Jefferson Award: Author Shizue Seigel Helps Other Writers Of Color Find Their VoiceA San Francisco author is helping writers of of color share their stories that reflect their diverse backgrounds. Sharon Chin introduces this week's Jefferson Award winner, Shizue Seigel.
Some Mills Alumni Critical of Merger With Northeastern UniversityJohn Ramos reports on some Mills College alumni angry over school going co-ed with Northeastern merger (9-15-2021)
Explosive Testimony from Theranos Whistleblower ContinuesLen Ramirez reports on the major revelations that came from Erika Cheung's testimony on Tuesday. (9/15/2021)
Marlon Wayans Performs in Bay AreaThe actor & comedian talks about how comedy and laughter help in healing during the pandemic
South Bay Man Honored for Tipping Police Off to Man With Huge Arsenal, Racist ManifestoAnne Makovec reports on authorities paying tribute to a man who tipped police off to suspect with arsenal, possibly preventing mass shooting (9-15-2021)
Processing of Recall Ballots Continues Despite Already Determined ResultKiet Do reports on how new technology has sped up processing of ballots in California recall process (9-15-2021)
State Legislators Call for Reform in Wake of Expensive Recall ElectionJustin Andrews report on push to reform political process after expensive attempt to recall Gov. Gavin Newsom (9-15-2021)
COVID Mandate: Contra Costa County Toughens COVID Requirements For Indoor ActivitiesContra Costa County is joining San Francisco and Berkeley in requiring proof of vaccination or a recent negative COVID test at the door to step inside certain businesses.
RECALL: Strong support for Gov. Gavin Newsom among Santa Clara voters despite lighter turnout than in 2020 electionStrong support for Gov. Gavin Newsom among Santa Clara voters despite lighter turnout than in 2020 election
COVID: CoCo County To Require Proof Of Vaccination, Test To Enter Certain BusinessesTo stop the spread of COVID, Contra Costa County is joining cities like San Francisco and Berkeley to require proof of vaccination or a negative test to step into certain businesses. Andrea Nakano tells us where and when it takes effect.
California Recall: Some Last-Minute San Jose Voters Insist On Dropping Off BallotsIn San Jose, last-minute voters waited in long lines to drop off their ballots in person just before the polls closed. Maria Cid Medina tells the story of one voter who drove miles to cast her ballot in person.
California Recall: Voters Say A Resounding "No" In Historic ElectionThe recall was rejected as voters stood by Governor Newsom in a slam dunk election. KPIX team coverage begins with Kenny Choi in Sacramento, analysis from CBS Director of Elections Anthony Salvanto, Betty Yu with supporters in San Francisco, and Maria Cid Medina in the South Bay.
California Recall: Larry Elder Speaks To Supporters After Losing Bid For GovernorLarry Elder spoke to supporters from his headquarters in Costa Mesa, after losing his bid to replace Gov. Newsom in Tuesday's recall election.
California Recall: Gov. Newsom Moments After Learning He Survived Recall ElectionRAW: Governor Newsom speaks to reporters moments after he learned California voters cast a resounding "No" to the recall election.
California Recall: How Did CBS News Project 'No' Vote Wins Recall ElectionCBS News' director of elections and surveys explains how the race was called for Governor Newsom so early.
CBS News Exit Poll Shows Voters Most Concerned About COVID, EconomyAnthony Salvanto talks about CBS News exit poll of California recall voters on most important issues (9-14-2021)
South Bay Lawmakers, Non-Profits Welcome Afghan Refugees With Food, Work, HousingThe first wave of Afghan refugees is slated to arrive in the South Bay over the next 12 months. Kiet Do tells us local lawmakers, non-profits and individuals are pitching to help them resettle in their newfound home.
Police Blame Day Of Unprecedented Violence In Oakland On Low Morale, UnderstaffingA violent Monday across Oakland that left at least 3 dead has prompted a lot of finger-pointing between police and city leaders. Andria Borba has the latest salvo.
RAW: Surveillance Video of Suspects Who Left Walnut Creek Restaurant Without Paying, Fired Gun OutsidePolice in Walnut Creek have released surveillance videos that show a couple who tried to leave a restaurant without paying their bill before the male suspect fired shots outside the establishment as they drove off. (9-14-2021)
Raw Video: Aftermath of Boulder-Sized Concrete Chunk Into Woodside HouseA home in Woodside was hit with a boulder-sized chunk of concrete that came crashing down a hillside Tuesday afternoon.
San Leandro's Woodrow Wilson Elementary To Change NameJohn Ramos reports San Leandro school named after President Woodrow Wilson confirming plans to find new name (9-14-2021)
California Recall: Newsom Team Confident In Final Day Of VotingHeading into the final day of voting Gov. Gavin Newsom's team expressed confidence that he would survive the recall effort. Meanwhile leading Republican Larry Elder has launched a website that has insinuated baseless claims of voter fraud. Kenny Choi reports. (9/14/21)
Mountain View Project To Add Bus, Bike Lanes Facing Pushback Over Tree RemovalA project to add a reversible bus lane and new bike lanes along two busy thoroughfares in Mountain View is facing pushback from residents after it was revealed that several heritage trees would need to be removed. Max Darrow reports. (9/14/21)
CA Recall Election: Election SecurityKPIX's Gianna Franco talks to California's Secretary of State Shirley Weber on the importance and security of the 2021 California recall election.