After being hard-hit by the pandemic, a growing trend in the Bay Area dining scene is the popularity of food halls, which offer multiple food options for customers at lower costs for restaurant owners. Len Ramirez reports. (7/19/21)
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Mt View Fire: Flames Rip Through Mountain View Strip Mall; Force Evacuation Of Nearby HotelA fire erupted in a Mountain View strip mall Monday evening, sending smoke and flames billowing into the sky and forcing firefighters to evacuate a nearby hotel.
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RAIN PREPS: Marin County officials offer storm preparation tipsMarin County officials want residents ready for upcoming storms
STORM WATCH: The latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamWave of storm fronts bring relief from drought conditions
COVID: FDA Issues New Recommendations On Mixing Booster ShotsThere is new information about mixing booster shots. Maria Cid Medina talked to a UCSF infectious disease expert.
SFFD Searching For Hero Who Saved A Man From Burning BuildingThe San Francisco Fire Department is looking for the hero who saved a man trapped in his bedroom surrounded by a wall of flames. Andrea Nakano describes the rescue.
Fed Up With Crime SF Residents Hire Private SecurityThe rash of crime in San Francisco has prompted some residents to protect themselves. Betty Yu tells us how.
PG&E Responds After Light Rain Causes Power Pole Fires, Outages Across Bay AreaThe sprinkling of rain Sunday night was too much for some PG&E power lines. Kiet Do tells us what PG&E says caused so many power poles to catch on fire in neighborhoods across the Bay Area.
East Bay Program Aims To Help Low-Income Black Homeowners Build Rental UnitsThe Zuckerberg Chan Initiative is funding a program that aims to help low-income black homeowners build rental units. John Ramos tells us more about 'Keys to Equity.'
Alameda Businesses Fight Back Against Serial ADA Lawsuit FilerAllen Martin reports on Alameda businesses fighting back against ADA lawsuits over access (10-18-2021)
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Rohnert Park Mountain Lion Tranquilized, Relocated After Prompting Middle School LockdownsA wayward mountain lion that prompted a lockdown Monday morning at two Rohnert Park middle schools was tranquilized and removed from the area, public safety officials said. Andria Borba reports.
Cal Fire Officials Discuss How Controlled Burn Erupted Into Estrada FireDevin Fehely reports on how Cal Fire said a controlled burn near Watsonville on Friday jumped outside containment lines (10-18-2021)
COVID: FDA Reportedly Backs Mix & Match Booster Shots, UCSF Doctor Weighs InAccording to the New York Times, the Food and Drug Administration is set to approve the mixing and matching of COVID-19 vaccine booster shots. Dr. Peter Chin-Hong of UCSF reacts to the report. (10/18/21)
1 Dead, 2 Injured In Separate Falls During Phish Concert At Chase CenterOne person died and two others were injured in separate falls from upper-level seating during a concert at the Chase Center in San Francisco on Sunday night featuring the band Phish. Kenny Choi reports. (10/18/21)
Wet Weather Giving Restaurants Another Challenge Amid PandemicRestaurants struggling to get through the pandemic have been helped by our long dry summer and even the closure of some city streets to car traffic for outside dining. But now both things could be coming to an end. Len Ramirez reports.
SF Giants Hold Final Press Conference as Team Heads Into OffseasonCharlie Walter reports on San Francisco Giants President Farhan Zaidi and Manager Gabe Kapler giving final press conference after being knocked out of MLB playoffs (10-18-2021)
Monday Evening Forecast with Paul Heggen10/18/21
Parents Rally Statewide To Protest Newsom's School COVID Vaccination MandateJuliette Goodrich reports on parents gathering to protest vaccine mandates for students across the state (10-18-2021)
Risk of COVID-19 Transmission from Breakthrough CasesKPIX 5's Anne Makovec Asks Dr. Neha Narula with Stanford Health Care about mucosal immunity, referring to large amounts of antibodies found in nasal passages and mouths among vaccinated individuals
Digital Documentation of COVID-19 Vaccination StatusKPIX 5's Amanda Starrantino asks Proxy SF about the benefits of having a digital vaccine card, and if we should be concerned about any potential privacy issues
Trending TodayKPIX 5's Amanda Starrantino has a look at Monday's most talked about stories across all digital platforms, including Apple's unveiling of its latest lineup of products, and the new number one show on Netflix
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell Dies Of Complication From COVID-19Meg Oliver reports on the passing of former Secretary of State Colin Powell (10-18-2021)
Parents Protest Vaccine Mandates in North BayAmanda Starrantino reports on parents gathering outside school district offices in Santa Rosa to protest vaccine mandates for students (10-18-2021)