Oakland officials cracking on large crowd gathering at Lake Merritt
2 Hayward Teachers Bring Science to Life With Home Kits For StudentsSharon Chin reports on how two Hayward science teachers Stuart Loebl and Nancy Wright have figured out how to reach students during pandemic distance learning (4-14-2021)
Officer Who Shot Daunte Wright Arrested, Charged With ManslaughterThe officer who shot Daunte Wright during a traffic stop near Minneapolis, Minnesota has been charged with manslaughter in his death. Chris Martinez reports. (4/14/21)
Suspects In Recent San Francisco Asian American Attacks Make Court AppearancesA crowd showed up outside a San Francisco courthouse Wednesday as two suspects in separate attacks against Asian Americans faced judges. Wilson Walker reports. (4/14/21)
Stanford Medicine Launching COVID-19 Vaccine Study On Children 5 Years Old And UnderJuliette Goodrich reports on Stanford beginning study to test the effects of COVID-19 vaccines on young children (4-14-2021)
Influx of COVID Vaccine From Feds Gives Santa Clara County a SurplusDevin Fehely reports on Santa Clara County boosting the number of people being vaccinated after receiving 300,000 doses from federal government (4-14-2021)
Health Experts Say More Data Needed Before Making Decision on J&J VaccineNatalie Brand reports on a CDC panel meeting coming to no conclusions as far as extending the pause in using the Johnson & Johnson vaccine (4-14-2021)
COVID Or Allergies? A UCSF Doctor Explains The DifferenceCBSN Bay Area's Len Kiese discusses allergy season with UCSF’s Dr. Ronald Labuguen, and explains how to tell the symptoms apart from the coronavirus.
Heart Health Amid The COVID-19 PandemicCBSN Bay Area's Len Kiese talked to MarinHealth’s Dr. Ben Ancock about the increase in cardiovascular issues he says he’s seeing due to patients putting off care due to COVID-19.
CDC Holds Emergency Meeting On Johnson & Johnson COVID VaccineInvestigators are still trying to determine whether the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine is linked to a handful of severe blood clotting cases. Natalie Brand reports. (4/14/21)
Santa Clara County Expands Vaccine Eligibility To Age 16 and OverMore people are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine and the expansion comes two days ahead of schedule in Santa Clara County. Emily Turner reports. (4/14/21)
Wednesday Afternoon Forecast with Mary Lee(4/14/21)
COVID Reopening: San Francisco To Resume Indoor Live Events and Performances on April 15Officials in San Francisco on Wednesday announced that the city will allow indoor live-audience events and other gatherings to resume with some capacity limits and protocols starting Thursday, April 15. Anne Makovec reports. (4/14/21)
Raw Video: Body Found At Scene Of Fire At San Jose RestaurantA body was found at the site of a fire burning at a Vietnamese restaurant in San Jose Wednesday morning, fire officials said. (4/14/21)
San Francisco Restaurant Getting Hit By Non-Paying Patrons Who 'Dine and Dash'A restaurant in San Francisco is dealing with yet another blow on top of the pandemic. Betty Yu reports they've been hit by non-paying 'dine and dashers' both in person and virtually.
COVID: Bay Area Experts Weigh In After Thousands Of Johnson & Johnson Doses Get PulledThousands of doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine are being pulled over concerns about a potentially rare but serious side effect. Andrea Nakano talked to local experts about the vaccine.
Officer, Police Chief Resign In Fallout Over Fatal Shooting Of Daunte Wright; George Floyd Family Offers SupportThe family of Daunte Wright is getting support from relatives of Geoge Floyd after Wright was shot dead by police during a traffic stop in Minnesota. Nancy Chen reports. (4/13/21)
Study: Sediment, Tidal Marshes Are Key To Protecting Bay Area From Rising Sea LevelsScientists warn that sea level rise is a problem that cannot be ignored. But a new study says the secret to protecting the Bay Area may rest with something that is currently being thrown away. John Ramos reports. (4/13/21)
Sobering Center Opening In San Francisco To Help People Fighting Drug AddictionSan Francisco is taking a new approach to help people fighting drug addiction. Andria Borba reports on a new Sobering Center opening on Howard Street.
Bay Area Homelessness Regional Action Plan Announced; Seeks To House 75% Of Homeless By 2024Local and state leaders, housing experts, businesses and social justice advocates from all nine Bay Area counties have united to create a Regional Action Plan that aims to house 75 percent of the area's homeless population by 2024. Len Ramirez reports. (4/13/21)
Prime Suspect Paul Flores Arrested In 1996 Case Of Missing Cal Poly Student Kristin SmartThere has been a major break in a California cold case. Prime suspect Paul Flores was arrested in the 1996 disappearance of 19-year-old Kristin Smart. Michele Gile has more details.
COVID Vaccines: Pause In Johnson & Johnson Shots Taken In Stride By Bay Area Health OfficialsBay Area public health departments have shelved doses of the Johnson & Johnson one-shot COVID-19 vaccine amid concerns raised by the Centers for Disease Control over rare blood clots. Devin Fehely reports. (4/13/21)
Warriors Outline Plans For COVID Safety Protocol at Chase CenterEmily Turner reports on 'Operation Dub Nation,' the Warriors' COVID safety plan for nine home games closing out regular season (4-13-2021)