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Workers in San Francisco must return to the downtown officesEmily Turner Reveals San Francisco’s Return to Orange Tier, Which Means Some Office Workers Will Be Back Downtown (3/24/2021)

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Big Tech testifiesBig tech CEOs are preparing to testify again before Congress about the role technology plays in spreading misinformation. CBSN Bay Area talks to CNET’s Shara Tibken about what to expect.

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National Kidney MonthMarch is National Kidney Month, CBSN Bay Area’s Len Kiese speaks to Dr. UCSF’s Delphine Tuot on the importance of kidney health.

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Athletes Unlimited VolleyballCBSN Bay Area speaks to Jordan Larson about a new women’s volleyball league called “Athletes Unlimited” that is being unveiled on the CBS Sports Network.

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Season 2 of “The Oval” airs on BETCBSN Bay Area speaks with Kron Moore of BET’s “The Oval” about what fans can expect in season two.

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San Francisco Mayor Terrace announces new security programs for the API communityAnne Makovec reports on the announcement of two safety programs for the Asian and Pacific islander communities in San Francisco (March 24, 2021).

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TODAY forecast: The latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamTemperatures keep rising and the sky stays sunny

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Office Reopening: Caretakers man the picket lines to protest the reopening of the San Francisco offices for security reasonsJanitors man the picket lines to protest the reopening of the San Francisco offices for security reasons

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Asian Americans in the Bay Area are finding ways to fight back after violent attacksWith violent attacks on Asian Americans and islanders in the Pacific increasing, the community is finding ways to fight back. Betty Yu shows us how.

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Richmond Adopts Emergency Ordinance To Stop Evictions During The PandemicThe City of Richmond has passed an Emergency Ordinance to protect tenants from being displaced during the pandemic. Andrea Nakano reports on the heated discussion before the vote.

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San Jose is considering clearing dozens of homeless campsDozens of homeless camps, which have exploded in size since the pandemic began, could soon be cleared in San Jose. Maria Medina says the city will move her to public ownership.

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RAW: Warriors Coach Steve Kerr talks about recent mass shootings and gun controlWarriors head coach Steve Kerr speaks at the start of his pre-game press conference on Tuesday about the two recent mass shootings in Atlanta and Boulder, as well as gun legislation.

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COVID: Abandoned offices in downtown San Francisco will reopen with 25 percent capacityWith the move from San Francisco to Orange Tier, offices in the financial district can reopen with 25% capacity. Wilson Walker tells us it may take time to bring the deserted downtown streets back to life.

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COVID: Bay Area restaurants, labor shortage hotels as businesses reopenThe reopening of business owners in the Bay Area in the tourism and hospitality sectors is faced with labor shortages. Devin Fehely says many laid-off employees have found new jobs or left the area.

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Kerr is calling for a tougher call for stricter gun laws following the recent mass shootingsAllen Martin reports that Warriors trainer Steve Kerr has criticized Senator Ted Cruz for his position against background checks for gun owners after the second mass shooting in less than a week (03/23/2021).

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Prince Harry joins the San Francisco Mental Health Wellness startupThe Duke of Sussex takes on a new leadership role at a startup in San Francisco. Kiet Do reports. (03/23/21)

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Oakland is said to provide 600 BIPOC families with a monthly basic income of $ 500Six hundred Oakland families will be part of one of the largest basic income pilot programs in the country, Mayor Libby Schaaf announced Tuesday. John Ramos reports. (03/23/21)

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Tuesday evening forecast with Paul HeggenWarm week ahead.

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As the journey resumes, consumers struggle with the use of creditsAs travel increases with more vaccinations, some consumers said they found it difficult to use travel credits that they have been holding on to since the pandemic broke out. Kristine Lazar reports. (03/23/21)

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3 2 CHP officers killed in a crash in the Central ValleyA terrible crash along Interstate 5 near Lodi killed three people and seriously injured two California Highway Patrol officers. Heather Janssen reports. (03/23/21)

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San Francisco Schools Board is facing requirements related to VP’s years of tweets and is changing admission guidelines for Lowell HSParents, students and alumni of public high schools in San Francisco held a rally Tuesday to denounce brand tweets from school vice president Alison Collins, more than four years ago, alleging “anti-blackness” within the Asian community. Andria Borba reports. (03/23/21)

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SF Firefighters volunteer to help keep roads safe for Asian residentsKenny Choi reports on a group of former and current San Francisco firefighters patrolling streets to stop violence against elderly Asian residents (03/23/2021).

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Lou Richie of Bishop O’Dowd protests against the lack of diversity in Pac-12 trainersVern Glenn sits down with Lou Richie, the Bishop O’Dowd boys’ basketball coach, after his trip to Las Vegas earlier this month. Richie entered the men’s Pac-12 basketball tournament to protest the conference, which didn’t have a single African-American head coach. (3-23-21)

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