on claims that her failed startup's technology was being deployed by military doctors in war zone field hospitals, as well as revenue projections of nearly $1 billion for 2015.
Amazon Web Services Deals With Major Outage; Netflix, Venmo, Instacart Among Many Affected SitesMany popular websites were impacted Tuesday as Amazon Web Services dealt with a major outage. Kenny Choi reports. (12/7/21)
Tuesday Night Weather Forecast With Paul HeggenExpect fog, dense at times, to develop in much of the Bay Area Tuesday night. The fog will lift Wednesday morning, but showers are expected to return to the region by Wednesday night. Paul Heggen has the forecast. (12/7/21)
Scott Peterson Returns To San Mateo County Courtroom Wednesday For Re-SentencingMore than 17 years after he was convicted in the murder of his wife and unborn son, Scott Peterson will return to a Redwood City courtroom for re-sentencing in his case. Max Darrow reports. (12/7/21)
Inflation Impacts San Francisco-Marin Food BankKPIX 5's Anne Makovec talks to San Francisco-Marin Food Bank Executive Director Tanis Crosby about how rising food costs are affecting local food banks
Partnership With SFPD, Sheriff's Office Targets Retail CrimeLooking to reduce retail crime in the city, San Francisco Police and the Sheriff's Office announced a partnership aimed at preventing future smash-and-grab thefts. (12/7/21)
Latest on the Omicron VariantDr. Malathi Srinivasan with Stanford Health Care explains how the number of mutations with the Omicron variant compares to other COVID-19 variants of concern, and if the current vaccines will provide protection
Bank of America Donates $40,000 to Redwood Empire Food BankJason Foster, Bank of American and Lisa Cannon, Redwood Empire Food Bank
Raw Video: San Francisco To Allow Private Funding For Hiring Sheriff's Deputies to Deter Retail TheftSan Francisco Supervisor Ahsha Safai, Police Chief Bill Scott and Sheriff Paul Miyamoto Tuesday announced an agreement on legislation that seeks to reduce and deter commercial retail theft.
Oakland City Council to Vote on Adding More Officers to Stem Retail TheftJocelyn Moran reports.
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Food For Bay Area Familes: Whole Foods Market Santa RosaAmber Parker, Whole Foods Market