An on-duty San Jose police officer was injured Friday morning after being struck by a vehicle. (5/7/21)

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Raw Video: Thieves Steal From Parked Car At San Francisco Lombard St.In the latest example of car break-ins in San Francisco, a witness captured video of thieves breaking into a car at Lombard St. and making off with bags and suitcases as tourists watched. (6/16/21)
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Inspectors Go Door-to-Door Checking Marin County Homes for Fire HazardsJohn Ramos reports on Marin County's Defensible Space Inspection Program checking homes for fire hazards (6-15-2021)
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Disneyland Drops COVID Restrictions Amid State ReopeningMichelle Gile reports on Disneyland reopening without COVID restrictions for the first time in over a year (6-15-2021)
Tuesday Night Weather Forecast With Paul HeggenAfter a cool start to the week, temperatures are expected to soar Wednesday through Friday, with inland highs around 100. Paul Heggen has the forecast.(6/15/21)
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San Francisco Businesses, Residents Celebrate COVID ReopeningKenny Choi reports on the feeling of hope surrounding reopening events in San Francisco on June 15th (6-15-2021)
Even With California's Reopening, Many Business Customers Keeping Masks OnFrom small neighborhood bakeries to big-box grocery stores, large numbers of Bay Area customers Tuesday continued to wear face masks even though they were no longer required by state law. Devin Fehely reports. (6/15/21)

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