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PG&E Stock Dip Due to Fire Involvement Impacting Fortunes of Past Wildfire VictimsAndria Borba reports on past fire victims losing money as PG&E's stock price dips from latest admission of recent wildfire involvement (8-4-2021)
Wildfire Smoke Set to Impact Bay Area Air Quality as NorCal Fires RageTeam coverage of the impact wildfire smoke will have on Bay Area air quality as the Dixie Fire and the new River Fire explode in growth (8-4-2021)
Danville Bowling Alley Won't Enforce Indoor Mask MandateKatie Nielsen reports on an East Bay business owner who is refusing to make customers or workers comply with the county's indoor masking rule (8-4-2021)
Case Surge From Delta Variant Leading to Health Care Worker FatigueMax Darrow reports on local nurses getting burned out as latest COVID case surge driven by Delta variant grows (8-4-2021)
DIXIE FIRE: Raw video of flames burning through the community of GreenvilleRaw video of flames burning through the community of Greenville
Don't Miss Adonal Foyle's Swinging For Kids Celebrity Golf Tournament Aug. 9Television sports analyst and former NBA player Adonal Foyle talks to Vern Glenn about a cause close to his heart -- his upcoming Swinging for Kids Celebrity Golf Tournament on August 9 at the Round Hill Country Club, in Alamo. For tickets and information visit kerosenelampfoundation.org.
Extended Interview With Flat Broke Farms Director Erica GregoryFlat Broke Farms Animal Rescue Director Erica Gregory talks about impact of drought on farmers keeping livestock (8-4-2021)
Danville Bowling Alley Won't Enforce Indoor Mask MandateKatie Nielsen reports on an East Bay business owner who is refusing to make customers or workers comply with the county's indoor masking rule (8-4-2021)
PIX NowKPIX News headlines for Wednesday evening, Aug. 4, 2021.
Berkeley Hills Residents Advised to Relocate Fire Danger Is HighWilson Walker reports on the warning given to Berkeley Hills residents about the coming fire season. (8/4/2021)
Cotati Farm Rescuing Livestock Being Abandoned Due Water ShortagesJohn Ramos reports on some Sonoma County farmers being forced to give up livestock animals due to water shortages (8-4-2021)
Vaccine Push in Santa Clara CountyLen Ramirez reports on the recent push for a higher vaccination rate among Santa Clara County residents. (8/4/2021)
Mission Food Hub Founder Roberto Hernández Helps Feed Struggling SF CommunitiesThe man dubbed the Mayor of San Francisco's Mission District is known for protesting evictions and being a driving force behind the Carnaval parade and festival, which KPIX sponsors. Sharon Chin explains, that is not the only reason why he is this week's Jefferson Award winner.
Parents Concerned About Young Children Amid Delta Variant COVID Case SurgeKenny Choi reports on the Delta variant concerns many parents are facing as their young children prepare to return to school (8-4-2021)
River Fire Forces Evacuations; Bay Area Air Quality Expected to DeclineTeam coverage of the new fire burning in Nevada and Placer counties, wildfire smoke concerns impacting the Bay Area (8-4-2021)
Dixie Fire Continues To Threaten Thousands of Homes, Forcing EvacuationsMarissa Perlman reports on Plumas County residents forced to flee their homes in the face of the Dixie Fire (8-4-2021)
CA DROUGHT: Mendocino Running Out of WaterKPIX anchor Allen Martin talks to CBS News correspondent Carter Evans about the drought emergency in Mendocino.
Tech Talk: Google Pixel 6KPIX's Gianna Franco talks to CNET Senior Reporter Shara Tibken about the Google Pixel 6 pro smartphone and some of the highlights about the design.
Discussing All Things COVID-19KPIX's Gianna Franco talks to UCSF's Dr. Peter Chin-Hong about the COVID-19 Delta variant, vaccines and more.
CDD Orders New 60-Day Eviction Moratorium As COVID Cases SurgeThe CDC issued a new 60-day moratorium on evictions until October 3, covering areas with "substantial and high levels of COVID-19 transmission" - about 90 percent of the country. Skyler Henry reports.
Marin County Public Schools Consider Mandating Teacher VaccinationsThe Marin County Office of Education is considering having all teachers and employees vaccinated against COVID. Justin Andrews reports.
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