A new whistleblower is taking on Menlo Park-based Facebook just a couple weeks after Frances Haugen testified to members of Congress that the tech giant chooses profit over safety. Maria Cid Medina reports. (10-22-21)
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PIX NowSunday evening headlines from the KPIX 5 newsroom
GAS PUMP STICKER SHOCK: Gas prices continue to soar at the pumpsBay Area motorists suffering from gas pump sticker shock as fuel prices continue to rise
Holiday Return: Travelers flock to local airports to return home from Thanksgiving holidayTravelers flock to local airports to return home from Thanksgiving holiday
TODAY'S Forecast: The latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamHazy skies over the Bay Area this week
CYBER MONDAY: A few tips for safely shopping online for Cyber MondayCyber Monday has become one of the busiest shopping days of the year. Here's some tips before you log on.
Nishita Slaying: Reward grows to $32,000 for information leading to an arrest in the Kevin Nishita slayingKevin Nishita made a difference in a lot of people's lives -- as a police officer, a security guard, a family man and as a friend.
Back Home: Travelers crowd airports for their return home from Thanksgiving weekendTravelers crowd airports for their return home from Thanksgiving weekend
DOGNAPPING: French Bulldog Stolen at Gunpoint in OaklandHannah Nelson held back tears, speaking about her almost 2-year-old Frenchie Merlyn, who she says was stolen at gunpoint on Saturday.
Tense Seen On The Gridiron: Panic, Chaos after gunfire disrupts high school playoff gameTwo men suffered non-life-threatening injuries and a high school playoff crowd was forced to flee to safety while the teams drove to the ground for cover on the field Friday night after gunshots rang out.
PIX NowSunday morning news headlines from the KPIX 5 newsroom
TODAY'S Forecast: The latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamSunny and clear skies
PIX NowHere's the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (11-27-21)
New Omicron Coronavirus Variant Spurs Worldwide Travel RestrictionsThe new coronavirus "omicron" variant is raising alarm worldwide because it's already on the move from South Africa to Europe and beyond. Devin Fehely reports. (11-27-21)
Teen Programmer Creates Internet Study-Buddy Platform for StudentsAn enterprising teenager in the East Bay is pondering how to invest his six-figure profit after selling a startup he founded during the pandemic. Sharon Chin reports. (11-27-21)
Colleagues Remember Slain Security Guard Kevin NishitaThe death of a security guard shot on the job in Oakland sent shock waves through Bay Area law enforcement departments and television news operations Saturday. Max Darrow reports. (11-27-21)
Burlingame Shoppers Show Up for Small Business SaturdayBusiness owners in Burlingame told KPIX they are grateful to see the support of their community not just on Small Business Saturday but throughout the past year. Shawn Chitniss reports. (11-27-21)
Saturday Evening Pinpoint ForecastMeteorologist Darren Peck has the weekend forecast. (11-27-21)
TODAY'S Forecast: The latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamSunny weather this weekend
PIX NowSaturday morning headlines from the KPIX 5 newsroom
UC Expert Says New Omicron Coronavirus Variant Likely Already in U.S.While no cases have been discovered in the United States, a UCSF infectious disease expert believes the variant first identified in South Africa is already here. Maria Cid Medina reports. (11-26-21)
Bay Area Black Friday Shoppers Brave Crowds to Snap Up DealsDespite some added security concerns, holiday shoppers were mostly undeterred. Betty Yu reports. (11-26-21)
Man Shot Outside High School Football Game in CampbellOne man suffered non-life-threatening injuries after he was shot in a South Bay high school parking lot Friday evening during a football game there. Maria Cid Medina reports. (11-26-21)
PIX NowHere's the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (11-26-21)
Convention in Santa Clara Puts Focus on Small BusinessesRather than flocking to big box stores there was a huge turnout Friday to support small, local vendors in the South Bay. Shawn Chitniss reports. (11-26-21)