On Some City Blocks County Lines Don't Line Up With CA Color-Coded Plans For ReopeningBay Area businesses are waiting for their county to get permission to reopen, but as Joe Vazquez explains, in some cities the difference between opening or staying closed, could come down to one city block.
Red Tier Status Gives Green Light To Some South Bay Businesses To Reopen But Not OthersSanta Clara County moved up on the State's 4-tiered reopening plan, but as Maria Medina reports, some businesses that are now in the 'Red Tier' are not getting a green light.
PG&E Power Shutoff Leaves Santa Rosa Residents In The DarkA smoky day has given way to a very dark night in Santa Rosa. As Andrea Nakano reports, some small businesses and residents are feeling especially powerless.
No Escaping Smoky Air Blanketing Bay Area, Even IndoorsKiet Do reports. (9/8/20)
President Trump, Vice-President Biden Face Challenges On Campaign TrailPresident Trump stumped in North Carolina and former Vice-President Joe Biden released new ads slamming the president's performance in office. KPIX 5's Allen Martin talks to CBS Political Correspondent Ed O'Keefe on the challenges facing the candidates.
Public Safety Power Shutoff: Thousands Of Wine Country Residents Awaken Without ElectricityAcross Northern California's picturesque wine country, a patchwork of neighborhoods began Tuesday with no electricity or air conditioning, and refrigerators filled with thawing food as their power had been cut-off in a planned Pacific Gas & Electric outage. Wilson Walker reports people in the area are getting used to it. (9/8/20)
Some Businesses Still In Limbo Despite Santa Clara County's Improving COVID NumbersLen Ramirez reports on restaurants and other businesses facing indefinite closure for indoor operations in Santa Clara County, despite move to Red Tier (9+8+2020)
Calistoga Power Backup System Missing In Action During PG&E Power ShutoffA microgrid system built to supply downtown Calistoga with power did not rise to the occasion during Tuesday's planned PG&E power shutoff. Wilson Walker reports. (9/8/20)
15 Marin Schools Reopen After Waivers Get ApprovedMore than a dozen Marin County welcomed back students on Tuesday. John Ramos reports on the first day of school.
Rapid, Inexpensive, Easy COVID-19 Saliva Test Could Soon Be AvailableElizabeth Cook reports on cheap, fast new COVID-19 test being developed at Harvard Medical School (9-8-2020)
Students Rising Above Annual Gala Fundraiser Goes Online With 'Hamilton' Star Darnell AbrahamIt was a much smaller affair than the galas of years past, but Students Rising Above's 17th annual fundraiser at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in San Francisco brought star power with a lot of heart. The live-streamed event treated its virtual crowd to a special appearance by none other than George Washington himself, played by Darnell Abraham, star of San Francisco's production of Hamilton. Michelle Griego reports. (9/8/20)
How San Mateo Co. Registrar Is Protecting Votes From Hackers, CyberattacksElection 2020 is weeks away and voters will soon begin casting their mail-in ballots. The San Mateo County Registrar of Voters talked to KPIX 5's Devin Fehely about how they are preparing to to defend the election from hackers and cyberattacks.
Pinpoint Weather Forecast For Tuesday EveningBay Area continues gradual cool down over the course of the week, with air conditions expected to improve considerably by the weekend (9-8-2020)
Students And Parents Rally To Reopen Mountain View Schools For In-Person ClassesMaria Medina reports on group organizing rally to protest closure of schools due to coronavirus pandemic (9-8-2020)
Raw Video: Santa Clara County Briefing On Moving To 'Red Tier' Of ReopeningSanta Clara Counsel James Williams gives an update on the county moving to the "red tier" in the reopening process, which allows for indoor operations of gyms, personal care services and possibly the opening of schools to in-person learning.
Public Safety Power Shutoff: Thousands Of Wine Country Residents Awaken Without ElectricityA patchwork of neighborhoods in the North Bay were without power Tuesday afternoon after electricity was cut off by PG&E amid fire danger. Emily Turner reports. (9/8/20)
College and COVID-19Dr. Stacie Vilendrer with Stanford Health Care, talks to CBSN Bay Area about how colleges are adjusting to the Coronavirus outbreak.
Raw Video: Rescued Campers From Creek Fire Arrive At Fresno Yosemite AirportCalifornia National Guard video shows 46 people and four dogs arriving at the Fresno Yosemite International Airport after being rescued from Lake Edison by a Stockton-based Cal Guard CH-47 Chinook helicopter. (9/8/20)
Power Shutoffs Leave Some Wine Country Residents In The DarkThousands of PG&E customers are in the dark early Tuesday as part of the utility's Public Safety Power Shutoffs program to reduce wildfire risk. Emily Turner reports. (9/8/20)
Tuesday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeAfter the Labor Day weekend heat wave, expect cooler conditions by the coast and Bay on Tuesday, while inland highs remain above 100. A Red Flag Warning remains in effect for the North Bay and East Bay hills, along with the Santa Cruz Mountains. Mary Lee has the forecast. (9/8/20)
Santa Cruz Beaches Reopen After Closing On Record, Hot Holiday WeekendA lot of people wanted to escape the heat at the beaches in Santa Cruz despite the fact they were closed. Maria Medina reports it was difficult to keep them away.
Santa Rosa Residents Prepare For More PG&E Power ShutoffsThe red flag warning in the North Bay mountains has forced the city of Santa Rosa Fire to prepare for another Public Safety Power Shutoff. Andrea Nakano tells us for people living are getting accustomed to the blackouts.