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Bride, groom lose ring in Lake Tahoe, diver comes to the rescueA wedding ring fumble resulted in a successful Lake Tahoe water rescue. Anna Giles reports. (3-19-21)

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State leaders condemn the rise in violence against AsiaFrom the sheriff of San Francisco to the president and vice president of the United States, leaders condemned the rise in hate crimes against Asian Americans. Andria Borba reports. (3-19-21)

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Newsom: Residents over the age of 16 can be vaccinated until the end of AprilGovernor Newsom set a schedule Friday afternoon when all California residents over the age of 16 could be eligible for a COVID vaccine. He says the goal is to open the permit in five and a half weeks. Katie Nielsen reports. (3-19-21)

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Mount Diablo High School Players, Cheer Team Open Virus-Delayed Season at HomeMount Diablo High School in Concord opened their football season at home on Friday, but many on the team wondered if that night would ever come. Andrea Nakano reports. (3-19-21)

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PIX nowHere’s the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (3-19-21)

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Students ascending above: Versia GipsonFor Versia Gipson, home is where she wants to be with her mother, who also happens to be her best friend. The sophomore USF and her mother Alice Gipson are best friends. Michelle Griego reports. (3-19-21)

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Attacks on Asians spur volunteers to supervise seniors in Oakland ChinatownSince the Atlanta spa shoots, interest in protecting the Asian-American community in the Bay Area has increased. As Lin reports. (3-19-21)

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Elderly Asian woman from Daly City robbed in an attack caught on cameraAn elderly Asian woman was robbed during a daylight raid that was caught on camera Thursday afternoon in Daly City amid a continuing wave of violence against Asians in the Bay Area and across the country. Wilson Walker reports. (3-19-21)

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Children’s Wonderland reopened in OaklandMonths after closing due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Children’s Wonderland in Oakland finally reopened to visitors on Friday. Don Ford reports. (3-19-21)

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Precise forecast for Friday eveningBrian Hackney has the weekend forecast. (3-19-21)

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Home Web Extra project: UC Berkeley assistant Claudia Polsky talks about the PACE programClaudia Polsky, Assistant Professor of Law at UC Berkeley and founder of the Environmental Law Clinic, discusses issues with the PACE program (3-18-2021)

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“Hell is wrong with us?” Newsom beats up anti-Asian hate incidents while meeting AAPI leadersAmid a wave of attacks on Asians in the Bay Area and the United States, California Governor Gavin Newsom met with leaders of the Asian-American and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) in San Francisco on Friday to condemn and cooperate to commit with them to fight racism. (3/19/21)

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Wave of attacks creating fear and anxiety in Asian American communitiesIt has been a long week for the Asian community in the Bay Area to watch the violence continue across the country – and this is causing shared and collective trauma. Kiet Do reports. (3/19/21)

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Weather forecast on Friday morning with Mary Lee(3/19/21)

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Some energy-saving remodeling plans hit homeowners with financing pitfallsA government-approved program to help low-income homeowners improve their property’s energy efficiency has had disastrous and unintended consequences. Susie Steimle reports. (3-18-21)

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Amtrak Train Hits Truck on tracks in OaklandAn Amtrak train traveling from Seattle to Los Angeles hit a utility vehicle that stopped on the tracks in Oakland and went up in flames after the collision. Katie Nielsen reports. (3-18-21)

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Volunteers patrol Chinatown streets on foot after violent attacksWith the wave of unprovoked attacks on Asian Americans, police have increased their street presence and now volunteers are stepping in to help. Andrea Nakano reports. (3-18-21)

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PIX nowHere’s the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (3-18-21)

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As eligibility for vaccination increases, California is struggling to meet the demand4.4 million more Californians are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine this week, with over 15 million currently approved in total. Wilson Walker reports. (3-18-21)

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Kevin O’Brien, President of Santa Clara University, on leave while investigating “inappropriateness”Elizabeth Cook Reports SCU President Has Been On Leave For “Inappropriateness” Of Talking To Adults (3-18-2021)

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UCSF study links Trump tweets to surge in anti-Asian social media postsA tweet from former President Trump in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic was attributed to a steep rise in anti-Asian hashtags on the social media platform, according to a new UCSF study. Andria Borba reports. (3-18-21)

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Amtrak hitting truck in Oakland caught on cameraAn Amtrak train traveling from Seattle to Los Angeles hit a utility vehicle that stopped on the tracks in Oakland and went up in flames following the collision on Thursday. Don Ford reports. (3-18-21)

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