Better Together: San Jose Church Fights Hunger During Coronavirus PandemicThe amount of hunger and hardship caused by the coronavirus was put into perspective at a food giveaway Thursday at the Cathedral of Faith church in San Jose. Len Ramirez reports. (4-9-20)
Sierra Aviation Company Flies Coronavirus Supplies To Bay Area Health Workers, 1st RespondersA distillery and charter pilot company in the Sierra are teaming up to help protect Bay Area authorities and healthcare workers from coronavirus. Don Ford reports. (4-8-2020)
Better Together: Women's Motorcycle Club Delivers PPE To First RespondersDames That Care, a Bay Area women's motorcycle club, is making special deliveries of personal protective equipment to first responders. Don Ford reports. (4-7-2020)
Oakland Grammy Winner Fantastic Negrito Connects Fans With Quarantine SongTwo-time Grammy Award-winning artist Fantastic Negrito asked fans what they were doing during the coronavirus pandemic. Allen Martin reports. (4-6-2020)
Better Together: San Jose Restaurant Provides Hot Meals For Those On COVID-19 Front LinesDevin Fehely reports on South Bay's West Coast Beef Company giving away meals to firefighters and hospital workers (4-6-2020)
California EDD Struggles To Keep Up With Staggering Surge In Unemployment ClaimsCalifornia's Employment Development Department says it’s doing the best it can with a historic surge in unemployment claims, but some people are running out of patience. (4-6-2020)
Better Together: Pacifica Distillery Makes Small Batch SanitizerMichelle Griego reports on how a Pacifica distillery has shifted from making signature vodka, rum and gin to manufacturing sanitizer (4-6-2020)
Honoring Medical Workers on the FrontlinesNurses Nanami Takeuchi and Chelsea Seradilla Benigno from San Jose's Santa Clara Valley Medical Center performed "The Prayer" before their shift. The performance wasn't played for an audience, but to honor all medical professionals on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. Video: Facebook: Nanami Takeuchi
VIDEO: Rico Suave's 'Birdy' Dancing Workout During COVID-19 Stay At Home OrderGianni from Pleasanton shows us how his feathered friend, 'Rico Suave' stays fit during the coronavirus stay at home orders.
East Bay Restaurant Feeds Burritos to Emergency Workers on COVID-19 Front LineEmeryville-based Best Coast Burritos is rallying support for first responders by sending burritos to feed emergency staff in the East Bay. Andrea Nakano reports. (4-3-20)
4-Year-Old Boy Fighting Leukemia Endangered By COVID-19 Reducing Blood SupplyAllen Martin reports on UCSF medical students holding blood drive as coronavirus pandemic drastically reduces supply (4-3-2020)
With Restaurants Shuttered, Napa Farmer Sells Fresh Eggs Direct to PublicIf you’re looking for eggs at your local market, then you need to start thinking outside the carton. There’s a farm in Napa that has all the eggs you want. Don Ford reports. (4-3-20)
Better Together: Mountain View Children's Theater Company Makes Masks for Health WorkersWith health officials now urging all of us to wear face coverings when we leave home, a children's theater company in Mountain View is showing we're all better together. Devin Fehely reports. (4-3-20)
MAKING A MASK: KPIX 5 Anchor Liz Cook shows you how to make a maskKPIX 5 Anchor Liz Cook shows you how to make a mask
LIAM'S LIST: KCBS reporter Liam Mayclem weekly list on how best to survive the current coronavirus outbreak.KCBS reporter Liam Mayclem will be providing KPIX 5 users with a weekly tip list on how best to survive the current coronavirus outbreak.
San Jose Launches Online Map Tracking Silicon Valley Food Aid ResourcesThe city of San Jose has launched a new online map compiling more than 400 locations where food is distributed to needy families in Santa Clara County enduring hardships during the coronavirus pandemic. Kiet Do reports. (4-2-20)
Small Berkeley Business Retools Operations to Build PPEBetter Together: Don Ford visits a small, family-run business that developed a simple way to make much-needed face shields for health care workers. (4-2-20)
Mill Valley Hair Stylists Help Stuck-At-Home Clients With DIY Coloring KitsThe shelter-in-place order shut down barbers and hair salons, which means before long, people will begin looking a little different. So, some stylists are helping their clients who want to become do-it-yourselfers. John Ramos reports. (4-1-2020)
Some Businesses On A Hiring Binge During Coronavirus PandemicWhile many people in the Bay Area have been furloughed or had their hours cut because of the coronavirus pandemic, there are other companies in the Bay Area on a hiring binge. Juliette Goodrich reports. (4/1/20)
Oakland Zoo Launches Live, Interactive Virtual TourThe shelter-in-place order has shut down popular public attractions. The Oakland zoo has come up with a clever way for people to see the animals from the comfort of their homes. Don Ford reports. (4-1-2020)
Raw Video: Teachers From Donlon Elementary in Pleasanton Parade Through Students' NeighborhoodsLed by members of the Pleasanton Police Department, teachers from Donlon Elementary School in Pleasanton held a rolling parade through their students' neighborhoods Wednesday, lifting spirits and eliciting smiles and waves from students and families sheltering at home because of the coronavirus pandemic. (4/1/20)
Talking To Your Child About COVID-19KPIX morning anchor Michelle Griego discusses the impacts the coronavirus pandemic has on kids. To get more of a perspective, she talks about it with her daughter Gianna who is in middle school.
After Layoffs, East Bay Steakhouse Caters To First Responders Working In IsolationA high-end steakhouse in the East Bay was forced to lay off dozens of workers due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the kitchen remains hard at work catering to police and fire dispatchers working in isolation. Don Ford reports. (3-31-2020)
SF Dentists Court Risk Of COVID-19 Contamination To Treat Emergency PatientsWhen California banned all non-urgent medical procedures, a lot of dental offices closed down. But as John Ramos reports, a few stayed open to handle dental emergencies, even though they are some of the highest risk healthcare workers in the country.

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