Coronavirus Pandemic: San Francisco Emergency Officials Say Bay Area Just Days Behind New YorkA source who works at the San Francisco Emergency Management Dept. tells KPIX 5 officials there believe the Bay Area is 5 to 10 days behind New York, and that this week will be crucial toward determining whether it will be different here. Joe Vazquez reports. (3-24-2020)
San Francisco Supervisor Personally Funds Hotel Rooms For Homeless During Shelter-In-Place20 hotel rooms at the Oasis Hotel are no longer sitting vacant during the coronavirus pandemic after dozens of homeless families officially moved in. Susie Steimle reports. (3-24-2020)
San Francisco Supervisor Personally Funds Hotel Rooms For Homeless During Shelter-In-Place20 hotel rooms at the Oasis Hotel are no longer sitting vacant during the coronavirus pandemic after dozens of homeless families officially moved in. Susie Steimle reports. (3-24-2020)
Senate, White House Agree On Historic $2 Trillion Economic Stimulus PackageThe White House has reached an agreement with Senate leaders on a massive $2 trillion stimulus package to help kickstart the U.S. economy after workers and businesses were hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. Betty Yu reports. (3-24-2020)
San Rafael Police Vowing To Enforce Public Health OrderThe San Rafael Police Department says it receive calls and emails daily about businesses that are violating the public health order to shelter at home and officers would be enforcing the order. Andria Borba reports. (3/24/20)
San Francisco Officials Weigh How To Accommodate COVID-19 Patient SurgeLocal hospitals are in need of more hospital beds to treat patients during the coronavirus pandemic. Wilson Walker reports on the rush to increase capacity to deal with the expected COVID-19 surge.
Nurse Working On Front Lines Of COVID-19 Shares Firsthand AccountAs Bay Area health care workers are on the front lines battling COVID-19. An experience nurse shares his concerns about the pandemic.
Tuesday Evening Forecast With Paul HeggenMore rain in the forecast.
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Raw Video: Gov. Newsom Tuesday Evening Update On California Coronavirus ResponseCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom gave an update on the state's coronavirus response and updated numbers; noting that half of the now 2,102 cases in the state are among people between the ages of 18 and 49 years old. (3/24/20)
Restaurants Affected By Coronavirus Ask For Support On National Takeout DayOn National Takeout Day, food delivery workers are extra busy helping Bay Area residents and businesses during the shelter-in-place order. Don Ford reports. (3-24-2020)
Restaurants Affected By Coronavirus Ask For Support On National Takeout DayOn National Takeout Day, food delivery workers are extra busy helping Bay Area residents and businesses during the shelter-in-place order. Don Ford reports. (3-24-2020)
Firms Try To Change Business Models Amid Coronavirus ShutdownCompanies are trying to adapt their business model on the fly as the coronavirus pandemic threatens to shut them down for good. Katie Nielsen reports. (3/24/20)
Lack Of Traffic On Bay Area Freeways Leading Some To Speed RecklesslyLen Ramirez reports on CHP officers cracking down on speeders as coronavirus leaves freeways wide open (3-24-2020)
Raw Video: Contra Costa Sheriff's Office Helicopter Rescue Of Injured HikerVideo from the Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office shows the rescue of an injured hiker at Shell Ridge Open Space in Walnut Creek.
Tech Tuesday: Staying In Touch While Sheltering-In-PlaceKPIX anchor Allen Martin talks with CNET senior reporter, Shara Tibken, on how to stay connected to loved ones while staying at home.
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Coronavirus Spread Forces 2020 Tokyo Olympics To Be Postponed Until 2021The coronavirus pandemic has forced the postponement of the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo until next year. Jackie Ward reports. (3/24/20)
NEIGHBOR HELPING NEIGHBOR: Next Door launches new features to allow neighbors to help neighbors during coronavirus outbreakNext Door launches new features to allow neighbors to help neighbors during coronavirus outbreak
HELPING NEIGHBORS: Burlingame Plumbing Co. Expands Services To Help CommunityBurlingame's Discount Plumbers is using its fleet of 50 delivery vehicles and drivers to assist San Francisco Peninsula residents with more than their plumbing chores during the coronavirus outbreak
Tuesday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeExpect temperatures below average for this time of year on Tuesday, as wet weather returns to the Bay Area. Expect lingering showers on Wednesday with drier conditions later in the week. Mary Lee has the forecast. (3/24/20)
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