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Coastside Cleanup Group Says Pandemic PPE Is Choking BeachesMasks and gloves can save lives on land, but they also kill wildlife in and around our oceans. Maria Medina reports. (3-25-21)

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UCSF study examines immunity issuesWith one in four Californians now at least partially vaccinated against COVID-19, questions arise about the durability of the vaccine and how long it will protect the recipient from the virus. Betty Yu reports. (3-25-21)

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Rally by Albany residents condemning anti-Asian violenceAs we continue to hear of cases of hate crimes against the Asian community, residents of a town in East Bay have come together to fight back against racism and violence. Andrea Nakano reports. (3-25-21)

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Santa Clara County’s health officials fear that the vaccine supply will be inadequate as eligibility increasesThe upgrading of vaccination eligibility is exciting for the head of the Santa Clara County’s COVID-19 Testing and Vaccine Office, but said Thursday that the Bay Area’s most populous county needs more vaccine supplies. Katie Nielsen reports. (3-25-21)

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Raw Video: San Jose Police investigate triple shots near Brigadoon ParkSan Jose Police are investigating a shooting near Brigadoon Park on Brigadoon Way on Daniel Maloney Drive. (3-25-21)

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PIX nowHere’s the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (3-25-21)

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SFUSD Board Removes Alison CollinsMembers of the San Francisco Unified School District voted Thursday night to give Vice President Alison Collins the boot over alleged racist tweets she posted several years ago. (3-25-21)

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SF Assemblyman proposes bill to decriminalize jaywalkingThe Freedom to Walk Act proposed by Phil Ting in San Francisco would legalize intersections when they are safe, outside of a crosswalk or against a traffic light. Kenny Choi reports. (3-25-21)

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Gov. Newsom is speeding up the vaccine delivery scheduleThe California vaccine is now only three weeks away. Wilson Walker reports. (3-25-21)

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Winner named in San Jose Landmark Design ContestA San Jose community group held a competition to design a San Jose centerpiece. A winner was selected from almost a thousand submissions from around the world. Elizabeth Cook reports. (3-25-21)

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Experts caution Post-pandemic economic recovery will be uneven and slowAlthough there are signs that the labor market is improving, Devin Fehely spoke to experts who predict it could take months – even years – for certain parts of the economy to return to pre-pandemic levels. (3-25-21)

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Precise forecast for Thursday eveningChief meteorologist Paul Heggen says there’s a warm-up coming this weekend. (3-25-21)

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The proposed law would prohibit people of extreme views from becoming policeState lawmakers are debating a bill that would prevent people with “discriminatory beliefs” from becoming police officers. Andria Borba reports (3-25-21)

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Community mourns the trustee of the Dublin School BoardOne East Bay town honors a woman who died doing what she was best known for: giving back to the community. Catherine Kuo died in a tragic accident while distributing food at a Dublin school. Juliette Goodrich reports. (3-25-21)

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Bay Area lawmakers attempting to decriminalize jaywalking, says quotes are disproportionately given to people with colorA Bay Area lawmaker tries to decriminalize jaywalking in California. He says such quotes are disproportionately given to people of color and have led to life-threatening encounters with law enforcement agencies. Kenny Choi from KPIX has more.

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Bay Area lawmakers attempting to decriminalize jaywalking, says quotes are disproportionately given to people with colorA Bay Area lawmaker tries to decriminalize jaywalking in California. He says such quotes are disproportionately given to people of color and have led to life-threatening encounters with law enforcement agencies. Kenny Choi from KPIX has more.

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Postcards from New YorkLeigh Scheps talks about the latest Broadway appearances being offered virtually.

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Virtual Cooking Classes Amid COVID-19CBSN Bay Area speaks to local chef Donato Scotti and is offering meal kids combined with virtual cooking classes to help stay afloat during the pandemic.

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California will extend eligibility to all 50 and older starting April 1; 16+ in mid-AprilAnne Makovec reports on Governor Newsom announcing the expansion of COVID vaccine approval in April (3-25-2021).

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Biden answers questions about COVID, immigration and gun control during the first solo press conferenceNatalie Brand reports on Pres. Biden answers questions on a variety of topics during the Presidency’s first press conference (3-25-2021)

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San Leandro Unified, teachers reach agreement to return children to school on April 12thWith just a week of lift in March, the clock is ticking for school districts aiming to bring older children back to class in April as the CDC announces that children can now safely sit closer together in the classroom. Kiet Do reports.

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Weather forecast Thursday morning with Mary Lee(3/25/21)

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