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Santa Clara County Expands Program Helping Homeless Quarantine From COVID-19Santa Clara County is ramping up a program to house people who have either tested positive for the coronavirus or have been exposed to someone who has, and whose living conditions make it difficult to effectively quarantine. Devin Fehely reports. (9/21/20)
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Raw Video: Pleasant Hill Church Pastor Describes Vandalism IncidentPastor Scott Denny of Grace Bible Church describes and incident of vandalism at the church facility on Cleaveland Rd. In Pleasant Hill. (9/21/20)
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