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Bay Area Boba Tea Shops prepare for possible shortagesBay Area Boba tea lovers could soon burst their bubbles if a nationwide boba shortage affects their favorite Taiwanese beverage cafe. Maria Medina reports. (04/14/21)

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Windsor Council urges Mayor Dominic Foppoli to resign from sexual assault investigationWindsor City Council members and outraged parishioners called for Mayor Dominic Foppoli to resign on charges of sexual assault by at least half a dozen women.

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San Jose Police are investigating the downtown Hyde Park shootingJuliette Goodrich Reports San Jose Police are investigating downtown shootout near Japantown (04/14/2021)

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COVID: Schools in San Jose are seeing fewer families on the drive-thru lunch programA lifeline for many families, the San Jose schools saw lower than expected demand for their free drive-through lunchtime program. Len Ramirez reports. (04/14/21)

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COVID: Experts Say Infection Among Vaccinated People In Sonoma County Is Not A ConcernAfter Sonoma County reported that more than three dozen fully vaccinated people were infected, health experts said this was not surprising and nothing to be concerned about. Andria Borba reports. (04/14/21)

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Wednesday night weather forecast with Darren PeckExpect mild conditions on Thursday. A warming trend will start this weekend. The highs reach the 70s on the bay and extend into the 80s inland on Saturday and Sunday. Darren Peck has the forecast. (04/14/21)

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2 Hayward teachers bring science to life with student home kitsSharon Chin shares how two Hayward science teachers, Stuart Loebl and Nancy Wright found how to reach students during distance learning with pandemic (4-14-2021).

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Officer who shot Daunte Wright arrested, charged with manslaughterThe officer who shot Daunte Wright while obstructionist traffic near Minneapolis, Minnesota was charged with manslaughter in his death. Chris Martinez reports. (04/14/21)

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Suspects of recent attacks by Asian Americans in San Francisco appear in courtA crowd appeared outside a San Francisco courthouse on Wednesday as two suspects faced judges in separate attacks on Asian Americans. Wilson Walker reports. (04/14/21)

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Stanford Medicine Launches COVID-19 Vaccine Study in Children Under 5 Years OldJuliette Goodrich Reports Start of Study at Stanford to Test Effects of COVID-19 Vaccines on Young Children (04/14/2021)

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The influx of COVID vaccines from the Fed is giving Santa Clara County a surplusDevin Fehely reports that Santa Clara County is increasing the number of people vaccinated after receiving 300,000 doses from the federal government (4-14-2021).

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Health experts say more data is needed before a decision is made about the J&J vaccineNatalie Brand reports on a meeting of the CDC panel at which no conclusions were drawn regarding the extension of the break in the use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine (4-14-2021).

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COVID or allergies? A UCSF doctor explains the differenceLen Kiese of CBSN Bay Area discusses allergy season with Dr. Ronald Labuguen from UCSF and explains how to distinguish symptoms from the coronavirus.

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Heart health amid the COVID-19 pandemicLen Kiese of CBSN Bay Area spoke to Dr. MarinHealth’s Ben Ancock on the increase in cardiovascular problems he sees from patients dropping out of care due to COVID-19.

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CDC holds emergency meetings on Johnson & Johnson’s COVID vaccineInvestigators are still trying to determine if Johnson & Johnson’s COVID vaccine is linked to a handful of severe blood clotting cases. Natalie Brand reports. (04/14/21)

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Santa Clara County expands immunization eligibility to those 16 years of age and olderMore people are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, and the expansion is coming two days ahead of schedule in Santa Clara County. Emily Turner reports. (04/14/21)

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Wednesday afternoon forecast with Mary Lee(04/14/21)

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COVID Reopening: San Francisco will resume indoor live events and performances on April 15thOfficials in San Francisco announced Wednesday that the city will allow live audiences and other gatherings to resume from Thursday, April 15, with some capacity constraints and minutes. Anne Makovec reports. (04/14/21)

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Raw Video: Body found at the scene of the fire in the San Jose restaurantA body was found on Wednesday morning at the site of a fire in a Vietnamese restaurant in San Jose. (04/14/21)

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San Francisco restaurant hit by non-paying patrons who “dine and pounce”A restaurant in San Francisco is facing another blow to the pandemic. Betty Yu reports that they were met both in person and virtually by unpaid “Dine and Dashers”.

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COVID: Bay Area experts weigh in after thousands of Johnson & Johnson cans are withdrawnThousands of doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine are being withdrawn because of concerns about a potentially rare but serious side effect. Andrea Nakano spoke to local experts about the vaccine.

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