President Joe Biden met with survivors and descendants of the Tulsa Race Massacre. Danya Bacchus shows us how he commemorated what is being called one of the darkest days in U.S. history.
President Biden Honors Victims Of Tulsa Race MassacrePresident Joe Biden met with survivors and descendants of the Tulsa Race Massacre. Danya Bacchus shows us how he commemorated what is being called one of the darkest days in U.S. history.
White House Condemns Belarus Regime After Flight Diverted, Journalist ArrestedThe U.S. government is condemning Belarus after it forced a Ryanair jet to make an emergency landing in order to arrest Roman Protasevich a dissident journalist on board the flight. Debra Alfarone reports. (5/24/21)
House Republicans To Vote Whether To Strip Liz Cheney Of GOP Her Leadership RoleIn a matter of days, House Republicans will cast a key vote that could determine the direction of the party. Skyler Henry tells us more about the fight to oust Liz Chaney for not supporting former President Trump.
Woman Gives Birth Mid-Flight En Route To HawaiiA pregnant woman on a flight to Hawaii had an unexpected arrival. Despite her predicament, Brian Schnee tells us she was extraordinarily lucky.
May Day March and Rally in S.F. Spotlights Essential Workers and Social JusticeA May Day march honoring union workers filled Market Street in San Francisco Saturday morning and, while the focus was on labor, other social concerns were highlighted as well. John Ramos reports. (5-1-21)
CDC Says 100 Million Americans Are Fully VaccinatedThe U.S. has reached the goal of 200 million vaccines administered in Pres. Biden's first 100 days in office but vaccine hesitancy and a slowing vaccination rate is a new battlefront to the war on COVID-19. (5-1-21)
Pets & Animals Friday News WrapA rescued dog's heartwarming reunion; kittens saved from a car engine compartment, adorable lemurs and more. (4-30-21)
Bay Area Reacts to India COVID Travel BanThe U.S. is banning almost all travel from India as COVID rages in the country. Bay Area families are concerned about getting cut off from loved ones. Wilson Walker reports. (4-30-21)
President Biden Hits the Road to Sell His Economic PolicyPresident Biden left Washington following his Wedensday address to Congress to tour several states to promote his Build Back Better agenda. (4-29-21)
Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Back in CirculationA CDC panel determined that the benefits of the one-shot Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine far outweigh any potential risks. (4-23-21)
SpaceX to Launch Recycled Rocket and CapsuleSpaceX is set to launch astronauts to the International Space Station and, as Mark Strassman reports, they'll make the trip on a recycled rocket. (4-22-21)
Oaklanders Express Mixed Feelings About Derek Chauvin Guilty VerdictAndrea Nakano talked to people at Oakland's Lake Merritt, who said they felt hopeful and skeptical after the guilty verdict in George Floyd's murder trial.
Ret. Judge LaDoris Cordell Weighs In On Derek Chauvin Guilty VerdictRetired judge LaDoris Cordell talks to Allen Martin about the 'guilty' verdict in the trial of Derek Chauvin for the killing of George Floyd.
San Jose NAACP, Church Leaders React To Derek Chauvin Guilty VerdictCivil rights leaders in San Jose reacted to news of the Derek Chauvin guilty verdict in the trial over the killing of George Floyd. Wilson Walker was there.
England Bids Farewell to Philip, Queen Continues Her Reign AloneQueen Elizabeth sat by herself at Prince Philip’s funeral Saturday and now will embark on the next phase of her reign alone. (4-17-21)
Both Sides in Chauvin Trial Rest; Closing Arguments to Begin MondayClosing arguments are set for Monday in the Derek Chauvin murder trial now that both sides have rested their cases. Skyler Henry reports from Minneapolis. (4-15-21)
Attack on Elderly Asian Woman in San Francisco Not Racially Motivated, Attorney SaysNewly-released surveillance video shows that a beating suspect was himself a victim of assault moments before he allegedly attacked an elderly Asian woman in San Francisco. Maria Medina reports. (4-8-21)
2 Dead After Man Rams Car into 2 U.S. Capitol BarricadeA veteran officer was killed when a man rammed a barricade at the U.S. Capitol Friday. Skyler Henry reports from Washington D.C. (4-2-21)
Preteens Organize Berkeley Rally Against Anti-Asian HateHundreds marched in Berkeley Sunday to protest hate crimes directed toward Asian Americans. It was an event organized by a 7th grade girl and her middle school friends. Da Lin reports. (3-28-21)
Lawmakers Visit Southern U.S. BorderU.S. lawmakers from both sides of the aisle visited the southern border to address the surge of migrants crossing into the country. (3-26-21)
Asians Under Attack: The Bay Area ReactsKenny Choi and Elizabeth Cook host a KPIX special report on the disturbing rise of racial intimidation and violence directed at the Asian American and Pacific Islander community in the Bay Area and across the nation. (3-21-21)
Asians Under Attack: Investigators Work to Determine If Atlanta Spa Killings Were Hate CrimesOutrage has swept across the country from those who believe investigators overseeing the mass shooting case in Georgia should charge the suspect with a hate crime. Maria Medina reports. (3-21-21)
Hundreds Gather for Anti-Hate Rally in San JoseMore than a thousand demonstrators gathered outside San Jose city hall Sunday to condemn anti-Asian racism and violence. Da Lin reports. (3-21-21)
San Francisco Rally Brings Diverse Communities Together to Condemn Asian HatePeople from different racial backgrounds and ages showed up at Harvey Milk plaza in the Castro District Sunday to denounce the nationwide attacks on Asian Americans. Betty Yu reports. (3-21-21)