Bay Area Counties Lift Indoor Mask Requirements on Different SchedulesHealth officers for the nine Bay Area jurisdictions on Thursday announced a consensus on criteria needed to lift health orders requiring face coverings in most indoor public spaces. Andrea Nakano reports. (10-7-21)
SF Hospitality Businesses Count on Big WeekendWith Fleet Week and the Giants facing the Dodgers in the NLDS, local merchants are hoping this will be the weekend that kickstarts the post-pandemic local economy. Da Lin reports. (10-7-21)
Arrests Made Following East Bay Teen Robbery Spreeive juvenile suspects ranging in age from 11-to-15 have been arrested after a police pursuit of a carjacked vehicle in Berkeley and an armed robbery in downtown Walnut Creek. Max Darrow reports. (10-7-21)
San Jose State University President to Resign Amid Fallout From ScandalMary Papazian, president of San Jose State University, announced her resignation which comes amid widespread criticism over how the university has handled sexual abuse allegations against a former athletic trainer. Len Ramirez reports. (10-7-21)
Fallout After Federal Judge Orders Texas to Suspend Restrictive Abortion LawElizabeth Cook reports on federal judge ordering Texas to suspend restrictive abortion law that went into effect last month (10-7-2021)
Bay Area Baseball Fans Ready for Dream NLDS MatchupFor the first time in the modern era the Giants will be taking on their longtime rivals the Dodgers in postseason baseball. Team coverage from Wilson Walker and Charlie Walter. (10-7-21)
Elon Musk Announces Tesla Moving HQ to TexasTesla announced that its headquarters will officially move to Texas but the company will continue to have a major presence in the Bay Area, CEO Elon Musk said. (10-7-21)
Raw Video: Oakland Police Chief Remarks On Teen Girl's Death in Road Rage ShootingAn emotional Oakland Police Chief LeRonne Armstrong went again before cameras Thursday to condemn the latest shooting which left a teenage girl dead, imploring members of the community to work together with police to help stop the scourge of gun violence.
Despite Warnings, Repairs on San Francisco’s Millennium Tower Caused Additional SinkingConstruction on a fix for San Francisco’s leaning Millennium Tower came to a stop in late August because the fix was actually making the tower sink even more. Now it appears some of that damage could have been avoided. Max Darrow reports. (10/6/21)
Ship Docked At Port Of Oakland May Have Played Role In Massive SoCal Oil SpillThe U.S. Coast Guard is looking at the possibility that a container ship docked in Oakland may have played a role in the oil spill off the coast of Orange County. Andrea Nakano reports. (10/6/21)
Machine Produces Clean Drinking WaterJohn Ramos reports on a device that produces clean water from particulates in the air. (10/6/2021)
Former Safeway CEO Testifies About Charisma of Elizabeth HolmesLen Ramirez reports on former Safeway CEO testifying company invested in Theranos despite failed demonstration (10-6-2021)
Oakland Police Investigate Shooting Near McClymonds High, At Least 1 InjuredElizabeth Cook reports on police investigating a shooting outside of Oakland's McClymonds High School (10-6-2021)
Zodiac Killer Possibly IdentifiedTeam coverage on new evidence emerging that could bring closure to the 50 year old Zodiac Killer case. (10/6/2021)
Jefferson Awards: Bay Area Winners Receive National Honor For Bridging Digital DivideA pair of Bay Area Jefferson Award winners have received a national award for their roles in bridging the digital divide. Sharon Chin reports. (10/6/21)
Facebook Data Usage Under New Scrutiny Following Whistleblower TestimonyThe intense spotlight on Facebook is renewing concerns about what giant tech companies are doing with all the data they collect. Kenny Choi reports.
Fishing Boat Sinks at Hyde Street Pier in San FranciscoAndrea Nakano reports on fishing vessel sinking while docked at San Francisco's Hyde Street Pier (10-6-2021)
Veteran KPIX 5 Anchor Ken Bastida Announces His RetirementAfter 31 years of covering the daily trials, tribulations and triumphs of those of us who call the San Francisco Bay Area home, veteran KPIX 5 news anchor Ken Bastida has decided it is time to step away, take a deep breath, and enjoy the natural wonders of Northern California.
Bay Area Small Business Owners Counting Their Losses After Massive Facebook OutageBay Area businesses are reeling after Facebook's massive outage on Monday. Andria Borba talked to owners who suffered serious losses.
Warriors Fans Can Enjoy New Food & Drink Items On Menu At Chase CenterFans will see dozens of new gourmet items on the menu at Chase Center at the Warriors preseason opener. Betty Yu got a preview of the new food and drink options debuting Wednesday night..
19-Acre State-Of-The-Art Cannabis Facility Breaks Ground In RichmondA state-of-the-art pot facility is breaking ground in the East Bay. John Ramos tells us about developer who is building a cannabis mega-campus on the North Richmond coastline.
Tesla Must Pay $137 Million To Worker Who Sued Over 'Daily Racist' InsultsDevin Fehely reports on jury awarding former Tesla employee $137M in racial abuse lawsuit (10-5-2021)
Facebook Whistleblower Frances Haugen Testifies Before CongressAfter Frances Haugen appeared on "60 Minutes," the Facebook whistleblower testified before Congress in a hearing that could change how social media companies operate. Kenny Choi reports. (10/5/21)