Tuesday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeTuesday will be dry, with highs ranging from the 60s along the coast to the low 80s inland. By Wednesday, clouds will develop over the Bay Area and showers are possible. Mary Lee has the forecast. (10/15/19)
Scooter Companies Set To Expand In San FranciscoAfter being banned from San Francisco streets last year, several scooter companies are set to deploy 2,500 scooters over the next few months. KPIX 5 reporter Jackie Ward talks to Lime general manager EV Ellington about the company's plans. (10/15/19)
PG&E Facing Harsh Backlash, Sanctions After Widespread Power OutagesAfter last week’s Public Safety Power Shutoff by PG&E that left more than 700,000 customers without power, Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday called on the utility to give a credit or rebate to affected residents and businesses. Betty Yu reports. (10-14-2019)
Surge Of Evictions Prompts Daly City To Consider Emergency LegislationA surge of evictions in Daly City has the city council considering emergency legislation. Joe Vazquez reports. (10-14-2019)
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Raw Video: 4.5 Quake Sends Products Off Auto Zone Shelves In East BayThis was taken at the Auto Zone on Pacheco Boulevard in Concord after the earthquake. (10-14-2019)
Tiny Homes: A Movement Or A Solution To Homelessness?It’s a small but growing movement in the Bay Area: living tiny. Community leaders are increasingly deploying tiny homes to help the homeless. Susie Steimle reports. (10-14-2019)
4.5 Magnitude Earthquake Rocks Near Pleasant HillA 4.5 magnitude struck south of Pleasant Hill on Monday evening, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. Another 2.5 magnitude quake struck near the same area at around the same time. (10-14-2019)
#DeleteFacebook Trends After Report Says Zuckerberg Secretly Dined With ConservativesThe hashtag #DeleteFacebook was trending on Twitter after reports surfaced that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was holding secret dinner meetings at his home over the summer with conservative figures. Maria Medina reports. (10-14-2019)
Rare Salvador Dalí Work Stolen From Fine Art Gallery In San FranciscoA rare and famous etching by Salvador Dalí was quickly stolen from a San Francisco art gallery on Sunday. (10-14-2019)
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Shark Tank Unveils Diverse Food Lineup For 2019-2020 NHL SeasonFrom Greek food to chicken tacos and even Dole Whip pineapple ice cream, the Shark Tank is literally taking a bite out of this season. (10-13-2019)
Man Arrested For Fatal Santa Rosa DUI Crash That Killed Homeless Woman In Her CarVeronica De La Cruz reports on the driver arrested for suspected DUI after crash kills homeless woman and her dog (10-14-2019)
1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake Forced Profound Changes Across The Bay AreaThirty years ago, this week, the Loma Prieta Earthquake rocked the Bay Area, forcing profound changes. John Ramos shows us the places where the shaking left a lasting memory.
No Easy Fix For PG&E's Chaotic Public Safety Power ShutdownPG&E admits it needs to do better the next time it decides to carry out a 'public safety power shutdown,' which brought chaos and confusion to Bay Area ratepayers. Wilson Walker tells us the fixes won't be easy.
Half Moon Bay Farmers Facing New ChallengesLen Ramirez reports on struggling farmers in Half Moon Bay adjusting to international competition, labor costs (10-14-2019)
5 Hospitalized After Cable Car Collision In San Francisco's Nob HillFive people have been hospitalized in connection with a collision involving a cable car in San Francisco's Nob Hill neighborhood Monday afternoon. (10-14-2019)
Neighbors Build Wooden Wall To Deter Homeless, Crime In SF's InglesideA pedestrian pathway in San Francisco is at the center of a new fight over pushing out the homeless. Neighbors fed up with the mess and crime thought putting up a wooden wall would give them some peace. Andria Borba reports. (10-14-2019)
Governor Signs Law To Push Back School Start TimesJuliette Goodrich reports on kids and parents reacting to Gov. Newsom signing law mandating later school start times (10-14-2019)
Monday Evening Forecast with Darren Peck(1014/19)
Meet The Co-Owners Of Oakland's Black-Owned Cannabis Dispensary 'Blunts & Moore''Blunts and Moore' co-owners Brittany Moore and Alphonso T. Blunt talk to BR's Christin Ayers about how they came to own Oakland's first pot dispensary created through the city's cannabis equity program which aims to repair the harm the war on drugs did to black and brown communities. Find out if there is a cannabis equity program in your community, and if there isn't, make it happen.