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Rapid-Transit, bus lanes open on Van Ness Avenue in SFAfter years of construction delays, San Francisco transit officials finally began running buses along the rapid transit lanes added to Van Ness Avenue on Friday. Reports by Max Darrow. (4-1-22)
Aerial view of filming scene in San Francisco Bayview DistrictA shooting at 3rd St. and Palou Ave. in the Bayview district of San Francisco on Friday afternoon left the victim fighting for his life.
Santa Clara County declares war on fentanylSanta Clara County assembled a task force of addiction, mental health, and law enforcement experts to lead an attack on fentanyl from multiple angles. Kiet Do reports. (4-1-22)
The musicians reflect how their artistry has new meaning in the era of pandemic and war in UkraineInterview with notably trombonist Tim Higgins, conductor Brad Hogarth, classical pianist and composer Jake Heggie.
Musicians describe Michael Tilson Thomas’ impact on the industry and legacyMichael Tilson Thomas holds many titles: he is co-founder and artistic director of the New World Symphony; award-winning musical director of the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra; and laureate conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra.
Grammy Awards Web Extra: Sound engineer Leslie Ann Jones explains how she got into musicThe 64th Annual Grammy Awards will take place on Sunday, April 3 starting at 5:00 p.m. PT on KPIX 5.
Grammy Awards Web Extra: resurgence of cassettes?Mastering engineer and Grammy-nominated Michael Romanowski ponders the resurgence of cassette tapes. The 64th Annual Grammy Awards will take place on Sunday, April 3 starting at 5:00 p.m. PT on KPIX 5.
Grammy Awards Web Extra: what is mastering?Mastering engineer and Grammy-nominated Michael Romanowski explains his craft. The 64th Annual Grammy Awards will take place on Sunday, April 3 starting at 5:00 p.m. PT on KPIX 5.
431,000 jobs were added in March, sending the unemployment rate down to a pandemic lowMichael Bernick, the former director of EDD in California, speaks with Anne Makovec of CBS News Bay Area about the March jobs report.
PIX NowHere are the latest news from the KPIX newsroom. (4-1-22)
Full Interview: Stanford Professor Francis Fukuyama Provides Analysis of the Ukraine-Russia WarOne of the country’s foremost experts on Ukrainian and Russian politics tells KPIX 5 reporter Kiet Do what makes him optimistic and keeps him awake at night as the war heads into a sixth week .
“Leading with change; Alums’ stories inspire annual fundraiser for students who rise aboveFor the third year in a row, Students Rising Above held its annual fundraiser virtually, with this year’s theme being “Leading with Change”. Elizabeth Cook reports.
Bus rapid transit lanes on San Francisco’s Van Ness Avenue open after years of constructionJustin Andrews reports on officials celebrating the opening of Van Ness Avenue bus lanes (4-1-2022)
Latest snow report of the season shows California drought conditions worseningFirst Weather Alert meteorologist Darren Peck on the sad last snow report of the year showing alarming numbers (4-1-2022)
Additional WeatherIn this week’s Weather Extra, KPIX 5 Chief Meteorologist Paul Heggen focuses on renewable energy generation in the United States in 2021 and how much it will expand to meet global warming goals.
Visit of the house of the beautiful ladies for saleKPIX 5’s Amanda Starrantino Walks Around One Of The Painted Ladies For Sale
Increased crime and safety issues in the Bay AreaThe new Bay Area Council poll shows an increase in crime and safety issues. KPIX 5’s Anne Makovec interview with Jim Wunderman with poll results.
San Francisco Luxury Homes: One of San Francisco’s famous Painted Sisters Victorian hits the marketA unique piece of San Francisco property is for sale, one of the Painted Ladies. Take a look inside.
First weather alert for Friday morning60’s and sunny
California drought: return of water restrictions for coastal residentsThe Coastside County Water District declares a water shortage emergency, bringing back some water use restrictions.
Van Ness Avenue bus rapid transit lanes open after years of constructionAfter years of construction delays, buses in San Francisco will finally start using the new rapid transit lanes added to Van Ness Avenue.
PIX NowFriday morning headlines from the KPIX newsroom
Biden to release 1 million barrels of oil a day to drive down gas pricesThe United States will release one million barrels of oil a day from the country’s strategic petroleum reserve over the next six months in a bid to mitigate high gas prices. Reports by Andrea Nakano. (3-31-22)
Bus lanes on Van Ness Avenue are expected to open on FridayAfter decades of planning and countless delays, San Francisco’s new Van Ness Rapid Transit Corridor is about to go live. reports Sara Donchey. (3-31-22)