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Marin Brewing Company Shuts Down After 3 Decades Due To Pandemic BattleThe Marin Brewing Company is closing at the end of the month after its owner indicated that ongoing pandemic battles were getting too tough. That reports Katie Nielsen. (1/19/22)

Queen of the Valley hospital workers carry out picket over pandemic staffing, payment difficultiesEmployees at Queen of the Valley Medical Center were picketing Wednesday night, claiming that Napa County’s largest hospital is seriously understaffed and underpaid. Andrea Nakano reports. (1/19/22)

Suspect of attempted carjacking Killed in San Jose police shootingA man suspected of stealing a vehicle and then trying to carjack a second car was killed Wednesday night in a shootout with police officers in the Rose Garden neighborhood of the city of Rose Garden. That reports Maria Cid Medina. (1/19/22)

San Jose could become the home of the cricket stadiumOne of the world’s most popular sports, a stadium made for cricket could soon be built on the Santa Clara County Fairgrounds site in San Jose. Kiet Do reports. (1/19/22)

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Levee project launched to protect the flood-prone South Bay community of AlvisoDevin Fehely reports on the demolition of a new levee project to prevent future flooding in the South Bay (1-19-2022)

State Attorney General Opens Civil Rights Inquiry in Santa Clara County Sheriff’s OfficeMax Darrow reports on California Attorney General launching investigation into Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office conduct (1-19-2022)

COVID: California cases dwindle slightly amid Omicron spike; Experts say distinction in hospital admission figures is importantNew figures from California health officials on Wednesday show that the number of COVID-19 cases is falling slightly. Meanwhile, experts say the distinction between patients hospitalized for COVID-19, versus with COVID, is more critical during the ommicron surge. That reports Kenny Choi. (1/19/22)

Pandemic ensures that more people work remotely from rental propertiesThe pandemic has made it possible for many workers to work virtually anywhere. As Michael George reports, many of them stay longer in rental properties, such as Airbnb.

Possible explosive device outside Oakland federal building turns out to be elaborate hoaxA device that looked like a pipe bomb placed Wednesday by someone near a federal building in downtown Oakland turned out to be an elaborate hoax device. That reports Katie Nielsen.

North Bay Doctor Helps Make Medicines More Accessible in Rural GuatemalaSharon Chin reports on a Bay Area doctor who is changing the way people in Guatemala receive medical care (1-19-2022)

Wednesday night Weather forecast with Paul HeggenExpect fog late Wednesday to Thursday, close in some areas. It will remain dry for the next few days, with possible strong winds on Friday and Saturday. Paul Heggen has the prediction. (1/19/22)

San Francisco opens new service center for people in need in TenderloinIt’s a key part of San Francisco Mayor London Breed’s emergency statement to address the problems in the city’s Tenderloin district. Wilson Walker reports on a new service that has officially opened to help people.

President Biden discusses progress with Agenda as administration marks first yearSkyler Henry reports on President Biden trying to put a positive spin on recent setbacks as he marks his first year in office (1-19-2022)

Stanford COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Mandate faces pushback as deadline approachesSome students at Stanford University are pushing back on a mandate to bolster the COVID-19 vaccine as the school sets a Jan. 31 deadline to receive the injection. Andria Borba reports. (1/19/22)

San Jose faces alarming spike in traffic fatalitiesLen Ramirez reports on San Jose police investigating fatal accident that killed two pedestrians Tuesday night (1-19-2022)

Raw Video: Press Conference on Possible Explosive Device Outside Oakland Federal BuildingAuthorities on Wednesday investigated a possible explosive device near a federal building in downtown Oakland, forcing evacuations and street closures.

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Search underway for aggressive mountain lion in Belmont . neighborhoodJustin Andrews reports on search for cougar that killed second cougar on peninsula (1-19-2022)

State Attorney General Opens Civil Rights Inquiry in Santa Clara County Sheriff’s OfficeJocelyn Moran reports on California AG Bonta announcing an investigation into the behavior of the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office (1-19-2022)

A’s Future: Important Planning Meeting for Wednesday on the A’s Howard Terminal Ball Park PlanOakland Planning Committee Formed to Vote on Howard Terminal Ball Park Environmental Impact Statement

Flight disruptions: 5G rollout will affect flights outside SFOTravel experts warn significant flight disruptions could occur on Wednesday as Emirates, ANA, Japan Airlines and Air India announced the suspension of services to several US cities

TODAY’S forecast: The latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamTemperatures soar into the 60s


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