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Second Theranos Fraud Trial Begins With Opening Statements About Sunny Balwani’s Alleged InvolvementOpening statements were underway Tuesday in the trial of Sunny Balwani, former president of blood testing startup Theranos and ex-boyfriend of founder Elizabeth Holmes. reports Joceyln Moran.
PIX NowKPIX 5 Tuesday noon news update.
“Halo” premieres Thursday on Paramount+Pablo Schreiber talks about “Halo” which will be released Thursday on Paramount+
CJ Holmes on the Golden State WarriorsVern Glenn talks to CJ Holmes of the Golden State Warriors. Holmes is the new Beat Warriors writer for the Chronicle and he played Division One basketball at Auburn.
“Beyond the Edge” airs Wednesday on KPIX 5 and Paramount+.Gianna interviews Colton Underwood & Eboni K Williams to talk about “Beyond the Edge”
Navigate the College Admissions ProcessKPIX 5’s Len Kiese speaks with Santa Clara University’s Vice President of Admissions on tips for students and parents navigating the college admissions process, as most colleges are in the process of to send letters of application.
First Weather Alert Tuesday Morning ForecastTemperatures near record highs
COVID: Bay Area’s high vaccination rate may keep Omicron BA.2 surge awayA UCSF epidemiologist expects the next surge in Omicron BA.2 cases may look very different in the Bay Area compared to other parts of the country.
THERANOS: Opening Statements in Fraud Lawsuit of Theranos COO Sunny BalwaniAfter a delay over COVID scares, opening statements in the federal fraud trial of former Theranos COO Chairman Ramesh “Sunny” Balwani were scheduled to begin today.
TRIP TUESDAY: Getting around the Chase Center during the NCAA TournamentNCAA tournament fever is coming to Chase Center in San Francisco this week with the start of Western Regional games.
PIX NowTuesday morning headlines from the KPIX Newsroom
Cruise self-driving cars deliver 2 millionth meal to San Francisco-Marin food bankThanks to new technologies, the San Francisco Marin Food Bank ticks off its two millionth meal delivered thanks to the use of self-driving cars from Cruise.
Meet the Entrepreneurs Behind Lifestyle Cannabis Company James Henry SFSan Francisco’s Apothecarium Dispensary and Gallery is showcasing multimillion-dollar artwork for sale to help fund lifestyle and wellness cannabis brand James Henry SF. BR talks to co-founders James Victor and J. Henry Alston about art, their brand and the challenges facing black-owned cannabis businesses.
Bay Area Panthers kick off first season with win at SAP Center in San JoseIt may be March, but it’s football season in San Jose. Bettu Yu was there to see the Bay Area Panthers enter the field after a very long hiatus.
COVID: Health expert believes boosters and vigilance will prevent surge of Omicron’s BA.2 variantWastewater samples detected the new Omicron BA.2 variant in the Southbay. As spring break approaches, Andrea Nakano asks a UCSF health expert if there’s anything to worry about.
Improve gut healthCBS News Bay Area anchor Elizabeth Cook talks to Cedars Sinai gastroenterologist Dr. Mark Pimentel about all things IBS, SIBO, gut health and the microbiome
Weather forecast for the first Monday evening warningHot week ahead.
COVID: Scientists find Omicron’s BA.2 variant in Southbay wastewaterThe new variant of Omicron known as BA.2 has been detected in wastewater samples from Santa Clara County. Len Ramirez spoke to health experts about the risks.
Antioch Crews Rescue Man Stuck in Storm Sewer for 2 DaysEmergency crews in Antioch pulled a man who was stuck in a storm drain for two days. Julliete Goodrich says more about how the crews pulled it off.
PIX NowThe headlines from the KPIX 5 Evening News for Monday, March 21, 2022.
March Madness at the Chase Center, a boon for tourism in San FranciscoThe Chase Center arena will soon be filled with thousands of screaming college basketball fans. Andria Borba explains why this is good news for tourism in San Francisco.
Allergy season lengthening due to weather changesShawn Chitnis reports on emerging allergy issues affected by climate change, COVID (3-21-2022)
Ex-Google employees file lawsuit, say tech giant discriminates against black workersFormer Google employees, including a diversity recruiter, accuse the tech giant in a lawsuit of discriminating against black employees. Kiet Do reports. (03/21/22)
Richmond High School students transfixed and inspired by Jackson confirmation hearingsDevin Fehely reports that Richmond High students attend historic confirmation hearings for Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson (03/21/2022)