Team coverage of destruction from the Glass and Shady Fires burning in the North Bay (9-28-2020)

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Multiple Wildfires Force Thousands To Evacuate In Napa And Sonoma CountyTeam coverage of destruction from the Glass and Shady Fires burning in the North Bay (9-28-2020)
California Parents Plan Weeklong "Zoom Out" Strike Over COVID-19 School ClosuresBetty Yu reports plans for students to participated in a "Zoom out" protests against distance learning across California (9-27-2020)
Glass Fire, Two New Wildfires Force Evacuations In Napa And Sonoma CountyTeam coverage of growing North Bay wildfires forcing new evacuation orders around Santa Rosa (9-27-2020)
Crews Wage Fierce Ground, Aerial Battle to Contain Uncontrolled Glass Fire in Napa ValleyThe Glass Fire, which broke out before dawn Sunday, quickly burned through 1,500 acres, forced numerous evacuations and remained zero percent contained as night fell. Team coverage from Katie Nielsen and Joe Vazquez at the fire front. (9-27-20)
Fast-Growing Glass Fire Forces Hospital Evacuation Near St. HelenaThe Glass Fire prompted a rapid, early-morning evacuation of the Adventist Health Medical Center in the hills above St. Helena. winery owners nearby were apprehensive throughout the day. John Ramos reports. (9-27-20)
Glass Fire Evacuees Gather at Napa ChurchHours after the fire broke out Sunday morning, evacuees were lining up at the Crosswalk Community Church in Napa. Devin Fehely reports. (9-27-20)
Mapping the Glass Fire Burn ZoneMeteorologist Darren Peck takes a closeup look at where and how the Glass Fire in Napa County is burning. (9-27-20)
Raw Video: Zero-Contained 'Glass Fire' Burns 1,000 Acres in Napa ValleyVideo shows firefight in Napa Valley outside St. Helena as crews helped by dozers and airplanes attempt to contain a fast-burning wildfire Sunday morning. (9-27-20)
'Forever Oakland' Brings Volunteers Together to Tackle Trash PickupGreg “Griz” Jones' “Forever Oakland” initiative has grown over the years into a dedicated group of volunteers who show up on Saturdays to do the dirty work of beautification the city won’t do. (9-26-20)
Bay Area Woman Rows Solo From San Francisco to Hawaii40-year-old Lia Ditton braved big sharks and even bigger waves to row her way into the record books. Don Ford reports. (9-26-20)
Thousands Receive Free Coronavirus Tests in OaklandOakland's Fruitvale neighborhood, hard hit by the coronavirus, is getting much needed support. Devin Fehley reports. (9-26-20)
East Bay Fire Danger Prompts Ban on Overnight Parking on Grizzly Peak BlvdOakland firefighters have already responded to 7 fires so far this season in the Grizzly Peak area. A nighttime ban on parking is in place now to prevent fires sparked by illegal activity. Katie Nielsen reports. (9-26-20)
San Francisco Rally Protests Violence Against Asian AmericansDemonstrators took to the streets of San Francisco to make their voices heard protesting hate crimes and violence against Asian Americans. Betty Yu reports. (9-26-20)
'Long-Haulers' Face Debilitating Chronic Health Issues Following Coronavirus Recoveryoctors are reporting cases of people who have recovered from COVID-19 and who then continue to battle a litany of chronic medical issues. Maria Medina reports. (9-25-20)
Organizers Plan San Francisco Demonstration to Protest Violence Against Asian AmericansOn Saturday, a big movement to fight back against hate crimes, racism and violence against Asian Americans is happening in San Francisco. Betty Yu spoke with two leaders who started "They Can't Burn Us All" (9-25-20)
Justice Dept. Tells S.F. Mayor Her Rule for Places of Worship UnconstitutionalThe U.S. Justice Department sent a letter to S.F. Mayor London Breed saying that the city's current COVID-19 policy allowing only one congregant in places of worship "is contrary to the Constitution..." Joe Vazquez reports. (9-25-20)
Protesters Clash With Oakland Police Forcing BART Station ClosureBART closed the 12th Street Oakland/City Center BART station due to civil unrest in downtown Oakland Friday evening. (9-25-20)
Bay Area Movie Theaters Reopen but Will Audiences Show Up?One of the Bay Area's largest movie theater chains reopened its doors Friday but no one expects anything like a "boffo" box office. Andria Borba reports. (9-25-20)
UC Davis Researchers Study Effects of Wildfire Smoke on Wine Grape HarvestNorthern California vineyards have been exposed for weeks to wildfire smoke but how much actual damage have the grapes sustained? It's complicated. Don Ford reports. (9-25-20)
Cal Fire on High Alert as Heat Wave, Winds ApproachWith the 3 major lightning wildfires in the Bay Area almost 100% contained, Cal Fire is shifting resources so crews can be ready for whatever lies ahead this weekend. Kenny Choi reports. (9-25-20)
Bay Area Cities Hire Extra Help in Rush to Complete 2020 CensusCities and counties across California are trying to make sure we get an accurate population count and, in many instances, they've hired their own workers to supplement the efforts of federal census takers. Devin Fehely reports. (9-25-20)
Illegal Marijuana Growing Operation Found In Garin Regional Park In HaywardAn illegal marijuana growing operation was cleared out at a regional park in Hayward Friday. (9/25/20)
San Jose Revives Police Foot Patrols in Little Saigon NeighborhoodAfter accusations of a violent response to protesters, San Jose police are working to rebuild trust in the community, step by step. Kiet Do reports. (9-25-20)
San Jose Volunteers Become Early Climate Action Warriors in New State InitiativeCalifornia is looking to recruit a new generation of climate change warriors and San Jose is the first to join the fight. Len Ramirez reports. (9-25-20)

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