Women’s History Month – CBS San Francisco
‘The threat is real’ – California’s cybersecurity chief prepares for potential attacks amid Ukraine invasionAmid the Russian invasion of Ukraine, one of California’s top cybersecurity leaders said the state is preparing for attacks on systems or infrastructure. reports Sara Donchey. (09/03/22)
Murder of Benicia store clerk leaves community in shockA beloved Benicia liquor store owner is remembered as Solano County Community Police investigated his second homicide of the year. Reports by Andrea Nakano. (09/03/22)
Invasion of Ukraine could soon lead to higher prices at Bay Area grocery storesWhile Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is responsible for the rise in gasoline prices, logistics experts predict that the increased costs could soon be felt at the supermarket. reports Katie Nielsen. (09/03/22)
California-based nonprofit in Ukraine shifts focus to keep children and foster families safeAs the Russian invasion of Ukraine escalates, efforts to get civilians to safety have become a top priority, especially for a Californian nonprofit that is on the ground. reports Andria Borba. (09/03/22)
Palo Alto tech firm says executive and his 2 children killed in attack in UkraineThe victims of the widely circulated photo of a mother and her children killed in Ukraine while fleeing the Russian invasion have been identified. Kiet Do reports. (09/03/22)
South Bay business owners say planned PG&E shutdown cost them thousandsDevin Fehely reports how a group of San Jose business owners are outraged after a planned PG&E outage disrupted their operations for an entire day. (3/9/2022)
PIX NowThe headlines from the KPIX 5 Evening News for Wednesday, March 9, 2022.
JA: San Mateo resident uses her second chance to help those in needSharon Chin introduces us to Deborah Orler, recipient of this week’s Jefferson Award. (3/9/2022)
New plan provides temporary housing for people living in People’s ParkKenny Choi reports on a new partnership between Berkeley officials, UCB and a non-profit organization to provide housing for people living in People’s Park (3-9-2022)
Small town in Marin County works to reduce light pollutionJohn Ramos tells how the residents of Pt. Reyes are trying to make their town a “dark sky preserve” (3-9-2022)
Theranos: Jury Selection Begins in Sunny Balwani Criminal TrialLen Ramirez reports on today’s jury selection proceedings in Sunny Balwani’s upcoming trial. (3/9/2022)
Wednesday Night Weather Forecast with Paul HeggenExpect increased winds late Wednesday through Thursday, with the strongest gusts in the morning. As the day progresses, conditions will remain windy, with highs in the 60s across much of the Bay Area. Paul Heggen has the forecast. (09/03/22)
women’s history monthCBS News Bay Area anchor Elizabeth Cook talks to entrepreneur, author and trainer Erica Stenz about a coaching program she started to help women with their physical and mental health
Soaring gas prices are pushing some Bay Area residents to change their waysMax Darrow explains how soaring gasoline prices are causing some local residents to behave differently (3-9-2022)
Mayor of London Breed expresses optimism about the city’s challenges in his 2022 State of the City AddressStanding in what could be called San Francisco’s newest neighborhood, Mayor London Breed described a city emerging from the pandemic, but still grappling with familiar issues. Wilson Walker reports. (09/03/22)
Russia accused of hitting maternity hospital in Ukrainian port citySkyler Henry reports on international outrage surrounding Russian attack on Ukrainian maternity hospital (3-9-2022)
PIX NowKPIX 5 Noon News headlines for Wednesday, March 9, 2022.
49ers fan Daniel Luna wakes from coma and faces long road to recoveryJocelyn Moran reports on 49ers fan who was assaulted outside SoFi Stadium recovering from a medically induced coma (3-9-2022)
Sports Talk with KNBR Host Adam CopelandKPIX 5’s Charlie Walter sat down with KNBR host Adam Copeland. They discuss the Warriors’ recent struggles, the MLB lockout and the latest on the future of Jimmy G.
Pandemic wreaks havoc on childhood obesityDr. Venus Kalami, clinical dietitian at Stanford Children’s Health, breaks down new research showing obesity rates are rising since the pandemic began. It also explains the risk factors for other health problems.
Benicia store worker killed in night market robberyJustin Andrews reports that police are looking for a suspect who fatally shot a Benicia store worker during a robbery on Tuesday night (3-9-2022)
Family friend talks about recovery of assaulted 49ers fan Daniel LunaJocelyn Moran interviews Sam Singer, a family friend of Daniel Luna’s wife who came out of a medically induced coma (3-9-2022)
Road to collegeKPIX 5 morning presenter Amanda Starrantino, in conversation with a Stanford graduate and author of a new book, shares some advice for students navigating the college admissions process.
Possible defense strategy for Cain VelasquezKPIX 5’s Kiet Do, speaks at the Stanford Criminal Justice Center about possible legal strategies for Cain Velasquez, the former MMA fighter charged with attempted murder.