UPDATE: 2 Dead, 7 Injured, 1 Arrest In Suspected DUI Crash In PittsburgA driver who who set off a fatal major injury crash in Pittsburg Monday, was arrested for driving under the influence, according to police.
'Prayers Are Not Enough': V.P. Harris Demands Answers In Death Of Minneapolis Man Killed By OfficerVice-President Kamala Harris added her voice to the hundreds of thousands of reactions nationwide across all platforms to the shooting death of an unarmed black man by a Minneapolis police officer who said she thought she was using her taser.
Curry Breaks Wilt's Record Scoring 17,784 Points -- Most Ever In Warriors Franchise HistoryHigh fives for Number 30! Warriors point guard Stephen Curry has broken Wilt Chamberlain's record, scoring the most points ever in the team's franchise history.
COVID Reopening: Salesforce Preparing to Bring Vaccinated Employees Back To Office Next MonthWhile some car traffic has returned to 1st Street in San Francisco, the sidewalks of the Financial District remain fairly quiet. That could change next month when Salesforce Tower reopens for small vaccinated groups of employees.
COVID Recovery: East San Jose Neighborhood Calls On City To Buy Vacant Storefronts To Aid Struggling BusinessesA plan to revitalize one San Jose neighborhood hit hard by COVID-19 has a unique twist: Get the city to buy up vacant storefronts to help struggling businesses get back on their feet.
Construction Set To Begin On Gondola Connecting Alpine Meadows To Squaw ValleyConstruction is set to begin this summer on a gondola connecting two of Lake Tahoe's biggest ski resorts.

Health

COVID Impact: San Francisco Reopening All Indoor Pools For SummerSan Francisco displayed more signs of returning to pre-COVID-19 life Monday after the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department announced it’s reopening all of its indoor pools by mid-June.
Report: Marin County Residents Healthiest in CaliforniaThe 2021 County Health Rankings and Roadmaps report found residents of Marin County were the healthiest in California. It was the 11th time in 12 years that Marin earned the top ranking.
California Background Check System Snafus Delay Elder Care HiringA new portal from the California Department of Social Services is supposed to automate criminal background checks for home- and community-care providers but those trying to use it say they have been frustrated for months.
COVID: Despite Short-Term Drop in Vaccine Supply, State Officials Predict Full Reopening by SummerIn just a matter of days, nearly all Californians will be eligible to get the COVID vaccine but getting an appointment may not be easy as the state expects a shortage in supply beginning next week.
COVID: San Francisco Nightlife Rebounds as Pandemic Restrictions EaseWith rebounding traffic, diners eating indoors and movies projected on the silver screen at Fort Mason, Friday nights in the city feel a lot different from what they were a year ago.
Mental Health Professionals Advise Hybrid Approach When Returning to Work After PandemicIt’s been more than a year of masking up, sheltering in place and working from home. We’ve been distant by design and now millions of workers are being called back.

CBS National News

Nine killed in icy crashes throughout the SouthThe monster storm moving east first slammed parts of the South with snow and ice, causing major problems on the roads, stranding hundreds and killing nine people. Mark Strassmann reports from Charlotte North Carolina.
Massive winter storm marches up East CoastA big and powerful blizzard is affecting over 70 million Americans, with snow, sleet, freezing rain and gale-forced winds stretching from the Southeast to the Northeast. At least nine storm-related deaths are reported. The storm, combined with high tides, is also battering coastal areas. One-in-seven Americans could get at least half-a-foot of snow. Ten states along the East Coast are under emergency declarations, as well as New York City and Washington. Kris Van Cleave reports.
Jersey Shore braces for snowstormOn the New Jersey shore, flooding is the main concern. The expected storm surge will coincide with a full moon high tide, which is what happened during Hurricane Sandy. Jericka Duncan reports from Manasquan, New Jersey, where officials are busy preparing.
Health clinics overwhelmed by lead testing in FlintIn Flint, Michigan, health clinics are crowded with worried parents getting their children tested for lead poisoning -- but the high demand has backed up the process. Adriana Diaz reports.
Low oil prices, high unemployment in Texas townLow oil and gas prices are great for drivers, but they have a negative effect on those in the oil business trying to stay afloat. Manuel Bojorquez reports from Alice, Texas.
Live Updates: Cop meant to draw Taser, not gun, before fatal shooting, police sayPolice have released bodycam video of the shooting that killed Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old Black man.

CBS World News

Marriott CEO weighs impact of Paris terror attacks on hotel industryArne Sorenson, chief executive of the hotel chain Marriott International, told CBS News at Davos, Switzerland, how the company addresses terror threats around the world following recent attacks at tourist attractions and resorts. He said Marriott's business in Paris plunged 25 percent in December after the attacks there, but predicted a recovery by March.
UK judge: Vladimir Putin "probably" approved poisoning of ex-spyA British judge says Russian President Vladimir Putin "probably" ordered the poisoning of former KGB spy Alexander Litvinenko after he defected to Britain. The Woodrow Wilson Center's Will Pomeranz discussed the allegations with CBSN.
1/21: Light snow ahead of major storm causes D.C. gridlock; 100-year-old piano player still tickling the ivoryHe may be well past retirement age, but Irving Fields is still playing the piano at New York lounges, five nights a week; Major rush-hour gridlock hit the nation's capitol Wednesday night after only an inch of snow fell -- causing multiple wrecks, traffic delays and other problems
U.S. prisoner released from Iran returns homeAmir Hekmati, the former U.S. Marine who was held prisoner in Iran for four years, has landed in the United States. CBS News State Department correspondent Margaret Brennan joins CBSN with more details, and video of Hekmati arriving in Michigan.
David Miliband challenges American politicians to accept Syrian refugeesDavid Miliband, the president and CEO of the International Rescue Committee and former U.K. foreign secretary, said from Davos that there has been a lot of "fear mongering" in the debate on allowing more refugees into the U.S. He told CBS News that Americans should embrace refugees and that the security methods are in place to prevent radical people from entering the country.
David Miliband discusses how CEOs can address the refugee crisisDavid Miliband, president and CEO of the International Rescue Committee and former U.K. Foreign Secretary, sits down with CBS News at the World Economic Forum to talk about how more CEOs are addressing the refugee crisis. He said that Davos has been a critical turning point because he’s noticing that more CEOs are paying attention to how they can play a role in aiding refugees.