Governor Newsom touts his efforts to tackle smash-and-grabs – CBS San Francisco

San Jose Store Owner Hosts Toy Drive Despite Business ShutdownA San Jose business owner who has shut down for good amid the rise in smash-and-grabs isn’t letting it rob him of his vacation spirit. (12-17-21)

Spider-Man is reviving his movie businessThe movie industry needed a hero in the pandemic and it looks like they found one in the latest Spider-Man movie. Da Lin reports. (12-17-21)

Air travelers express concern over COVID but move forward with plansThe COVID delta and omicron double-hit variants worry vacationers, but usually don’t get discouraged. Reports by Betty Yu. (12-17-21)

Brazen catalytic converter theft captured by cameraThe victim of a filmed catalytic converter theft said on Friday she was at home when the thief decided to stop traffic and steal the auto part right outside her front door. Reports by Maria Cid Medina. (12-17-21)

Precise Friday night forecastChief meteorologist Paul Heggen has the precise forecast for the weekend. (12-17-21)

PIX nowHere is the latest news from the KPIX Newsroom. (12-17-21)

Raw Video: Newsom Government Announces Funding to Fight Retail CrimeGov. Gavin Newsom on Friday unveiled a plan to distribute $ 250 million in grants to help local jurisdictions tackle organized retail theft and gun smuggling, while Attorney General Rob Bonta announced a new task force dedicated to the pursuit of retail theft.

Governor Newsom touts efforts to tackle crushes and foreclosuresGovernor Newsom was back in the Bay Area on Friday to talk about the crime and he’s not the only one – the region’s leaders have sounded the alarm bells. Wilson Walker reports. (12-17-21)

South Bay defenders paint gravestones to mark homeless deathsAt least five people have died in cold and humid weather in the South Bay. They were all homeless. Shawn Chitnis reports. (12-17-21)

Bay Area Tech Talent helped build the Webb Space TelescopeNASA’s next major observatory, the James Webb Space Telescope, will launch next week. Max Darrow reports. (12-17-21)

Food for Bay Area Families: Gift of Vintage VineyardsVintage Wine Estates wrote a check for $ 40,000 to the Redwood Empire Food Bank. (12-17-21)

December snowfall brightens outlook for Sierra ski seasonAs the vacation begins, skiers are all smiles en route to the Sierra ski resorts. (12-17-21)

Rise of Omicron variant of coronavirus causes further cancellationsA week before Christmas and across the country, the increase in coronavirus cases is filling hospitals and forcing cancellations and postponements of entertainment and sporting events. (12-17-21)

Theranos fraud trial heads to juryThe jury that will weigh 11 counts of fraud and conspiracy against former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes finally won Friday night after a three-month trial. Kiet Do reports. (12-17-21)

Dead woman, 4 people hospitalized in Pittsburg with carbon monoxide poisoningA woman has died and a man and three children were hospitalized Thursday night with carbon monoxide poisoning at a Pittsburg home. Andra Borba reports. (12-17-21)

Raw video: San Francisco mayor London Breed announces state of emergency in Tenderloin districtThe Mayor of London Breed declared a local state of emergency in the crime-ravaged Tenderloin neighborhood of San Francisco on Friday, allowing city officials to override certain laws to quickly deal with a rising tide of fatal overdoses of fentanyl.

DoorDash makes 80,000 food deliveries for San Francisco-Marino food bankSueli Shaw, DoorDash Cody Jang, Food Bank of San Francisco-Marino The San Francisco-Marino Food Bank has a matching donor through December 31st.

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Vacation Travelers Packing SFO 1 Week Before Christmas EveEight days before Christmas, Friday is expected to be one of the busiest days for a vacation at San Francisco International Airport. Jocelyn Moran reports.

Governor Newsom announces government funding for crackdown on retail theftCalifornia Governor Gavin Newsom on Friday unveiled a $ 250 million plan to tackle widespread retail theft. Justin Andrews reports.

Aftermath of storm leads to power outages in San FranciscoWater from the recent storm in PG&E’s underground vaults caused numerous blackouts in San Francisco’s financial district and south of the market on Friday.

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