Berkeley Mayor Proposes Budget That Slashes Police BudgetBerkeley mayor Jesse Arreguín announced a budget proposal that would take nearly $10 million dollars out of the Berkeley police department budget. Andria Borba reports. (6-29-20)
Oakland City Concilwoman Proposes Converting Coliseum Parking Lot to Drive-In TheaterOakland council member Rebecca Kaplan and others are working with the Coliseum authority to install massive screens in the parking lot of the Coliseum to show movies and live baseball to socially-distanced fans. Don Ford reports. (6-29-20)
Hotel Rooms for Homeless Remain Empty as Nearby Camps RemainWhen the coronavirus pandemic hit, officials knew it could be a disaster if it spread among the homeless so the state-leased hotels for them. Why are so many rooms still empty? John Ramos reports from Alameda County. (6-29-20)
Monday Evening Pinpoint ForecastHere's the Bay Area pinpoint forecast from chief meteorologist Paul Heggen. (6-29-20)
Congress Holds Hearing on Removal of Protesters from Washington's Lafayette SquareLawmakers held a hearing about protests in the aftermath of the George Floyd killing. Natalie Brand reports from Washington DC. (6-29-20)
Alameda Neighbors Rally to Help Black Family Whose Cars Were Tagged With Racist GraffitiAfter a Black family living in Alameda found their cars vandalized with "All Lives Matter" in black spray paint their neighbors rallied to their support. Katie Nielsen reports. (6-29-20)
Fires Along Iron Horse Trail In Concord, Pleasant Hill Determined To Be ArsonA series of fires along a popular walking and cycling trail in Contra Costa County have been determined to be intentionally set, according to fire officials. (6/29/20)
KPIX Profiles Kansas City's Negro League Museum In 2014Dennis O'Donnell reports from Kansas City during the 2014 World Series. (6-29-20)
MEDICAL MONDAY: Road to Reopening CA Amid The Coronavirus PandemicCBSN Bay Area's Anne Makovec interviews Stanford Healthcare's Dr. Maja Artandi about the spike in COVID-19 cases as more counties begin reopening.
PRIDE AT 50: Jack talks about growing up a transgender teenSan Francisco Pride at 50 -- Jack talks about growing up as a transgender teen.
Basketball Star Ivan Rabb Assisting Mother's Oakland Restaurant During PandemicFormer Bishop O'Dowd High School and Cal star Ivan Rabb is helping his mom distribute free meals to those in need. (6-29-20)
Coronavirus Update: Gov. Newsom Noon News ConferenceGov. Gavin Newsom Monday talked about the state's response to rising COVID-19 case numbers and other data which led him to announce the immediate closure of bars in seven counties on Sunday. (6-29-20)
Protesters Outside Antioch City Hall Demand Removal of 2 OfficersProtesters calling for an end to police brutality gathered outside city hall in Antioch Monday, calling for the removal of two officers. Kiet Do reports. (6-29-20)
Giants Manager Gabe Kapler Preparing For ‘Summer Camp’The Giants will hold their first workout of MLB’s re-start program on Friday, and new manager Gabe Kapler has embraced all the pandemic modifications that come with it. He joined Dennis O’Donnell on Gameday from his home in San Francisco. (6-29-20)
Monday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeExpect breezy and warm conditions away from the coast on Monday, with highs in the 60s along the coast, approaching 90 inland. A Red Flag Warning has been declared for North Bay counties in hilly areas above 1,000 feet. Mary Lee has the forecast. (6/29/20)
CELEBRATING PRIDE: Celebrants gather in Castro amid COVID-19 restrictionsPride celebrants gather in Castro amid COVID-19 restrictions
ROLLING BACK REOPENINGS: Gov. Newsom orders bars to close on several counties and ask others to follow suit voluntarilyGov. Newsom orders bars to close on several counties and ask others to follow suit voluntarily
PIX NowHere's the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (6-28-20)
How a San Francisco Artist Made Rainbow Flag the Enduring Symbol of PrideBetty Yu reports on how San Francisco artist Gilbert Baker was chosen to design what would become the worldwide symbol of LGBT hope and pride. (6-28-20)
Oakland Students Use 3-D Printing to Make Face Shields for HospitalsMadison Park Academy students have created hundreds of face shields on 3D printers to donate to hospitals across the country amid the COVID-19 pandemic. (6-28-20)
Racial Justice Activists Confront Oakland Leaders on Police FundingIn Oakland on Sunday, Black Lives Matter protesters demanded that more money be spent on social services and less on cops. John Ramos reports. (6-28-20)
Police Investigate Oakland LGBTQ Community Center Vandalism as Hate CrimeThe Oakland police department is investigating an attack at the LGBTQ Community Center as a hate crime. Devin Fehely reports. (6-28-20)
Sunday Evening Pinpoint ForecastMeteorologist Darren Peck has the Bay Area microclimate forecast. (6-28-20)
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