Vallejo’s Six Flags Discovery Kingdom To Open Without RidesThe Six Flags Discovery Kingdom amusement park in Vallejo is reopening next week but rides will not be operating and the amount of visitors will be kept well below capacity, park officials announced Thursday. (6/25/20)
Thursday Evening Pinpoint ForecastClear skies and continued warm-to-hot temps inland with cool, cloudy conditions along the coast. (6-25-30)
State Officials Weigh Options as COVID-19 Numbers SpikeThe numbers are up but what does the uptick in coronavirus infections mean for California reopening plans? Andria Borba reports. (6-25-20)
Raw Video: Newsom Announces New COVID-19 Modeling Website, Open Source Tools For ‘Citizen Scientists’Gov. Gavin Newsom on Thursday announced a new COVID-19 modeling website as well as new open-source tools designed to help California residents understand the data informing local health departments and empower what he called “citizen scientists.”
Many Covid-19 Cases Traced To Construction SitesConstruction crews in Santa Clara County have been working since getting the green light to return on May 4 as pandemic restrictions loosened. County public health officials now say a third of the county's 89 workplace-related outbreaks since then have come from construction sites. Andria Borba reports
Thursday Morning Weather Forecast With Mary LeeExpect mild conditions along the coast and continued hot temperatures inland, with highs well into the 90s. Temperatures away from the coast will continue to be hot on Friday, with cooler conditions throughout the Bay Area this weekend. Mary Lee has the forecast. (6/25/20)
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San Francisco Sunset District Residents Fight Proposed Housing DevelopmentAs San Francisco struggles with housing, developers are eyeing Western neighborhoods as the new frontier. As Susie Steimle reports, residents in the Sunset District are putting up a fight.
Coronavirus Cases Increasing In Santa Clara CountyAs coronavirus cases in California are soaring, Santa Clara County is on the watchlist. Maria Mediina has the numbers.
Doctors Warn Coronavirus Outbreak At San Quentin Could Be CatastrophicCases of COVID-19 continue to increase by the day, with 1-in-8 inmates falling ill to the disease. Andrea Nakano tells us doctors are warning the outbreak at The Q could be catastrophic.
San Jose Mayor Unveils Police Reforms In Wake Of Clashes With BLM ProtestersSan Jose's mayor unveiled police reforms in the wake of the violent clashes between officers and protesters during the Black Lives Matter protests. Len Ramirez has the details.
Officer Removes Racist Graffiti Spray Painted On Car In Union CityAn officer tried to remove the stain of some hateful, racist graffiti spray painted on a car in Union City. John Ramos tells us how.
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Wednesday Evening Forecast with Paul Heggen(6/24/20)
San Francisco Community Group Gives Support To Seniors Isolated By COVID-19Don Ford reports on community volunteers reaching out to San Francisco seniors isolated by coronavirus shelter order (6-24-2020)
Oakland Unified School District Set To Vote On Removing Police From SchoolsThe resolution before the OUSD Board of Directors is named after George Floyd and would eliminate the school district's police force of 10 sworn officers and 50 unarmed campus safety officers. Wilson Walker reports. (6/24/20)
Restaurant CEO Helps Feed Medical Workers And Those In Need During PandemicSharon Chin reports on Melt CEO Ralph Bower using his restaurant to provide meals for hospital workers and needy during COVID-19 pandemic (6-24-2020)
San Jose Police Officers Hailed For Saving Baby With CPRElizabeth Cook reports on two San Jose police officers hailed as heroes after they saved a baby on Father's Day (6-24-2020)
San Francisco LGBTQ Activist Harry Britt Passes AwayElizabeth Cook reports on the death of gay rights activist Harry Britt, who became a San Francisco supervisor after assassination of Harvey Milk (6-24-2020)
Contra Costa County Police Departments Formulate Plan To Crack Down On Illegal FireworksKenny Choi reports on a regional fireworks roundtable with East Bay law enforcement discussing ways to stop spike in fireworks (6-24-2020)
Reopening CA: Uncertainty Around the CoronavirusDr. Dean Winslow of Stanford Healthcare talks with CBSN Bay Area about the spike in cases and how the steroid Dexamethasone could possibly reduce the risk of death in COVID patients according to researchers.
Protesters At Oakland Rally Demand End To Policing In Oakland SchoolsDemonstrators rallied in front of the Oakland Unified School District administration building ahead of a vote that could end policing in Oakland schools. Kiet Do reports. (6/24/20)
Newsom Implores Californians To Follow COVID-19 Guidelines As Cases Spike To Record LevelsAs coronavirus cases spike to record levels in California and other states, Governor Gavin Newsom on Wednesday implored Californians to redouble their efforts to keep themselves and others safe by strictly following the current state guidelines on sheltering, social distancing, wearing face masks and washing their hands. Anne Makovec reports. (6/24/20)

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