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Santa Clara County allows residents over the age of 16 to sign up for vaccination appointmentsDevin Fehley reports that Santa Clara County has opened the process of appointing COVID vaccines to all residents aged 16 and older (4-8-2021)

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Thursday afternoon forecast with Mary Lee(04/08/21)

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Biden announces executive measures to curb gun violenceDebra Alfarone reports that President Biden has taken executive action to combat the recent surge in deadly gun violence (4-8-2021).

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Former Raider, 49er Phillip Adams kills 5 in South Carolina mass shooting before killing himselfAnne Makovec reports on ex-49er and raider player Phillip Adams, who fatally shot and killed five in South Carolina before committing suicide (4-8-2021).

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Police in protracted standoff with barricaded suspect in San FranciscoSan Francisco police were caught in a house standoff with a barricaded suspect early Thursday morning.

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North Bay Community of Cotati is attacked by roostersAndrea Nakano reports that some Cotati residents are fed up with roosters wandering through town (4-7-2021)

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USF officials examine noose hanging from dormitory balconyAndria Borba reports a noose was discovered on a balcony of a USF dormitory (4-7-2021)

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Family ash among items stolen in 2 break-ins in the Palo Alto ice cream parlorMaria Medina reports on two family-run Palo Alto ice cream parlors that were attacked by burglars within a few days (4-7-2021).

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Santa Clara and Alameda counties are making changes to the COVID vaccination process for those aged 16 and overLiz Cook reports on changes in the Bay Area in how people 16 and older are signing up for or actually receiving COVID vaccines (4-7-2021).

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Wednesday evening weather forecast with Paul Heggen(07/04/21)

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USF examines noose hanging from dormitory balconyThe University of San Francisco is investigating a troubling incident at a college dormitory. Andria Borba reports that a noose is hanging from a balcony.

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Hackers disrupt the San Jose Church’s online Easter service with profane, racist hate speechLen Ramirez reports on the police investigating the verbal abuse of hackers who hijacked a San Jose church Easter service as a hate crime (4-7-2021).

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Jacqueline Martinez ensures that philanthropic dollars are invested in the Latino communityCalifornia Latinos are the fastest growing population with an estimated population of 15 million, yet only about one percent of the philanthropic dollars are invested in Latino corporations. Jefferson Prize winner Jacqueline Martinez is working to change that. Sharon Chin reports.

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“Vaccination records” are viewed for more than just travelThe idea of ​​a vaccination record and digital evidence to gain access to places is the latest coronavirus divide. A vaccination certificate is not only considered at airports. Kenny Choi reports. (04/07/21

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Oral COVID vaccine trials are ongoingTests are currently underway for a new oral COVID vaccine. Pat Harvey reports on the vaccine trial.

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Airlines, cruise lines are increasing tariffs in anticipation of the post-COVID travel boomPeter Greenberg, CBS Travel Editor, talks about the rapidly increasing prices of travel as the pandemic subsides and how there is still confusion about vaccination records.

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North Bay residents line up to get free emergency radios at GiveawayWilson Walker Reports Sonoma County Authorities are distributing free emergency radios to local residents concerned about the upcoming fire season (4-7-2021)

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Police say Tiger Woods was 40 mph over the speed limit at the time of the crashRachel Kim shares new details about the February crash in which Tiger Woods was seriously injured.

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Family Sues San Jose Police For Fatal Shooting Of An Unarmed ManThe family of a man shot dead by San Jose police in January announced Wednesday that they were suing the department over the incident after body cameras showed the victim was unarmed. Devin Fehley reports.

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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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