PIX NowWednesday noon news update from KPIX 5
PIX NowWednesday morning headlines from the KPIX 5 newsroom
Bolt Becomes First Major SF Tech Company To Introduce 4-Day Work WeekA major tech company has become the first to permanently introduce a 4-day work week. As Betty Yu tells us, SF-based Bolt is trying to transform corporate culture.
COVID Surge: Bay Area Hospitals Forced To Cancel Elective SurgeriesThe COVID surge is impacting Bay Area hospitals. Maria Cid Medina tells they are canceling non-life threatening elective surgeries.
COVID Surge: Bay Area Hospitals Urge Patients Not To Go To ER For TestingBay Area hospitals dealing with the COVID surge have issued an urgent plea. Andrea Nakano tells us they do not want people going to ERs asking for tests or vaccinations.
PIX NowTuesday evening headlines from the KPIX 5 newsroom
COVID: South Bay Coronavirus Case Numbers May Be Higher Than ReportedThe number of coronavirus cases is exploding in Santa Clara County. As Kiet Do reports, the case numbers may be higher than what is actually reported.
SJ Business Owners Struggling To Survive Supply Chain CrisisThe ongoing supply chain issues are causing chaos for businesses that can't get the overseas products and supplies they need. Len Ramirez tells us the crisis that began last year is spilling over into 2022.
Palo Alto Unified Gets Huge Volunteer Response from Parents Helping Keep Schools OpenDevin Fehely reports on the Palo Alto Unified School District requesting the help of parent to keep in-person learning going at schools (1-11-2022)
SF City Attorney Investigating Potentially Unlicensed COVID Testing CompanyAndria Borba reports on San Francisco City Attorney Chiu investigating a COVID testing company that might not have proper licensing (1-11-2022)
Gov. Newsom Has Plan to Give Californians a Break on Gas PricesAllen Martin reports on Gov. Gavin Newsom's proposal to give the state a "gas tax holiday" (1-11-2022)
Biden Administration Ramping Up To Pass Voting Legislation Though Senate Still Seems UnsurePresident Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris spoke in Georgia today about the For The People Act, which would codify voting rights, while some senators express reservations over filibuster exemption needed to pass it. CBS News' Skyler Henry reports.
Website Issues with San Francisco's Testing Partner Still Plaguing SitesMax Darrow reports on continuing website issues with Color causing problems at San Francisco testing COVID sites (1-11-2022)
Sonoma County First Bay Area County On Lock Down Again Due to COVID SurgeIn response to the increasing transmission of COVID-19 throughout the county, Sonoma County Health Officer Dr. Sundari Mase on Monday issued an appeal for community members to stay at home voluntarily for the next month. Wilson Walker Reports
VIDEO: Elderly Woman Shoved To Ground In Oakland Chinatown AssaultPolice are looking for the person who shoved an elderly woman to the ground in Oakland's Chinatown which was captured on a surveillance camera, and are also looking for the victim.
San Francisco Mayor Breed Orders Healthcare Providers To Increase COVID Testing Or Face FinesAnne Makovec reports on San Francisco instituting COVID testing requirements from healthcare providers (1-11-2022)
Palo Alto Unified Asks Parents to Volunteer to Help Keep Schools OpenJocelyn Moran reports on the Palo Alto Unified School District requesting the help of parent to keep in-person learning going at schools (1-11-2022)
COVID: Sonoma County Business Owners Worried About Impact of New Health OrderJustin Andrews reports on concerns about Sonoma businesses surviving latest health order recommending people stay home except for work and school (1-11-2022)
PIX NowTuesday noon news update from KPIX 5
PIX Now:Tuesday morning headlines from the KPIX 5 newsroom
Stay At Home: Sonoma Health Officer Urges Residents To Stay Home Amid Omicron SurgeSonoma County health officials announce restrictions on some large gatherings and urge people to travel only when necessary for the next month.
COVID Testing: Software issues force several COVID testing sites to temporarily shut downNationwide computer problems forced health officials to completely close down six testing centers Monday afternoon, and service may be suspended even longer.