While many of Monday's official MLK Day events have been called off because of COVID, Shawn Chitnis reports that organizers are finding new ways to spread a message that is more relevant than ever. (1-16-22)

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Omicron Surge Forces Martin Luther King Day CancellationsWhile many of Monday's official MLK Day events have been called off because of COVID, Shawn Chitnis reports that organizers are finding new ways to spread a message that is more relevant than ever. (1-16-22)
Chew on This: Dead Christmas Trees Are Fast Food for GoatsThe Independence 4-H club in Sonoma County has found a novel and lucrative way to get rid of old Christmas trees. John Ramos reports. (1-2-22)
Omicron, Bad Weather Ground Thousands of FlightsWintry weather combined with the pandemic to frustrate air travelers whose return flights home from the holidays were canceled or delayed. Devin Fehely reports from SFO. (1-2-22)
Omicron Throws Cold Water on New Year Party PlansThe highly-transmissible omicron variant caused COVID-19 cases to surge worldwide and spoiled New Year's Eve for millions, forcing them to scale back or cancel their plans. Maria Cid Medina reports. (12-31-21)
Heard on the Street: Locals Bid Farewell to 2021Max Darrow asked people in San Francisco what they thought about the past year. (12-31-21)
New Year Eve Celebrations Scaled Back or Canceled Around the BayNormally crowds would be starting to pack the Embarcadero in San Francisco on New Year Eve. Not this year. Shawn Chitnis reports. (12-31-21)
Holiday Air Travelers See Continuing Chaos as New Year NearsThursday saw continuing cancellations and lengthy delays at airports across the country as travelers try to navigate a holiday air travel mess. Kenny Choi reports from SFO. (12-30-21)
Fairmont SF Gingerbread House Tradition ReturnsSharon Chin got a behind-the-scenes look at a holiday tradition that returned to the Fairmont hotel this year. (12-30-21)
Wet Weather Dampens Post-Christmas Shopping in SF Castro DistrictRainy weather and worries about the surging COVID omicron variant likely led to a slower than expected day of shopping in San Francisco's Castro District Sunday. Betty Yu reports. (12-26-21)
Post-Christmas Price Slashing Lures Shoppers Back to MallsNow that Christmas shopping is technically over, a lot of people are bargain-hunting -- braving cold weather and virus fears -- at Bay Area shopping centers. Da Lin reports. (12-26-21)
Glide Memorial Church Draws Thousands to Christmas Celebration, MealThousands of people enjoyed fellowship and a free meal at Glide's annual Christmas Day event in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood Saturday. Shawn Chitnis reports. (12-25-21)
Raw Video: Christmas Day Meals Served at Glide Memorial ChurchVideo courtesy Glide Memorial Church (12-25-21)
Omicron Reshuffles Bay Area Holiday Travel PlansMillions of Americans are on the move for the big holiday weekend even as the highly-transmissible omicron variant of the coronavirus drives a surge in cases. Maria Cid Medina reports. (12-23-21)
Letters to Santa Span Spectrum From Holiday Cheer to HeartbreakIt's common knowledge that children can send letters addressed to Santa Claus via the United States postal service but what happens after they arrive? Sharon Chin reports (12-19-21)
KPIX Wants to Know: What's Your Good News?KPIX 5's Da Lin set up at Pier 39 in San Francisco to ask passersby one question: what's your good news for 2021? (12-19-21)
SFPD Plays Grinch, Citing Unlicensed Food Vendors in Union SquareSan Francisco launched a crackdown on unlicensed street vendors -- particularly those selling food -- in the downtown shopping district Sunday. Da Lin reports from Union Square. (12-19-21)
Shoppers Crowd Stores on Final Pre-Christmas WeekendIt’s the last weekend before Christmas and Shawn Chitnis checked in with shoppers in Walnut Creek on a sunny day before the storms arrive. (12-19-21)
'Winter Wonderland' Street Fest Promotes Recovery in SF ChinatownSaturday saw the second annual Chinatown Winter Wonderland, created to help revitalize the famed San Francisco neighborhood hard-hit by the pandemic. Shawn Chitnis reports. (12-18-21)
San Jose Shop Owner Holds Toy Drive Despite Closing BusinessA San Jose business owner who shut his doors for good amid the rise in smash-and-grabs isn’t letting that rob him of his holiday spirit. (12-17-21)
Bay Area Bright Lights: Mohawk Drive in LivermoreKatie Nielsen reports how a neighborhood In Livermore became one big family. (12-16-21)
COVID: UCSF Health Expert Explains New Mask Mandate, Impact On Holiday PlansA new COVID-19 mask mandate will go into effect on Wednesday. Allen Martin talks to UCSF Professor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Dr. George Rutherford about the new rules and how this could impact holiday plans.
Holiday Pairings From Chef Leilani Baugh Of Magnolia Street Wine Lounge & KitchenChef Leilani Baugh, chef, owner of Magnolia Street Wine Lounge & Kitchen and Roux & Vine Catering shares holiday wine pairings from a few of her favorite vintners with BR's Jan Mabry. Visit Magnolia Bar Lounge & Kitchen, located at 3443 San Pablo Ave in Oakland, inside the historic California Hotel. For more information, visit chefleilani.com.
Holiday Shoppers in San Francisco Stung But Undaunted by Inflation SpikeGovernment data shows consumer prices surged last month, up 6.8 percent in the past year. That has retail patrons feeling the pinch with the holiday shopping season in full swing. Kenny Choi reports. (12-10-21)
South Bay Health Officials Tout Importance of COVID Booster, Tests and CautionA dramatic spike in COVID-19 cases in Santa Clara County, as well as the detection of the county's first Omicron case, has health experts doubling down on health protocols, especially as the holidays approach. Maria Cid Medina reports. (12-10-21)

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