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VIDEO: Surveillance Video Shows Man Defacing SF Mural Dedicated To Asian CultureMurals dedicated to celebrating Asian culture in San Francisco's Chinatown have been vandalized. Betty Yu shows us surveillance video that could lead to the culprit.
COVID: Youth Nights At Levi's Stadium Aim To Bring In More Teens For VaccinesThere is a push in Santa Clara County to get teenagers vaccinated. Marina Medina tells us more about the county's creative approach.
Incarcerated People At CA Prisons Vaccinated At Higher Rate Than StaffThe vaccine rollout has been underway for months in prisons across the U.S. Now incarcerated people across California prisons are getting vaccinated at higher rates than the staff. CBSN Bay Area's Michelle Griego spoke with Yukari Kane, co-founder of the Prison Journalism Project, and Jesse Vasquez, former editor-in-chief of San Quentin News, about how the rollout is going.
COVID: BART Offers Lower Fares To Lure Back RidersBART is hoping to lure back riders who are leery of public transportation since the pandemic. Len Ramirez tells us they plan to offer lower ticket prices.
Levi's Stadium Hosts Teen Vaccination Party NightMaria Medina reports on Levi's Stadium vaccination site enticing teens to get shots with dance party (5-11-2021)
San Francisco Bakery Owner Faces Backlash Over Call to Reopen Great Highway to CarsWilson Walker reports on the growing debate over whether to reopen San Francisco's Great Highway to car traffic (5-11-2021)
Fremont Buddhist Temple Owner To File Civil Rights Lawsuit Against City, Alleges DiscriminationThe owner of a small Buddhist temple in the Fremont hills announced plans to file a federal civil rights lawsuit against the city, claiming she was discriminated against in her quest to receive building permits. Devin Fehely reports. (5/11/21)
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Recycled Water Investment Paying Off For North Marin Water DistrictThis is shaping up to be a long, dry summer and water managers across the state are looking for new sources to meet their demand.  But one small district in Marin County placed a bet on a drought-proof supply of water that may pay off big this year. 
Team Coverage: Major League Baseball Greenlights Oakland A’s To Consider RelocatingSaying the current Coliseum site is not viable for a new stadium, Major League Baseball allowed the A's to look at potentially relocating if a proposal for a new ballpark at Howard Terminal falls through. Andria Borba and Dennis O'Donnell report. (5/11/21)
2 Dead In Horrific Collision On Marin Avenue in BerkeleyAndrea Nakano reports on a tragic double-fatal collision on Berkeley's Marin Avenue (5-11-2021)
Raw Video: Stockton Police Press Conference On Fatal Shooting Of Police OfficerJimmy Inn, a Stockton police officer, was shot and killed Tuesday after responding to a domestic violence call, with a second officer killing the suspect. (5/11/21)
Video: Elderly Asian American Man Assaulted, Robbed In San LeandroAn elderly Asian American man was assaulted and robbed over the weekend in a brazen attack in his San Leandro neighborhood that was recorded on surveillance video. (5/11/21)
Gov. Newsom Unveils $12 Billion Plan To End Family Homelessness Within 5 YearsAnne Makovec reports on state announcing historic investment in ending homelessness in California (5-11-2021)
'Zeus' Tackles Racism Against Asian Americans Amid COVID-19CBSN Bay Area's Michelle Griego talks to Chris Soriano, the director, producer and actor of the film 'Zeus'. It's a new boxing movie that tackles the subjects of racism and hate against Asian Americans.
East Bay Food Bank's Helping HandCBSN Bay Area talks to Suzan Bateson with the Alameda County Community Food Bank about how it's providing enough food to serve 75,000 people a week.
San Mateo County Returns to Yellow Tier; Bars To Resume Indoor ServiceKiet Do reports on San Mateo County becoming the second Bay Area region to return to the Yellow Tier (5-11-2021)
San Francisco Ballet's 'Romeo and Juliet'CBSN Bay Area talks to Joseph Walsh with the San Francisco Ballet about its productions of "Romeo and Juliet," which is being performed until May 26th, 2021.
TODAY'S Forecast: The latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamTemperatures soar into 90s in the East Bay
PIX NowTuesday morning headlines from the KPIX 5 newsroom
California Drought: As drought conditions worsen, Bay Area water districts consider new enforcement measuresAs drought conditions worsen, Bay Area water districts consider new enforcement measures
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Homeowners Buying Insurance In High Fire Areas Should Prepare For Sticker ShockThe start of the fire season should be a wake-up call for home buyers and owners in places like Paradise, California. Susie Steimle reports that insurance rates in these high fire zones may give them sticker shock.
Asian American Attacks: Couple Dragged In Brazen Parking Lot Robbery In OaklandAn Asian couple was robbed in an Oakland parking lot and was dragged as they tried to fight back. Betty Yu got an exclusive interview with the victims.

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