The suburbs have become a huge point of contention ahead of the 2020 presidential election with President Donald Trump blasting a fair housing rule that Joe Biden supports. Susie Steimle reports. (9/23/20)

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Project Home: Suburbs Take Center Stage In This Year’s Presidential ElectionThe suburbs have become a huge point of contention ahead of the 2020 presidential election with President Donald Trump blasting a fair housing rule that Joe Biden supports. Susie Steimle reports. (9/23/20)
Team Coverage: Grand Jury Decision In Breonna Taylor Case Sparks Nationwide ProtestsProtests took place in the Bay Area and across the country after a grand jury declined to directly charge Lousiville, Kentucky police officers in the death of Breonna Taylor. Maria Medina and Andrea Nakano report. (9/23/20)
Heart Transplant Breakthrough: New Machine Could Mean New Hope For Patients(Warning: Contains footage of living human hearts) For those whose lives depend on getting a heart transplant, the wait can be agonizing. But amazing new technology could mean new hope. John Ramos reports. (9/23/20)
Berkeley Approves Ban On Junk Food Sales At Grocery Checkout AislesSix years after enacting a tax on soda, Berkeley officials became the first in the nation to ban unhealthy food from being sold at checkout aisles at most grocery stores. Don Ford reports. (9/23/20)
COVID REOPENINGS: San Mateo County gyms reopen as COVID restrictions are easedSan Mateo County gyms reopen as COVID restrictions are eased
Beekeeper Teams Up With Bay Area BarsA beekeeper has teamed up with San Francisco barkeepers on a project aimed at keeping his hives healthy and their drinks delicious. Don Ford reports. (9/22/20)
Tuesday Evening Weather Forecast With Paul HeggenExpect conditions near seasonal highs from Wednesday through Friday. Temperatures are expected to heat up again this weekend, with inland highs approaching 100 by Sunday. Paul Heggen has the forecast. (9/22/20)
De Young Museum Reopens With Frida Kahlo ExhibitThe De Young Museum in Golden Gate Park has opened its doors for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic forced its closure in March. (9/22/20)
Family Of Miles Hall Seek New Resources For Families Dealing With Mental Health CrisisThe parents of Miles Hall, who was killed by Walnut Creek police in 2019, spoke out Monday, saying it wouldn’t have happened if there was someone else to call besides law enforcement. John Ramos reports. (9/21/20)
Santa Clara County Expands Program Helping Homeless Quarantine From COVID-19Santa Clara County is ramping up a program to house people who have either tested positive for the coronavirus or have been exposed to someone who has, and whose living conditions make it difficult to effectively quarantine. Devin Fehely reports. (9/21/20)
Vegetation Fire Burns Near Homes In BelmontA vegetation fire has broken out in the Belmont hills on Monday afternoon, prompting evacuations. (9/21/20)
Raw Video: Newsom Announces $236 Million In Project Homekey GrantsAt his weekly briefing, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Monday the latest round in "Project Homekey" grants, which will go towards supportive housing for the homeless. (9/21/20)
Shutterfly, Google Photos Sees Surge In Usage During COVID-19 PandemicPhoto storage services Shutterfly and Google Photos are seeing a surge in usage during the COVID-19 pandemic, as photographers look to document once-in-a-lifetime scenes. (9/21/20)
Trump Administration Puts Dozens Of Homeless Housing Projects On Hold In California As Winter ApproachesAs winter approaches and the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, the need to house the homeless in the Bay Area is more urgent than ever. But KPIX 5 has learned the Trump administration has put the brakes on projects that would help thousands. Susie Steimle reports. (9/16/20)
Frustrated Business Owners Want Santa Clara County To Follow State's Red Tier GuidelinesA group of business owners and at least a half dozen chambers of commerce across Santa Clara County are coming together to urge county leaders to relax COVID-19 restrictions or put the economy further at risk. Maria Medina reports. (9/16/20)
Risk Of Wildfires Prompts Increased Overnight Patrols At Grizzly PeakDue to the risk of wildfires, authorities have increased patrols to crack down on fireworks use and bonfires along Grizzly Peak in the East Bay Hills. Joe Vazquez reports. (9/16/20)
Expert Offers Tips On Reducing Carbon Footprint In Wake Of California FiresFor many, recent wildfires and the orange skies above the Bay Area were a wake-up call when it comes to climate change. An expert offers some small tips to reduce your carbon footprint. Don Ford reports. (9/16/20)
Wednesday Night Weather Forecast With Paul HeggenThursday will be the first in a month without a Spare the Air alert, as the Bay Area should see clear skies and below average temperatures. The coast should see highs in the low 60s, while inland areas will warm up into the 80s. Conditions should begin to warm up as the weekend approaches. Paul Heggen has the forecast. (9/16/20)
SAN JOSE MASS SHOOTING: Grief-Stricken Family Members Gather At Site Of San Jose Shooting Where 2 Have DiedGrief-Stricken Family Members Gather At Site Of San Jose Shooting Where 2 Have Died
Hurricane Sally: Historic Flooding Along Gulf Coast Expected As Storm Moves AshoreHurricane Sally is expected to bring historic flooding to Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi as the slow-moving storm is set to make landfall. Chris James reports. (9/15/20)
San Jose City Council Mulls Police Reforms, Restrictions On Rubber BulletsThe San Jose City Council is meeting Tuesday to discuss police reforms in the wake of the death of George Floyd and the protests that followed. One of the issues involves the use of rubber bullets, which the police chief is discouraging, but Mayor Sam Liccardo said that does not go far enough. Len Ramirez reports. (9/15/20)
COVID-19: San Francisco Sees Rise In Hospitalizations; UCSF Launches Tracing ProgramSan Francisco health officials noted a rise in COVID-19 hospitalizations since the start of September. Meanwhile, UCSF has launched a program to improve contact tracing. Anne Makovec reports. (9/15/20)
San Jose Looks At Spending $3 Million On Cleaning Illegal Dumpsites, BlightSan Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo and three councilmembers will introduce a plan that will dedicate $1 million a month until the end of the year to clean illegal dumpsites and pick up trash from the streets. Len Ramirez reports. (9/14/20)
Monday Night Weather Forecast With Paul HeggenExpect continued smoky conditions from wildfires and unhealthy air through at least the middle of the week. By Thursday, winds should start to pick up air quality should begin to improve. Paul Heggen has the forecast. (9/14/20)

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