Project Home: Federal Court Strikes Down CDC Eviction Moratorium, What Does It Mean For Bay Area?A federal judge ruled Wednesday the Centers for Disease Control have no authority to impose a nationwide eviction moratorium, saying the public health agency doesn’t have the constitutional right to stop evictions. Susie Steimle reports. (5/5/21)
Facebook Upholds Ban On Former President Trump's AccountAn oversight board upheld the decision to ban former President Trump's account from Facebook and Instagram. Devin Fehely takes a closer look at the decision.
John Cox Brings 'Beastly' Gubernatorial Campaign To San Francisco Treasure IslandRepublican gubernatorial candidate John Cox brought his 'Meet the Beast Bus Tour' to Treasure Island in San Francisco Wednesday. (5/5/21)
California Recall: GOP Candidate John Cox Brings Bear, Touts Campaign Against NewsomAppearing with a 1,000 pound bear, Republican candidate John Cox made campaign stops in Sacramento and at The French Laundry restaurant in Yountville in his push to oust Gov. Gavin Newsom. Kenny Choi reports. (5/4/21)
California Recall: John Cox brings a bear to his recall election kickoffJohn Cox kicks off his campaign calling it the "Meet the Beast Bus Tour"
CA Lawmaker Proposes Bill To Enforce CRV Refund LawsA year after KPIX first exposed problems with California's CRV Refund recycling program the situation has gotten worse. Maria Medina tells us about a bill that aims to fix it.
Youth Activists March From Oakland To Alameda Demanding Justice For Mario GonzalezYouth organizers held a rally in Oakland and marched to Alameda to demand justice for the death of Mario Gonzalez. Andrea Nakano tells us what their message was for Alameda police.
COVID Recovery: Return To Offices Already Posing Legal QuestionsAs offices in the Bay Area and across the country reopen, the return to workplaces a year after the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic poses some legal questions that may be settled in the courts. John Ramos reports. (5/3/21)
Black Transgender Candidate for San Francisco Democratic Party Chair Breaks BarriersHoney Mahogany could end up being the first transgender person of color to lead San Francisco’s Democratic Party. Kenny Choi reports. (4-29-21)
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)
President Biden Set to Address Joint Session of CongressNatalie Brand reports on President Biden's historic first address of a joint session of Congress, pitching American Families Plan (4-28-2021)
Santa Clara County Residents Asked To Voluntarily Conserve WaterThe Santa Clara County Water District is asking ratepayers to slash their water usage before drought conditions worsen. Maria Medina has details on ways residents can voluntarily conserve water.
COVID: How To Get Commuters Back On Public Transit Post PandemicAs we begin resurface from the pandemic, many Bay Area workers are considering going back to public transit. Ridership has plummeted to 5 percent due to COVID. On The Road To Recovery, Susie Steimle looks at what it will take to get people them back on board.
Campaign To Recall Gov. Newsom Has Enough Signatures To Qualify For BallotThe campaign to remove Governor Newsom from office has received enough signatures to qualify for the ballot. Andrea Nakano explains what happens next.
COVID: Santa Clara County Residents Can Get Vaccinated Without An AppointmentSanta Clara County announced that residents will no longer require an appointment in order to get a COVID vaccination. Andria Borba has more on the change in policy.
COVID Crisis: Local Indian Americans Trying Desperately To Help Family Members Back HomeAs the death toll mounts, South Bay Indian Americans are trying to help with the COVID-19 crisis in India. Len Ramirez talked to lawmakers and residents who are finding ways to send aid to family members back home.
Gov. Gavin Newsom Recall: Supporters Have Enough Valid Signatures For ElectionSupporters of a recall campaign against Gov. Gavin Newsom have enough verified signatures to qualify for the ballot, according to the California Secretary of State's office. (4/26/21)
Politicos Assess Caitlyn Jenner's Chances of Becoming GovernorCaitlyn Jenner just jumped into the race to replace Gov. Gavin Newsom in a potential recall election. Political experts say she faces an important first test. Devin Fehely reports. (4-23-21)
DA Chesa Boudin Touts Police Reform Legislation AB 127; SF Police Union Pushes BackIn the wake of the Derek Chauvin trial, several pieces of legislation addressing police reform have been proposed. Backed by San Francisco DA Chesa Boudin, Assembly Bill 127 aims to hold officers more accountable, but the measure is already receiving pushback by the SFPOA. Kenny Choi reports. (4/21/21)
COVID Reopening: How A Peninsula School District Kept Schools Open Despite PandemicWhile some school districts are just now reopening, one District on the Peninsula has had students on campus for nearly the entire school year. John Ramos shows us how they did it.
Derek Chauvin Trial: San Francisco DA Chesa Boudin Reacts To Guilty VerdictsSan Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin spoke to KPIX 5's Elizabeth Cook following the conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin on murder and manslaughter charges in the death of George Floyd. (4/20/21)
COVID: As Restrictions Ease Bay Area Health Experts Weigh In On Mask EtiquetteAs COVID-19 restrictions ease, Betty Yu tells what medical experts are saying about the new etiquette.
Eye On Earth: Opposition Mounts Against Plan To Drill For Natural Gas In Suisun MarshEnvironmentalists aren't the only ones against a plan to drill for natural gas in the middle of the Suisun Marsh the largest marshland on the West Coast. Allen Martin tells us more about this natural habitat for migratory birds, fish and wildlife