Governor Newsom delivered a stern message of tough love to Californians, urging them to practice social distancing.
Governor Newsom Sends Stern Message Urging Californians To Keep Their DistanceGovernor Newsom delivered a stern message of tough love to Californians, urging them to practice social distancing.
Gov. Newsom Address Californians On Day 2 Of Statewide Order To Stay-At-HomeGovernor Newsom encouraged and praised Californians on Day 2 of his unprecedented stay-at-home order to nearly 40 million residents.
Coronavirus-Related Death Of Southbay Homeless Person Sets Off Race To Find ShelterSanta Clara County marked the first known death of a homeless person due to the coronavirus. With the shelter-in-place order now in effect, Devin Fehely tells us the race is on to find shelter for people with no place to go.
Coronavirus Answers From KPIX Medical Producer Molly McCreaKPIX 5's Medical Producer Molly McCrea provides some perspective and insights as to how top health officials are dealing with the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus Update: Photos May Show Health, Safety Mismanagement At Travis AFBSome 800 Grand Princess cruise ship passengers now quarantined for the coronavirus at Travis have dubbed the experience "Camp Corona." The sent photos to a California lawmaker that appear to show scenes with little regard for isolation, especially at meal times.
Tempers Flare Among Crew Members Left On Coronavirus-Stricken Cruise ShipThe coronavirus-stricken Grand Princess was set to depart from the Port of Oakland soon. As Wilson Walker reports, tempers were flaring from crew members still on board the ship.
What's Next After Super Tuesday? SFSU Political Analyst Joe Tuman Weighs InWith the Democratic primary shaping up to be a contest between Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden after Super Tuesday, what's next for them and the remaining candidates for the nomination? San Francisco State political science professor Joe Tuman weighs in. (3/4/20)
Sanders Wins California, Biden 2nd In California PrimarySen. Bernie Sanders was able to hold on and win delegate-rich California in Tuesday's Democratic primary, holding off a late charge by former Vice President Joe Biden. As of early Wednesday morning, Michael Bloomberg was in 3rd and Sen. Elizabeth Warren is in 4th. Anne Makovec reports. (3/4/20)
Crowd Gathers For Democratic Watch Party In SF's Mission DistrictPeople gathered in the Mission District in San Francisco for a Democratic watch party. Betty Yu went to Manny's and talked to voters.
Super Tuesday: California Among 14 States Holding ElectionsIn one of the most anticipated primary elections in memory, Californians will join more than a dozen other states in voting on Super Tuesday. Anne Makovec, Skyler Henry and Kenny Choi report. (3/3/20)
Bay Area Supporters Of Dem. Candidate Pete Buttigieg Learn He's Out Of The RaceNow that Mayor Pete Buttigieg pulling has pulled out of the race, his supporters are grappling with his endorsement of Vice President Joe Biden. Len Ramirez asked folks in San Jose what they plan to do.
Photographer Matt Herron Recalls The Historic March On SelmaBR's Jan Mabry talks to photographer Matt Herron about his work chronicling the historic March on Selma, in 1965. He recounts his work with Martin Luther King, SNCC, and shares personal stories about the everyday people he met along the way as they battled to desegregate the South and give black people the right to vote.
Candidates Make Final Push Before California March PrimarySuper Tuesday is nigh and it’s time for voters to make a choice. Several campaigns will swing through the Bay Area this weekend and one was in San Francisco Friday. Wilson Walker reports. (2-28-20)
Proposal Would Allow For Composting Of Human RemainsA new proposal in the California legislature would allow for a more environmentally friendly burial option, by allowing the composting of human remains. (2/26/20)
SJ City Leaders Take Aim At Plastic Waste With Plans For New Recycling PlantSan Jose is pushing against plastic waste. Devin Fehely tells us city leaders there are looking to open a new recycling plant.
Previewing The South Carolina Democratic Debate With 'Face The Nation' Moderator Margaret BrennanMargaret Brennan, moderator of "Face the Nation" talks to KPIX 5 about Tuesday night's crucial Democratic debate in South Carolina, the final debate before Super Tuesday. (2/25/20)
Conservationists At Odds Over Plan To Drop Poison Pellets On Farallones Islands To Kill MiceA plan by federal wildlife officials to drop poison pellets on the Farallones Island to kill invasive mice has pitted conservation groups against each other. John Ramos talked to both sides.
SFMTA Director Touts Early Success On Car-Free Market StreetIn an interview with KPIX 5 traffic reporter Gianna Franco, new SFMTA director Jeffrey Tumlin touts the early success of making Market Street car free and discusses upcoming projects to improve getting around San Francisco. (2/24/20)
Early Voting Made More Convenient In Santa Clara CountyWith the California primary fast approaching, people in the South Bay may want to cast their ballots before March 3. Devin Fehely shows how.
Sen. Bernie Sanders Wins Nevada Democratic Primary CaucusesBernie Sanders has scored a resounding victory in Nevada's presidential caucuses. Nadia Romero reports from Las Vegas with more information on the early results.
Moms 4 Housing Activists Honored For Black History Month By Oakland City CouncilThe activist women known as Moms 4 Housing were recognized as Black History Month honorees at the Oakland City Council meeting Tuesday night. Joe Vazquez reports. (2-18-2020)
SF Mayor's Plan To Ease Congestion Will Cost Drivers MoneySan Francisco's mayor is pitching a new plan to relieve the city's clogged streets. Andria Borba tells us it could mean drivers will have to pay up. (2-18-2020)
Raw Video: 49ers Legend Jerry Rice On Presidential Pardon Of Eddie DeBartolo Jr.Legendary 49ers wide receiver Jerry Rice spoke outside The White House after President Donald Trump announced he would pardon former team owner Eddie DeBartolo Jr. for his role in a 1990s corruption scandal. (2/18/20)
Proposed Law Aims To Make Owners Of Short-Term Rental Homes More AccountableAfter 5 people were shot and killed at a Halloween party at an Airbnb home in Orinda, a California lawmaker has proposed a law that make people who rent out their homes more accountable. John Ramos talked to the author of the bill.