Health Expert Proposes Distributing Vaccine by LotteryUCSF Dept. of Medicine chairman Dr. Bob Wachter tells Allen Martin that California should consider a lottery system to pick up the pace of coronavirus vaccinations. (1-7-21)
Facing Cutbacks, Oakland Police Chief Says Officers to Focus on Violent CrimeOakland saw a more than 100 murders in 2020 and the interim police chief says looming budget cuts could mean slower response times. Da Lin reports. (1-7-21)
Aluminum Can Shortage Hits Small Local BrewersHere's an apparent pandemic side effect you might not have imagined: a severe shortage of aluminum beverage cans. Don Ford explains. (1-7-21)
Silicon Valley Social Media Companies Deplatform TrumpFacebook, Twitter and Google are reconsidering their role in enabling the president to spread misinformation and incite violence. Andria Borba reports. (1-7-21)
Better Together: Homeless Man Returns Woman's Lost WalletAfter a homeless man found a woman's dropped wallet he called her up to return it. That was the beginning of a beautiful friendship. Don Ford reports. (1-7-21)
Impeachment or 25th Amendment? DC Leaders Ponder Immediate Removal of TrumpKPIX 5's Allen Martin discusses options for removing Pres. Trump from office with UC Berkeley law professor Bertrall Ross. (1-7-21)
Bay Area Security Experts Ask: How Did Rioters Get Into Capitol?What happened to the security at the Capitol on Wednesday? KPIX 5's Wilson Walker talked to some experts to get their reactions. (1-7-21)
California GOP at Crossroads as State Recoils From Trump PresidencyKPIX 5's Kenny Choi spoke with California political thought leaders about new challenges facing the Republican Party in the wake of Wednesday's Capitol siege. (1-7-20)
Trump Banned From Using Facebook And Twitter At Least Until InaugurationKiet Do reports on Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announcing block on Trump's Facebook and Instagram accounts (1-7-2020)
Massive 4-Alarm Fire Breaks Out At Vacant Commercial Building In San JoseLen Kiese reports on crews battling to contain a 4-alarm structure fire in a vacant downtown San Jose building (1-7-2020)
Capitol Siege: Former Oakland Police Officer Among Mob That Marched On CapitolA former Oakland Police Officer talked about being among the Trump supporters who marched on the US Capitol on Wednesday as a mob disrupted the certification of Joe Biden's victory in the 2020 election. Joe Vazquez reports. (1/6/21)
Capitol Siege: Bay Area Lawmakers Denounce Trump For Fueling Riot; Call For Invoking 25th AmendmentBay Area lawmakers and officials denounced the violence at the U.S. Capitol Wednesday, pinning the blame on President Donald Trump, with some even calling for his removal ahead of the end of his term in two weeks. Andrea Nakano reports. (1/6/21)
COVID Vaccine: CDC Reveals Which Individuals Are At-Risk For Allergic ReactionsThe Centers for Disease Control has revealed new information about allergic reactions to the coronavirus vaccine. Liz Cook tells us which individuals are most at-risk.
Firefighter Gives Exhausted Staff Some Relief At Petaluma Valley HospitalA North Bay hospital is getting extra help for its exhausted staff. Wilson Walker introduces us to a firefighter who is now working at Petaluma Valley Hospital.
Danville Man Who Attended Protest In D.C. Describes InsurgencyA Danville Trump supporter was in D.C. at the insurgency on Capitol Hill. He spoke to Juliette Goodrich from his hotel room at the end of the day.
Capitol Siege: Bay Area Residents Reflect On Violent Assault On Capitol HillBay Area residents react after Wednesday's violent siege at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC, where supporters of President Donald Trump attempted to disrupt proceedings confirming Joe Biden's victory in the 2020 presidential election. Andria Borba reports. (1/6/21)
Capitol Siege: 'Anti MAGA' March Held In San Francisco After Capitol Hill AssaultAn impromptu "Anti-MAGA" March was held in San Francisco on Wednesday, just as supporters of President Donald Trump stormed the U.S. Capitol over the certification of Joe Biden winning the 2020 presidential election. Kenny Choi reports. (1/6/21)
Santa Clara County Officials Warn Hospital System Stretched To 'Breaking Point'Kiet Do reports on Santa Clara County officials saying COVID case numbers reaching crisis point amid surge (1-6-2020)
KPIX Pinpoint Weather Forecast For WednesdayPaul Heggen reports on light rain concentrated in the North Bay that fell over the Bay Area Wednesday (1-6-2020)
SF Couple Stranded In New Zealand By Covid Reunites With Family DogsA San Francisco couple that got stranded in New Zealand due to coronavirus restrictions has been reunited with their dogs, Whiskey and Waffles after living nearly 10 months apart. Joe Vazquez reports.
COVID Relief: Many Small Businesses Still Waiting For First Round Of Pandemic ReliefGovernor Newsom is set to unveil his budget on Friday which includes relief for small businesses. But as Betty Yu reports, some local business owners haven't received the relief money that was already promised to them.
COVID: Marin County To Vaccinate Teachers In January In Effort To Reopen SchoolsMarin County is pushing to vaccinate teachers quickly in hopes of reopening all their schools. Andrea Nakano reports teachers could get the vaccine later in January.
Friendly Baby Deer Keeps Coming Back To Sacramento NeighborhoodA baby deer can't seem to stay away from a Sacramento neighborhood. Rachel Wulff tells us wildlife officials moved the friendly doe last month, but she came back.
Educators Will Be First In Line For New Affordable Housing Project In AlamedaTeachers will among the first on the rollcall for a new affordable housing project in Alameda. Don Ford reports educators will have priority access at the new Roseville Village.