USF Investigating Noose Found Hanging Off Balcony Of Student's Dorm RoomThe University of San Francisco is investigating a disturbing incident at a student dorm. Andria Borba reports a noose was spotted hanging off a balcony.
Hackers Disrupt San Jose Church's Online Easter Service with Profanity, Racist Hate SpeechLen Ramirez reports on police investigating verbal abuse of hacker who hijacked a San Jose church's Easter service as a hate crime (4-7-2021)
Jacqueline Martinez Is Making Sure Philanthropic Dollars Are Invested In The Latino CommunityCalifornia’s Latinos are the fastest growing demographic with an estimated population of 15 million, and yet only about one percent of philanthropic dollars are invested in Latino businesses. Jefferson Award Winner Jacqueline Martinez is working to change that. Sharon Chin reports.
'Vaccine Passports' Being Looked At For More Than Just TravelThe idea of a vaccine passport and digital proof to gain entry to places is the latest coronavirus divide. It’s not just at airports, where proof of vaccination is being considered. Kenny Choi reports. (4/7/21
Trials For Oral COVID Vaccine UnderwayTesting is underway for a new oral COVID vaccine. Pat Harvey reports on the vaccine trial.
Airlines, Cruise Lines Raise Fares In Anticipation Of Post-COVID Travel BoomCBS Travel Editor Peter Greenberg discusses the rapidly rising prices for traveling as the pandemic starts to die down and how there's still confusion over vaccine passports,
North Bay Residents Line Up to Get Free Emergency Radios at GiveawayWilson Walker reports on Sonoma County authorities giving out free emergency radios to residents worried about coming fire season (4-7-2021)
Police Say Tiger Woods Was Driving 40 MPH Over Speed Limit at Time of CrashRachel Kim reports on new details about February crash that seriously injured Tiger Woods released by authorities (4-7-2021)
Family Sues San Jose Police Over Fatal Shooting Of Unarmed ManThe family of a man shot to death by San Jose Police back in January announced Wednesday it is suing the department over the incident after body camera footage showed the victim was unarmed. Devin Fehley reports.
U.S. Still At Risk Of Another Surge As Variants Spread, Daily Cases IncreaseDaily COVID vaccinations rates have soared in recent months, but new daily cases have started to tick up. Federal health authorities say the nation is still at risk of another surge. Natalie Brand reports. (4/7/21)
Napa, Sonoma, Contra Costa Counties Latest To Move Into Orange TierThe entire Bay Area is in the Orange Tier with the exception of Solano County. Emily Turner reports on what this means for businesses. (4/7/21)
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Visits San Francisco Chinatown 1st Time Since Start of PandemicHouse Speaker Nancy Pelosi visited San Francisco's Chinatown Wednesday to tout the healthcare benefits of the Biden administration's $1.9 trillion rescue plan and offered remarks on the recent spike in hate crimes against Asian Americans. Anne Makovec reports. (4/7/21)
ORANGE TIER: Contra Costa, Napa and Sonoma Counties Move to Orange TierContra Costa, Napa and Sonoma Counties Move to Orange Tier
TODAY'S Forecast: The latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamTemperatures to rise all week with sunny skies
Hayward Police 'Use Of Force Incident' Captured On Cellphone Video Sparks Internal InvestigationThe Hayward Police Department is investigating a "use of force incident" captured on cellphone video at a shopping center parking lot on Easter Sunday. Betty Yu tells us more about what happened.
PG&E Facing Criminal Charges For 2019 Kincaid FirePG&E is facing new criminal charges. The Sonoma County District Attorney claims the utility recklessly caused the 2019 Kincade Fire. Andrea Nakano tells us what that could mean for the victims.
COVID: Bay Area Residents Cautiously Optimistic About June 15th Reopening DateCalifornia could fully reopen by June 15th as the state marks a huge milestone of 20 million vaccines administered. But Maria Medina reports that opening date comes with a big 'if.'
Systemic Racism Embedded In Foster Care To Prison PipelineThe instability many feel in the foster care system leads to higher rates of entering the justice system. CBSN Bay Area's Len Kiese spoke with Yukari Kane, co-founder of the Prison Journalism Project, and Dawn Rains, Chief Policy & Strategy Officer at Treehouse, about the foster care to prison pipeline.
Plans Unveiled For Massive Google Village In Downtown San JoseA massive Google village is coming to San Jose. Len Ramirez tells us the plan promises to transform the city's downtown core with new offices, shops, parks and housing.
COVID: Wineries, Restaurants Getting Ready As Napa County Moves Into Orange TierThe wine country is getting the green light to ease COVID-19 restrictions. Don Ford shows us what the move to the Orange Tier means for Napa wineries, restaurants and other businesses.
San Francisco School Board Discusses Rescinding Controversial School Renaming PlanAndria Borba reports on SF School Board meeting that will likely rescind problematic plan to rename schools in San Francisco.
San Jose Research Lab Warns Of 'Grim' Fire Season In This SummerResearch from San Jose State University warns of a 'grim' fire season outlook this summer. Allen Martin talks to Craig Clement from the Fire Weather Research Lab.
Town of Danville, Police Officer Sued Over Fatal Shooting Of Homeless Man Having Mental Health CrisisThe shooting death by a White police officer of a homeless Black man armed with a knife and having a mental health crisis in a busy intersection in Danville last month is prompting a federal civil rights lawsuit by the man's family. Devin Fehely reports. (4/6/21)
Major League Baseball Moves All-Star Game To Denver In Wake Of Georgia's New Ballot RestrictionsSkyler Henry reports on MLB relocating 2021 All-Star Game to Denver from Atlanta after Georgia Republicans establish new voter restrictions (4-6-2021)