Thursday noon news update from KPIX 5
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.
Fmr. CA Senator Boxer Assaulted, Robbed In Broad Daylight In OaklandPolice have launched an investigation after former California Senator Barbara Boxer was robbed and assaulted in the middle of the day in Oakland. Da Lin spoke with the senator about how she was doing.
Older Concrete Construction Among San Francisco Earthquake ConcernsBrian Hackney reports on how thousands of older concrete buildings in San Francisco could present major risks in an earthquake (7-26-2021)
Task Force Unveils Plan to Get Bay Area Transit Agencies Back on TrackJohn Ramos reports on new proposal to save Bay Area public transit agencies suffering from declining ridership since the pandemic started (7-26-2021)
Monday Night Forecast With Darren PeckChance of thunderstorms.
COVID: Researchers Seeing A Drop In IQ Among Infected PatientsResearchers are seeing a significant relationship between COVID-19 infections and a drop in I.Q. As Juliette Goodrich explains, the impact is even seen among patients who were never hospitalized.
Dixie Fire Devastates Plumas and Butte Counties, Destroying a Dozen HomesAllen Martin reports on the devastation left behind by the Dixie Fire over the weekend (7 -21-2021)
Man in Custody at Possible Case of Arson at San Jose HomeJuliette Goodrich reports on man taken into custody in connection with San Jose house fire (7-26-2021)
Fmr. CA Senator Barbara Boxer Robbed, Assaulted In Oakland's Jack London SquareFormer California Senator Barbara Boxer was assaulted and robbed near Oakland’s Jack London Square Monday. Da Lin reports. (7/26/21)
San Francisco Bars To Require COVID Vaccine or Negative Test From CustomersWith cases of the COVID Delta variant surging, San Francisco bars and nightclubs will begin requiring proof of a COVID vaccination or a negative COVID test from customers.
Proof of Vaccinations or Weekly Testing to be Required For State Employees, Health Care WorkersKenny Choi reports on on new vaccine mandate announced for state employees and health care workers in California (7-26-2021)
PIX NowMonday noon news update from KPIX 5
Negotiations Continue on Bipartisan Infrastructure BillSkyler Henry reports on senators finalizing deal in Washington. (7-26-2021)
Kentfield's Kate Courtney Ready To Go for Gold In TokyoVern Glenn interviews USA Mountain Biker Kate Courtney in Tokyo, Japan ahead of her first time competing in the Olympics. (7-26-21)
Dixie Fire Continues to Grow, Merges With Fry Fire in Northern CaliforniaTeam coverage on Dixie and Tamarack Fire as well as possible wildfire smoke impacts in the Bay Area (7-26-2021)
FBI Joins Effort to Curb Crime in Oakland's ChinatownJustin Andrews reports on federal law enforcement teaming with police to crack down on crime in Oakland's Chinatown (7-26-2021)