Newsom Budget Targets Cleaning Up California; 'The State’s Too Damn Dirty'It's something San Francisco Bay Area residents are confronted with everyday -- trash-strewn streets and highways. Gov. Gavin Newsom's proposed $268 billion state budget will help fund an effort to clean it up.
University of California Drops SAT, ACT Test Scores From Admission RequirementsThe University of California won’t consider SAT and ACT scores that are submitted with admission and scholarship applications under a settlement of a student lawsuit that was announced Friday.
Gov. Newsom’s COVID Recovery Budget Impacting California's Recall ElectionA fading coronavirus crisis and an astounding windfall of tax dollars have reshuffled California’s emerging recall election, allowing Gov. Gavin Newsom to talk about an end to most COVID-19 restrictions and propose billions in new spending as he looks to fend off Republicans who depict him as a foppish failure.
A Surprise Hit, Filipino-Theme Home Movie Filmed in Daly City Spawns SequelAfter a Filipino American home movie shot mostly in Daly City became a hit, the makers created a sequel, which has already won an award.
Oakland Resumes 'Bulky Block Party' Trash Disposal Events To Stem Illegal DumpingAfter a year of shutdowns and amid a rise in illegal dumping, city officials in Oakland are resuming monthly "Bulky Block Party" events for residents to legally dispose of large items.
UPDATE: Fremont Sexual Assault Suspect Now Charged in 3rd Case; Additional Victims SoughtA man charged in two brutal sexual assaults has now been charged with a third count involving an elderly woman, police said Friday.

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COVID Reopening: East Bay Moviegoers Carefully Step Back Into TheatersWith pandemic restrictions starting to be peeled back, people in the East Bay headed out Friday night to enjoy a night at the movies as Regal Cinema reopened theaters in Berkeley and Oakland.
9th Circuit Court Upholds $25M Award In Sonoma Man's Monsanto Cancer CaseA federal appeals court on Friday upheld a $25 million award against agribusiness giant Monsanto Co. in a lawsuit that alleged a North Bay man developed cancer from exposure to its best-selling weed killer, Roundup.
COVID: California Weighing Issues Around New CDC Masking GuidelinesCalifornia's governor said Friday that his office is weighing issues of enforcement and workplace safety in considering whether and when to adopt the latest federal guidelines around masking.
COVID Vaccines: Contra Costa County To Set Up Mobile Vaccination Clinics At SchoolsFollowing authorization of the COVID-19 vaccine for 12-15 year olds, health officials in Contra Costa County announced mobile vaccination clinics at several middle and high schools starting next week.
COVID Schools: University Of Pacific To Require Vaccination To Attend In-Person ClassesUniversity of the Pacific announced Thursday all students returning to in-person instruction this summer and fall, new and continuing, will be required to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 before returning back to campus.
Free Dental Clinic for Uninsured In Contra Costa County Opening Next MonthLocal charities announced Thursday they are providing free dental care to uninsured residents in Contra Costa County next month.

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Saturday Sessions: Arlo Parks performs “Hope”Singer-songwriter Arlo Parks was born in Paris and raised in London. She was discovered after uploading demos online and later released a single that scored 3 million streams on Spotify. This year has been a big one for Parks: She won the Brit Award for Breakthrough Artist and will begin a North America tour this fall. Parks joins Saturday Sessions to perform “Hope” from her debut studio album “Collapsed in Sunbeams.”
Reporter's Notebook: Covering final months of U.S. troop withdrawalCharlie D'Agata spent the last few weeks in Afghanistan as U.S. troops began withdrawing, and as Taliban violence surged. He spoke with General Scott Miller about the so-called "forever" war" that will soon end for American and NATO forces, but not for the Afghan people. Here's his reporter's notebook.
Over a third of states are ending COVID-19 mask mandatesOthers, such as California, New York and New Jersey, are moving forward with caution.
Former NSA Director Mike Rogers on Colonial Pipeline hack, cybersecurityFormer National Security Agency Director and former head of U.S. Cyber Command Retired Admiral Mike Rogers joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to talk about the cyberattack on the Colonial Pipeline and the ongoing risk it highlights.
Pastry chef Claire Saffitz teaches people how to make savory and sweet treats with dessert cookbookYouTube personality Claire Saffitz is a food lover who thinks the most important course is the last one. The pastry chef has taught millions how to make great desserts through her articles and videos. She's combined her love for teaching, recipe development and baking in her best-selling cookbook "Dessert Person."
Maya Angelou and Sally Ride to appear on coinage series honoring trailblazing American womenMore women than ever are about to create change by appearing on American coinage. Poet Maya Angelou and Astronaut Sally Ride are two of 20 women who will be honored by the U.S. Mint by featuring them on the "tails side" of a series of quarters starting next year.

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Two satellites lost in Rocketlab launch mishapThe mishap marked Rocketlab's second in its last eight flights.
Reporter's Notebook: Covering final months of U.S. troop withdrawalCharlie D'Agata spent the last few weeks in Afghanistan as U.S. troops began withdrawing, and as Taliban violence surged. He spoke with General Scott Miller about the so-called "forever" war" that will soon end for American and NATO forces, but not for the Afghan people. Here's his reporter's notebook.
Israeli airstrike in Gaza destroys building with AP bureauAn Israeli airstrike destroyed a high-rise building in Gaza City that housed offices of The Associated Press and other media outlets.
Israeli airstrike on Gaza home kills at least 10 people, most of them childrenOvernight, several areas of the densely populated Palestinian territory were pounded in strikes, wreaking havoc.
Fighting between Israeli forces and Palestinians intensifiesThe violence between Israel and the Islamic militant group Hamas in Gaza is not letting up. On Saturday morning, an Israeli airstrike on a house in Gaza City killed at least 10 people, some of them children. That's the highest number of fatalities in a single attack since the conflict began less than a week ago. While some of the most intense assaults have been in Gaza and southern Israel, a much broader offensive is taking shape. Imtiaz Tyab is in Tel Aviv with the latest.
Why is violence flaring up in Israel and Gaza?There has not been such a severe escalation of violence in the region since the Israel-Gaza war in 2014. Here's a look at why it's happening.