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San Francisco Arrests: Police say a backpack containing Molotov cocktails was seized following loud explosionPolice say a backpack containing Molotov cocktails was seized following loud explosion
Monday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeThe first day of June should be mild through much of the Bay Area, with highs in the 60s along the coast, up to the low 80s inland. Temperatures will warm up significantly on Tuesday and Wednesday, particularly inland, where highs could approach 100. Mary Lee has the forecast. (6/1/20)
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Dozens Arrested In San Francisco After Protests, Curfew ViolationsSeveral dozen people have been arrested in San Francisco Sunday after a day of protests and curfew violations. Joe Vazquez reports some demonstrators were found with what police called Molotov cocktails. (5/31/20)
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Looters Bring Crime And Chaos To Suburbs Across The East BayAndria Borba reports on looters targeting stores in Walnut Creek, Pleasant Hill and San Leandro Sunday (5-31-2020)
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Remembering Bay Area Legacy of Playwright, AIDS Activist Larry KramerThe Bay Area impact of award-winning playwright, LGBT-rights activist and leader in the national fight against AIDS discrimination, Larry Kramer, who died last week, is recalled by Dr. Anthony Fauci, former KPIX anchor Hank Plante and others. (5-31-20)
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Thousands March Through San Francisco as Curfew LoomsThousands marched from San Francisco City Hall around downtown, to the Embarcadero, the Hall of Justice, Union Square and back to City Hall Sunday as an 8 p.m. citywide curfew loomed. Joe Vazquez reports. (5-31-20)
Family-Friendly Protest Rally Held at Children's Fairyland in OaklandA protest was held in Oakland Sunday specifically to give families a chance to express their desire for social justice in a non-confrontational setting. John Ramos reports. (5-31-20)
Emeryville Shopping District Begins Cleanup Following Long Night of LootingOn Sunday, volunteers came out to help crews cleaning up the extensive damage to stores hit hard by scores of looters on Saturday evening. Betty Yu reports. (5-31-20)
Weeklong, Dusk-to-Dawn Curfew Announced for San JoseAfter a weekend filled with violent demonstrations, San Jose mayor Sam Liccardo announced Sunday he was placing the city on a dusk-to-dawn curfew for at a least week. Kenny Choi reports. (5-31-20)
SF Business Owners Clean Up Following Night of Looting, VandalismThe Sunday morning air in Union Square was punctuated by the sound of drills, hammers and saws as the city's retail Gold Coast transformed into a plywood jungle after a night of looting. Andria Borba reports (5-31-20)
Sunday Evening Pinpoint ForecastDarren Peck has the forecast for the first week of June. (5-31-20)
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Raw Video: Car Caravan in Oakland in Response to Death of George FloydA miles-long car caravan in protest of the police killing of George Floyd formed near the Port of Oakland Sunday afternoon. (5-31-20)
Los Angeles Mayor Extends Citywide Curfew for SundayAt a Sunday afternoon news conference Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti announced the imposition of another curfew for Sunday evening and discussed other measures the city would be taking to counter violence and looting. (5-31-20)
Los Angeles Police Chief Describes Efforts to Contain ViolenceLos Angeles police chief Michel Moore spoke about his department's response to the escalating violence and looting which have caused the mayor to call another curfew Sunday. (5-31-20)
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