PIX nowHere’s the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (3-3-22)
First alert weather forecast for Thursday nightAfter the showers comes the wind. Chief Meteorologist Paul Heggen has the First Alert forecast for Friday. (3-3-22)
Neighbors at the San Mateo Caltrain station have complained about noise pollutionResidents of an affordable condominium complex in San Mateo say a new train station has become a nightmare for them. Kenny Choi reports. (3-3-22)
Tech campus project in San Jose hit by environmental lawsuitThe Sierra Club is suing the city of San Jose over a proposed new office complex on the banks of the Guadalupe River. Len Ramirez reports. (3-3-22)
More San Francisco companies announce office return datesCity and county employees will return to offices beginning Monday, and many more office workers will return to the San Francisco corporate headquarters soon after. Max Darrow reports. (3-3-22)
Amazon founder’s ex-wife donates $3 million to Oakland nonprofitA Bay Area nonprofit that helps Oakland students received a huge donation they never saw coming. Juliette Goodrich reports. (3-3-22)
Weather extraFirst alert meteorologist Paul Heggen explains what the new climate normals released last year tell us about how precipitation patterns are changing in the Bay Area and across the country
Gov. Newsom proposes mental health courts for the homelessGov. Gavin Newsom unveiled a plan to create mental health courts to mandate services for homeless people with serious mental health conditions and addictions. Kiet Do reports. (3-3-22)
Oakland teenager found fatally shot near I-580A teenager died from gunshot wounds after being dropped off near an ambulance in the Oakland Hills. Shawn Chitnis reports. (3-3-22)
Oil prices continue to soar as Ukraine crisis deepensThe invasion of Ukraine affects the Bay Area. AAA reports that the average price of unleaded gasoline in Napa, Santa Rosa, San Rafael and San Francisco has risen above $5 per gallon. Andria Borba reports. (3-3-22)
Attack on Ukraine: Russian forces begin shelling a nuclear facilityRussian troops are now shelling a Ukrainian nuclear power plant. It is the largest in Europe, accounting for about a quarter of the country’s power. Skyler Henry has the latest from Washington. (3-3-22)
Omicron subvariant could be a more transmissible form of COVIDJustin Andrews reports on doctors saying the Omicron subvariant is unlikely to have a major impact despite increased transmissibility (3-3-2022)
Governor Newsom unveils California’s ambitious new plan to end homelessnessJocelyn Moran reports on Gov. Newsom and details the state’s newly announced plan to reduce homelessness in California (3/3/2022)
Strong storm cells trigger lightning, hail and gusty windsTeam coverage of storm cells bringing violent weather to parts of the Bay Area Thursday morning (03/03/2022).
PIX nowKPIX 5 Noon News Headlines for Thursday 3rd March 2022.
Talkback with Stars of ‘Ghost’CBS News Bay Area’s Anne Makovec joins Brandon Scott Jones and Rebecca Wisocky to talk about the CBS comedy series, which has already picked up a second season
Morning Storm: Raw footage of a storm rolling through East BayFirefighters responded to a small fire that may have been caused by a lightning strike in the foothills of Mt. Diablo.
Drought: Northern California continues to be affected by drought conditionsThe state is heading into its third year of drought
Homeless: Gov. Gavin Newsom is expected to unveil a new mental health treatment planGov. Gavin Newsom is expected to unveil a new mental health treatment plan that will help the homeless
PIX nowHeadlines Thursday morning from the newsroom of KPIX
First alarm weather forecast for Thursday morningCloudy with light showers
Camera catches tip jar theft at East Bay Pizza ParlorWorkers at a Tri Valley pizza shop say it involves little more than stealing money from her tip jar, but they say that’s exactly what happened Monday afternoon. Katie Nielsen reports. (2.3.22)
SAP Center Hosts 1st Event Following Santa Clara County’s Mask Mandate RemovalIndoor mask requirements were lifted in Santa Clara County, meaning attendees to Justin Bieber’s concert at the SAP Center on Wednesday night were not required to wear a mask. Andrea Nakano reports. (2.3.22)
Former MMA champion Cain Velasquez has been charged with attempted murder in San JoseDozens of supporters filed a complaint at the Santa Clara County Hall of Justice on Wednesday for former MMA heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez, who faces charges of attempted murder and multiple other crimes. Maria Cid Medina reports. (2.3.22)