Raw Video: Newsom Announces Regulatory Relief For Bars, Restaurants Amid Full ReopeningAt an appearance in San Francisco, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced the state would continue allowing outdoor dining expansions and parklets past the June 15 date of the state's reopening as part of a plan to boost restaurant business. (6/3/21)
Could VTA Shooting Have Been Prevented? Gun Violence Restraining Orders Increase in CaliforniaCould the VTA mass shooting have been prevented? Experts say many California workers don’t know there’s a law on the books that can help protect them, if they feel threatened. Allen Martin reports. (6/2/21)
Windsor Council Nominates Vice Mayor Sam Salmon To Replace Dominic FoppoliTown officials in the community of Windsor have nominated Vice Mayor Sam Salmon to replace former mayor Dominic Foppoli, who resigned last month after facing numerous sexual assault allegations. Andrea Nakano reports. (6/2/21)
Pride Flag Flown At Gilroy City Hall Following Objections By Some City LeadersFor the first time in the city's history, Gilroy is flying the Pride flag outside City Hall, but not without controversy. Maria Medina reports. (6/2/21)
California Supreme Court Hears Case That Could Impact Future Of Death PenaltyThe California Supreme Court began hearing arguments Wednesday in the death penalty appeal of Donte McDaniel, a case that legal experts say could impact the future of capital punishment in the state. Allen Martin reports. (6/2/21)
California Launches State Task Force Studying ReparationsCalifornia has launched a first-in-the-nation task force looking at possible reparations for slavery and discrimination against African Americans. Devin Fehely reports. (6/1/21)  
COVID Recovery: Santa Clara County May Most Vaccinated County Of Its SizeSanta Clara County is well on the road to recovery with only 12 new cases countywide and it may be one of the most vaccinated counties of its size. Maria Medina reports on its progress.
COVID: Southbay Businesses Frustrated By Mandatory Employee Vaccination ChecksThe deadline looms for Santa Clara County businesses to collect information about the vaccination status of their employees. But Devin Fehely tells us many feel it is an invasion of privacy.
Bill to Create Jan. 6 Commission Blocked by Senate RepublicansAnne Makovec reports on a bill to found a Jan. 6 commission to investigate the Capitol insurrection stalling in the U.S .Senate (5-28-2021)
San Jose VTA Shooting Renews Washington Debate on Gun ControlAnne Makovec reports on renewed calls for Congress to make steps to end gun violence after San Jose VTA mass shooting (5-27-2021)
San Jose Set To Approve Downtown Google Development; Affordable Housing Concerns LingerThe San Jose City Council on Tuesday was poised to approve the massive Google development that will shape downtown for generations, despite lingering concerns about its overall impact on affordable housing. Devin Fehely reports. (5/25/21)
Road To Recovery: Bay Area Transit Ridership Rising Amid Vaccinations, Offices ReopeningAs a growing number of offices reopen and with vaccination rates climbing, Bay Area transit agencies are seeing a steady increase of riders since the start of the pandemic. Kiet Do reports. (5/24/21)
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)
KPIX Special Report: Crime & Punishment in San FranciscoKen Bastida and Elizabeth Cook host a KPIX original report on the changing landscape of crime and law enforcement in the city. Reports from Kenny Choi and Wilson Walker and an interview with district attorney Chesa Boudin. (5-23-21)
School in Sierra Foothills Removes Students' Conservative Stickers Fom Class PhotoIn Placer County a group of high school students is upset over a class photo. The students at Whitney High in Rocklin say stickers they were wearing with conservative and patriotic messages were edited out. Heather Janssen reports. (5-21-21)
Alameda County DA Talks About Decision to Not Seek Re-ElectionAlameda County District Attorney Nancy O'Malley talks about her nearly 40 year career (5-19-2021)
NEWSOM BUDGET: Gov. Gavin Newsom's new recovery state budget contains funds for massive cleanup programGov. Gavin Newsom's new recovery state budget contains funds for massive cleanup program
COVID: Newsom Says California May Lift Mask Mandate Mid-JuneGov. Gavin Newsom told a reporter the state would stop requiring people to wear masks in almost all circumstances on June 15. KPIX 5 reporter John Ramos talks to Bay Area residents who are raising questions about the governor's timing on lifting the mask mandate. (5/12/21)
Fremont Buddhist Temple Owner To File Civil Rights Lawsuit Against City, Alleges DiscriminationThe owner of a small Buddhist temple in the Fremont hills announced plans to file a federal civil rights lawsuit against the city, claiming she was discriminated against in her quest to receive building permits. Devin Fehely reports. (5/11/21)
Team Coverage: Major League Baseball Greenlights Oakland A’s To Consider RelocatingSaying the current Coliseum site is not viable for a new stadium, Major League Baseball allowed the A's to look at potentially relocating if a proposal for a new ballpark at Howard Terminal falls through. Andria Borba and Dennis O'Donnell report. (5/11/21)
Gov. Newsom Unveils $12 Billion Plan To End Family Homelessness Within 5 YearsAnne Makovec reports on state announcing historic investment in ending homelessness in California (5-11-2021)
COVID: FDA Authorizes Pfizer Vaccine For Children As Young As 12The Food and Drug Administration has authorized the COVID-19 vaccine for children aged 12 to 15. Femi Redwood reports Stanford researchers are testing even younger kids.
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.
South Bay Water District To Vote On Raising Drinking Water RatesAnne Makovec reports on the Santa Clara Valley Water District board preparing to vote on plan to raise drinking water rates to help pay for project to expand the Pacheco Dam (5-7-2021)

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