Today is the Fall Equinox and KPIX meteorologist Paul Heggen explains how Autumn has been changing around the Bay Area and across the country due to climate change.
TODAY'S Forecast: The latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamClear skies ahead for Halloween
Hotel Workers Strike: Hotel workers take to the picket lines in Berkeley to demand better working conditionsHotel workers take to the picket lines in Berkeley to demand better working conditions
World Cup Bid: Bay Area officials preparing push to win the rights to host soccer's World CupBay Area officials preparing push to win the rights to host soccer's World Cup
PIX NowThursday morning headlines from the KPIX 5 newsroom
Drought: Torrential Rains Ease 'Exceptional' Drought Conditions In Marin CountySunday's atmospheric river storm has eased drought conditions in Marin County, but the region has a long way to go before it emerges from the bone-dry conditions
San Ramon RV Chase: The police pursuit of a RV stolen in San Francisco ends in San Ramon crashThe police pursuit of a RV stolen in San Francisco ends in San Ramon crash
Brutal 'Survivor' Attack: Former 'Survivor' contestant Michelle Yi talks about a vicious attackFormer 'Survivor' contestant Michelle Yi, who goes by "Piper," spoke exclusively to KPIX 5's Betty Yu about a vicious attack that may have left her with a detached retina.
Don't Miss Award-Winning Bass Soloman Howard In SF Opera's FidelioAward-winning bass Soloman Howard talks to Black Renaissance host Jan Mabry about playing Don Fernando in SF Opera's Fidelio, a modern-day take on Beethoven's opera set behind prison walls. For tickets and info visit sfopera.com.
Don't Miss James T. Justis As 'Judas' In Broadway SF's Jesus Christ SuperstarActor James T. Justis talks to Bay Area Focus host Len Kiese about playing Judas in Andrew Lloyd Webber's 'Jesus Christ Superstar.' At the San Francisco's Golden Gate Theatre October 13-November 7. Tickets at broadwaysf.com
Ken Bastida: Interviewing Late Show LegendsRetiring KPIX 5 anchor Ken Bastida looks back at the times he was able to interview CBS late night hosts David Letterman and Stephen Colbert.
COVID: Pleasant Hill In-And-Out Reopens for Drive-Thru, Carryout Following Showdown With Health OfficialsThe In-N-Out in Pleasant Hill reopened Wednesday for drive-thru and carryout operations after health officials forced the location to close after not checking the vaccination status of patrons dining in. Katie Nielsen reports. (10/27/21)
COVID: Bay Area Counties, Schools Prepare To Quickly Vaccinate Kids 5-11Bay Area counties, cities and even school districts are preparing to vaccinate tens of thousands of children in anticipation the FDA and CDC will authorize emergency use of the COVID-19 vaccine for kids 5 to 11-years-old by next week. Maria Cid Medina reports. (10/27/21)
Investigation Underway Into Fatal Freeway Shooting On I-580 In OaklandAn investigation is underway into a fatal freeway shooting on westbound Interstate 580 during the Wednesday afternoon commute. Andrea Nakano reports. (10/27/21)
San Ramon Police Chase Involving RV Ends In CrashA high-speed chase involving an RV through the streets of San Ramon came to a crashing end Wednesday night. (10/27/21)
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Vern Glenn Pays Tribute to Retiring Anchor Ken BastidaKPIX 5 Sports anchor and reporter Vern Glenn bids farewell to retiring news anchor Ken Bastida (10-27-2021)
Ken Bastida Reports on the Israeli-Palestinian ConflictWatch an excerpt from retiring KPIX anchor and reporter Ken Bastida's Emmy-winning work covering the Middle East conflict in 2002.
Shipping Industry Meets In San Francisco, Warn Backlog To Stretch Past HolidaysLeaders in the shipping and logistics industries met in San Francisco on Wednesday, warning the backlog overwhelming ships and ports could linger for a very long time. Andria Borba reports. (10/27/21)
Big Storm Leaves Bay Waters Strewn With DebrisThe big storm brought a lot of much needed moisture to the Bay Area, but it also brought a lot of stuff into the bay that doesn't belong there. Max Darrow reports.
Jefferson Award: Concord Minister Creates A 'Love Revolution' Among HomelessA Concord man is spending his retirement years creating what he calls a 'Love Revolution' among the homeless. Sharon Chin introduces us to this week's Jefferson Award winner Jack Fliehmann.
Oakland School Board Meets to Discuss Reinstating Police Mentoring ProgramJohn Ramos reports on a church and police mentoring program for Oakland students that was eliminated by OUSD's George Floyd Resolution (10-27-2021)
Lost Bear Roaming Backyards, School, Streets Gives SoCal Community A ScareIn Southern California, a roaming bear stirred up some excitement Wednesday morning. It was spotted in backyards and at a school. Reporter Joy Benedict tells us what happened next.