KPIX 5 News at 6:00 p.m.Local high school seniors are about to graduate but without the traditional ceremony. Devin Fehely tells us about a plan just approved in Redwood City to allow a drive through graduation.
Alameda County Fair Livestock Auction Goes Virtual In Era Of COVID-19The Alameda County Fair is the largest in the Bay Area and its also a victim of COVID-19. Along with the cancellation, comes questions about what will happen to all the farm animals that are normally shown and then auctioned off. John Ramos shows us an unusual solution.
Anonymous Donors Wipe Out College Debt For 400 Bay Area StudentsA group of anonymous donors, moved by stories of students overcoming the direst of circumstances to succeed in their college and work careers, has given hundreds of students an eye-popping gift that could move them to even higher levels. Michelle Griego reports. (5/12/20)
Three Santa Clara County Hospitals Participate In National COVID-19 Plasma Therapy StudyLen Ramirez reports in three Santa Clara County hospitals joining a national COVID-19 study on convalescent plasma therapy to treat virus (5-12-2020)
Students Rising Above: Anonymous Donor Pays Student Loan Debts For 400 College GradsThis week Students Rising Above is announcing some anonymous donors have stepped forward with a gift that will change the lives of 400 graduates. Michelle Griego tells us about the astounding announcement.
Redwood Christian High School In San Lorenzo Puts Together Virtual CommencementKiet Do reports on the extra effort officials at Redwood Christian High were making to provide students with a “virtual” commencement ceremony (5-12-2020)
Dr. Fauci Warns Against States Reopening Prematurely During Senate TestimonySkyler Henry reports on Dr. Anthony Fauci speaking to U.S. Senate on reopening states, warning of possible outbreaks (5-12-2020)
Tesla Forges Ahead Over California Shelter-In-Place OrderAlameda County officials sent a letter to a Tesla on Tuesday ordering the company to cease operations. But Elon Musk’s company continues to defy health orders. Juliette Goodrich reports. (5/12/20)
San Francisco Restaurant Owner Reacts To New Rules Laid Out By State’s Guidelines-Wilson Walker reports on what Bay Area restaurants will have to do in order to reopen for dine-in customers according to state (5-12-2020)
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Raw Video: Gov. Gavin Newsom Announces Progress In Additional Coronavirus Testing, Contact TracingCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom on Tuesday announced addtional COVID-19 testing centers in rural areas of the state as well as progress in the development of contact tracing teams. (5/12/20)
Raw Video: Gov. Gavin Newsom Details New Guidance For Businesses To ReopenCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom detailed modifications to the state’s coronavirus shelter-in-place order and new guidelines for dine-in restaurants, shopping malls, outdoor museums and other businesses. (5/12/20)
Former A’s Pitcher Dan Straily Adjusting To Life In Korean Baseball LeagueFormer A’s pitcher Dan Straily is now a member of the Lotte Giants in South Korea’s KBO. He joined Dennis O’Donnell on Gameday to discuss what the league is doing to try and keep players safe while they return to the field. (5-12-20)
Dr. Anthony Fauci Warns Of Additional COVID-19 Deaths From Re-Opening Country Too SoonDuring testimony in front of the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions, Dr. Anthony Fauci warned of additional death and other serious consequences if the U.S. re-opens the country too soon. Anne Makovec reports. (5/12/20)
TECH TUESDAY: Twitter’s Fight Against Coronavirus MisinformationCNET’s Shara Tibken talks to CBSN Bay Area about Twitter taking action to fight fake news and other tech headlines.
Tuesday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeExpect unseasonably cool and wet conditions on Tuesday, with showers possible and highs in the 60s. Skies should clear later in the week, before another weather system arrives in the Bay Area this weekend. Mary Lee has the forecast. (5/12/20)
Coronavirus Update: California Restaurants Await Word On Reopening PlansRestaurants across California are awaiting Gov. Gavin Newsom’s news conference on Tuesday where he is expected to announce guidelines to reopen dining establishments amid the coronavirus pandemic. Kiet Do reports. (5/12/20)
CUPERTINO FIRE: Raw video of early morning fire at Cupertino auto body shopRaw video of early morning fire at Cupertino auto body shop
Coronavirus: Alameda County In Talks With Elon Musk Over His Defiant Plant ReopeningAlameda County In Talks With Elon Musk Over His Defiant Plant Reopening
Coronavirus: Gov. Newsom expected to announce further guidelines on his reopening planGov. Newsom expected to announce further guidelines on his reopening plan
Coronavirus: Bay Area cities looking to make deep cuts in the face of rising budget deficitsBay Area cities looking to make deep cuts in the face of rising budget deficits
MLB Owners Pitch Plan To Reopen On 4th Of July WeekendMajor League Baseball owners have reportedly approved a plan to have opening day of the 2020 season during the 4th of July weekend. Dennis O’Donnell tells us there are still a lot of hurdles to clear.