After the start of baseball season was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic, Giants players on Friday begin training for a shortened season expected to start later this month. Vern Glenn reports from Oracle Park. (7/3/20)
Project Home: Federal Court Strikes Down CDC Eviction Moratorium, What Does It Mean For Bay Area?A federal judge ruled Wednesday the Centers for Disease Control have no authority to impose a nationwide eviction moratorium, saying the public health agency doesn’t have the constitutional right to stop evictions. Susie Steimle reports. (5/5/21)
COVID Recovery: Bay Area Restaurants Struggle To Find Staff As Customers ReturnAhead of what is expected to be a big Mother's Day weekend for restaurants in the Bay Area, many establishments are struggling to find workers. Andrea Nakano reports. (5/5/21)
Fire Crews Contain 15-Acre Vegetation Fire In Discovery BayFire crews in Contra Costa County have contained a brush fire in Discovery Bay that grew to approximately 15 acres Wednesday evening. Investigators said the fire was likely started by fireworks. (5/5/21)
Details Emerge About Man Suspected Of Stabbing 2 Older Asian Women In San FranciscoDetails have emerged about a man suspected of stabbing two older Asian women in San Francisco while they were waiting for the bus. Betty Yu reports. (5/5/21)
1 Dead, 1 Injured In Shooting Near San Jose ParkOne man was killed and another man was injured in a shooting near a park in San Jose Wednesday evening. (5/5/21)
Maestro Roderick Cox Conducts SF Opera's Amazing Return To Stage - 'The Barber Of Seville'Berlin-based American Maestro Roderick Cox talks to Black Renaissance host Jan Mabry about returning to the stage after more than a year of COVID as SF Opera presents the first-ever drive-in opera, "The Barber of Seville". For tickets and information visit sfopera.com.
Facebook Upholds Ban On Former President Trump's AccountAn oversight board upheld the decision to ban former President Trump's account from Facebook and Instagram. Devin Fehely takes a closer look at the decision.
COVID: Grandparents, Grandkids Finally Get To Hug Each Other At Palo Alto Retirement CommunityA group of Bay Area Seniors were able to hug their loved ones for the first time since the pandemic. John Ramos was in Palo Alto for the heartwarming reunion.
San Francisco Police Identify Suspect in Market Street Stabbing of 2 WomenKenny Choi reports on new details emerging about the suspect who was arrested in the stabbing of two Asian women on San Francisco's Market Street (5-5-2021)
Drought Renews Battle Between Farmers, Environmentalists Over California Water RightsJuliette Goodrich reports on the pressure for Gov. Gavin Newsom to issue a formal drought declaration, and those who say that a declaration would hurt the environment. (5/5/21)
Wednesday Night Weather forecast With Paul HeggenAfter several days of warmer than average temperatures, expect foggy conditions over much of the Bay Area Wednesday night. On Thursday, highs should range from the 60s along the coast, to the low 80s inland. Conditions will warm up again just in time for Mother's Day weekend. Temperatures Paul Heggen has the forecast. (5/5/21)
SF Students, Parents Protest Racial Profiling of 5th Grader by Security at Castro SafewayAndria Borba reports on students, teachers and parents protesting at the Castro Safeway in response to racial profiling of a black Harvey Milk Civil Rights Academy 5th grader (5-5-2021)
Oakland Man's Non-Profit Refurbishes Thousands Of Used Computers, Laptops To Help Close Digital DivideAn Oakland man leading a technology nonprofit had a big part in helping close the digital divide among the city's students during the pandemic switch to virtual learning. Sharon Chin reports. (5/5/21)
Incarcerated People Share Reactions To Derek Chauvin Guilty VerdictThe Prison Journalism Project received responses from incarcerated people and correctional officers from across the county about the Derek Chauvin verdict. CBSN Bay Area's Len Kiese spoke with Yukari Kane, co-founder of the Prison Journalism Project, and Richard Richardson, former executive editor of San Quentin News about those reactions and how Chauvin may be treated in prison.
San Jose Man Killed In Hit-and-Run Collision After Falling Off Electric UnicyclePolice are looking for a driver who drove off after fatally hitting a man who had fallen off his electric unicycle in San Jose Tuesday night. Len Ramirez reports. (5/5/21)
Bay Area Students Convicted In Slaying Of Italian Police Officer Get Life In PrisonKen Bastida reports on two Bay Area men receiving the maximum sentence after being convicted of killing Rome police officer in 2019 (5-5-2021)
Raw Video: Police At Scene of Fatal Hit-and-Run Of Unicyclist In San JosePolice are looking for a driver who drove off after fatally hitting a man who had fallen off his electric unicycle in San Jose Tuesday night.
John Cox Brings 'Beastly' Gubernatorial Campaign To San Francisco Treasure IslandRepublican gubernatorial candidate John Cox brought his 'Meet the Beast Bus Tour' to Treasure Island in San Francisco Wednesday. (5/5/21)
Facebook Oversight Committee Upholds Former President Donald Trump's SuspensionFacebook's Oversight Board ruled Wednesday the social media platform was right in suspending former President Donald Trump's account in the wake of comments associated with January's Capitol Riot, but told the company it needs to reconsider a permanent ban.
Bay Area Food Banks Still In Need For Donations Amid COVID-19CBSN Bay Area talks to Diana Brennan with The Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano about the need for donations and an upcoming drive-in fundraiser on May 13th.
'Kids Say the Darndest Things' Airs TonightCBSN Bay Area's DJ Sixsmith talks to comedienne, Tiffany Haddish. She is the host of 'Kids Say the Darndest Things', which airs Wednesday at 8PM on KPIX.
UPDATE Trump Facebook Decision: Facebook Oversight Committee Upholds Former President Donald Trump's SuspensionFacebook Oversight Committee Upholds Former President Donald Trump's Suspension From Social Media Platform