Senior dancers beat Asian hate in San Francisco’s Chinatown – CBS San Francisco

PIX nowHere is the latest news from the KPIX Newsroom. (5-9-21)

North Bay homeowners scramble to prepare their properties for the first fire seasonThe North Bay is one of the hot spots in the face of extreme fire danger and residents are busy clearing space around their homes in anticipation of a drought-induced wildfire season. Da Lin reports. (5-9-21)

In San Francisco‘s Chinatown, senior dancers beat Asian hateA group of seniors in San Francisco’s Chinatown are making their own moves against Asian hate crimes with a new rap that’s mostly in Cantonese. Sharon Chin reports. (5-9-21)

As experts question the need for masks in the Bay Area, many remain reluctant to remove themHow comfortable will Californians be to ditch their masks? That’s a question a lot of people are asking these days, as wearing a face mask is becoming more of a choice than a mandate. John Ramos reports. (5-9-21)

Sunday evening, precise forecastThe dry and windy weather continues, says meteorologist Darren Peck. (5-9-21)

Bay Area Heritage: Ancient KPIX 5 Dana King Anchor Sculpture Selected for African American Monument in Golden Gate ParkAncient KPIX 5 Dana King anchor sculpture selected for African-American monument in Golden Gate Park

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Today’s forecast: the latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamWarming trend, red flag warning continues for Mother’s Day

COVID-19 reopens: San Francisco businesses are thriving again under new freedoms from COVID-19 yellow levelSan Francisco businesses are thriving again under new COVID-19 yellow level freedoms

RED FLAG WARNING: Bay Area homeowners scramble to clear brush and bloom near homes as wildfire season beginsEarly season red flag alert causes Bay Area homeowners to scramble to clear brush and bloom near homes as wildfire season begins

San Jose Brushfire: Raw video of firefighters fighting a large wildfire near 1560 Oakland Rd in San JoseRaw video of firefighters fighting a large wildland fire near 1560 Oakland Rd in San Jose

PIX nowHere is the latest news from the KPIX Newsroom. (5-8-21)

East Bay real estate prices soar in the stratosphereIt’s not just the weather. The hot real estate market is sizzling right now in the East Bay! Da Lin reports. (5-7-21)

Panel chooses Archie Willams as new name for Drake High in Marin CountyA selection committee seeking to rename Sir Francis Drake High School in Marin County made their choice. They want it named after a former teacher, Archie Williams, who also won an Olympic gold medal at the infamous 1936 Berlin Games. John Ramos reports. (5-8-21)

East Bay Fire Departments Prepare Resources for Dangerous Dry SeasonThe Alameda County Fire Department opened the first red flag event of the year with a flag raising and massive inspection operation. Wilson Walker’s Reports (5-8-21)

Spotlight on caregivers: among the heroes of the pandemic, nurses stand outPeople’s health has been destroyed and lives lost in the year-long pandemic. Nurses have been there every step of the way, taking care of their patients both physically and emotionally. Devin Fehely reports. (5-8-21)

Saturday nightMeteorologist Darren Peck explains where the fire risk is greatest and the winds likely to be strongest as the Red Flag weekend continues. (5-8-21)

Today’s forecast: the latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamTemperatures soar amid gusty red flag warning conditions

PIX nowSaturday morning headlines from the KPIX 5 newsroom

Asian-American attacks: New video shows Asian American man hit by pole on San Francisco streetSan Francisco Police said a suspect who allegedly beat an Asian father in Mission Bay also attacked another Asian man the day before.

Rollover crash closes part of the 101 freeway in San Jose on Friday nightPart of the 101 freeway in San Jose was closed Friday night due to a fatal rollover accident. (5-7-21)

New poll shows nearly three-quarters of Asians in California fear violenceAsian Americans, more than any other ethnic group in California, fear violence against them, according to a new poll released Friday. Reports by Maria Medina. (5-7-21)

Sidelined by pandemic, bartenders turn to courier deliveryAs the pandemic dragged on, many bartenders decided the Post offered a better mix of benefits and security than any cocktail bar. Susie Steimle reports. (5-7-21)

Napa Valley winemakers say dry year can survive but fear prolonged droughtMost farmers are worried about their crops as they enter the second consecutive dry year. Winery owners say they may be the luckiest – at least so far. Andrea Nakano reports. (5-7-21)

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