Frantic Trump Tears at GOP Seams as 117th Congress ConvenesSenate Republicans are in open conflict with each other as the Trump presidency nears the end. Team coverage from Devin Fehely and CBS News in Washington. (1-3-21)
Nancy Pelosi's San Francisco Home Vandalized With Graffiti, Severed Pig's HeadThe new year brought a disturbing discovery at the San Francisco home of U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi, where vandals spray-painted her garage door and left a severed pig’s head in the driveway. Katie Nielsen reports. (1-1-21)
Washington News Wrap for Dec. 31, 2020On the final day of a mostly-dismal year reporter Skyler Henry takes a look at what did and didn't happen in the nation's capital. (12-31-20)
New Year to Usher In a Slew of New California LawsKPIX 5's Devin Fehely takes a look at some of the new legislation that will take effect at the stroke of midnight Jan. 1, 2021. (12-27-20)
COVID Relief Bill Signed but Local Business Owners Say More Is NeededSunday night the president signed legislation for $900 billion in coronavirus economic aid but small business owners in the Bay Area say it's far from what's needed to avert layoffs and potential bankruptcies. Da Lin reports. (12-26-20)
Washington News Wrap: Thursday, Dec. 24CBS News Skyler Henry has the news from the nation's capital on this Christmas Eve, 2020. (12-24-20)
Congressional Leaders Reach Deal on Economic Relief PackageCongressional leaders on Sunday reached a deal on a $900 billion COVID-19 economic relief package that includes $600 direct payments to Americans and $300 in enhanced unemployment for the next 10 weeks. Nancy Chen reports from Washington. (12-20-20)
Washington News Wrap: Friday, Dec. 18Vice President Pence. President-elect Biden, Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Majority Leader Mitch McConnell received Pfizer coronavirus vaccine injections. Natalie Brand has the Friday headlines from the nation's capital. (12-18-20)
Costco Gas Station Planned for San Ramon Meets NIMBY ResistanceThe San Ramon Planning Commission has approved a 32-pump gas station on the border of San Ramon and Danville but residents say they're planning on filing an appeal because of health and traffic concerns. Don Ford reports. (12-18-20)
San Francisco Requires Travelers to QuarantineA new mandatory quarantine order will go into effect just after midnight but the big question now is: how will the city enforce it? Katie Nielsen reports. (12-17-20)
Washington News Wrap: Thursday, Dec. 17, 2020Congress is scrambling to fund the government and pass a coronavirus relief bill; President-elect Biden named the first Native American to be Secretary of the Interior. (12-17-20)
SoCal Man Tells Police He Used Stolen EDD Debit Cards To Buy MaseratiA suspected thief in Southern California admitted to police he used money he scammed off EDD debit cards to buy a Maserati SUV. Unemployment fraud could cost the state as much as $8 billion this year.
CoCo County Restaurants Sue to Prove Pandemic Shutdowns Hurt Their BusinessA group of restaurants in Contra Costa County is taking the county to court to prove that being forced to close is, indeed, harming their businesses. John Ramos reports. (12-14-20)
Gov. Newsom Recall Effort AdvancesAn effort to recall Gov. Newsom now has thousands of signatures. Wilson Walker reports. (12-11-20)
Biden Transition: Supreme Court Rejects Texas Suit to Overturn ElectionCBS reporter Natalie Brand has the latest on the presidential transition from Washington. (12-11-20)
Feds, 48 State AGs Accuse Facebook Of Buying Rivals To Quash CompetitionOn Wednesday, the federal government and 48 Attorneys General accused Facebook of snatching up its rivals to snuff out competition. Ken Bastida explains the case.
First Shipment Of Coronavirus Vaccine Could Arrive In Bay Area Next WeekWith FDA approval likely on Thursday, the first shipment of COVID vaccines could arrive in the Bay Area as early as next week. Kenny Choi reports this initial number of doses will be limited.
Washington Wrap: Biden Selects California AG for HHS SecretaryA three-minute news wrap of the day in Washington politics and the presidential transitions with CBS reporter Natalie Brand. (12-7-20)
Debit Card Distribution Called Weak Link in EDD Fight to Stop FraudState lawmakers are taking action to help millions of Californians receiving their unemployment benefits through EDD Bank of America debit cards which are vulnerable to fraud. Kenny Choi reports. (12-4-20)
Berkeley Mayor Hopes City Can Dodge COVID Surge, Avoid New Stay-at-Home OrdersHospitals' intensive care capacity in the Bay Area is currently at roughly 25 percent which is the highest in the state. As the coronavirus surge continues, people are bracing for round two of the stay-at-home order. Andrea Nakano reports. (12-3-20)
Sausalito City Council Race Decided by One VoteIan Sobieski will be joining the Sausalito city council. He won the seat by receiving one more vote than incumbent Joan Cox. Don Ford reports. (12-3-20)
Ignoring CDC Warnings, Holiday Travelers On The Move During PandemicKen Bastida reports on how airports are seeing little dip in travelers this holiday season, despite surge in COVID-19 cases.
Curfew Violations in South Bay Will Be Lightly Enforced, Police SayAs California's 10 p.m. curfew neared Saturday, people in San Jose questioned its effectiveness and police said enforcement will be light. Da Lin reports. (11-21-20)