A Hayward woman has been a mother to more than 80 babies over the years through foster care. Sharon Chin introduces Linda Owens, this week's Jefferson Award winner.
PIX NowKPIX 5 News headlines for Tuesday evening, July 27, 2021.
COVID Vaccine: SF's Employee Vaccination Mandate Is Not First In U.S.San Francisco will become the first city in California to require new employees be vaccinated. The rule takes effect on Wednesday, and while not everyone agrees with the mandate, Wilson Walker reports this isn't the first time Americans have been told to get a vaccine.
Tuesday Evening Forecast With Brian HackneyMore warm temperatures inland.
Brush Fire Burns In North San Jose, Milpitas Along Coyote Creek AreaA brush fire was burning near homes and businesses in North San Jose and Milpitas Tuesday afternoon. Len Ramirez reports.
Drought Depleting Bay Area Reservoirs, Driving Urgent Need For ConservationThe state's severe drought is transforming the landscape of our streams, lakes and reservoirs as the supply of water is depleted day by day. Devin Fehely reports. (7/27/21)
Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Slams Newsom on CrimeKenny Choi reports on Republican recall candidate Kevin Faulconer criticizes Newsom during Bay Area campaign stop (7-27-2021)
Judge Overturns SF School Board Decision To Cover Up Controversial MuralA Superior Court judge ruled Monday to overturn the San Francisco Unified School District’s decision to remove a controversial mural from George Washington High School.
Brush Fire Burns In North San Jose Near Coyote CreekA brush fire burning in North San Jose near Coyote Creek and the Milpitas border Tuesday afternoon prompted a shelter-in-place alert.
East Bay Residents React to Latest CDC Masking GuidanceJohn Ramos reports on how some local residents were taking the news of a possible return to wearing masks, even for those vaccinated against COVID (7-27-2021)
Raw Video: Brush Fire Burns in North San JoseFire crews were at the scene of a brush fire burning in North San Jose near Coyote Creek Tuesday afternoon. (7/27/21)
U.S. Coast Guard Helicopter Crew Rescues Woman Near China BeachRaw footage of the Air Station San Francisco helicopter crew rescuing a woman near China Beach Tuesday morning.
Capitol Officers Testify Before Jan. 6th House Select CommitteeSkyler Henry reports on Washington Capitol police giving emotional testimony before Jan. 6th Select Committee (7-27-2021)
Delta Variant & VaccinesWe ask Dr. Anne Liu with Stanford Health Care about a new study that shows the Johnson & Johnson vaccine may be less effective against the Delta variant than the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines
New SF City Workers to be Required to Get COVID VaccineJustin Andrews reports on San Francisco's plan to require all new city employees to get the COVID vaccine unless they have a health or religious exception (7-27-2021)
CDC Set to Recommend Vaccinated Individuals Wear Masks IndoorsLen Kiese reports on CDC plans to update masking guidelines to recommend those vaccinated for COVID wear masks indoors (7-27-2021)
PIX NowKPIX 5 Noon News headlines for Tuesday, July 27, 2021.
COVID VACCINATIONS: San Francisco set to join state in requiring vaccinations for all employeesSan Francisco set to join state in requiring vaccinations for all employees
TODAY'S Forecast: The latest from the KPIX weather teamThundershowers remaining off the coast Tuesday morning
DELTA VARIANT: UCSF Dr. Peter Chin-Hong On The Surging Cases Of COVID Delta VariantUCSF Dr. Peter Chin-Hong talks about masking, vaccinations and the COVID Delta Variant
Mezzo-Soprano J'Nai Bridges Collaborates On 2 Powerful Commemorations To The 1921 Tulsa MassacreAmerican mezzo-soprano J'Nai Bridges lent her beautiful voice to Daniel Bernard Roumain's "They Still Want To Kill Us" and Dr. Adolphus Hailstork's "Tulsa 1921 - Pity These Ashes, Pity This Dust." She talked to BR's Jan Mabry about her experience.
VIDEO: Brazen Shoplifter At SF Walgreens Caught On VideoThe woman who shot cellphone video of a man openly shoplifting at a Walgreens in San Francisco is speaking out. Katie Nielsen talked to the woman who did not want to be identified because she lives in the neighborhood.
Business Owners Speak Out On Plan For Urban Village In SJ's Little Portugal NeighborhoodDevelopers have unveiled an ambitious plan for the next phase of San Jose's future BART station in the Little Portugal neighborhood. Len Ramirez talked to some business owners concerned about the impact of the proposed urban village.