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Wineries Welcome Go-Ahead to Reopen Tasting Rooms With RestrictionsOn Friday, Governor Newsom issued orders to allow wine tasting to resume in California but, as much as Napa Valley wineries have been looking forward to the news, it still caught some of them by surprise. John Ramos reports. (6-6-20)
San Francisco Offers 'Pop-Up' COVID-19 Testing for DemonstratorsSan Francisco city officials on Friday established a free, pop-up coronavirus testing clinic for people protesting in aftermath of George Floyd’s death. Da Lin reports. (6-6-20)
Saturday Evening Pinpoint ForecastTemperatures will stay mild and there'll be a bit of a falloff in the gusty winds around the bay. Who can complain? Darren Peck has the pinpoint forecast. (6-6-20)
Santa Clara County Allows In-Store Retail, Outdoor Dining But Business Owners Still StrugglingIn-store retail and outdoor dining is now allowed in Santa Clara county, but many business owners said Friday that it is far from business as usual for them. Maria Medina reports. (6/5/20)
Concord-To-Clayton Black Lives Matter March Ends Without Police ConfrontationAndrea Nakano reports from Contra Costa County on the steps taken to prevent a clash between protesters and police. (6/5/20)
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San Jose Mayor Proposal Would Change Police Use-Of-Force PolicyThousands of Black Lives Matter protesters rallied outside San Jose City Hall Friday and later marched peacefully to police headquarters to demand accountability from officers in their handling of demonstrators, a plea echoed by Mayor Sam Liccardo. Betty Yu reports. (6/5/20)
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Crews Battle Multiple, Wind-Whipped Fires in East BayFrom a 3-alarm fire at a theater in San Lorenzo to a windmill fire near Rio Vista it has been a busy day for Bay Area firefighters and it's not over yet. (6-5-20)
Maserati Hit-and-Run Victim Speaks OutA man who was struck and whose beloved dog was killed by a Maserati hit-and-run driver in Boyes Hot Springs is speaking about his pain -- both physical and emotional. Da Lin reports. (6-5-20)
Vallejo Police Face Scrutiny Over Shooting of Unarmed ManThe California attorney general announced a full review of the Vallejo police department over its use of deadly force. Wilson Walker reports from the scene of a Friday-evening protest rally in Vallejo. (6-5-20)
Retailers and Restaurants Begin Reopening in South BayRetailers and restaurants in Santa Clara County, hard-hit by the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent quarantine lockdown, are entering Phase 2 reopening but business is not yet booming. Maria Medina reports. (6-5-20)
Face Coverings Present Unique Challenge to Deaf CommunityAmong other inconveniences, wearing a face mask prevents the hard of hearing and the deaf from reading lips. One solution: a transparent face mask. Don Ford reports. (6-5-20)
Students Rising Above: Serena TruongLike many college seniors, this week's Students Rising Above scholar is worried about getting her first job after graduation. Michelle Griego reports. (6-5-20)
SF Mayor Breed Calls for Redirecting Police Funding to Black CommunitySan Francisco mayor London Breed announced efforts to redirect city funding from the city's police department to the city's African American community in the city's upcoming budget. Kenny Choi reports. (6-5-20)
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Peaceful Rallies in Small Towns Across Bay Area End Week of ProtestThe big cities may have dominated headlines but thousands of protesters gathered in several Bay Area towns to demand justice for communities of color. Andria Borba reports from Mill Valley. (6-5-20)
Suspect Arrested in Fatal San Jose Cycling Trail Hit-and-RunA 27-year-old San Jose man was arrested Friday in a Guadalupe River Trail cycling accident that left a 61-year-old man dead and a 59-year-old female in hospital with injuries. Devin Fehely reports. (6-5-20)
Santa Clara County, Former COVID-19 Hotspot, Enters Reopening Phase 2Beginning Friday, Santa Clara county will allow outdoor dining at restaurants, in-store retail shopping, swimming and outdoor gatherings of up to 25 people for religious or cultural ceremonies. Kiet Do reports. (6-5-20)
Governor's Midday Update: Criminal Justice ReformGov. Gavin Newsom described inequities in the state’s justice system that need to be fixed during a news conference Friday at the California Museum in Sacramento. (6-5-20)
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Friday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeAfter a hot week, expect much cooler conditions throughout the Bay Area on Friday, with highs in the upper 50s along the coast to the upper 70s inland. Temperatures will stay cool this weekend, before warming up again early next week. Mary Lee has the forecast. (6/5/20)
Man Detained In Suspected South San Jose ArsonsPolice have taken a man into custody who is suspected of setting several fires in South San Jose Thursday afternoon. Meanwhile, firefighters remained on scene early Friday to check for potential hot spots. Kiet Do reports. (6/5/20)
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