UC Researcher Proposes Covering California Aqueduct With Solar Panels – CBS San Francisco

PIX nowHere’s the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (4-24-21)

1 hour ago

UC researcher suggests covering the California aqueduct with solar panelsA UC researcher says that covering thousands of kilometers of California canals with solar panels would prevent evaporation losses and generate gigawatts of energy. Velena Jones reports. (4-24-21)

1 hour ago

Flushing with vaccine, North Bay health officials urge the stragglers to do their shotWith the surge in vaccine supply in the Bay Area, many who wanted to vaccinate have received their shots, and now the challenge for the counties is to convince those who are reluctant to follow them. John Ramos reports. (4-24-21)

2 hours ago

Alameda protesters demand answers after death in custodyStudent protesters held a rally outside the Alameda Police Department on Saturday. They want to learn more about how a man died in custody earlier this week. As Lin reports. (4-24-21)

2 hours ago

Red carpet green dress showcases sustainable fashion at the Academy AwardsExperts say the fashion industry is a leading cause of pollution, and with all eyes on the red carpet at Sunday’s Oscars, an organization is showing “fashion conscious”. Danya Bacchus reports. (4-24-21)

3 hours ago

Precise forecast on Saturday eveningThe meteorologist Darren Peck answers the question: When does the rain come? (4-24-21)

3 hours ago

PIX nowSaturday morning headlines from the KPIX 5 newsroom

14 hours ago

TODAY forecast: The latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamA rainy Sunday but then the sky clears during the week

14 hours ago

The government will bolster the supply of COVID vaccines in South Bay with an additional 100,000 dosesSanta Clara County is expected to receive 100,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine from the federal government next week, in addition to the state coverage it will receive. Maria Medina reports. (4-23-21)

21 hours ago

The San Francisco Opera is performing a Seville drive-in barber at Marin Center16 months ago, the San Francisco Opera closed its curtains. Friday night was the company’s first performance to a live audience since December 2019, but that audience stayed safe and comfortable in their cars. Andrea Nakano reports. (4-23-21)

21 hours ago

Warriors greet Dub Nation fans at the Chase CenterThe Warriors greeted the fans at the Chase Center on Friday night and hit the Nuggets 118-97 in front of a masked, vaxxed, aloof and very happy crowd. Andria Borba reports. (4-23-21)

21 hours ago

PIX nowHere’s the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (4-23-21)

1 day ago

Newsom Participates in Highway 1 Reopening; Proposes fracking banThe governor was in Monterey County on Friday to reopen Highway 1 near Big Sur. He also suggested banning new fracking projects. Brian Hackney reports. (4-23-21)

1 day ago

Politicians evaluate Caitlyn Jenner’s chances of becoming governorCaitlyn Jenner has just jumped into the running to replace Governor Gavin Newsom in a possible recall election. Political experts say it is facing an important first test. Devin Fehely reports. (4-23-21)

1 day ago

Warriors welcome fans back to the Chase CenterAt the Chase Center in San Francisco it was a very different feeling on Friday night when the Warriors hosted fans for the first time in more than a year. Andria Borba and Vern Glenn report. (4-23-21)

1 day ago

New housing, shopping and entertainment development planned for Shuttered Hilltop MallHilltop Mall in Richmond is officially dead. In its heyday it was a busy mall. But, as Wilson Walker reports, there is a new future for the 77 acre property off I-80. (4-23-21)

1 day ago

Students ascending above: Giselle Chiprez RamirezThis week’s Rising Above student saw her little brother hospitalized with a rare disease. Michelle Griego shares how she turned concern into motivation. (4-23-21)

1 day ago

Experts are revisiting mandates for face masks in the open airHealth experts say the risk of contracting COVID-19 outdoors has always been very small as long as you are not in a large crowd. Now that so many people are being vaccinated, they say the risk is even lower. Len Ramirez reports. (4-23-21)

1 day ago

Precise forecast for Friday eveningThe chief meteorologist Paul Heggen will tell you when the wet weather will arrive this weekend. (4-23-21)

1 day ago

Johnson & Johnson vaccine back in circulationA CDC panel found that the benefits of Johnson & Johnson’s one-time vaccine COVID-19 far outweigh any potential risks. (4-23-21)

1 day ago

Community mourns Oakland teen hit hit by Stray BulletThursday would have been Demetrius Fleming’s 19th birthday. Instead, it became a funeral. As Lin reports. (4-23-21)

1 day ago

Oakland’s Hidden Genius Project expands its mentoring reachThe Hidden Genius project, which trains and mentors young black men in technology, entrepreneurship and leadership, extends its reach beyond schoolchildren. Mary Lee reports. (23/04/21)

1 day ago

The work of a scientist from the Bay Area to map the lightning bolt of the earth, which pays off beyond raw dataLockheed Martin scientist Samantha Edgington developed the geostationary lightning mapping instrument on board two satellites that orbit the earth and offer a new perspective of our planet. Mary Lee reports. (23/04/21)

1 day ago

Warriors welcome fans back to the Chase CenterFor the first time since the COVID-19 league closed in March 2020, fans will be back in the stands at the Chase Center in San Francisco. Kiet Do reports. (23/04/21)

1 day ago

Comments are closed.