San Jose City Council Members Condemn Racist Attack Ads SVO ControversyKiet Do reports on how five San Jose City Council members denounced groups like Silicon Valley Organization using racist ads for during tough elections.
San Jose City Council Members Condemn Racist Attack Ads SVO ControversyKiet Do reports on how five San Jose City Council members denounced groups like Silicon Valley Organization using racist ads for during tough elections.
Bay Area Cities' Coronavirus Infection Rate Below Nation AverageWhile COVID-19 cases are spiking in many parts of the country, the Bay Area is doing better than most other big cities. In fact, San Francisco has the lowest death rate and some of the lowest case rates in the nation. Katie Nielsen reports. (10-29-20)
Final Presidential Debate: More Civil But Will Opinions Change?Pres. Donald Trump and former vice president Joe Biden faced off Thursday night and millions watched. Early reactions seemed to suggest little change in the presidential race. Team coverage. (10-22-20)
Prop. 25 Intends to Reform Cash Bail in CaliforniaDevin Fehely on the pros and cons of Proposition 25, which will end cash bail in the state,
California Sen. Feinstein Takes Heat Over Warm Words for Lindsey GrahamSen. Dianne Feinstein’s kind words directed at Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), along with a friendly hug, have stirred outrage among prominent liberals. Joe Vazquez reports. (10-15-20)
Amy Coney Barrett SCOTUS Nomination Edges Toward ConfirmationRepublicans powered Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett closer to confirmation Thursday, pushing past Democratic objections. (10-15-20)
Trump Set to Return to Campaigning as Biden Stumps in NevadaPres. Trump will head back on the campaign trail on Monday and, tomorrow, he'll host an event from the White House. Meanwhile, Joe Biden hit the campaign trail in the battleground state of Nevada. Debra Alfarone reports from Washington. (10-9-20)
Letter From Justices Thomas, Alioto Questions Landmark Same-Sex Marriage Ruling.In 2015, the Supreme Court ruled same-sex couples had a Constitutionally-protected right to marry. It has been considered a closed issue since then but as John Ramos reports, new comments coming from the bench suggest the struggle for same-sex marriage might not be over.
COVID-Stricken,Trump Spends First Day Home From Hospital; Ends Pandemic Aid TalksPresident Trump spent his first full day at the White House since he was hospitalized for COVID-19. He told the GOP to stop negotiating on a stimulus aid package until after the election.
Trump Says He's Feeling Better; Chief of Staff Says Next 48 Hours CriticalPresident Trump said in aTwitter video on Saturday evening that he is feeling "much better" but a source familiar with his health said Saturday that his vitals over the past 24 hours were "very concerning." (10-3-20)
Trump Treatment News Leaves More Questions Than Answers, UCSF Professor SaysUnderstanding the severity of the president's condition will take time, said Dr. Bob Wachter with UCSF School of Medicine, in an interview with KPIX 5's Wilson Walker. (10-3-20)
Bay Area Researchers Say Experimental Coronavirus Treatment Comes With Risks for PresidentAmong the treatments for COVID-19 that President Trump received Friday is an experimental antibody drug that is being tested in 70 locations in the United States, including the Bay Area. Andrea Nakano reports. (10-2-20)
President Trump Moved From White House to Walter Reed for COVID-19 TreatmentPresident Trump was relocated to Walter Reed Medical Center Friday evening and received experimental treatment. Christina Ruffini reports. (10-2-20)
President Trump and First Lady Test Positive for CoronavirusPresident Trump and First Lady Melania Trump have tested positive for COVID-19, the president tweeted late Thursday night. (10-1-20)
Santa Clara County Gears Up for Influx of Poll WatchersSanta Clara County's registrar of voters is preparing for a potential increase in poll observers during the presidential election, after Pres. Trump called on his supporters to go to the polls on election night. Len Ramirez reports. (10-1-20)
Republican Senate Solidarity Key to Success of Trump Effort to Replace GinsburgAll indications are that President Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will move ahead with a Supreme Court nominee. So the first question is: what if they succeed? Wilson Walker reports. (9-19-20)
Death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Brings Outpouring of Grief, PraiseAcross the nation and in the Bay Area, political leaders were quick to express praise and admiration for Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Team coverage from CBS News and KPIX 5. (9-18-20)
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg: A Look BackRuth Bader Ginsburg, the longest serving woman on the U.S. Supreme Court and a strong liberal voice on issues dividing the nation, has died. Nikole Killion looks back at an historic life and legacy. (9-18-20)
Sept. 11 Victims Remembered at Memorials Around Bay Area and NationRemebrances for the 19th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks looked different this year because of the coronavirus. (9-11-20)
Inventor of N95 Mask Comes Out of Retirement to Fight CoronavirusThe scientist who invented the N-95 mask has come out of retirement to help fight the coronavirus. Michael George reports. (9-4-20)
Portland Protests Turn DeadlyViolent protests escalated in Portland Saturday night with Trump supporters facing off with their opposition. Britt Conway reports. (8-30-20)
Tens of Thousands March on Washington to Demand Racial JusticeFriday’s march shaped up to be the largest political gathering in Washington since the pandemic began. Natalie Brand reports. (8-28-20)
San Francisco Black Panthers Artist Influenced Generations of Civil Rights LeadersIn pamphlets, posters and the Black Panthers newspaper, Emory Douglas used his artwork to paint a picture of what was going on as American culture underwent seismic changes six decades ago. Kenny Choi reports. (8-27-20)

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