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SF Mayor London Breed Outlines Phased Plan to Reopen City BusinessesSan Francisco mayor London Breed outlined on Thursday steps to reopen more of the city’s businesses and allow additional activities in the coming weeks and months. (5-28-20)
More Bay Area DMV Offices Reopen to New NormalAs more local DMV offices open around the Bay Area you can expect a much-different experience (and be sure to bring a mask). Kiet Do reports. (5-28-20)
Pres. Trump Steps Up Feud With Social Media ProvidersBay Area tech giants Facebook and Twitter drew fire from both sides of the political spectrum Thursday while bracing for a possible executive order from President Trump over monitoring political messaging on their platforms. Natalie Brand reports. (5-28-20)
Social Media Fact Checks: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi critical of Facebook and Twitter as Trump prepares executive orderHouse Speaker Nancy Pelosi critical of Facebook and Twitter as Trump prepares executive order
Thursday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeAfter a hot week so far, expect significant changes along the coast, with highs in the 60s and 70s Thursday. Meanwhile, inland areas will remain hot, with a heat advisory remaining in effect through 7 p.m. Mary Lee has the forecast. (5/28/20)
BART Unveils Reopening Plan As Agency Projects Massive DeficitBART officials have released a plan to welcome riders back as more people head back to work. Meanwhile, the agency is projecting a deficit that could reach hundreds of millions of dollars due to drastically reduced ridership. Kiet Do reports. (5/28/20)
5 Wounded In Shooting At San Jose Apartment ComplexFive people were hospitalized late Wednesday night after a gunman opened fire in an apartment complex driveway in San Jose’s Bonita neighborhood, authorities said. Anne Makovec reports. (5/28/20)
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