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The US is still at risk of another spike as variants spread and daily cases increaseDaily COVID vaccination rates have increased over the past few months, but new daily cases have increased. The nation is still at risk of further spike, according to federal health officials. Natalie Brand reports. (07/04/21)

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Napa, Sonoma, Contra Costa Counties Orange Orange at the latestThe entire Bay Area, with the exception of Solano County, is in the Orange Tier. Emily Turner shares what this means for companies. (07/04/21)

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House spokeswoman Nancy Pelosi is visiting San Francisco’s Chinatown for the first time since the pandemic beganHouse spokeswoman Nancy Pelosi visited San Francisco’s Chinatown on Wednesday to promote the health benefits of the Biden government’s $ 1.9 trillion bailout plan and commented on the recent surge in hate crimes against Asian Americans . Anne Makovec reports. (07/04/21)

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ORANGE TIER: Counties Contra Costa, Napa and Sonoma are switching to Orange TierContra Costa, Napa and Sonoma Counties are switching to Orange Tier

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TODAY forecast: The latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamTemperatures rise all week with sunny skies

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Hayward Police ‘Use of Force Incident’ on Cell Phone Video Captures Sparks Internal InvestigationThe Hayward Police Department is investigating an “use of violence” incident recorded on cell phone video in a shopping mall parking lot on Easter Sunday. Betty Yu tells us more about what happened.

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PG&E will be prosecuted for Kincaid Fire 2019PG&E faces new criminal charges. Sonoma County’s district attorney claims the utility ruthlessly caused the Kincade fire in 2019. Andrea Nakano tells us what that could mean for the victims.

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COVID: Bay Area residents cautiously optimistic about reopening date on June 15thCalifornia could be fully reopened by June 15 as the state marks a major milestone of 20 million vaccines administered. But Maria Medina reports that the opening date is connected with a big “if”.

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Systemic racism embedded in prison pipeline maintenanceThe instability many feel in the care system leads to higher rates of entry into the justice system. Len Kiese of CBSN Bay Area spoke to Yukari Kane, co-founder of the Prison Journalism Project, and Dawn Rains, chief policy and strategy officer at Treehouse, about maintaining prison administration.

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Plans revealed for massive Google Village in downtown San JoseA huge Google village is coming to San Jose. Len Ramirez tells us the plan promises to transform the city’s downtown core with new offices, shops, parks and apartments.

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COVID: Wineries, Restaurants Getting Ready As Napa County Takes Into Orange PlainThe wine country gets the green light to ease COVID-19 restrictions. Don Ford shows us what the move to the Orange Tier means for wineries, restaurants, and other businesses in Napa.

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The San Francisco Schools Board is discussing lifting the controversial school renaming planAndria Borba reports on the SF School Board meeting that will likely overturn the problematic plan to rename the San Francisco schools.

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The San Jose Research Lab warns of a “grim” fire season this summerResearch from San Jose State University is warning of a grim outlook for fire season this summer. Allen Martin speaks to Craig Clement of the Fire Weather Research Lab.

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City of Danville, police officer sued for fatally shooting homeless man with mental health crisisThe death of a white police officer by a white police officer armed with a knife who had a mental crisis at a busy intersection in Danville last month leads to a civil rights lawsuit by the man’s family. Devin Fehely reports. (04/06/21)

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Major League Baseball moves all-star game to Denver following Georgia’s new election restrictionsSkyler Henry reports that MLB moved the All-Star game from Atlanta to Denver in 2021 after Republicans put new voting restrictions in Georgia (4-6-2021).

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Tuesday evening weather forecast with Paul Heggen(04/06/21)

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Governor Newsom says government plans to lift COVID restrictions are in place on June 15Kenny Choi reports on progress in California allowing officials to project the lifting of COVID restrictions in mid-June (4-6-2021).

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Tracking COVID-19 casesWe ask Dr. Maja Artandi of Stanford Health Care on the spike in coronavirus cases in some parts of the country and whether there is a fourth spike in the Bay Area

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Standoff with Man with Knife delayed departures from Oakland International AirportEmily Turner reports authorities ended stalemate with man threatened with injuries at Oakland Airport (4-6-2021)

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Governor Newsom says the state has reached vaccine milestones and plans to lift COVID restrictions on June 15Reporting on Governor Newsom, Anne Makovec announces California’s plans to lift COVID restrictions in June (4-6-2021).

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OAKLAND AIRPORT STANDOFF (8:55 am): The stalemate at Oakland International Airport continues. Terminal 1 remains closedThe stalemate at Oakland International Airport continues. Terminal 1 remains closed

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OAKLAND AIRPORT STANDOFF: The Alameda Sheriff’s PIO Deputy Tya Modeste is updating the standoff situation at Oakland InternationalAlameda Sheriff’s PIO Assistant Tya Modeste is updating the standoff situation at Oakland International

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