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COVID reopening: ‘The Bulb Guy’ opens San Jose’s garden after being hospitalized to fight the virusRichard Santoro, the San Jose man known as “The Bulb Guy,” has made a comeback and reopened his garden months after he thought he might never make it back into his garden during a battle with COVID-19. Maria Medina reports. (3/31/21)

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Bay Area tech companies announce donations as Asian American business leaders take a stand against attackSome big tech companies in the Bay Area have announced millions of donations to stop attacks against Asians as Asian American leaders have taken public positions condemning the recent attacks. Betty Yu reports. (3/31/21)

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The Korean-American member of the Santa Clara Council says he was denied the opportunity to speak “Stop Asian Hate” at the rallyA Santa Clara city council member who is Korean was denied the opportunity to speak at a “Stop Asian Hate” rally hosted by other city guides. Maria Medina reports. (3/31/21)

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COVID Vaccines: Problems with Johnson & Johnson Supply Does Not Affect Oakland Coliseum LocationAn obstacle to vaccinating America as approximately 15 million doses of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine were thrown away at a manufacturing site. Despite the announcement, the Oakland Coliseum vaccination announced it would switch to the J&J vaccine on Thursday. Andrea Nakano reports. (3/31/21)

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Study: Cancer plagues California sea lions caused by sexually transmitted diseases and made worse by humansA deadly form of cancer has plagued sea lions along the west coast for decades. John Ramos reports that new research shows that a sexually transmitted disease is causing the disease and that people have made it worse.

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COVID Vaccines: Legislators join calls to keep Oakland Coliseum vaccination site openProminent lawmakers, including Sens. Dianne Feinstein and Alex Padilla, are calling on FEMA to keep the mass vaccination site at Oakland Coliseum open. The website is currently scheduled to be closed in early April. Andria Borba reports. (3/31/21)

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Team coverage: Mostly dry winter fuels worry about the upcoming wildfire season in the Bay AreaAfter a record 2020 forest fire season and winter when rainfall was well below average, concerns about the upcoming fire season are rising. Wilson Walker and Kenny Choi report. (3/31/21)

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Jefferson Prize Winner: Jack HayesA retired Fairfax man volunteers seven days a week developing new and creative ways to help his North Bay neighbors stay afloat. Sharon Chin reports. (3/31/21)

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Hundreds of farm workers mark César Chávez’s day with the second dose of vaccineDevin Fehley reports on farm workers receiving doses of COVID vaccine in Santa Clara County (3-31-2021).

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The Norcal School District condemns the post of teacher and calls on parents to call for “White Supremacist”.A Sacramento teacher makes national headlines after suggesting parents who want to bring their children back to school “structurally white supremacists.” Heather Janssen has details.

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Warm weather is perfect for Bay Area residents who enjoy simple COVID restrictionsThe unusually warm spring weather is perfect for Bay Area residents who want to get out and enjoy the relaxed COVID restrictions. Paul Heggen begins with the forecast and Kiet Do reports from the East Bay.

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Large lines at the new COVID vaccination station from Concord Drive-ThroughEmily Turner reports on Contra Costa County’s newly opened drive-through vaccination center in Concord, which is doing good business following the expansion of the rating (03/31/2021).

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Raw Video: Dead whale dragged away after being washed ashore at Crissy Field in San FranciscoA dead whale was washed ashore near the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco on Wednesday morning and towed to Angel Island for an autopsy, authorities said. (3/31/21)

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Contra Costa County opens COVID vaccine for ages 16+Contra Costa is the first county in the Bay Area to open the COVID vaccine to people aged 16 and older, and people who have turned up in droves to get one. Emily Turner reports. (3/31/21)

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Wednesday morning forecast with Mary Lee(3/31/21)

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Berkeley Hills Home sells for $ 1 million more than asking priceA home for sale in the Berkeley Hills shocked the Bay Area real estate market. Betty Yu tells us it sold for $ 1 million more than the asking price.

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COVID logs make for an almost non-existent flu seasonHealth experts say this year’s influenza season was almost non-existent. Maria Medina tells us that they credit logs for COVID-19, such as masks, hand washing and social distancing.

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COVID: Contra Costa County offers vaccinations to residents aged 16 and overContra Costa County Health Services will be offering vaccinations to residents aged 16 and over starting Tuesday. As Andrea Nakano tells us, it was difficult to get an appointment here.

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Tuesday evening forecast with Paul HeggenWarm Wednesday ahead.

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COVID: A very different city awaits the return of workers to San FranciscoAs more people return to San Francisco, there will be a lot of changes. John Ramos shows us some of the shocks and surprises in San Francisco since the pandemic.

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The teenage witness in the chauvinist lawsuit says she wishes she could have saved George FloydMichael George reports on the emotional second day of testifying in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Michael Chauvin (3/30/2021).

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COVID vaccines: Software engineer develops app to find appointments in the Bay Area in real timeA software developer from East Bay created a free app that searches the websites of more than 20 health care providers in the Bay Area for open vaccine appointments and notifies users instantly in real time. Kiet Do reports. (3/30/21)

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