Father’s Day lineup, Pixar’s “Luca”, Rita Moreno Documentary – CBS San Francisco

Liam’s List June 18: Father’s Day lineup, Pixar’s “Luca”, Rita Moreno documentaryKCBS reporter Liam Mayclem will provide KPIX 5 users with a weekly list of weekend tips for Bay Area entertainment, music, movies and online entertainment.

Friday morning weather forecast with Mary Lee(6/18/21)

San Francisco Stern Grove Festival kicks off again with reservation systemThis year’s Stern Grove Festival in San Francisco will be a very different experience from previous festivals. The 2021 festival marks the first time that Stern Grove has used a reservation system for every performance. Justin Andrews reports. (06/18/21)

Raw video: Walnut Creek filming scene outside the Target storeA shootout killed the driver of a vehicle in Walnut Creek Thursday night outside a Target store. (6/18/21)

Burned vehicles, man injured in brush fire near Highway 101 in San JoseA small but intense fire fueled by the heatwave destroyed two cars and injured their owners Thursday night in San José. Maria Medina reports. (6-17-21)

Record heat in Wallops Bay area, taxing power gridNorthern Californians choked on and then sought relief in water parks, beaches and indoors where air conditioners were consuming enough power to trigger planned outage warnings. Team cover by Darren Peck, Andrea Nakano and Juliette Goodrich. (6-17-21)

PIX nowHere is the latest news from the KPIX Newsroom. (6-17-21)

Longtime Bay Area ET hunters are skeptical of pending government UFO reportAs the government prepares to release a full account of the unexplained aerial phenomena this month, Bay Area scientists who have searched for alien life doubt they will see anything conclusive. Report by Juliette Goodrich. (6-17-21)

Heat pushes PG&E to warn of possible blackouts Thursday eveningPG&E warned of possible rotating power outages as the Bay Area suffocated on Friday night. Andrea Nakano reports. (6-17-21)

San Pablo police search for third suspect in home invasion theftLiz Cook reports authorities are looking for a third suspect in a spooky home invasion heist last month who is still at large (6-17-2021)

City of Antioch Formally Apologizes for Past Persecution of Chinese ImmigrantsAntioch faced its own racist story with a proclamation signed by the mayor on Friday apologizing for the past persecution of Chinese immigrants. Wilson Walker reports. (6-17-21)

Driven by drought emergency, Morgan Hill imposes water restrictionsThe water shortage is so bad at Morgan Hill that they save water by the glass. Len Ramirez reports. (6-17-21)

PG&E warns that some customers could be affected by possible spinning outagesTeam coverage of the sweltering bay area under the second day of heat wave that could lead to rotating power outages due to grid tension (6-17-2021)

A quarry near Cupertino offers to cut a panoramic ridgeCupertino’s Lehigh Permanente Quarry wants to expand mining operations that would destroy the ridge line bordering the Rancho San Antonio open space reserve. Kiet Do reports. (6-17-21)

94-year-old Asian American stabbed in San FranciscoAnh Taylor, 94, is in hospital recovering from stab wounds. Taylor is the victim of what San Francisco police described as an unprovoked attack Wednesday in Post St. Kenny Choi reports. (6-17-21)

Blisters in the bay area in extreme heat during the second heat wave dayTeam coverage of intense heat wave pushing triple-digit temperatures in interior parts of the Bay Area (6-17-2021)

Precise Thursday evening forecastMeteorologist Darren Peck with the current heatwave forecast for the Bay Area. (6-17-21)

Obamacare survives third challenge to U.S. Supreme CourtThe United States Supreme Court has dismissed a challenge to the Affordable Care Act in a decision that will leave the law intact. (6-17-21)

East Bay residents seek relief from triple-digit timeIt was the kind of day that makes water parks essential infrastructure. Juliette Goodrich speaks with Dubliners trying to beat the heat at The Wave. (6-17-21)

Vehicles set on fire in San Jose vegetation fire2 vehicles were set on fire in a wildfire near Highway 101 in San Jose. Maria Medina reports. (6-17-21)

Governor Newsom visits Oakland to promote COVID relief for small businessesJustin Andrews reports Governor Gavin Newsom continues to promote programs the state has put in place to help small businesses still struggling as state reopens after pandemic (6-17-2021)

Bay Area, NorCal Heatwave Could Break Records: Hot Weather Stress GridCities in the Bay Area were heading for the hottest temperatures of the year – some perhaps of all time – as a peak heatwave hit the area. Report by Mary Lee and Emily Turner. (6/17/21)

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