The CDC and the state of California are reviewing whether anyone out in public should wear a mask during the coronavirus pandemic. (4/1/20)
Bay Area Police Demonstrate Varied Tactics In Handling George Floyd DemonstrationsWhen the George Floyd protests began in earnest on Friday, we saw different responses by different Bay Area police forces. John Ramos spoke with some experts in the field about the proper way to handle the mayhem. (6/1/20)
San Francisco Weighs Permanent COVID-19 Eviction ProtectionsSusie Steimle reports on San Francisco supervisor pushing to make COVID-19 eviction protections permanent (6-1-2020)
Trump Promises Aggressive Military Action On Violent George Floyd ProtestsBetty Yu reports on president saying he will order U.S. military to quell protests if local governments don't succeed (6-1-2020)
Tear Gas, Rubber Bullets Fired As Curfew Falls On Oakland Protest; Police Briefly Detain KPIX 5 ReporterPolice dispersed group of protesters in the streets of downtown Oakland Monday night, using tear gas and rubber bullets on people who were demonstrating past the time of a curfew in effect for Oakland and all of Alameda County. (6/1/20)
San Francisco Stays Largely Quiet Under Curfew Monday NightJoe Vazquez reports on San Francisco residents reacting to living under curfew this week (6-1-2020)
Richmond Police Arrest Looters At Hilltop Mall; Officer Hit By Car Suffers Minor InjuriesAllen Martin reports on looters descending on Hilltop Mall in Richmond on Monday night (6-1-2020)
Monday Night Forecast With Paul HeggenMajor warm up on Tuesday.
Thousands Protest In Oakland To Demand Justice For George FloydPolice dispersed a large group of protesters in the streets of downtown Oakland Monday night, using tear gas on people who were demonstrating past the time of a curfew in effect for Oakland and all of Alameda County. Katie Nielsen files a report from the minutes before the tear gas was deployed.
George Floyd Demonstrators Block Interstate 680 In Walnut CreekThe California Highway Patrol cleared Interstate 680 in Walnut Creek of demonstrators after they blocked traffic in both directions Monday afternoon. Andria Borba reports. (6/1/20)
Southbay NAACP President Teaches New Generation About Non-Violent ProtestThe debate over protests dates back to the Civil Rights movement. Devin Fehely talked to a man who is trying to teach a new generation of activists about the old ways of non-violent protest from the 60s and 70s.
Thousands Of Bay Area Residents Volunteer For Human Challenge COVID-19 Vaccine ResearchJuliette Goodrich reports on many volunteers in the Bay Area registering to participate in human challenge COVID-19 vaccine trial (6-1-2020)
George Floyd Protesters Block Highways Different Parts Of Bay AreaAuthorities in the North Bay, Peninsula and East Bay were busy early Monday evening as protesters blocked lanes of several highways. (6/1/20)
Century-Old Chinese Hospital Helped Keep San Francisco's Chinatown Out Of COVID-19 FraySharon Chin reports on success Chinese Hospital in San Francisco had keeping coronavirus at bay from city's Chinatown (6-1-2020)
Tear Gas, Rubber Bullets Used On Washington, DC Demonstrators As Trump Threatens To Deploy Military To Quell ProtestsPresident Trump said Monday he would deploy the military against protesters if local officials cannot stop violence that has erupted in some areas. (6/1/20)
Hundreds Of Protesters March Through Streets Of Walnut CreekAndria Borba reports on nearly a thousand people marching in Walnut Creek George Floyd protest a day after looters hit local stores (6-1-2020)
Jamie Foxx Joins Mayor Breed At Kneel-In On SF City Hall StepsActor, activist Jamie Foxx joined Mayor London Breed, faith ministers and protesters at a peaceful kneel-in in front of San Francisco City Hall Monday, to protest violence against black men and communities of color.
Demonstrators Hold Peaceful But Loud Protest In Castro ValleyHundreds of protesters gathered in Castro Valley Monday in a loud demonstration that did not see any violence, vandalism, or looting. Don Ford reports. (6/1/20)
Where Are They Now: Bay to Breakers Heart Attack SurvivorKen Byk suffered cardiac arrest moments after he crossed the finish line at the 2010 Bay to Breakers race. Dennis O'Donnell updates his story a decade later. (6-1-20)
RAW: Gov. Gavin Newsom Addresses Ongoing George Floyd Protests And UnrestCalifornia Governor Gavin Newsom on Monday described the racism fueling the last five days of civil unrest "a pandemic on top of a pandemic" (6-1-2020)
Keeping South Bay Brewery Afloat Is a Team Effort Says Former MLB All-Star Kevin YoukilisLoma Brewing Company owner Kevin Youkilis is patiently waiting the green light to re-open his taproom in downtown Los Gatos. (6-1-20)
Dozens Of Cars Stolen From Dodge Dealership During San Leandro LootingIn one of the cities hardest hit by civil unrest, looting and destruction, a San Leandro car dealership was taking stock Monday of the damage and loss from looters, including the theft of dozen of new cars. Kiet Do reports. (6/1/20)
Raw Video: San Francisco Officials Provide Update Weekend Protests, Looting, ArrestsSan Francisco Police Chief Bill Scott, Fire Chief Jeanine Nicholson, and Sheriff Paul Miyamoto provided an update on the events that transpired in the city over the weekend during which there were protests, looting, vandalism and arrests. (6/1/20)
San Francisco Arrests: Police say a backpack containing Molotov cocktails was seized following loud explosionPolice say a backpack containing Molotov cocktails was seized following loud explosion
Monday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeThe first day of June should be mild through much of the Bay Area, with highs in the 60s along the coast, up to the low 80s inland. Temperatures will warm up significantly on Tuesday and Wednesday, particularly inland, where highs could approach 100. Mary Lee has the forecast. (6/1/20)