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PIX NOW01/13/22
PIX NOW01/13/22
Bay Bridge Crash: Street Racing Crash Shuts Down Westbound Lanes On Bay BridgeThree westbound lanes on the San Francisco-Oakland B>ay Bridge were blocked early Thursday after two cars racing across the structure crash, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Omicron Surge In Sonoma County Prompts Delay Of Pliny The Younger Release, Venue ClosingsAn order banning large gatherings in Sonoma County due to the COVID-19 omicron surge has prompted the closure of venues along with the delaying of the Pliny the Younger beer release, which contributes millions of dollars into the local economy. Andrea Nakano reports. (1/12/22)
Bay Area Grocery Stores Struggle To Keep Shelves Full Amid Supply Issues, COVID Staffing ShortagesGlobal supply issues, winter weather impacting delivery trucks on the East Coast and record high COVID-19 infections have all come to a head, and are impacting grocery stores in the Bay Area and across the nation. Maria Cid Medina reports. (1/12/22)
Oakland Unified Students Plan Sickout Thursday, Call For More COVID Safety MeasuresStudent leaders in the Oakland Unified School District said they’re planning a student sickout for Thursday, because they say district leaders aren’t doing enough to protect them in the classroom. Katie Nielsen reports. (1/12/22)
New Movement Hopes Resurrect Old Downtown in Santa ClaraLen Ramirez reports on a new initiative to revive Santa Clara's original downtown district. (1/12/2022)
PIX NowKPIX 5 Evening News headlines for Wednesday, Jan 12, 2022.
Oakland's Police Chief Outlines Plan to Make Streets Safer in Coming YearAndria Borba reports on what Oakland's Chief of Police says will be his plan to reduce street violence in the city during the coming year (1-12-2022)
Army Corps Of Engineers Crew Helps Keep Bay SafeA small group with the Army Corps of Engineers is on a mission to keep the Bay safe. Max Darrow reports. (1/12/22)
Gov. Newsom Pledges Marijuana Tax Overhaul To Save California's Collapsing Cannabis IndustryIn 2016, there was much celebration as California voters approved Proposition 64, legalizing recreational marijuana. But now, advocates say the cannabis industry has fallen on hard times and in his budget presentation on Monday, Governor Gavin Newsom pledged his support to try to save it. John Ramos reports.
Peninsula Man Fights Poverty For Decades, Uplifts Others To Do the SameFor nearly five decades, Larry Purcell has been fighting poverty and planting seeds so others can expand the work. Sharon Chin reports.
Weather ReportPaul Heggen reports on the weather forecast. (1/12/2022)
Plan To Fight Off Crow Invasion In Downtown Sunnyvale With Lasers Faces PushbackHundreds of crows have been descending on Downtown Sunnyvale just after sunset. Meanwhile, a potential solution is facing pushback. Kiet Do reports. (1/12/22)
COVID: MarinHealth Doctor On Cal/OSHA Rules, Masks, Omicron SurgeDr. Karin Shavelson, chief medical officer at MarinHealth, talks to KPIX 5's Ryan Yamamoto about new rules from Cal/OSHA on testing, the CDC on masks and other questions on the COVID-19 omicron surge. (1/12/22)
Biden Administration to Send Out Millions of Tests to Help Keep Schools OpenSkyler Henry reports on the White House announcing plans to help keep schools open with greater COVID testing availability (1-12-2022)
New Cal OSHA COVID Rules for Workplace to Create Challenges for BusinessesWilson Walker reports on concerns raised over new Cal OSHA COVID rules set to go into effect (1-12-2022)
Newsom Urges Californians To Stay Strong During Omicron's SurgeAllen Martin reports on Gov. Gavin Newsom outlining the state's plans to address surging COVDI cases from omicron variant (1-12-2022)
Top Tech Trends in 2022CNET's Ian Sherr brings us highlights from CES in Las Vegas, and talks about the top tech trends to keep an eye out for in 2022
Status of California Cases Tied to Capitol RiotsKPIX 5's Allen Martin asks CBS News Congressional Correspondent Scott MacFarlane about the status of California cases tied to the January 6 Capitol riots
Weather Extra: 2021 Was 4th Hottest Year On Record In U.S.CBSN Bay Area chief meteorologist Paul Heggen takes a look back at the 2021 weather trends in America in the latest Weather Extra segment.
Most Bay Area Counties Not Considering Increased COVID restrictionsJustin Andrews reports on likelihood of other Bay Area counties announcing restrictions similar to latest health order from Sonoma County amid COVID case surge (1-12-2022)
Struggle to Get COVID Test Continues to Bay Area ResidentsJocelyn Moran reports on many Bay Area residents still having a hard time getting a COVID test amid the omicron surge (1-12-2022)

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