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San Jose Westfield Valley Fair Mall workers step up fight against parking feesWorkers at San Jose’s Westfield Valley Fair Mall are stepping up public pressure against mall management as fees went into effect Tuesday, charging customers and employees for parking in garages. Kiet Do reports.
Wild turkeys roosting at Ames Research Center in Moffett Field are movedNASA is teaming up with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) on a mission to send many turkeys to a new home. Reports by Max Darrow.
‘Small schools movement’ at heart of OUSD school closuresThe roots of the school closure crisis at Oakland Unified began in 2000 with the “small school movement.” John Ramos looks back.
Raw video: Fire scene in San JoseA resident died Tuesday after a fire burned down a home in a San Jose neighborhood Tuesday afternoon.
COVID: UC infectious disease expert talks about California’s plan to lift mask mandateCalifornia will lift its indoor mask mandate in just one week. Dr. John Schwartzberg, an infectious disease expert at UC Berkeley, weighs in on this.
Tuesday Night Weather Forecast with Paul HeggenExpect abnormally warm temperatures on Wednesday, with highs possibly approaching record highs. Meanwhile, conditions are expected to remain dry for the foreseeable future. Paul Heggen has the forecast. (08/02/22)
2022 Oscar nominations announcedHollywood’s biggest night is fast approaching. The Oscar nominations were announced on Tuesday. Danya Bacchus shows us this year’s list.
Election day approaches for San Francisco school board members facing recallSan Francisco voters still have a week to decide whether or not to remove three school board members. Kenny Choi reflects on the campaign. (08/02/22)
A team of engineers designs a futuristic solar-powered tramA team of researchers from San Jose State University has developed a high-tech solar-powered streetcar system that could solve traffic jams. Len Ramirez gives us a look inside the Spartan Superway.
Disproportionate impact of Alzheimer’s disease on African AmericansCBS News Bay Area anchor Len Kiese talks with Dr. Doris Molina-Henry, assistant research professor of neurology at the University of Southern California’s Keck School of Medicine, about how the disease of Alzheimer’s Disproportionately Affects the African-American Community
Santa Clara Valley water officials are sounding the alarm after ‘one of January’s worst,’ dry FebruaryAn unusually dry start to the new year has Santa Clara Valley Water District officials growing concerned about the upcoming summer if there isn’t more rainfall.
Rising interest rates: what impact could it have on you?CBS News Bay Area anchor Len Kiese asks US Bank’s Mike Shepard about the impact of planned Federal Reserve interest rate hikes on mortgages, lending products and credit cards
Students, teachers and parents march ahead of vote on closing Oakland schools; Hunger strikers until day 8In the final hours before school board votes, students, parents and teachers rose up and tried to raise their voices to try to stop schools from closing in Oakland. reports Andria Borba.
Supply chain issues are impacting the auto industryCBS News Bay Area’s Gianna Franco talks to Kelley Blue Book editor Matt Degan about the effects supply chain issues are having on today’s auto market
Premiere of the new animated series “Fairview”CBS News Bay Area’s Gianna Franco talks to stars James Austin Johnson and Aparna Nancherla of the CBS Studios-produced adult series “Fairview,” which arrives at Comedy Central on Wednesday, Feb. 9
IRS warns of scams targeting taxpayersIRS’ Raphael Tulino tells CBS News Bay Area anchor Len Kiese about several impersonation scams that try to trick taxpayers into giving up their personal or financial information
OUSD to decide on school closures and mergers on TuesdayThe Oakland Unified School District will decide Tuesday night whether to close and consolidate multiple schools. reports Jocelyne Moran.
Foster Farms deposits 17 tons of produce at the San Francisco-Marin Food BankHunger in the Bay Area has reached critical levels during the pandemic. But as things begin to calm down, there is still a great need. Justin Andrews reports from the San Francisco-Marin food bank where they received crucial support on Tuesday.
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Blood donations still needed despite shortage in Bay AreaThe non-profit organization Vitalant is the sole supplier of vital blood to more than 45 Bay Area hospitals. KPIX 5’s Amanda Starrantino sat down with Kevin Adler to learn more about the Bay Area’s situation with its current blood supply.
Weather Extra: High pressure causes intense weather conditionsKPIX 5 meteorologist Darren Peck explains how high pressure off the coast is breaking intensity records. The Bay Area experiences warm temperatures while places like Juneau, Alaska experience record rainfall.
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First Weather Alert Tuesday Morning ForecastTemperatures continue to rise