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COVID-19 Reopening: San Francisco businesses thriving again under new freedoms from COVID-19 Yellow TierSan Francisco businesses thriving again under new freedoms from COVID-19 Yellow Tier
RED FLAG WARNING: Bay Area homeowners scrambling to clear brush and overgrowth near homes as wildfire season gets underwayEarly season Red Flag warning has Bay Area homeowners scrambling to clear brush and overgrowth near homes as wildfire season gets underway
San Jose Brushfire: Raw Video Of Firefighters Battle Large Vegetation Fire Near 1560 Oakland Rd In San JoseRaw Video Of Firefighters Battle Large Vegetation Fire Near 1560 Oakland Rd In San Jose
East Bay Real Estate Prices Soar Into StratosphereIt's not just the weather. The red-hot real estate market is sizzling right now in the East Bay! Da Lin reports. (5-7-21)
Panel Selects Archie Willams as New Name for Drake High in Marin CountyA selection committee seeking to rename Sir Francis Drake High School in Marin County has made their choice. They want it named after a former teacher, Archie Williams, who also won an Olympic gold medal at the infamous 1936 Berlin Games. John Ramos reports. (5-8-21)
East Bay Fire Departments Ready Their Resources for Dry, Dangerous SeasonThe Alameda County Fire Department opened the first red flag event of the year with a flag raising and a massive inspection operation. Wilson Walker reports (5-8-21)
Saturday Evening Pinpoint ForecastMeteorologist Darren Peck explains where the fire risk is highest and winds likely to be strongest as the red flag weekend continues. (5-8-21)
Asian American Attacks: New Video Shows Asian American Man Slammed Into Pole On San Francisco StreetSan Francisco police said suspect who allegedly beat Asian Father in Mission Bay also attacked another Asian Man one day prior
Rollover Crash Closes Portion of Highway 101 in San Jose Friday NightPart of Highway 101 in San Jose was closed down Friday night because of a deadly rollover crash. (5-7-21)
New Poll Shows Nearly Three-Quarters of California Asians Fear Being Victims of ViolenceAsian Americans, more than any other ethnic group in California, are fearful about being victims of violence, according to a new poll released Friday. Maria Medina reports. (5-7-21)
Sidelined by Pandemic, Bartenders Turn to Mail DeliveryAs the pandemic dragged on, a lot of bartenders decided that the Post Office offered a better mix of benefits and security than any cocktail lounge. Susie Steimle reports. (5-7-21)
Walnut Creek Officers Cleared in 2019 Shooting of Miles HallThe Contra Costa County District Attorney's Office announced Friday that no charges will be filed against the officers involved in the 2019 fatal shooting of Miles Hall, a 23-year-old man experiencing a mental health crisis near his home. Juliette Goodrich reports. (5-7-21)
Man Accused in SF Double Stabbing Refuses to Appear in Court for ArraignmentPatrick Thompson was set to be arraigned on Friday afternoon for allegedly stabbing two elderly Asian women however he refused to come to court from jail. Wilson Walker reports. (5-7-21)
Early-Warning App Alerted Thousands About Imminent Truckee-Area TemblorSeconds before Thursday night's Sierra Nevada earthquakes the Shake Alert app worked as advertised for many Northern California residents but it overestimated the magnitude by a lot. Brian Hackney explains. (5-7-21)
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San Jose Arts Committee Votes to Remove Controversial StatueSan Jose's public art committee voted this week to have the controversial statue of Thomas Fallon stored indoors and away from the public eye. Maria Medina reports. (5-6-21)
East Bay Crews Battle Multiple Blazes Thursday as Dry Winds Boost Fire DangerFire season already seems to be in full swing but some areas of the Bay Area are better prepared than others to battle the flames. Andrea Nakano reports. (5-6-21)
Multiple Earthquakes Rattle Sierra North of TruckeeSeveral small earthquakes rattled the Lake Tahoe region in rapid succession Thursday night with the largest recorded at a magnitude of 4.7. (5-6-21)
Hayward Couple Told to Clean Up Trash Left at Homeless Camp by Their HomeAn East Bay couple is caught in a trash battle with the county. They say they are being punished for a mess that is not theirs. Juliette Goodrich reports from Hayward. (5-6-21)
South Bay Farms, Ranches Grapple With Worsening DroughtSanta Clara County ranchers and farmers fear the worst as the region descends deeper into a severe drought. Len Ramirez reports. (5-6-21)
SF District Attorney Boudin to Lead Prosecution of Suspect in Asian Women Attack CaseThe office of San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin on Thursday announced charges against the suspect in the Market Street stabbing of two older Asian women and noted Boudin would personally represent the prosecution at the arraignment. Kenny Choi reports. (5-6-21)

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