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Rising Sea Level Threatens Stinson Beach NeighborhoodsThe U.S. Geological Survey predicts that by 2100 the ocean could rise as much as seven feet, putting some 600,000 homes at risk of flooding. Many of them are in Marin County. Kenny Choi reports. (4-22-21)
Kaiser Employees Win $11.5 Million Class-Action, Race-Discrimination LawsuitEmployees of Kaiser Permanente won a class-action, race-discrimination lawsuit worth $11.5 million. Andrea Nakano reports. (4-22-21)
Oakland Tech Valedictorian Makes HistoryAhmed Muhammad is a trailblazer, set to become Oakland Technical High School's first African American male valedictorian. Devin Fehely reports. (4-22-21)
Berkeley Residents Cheer Flight Plan Change That Reduces Jet NoiseThe skies above Berkeley will be a lot friendlier for people below after the FAA dropped a plan to reroute air traffic over certain neighborhoods. Wilson Walker reports. (4-22-21)
Long Beach Convention Center Converted Into Shelter for Migrant ChildrenA Southern California convention center is being transformed to into a shelter for 150 migrant children from the border. Laurie Perez reports. (4/22/21)
Utilities Push to Cut Subsidies for Home Solar Energy SystemsHomeowners with solar panels get paid by PG&E for energy they kick back into the grid but utility companies are pushing to cut credits for home solar installations. Kenny Choi reports. (4-22-21)
SpaceX to Launch Recycled Rocket and CapsuleSpaceX is set to launch astronauts to the International Space Station and, as Mark Strassman reports, they'll make the trip on a recycled rocket. (4-22-21)
Civil Rights Leaders Pay Respects To Daunte Wright, Shot Dead By Minnesota Police Office During Traffic StopTwo days after the former officer who killed George Floyd was convicted of murder, Daunte Wright - a black man killed during a traffic stop in a neighboring city - was laid to rest. Michael George reports. (4/22/21)
Thursday Evening Pinpoint ForecastChief meteorologist Paul Heggen has the weekend forecast. (4-22-21)
South Bay Officials Issue Wildfire Season Early WarningOfficials are putting out an early warning to brace for fire season. Len Ramirez reports from Saratoga in Santa Clara County. (4-22-21)
2 Injured After Car Crashes Into San Francisco Outdoor Dining ParkletTwo people were injured Monday after a driver crashed into an outdoor dining parklet in San Francisco's North Beach, prompting questions about safety of the areas that have become popular during the pandemic. Betty Yu reports. (4/21/21)
San Mateo Police: Murder Of Rap Artist Cutty Banks Believed To Be Mistaken ID RetaliationTwo people who allegedly killed a Bay Area rapper in San Mateo in a twisted revenge plot. But as Stacy Butler reports, police said the suspects got the wrong guy. (4/21/21)
COVID Vaccines: Santa Clara Set To Deliver 1 Millionth Dose Amid Supply Influx - 'Something To Celebrate'Santa Clara County is poised to reach a major milestone this week when it delivers the one millionth COVID-19 shot since vaccine distribution began in December. Maria Medina reports. (4/21/21)
Family Holds Vigil, Seeks Accountability From Alameda Police Following In-Custody Death Of Mario GonzalezFamily members of Mario Gonzalez are demanding answers and transparency from the Alameda Police Department after the Oakland man died while in custody on Monday. Andrea Nakano reports. (4/21/21)
North Bay Ranchers Already Struggling With Drought Conditions Before Emergency DeclarationGovernor Gavin Newsom was in Mendocino County declaring a drought emergency on Wednesday, and while it specifically applies to Mendocino and Sonoma counties, the entire North Bay is already struggling with drought conditions. Wilson Walker reports. (4/21/21)
Jefferson Award: Hayward Woman Is Foster Mom To More Than 80 Infant BabiesA Hayward woman has been a mother to more than 80 babies over the years through foster care. Sharon Chin introduces Linda Owens, this week's Jefferson Award winner.
DA Chesa Boudin Touts Police Reform Legislation AB 127; SF Police Union Pushes BackIn the wake of the Derek Chauvin trial, several pieces of legislation addressing police reform have been proposed. Backed by San Francisco DA Chesa Boudin, Assembly Bill 127 aims to hold officers more accountable, but the measure is already receiving pushback by the SFPOA. Kenny Choi reports. (4/21/21)
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Investigation Underway After 16-Year-Old Ma’Khia Bryant Fatally Shot By Police In Columbus, OhioOn the same day of the Derek Chauvin verdict, a police officer in Columbus, Ohio shot and killed Ma’Khia Bryant, a black teenage girl. Body camera video has surfaced of the incident showing Bryant holding a knife. Ken Bastida reports. (4/21/21)
COVID Vaccine Supply In Santa Clara, San Mateo Counties a Case Of Haves, Have NotsIt's a tale of two counties when it comes to getting the COVID-19 vaccine. San Mateo County can't get enough doses, while its neighbor Santa Clara County has plenty, enough vaccine to meet the demand. Len Ramirez reports. (4/21/21)
Stunning BodyCam Video Of Danville Police Shooting Released; Officer Faces Charges In Prior Suspect KillingDeputy Andrew Hall, a law enforcement officer in Contra Costa County who was involved in two deadly shootings while on duty, is facing manslaughter charges in connection with the 2018 death of Laudemer Arboleda. Hall also fatally shot Tyrell Wilson in a confrontation earlier this year. Devin Fehely reports. (4/21/21)
Pandemic Doesn't Stop San Jose Stoners From Celebrating 4/20The pandemic didn't stop 4/20 celebrations across the Bay Area, even if it meant getting a little creative. Maria Medina reports from San Jose.
Oaklanders Express Mixed Feelings About Derek Chauvin Guilty VerdictAndrea Nakano talked to people at Oakland's Lake Merritt, who said they felt hopeful and skeptical after the guilty verdict in George Floyd's murder trial.
Ret. Judge LaDoris Cordell Weighs In On Derek Chauvin Guilty VerdictRetired judge LaDoris Cordell talks to Allen Martin about the 'guilty' verdict in the trial of Derek Chauvin for the killing of George Floyd.

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