The San Jose City Council on Tuesday was poised to approve the massive Google development that will shape downtown for generations, despite lingering concerns about its overall impact on affordable housing. Devin Fehely reports. (5/25/21)
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COVID TRAVEL: International Travelers Face New COVID Testing RequirementPassengers gathered for their overseas flights at San Francisco International will face a news challenge when returning back to the U.S. under the new COVID-19 testing requirement.
TODAY'S Forecast: The latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamCooling temperatures this week
PANDEMIC Economics: Unique Twist To Pandemic Shutdown Of Long-Establish Santa Clara RestaurantHundreds of Bay Area businesses have shut down due to the pandemic, but for one Santa Clara restaurant the closure means the owners are also forced to leave the country.
PIX NowHere's the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (12-5-21)
Sunday Evening Pinpoint ForecastMeteorologist Darren Peck lays out when and where the Bay Area will see its next precipitation this week. (12-5-21)
Berkeley Bookstore Raffles Autographed Edition of McCartney's 'The Lyrics'A Bay Area bookstore has received a very rare item that they intend to raffle off to help homeless children. John Ramos reports. (12-5-21)
SF Restaurant Apologizes for Snubbing Police OfficersOwners of a restaurant in San Francisco's North Beach apologized for asking police officers to leave their eatery because the officers' guns made employees uncomfortable. (12-5-21)
Tough Travel Restrictions Set to Take Effect MondayBeginning Monday, travelers heading to the U.S. will be required to show evidence of a negative test for COVID-19 within one day of boarding their flight. Shawn Chitnis reports from SFO. (12-5-21)
Experts Say Omicron May Be Less Severe Than DeltaDespite initial concerns about the new strain of the coronavirus, infectious disease experts say the emerging evidence suggests that omicron may be less severe than delta. Devin Fehely reports. (12-5-21)
DINING Controversy: SF Police Officers Denied Service At San Francisco RestaurantA San Francisco restaurant drew a flurry of negative reviews and hash criticism on social media Saturday evening after it turned away three uniformed San Francisco police officers.
TODAY'S Forecast: The latest forecast from the KPIX weather teamCooler with a chance of rain later in the week
PIX NowSunday morning headlines from the KPIX 5 newsroom
Holiday Safety: More police were patrolling the streets of downtown Walnut Creek Saturday nightThe Contra Costa County Sheriff's deputies started this weekend to patrol the shopping district in addition to Walnut Creek police in an effort to combat organized retail thefts.
Saturday Evening Pinpoint ForecastMeteorologist Darren Peck has the latest on a small earthquake in the East Bay and a look at the Sunday Bay Area forecast. (12-4-21)
PIX NowHere's the latest from the KPIX newsroom (12-4-21)
King Tide Flooding Foreshadows Future Climate Change NormThe king tide returned to the Bay Area, peaking on Saturday morning. Max Darrow reports from San Francisco. (12-4-21)
USF Dons Coach Aims HighThe USF Dons basketball team is 8-0 for the first time since 1976-1977. Coach Todd Golden aims to get this program into the Big Dance for the first time this millennium. Charlie Walter reports. (12-4-21)
North Bay Organizations Unite for Holiday Toy DriveCOVID-19 has changed the way holiday toy drives operate but one effort in the North Bay is using the lessons learned from the pandemic to reach more kids than ever. John Ramos reports. (12-4-21)
Omicron Variant Boosts Demand for BoosterAs the omicron variant continues to spread throughout the country and the Bay Area more people are scrambling either to get vaccinated or boosted. Shawn Chitnis reports from San Mateo. (12-4-21)
PIX NowSaturday morning news headline from the KPIX newsroom
TODAY'S Forecast: The latest from the KPIX 5 weather teamCooler weekend weather
South Bay Retailer Shutters Store in Response to Smash-and-Grab Crime WaveA longtime business owner has cleared out his shop and closed his doors indefinitely amid a spate of brazen retail robberies across the Bay Area. Maria Cid Medina reports (12-3-21)
Projected Animated Art Lights Up San Francisco EmbarcaderoSan Francisco launched the country's largest projection-mapping event to celebrate the holiday season. Betty Yu reports. (12-3-21)
Grieving Family Members Call for Justice for Slain Security Guard Kevin NishitaThe family of slain retired police officer Kevin Nishita is speaking out as Oakland leaders try to address the rise in violent crimes and killings in the city where he was fatally shot while on duty. Kenny Choi reports. (12-3-21)