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Bay Area Headlines: Friday, 1/22/21, AM

21 hours ago

President Biden's Executive Orders Pause Border Wall Construction / National Eviction Moratorium Extended Through March / Yosemite National Park To Remain Closed Through Weekend / New Presidential Administration Signs Executive Orders To Support Environment And Challenges California To Do Better / State Okays Questionable Batch Of Vaccine Doses

California Says It's Okay To Use Batch Of COVID-19 Vaccine Suspected of Causing Allergic Reactions / Sacramento Utilizes Former Basketball Arena To Treat Patients / Gray Whales Experiencing Die-Off

Governor Newsom Outlines Hopes For Improved Relations With Federal Government In Letter To Biden / Protesters Gathered Near State Capitol On Inauguration Day / President Biden Reverses Some Environmental Policies That Impact California

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra Files Nine More Lawsuits Against Trump Administration / State Hopes Biden Administration Will Improve Vaccination Distribution / State's Top Doctor Says COVID-19 Hospitalizations Decreasing / Counties Shortchanged By State On Federal Relief Funds / Windstorm Moves South Leaving Great Surf

High Winds Rock Bay Area And Cause Fires / California First State To Record 3,000,000 COVID-19 Infections / Sheriff's Deputy And Suspect Killed In Sacramento

Bay Area Headlines: Tuesday, 1/19/21, AM

Jan 19, 2021

Federal Government Looks To Remove Protections On California Deserts / Kamala Harris Gives Up Senate Seat In Preparation To Take Vice Presidency / California COVID-19 Update / State Trails Most Of Country In Percentage Of Vaccinations Administered / Moderna Vaccination Batch May Be Causing Allergic Reactions / Sunny And Breezy With Gusts Up To 50 Miles Per Hour In The Bay Area

BART Hiring Crisis Intervention Specialists To Respond To Calls / Governor Newsom Authorizes 1,000 National Guard Troops To Protect State Capitol / Monterey County Police Officer No Longer With Department After Posting Disparaging Remarks About Black Lives Matter On Parler / County Health Officials Call For Stronger State Leadership On Vaccine Rollout / Guilty Plea Expected In Ghost Ship Fire

California Counties Beg For Vaccine As Eligibility Expands / Nine State Inmates Charged With Unemployment Fraud In San Diego / Man Accused In Fire That Killed 36 Expected To Plead Guilty

Bay Area Headlines: Thursday, 1/14/21, AM

Jan 14, 2021

One California Republican Representative Voted For Impeachment / Californians Over The Age Of 65 Are Now Eligible For Vaccination / State Coalition Proposes Legislation To Boost Taxes On Multinational Corporations To Support Homeless Services / Medi-Cal Would Get More Than Half Of State Health Care Dollars In Governor Newsom's Proposed Budget

Bay Area Headlines: Wednesday, 1/13/21, PM

Jan 13, 2021

California Giving Senior Residents Priority Access To COVID-19 Vaccine / Governor Newsom Asks For $2 Billion To Bring Schools Back To Classrooms

Drivers Sue Over Proposition 22, Saying It Doesn't Allow Them To Organize / US Forest Service Planning Prescribed Burns Around Lake Tahoe / Researchers Find Wildfire Smoke Accounted For Half Of All Small Particle Air Pollution In The West

Bay Area Headlines: Monday, 1/12/21, AM

Jan 12, 2021

California Virus Deaths Top 30,000 After Deadliest Weekend / California Assembly Approves Resolution Calling On President Trump To Resign / Alameda County Declines To File Charges Against Second BART Police Officer In Oscar Grant Killing / Governor Newsom Sets High Goals To Increase Affordable Housing / Former San Francisco Police Chief And Detective Prentice Earl Sanders Has Died

State Lawmakers Return And Focus On Coronavirus And Small Business Relief / Multiple People Swept Out To Sea In High Surf / Hayward Librarian Honored By 'I Love My Librarian Award'

Virus, Housing Issues Await Returning California Lawmakers / Woman Swept Away On Pescadero Beach Still Missing / Governor Newsom's Budget Proposal / Proposed Budget Includes A Billion Dollars For Wildfire Prevention / Helicopter Accidentally Drops Air Conditioner On Oakland Street 

Bay Area Headlines: Friday, 1/8/21, AM

Jan 8, 2021

Is California's Capitol Safe? / State Employment Development Department Suspends 1.4 Million Claims / Governor Newsom Scheduled To Unveil State Budget Proposal Today / Dry And Cold Weather May Turn To Wet, But State Needs Much More

California Hospitals Prepping For Grim COVID-19 Choices / Newsom Cancels News Conference As "Caution" Amid Protests / In First, Black Men Lead Two California Public Safety Panels

Governor Gavin Newsom Proposes $600 Payment To Low-Income Californians / Civil Rights Advocate Notes Racial Discrepancies In Response To Protests / Congressman Mike Levin Recounts His Experience During the U.S. Capitol Siege / Advice For Parents On How To Talk About Turmoil With Their Kids

Bay Area Headlines: Wednesday, 1/6/21, AM

Jan 6, 2021

California Board Urges Bias Reviews Of Police Social Media / At Least One CA GOP Congressman To Object To Biden's Electoral College Victory / Alameda County Seeks Federal Approval to Delay Homeless Population Count For One Year / Lemur Thief Released / Somewhat Stormy Weather On The Way

Bay Area Headlines: Tuesday, 1/5/21, PM

Jan 5, 2021

California's First State Snow Survey About Half Of Average / State Shows Greenhouse Gas Emissions Rose In 2018 — First Increase Since 2012

Bay Area Headlines: Tuesday, 1/5/21, AM

Jan 5, 2021

Newsom To Ramp Up Vaccine Program As Post-Holiday COVID Surge Expected / Incoming California Secretary Of State Shirley Weber Proud Of Georgia Secretary Of State For Standing Up To President / Minimum Wage Rising In California / California Greenhouse Gas Emissions Went Up In 2018

California Struggles With Virus After Holidays / Vandals Attack Homes Of Speaker Nancy Pelosi And Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell / Publicly Held Companies Now Mandated To Include Person Of Color Or LGBTQ-Identifying Person On Board / Parolee Arrested Several Times Before Killing Two People In San Francisco Hit-And-Run

Bay Area Headlines: Thursday, 12/17/20, PM

Dec 17, 2020

California Has Emerged As The Newest U.S. Epicenter Of The COVID-19 Outbreak / State Prioritizes Teachers, First Responders, And Restaurant Workers For Next Round Of Vaccines / A Crunch On Bay Area Intensive Care Units Means The Region Must Now Follow State Stay-At-Home Order / Some Lawmakers Looking To Ensure Personal Protective Equipment For Farmworkers

Bay Area Headlines: Thursday, 12/17/20, AM

Dec 17, 2020

What's The Plan And Timeline For Rolling Out The Vaccine In California / Some State Legislators Are Working To End Mandatory Prison Sentences For Certain Drug Crimes

San Quentin Begins Transferring Prisoners Despite Protests / San Francisco Supervisors Condemn Zuckerberg Chan Names On General Hospital / Legislators Debate Eviction Moratorium Extension / Winter Storm Warnings Imminent

California Demands COVID-19 Safety Information From Amazon.com / San Francisco Board Of Supervisors Consider Condemning Zuckerberg Chan Names On General Hospital / Two Earthquakes Shake Bay Area / Winter Storm Rolling Into Bay Area Wednesday Afternoon / Extreme Athletes Seek To Replicate Donner Party Excursion

California Administers Its First COVID-19 Vaccinations / Recall Effort Against Governor Newsom Has Half The Required Signatures To Force Vote / Oakland Organizations Work To Preserve Murals Made In 2020 / Stanford Women's Basketball Coach Ties National Record For Most Wins

San Francisco And L.A. Break COVID-19 Records As State Readies To Distribute Vaccine

Federal Land With Fossil Fuels In Kern County Put Up For Auction / Governor Newsom's Businesses Received Nearly $3 Million In Federal Loans / San Francisco's Official Holiday Tree Will Be Lit Tonight

Bay Area Headlines: Thursday, 12/10/20, AM

Dec 10, 2020

Sacramento Region Moves To Most Restricted List At Midnight / Wildfire Danger Eases In Southern California / Light Rain Expected In Northern California This Weekend / San Francisco Unified School District Approves New School Assignment Process For Elementary Schools

Bay Area Headlines: Wednesday, 12/9/20, PM

Dec 9, 2020

California Allows Outdoor Playgrounds To Open / Some California Businesses Not Complying With COVID-19 Restrictions / Sacramento Region Added To State's Most Restricted List / GM Will Release Fully Driverless Cars In San Francisco / Liane Randolph Appointed To California Air Board

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