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Faced with business depressed by pandemic, Bay Area restaurants struggle to stay openLast year, restaurants were getting ready to prepare holiday meals to go. This year, in-person meals are back, but the question is: how long can restaurateurs continue to serve? Andrea Nakano reports. (12-16-21)

Schools and law enforcement on alert for TikTok messages threatening violenceThreats of school shootings posted on the TikTok social media platform have prompted school districts across the country to respond. Kenny Choi reports. (12-16-21)

PIX nowHere is the latest news from the KPIX Newsroom. (12-16-21)

Experimental gene therapy effective to give children a new chance at lifeA new report shows how an experimental technique can produce dramatic benefits in young children born with AADC deficiency. Report by Juliette Goodrich. (12-16-21)

Precise Thursday evening forecastChief meteorologist Paul Heggen has the forecast for Friday. (12-16-21)

Recent rains boost hopes Marin can ease drought restrictionsThe last days of rain gave a 12% boost to the seven reservoirs on which Marin County’s water depends. Max Darrow reports. (12-16-21)

Walk-in COVID vaccine clinic reopens in downtown OaklandA free walk-in COVID-19 vaccination clinic in Oakland has reopened after it closed due to a shortage of vaccines and staff. Report by Juliette Goodrich. (12-16-21)

December real estate report in East BayBay East Association of Realtors President Tina Hand chats with KPIX 5’s Len Kiese about the state of the real estate market in East Bay, with fewer homes on the market

Oakland owner blames Caltrans for repeated floodingTheresa Mendoza of Oakland blames a Caltrans drainage ditch and culvert running along her back fence to be the cause of three recent floods in her home. Reports by Andria Borba. (12-16-21)

Talking About COVID: All About OmicronElizabeth Cook spoke with Dr Art Reingold of the UC Berkeley School of Public Health about the rapidly spreading omicron variant of the coronavirus. (12-16-21)

Speak with the only “survivor” of season 41KPIX 5’s Gianna Franco talks to Erika Casupanan about winning last season of “Survivor” and what she plans to do with her $ 1 million prize

Late fall storms put the state on track to beat droughtIt’s far too early to celebrate the victory over the drought, but this fall has certainly been encouraging for meteorological and climatological experts. Wilson Walker reports. (12-16-21)

Holmes’ closing arguments focus on his intentionJurors in the case of former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes heard radically different interpretations of her motives and actions on Thursday. Kiet Do reports. (12-16-21)

Fast-spreading Omicron COVID variant worries health officialsSouth Bay health officials made an urgent appeal to residents to receive their COVID-19 vaccine boosters on Thursday to fight the rapidly spreading omicron variant. Shawn Chitnis is leading the team’s coverage. (12-16-21)

PIX nowKPIX 5 Thursday Noon News Update

C510 Cycling Donates $ 45,000 to Alameda County Community Food BankChad Gallagher, C510 Cycling Michael Altfest, Alameda County Community Food Bank

Weather forecast Thursday afternoon with Mary Lee12/15/21

Flooded Bay Area Roads Following Latest RainstormRoads in the Bay Area are flooded following the latest rainstorm and crews were cleaning up on Thursday and preparing for the next storm. Justin Andrews reports.

Flooded roads: A week of rain flooded some roads in Sonoma CountyCounty wine businesses try to recover from a week of rain and flooded roads

HOLIDAY boosters: health authorities step up call for vaccinations and booster injectionsAs Christmas approaches, health officials step up calls for vaccinations and reminders

Today’s forecast: the latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamClear sky Thursday

Stunning Catalytic Converter Theft: Catalytic Converter Theft Capture In Car On VideoIn minutes, catalytic converter thief removes converter from parked car

Parents at Richmond Elementary School demand eviction of principal and prevent more than 100 children from sickouting classDozens of parents at one East Bay elementary school have called for the principal’s removal and barred their children from attending classes this week in what they described as a “work stoppage.” Kenny Choi reports. (12/15/21)


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