3 Sentenced to Life in Prison for Arbery SlayingThree men who chased and killed Ahmaud Arbery have been sentenced to life in prison. (1-7-22)
Omicron Fear Pushes Too Many Mild Cases Into Emergency RoomsA wave of omicron cases is now flooding Bay Area hospitals. Andria Borba spoke to an ER nurse who says many patients she sees should have stayed home. (1-7-22)
Oaktown Jazz Introduces Music Legacy To Young PeopleJazz music offers a rich legacy that transcends generations and plays a key role in contemporary culture. Justin Andrews introduces us to an Oakland non-profit that's using music to help shape the lives of young people.
Hollywood Legend Sidney Poitier Dead at 94Hollywood is mourning the death of legendary actor Sidney Poitier at age 94 ... one of the last remaining stars of the golden age of acting. Reporter Michael George has more on his career of breaking through racial barriers on the silver screen.
Back to School Plans Amid COVID-19 SurgeKPIX 5's Len Kiese talks with California State University East Bay Chair of Public Health Dr. Arnab Mukherjea about the return to school amid the COVID surge, and his advice for parents and students dealing with the anxiety of returning to the classroom
Oakland Teacher Sickout Calling for Increased COVID Safety Shuts Down 12 SchoolsJocelyn Moran reports on the impact of the Oakland teacher sickout calling for more COVID safety measures from the OUSD (1-7-2022)
Schools Closed: West Contra Costa School Closures, COVID Testing Efforts Draw Mixed ReactionWest Contra Costa Unified School District will close on Friday and Monday because of continued COVID-19 outbreaks.
School Sickout: Oakland Unified School District Warns Of Potential Sickout By Some TeachersThe Oakland Unified School District has warned parents that some teachers may stage what they described as an "illegal sickout" on Friday.
Liam's List Jan. 7: 'Glow' At SF Exploratorium; Bottlerock 2022 Tickets; New Music From Elton JohnKCBS reporter Liam Mayclem provides KPIX 5 users with a weekly weekend tip list of Bay Area entertainment, music, film and online entertainment.
Rancher Killed: Rancher killed by a bull in rural Contra Costa CountyA bull was euthanized by sheriff's deputies after it allegedly killed a rancher in a pasture in rural Contra Costa County
Demonstrations in Bay Area Mark Jan. 6 With Call to Strengthen Voting RightsIn the Bay Area, people gathered in several cities at vigils commemorating the anniversary of a violent attack on our nation’s Capitol that took place Jan. 6, 2021. Andrea Nakano reports. (1-6-22)
Oakland Unified School District Warns Parents of Teacher SickoutThe Oakland Unified School District warned parents Thursday that teachers may stage what they described as an "illegal sickout" on Friday. Katie Nielsen reports. (1-6-22)
Lost Recording of Johnny Cash Concert in San Francisco FoundA sonic time capsule reveals a lost chapter of Bay Area history featuring country music icon Johnny Cash. Juliette Goodrich reports. (1-6-22)
SF Supervisor Questions Proposed Millennium Tower FixThe fix for San Francisco’s sinking and tilting Millennium Tower was the focal point once again of a city-run hearing on Thursday. Max Darrow reports. (1-6-22)
Fremont Schools See Smoother COVID Test HandoutsThe Fremont school district has improved its rocky rollout of free COVID test handouts. Juliette Goodrich reports
COVID Case Surge Slams Bay Area Health Care SystemFrom emergency responders to Bay Area hospitals -- frontline health care workers are feeling the brunt of this COVID-19 surge. Wilson Walker reports. (1-6-22)
Future Uncertain for Fading Mountain View Shopping CenterA once-popular South Bay mall is now a ghost town. Kiet Do reports. (1-6-22)
Jan. 6 Anniversary: Bay Area Congresswoman on Capitol SiegeKPIX 5's Ryan Yamamoto spoke with Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-San Jose) about the status of the investigation of the Jan. 6, 2021 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. (1-6-22)
East Bay Native Ryan Yamamoto Is New KPIX News AnchorHe's taken a while to get back to the Bay Area where he grew up but Ryan Yamamoto is here now, the newest member of the KPIX news team. (1-6-22)
Parents Scramble After COVID Closes West CoCo County SchoolsThe West Contra Costa Unified school district will close classrooms for the next two days because of surging COVID cases and staffing issues. Shawn Chitnis reports. (1-6-22)
Somber Ceremonies Mark 1-Year Anniversary of Capitol Siege in Washington D.C.Natalie Brand reports on the ceremonies in Washington D.C. Thursday marking the first anniversary of the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol (1-6-2022)
Some San Francisco Teachers Organize Sickout to Protest Lax COVID Safety ProtocolsJustin Andrews reports on some teachers in San Francisco organizing a sickout over COVID protocols (1-6-2022)
Ruby Princess Cruise Ship Returns To San Francisco With COVID-Infected PassengersJocelyn Moran reports on a dozen disembarking Princess cruise passengers testing positive in San Francisco (1-6-2022)
Raw Video: Ruby Princess Cruise Ship Docks In San FranciscoThe Ruby Princess cruise ship returned to San Francisco from a 10-day cruise to Mexico with a "small number of positive COVID-19 cases among vaccinated guests," the cruise line said.