The owner of a small Buddhist temple in the Fremont hills announced plans to file a federal civil rights lawsuit against the city, claiming she was discriminated against in her quest to receive building permits. Devin Fehely reports. (5/11/21)

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Santa Clara County Mounts Effort to Reach Herd ImmunityThe Bay Area's largest county is pulling out all the stops to reach herd immunity and offering its residents incentives if they get the COVID-19 vaccine. Maria Medina reports. (6-18-21)
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California Dodges Outages During Heat Wave But EV Owners Push Grid CapacityAlthough the record-breaking heat wave eased slightly Friday, California ISO again issued a Flex Alert urging Californians to conserve power to relieve stress on the grid. Many eectric vehicle owners who had to travel couldn't comply. Andrea Nakano reports. (6-18-21)
Fast-Growing Wildfire Burning Near Big Sur Prompts Evacuation OrdersA wildfire burning in the Los Padres National Forest near Big Sur in Monterey County on Friday burned at least 1,500 acres in less than 24 hours, prompting evacuations. (6-18-21)
Waterfall Trail at Big Sur Reopens After Yearslong RestorationOne of Big Sur's most popular hiking trails is now back open after wildfires shut down parts of it 13 years ago. Kiet Do reports. (6-18-21)
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)
Family of Repo Agent Killed in Oakland Struggles to Carry OnWe're learning more about the father who was killed on Monday in Oakland. His employer says the repossession agent was working on an assignment when someone shot him. Da Lin reports. (6-18-21)
Beating the Heat (or Not) in the East BayKPIX photojournalist Alex Montano toured the East Bay Friday to see how people were coping with the record heat wave. (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)
Friday Evening Pinpoint ForecastThe record-breaking heat continues. Darren Peck has the weekend outlook and a prediction for when the temps will retreat. (6-18-21)
San Francisco Businesses Team Up to Draw Visitors DowntownOn the first weekend after California's reopening some businesses are teaming up, using a new tactic to draw people back into downtown San Francisco. Wilson Walker reports. (6-18-21)
Vehicles Burned, Man Injured Battling Brush Fire Near Hwy 101 in San JoseA small but intense fire fueled by the heat wave destroyed two cars and injured their owner Thursday evening in San Jose. Maria Medina reports. (6-17-21)
Record Heat Wallops Bay Area, Taxing Power GridNorthern Californians sweltered then sought relief at water parks, beaches and indoors where air conditioners drew enough power to prompt warnings of rolling planned outages. Team coverage from Darren Peck, Andrea Nakano and Juliette Goodrich. (6-17-21)
Longtime Bay Area E.T. Hunters Skeptical of Pending Gov't UFO ReportAs the government prepares to release a full accounting of unexplained aerial phenomena this month, scientists in the Bay Area who have looked for extraterrestrial life doubt they'll see anything conclusive. Juliette Goodrich reports. (6-17-21)
Heat Pushes PG&E to Warn of Possible Blackouts Thursday EveningPG&E warned of possible rotating power outages as Bay Area sweltered Friday evening. Andrea Nakano reports. (6-17-21)
San Pablo Police Search for Third Suspect in Armed Home Invasion RobberyLiz Cook reports on authorities searching for third suspect in frightening home invasion robbery last month who remains at large (6-17-2021)
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)
PG&E Warns Some Customers May Be Impacted By Possible Rotating OutagesTeam coverage of Bay Area sweltering under second day of heat wave that could force rotating power outages due to strain on grid (6-17-2021)
Quarry Near Cupertino Proposes Carving Away Scenic RidgeCupertino's Lehigh Permanente Quarry wants to expand mining operations which would destroy the ridgeline bordering Rancho San Antonio Open Space Preserve. Kiet Do reports. (6-17-21)
94-Year-Old Asian American Woman Stabbed in San Francisco94-year-old Anh Taylor is in the hospital recovering from stab wounds.Taylor is the victim in what San Francisco police say was an unprovoked attack Wednesday on Post St. Kenny Choi reports. (6-17-21)
Bay Area Blisters Under Extreme Heat During Second Day of Heat WaveTeam coverage of intense heat wave pushing temperatures towards triple digits across inland parts of the Bay Area (6-17-2021)
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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)
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