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Millennium Tower: ex-tenant happy to get out of struggling SF skyscraperBuilding officials on Thursday gave the green light to resume limited work on repairing San Francisco’s leaning Millennium Tower after ongoing work to straighten the luxury tower was halted. Max Darrow reports. (10-28-21)

PIX nowHere is the latest news from the KPIX Newsroom. (10-28-21)

Back to the highlights of Ken Bastida’s ‘good question’As KPIX presenter Ken Bastida prepares to sign and retire, we take a look back at some of his “Good Question” segments. (10-28-21)

SF Muni vaccination deadline loomsAs a vaccination warrant looms for San Francisco Muni employees, it appears enough drivers have been fully vaccinated to avoid a major disruption in service. Wilson Walker reports. (10-28-21)

Facebook Changes Corporate Identity To ‘Meta’ As Crises SwirlFacebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said his company is renaming itself Meta, an effort to encompass his vision for virtual reality for the future. Kiet Do reports. (10-28-21)

Halloween Night Tours Return to Winchester Mystery HouseOne of the Bay Area’s spookiest Halloween traditions is back: walking the mysterious Winchester house in the dark. Len Ramirez reports from San José. (10-28-21)

Precise Thursday evening forecastChief meteorologist Paul Heggen has the forecast for the Bay Area microclimate. (10-28-21)

Let’s Talk COVID: Children and the VaccineElizabeth Cook speaks with infectious disease specialist Dr Peter Chin-Hong about the safety of childhood immunizations. (10-28-21)

Contra Costa fire teams get a head start on preparations for the 2022 fire seasonThe recent wet weather gives the Bay Area fire departments the opportunity to strategically prepare for the upcoming wildfire season. Kenny Choi reports. (10-28-21)

President Nancy Pelosi congratulates Ken BastidaKen Bastida is retiring after three decades at KPIX. On Thursday, he received a special message from the Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi. (10-28-21)

Pittsburg high school student found wearing KKK suit on campusAn East Bay school community is in shock Thursday after a student was found wearing a Ku Klux Klan costume on campus. Andria Borba reports. (10-28-21)

Outer lands return to Golden Gate ParkThe streets of San Francisco’s Sunset and Richmond neighborhoods are about to get a lot busier. The Outside Lands music festival returns Friday after a COVID hiatus. Shawn Chitnis reports. (10-28-21)

In-N-Out Updates Policy To Appease CoCo County Vax RequirementsIn-N-Out is making some changes after their fight with Contra Costa County over vaccine checks. Juliette Goodrich reports from Pleasant Hill. (10-28-21)

Concord retiree delivers meals and other aids to homeless people in East BaySharon Chin reports East Bay retiree helps homeless people in Concord (10-27-2021)

FIFA set to visit Bay Area to consider Levi’s Stadium a World Cup venueJocelyn Moran reports FIFA officials visit Bay Area to secure Bay Area Executives’ World Cup pitch (10-28-2021)

Berkeley Hotel workers stage noisy protest amid labor dispute with HiltonJustin Andrews reports striking hotel workers staged a noisy protest outside Double Tree in Berkeley (10-28-2021)

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Today’s forecast: the latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamClear skies for Halloween

Hotel workers strike: Hotel workers rally on picket lines in Berkeley to demand better working conditionsHotel workers rally on picket lines in Berkeley to demand better working conditions

World Cup bid: Bay Area officials prepare to secure rights to host FIFA World CupBay Area officials prepare to secure rights to host FIFA World Cup

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Drought: Torrential rains alleviate ‘exceptional’ drought conditions in Marin CountySunday’s atmospheric storm eased drought conditions in Marin County, but the region still has a long way to go before it emerges from the dry conditions.

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