COVID: Oakland Students Call For Boycott Over District's Handling Of Omicron SurgeIn Oakland, students were planning a school-wide boycott to show their frustration with the District's handling of the Omicron surge. Andrea Nakano has more on their concerns.
COVID: Wastewater Analysis May Indicate Omicron Outbreak Has PeakedThe Omicron surge positivity rate has hit a two-week low. Maria Cid Medina talked to Santa Clara County health experts who say wastewater analysis may also indicate the outbreak is on the decline.
Bay Area Honors Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday celebrations were impacted by the pandemic. Shawn Chitnis shows us how people around the Bay Area honored the late civil rights leader.
COVID: Unions Push Back On New Rules For Health Care Workers Who Test Positive For CoronavirusNew state guidelines allow healthcare workers who test postive for COVID-19, but are asymptomatic, to come back to work. Kenny Choi tells us the new rules are getting pushback from unions.
Fremont Woman Killed in New York After Being Shoved In Front of Approaching Subway TrainA Bay Area woman was killed in New York City over the weekend after being shoved in front of a subway train. Juliette Goodrich reports.
Bay Area Relatives Get Message Of Hope From TongaA family got a message of hope from Tonga after massive underground volcano triggered a tsunami and wiped out the island nation's communications infrastructure. John Ramos talked to Bay Area HAM radio operator trying to help.
Raw Video: Aerial View of Police Standoff in South San JoseA man brandishing knives and having a mental health crisis was in custody following an hours-long standoff with police in The Woods area of South San Jose Monday.
Dozens Of Cars Broken Into At Fremont Apartment Complex Parking LotMore than 30 people woke up to shattered glass outside their car at Fremont's Mission Peak Apartments Monday morning after someone rampaged through the parking lot overnight. Andria Borba reports.
Hundreds March In D.C. On MLK Day To Urge Senate To Pass Voting Rights BillHundreds marched in Washington D.C. on Monday for voting rights. Senate Democrats will take up the bill protecting voting rights on Tuesday, but as Skyler Henry reports, it is almost certain to fail.
Omicron Surge Testing Americans' Faith in Biden Adminstration's Handling of COVID PandemicThe omicron surge has brought about a loss of faith from some Americans in President Biden's ability to handle the pandemic. CBS reporter Natalie Brand has the new poll numbers.
49er Faithful Still Feeling Afterglow of Dallas' DemiseThe Dallas Cowboys were hoping for a white-out and a win over the 49ers, but they didn't get either. Len Ramirez reports.
Latest on COVID-19 & HospitalizationsKPIX 5's Anne Makovec talks to Dr. Laleh Gharahbaghian from Stanford Health Care about a new study of California's hospitals showing that Omicron causes fewer hospitalizations and shorter stays
Fans Remember Betty White With Challenge To Fund Animal SheltersBetty White was trending on social media Monday on what would have been her 100th birthday. Fans are honoring the beloved actress with the heartwarming #BettyWhiteChallenge.
TONGA ERUPTION: Raw video of this weekend's eruption of undersea volcano near TongaMassive Ash Cloud Turns Tonga Into Moonscape; Anxiety Mounts Among Bay Area Tongans
Remembering Martin Luther King Jr: Bay Area residents honor the memory of slain Civic Rights iconBay Area events to remember the life of Martin Luther King Jr.
COVID: Oakland Unified School District Students Threatening Strike If COVID Safety Demands Not MetOakland Unified School District Students Threatening Tuesday Strike If COVID Safety Demands Not Met
Bay Area Health Experts Look Past OmicronQuestions about what happens after the latest omicron surge have Bay Area health experts weighing in. Kenny Choi reports. (1-16-22)
French Bulldog Stolen at Gunpoint During Castro Valley Armed RobberyArmed robbers stole a French bulldog at gunpoint in Castro Valley Saturday and later returned to steal the victims' car. Betty Yu reports (1-16-22)
Omicron Threatens to Silence Music at Bay Area VenuesBefore the pandemic, the nightlife industry in the Bay Area was a major contributor to the local economy. Now, the highly contagious omicron coronavirus variant poses a new threat, Ryan Yamamoto reports. (1-16-22)
Separation Strategy at S.F. Gym Fits Well With COVID-Era ConcernsA new San Francisco gym is offering a workout experience that, by accident, has become appealing during the era of COVID-19. John Ramos reports. (1-16-22)
Omicron Surge Forces Martin Luther King Day CancellationsWhile many of Monday's official MLK Day events have been called off because of COVID, Shawn Chitnis reports that organizers are finding new ways to spread a message that is more relevant than ever. (1-16-22)
49ers Get It Done in Dallas as The Faithful CelebrateFans across the San Francisco Bay Area (and the country) were jubilant Sunday evening after the Niners held on to beat the Cowboys. Vern Glenn and Da Lin report. (1-15-22)
Thieves Target License Plates in San Francisco, Rack Up Parking TicketsCar break-ins are a huge problem in San Francisco, but now thieves are also targeting license plates and victims are receiving parking citations.