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New art exhibit in SF Mission District features robot creationsRenaissance 2.0 at Modernism West, a gallery in the Mission District of San Francisco, takes a dazzling look at the future of machine-enhanced art. Betty Yu reports. (9-24-21)

As COVID Delta variant infections drop experts warn of winter waveThe COVID Delta variant has surged across the country this summer, but the infection rate is now declining rapidly, although experts warn another increase could occur this winter. Reports by Maria Cid Medina. (9-24-21)

Concord Restaurant, Bar Patrons Divided Over Vaccine MandateFriday night in downtown Concord and the vaccination mandate is in effect for indoor restaurants, bars and gyms. Andrea Nakano reports. (9-24-21)

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Costco sets limits on purchases due to transportation issuesPurchase limits and, in some cases, higher prices are now coming to a Costco near you. This time he is not motivated by panic buying. Instead, Costco says it has to do with supply chain delays. Da Lin reports. (9-24-21)

Fawn Fire, ongoing drought a double whammy for area residentsThe Fawn Fire exploded over 9 square miles, forcing thousands of people to leave their homes west of Redding. And the historic drought complicates the shooting. Wilson Walker reports. (9-24-21)

SF store chain ban halts Taqueria expansion in Mission District in North BeachSan Francisco Mission District Taqueria El Farolito intended to open a new spot in North Beach, but they may have to look elsewhere. Max Darrow reports. (9-24-21)

UC Merced scholar excels in math and engineering despite strugglesFor some students, math can be boring, but for Jair Martinez, it’s a way to focus on problem-solving skills in the classroom and in life, especially in difficult situations. (9-24-21)

San Jose COVID seniors protest impending evictionSome San Jose seniors are at risk of being evicted from their COVID emergency shelter. They led their fight to the town hall. Kiet Do reports. (9-24-21)

Talking about COVID: UCSF expert answers questions from Vax BoosterUniversity of California San Francisco epidemiologist Dr George Rutherford answers questions about the need for COVID-19 booster vaccines. (9-24-21)

Precise Friday night forecastMeteorologist Darren Peck has the forecast for the weekend. (9-24-21)

Testimony from laboratory director Theranos ends week 3 of Holmes fraud trialFriday’s testimony focused on what Elizabeth Holmes knew about her company’s flawed blood testing technology and how she still pursued her plans to launch the product. Len Ramirez reports. (9-24-21)

COVID-19 booster shots are coming but confusion slows adoptionSanta Clara County is already administering booster shots of the Pfizer vaccine, but there haven’t been too many people lining up to roll up their sleeves. Andria Borba reports. (9-24-21)

Recipe for successChef Ryan Scott talks to Elizabeth Cook about KPIX 5 about her career in the food industry and restaurant situation during pandemic

San Francisco 49ers pledge an additional $ 5 million in grants to expand social justice programKPIX’s Christine Samra chats with Stacy McCorkle, director of community relations for the San Francisco 49ers, to discuss the organization’s 10-year commitment to expanding its social justice agenda. The team said that “the grant initiative expands the $ 1 million awarded by the team to 10 social justice organizations in September 2020, resulting in measurable positive change for individuals in the Bay Area and from all over California “.

Golden State Warriors Sponsors STEM ‘Basketball Decoded’ EventThe Golden State Warriors are known to be among the most tech-savvy franchises in the NBA, so it seemed natural for the team to host dozens of Bay Area high school students for a STEM event.

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Oakland Residents Begin Learning About Getting COVID BoostersJustin Andrews reports when an East Bay clinic will start offering COVID boosters now that CDC has approved booster shots (9-24-2021)

PG&E charged with manslaughter for starting deadly Zogg fire last yearGianna Franco reports that PG&E faces new charges, including 11 felonies for starting the Zogg fire in Shasta County (9-24-2021)

FAWN FIRE: Extreme heat firefighters battling fire north of ReddingAnne Makovec reports fire crews are making progress against destructive Fawn Fire, but only at 10% containment so far (9-24-2021)

Fawn Fire: Deb Webb’s emotional return to her burnt down houseAmong the residents who lost their homes is Deb Webb. She returned late Thursday evening to examine what remains of her house.

Fawn Fire: Raw video of the devastation caused by the Fawn FireAs the blaze passed through the lines of control, it forced at least 4,000 residents to flee their homes. At least 25 structures had burned down Thursday evening, including several houses.


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