Ex-49ers Star Dana Stubblefield Found Guilty of RapeDana Stubblefield sat in silence as a judge read the jury's verdict Monday: the former 49er was found guilty of rape, false imprisonment and a firearms charge. Devin Fehely reports. (7-27-20)
Raiders Likely To Have No Fans At New Stadium in Las VegasThe team has yet to formally announce their plans, but Raiders beat writer Vic Tafur says the new 2 billion dollar stadium in Las Vegas likely will not host fans in 2020. Tafur joined KPIX sports director Dennis O'Donnell on Gameday. (7-27-20)
Raw Video: Governor Newsom Announces $52 Million Program To Improve COVID Testing In Central ValleyGovernor Gavin Newsom Monday announced a $52 million program to target 8 Central Valley counties with improved COVID testing procedures and strike teams to respond to surging infection rates in the region.
Developments On The CoronavirusCBSN Bay Area interviews Dr. David Relman, infectious diseases expert and microbiologist at Stanford Medicine, about the Oxford vaccine candidate and just how deadly COVID-19 can be.
Unemployment In California Amid CoronavirusCBSN Bay Area talks to former state EDD director, Michael Bernick, about the latest unemployment numbers and what they mean.
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TODAY'S FORECAST: The latest from the KPIX 5 Weather TeamThe latest from the KPIX 5 Weather Team
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PANDEMIC UNEMPLOYMENT: Federal $600 aid package for the unemployed comes to an end for nowFederal $600 aid package for the unemployed comes to an end for now
OAKLAND VIOLENCE: Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf Worries Saturday's Violence Could Bring Federal Agents To CityOakland Mayor Libby Schaaf Worries Saturday's Violence Could Bring Federal Agents To City
PIX NowHere's the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (7-26-20)
Oakland Mayor Cautions Racial Justice Protesters to Avoid 'Images' Trump Campaign SeeksThe stated purpose of Saturday's protest was for Oakland to show solidarity with demonstrators in Portland but, after dark, it turned ugly. On Sunday, Mayor Schaaf warned protesters that's just what Pres. Trump is counting on. Joe Vazquez reports. (7-26-20)
Owner of Shuttered Mountain View Restaurant Sued by Landlord for Missed RentA restaurant owner on the Peninsula is being sued by his landlord for failing to pay rent even though the business has been closed since March. John Ramos reports. (7-26-20)
Activist Moms Mark Anniversary of Gilroy Shooting With 'Soul Box' MemorialTuesday will mark one year since the mass shooting at the Garlic Festival in Gilroy. KPIX 5's Devin Fehely reports on a unique memorial to honor the victims. (7-26-20)
Sunday Evening Pinpoint ForecastSeasonable weather is expected through Tuesday, with night and morning clouds giving way to mostly sunny afternoons. (7-26-20)
Oakland Courthouse Firebombing: Raw Video of protesters firebombing Alameda County CourthouseRaw Video of protesters firebombing Alameda County Courthouse
California Virus Watchlist Metrics Drive County FrustrationBy state guidelines, San Mateo County might have been forced onto the coronavirus watch list this week, but that didn't happen. It's great news for gym and salon owners on the Peninsula, but cause for confusion and frustration in the South Bay.
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UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFIT: $600 Weekly Unemployment Boost Expiring for Millions of Americans$600 Weekly Unemployment Boost Expiring for Millions of Americans
Protesters Light Fire At Alameda County Courthouse, Shoot Fireworks At Oakland PoliceKenny Choi reports on peaceful Oakland protest turning chaotic Saturday night with fire and vandalism at Alameda County Courthouse (7-25-2020)
PIX NowHere's the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (7-25-20)
East Bay Community Remembers Trailblazing Founder of All-Black Motorcycle ClubTobie Gene Levingston, founding member of the East Bay Dragons, the area's first all-Black motorcycle club, died Tuesday and was fondly remembered at a memorial service Saturday. Devin Fehely reports. (7-25-20)
Despite High Infection Count, San Mateo County Stays Off State COVID-19 Watch ListBy state guidelines, San Mateo County might have been forced onto the COVID-19 watch list last Monday but that didn't happen -- great news for gym and salon owners on the Peninsula but cause for frustration in the South Bay. Wilson Walker reports. (7-25-20)
Morgan Hill Goes All-In With Outdoor Dining as Pandemic Wears OnMorgan Hill is showing how much can be accomplished when you embrace change rather than try to resist it. John Ramos reports. (7-25-20)

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