With COVID-19 cases still on the rise, East Bay health officials are scrambling to convince those who are hesitant to get vaccinated. John Ramos reports. (7-24-21)

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East Bay Health Workers Battle COVID Vaccine Misinformation, HesitanceWith COVID-19 cases still on the rise, East Bay health officials are scrambling to convince those who are hesitant to get vaccinated. John Ramos reports. (7-24-21)
San Francisco Mulls Installing Sidewalk Trash Receptacles Costing $20 K EachThe city of San Francisco wants to replace green trash cans with bigger, "smart" ones. The prototype being considered will cost taxpayers about $20,000 per can. Kenny Choi reports. (7-22-21)
Gilroy Fired Up as Garlic Festival Returns – With ChangesFor the first time since the 2019 mass shooting and last year's COVID shutdown the Gilroy Garlic Festival is making a comeback but it's going to look a bit different this year. Len Ramirez reports. (7-22-21)
Safety Patrol Volunteers Rally in San Mateo Against Asian Hate AttacksSan Mateo residents rallied to mobilize a safety patrol Saturday, inspired by the robbery of an elderly Asian woman near the city's Central Park in April. Wilson Walker reports. (7-17-21)
San Jose Convention Center Homeless Shelter ClosesThe San Jose Convention Center is back open for business after clearing out a temporary shelter for nearly 300 homeless people during the pandemic. Kiet Do reports. (7-16-21)
Shelters Inundated With 'Pandemic Pups' as Adoptive Owners' Attention FlagsDuring the COVID lockdowns, record numbers of people brought new pets into their homes. Now, shelters are seeing the opposite -- a record number of people looking to surrender their dogs. Katie Nielsen reports. (7-15-21)
San Francisco Revs Up Efforts to Get Residents VaccinatedCOVID-19 positivity rate over the past seven days in San Francisco and the state is up and city officials are pushing even harder to get more people vaccinated. Kenny Choi reports. (7-15-21)
Volunteers Persist After Officials End Search for Missing Runner in Pleasanton HillsThe official search is over bu volunteers continue to search for missing jogger Philip Kreycik in the Pleasanton hills. Andria Borba reports. (7-15-21)
Former School Administrator Promotes Growth, School Gardens Through Non-ProfitSharon Chin reports on how an Oakland woman's non-profit promotes growth in community with campus gardens (7-14-2021)
Police Chief Leads 'Safe Oakland' Rally at Lake MerrittOakland police chief LeRonne Armstrong and the leader of the city's violence-prevention department headlined a midday gathering of city and community leaders Saturday at Lake Merritt to decry rising violence and remember the city's many recent homicide victims. Wilson Walker reports. (7-10-21)
Homeless Camp on Apple Property May Grow After SJ Airport-Area Unhoused Are MovedDozens of people are living on land just north of the Highway 101 and Highway 87 interchange in Silicon Valley. KPIX 5's Kiet Do explains why many others may soon join them. (7-5-21)
Fourth of July Parade Returns to Half Moon BayFor the first time in two years coastside residents packed downtown Half Moon Bay for the Fourth of July parade. Betty Yu reports. (7-4-21)
Oakland Lake Merritt Neighbors Concerned About July 4 CrowdsFollowing the deadly shooting at Oakland's Lake Merritt during a Juneteenth celebration, city leaders put in place a new measure to try to reduce crowd sizes during the holiday weekend. Da Lin reports. (7-2-21)
Pride Month in San Francisco Ends With Restrained Celebrations and RetrospectionThe pandemic forced the big parade down Market Street to be canceled again but many used the day to reflect on the greater meaning of Pride beyond the party. John Ramos reports. (6-27-21)
Battle Over Sausalito Homeless Encampment Nears a ShowdownThe city of Sausalito has given residents of a tent encampment at Dunphy Park until Tuesday to leave but the campers have vowed to stay. Da Lin reports. (6-27-21)
History Remembered at Historic Juneteenth Festival in Marin CityJuneteenth commemorates the unofficial end of slavery in America. That had special meaning to people gathered at Marin City for a celebration. John Ramos reports. (6-19-21)
Bay Area Celebrates JuneteenthAn installation of 350 figures in Golden Gate Park by sculptor Dana King is just one of many ways residents of the Bay Area commemorated Juneteenth which became a federal holiday for the first time this year. Susie Steimle reports. (6-18-21)
Prompted by Drought Emergency, Morgan Hill Imposes Water RestrictionsThe water shortage is so serious in Morgan Hill, they are saving water by the glass. Len Ramirez reports. (6-17-21)
East Bay Residents Seek Relief From Triple-Digit TempsIt was the kind of day that makes water parks seem like essential infrastructure. Juliette Goodrich talks with people in Dublin trying to beat the heat at The Wave. (6-17-21)
Alameda County Food Bank Chalk Art Contest Winners AnnouncedContestants were asked to picture an end to hunger. Juliette Goodrich reports. (6-12-21)
Friends, Family Remember Liam Husted at Thursday Afternoon Vigil in San JoseKPIX 5's Maria Medina spoke with the father of a San Jose boy who was killed, allegedly by his mother. Nick Husted shared his grief over the loss of his son at a vigil Thursday evening. (6-10-21)
SJSU Students Survey Neighbors About Closing Reid-Hillview AirportIn a sampling of 30 nearby residents, 19 favored closing Reid-Hillview Airport, one wanted to keep it open and 10 needed more information. Len Ramirez reports. (6-10-21)
San Francisco Crisis Response Teams Ease Pressure in Police ConfrontationsWith its new Street Crisis Response Teams, San Francisco hopes to lower potentially fatal confrontations between police officers and those undergoing mental health or behavioral crises. John Blackstone reports. (6-5-21)
Man Fatally Shot by Vallejo Police Officer Remembered at Rally in San FranciscoOne year after a Vallejo police officer shot and killed Sean Monterrosa, family and supporters rallied outside San Francisco City Hall to demand justice and police reform. Da Lin reports. (6-6-21)

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