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California's COVID-19 Death Toll Tops 50,000 / State Revamps Plan To Provide Vaccinations For Its Most Vulnerable Residents / Democratic Lawmakers Again Propose Bill To Stop Prison Officials From Turning Released Citizens Over To Immigration And Customs Enforcement

Bay Area Headlines: Thursday, 2/25/21 AM

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Several Cities Considering Changing Single-Family Zoning Reform

The Key Piece Of The Reopening Puzzle, And Why SF Remains In The Purple Tier: The State’s ‘Health Equity Metric’ / Governor Newsom Says Deal To Reopen Schools Is Close / PG&E Wildfire Victims Sue Former Management For Neglect

Five Counties Move From State's Purple To Red Tier Meaning Fewer Restrictions / San Francisco Begins Vaccinating Teachers Today / Ruling Allows California To Enforce Net Neutrality / California Legislators Approve $1.4 Million To Stop Hate Crimes Targeting Asian Americans / Former State Attorney General Xavier Becerra Faces Tough Road To Confirmation As Health And Human Services Secretary / Lawrence Ferlinghetti Dies At 101

Bubble Curtains Could Clarify Lake Tahoe / Lawmakers Approve Stimulus Payments For Low Income And Immigrant Californians / Discussions About Reopening Schools Stall / Governor Newsom Expects Vaccine Administration Escalation / FBI Gear Stolen In Lafayette On Saturday

Bay Area Headlines: Monday, 2/22/21, AM

Feb 22, 2021

California Revamping Its Statewide Vaccine Rollout / San Francisco Victorian House Moved Six Blocks To New Address / California Wants All Energy To Come From Renewable Sources

COVID-19 Testing Has Dropped By 30% In Recent Weeks, And That's A Positive Sign / Two San Francisco Police Officers Injured Detaining Suspect / Bay Area Public Schools Scheduling Reopenings Next Week / Pandemic Has Been A Boon For Commercial Auctioneers Who Resell Restaurant Equipment

Bay Area Headlines: Thursday, 2/18/21, AM

Feb 18, 2021

California Creates $9.6 Billion Pandemic Relief Deal / Lawmakers Pass Bill To Provide Mail-In Ballots For All Voters, In Time For Possible Governor's Recall / Yosemite Visits Plunged By Nearly Half

State Will Release Information On Relief For Small Businesses, Farms, And Food Processors / Some Lawmakers Call For Tax Cuts To Life Science Companies / Senator Scott Wiener Calls For Fracking Ban / State Inspector General Says Due Process For Complaints By Incarcerated People Is Not Happening

Bay Area Headlines: Wednesday, 2/17/21, AM

Feb 17, 2021

Campaign To Provide Vaccines To Nursing Home Residents In Marin Finding Success / Some California Educators Concerned About K-12 Ethnic Studies Curriculum / New Mass Vaccination Sites Open, But Supply Shortfalls Slow Things Down / Hollywood Actor Made False Claim About Mail-In Ballots

Bay Area Headlines: Tuesday, 2/16/21 PM

Feb 16, 2021

California Opens New Vaccination Sites At Oakland's Coliseum And Cal State, Los Angeles / San Francisco International Airport Opens Vaccination Site Wednesday And Friday For San Mateo County Residents

Black And Latinx Residents Are Underrepresented In Vaccinations / President Biden Still Faces Unresolved Border Issues / Cicely Tyson Remembered / Officials Condemn Los Angeles Police Officers' Inflammatory Captioned Photo Of George Floyd

With Supply Low, San Francisco Pauses Vaccines At Major Site

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Bay Area Headlines: Monday, 2/15/21, AM

Feb 15, 2021

California Virus Incidence Dropping, But Death Rate Remains High / Some Californians Aged 64 And Younger Who Have Health Conditions Will Soon Be Eligible For Vaccinations

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California Overtakes New York As State With Most COVID-19 Deaths / UC Berkeley School Officials Extend Student Pandemic Lockdown / California Labor Secretary Julie Su Nominated For U.S. Deputy Secretary Of Labor / State High Speed Rail Officials Seek To Tap $4.1 Billion To Complete Central Valley Run

Bay Area Headlines: Thursday, 2/11/21, AM

Feb 11, 2021

COVID-19 Indicators Dropping Around State, But South African Variants Appear In Bay Area / California Administers Five Millionth Dose / Crews Continue Cleaning Up Chevron Oil Spill / California Establishes A Water Futures Market / Alameda County Sheriff's Deputy Drops Lawsuit Against Toronto Raptors Executive

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Bay Area Headlines: Wednesday, 2/10/21, PM

Feb 10, 2021

Crews Work To Clean Up Chevron Oil Spill In Bay / State Investigating Problems At New COVID-19 Lab / Advocates Say Farmworkers Being Overlooked In Vaccine Prioritization

Former Recalled Governor Gray Davis Doesn't Think Governor Newsom Will Be Recalled / Monterey Bay Is Hosting A Lot More Great White Sharks / California Set To Receive Another Million Vaccines / State Has Administered Five Million Vaccine Doses / Pressure Mounting To Loosen Restrictions On Youth Sports

California Takes Measures To Provide Vaccinations Equitably / Governor's Advisory Committee Recommends Allowing Shorter Prison Sentences

Bay Area Headlines: Tuesday, 2/9/21, AM

Feb 9, 2021

Schools Around The Country Prepare For Possibility Of Distance Learning In Fall / California Highway Patrol Officers Test Positive For Coronavirus After Extra Staffing During Inauguration / Leronne Armstrong Named New Oakland Chief Of Police / Churches Resuming Services Concerned About Lack Of Singing / Governor Newsom Announces Mass Vaccination Sites At California Stadiums / Trailblazing Astronaut Millie Hughes-Fulford Has Died

California's COVID-19 Numbers Dropping / Some California Churches Opened Door To Worshipping This Weekend / Republican John Cox Announces Campaign For Governor / San Francisco Still Has The Most Expensive Gasoline In The Country

Bay Area Headlines: Monday, 2/8/21, AM

Feb 8, 2021

San Francisco Unified School District And Teachers Union Agree Upon Reopening Criteria / Food Delivery Carjack Kidnapping Victims Found / State Lab Running Slow / Californians "Range Anxiety" A Deterrent To Buying Electric Cars / Northern Californian George P. Shultz Has Died

Bay Area Headlines: Monday, 2/8/21, AM

Feb 8, 2021

San Francisco Unified School District And Teachers Union Agree Upon Reopening Criteria / Food Delivery Carjack Kidnapping Victims Found / State Lab Running Slow / Californians "Range Anxiety" A Deterrent To Buying Electric Cars / Northern Californian George P. Shultz Has Died

Bay Area Headlines: Friday, 2/5/21, AM

Feb 5, 2021

Recent Storms Relieved Drought Conditions Over Some Parts Of California / State Lab Remains Well Short Of Goal For Processing COVID-19 Tests / Global Business Consultant Agrees To Pay $600 Million In Settlement Over Opioid Crisis / Nine State Lawmakers Introduce Reforms For State Employment Development Department

California Governor Gavin Newsom Close To Announcing State's New Attorney General / US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Backs Adam Schiff For California AG / Representative Jackie Speier Co-Sponsors Bill To Protect Whistleblowers Who Report Misuse Of COVID-19 Relief Funds / US Drought Monitor Says Storm Eased Drought Conditions In Some Parts Of The State / 86% Remains In Drought

Bay Area Headlines: Thursday, 2/4/21, AM

Feb 4, 2021

San Francisco Unified School District Tells City It Has A Plan To Reopen Schools / California Joins Federal Government In Opening Two Mass Vaccination Sites, Including Oakland's Coliseum / State's Big First Storm Doesn't Reduce Risk Of Drought / Pair Of Wolves Spotted In Northern California

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City Of San Francisco Sues Its Own School District For Not Opening Schools / California Hospitals Seeing Rapid Decline In New COVID-19 Admissions / State Planning On Vaccination Plan Revisions / Oakland's Coliseum To Be Site Of Mass Vaccinations

Bay Area Headlines: Wednesday, 2/3/21

Feb 3, 2021

Google Settles Discrimination Suit With Women And Asian Engineers And Job Candidates / COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalizations, And Deaths Trending Downward / More Than 3.5 Million Californians Have Received At Least One Vaccination

San Jose City Council Voting On Requiring Supermarkets To Pay $5 Extra To Workers During Pandemic / Former San Diego Mayor Announces Run For Governor / Attacked Tortoise Expected To Make Full Recovery

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