Less than a week before the state fully reopens, the Cal/OSHA board unanimously withdrew masking rules which would’ve required every employee in a room to be full vaccinated before going maskless. The meeting was heated with hours of public comment. Andrea Nakano reports. (6/9/21)
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New Law Will Make Rolling Stops Legal For Cyclists In CaliforniaA bill on Governor Newsom's desk will make it legal for bike riders to move through stop sign intersections without stopping. John Ramos tells us supporters insist it will make the streets safer.
SJ Neighbors Come Up With Plan To Solve Parking ChaosA plan in San Jose aims to rein in the parking chaos plaguing the city's east side. Kiet Do tells us it has gotten so bad, neighbors have taken matters into their own hands.
Vaccine Mandates Face Opposition in Some WorkforcesAndrea Borba reports on how many vaccine mandates are causing tension as deadlines draw closer. (9/28/2021)
Testimony of Former Theranos Lab Director ContinuesLen Ramirez reports on new testimony from former lab director Adam Rosendorff in the trial of Elizabeth Holmes. (9/28/2021)
San Francisco Officials Get Preview of Central Subway ProjectKen Bastida reports on city officials getting a sneak peak at the $1.6B San Francisco Central Subway Project months ahead of planned spring 2022 opening (9-28-2021)
State Sen. Wiener's Recovery Incentives Act Would Pay Meth Addicts to Stay SoberKenny Choi reports on push for Gov. Newsom to sign a law that would make financial incentives part of drug treatment for some addicts (9-28-2021)
School Age Children Increasingly Targeted For Cyber AttacksCyber attacks on students at K-12 schools are increasing and many are unaware of the issues. CBS 13 Julie Watts reports.
Tuesday Evening Forecast With Paul HeggenKPIX 5 Chief Meteorologist Paul Heggen has your forecast for the week. (9-28-21)
Victims Of CZU Lightning Complex Fire Hope Santa Cruz Officials Let Them RebuildThe Santa Cruz county board of supervisors will decide today if some wild fire victims from last year will be allowed to rebuild on their property. Devin Fehely reports.
Effectiveness of Covid-19 Booster ShotsDr. Laleh Gharahbaghian, medical director of Adult Emergency Medicine at Stanford Hospital, explains how the effective rate of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine increases after a second shot
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)
PIX NowKPIX 5 Noon News headlines on Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2021
'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.
PIX NowKPIX 5 Evening News headlines on Monday, Sept. 27, 2021
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)