Sen. Chuck Schumer Brings Voting Rights Bill to Floor of SenateSklyler Henry reports on Sen. Chuck Schumer introducing "For the People Act" to protect voter rights (6-22-2021)
EDD Requires Unemployment Benefits Recipients to Look for WorkTo get people to start working again, the Employment Development Department is reinstating the requirement for people to attest that they are actively looking for work. So far, though, they won't have to prove it. Len Ramirez reports. (6-18-21)
Bay Area Celebrates JuneteenthAn installation of 350 figures in Golden Gate Park by sculptor Dana King is just one of many ways residents of the Bay Area commemorated Juneteenth which became a federal holiday for the first time this year. Susie Steimle reports. (6-18-21)
City of Antioch Formally Apologizes for Past Persecution of Chinese ImmigrantsAntioch faced its own racist history with a proclamation signed Friday by the mayor apologizing for past persecution of Chinese immigrants. Wilson Walker reports. (6-17-21)
Obamacare Survives Third U.S. Supreme Court ChallengeThe U.S. Supreme Court dismissed a challenge to the Affordable Care Act in a decision that will leave the law intact. (6-17-21)
COVID Reopening: California Prepares for Relaxed RulesGov. Gavin Newsom on Friday afternoon signed an executive order that will lift most of California’s coronavirus rules. Devin Fehely reports. (6-11-21)
Gov. Newsom Blasts Judge Who Overturned Assault Weapons BanGov. Newsom launched a blistering attack on a federal judge in San Diego who overturned California's assault weapon ban. Wilson Walker reports. (6-10-21)
Polls Show Caitlyn Jenner With Slim Support in Recall RaceCaitlyn Jenner has seen slim support so far in the California governor recall race. Ken Bastida reports on how she's trying to change that. (6-10-21)
RAW: Gov. Newsom Blasts Federal Judge Who Overruled State's Assault Weapon BanGov. Gavin Newsom unleashes harsh criticism of federal judge whose ruling overturned California's long-standing assault weapons ban (6-10-2021)
AG Bonta, Newsom Announce Appeal To Ruling On State’s Assault Weapon BanLen Kiese reports on Gov. Newsom and California Attorney General Bonta announcing appeal of judge's ruling on state assault weapons ban (6-10-2021)
California Leaders Vow to Fight After Judge Overturns Assault Weapons BanOn Friday a federal judge in San Diego delivered a stunning decision overturning a decades-old assault weapons ban in California. As Wilson Walker reports, that ruling may not long endure. (6-5-21)
Santa Clara County DA to Confront Homeland Security Over VTA ShootingSanta Clara County DA Jeff Rosen is ready to ask the U.S. Department of Homeland Security why the agency didn't inform local authorities about detaining and interviewing the man behind last week's mass shooting at the VTA railyard. Maria Medina reports. (6-4-21)
Cal OSHA Workplace Rules Slammed for Mask ConfusionNew rules approved by Cal/OSHA regarding masks in the workplace are generating resistance and questions, even by the agency itself. Kiet Do reports. (6-4-21)
Cal OSHA Issues Confused, Temporary Decision on Workplace Mask GuidelinesConflicted California workplace regulators approved controversial rules that allow workers to go maskless only if every employee in a room is fully vaccinated against the coronavirus. (6-3-21)
New Chief Set to Lead Troubled Alameda Police DepartmentNishant Joshi has been hired to lead the Alameda police department. The former deputy chief in Oakland takes over a department facing harsh criticism from some in the community. Andrea Nakano reports. (6-3-21)
Deep Funding Cuts to Arts Programs Could Doom Santa Clara BalletProposed arts program cuts could be a death blow to Santa Clara Ballet. City-funded grants help pay for the venue at the convention center, where they hold Nutcracker performances every year. Kiet Do reports. (6-3-21)
COVID Recovery: SF High School Grads Allowed Outdoor Commencement CeremoniesIn-person commencement ceremonies are back for San Francisco high schools. On Tuesday the city and the school district teamed up to host graduations at Kezar Stadium and McAteer High.
Unlicensed Street Vendors Sell Food, Alcohol on SF Fisherman's WharfDozens of illegal vendors have set up shop selling merchandise, food and even alcohol in direct competition with licensed merchants along San Francisco's waterfront. Da Lin reports. (5-30-21)
Gov. Newsom Unveils $116 Million Giveaway to Vaccinated CaliforniansGov. Gavin Newsom on Thursday unveiled a $116.5 million vaccine incentive program that would offer cash prizes to people, including a $15 million cash prize that would be split between 10 people. Andrea Nakano reports. (5-27-21)
Former Alameda County Deputies Charged in San Francisco for Suspect's 2015 BeatingA high-profile 2015 beating caught on surveillance in San Francisco at the hands of law enforcement is back in the spotlight. Kenny Choi reports. (5-27-21)
Investigators Say VTA Shooter Known to Have Hated Workplace for YearsInvestigators are learning more about the arsenal of weapons Samuel Cassidy brought to work early Wednesday morning. It's becoming clear he intended to settle scores and he brought the firepower to do it. Len Ramirez reports. (5-27-21)
VTA Massacre Victims: Father Says His Slain Son Wasn't Supposed to Be OnsiteThe father of San Jose VTA employee Paul Megia who died Wednesday, said his son was supposed to work at home that day. Kiet Do reports. (5-27-21)
KPIX Special Report: Crime & Punishment in San FranciscoKen Bastida and Elizabeth Cook host a KPIX original report on the changing landscape of crime and law enforcement in the city. Reports from Kenny Choi and Wilson Walker and an interview with district attorney Chesa Boudin. (5-23-21)
Crime Victims Call for San Francisco DA Boudin to Step Up Enforcement or Step DownJustified or not, San Francisco's controversial district attorney Chesa Boudin has become a lightning rod for victims of crime in the city. Wilson Walker reports. (5-23-21)

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