In 2015, the Supreme Court ruled same-sex couples had a Constitutionally-protected right to marry. It has been considered a closed issue since then but as John Ramos reports, new comments coming from the bench suggest the struggle for same-sex marriage might not be over.

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COVID: Bay Area Experts Weigh On As Bay Area Teens Become Eligible For VaccineCalifornia is opening up vaccinations for Bay Area teenagers this week. Juliette Goodrich talks to experts about the safety of the shot and what parents need to know.
Monday Evening Forecast With Paul HeggenMild temperatures.
COVID Recovery: East San Jose Neighborhood Calls On City To Buy Up Storefronts To Aid Struggling BusinessesHit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, leaders in the Alum Rock neighborhood of East San Jose are calling on the city to buy up vacant storefronts to help struggling businesses get back on their feet. Len Ramirez reports. (4/12/21)
East Bay Scholar Envisions Career Helping, Defending Others After Father Receives 2nd ChanceThere's a special kind of trauma children separated from a parent can experience, the effects of which sometimes linger for years. Priscilla Cardenas has experienced both heartache and healing as her dad left - and then came back into her life. Michelle Griego reports. (4/12/21)
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Southern California Man Rescues 3 Kids, Grandmother After Neighbor's Home ExplodesA Southern California man jumps into action after his neighbor's home exploded over the weekend, rescuing three kids and their grandmother. Tina Patel reports. (4/12/21)
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Recall Campaign Initiated Against Windsor Mayor Dominic Foppoli Following Multiple Sexual Assault AllegationsA citizens’ committee has taken the first step to recall Windsor Mayor Dominic Foppoli from office following sexual assault accusations from at least six women. John Ramos reports. (4/12/21)
Oakland Police Investigating 7 New Homicides in Past Week as Street Violence SpikesKen Bastida reports on Oakland's Chief of Police calling for more funding as city deals with alarming surge in deadly street violence (4-12-2021)
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Medical Monday: 'Double Mutant'CBSN Bay Area's Anne Makovec talks to Dr. Dean Winslow with Stanford Health Care about we know about the 'double mutant' variant from India that's been discovered in the Bay Area.
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