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Bay Area Headlines

Bay Area Headlines

Your local update from KALW News. Daily summaries of the latest news from around the Bay, Monday through Friday.
  • Wildfire Impacts Several Homes In Vallejo / Contra Costa County Considers Building Fish Passage / Judge Rules San Bernardino Misspent Money Designated For Low Income Students / San Francisco Zoo Lemur Thief Makes Court Appearance / Mostly Cloudy Today With Emerging Sun
  • California Power Agency Says Heat Wave Could Bring Year's First "Flex Alert" / Public Transit Project Proposed To Spend Nearly $39 Billion Connecting 21 California Counties / Governor Announces Amusement Park Tickets As Vaccination Incentive / Coit Tower Reopens For Business
  • San Jose Unified School District Considers Removing Police From Campus / San Francisco Board Of Supervisors Takes Step Toward Creating Public Bank / Governor Newsom Announced States "Full Reopening" Yesterday / Electric Grid Operators Ask People To Conserve Energy / It's Getting Hot
  • California Flips The Switch On Reopening The Economy / Newsom Executive Order To Clarify Mask Rules / BART Adds Saturday Train Trips / People Providing Water For Pt. Reyes Tule Elk / Sunny, Breezy, Getting Windier And Warmer Around The Bay
  • California Will Appeal Ruling That Overturned Assault Weapons Ban / Lawmakers Move To Hold Recall Election Sooner / Newsom lifts executive orders, to take effect June 15 / Hotel Rooms Secured For More Than 80 Residents Of San Francisco's Burned National Hotel / San Francisco Has Launched The "Museums For All" Program, Providing Free Access For Lower Income Residents
  • San Mateo County Moves Toward Stricter Gun Regulation / San Mateo County Approves Relief Fund For Businesses / San Mateo County Approves Pop-Up Vaccine Clinics To Serve Vulnerable Communities / Lake Merritt Lodge Opens For Homeless Services / Monterey Jazz Festival Announces September Return / Sunny And Breezy Today
  • Newsom Administration Defends Decision To Retain State Of Emergency Past June 15 / San Mateo County Groups Can Now Host Pop-Up Vaccine Events / San Francisco Supervisors Approve Free MUNI Legislation — Now Goes To Mayor / Sonoma County To Provide Preparation Information About Wildfire Season / Santa Clara County Prepares Drought Restrictions / Gilroy Shook By 2.5 Magnitude Earthquake / Partly Cloudy And Breezy Today
  • Republicans Question Newsom's Lasting COVID Emergency Declaration / San Francisco's Former Transbay Terminal Site To Be Turned Into Community Event Space / Republicans Question Newsom's Lasting COVID Emergency Declaration / Contra Costa County Preparing For A Potentially Difficult Fire Season / Today Is World Ocean Day, And A Ceremony Marking The Death Of A Dozen Whales This Year On Bay Area Shores Will Be Held At San Francisco's Crissy Field / San Francisco's Shoreview Park In The Bayview Has Been Renovated
  • California Teachers May Not Need To Take Tests To Earn Teaching Credential / Marin County Firefighters Are Mopping Up A Small Wildfire In Kentfield / San Mateo Firefighters Planning Controlled Burns Tuesday / State Population Is Dropping For The First Time In Recent History / Kayaker Attempting Solo Journey To Honolulu Rescued Off Coast Of Santa Cruz / National Weather Service Has Issued A Wind Advisory
  • California's Reparations Task Force Begins Its Work / San Francisco Mayor London Breed Announces Proposed Budget / San Jose Food Pantry Demand Remaining High / Oakland City Council Authorizes $5 Million For Homeless Services / Conservation Group Plants Thousands Of Milkweed Plants To Encourage Monarch Butterfly Populations
  • The Concord City Council is supporting naming a future park in the former Concord Naval Weapons Station after Thurgood Marshall Commemorating The Port Chicago Explosion / California Lawmakers Want To Reduce Enrollment At UCs For Out-of-State Students
  • Valley Transportation Authority Expanding Ridership Reduced During Pandemic / California Has Paid Out Less Than 5% Of Requested Rent Relief Funds / Federal And California Leaders Plan On Offshore Wind Farms / State Auditor Says CalTrans Lost $1.5 Million By Not Asking To Get Overpayments Back