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'Charmed' Season 3CBSN Bay Area's Gianna Franco talks to Jordan Donica & Sarah Jeffery of 'Charmed'. Catch the series' third season on Friday nights on the KBCW at 8 P.M. PST.
'Blue Bloods' Season 11 FinaleCBSN Bay Area gets some hints on what to expect during Friday night's season 11 finale of 'Blue Bloods'. Catch the two-hour season finale on KPIX at 9 P.M. PST.
Season 4 Finale of 'Young Sheldon'CBSN Bay Area talks to 'Young Sheldon' stars Montana Jordan and Raegen Revord about the show's season 4 finale.
New Episode of 'Clarice'CBSN Bay Area's Gianna Franco interviews actress, Jen Richards, who guest stars in the latest episode of CBS' 'Clarice'.
Clean Up and Investigation Into Cause of Concord Church Fire ContinuesKiet Do reports on crews continuing to sift through rubble of fire that burned at Concord church complex (5-14-2021)
Liam's List May 14: Teen Production 'Beyond Differences,' Aquarium of the Bay, '616 Wilford Lane'KCBS reporter Liam Mayclem will be providing KPIX 5 users with a weekly weekend tip list of Bay Area entertainment, music, film and online entertainment. (5/14/21)
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Authorities Offer Mixed Messages On Mask-WearingThere’s been a flurry of messages from various federal agencies about wearing masks. Vaccinated people don’t have to wear masks in most siutations, but it all depends. Kiet Do reports. (5/14/21)
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COVID Lockdown Stress Leads to Spike in Opioid Overdose DeathsDuring the COVID pandemic, according to a new CDC report, the United States has set a record when it comes to overdose deaths. Juliette Goodrich reports. (5-13-21)
Officials Ponder Easing Indoor Mask Requirements in Wake of New CDC GuidanceThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Thursday that fully-vaccinated Americans could dispense with wearing masks in most settings. Maria Medina reports. (5-13-21)
Tree-Climbing Bear Safely Departs Downtown San Anselmo BackyardA bear that was perched in a tree in the backyard of a home on San Anselmo's Tamalpais Avenue has come down on its own and has left the neighborhood. Andrea Nakano reports. (5-13-21)
PIX NowHere's the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (5-13-21)
San Francisco High Schools Required To Wear Masks While Playing Indoor SportsWhile mask restrictions slowly loosen in the Bay Area, some Bay Area high school athletes are playing by a stricter set of rules. Dennis O'Donnell profiles San Francisco's St. Ignatius boys basketball team wearing masks during games.
San Jose Jewelry Story Smash-and-Grab Caught on CameraA frightening, smash and grab jewelry store robbery by armed thieves was caught on video. Three suspects have been arrested, according to San Jose police. (5-13-21)
Bear Climbs Tree Near Downtown San AnselmoAuthorities in San Anselmo were asking residents to avoid an area of Tamalpais Avenue after confirmed reports of a bear in a tree Thursday afternoon. Andrea Nakano reports. (5-13-21)
Coronavirus Update: Solano County Remains Stuck in Red TierSolano County is the only county in the Bay Area still stuck in the red tier. Wilson Walker reports. (5-13-21)
Local FBI Agents Encourage Oakland Victims to Step ForwardOn the heels of a public campaign encouraging victims of hate crimes to come forward and report them, the FBI on Thursday focused efforts in Oakland. Allen Martin reports. (5-13-21)
Thursday Evening Pinpoint ForecastMay gray along the coast, sunny and warm inland. Sound familiar? Yep, just another normal spring day in the Bay Area, says meteorologist Darren Peck. (5-13-21)
Missing Landscaper Found Dead in San RafaelSan Rafael police arrested a landscaper after his 42-year-old co-worker was found dead in San Rafael. Juliette Goodrich reports. (5-13-21)
CDC Says Vaccinated People May Go Without Masks in Most Indoor SettingsThe CDC on Thursday eased indoor mask-wearing guidance for fully vaccinated people. Andria Borba reports. (5-13-21)
Program Connects Released Prison Inmates With Welcoming East Bay HomesPeople who have been released from prison are ten times more likely to be homeless than the average person in the U.S., according to the Prison Policy Initiative.An East Bay nonprofit has launched an innovative experiment to bring down those numbers. Sharon Chin reports. (2-28-19)
Concord Church Sanctuary, Offices Spared in 2-Alarm FireKiet Do reports on a vacant building in a Concord church complex being destroyed by a two-alarm fire (5-13-2021)

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