Warriors Fans Roar Their Support for Return of Klay ThompsonA star-studded, sold-out Chase Center crowd greeted the return of Warriors star Klay Thompson Sunday. Betty Yu reports. (1-9-22)
Study Examines Risk of Blood Donated by Sexually Active Gay MenA blood shortage exacerbated by the COVID pandemic is adding support to an effort to change the FDA's longstanding ban on donations by sexually active gay men. John Ramos reports. (1-9-22)
Record December Rains Draw Spawning Salmon to Marin County CreeksIn July, Marin County creeks were almost bone dry. Now there's so much water running through them that salmon are spawning like no one has seen for decades. John Ramos reports (1-8-22)
Bay Area Mayors Call on Congress to Aid Struggling RestaurantsThree Bay Area mayors sent a letter to Congress saying that, without a financial boost, a wave of independent bars and restaurants could close for good. Da Lin reports. (1-8-22)
Attempted Car Break-In Ends in Gunfire Outside San Francisco HomeA San Francisco resident sprang into action when he saw car burglars at work. Then things turned violent. Betty Yu reports. (1-7-22)
Peninsula Restaurateur Hit With Lawsuit by Serial ADA Filer Over ParkletA San Carlos restaurant owner was sued by a man who has filed thousands of lawsuits against California businesses over alleged violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Maria Cid Medina reports. (1-7-22)
Omicron Impacts Staffing, Service at Bay Area Transit AgenciesPublic transit agencies across the Bay Area are struggling with staffing as the omicron coronavirus variant continues to impact service. Shawn Chitnis reports. (1-7-22)
Pleasanton Begins Dismantling Downtown Parklet SheltersPleasanton is telling downtown businesses to remove parklets and remaining outdoor setups, putting a number of business owners in a tough spot. Juliette Goodrich reports. (1-7-22)
Supply Chain Crisis Crimps Furniture Supply as Demand SoarsDemand for furniture is peaking at a time when deliveries are back-logged. Len Ramirez reports. (1-7-22)
3 Sentenced to Life in Prison for Arbery SlayingThree men who chased and killed Ahmaud Arbery have been sentenced to life in prison. (1-7-22)
Demonstrations in Bay Area Mark Jan. 6 With Call to Strengthen Voting RightsIn the Bay Area, people gathered in several cities at vigils commemorating the anniversary of a violent attack on our nation’s Capitol that took place Jan. 6, 2021. Andrea Nakano reports. (1-6-22)
Lost Recording of Johnny Cash Concert in San Francisco FoundA sonic time capsule reveals a lost chapter of Bay Area history featuring country music icon Johnny Cash. Juliette Goodrich reports. (1-6-22)
SF Supervisor Questions Proposed Millennium Tower FixThe fix for San Francisco’s sinking and tilting Millennium Tower was the focal point once again of a city-run hearing on Thursday. Max Darrow reports. (1-6-22)
Future Uncertain for Fading Mountain View Shopping CenterA once-popular South Bay mall is now a ghost town. Kiet Do reports. (1-6-22)
Jan. 6 Anniversary: Bay Area Congresswoman on Capitol SiegeKPIX 5's Ryan Yamamoto spoke with Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-San Jose) about the status of the investigation of the Jan. 6, 2021 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. (1-6-22)
East Bay Native Ryan Yamamoto Is New KPIX News AnchorHe's taken a while to get back to the Bay Area where he grew up but Ryan Yamamoto is here now, the newest member of the KPIX news team. (1-6-22)
Somber Ceremonies Mark 1-Year Anniversary of Capitol Siege in Washington D.C.Natalie Brand reports on the ceremonies in Washington D.C. Thursday marking the first anniversary of the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol (1-6-2022)
Bay Area Marks 1 Year Since Deadly January 6 Attack On CapitolThursday is the one year anniversary of the deadly insurrection on the U.S. Capitol, which left five people dead and dozens more wounded. Maria Cid Medina reports. (1/5/22)
Twins Bring San Rafael High Girls' Basketball To Winning StartThe girls' basketball program at San Rafael High has reached the 10 win mark before conference play, with the help of twins Marucelia and Ambelia Rodas. Vern Glenn reports. (1/4/22)
VTA May Need Power of Eminent Domain for Downtown San Jose BART ProjectLen Ramirez reports on some of the businesses that could be forced to relocate for construction of downtown San Jose BART project (1-5-2022)
Mill Valley Man Wanted in Jan. 6th Capitol Riot Finds Refuge in BelarusJohn Ramos reports on Jan. 6 Capitol riot fugitive from Mill Valley seeking political asylum in Belarus (1-5-2022)
Oakland Rep. Barbara Lee Remembers Jan. 6 Insurrection at the U.S. CapitolAnne Makovec interviews Oakland Rep. Barbara Lee about her experience during the Jan. 6 siege of the U.S. Capitol a year after the insurrection (1-5-2022)
Alameda County Sheriff's Dept. Recruit Killed in Oakland Freeway Shooting IdentifiedAndria Borba reports on the identity of the Alameda County Sheriff's Dept. recruit killed in an Oakland freeway shooting Tuesday (1-5-2022)
Brazen Thieves Breaking Into Home Garages In San FranciscoBurglars are targeting home garages in San Francisco, using makeshift tools to break in. Betty Yu shows us one homeowner whose garage was hit while the family was inside their home, asleep.

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