Hayward Police Warn of Fentanyl That Looks Like Bubble GumHayward police have found fentanyl that's being produced in a gum-like form with a color-coated system to categorize its strength. Wilson Walker reports. (10-14-21)
Fans, Players Keyed Up for Epic Giants-Dodgers ShowdownTeam coverage from Oracle Park by Vern Glenn and Max Darrow as fans begin arriving for what may be the most important face-off between major league baseball's oldest rivalry. (10-14-21)
Travel TalkKPIX 5's Allen Martin talks to CBS News Senior Travel Adviser Peter Greenberg about the reopening of borders for vaccinated travelers, and the return of cruise ships to San Francisco
Halloween Monster Movie Double FeatureThe Town of Danville presents 'Little Shop of Horrors' and Tim Burton's 'Beetlejuice' at the Village Theatre on Friday, October 29
Next Door Solutions To Domestic Violence Offers Resources To VictimsOctober is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and a Santa Clara Co. agency wants to help victims at no cost. KPIX 5's Amanda Starrantino talks to Executive Director of Next Door Solutions To Domestic Violence, Esther Peralez-Dieckmann, about how victims can take the first step towards getting help.
Officials Say 90,000 COVID Deaths Since June Could Have Been AvoidedSkyler Henry reports continuing legal battles over COVID vaccine mandates as figures indicate tens of thousands of unvaccinated U.S. died needlessly (10-14-2021)
San Francisco Preps for Decisive Game 5 of NLDS Between Giants and DodgersTeam coverage of the anticipation surrounding Thursday night's NLDS Game 5 at Oracle Park (10-14-2021)
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Oracle Park To Host Epic Giants-Dodgers Winner-Take-All GameThe Giants' record-breaking season has come down a winner-take-all NLDS Game5 against the Dodgers at Oracle Park Thursday. Justin Andrews reports.
Millbrae Man Accused Of Running Multiple Neighborhood Brothels, Illegal Marijuana GrowsA Peninsula man was arrested for allegedly running multiple neighborhood brothels in Millbrae and Daly City, along with a number of illegal marijuana growing operations in the county. Katie Johnston reports.
Body Clock Boost: Afternoon Exercise May Provide An Edge For Getting In Shape, Researchers SayWhen it comes to working out and getting in shape, researchers say it may not be how you exercise, but the time of day may give you an edge. Amanda Starrantino reports. (10/13/21)
Bay Area Businesses Hope For Resolution To Logjam At California PortsThere is hope is on the horizon at California ports where delays unloading cargo ships have crippled the supply chain, impacting businesses in the Bay Area and across the country ahead of the holidays. Katie Nielsen reports. (10/13/21)
COVID: Bay Area Pediatricians Prepare As FDA Mulls Authorizing Vaccine For Kids 5-11Young children, ages 5 to 11, could get the COVID-19 vaccine as soon as next month if it gets authorization by the FDA. Meanwhile, pediatricians in the Bay Area are already preparing. Maria Cid Medina reports. (10/13/21)
COVID: SFPOA Says 120 Unvaccinated Police Officers Would Be Off Job As Deadline ArrivesThe union representing San Francisco police officers said about 120 officers would be off the job as the deadline arrives to comply with the city's COVID-19 vaccine mandate. Andrea Nakano reports. (10/13/21)
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San Francisco Vaccine Mandate Deadline ArrivesMax Darrow reports on how San Francisco businesses and the city government itself is handling the vaccine mandate deadline that was met on Wednesday. (10/13/2021)
Record Numbers Of Workers Quit Their Jobs, Labor Department FindsThe pandemic has caused seismic changes in the American workplace. And now, the latest labor statistics show that employees are quitting their jobs in record numbers. John Ramos reports. (10/13/21)
San Francisco Leaders Question Reasons Behind Walgreens Store ClosuresKen Bastida reports on San Francisco leaders disputing retail theft being the driving reason behind Walgreens store closures (10-13-2021)
As Downtown San Jose Grows, City Looks At Ending Parking RequirementsAs Downtown San Jose continues to grow and as BART is set to arrive in the coming years, officials are looking at ending parking requirements. But the change is not without its critics. Kiet Do reports. (10/13/21)
Theranos Trial: Judge May Release Juror Info From QuestionnairesIn the fraud and conspiracy trial of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes, the judge is considering whether to release private and personal information from juror questionnaires. Devin Fehely reports. (10/13/21)
California Joins Lawsuit Against Ghost Gun ManufacturersKenny Choi reports on California Attorney General announcing state will join lawsuit against online ghost gun manufacturers (10-13-2021)
East Bay Woman Provides Place of Healing for Homeless YouthSharon Chin reports on East Bay homeless advocate Sally Hindman and her transformative youth job-training program (10-13-2021)