Record Numbers Of Workers Quit Their Jobs, Labor Department FindsThe pandemic has caused seismic changes in the American workplace. And now, the latest labor statistics show that employees are quitting their jobs in record numbers. John Ramos reports. (10/13/21)
San Francisco Leaders Question Reasons Behind Walgreens Store ClosuresKen Bastida reports on San Francisco leaders disputing retail theft being the driving reason behind Walgreens store closures (10-13-2021)
As Downtown San Jose Grows, City Looks At Ending Parking RequirementsAs Downtown San Jose continues to grow and as BART is set to arrive in the coming years, officials are looking at ending parking requirements. But the change is not without its critics. Kiet Do reports. (10/13/21)
Theranos Trial: Judge May Release Juror Info From QuestionnairesIn the fraud and conspiracy trial of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes, the judge is considering whether to release private and personal information from juror questionnaires. Devin Fehely reports. (10/13/21)
California Joins Lawsuit Against Ghost Gun ManufacturersKenny Choi reports on California Attorney General announcing state will join lawsuit against online ghost gun manufacturers (10-13-2021)
East Bay Woman Provides Place of Healing for Homeless YouthSharon Chin reports on East Bay homeless advocate Sally Hindman and her transformative youth job-training program (10-13-2021)
'Star Trek' Actor William Shatner Edge of Space in Blue Origin RocketAllen Martin reports on 'Star Trek' Actor William Shatner becomes history's oldest astronaut during Blue Origin mission (10-13-2021)
Mass Vaccination Site in Vallejo ReopensWilson Walker reports on the reopening of a mass vaccination site in Vallejo for new booster shots. (10/13/2021)
Weather ExtraIn this week's segment, KPIX Meteorologist Darren Peck explains what the early Sierra snow means for this winter's long range forecast
Bay Area Businesses Impacted by Cargo Slowdown at California PortsAndria Borba reports on how cargo bottleneck at U.S. ports is impacting Bay Area businesses and shoppers (10-13-2021)
Employment Services Available for the DisabledOctober is National Disability Employment Awareness Month. KPIX 5's Len Kiese asks Pride Industries about the services they provide to people with disabilities
Wind-Fueled Alisal Fire In Santa Barbara County Explodes in SizeJamie Yuccas reports on erratic winds fueling the still growing Alisal Fire in Santa Barbara County(10-13-2021)
New Haunted Experience in San Francisco"The Immortal Reckoning" creator Peaches Christ tells us about the Halloween event at the San Francisco Mint
Dozens of Unvaccinated San Francisco Police Officers, Firemen Face DeadlineJustin Andrews reports on some San Francisco police officers and firefighters still resisting getting COVID vaccine as deadline arrives (10-13-2021)
State of California Joins San Francisco 'Ghost Gun' LawsuitAnne Makovec reports on State Attorney General Bonta announcing the state will join SF "ghost gun" lawsuit against kit manufacturers (10-13-2021)
Deadline For Proof of Vaccination Arrives For SF Workers In High-Risk SettingsIt is deadline day for employees who work in high-risk setting to show they've been fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Justin Andrews reports.
WayMo Cars Taking Over Quiet SF Dead End StreetA quiet neighborhood in San Francisco is seeing an explosion of WayMo cars. Wilson Walker looks into why this dead-end street is being taken over by these high-tech cars.
Los Gatos Mom Accused Of Partying With Young Teens, Sex, BoozeA Los Gatos mom is accused of throwing wild parties for teens where alcohol and underage sex were rampant. Maria Cid Medina tells us she allegedly bullied the youngsters and reveals deadly incidents caught on video.
Giants Fans Gather At Finnegan's In Novato For A Disappointing Game 4The Giants were handed a decisive 7-to-2 loss by the Dodgers Tuesday night in Game 4 of the NLDS. Andrea Nakano tells us Giants fans at Finnegan's in Novato who were on the edge of their barstools.
Walgreens Closing 5 San Francisco Stores Citing Chronic RobberiesFive Walgreens stores in San Francisco are closing their doors for good. Betty Yu reports the closures come amid an epidemic of retail robberies and asked city leaders what they are doing to help.
Salty Tap Water Forcing Marin Residents To Tote Their OwnSaltwater is showing up in public wells in Marin County. John Ramos tells it has forced residents to bottle and tote their own fresh water from filling stations.
San Jose Police Identify Man Suspected Of Killing Father Of 4Four months after Marco Santos was killed in his South San Jose apartment complex, police said they have identified a suspect in his murder. Devin Fehely reports. (10/12/21)
South San Francisco Facing Dire Shortage of Substitute TeachersKenny Choi reports on serious shortage of substitute teachers in South San Francisco amid return to in-person learning (10-12-2021)
NASA Researchers Introduce New Technology to Reduce Long Tarmac DelaysKiet Do reports on NASA tech that will reduce tarmac delays and fuel burned on runway (10-12-2021)