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Alameda County Fair Set to Reopen FridayAfter a pandemic break, the Alameda County fair is set to open in Pleasanton. Juliette Goodrich reports. (10-21-21)
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Bay Area Family Found Dead in Sierra Perished From Extreme HeatA young Northern California family who was found dead after going on a hike in Sierra National Forest were killed by hyperthermia and possible dehydration after walking for hours in triple-digit heat. Andria Borba reports. (10-21-21)
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Fines Not Deterring Contra Costa In-N-Out From Defying Orders To Verify Vaccine StatusDespite facing fines from Contra Costa health authorities for not verifying vaccine status for dine-in customers, the In-N-Out in Pleasant Hill appeared to remain defiant Wednesday night. Katie Nielsen reports. (10/20/21)
Upcoming Storms To Impact Bay Area Restaurants Relying On Outdoor DiningWhile outdoor dining has proven to be a lifeline for Bay Area restaurants during the pandemic, the arrival of much needed rain is set to wash away badly needed business. Andrea Nakano reports. (10/20/21)
KPIX 5 ViacomCBS Issues Statement Condemning Racist Attack On Reporter Betty YuKPIX 5 and ViacomCBS issued a statement Wednesday in response to racist attack on reporter Betty Yu. (10/20/21)
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East Bay Marks 30 Years Since 1991 Oakland Hills FirestormWednesday marks 30 years since a huge firestorm broke out in the Oakland Hills. Community members gathered to remember the massive 1991 fire that burned 3,300 homes and killed 25 people. Andria Borba reports. (10/20/21)
Defense Tries To Pick Apart Damaging Testimony From Theranos Project ManagerLen Ramirez reports on defense team of Elizabeth Holmes trying to undercut testimony of Theranos project manager (10-20-2021)
Concerns Over Impact of Unvaccinated SFMTA Works GrowKenny Choi reports on rising concerns over how SFMTA workers who haven't reported vaccine status could affect transit (10-20-2021)
U.S. Officials Announce Plans to Roll Out COVID Vaccine for ChildrenNatalie Brand reports on White House officials announcing plans for providing children with COVID vaccines (10-20-2021)
Netflix Workers Walk Out In Protest Of Dave Chappelle Special Criticized As TransphobicNetflix employees walked out of their jobs Wednesday to show their opposition to statements made by comedian Dave Chappelle about transgender people in his recent special. John Ramos reports.
Wednesday Night Weather Forecast With Paul HeggenExpect wet conditions in the Bay Area to continue for the next several days. Showers will be light on Thursday, with heavier rain late Thursday into Friday. Paul Heggen has the forecast. (10/20/21)
Interview: UCSF Epidemiologist Dr. George Rutherford on Children's COVID VaccinesThe White House unveiled plans to roll out COVID vaccines for younger children pending FDA authorization. UCSF epidemiologist Dr. George Rutherford offers his view on the vaccine plans.
Jefferson Award Winner: Krista LucchesiThis week's Jefferson Award winner helps distribute more than a million pounds of food each year to make sure East Bay senior citizens do not go hungry. Sharon Chin reports. (10/20/21)

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