KPIX 5's Da Lin spoke to Bay Area residents about their reactions to the political conventions. (8-28-20)
Police Raid Oakland Church, Seizing Marijuana and Magic MushroomsOakland police raided an Oakland establishment that calls itself a church, seizing drugs and money. Joe Vazquez reports. (8-31-20)
San Mateo County Business Owners Hopeful Reopening Marks Lasting TurnaroundBusiness owners on Monday opened their doors for the first time in weeks -- in some cases months -- under the state's new tiered system. Maria Medina reports. (8-31-20)
San Francisco Reopening Announcement Causes ConfusionTuesday marks a new phase for hair and nail salons, barber shops and massage studios in San Francisco but the announcement has led to false hope for some.. Betty Yu reports. (8-31-20)
PIX NowHere's the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (8-31-20)
State Lawmakers Debate Police Reform Bills on Final Night of SessionAs they prepare to burn the midnight oil on the last day of the legislative session, California lawmakers are looking at a number of police reform bills. Andria Borba reports. (8-31-20)
Wildlife Workers Relocate Steelhead Trout Prior to Anderson Dam RetrofitA team with the Valley Water District scooped up Central California Coast Steelhead in upper Coyote Creek before the Anderson Dam retrofit project gets underway. Len Ramirez reports. (8-31-20)
Former CEO Involved In Alleged Santa Clara County Sheriff Corruption Scheme Pleads GuiltyAllen Martin reports on ex-CEO of a security firm pleading guilty in connection with an alleged corruption scheme involving the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office (8-31-2020)
Bay Area Election Officials Say They're Ready for Mail-In BallotsSolano County elections office was recently remodeled to process a huge increase in mail-in ballots so, when the governor announced that all voters will be mailed ballots, it was no big deal. John Ramos reports. (8-31-20)
Worsening Novato Air Quality Blamed in Part on Nearby Lucas ValleyWhy is the smoke pollution so bad in the normally clear-skies Novato? Blame geography. Don Ford reports. (8-31-20)
Boseman's Death Highlights Racial Disparities of Colon CancerColon cancer is a disease that disproportionately affects Black men. KPIX 5's Len Kiese reports. (8-31-20)
Glass Half Full: Winemaker Woes Amid COVID-19CBSN Bay Area's Michelle Griego spoke with Elise Rutchick,of Save the Family Farms, and Jason Elkin, of Buhman Estate Vineyards, about small wineries who are struggling to sustain business in competition with larger wineries amid this pandemic.
Monday Evening Pinpoint ForecastChief meteorologist Paul Heggen has the Bay Area microclimate forecast. (8-31-20)
Local Leaders Rethink Approach to Wildfire Preparation PlanningThere is no clear consensus what communities should be doing now to be prepared for the next fire but what is clear is the time to come up with a plan is now. Devin Fehely reports. (8-31-20)
South Bay Mall Traffic Light as County Reopens Indoor ShoppingThe official word from the health department came at 10 am Monday and San Jose's Valley Fair mall wasted no time opening its doors but it remained mostly empty all morning. Kiet Do reports. (8-31-20)
Trent Taylor Ready To Be 49ers Focal Point After Five Foot SurgeriesWhile question marks surround the 49ers receiving corp, Trent Taylor hopes to re-emerge as one of Jimmy Garoppolo's favorite targets now that he's full healthy. Taylor joined Dennis O'Donnell on Gameday. (8-31-20)
Bay Area's Black Restaurant WeekThe owner of El Nuevo Frutilandia in San Francisco's Mission District discusses Black Restaurant Week and teaches us how to make mofongo.
Bay Area Memories: Former United Nations Ambassador Susan RiceFormer U.S. Ambassador to the UN and National Security Adviser talks with CBS Local’s DJ Sixsmith about her new Simon & Schuster book ‘Tough Love: My Story of the Things Worth Fighting For,’ and recalls watching ‘The Play’ during the 1982 Cal-Stanford football game.
Sonoma County Business Owners Happy To Resume Indoor OperationsEmily Turner reports on hair salons, barber shops and other businesses reopening In Sonoma County under new state guidelines (8-31-2020)
Woman Dies After Driving Car Off Highway 1 Cliff In PacificaMichelle Griego reports on fatal accident involving woman driving her car off a cliff on Highway 1 (8-31-2020)
Fire Crews Make Containment Progress With Three Huge Bay Area WildfiresAnne Makovec reports on progress made on LNU, SCU and CZU Lightning Complex fires (8-31-2020)
MEDICAL MONDAY: Discussing COVID-19 ReinfectionsCBSN Bay Area's Anne Makovec interviews Dr. Malathi Srinivasan, with Stanford Health Care, about the potential for COVID-19 reinfection among patients who have previously tested positive.
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