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  • Black Lawmakers Push Police Reform Bills In California / Representative Barbara Lee And San Francisco Mayor London Breed Respond To Chauvin Verdict / PG&E Arraigned On 33 Counts For Kincade Fire / South African Superbloom On Display At UC Berkeley Botanical Garden
  • There’s an expansive spread of South African flowers in bloom right now at the UC Berkeley Botanical Garden.
  • Former Minneapolis Officer Derek Chauvin was convicted Tuesday of murder and manslaughter for pinning George Floyd to the pavement with his knee on the Black man’s neck in a case that touched off worldwide protests, violence and a furious reexamination of racism and policing in the U.S.
  • State Employees Took A 10% Pay Cut Last Year, And It May Be Restored This Summer / California Public Utilities Commission Will Increase Oversight Of PG&E / Partly Cloudy And Breezy Today
  • The Mills College Board of Trustees recently announced that 2023 would be the last graduating class. Pres. Elizabeth Hillman talks about future plans for Mills and reactions from those taking legal action to save the school.
  • A Bill In The Nevada Legislature May Help Reduce Violence In California / The Dublin City Council Will Consider A 308-Unit Affordable Housing Proposal / La Russa Family Leaves Animal Rescue Foundation Board
  • Volunteer to #KeepSolanoClean2021 — Solano County Cleanups: “Join us April 19-24 for a week of simple, sustainable solutions you can adopt into your everyday life to help make a difference. We'll also be highlighting local cleanup groups that are doing everything they can to #KeepSolanoClean.” Also, info about how to record your own Earth Day Cleanup using the free CleanSwell mobile app.
  • Walk-in Vaccine Clinics Open in Contra Costa County — Richmond Pulse: As of Friday, the county has administered close to 900,000 doses, nearing the goal it set for itself. Initially, the county said it hoped to give 1 million doses by July 4. That target date has since been moved up to May 31. This Richmond Edition includes info on free walk-in clinics, open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. No appointments needed.
  • Hundreds Join March For AAPI Safety And Solidarity On San Francisco's Great Highway / New Hotline Makes It Easier For Mandarin And Cantonese Speakers To Report Hate Crimes / Vandals Attack Former Home Of Former San Jose Police Officer Associated With Derek Chauvin / Oakland Fire Department Dealing With Medical Emergencies In Oakland Hills / Adobe Co-founder Charles "Chuck" Geschke Has Died