Thursday Evening Pinpoint ForecastChief meteorologist Paul Heggen with the Bay Area microclimate forecast for Friday. (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)
Bay Area Bowlers See Bleak Future For Bowling Alleys Amid COVID-19 PandemicCalifornia public health officials are facing pushback on the state's coronavirus pandemic reopening plan from an unlikely source: bowling alley owners and bowling enthusiasts. Katie Johnston reports.
Seniors At San Francisco’s Midtown Park Apartments Prevail In Longest Standing Rent Strike Against CityThe longest-running rent strike in San Francisco has come to a close, as tenants at the Midtown Park Apartments won their battle against the city. Susie Steimle reports. (10/14/20)
San Francisco Zoo Officials, Police Search For Missing LemurSan Francisco Police are investigating after someone broke into the lemur habitat at the San Francisco Zoo and took Maki, a 21-year-old lemur. Joe Vazquez reports. (10/14/20)
Latest PSPS Outages Leaves Thousands Of Bay Area PG&E Customers In The DarkThousands of people in the Bay Area are without power late Wednesday night as part of Pacific Gas & Electric Company's latest Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS). Andrea Nakano reports from Calistoga, where much of the town is without power. (10/14/20)
Report: Scott Peterson Conviction To Be Reexamined In San Mateo CourtNearly two decades after making headlines, the case of convicted killer Scott Peterson is being sent back to a San Mateo County court amid new questions about a juror in the case. Peterson was found guilty of murdering his wife, Laci, and their unborn son in 2004. (10/14/20)
Sonoma Voters Overcome Obstacles Of Wildfires, Evacuations, COVID-19 To Cast BallotsThe COVID-19 pandemic has already created challenges for voters and elections officials. But in Sonoma County, voting comes with the extra challenges of wildfires, evacuations, and the possibility of being forced to evacuate again. Wilson Walker reports. (10/14/20)
Jefferson Award: Peninsula Teen Starts Program To Help ESL StudentsSharon Chin reports on Jefferson Award winner Keya Gupta and her ESL tutorial program Arriba (10-14-2020)
PG&E Officials Provide Latest Update On Planned Public Safety Power ShutoffPG&E gives the latest update on power shutoffs affecting 53,000 Northern California customers during red flag fire warning (10-14-2020)
Measure RR: San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara Voters To Decide On Caltrain Sales TaxWith Caltrain ridership plummeting during the coronavirus pandemic, a sales tax measure on the November ballot could provide a lifeline. John Ramos reports on Measure RR, which is being considered by voters in three counties. (10/14/20)
Palo Alto 8th Grader Wins Award In Apple Coding ContestDon Ford reports on Adrit Rao, a Peninsula teenager who has started his own app company and recently won an Apple coding award (10-14-2020)
Wednesday Night Weather Forecast With Paul HeggenExpect another day of unseasonably hot temperatures in the Bay Area on Thursday, with highs 10-20 degrees above average. A Red Flag Warning also remains in effect due to the potential for wildfires. Paul Heggen has the forecast. (10/14/20)
PG&E Power Shutoffs Set To Commence In North Bay, East Bay Wednesday EveningTeam coverage of PG&E plans to cut power due to increased fire risk during red flag weather across the Bay Area (10-14-2020)
Napa Sheriff Releases Video Of Deadly Shooting Of Juan Adrian Garcia During Traffic StopThe Napa County Sheriff's Office released body cam video and additional details Wednesday after a deputy opened fire on an unarmed man during a traffic stop last week, killing him. Andria Borba reports. (10/14/20)
Private Jet Companies Lure More Passengers During PandemicGetting away isn't quite as easy during the pandemic. Betty Yu tells us, more travelers are turning to private jets.
Catholics Pray For Protesters Who Knocked Down Statue Of Junipero Serra In San RafaelA group of Catholics prayed for the protesters who knocked down a statue of Junipero Serra on Monday. Don Ford talked to them about the history and significance of the saint.
Looming PG&E Power Shutoffs A 'New Normal' For Calistoga ResidentsThousands of PG&E customers in seven Bay Area counties could lose their power because of the wildfire risk. Andrea Nakano talked to residents in Calistoga who are just returning home after the Glass Fire.
PG&E Plans Public Safety Power Shutoffs Wednesday That Will Affect ThousandsTeam coverage of new details released by PG&E about it's PSPS plans during upcoming red flag fire warning (10-13-2020)
Outdoor Diner Struck By SUV In San Jose Dies Of InjuriesA woman has died after a SUV struck a group of people dining outdoors at a San Jose restaurant over the weekend. Several other people were injured, one critically. Devin Fehely reports. (10/13/20)
School Districts, Experts Urge Slow School Reopenings As Some Parents Push For ClassesAs some parents push for the return of in-person classes, districts and medical experts say a plan and and a slow transition must take place. Juliette Goodrich reports. (10/13/20)
Tuesday Evening Forecast With Paul HeggenMore warm weather ahead.
Oakland Zoo Nursing Mountain LIon Kittens Orphaned In Zogg FireThree mountain lion kittens orphaned and injured in the Zogg Fire are getting treated at the Oakland Zoo. Andrea Nakano talked to veterinarians who say we are just seeing the "tip of the problem."
Surveillance Video Shows SUV Crashing Into Diners At SJ RestaurantMall surveillance video shows the moment an SUV plowed into diners at an outdoor restaurant in San Jose. Betty Yu tells us an eerily similar accident happened just hours later.