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Drop in New Unemployment ClaimsNew jobless numbers show biggest decrease in new claims in 6 months in California
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Raw Video: San Mateo Police Announce Arrest In 1989 Cold Case Rape, Attempted MurderA man has been arrested 32 years after a shocking home invasion, rape and attempted murder of a woman in San Mateo after new DNA evidence in the case, police announced Thursday. (2/25/21)
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Making Music During The COVID-19 PandemicCBSN Bay Area's Michelle Griego talks to Mike Garson, David Bowie's former keyboardist, about the benefits of making music during these uncertain times.
Mass Vaccination Site At San Francisco Moscone Center Set To ReopenSan Francisco health officials were set to reopen the mass vaccination site at San Francisco's Moscone Center Thursday. Kiet Do reports. (2/25/21)
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Stunning Superbloom Pops Up In Half Moon BayThe right weather conditions this winter is behind a massive superbloom in Half Moon Bay, which has attracted visitors from across the Bay Area. Maria Medina reports. (2/24/21)
COVID Vaccines: Marin Set To Expand Eligibility; Seniors Say Finding Appointments Still A ChallengeAs Marin County is set to expand its COVID-19 vaccine rollout to teachers and food service workers, seniors say finding appointments is still proving to be a challenge. Andrea Nakano reports. (2/24/21)
Golden Gate Park Robbery Attempt Caught On Camera Amid Rise In Break-InsAs police report burglaries and robberies are on the rise in and around Golden Gate Park, an eyewitness captured a brazen attempted smash-and-grab Wednesday. Betty Yu reports. (2/24/21)
Proposed Defunding, Reforms Of Oakland Police Department Draw Mixed ReactionsWhile the Defund the Police movement has gained steam following the outcry over George Floyd's death, what actually constitutes public safety and how it looks isn't an agreed-upon standard at the moment.
Multiple Agencies Ramp Up Search For Rogue Coyote That Bit 5 Lamorinda VictimsA variety of federal, state and local agencies are currently cooperating in a massive effort to find and capture an aggressive coyote that has bitten five people in the East Bay since July of last year. Kenny Choi reports. (2/24/21)
Science Lovers Shocked To Find Fry's Electronic Stores Closed For GoodScience aficionados were in shock Wednesday after learning Fry's Electronics suddenly closed all its stores after 36 years. Kiet Do reports on the San Jose-based store's role in shaping Silicon Valley.
Special Academy on Treasure Island Gives Hope to Troubled, High-Risk StudentsSharon Chin reports on an academy on Treasure Island that helps troubled truant San Francisco students (2-24-2021)
Mail Carrier Assaulted, Robbed In Bay Point; $50,000 Reward Offered In CaseA mail carrier was assaulted and robbed in Bay Point, prompting the postal service to offer a reward in the case, authorities said Wednesday.
A's Excited To Have Mitch Moreland On Their SideMitch Moreland hit 15 home runs at the Oakland Coliseum as an opponent over the last decade. Now the A's are hoping Moreland can swing it like that for a full season in the green and gold. (2-24-21)
Woman Killed By Large Falling Tree Branch In DavisHeather Jansen reports on a woman dying after being struck by a falling tree branch in a Davis park (2-24-2021)
Santa Clara County Opens New COVID Vaccine Site At Gilroy High SchoolA vaccination site that aims to offer up to 2,000 shots per day has opened in Gilroy, one of the communities in the South Bay hardest hit by the pandemic. Devin Fehely reports. (2/24/21)
Berkeley Passes Resolution to Eliminate Historically Racist Single-Family ZoningJohn Ramos reports on Berkeley City Council passing a resolution to end racist single-family zoning (2-24-2021)
1000s Of Artifacts, Pieces Of Art From San Francisco's Cliff House Heading To AuctionThousands of pieces of art and artifacts from San Francisco's iconic Cliff House will soon be up for action. Don Ford gives us a sneak peek at some famous items going on the block.
COVID: California Suspends System Of Shared Vaccine Access Codes After MisuseThe state is changing the way it offers COVID-19 vaccines to disadvantaged communities after people who are currently not eligible for the shot used special codes to get appointments. Wilson Walker reports. (2/24/21)

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