SF Supervisors Approve Casa Sanchez Bldg. in Mission District for Landmark status – CBS San Francisco

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First weather alert Saturday eveningMeteorologist Darren Peck has Sunday’s forecast. (01/29/22)

As COVID cases drop, street life in San Francisco returnsSunny weather, cultural celebrations and football fever brought people on Saturday to enjoy the sights and sounds of the city. reports Shawn Chitnis. (01/29/22)

Pandemic-inspired plywood murals on display in San FranciscoA unique art exhibition took place this weekend in San Francisco featuring works created at the start of the pandemic that offered hope during a time of great fear. Reports by John Ramos. (01/29/22)

49ers fans gear up for a classic north-south showdown49ers fans from across the Bay Area are already in Los Angeles or heading to Los Angeles to see the 49ers take on the Rams in the NFC title game. Report by Vern Glenn and Max Darrow. (01/29/22)

Napa Crash ends with a car on a storage containerA blue Honda pulled off Highway 29 and landed on top of a 12ft tall storage container in Napa. (01/29/22)

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First Weather Alert 7 Day ForecastBeautiful weather at the weekend, threat of gusty winds next week

Bay Area projects await injection of infrastructure fundsBART and SFO are just two of many local institutions that stand to benefit from Pres. Biden’s massive investment in infrastructure. reports Andria Borba. (28-01-22)

49ers fans look to make some noise and strengthen the team at the NFC ChampionshipThe exodus began on Friday with enthusiastic Faithful Niners heading en masse to Los Angeles for the 49ers’ showdown against the Rams for the NFC championship. Reports by Maria Cid Medina. (28-01-22)

PIX NowHere are the latest news from the KPIX newsroom. (28-01-22)

SF Supervisors Approve Casa Sanchez Bldg. in the Mission District for landmark statusThe former Mission District site of the Casa Sanchez company — known for its salsa, fries and tortillas — is about to become a historic landmark. reports Shawn Chitnis. (28-01-22)

North Bay man’s beloved cat allegedly taken by AirBnB tenantsA couple who were renting an AirBnB home in Sonoma reportedly left with a neighbor’s cat. The cat’s owner has been fighting for months to get her back. Da Lin reports. (28-01-22)

Valley Fair Mall’s plan to charge for parking draws ire from employeesValley Fair Mall in San Jose is one of the most popular in the Bay Area and there is now an uphill battle for parking. Kiet Do reports. (28-01-22)

Street closure, Parklets hit results of some Menlo Park businessesMenlo Park will keep a section of Santa Cruz Avenue closed to traffic to accommodate outdoor dining. The restaurateurs are delighted, the other traders are not. Reports by Max Darrow. (28-01-22)

First Weather Alert: Friday Night ForecastChief Meteorologist Paul Heggen has the weather forecast for the weekend. (28-01-22)

Bay Area projects to benefit from US infrastructure fundingSFO will soon receive nearly $50 million in infrastructure funding. Wilson Walker reports. (28-01-22)

49ers fans head to SoCal for NFC ChampionshipThe exodus began with the enthusiasm of the Faithful Niners heading to Los Angeles for the NFC 49ers-Rams Championship. reports Len Ramirez. (28-01-22)

Latest unemployment figuresFormer State EDD Director Michael Bernick explains how recent temporary business and school closures due to the Omicron push haven’t had a significant impact on the number of applications unemployment initials filed in California

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49ers fans head to airports and hit the road for NFC Championship GameJocelyn Moran reports Niners fans heading to LA for team’s showdown against Rams (01/28/2022)

Judge Stephen Breyer’s brother responds to his retirementA native of San Francisco, Justice Stephen Breyer has announced his retirement from the Supreme Court of the United States. KPIX 5’s Anne Makovec spoke with her brother, Judge Charles Breyer, a former U.S. District Court judge in San Francisco. He responds to the big announcement.

COVID mandates: San Francisco relaxed some indoor COVID masking requirements on Feb. 1San Francisco health officials have announced they will once again allow office workers, gym members and other “stable cohorts” of people to remove their COVID masks indoors starting Feb. 1.

First Weather Alert 7 Day ForecastWarm and partly cloudy weather over the weekend

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