San Francisco Tenderloin Cleanup Effort Pushes Homeless Into Outlying NeighborhoodsSan Francisco has launched an effort to clear homeless encampments in the Tenderloin District but, as Wilson Walker reports, that has made the problem worse in other neighborhoods. (7-30-20)
Hero CHP Officer Saves Choking Infant Along Interstate 80 In FairfieldA California Highway Patrol Officer is being hailed for his actions during a medical emergency in Solano County involving an infant who was not breathing. (7/30/20)
SF Priest Stirs Controversy Calling for In-Person Worship Amid PandemicA San Francisco priest chastised his parishioners for putting fears over faith and skipping Mass to "avoid the remote possibility of dying from covid." Kenny Choi reports. (7-30-20)
SF Potrero Hill Gets Testing Site Amid Rise in Coronavirus CasesThanks to a community-wide lobbying effort, a San Francisco neighborhood with a high rate of COVID-positive cases finally gets its own testing site, and more. Sharon Chin reports. (7-30-20)
Former Presidents Honor Rep. John Lewis at FuneralMichelle Miller reports on the funeral of congressman John Lewis, where former presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton honored the fallen civil rights activist. (7-30-20)
Thursday Evening Pinpoint ForecastMinor changes in weather patterns are expected through the weekend. Night and morning clouds will give way to mostly sunny afternoons, with seasonably average temperatures. Paul Heggen has the microclimate forecast. (7-30-20)
Costco Reports Spike in Coronavirus Outbreaks at South Bay StoresSanta Clara County health officials are investigating clusters of COVID-19 cases at four Costco stores in the South Bay. Len Ramirez reports. (7-30-20)
State Lawmakers Sound Off on Huge Backlog of Claims Burying EDDThe California Employment Development Dept. was grilled over its failure to pay benefits and how it plans to sort out the mess. Betty Yu reports. (7-30-20)
Winchester Mystery Tours Amid CoronavirusCBSN Bay Area talks to Walter Magnuson, General Manager of the Winchester Mystery House, about the new outdoor 'Walk with Spirits Tour' that kicked off this week.
Coronavirus Outbreak: The Pandemic and Book PublishingNovelist Donna Levin talks to CBSN Bay Area about how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting book publishing.
Arson Suspected In Trash Fire Set Outside Berkeley Church Displaying Black Lives Matter BannerA suspicious early morning fire set in a trash bin outside a Berkeley church, charring the wall of the building before it was extinguished, was under investigation Thursday by Berkeley police and fire officials. Kiet Do reports. (7/30/20)
Trump Suggests Delaying Election Over Unsubstantiated Vote-By-Mail ClaimsPresident Donald Trump is floating the startling idea of delaying the Nov. 3 presidential election, as he lags in the polls and grapples with deepening economic and public health crises. (7/30/20)
TODAY'S FORECAST: The latest from the KPIX 5 Weather TeamThe latest from the KPIX 5 Weather Team
ALAMEDA CODIV-19 SURGE: Health officials concerned by surge in new COVID-19 cases among Alameda County residentsHealth officials concerned by surge in new COVID-19 cases among Alameda County residents
Pix Now07/30/2020
COVID-19 Surge: Latinx Community Bears Brunt Of COVID-19 In Santa Clara CountyLatinx Community Bears Brunt Of COVID-19 In Santa Clara County
Bay Area Filmmaker Shares Story Of Her Family Divided By A CultA Bay Area filmmaker is sharing the story of how she escaped a cult and the impact that had on her family. Joe Vazquez tells us more about the documentary, 'Blessed Child.'
California Program To House Homeless People In Trailers Gets Mixed ResultsThe state announced back in January that it would donate the trailers, that are usually on standby for emergencies, to help house the homeless. Susie Steimle reports the program is getting mixed results.
Salons, Gyms Brace For Second Shutdown After Santa Clara Co. Lands On State's WatchlistSanta Clara County has landed on the states COVID-19 watchlist. Maria Medina tells us, struggling salon and gym owners may be facing a second shutdown.
Alameda County Has Most Coronavirus Cases In Bay AreaAlameda County has the most coronavirus cases in the Bay Area. Andrea Nakano tells us whether that means a second lockdown is on the way.
CoCo County Cracking Down On COVID-19 Violations With FinesContra Costa County is the latest to impose fines on people who violate COVID-19 public health orders. Juliette Goodrich tells us how much those violations will cost.
SF Rental Prices Dropping Due To Decreased Demand During PandemicRent prices are dropping in San Francisco while the suburbs remain steady. The City is still the priciest place for renters, but that may not be the case for long.
PIX NowJuly 28, 2020
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