The city of Burlingame is moving forward with a plan to put a fee structure in place for businesses that want to operate parklets. Max Darrow reports. (1-22-22)

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Burlingame Begins Charging Businesses to Keep Parklet Dining AreasThe city of Burlingame is moving forward with a plan to put a fee structure in place for businesses that want to operate parklets. Max Darrow reports. (1-22-22)
Protesters, Counterprotesters Face Off at SF 'Walk for Life' RallyActivists on both sides of the abortion debate demonstrated at the 18th Annual Walk for Life West Coast in downtown San Francisco Saturday afternoon. Betty Yu reports. (1-22-22)
SF Legislator Proposes Allowing Teen COVID Vaccination Without Parent ApprovalCalifornia would allow children age 12 and up to be vaccinated without their parents’ consent, the youngest age of any state, under a proposal late Thursday by state Sen. Scott Wiener. Andria Borba reports. (1-21-22)
VP Kamala Harris Announces $600 Million for California Wildfire Disaster ReliefVice President Kamala Harris made a visit to San Bernardino Friday to announce hundreds of millions of dollars in federal funding to California for wildfire recovery efforts. (1-21-22)
Gov. Newsom Announces Task Force to Crack Down on Rail TheftOn Thursday, Gov. Newsom visited east Los Angeles after a viral video showed the Union Pacific train tracks littered with garbage after thieves raided passing container cars. (1-20-22)
The Biden Presidency Marks End of Its First YearA look back at an eventful year for the nation and President Joe Biden. Natalie Brand reports from Washington. (1-20-22)
San Francisco Lowers Speed Limits for 7 StreetsA new state law that went into effect this year will decrease speed limits to 20 mph for seven streets in San Francisco that go through business districts. Katie Nielsen reports. (1-13-22)
Los Altos Hills Installs License Plate ReadersLos Altos Hills has just installed the first batch of license plate readers. Max Darrow reports. (1-13-22)
Newsom to Propose $2.7 Billion Emergency COVID-19 PackageGov. Gavin Newsom will present a $2.7 billion COVID-19 emergency response package Monday as part of his proposed 2022 state budget. Devin Fehely reports. (1-9-22)
Peninsula Restaurateur Hit With Lawsuit by Serial ADA Filer Over ParkletA San Carlos restaurant owner was sued by a man who has filed thousands of lawsuits against California businesses over alleged violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Maria Cid Medina reports. (1-7-22)
Demonstrations in Bay Area Mark Jan. 6 With Call to Strengthen Voting RightsIn the Bay Area, people gathered in several cities at vigils commemorating the anniversary of a violent attack on our nation’s Capitol that took place Jan. 6, 2021. Andrea Nakano reports. (1-6-22)
Jan. 6 Anniversary: Bay Area Congresswoman on Capitol SiegeKPIX 5's Ryan Yamamoto spoke with Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-San Jose) about the status of the investigation of the Jan. 6, 2021 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. (1-6-22)
SF Supervisors Debate Mayor's Tenderloin Emergency DeclarationSan Francisco supervisors debated Mayor Breed's proposal to declare a state of emergency in the drug-addled Tenderloin District. (12-23-21)
Jury in Elizabeth Holmes Trial Takes Christmas BreakTheranos founder Elizabeth Holmes will have to wait a little bit longer to learn her legal fate. Max Darrow reports. (12-23-21)
COVID: Oakland To Require Proof Of Vaccine For Indoor Businesses Feb 1.City leaders in Oakland passed an ordinance to require proof of vaccination for indoor businesses. Betty Yu reports on how COVID is impacting Bay Area residents' holiday plans.
Elizabeth Holmes Awaits Jury's Verdict in Theranos Fraud TrialThe fate of Elizabeth Holmes is now in a jury’s hands and some experts think they may return with a verdict as soon as Monday. Devin Fehely reports. (12-19-21)
Governor Newsom Touts Efforts to Combat Smash-and-GrabsGov. Newsom was back in the Bay Area Friday talking about crime and he's not alone -- leaders around the region have been sounding alarms. Wilson Walker reports. (12-17-21)
Theranos Fraud Trial Heads to JuryThe jury that will weigh 11 charges of fraud and conspiracy against former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes finally got the case late Friday after a three-month trial. Kiet Do reports. (12-17-21)
Closing Arguments in Holmes Trial Focus on Her IntentJurors in the case of former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes on Thursday heard starkly different interpretations of her motives and actions. Kiet Do reports. (12-16-21)
COVID: Bay Area Health Experts Weigh In On New Statewide MandatesBay Area epidemiologists are weighing in on California's new mask mandates. Kenny Choi tells us some disagree with a 'one size fits all' approach to COVID-19 restrictions.
New Federal Voucher Program For Oakland Landlords Who House Homeless PeopleThe City of Oakland has a new federally funded voucher program to help landlords who house homeless people. John Ramos reports, it may be a tough sell to get property owners to participate.
Coroner Calls Death of Mario Gonzalez During Police Confrontation a HomicideA coroner's report has concluded that the April death of Mario Gonzalez following an encounter with Alameda police officers is technically a homicide. Kiet Do explains. (12-10-21)
Pandemic-Induced Golfing Resurgence Leaves San Jose Muni Courses' Future UncertainIn 2020 and 2021, San Jose's 4 city-owned courses saw a big increase in rounds played. But, when the pandemic ends, city planners wonder if the golfers will stay. Len Ramirez reports. (12-10-21)
Retailers Push Congress for Law to Curtail Online Sales of Stolen ItemsRetailers are taking their fight against mass shoplifting to the halls of Congress. Andria Borba reports. (12-10-21)

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