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STORM WATCH: Defiant Santa Cruz Mountain Residents Say They Ignore Evacuation OrderAuthorities have issued an evacuation order for hundreds of homes in and around the CZU Lightning Complex Fire burn scar area, but many residents said they are staying in their homes.
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Russian River Rubber Dam Deflated Due to Impending StormWith a major storm expected to hit the Bay Area Sunday, a rubber dam on the Russian River near Forestville was deflated Saturday to prevent damage to the dam from high river flows. John Ramos reports. (10-23-21)
Bay Area Residents Stock Up on Sand Bags as Wet Storm Bears DownOn Saturday, people all over the Bay Area filled up sand bags to protect their homes and yards from flooding. Max Darrow reports from the Peninsula. (10-23-21)
Transit Workers Protest in San Jose for Hazard PayThe VTA's largest union says South Bay transit workers put their lives on the line during the pandemic and they need to be compensated for it. Devin Fehely reports. (10-23-21)
Police Investigation of Shattered Vehicle Windows Temporarily Shuts Highway 17Highway 17 was closed for over an hour between Summit Road and Sugarloaf Road due to police activity Saturday afternoon. Da Lin reports from Scotts Valley. (10-23-21)
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New Facebook Whistleblower Says Executives Shrugged as Algorithm Stoked Hate, MisinformationA new whistleblower is taking on Menlo Park-based Facebook just a couple weeks after Frances Haugen testified to members of Congress that the tech giant chooses profit over safety. Maria Cid Medina reports. (10-22-21)
CDC Approves Wide Range of Options for COVID BoostersThe vaccine rollout is changing quickly as the CDC has now approved boosters for the Pfizer, Moderna and the Johnson & Johnson shots. Andrea Nakano reports. (10-22-21)
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Pfizer Scientist Delivers Damning Testimony in Trial of Elizabeth HolmesA scientist with Pfizer testified that his company rejected a deal with Theranos in 2008 because it wasn't getting straight answers from Theranos. Len Ramirez reports. (10-22-21)
Movie Director From East Bay Recovering Following Accidental Shooting on SetFremont neighbors of movie director Joel Souza are stunned after learning he was shot on the set of a movie featuring Alec Baldwin. Max Darrow reports. (10-21-21)
Students Rising Above: Nayeli MartinezThis week's Students Rising Above scholar Nayeli Martinez lost precious time with her dad just when she needed him most. (10-22-21)
Talking COVID: Vaccinating Children; Booster ShotsElizabeth Cook discusses child vaccinations and booster shots with Dr. Vidya Mony, pediatric infectious disease specialist at Santa Clara County Medical Center. (10-22-21)
El Dorado County Braces for Flooding in Caldor Fire Burn ZoneRecovering from the Caldor Fire just got more complicated with the potential for flooding in El Dorado county. Madison Keavy reports. (10-22-21)
Friday Evening Pinpoint ForecastChief meteorologist Paul Heggen has the storm-watch weekend forecast. (10-22-21)
Retired OPD Chief Recovering Following Gas Station ShootoutA decorated officer who retired from the Oakland police department remains in the hospital after a gun battle with robbery suspects. Investigators believe he was the victim of a random robbery. Da Lin reports. (10-22-21)
North Bay Communities Scarred by Fire Prepare for Stormy Wet WallopThe national weather service has issued a flash-flood watch for the 2020 burn scars, which include the Glass Fire, as well as the LNU Complex in Sonoma County. Wilson Walker reports from Santa Rosa. (10-22-21)
Raw Video: Scene of Fatal Tree Toppling on Vehicle in Santa CruzA large tree fell onto a pickup truck on East Zayante Road near Redwood Road in Santa Cruz Friday afternoon, killing the driver.
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