A one-of-its-kind vaccination clinic was held Saturday in Redwood City. It was designed to be accessible for those with developmental disabilities. Wilson Walker reports. (5-15-21)

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Redwood City Sets Up Vaccination Clinic for Special-Needs CommunityA one-of-its-kind vaccination clinic was held Saturday in Redwood City. It was designed to be accessible for those with developmental disabilities. Wilson Walker reports. (5-15-21)
Parishioners of Burned Concord Church Stay Committed to Helping HomelessContra Costa County fire investigators say a fire on May 13 that destroyed a Concord church building may have been started by a homeless person seeking shelter in a crawl space under the structure. John Ramos reports. (5-15-21)
A Surprise Hit, Filipino-Theme Home Movie Filmed in Daly City Spawns SequelAfter a Filipino American home movie shot mostly in Daly City became a hit, the makers created a sequel, which has already won an award. Sharon Chin reports. (5-14-21)
Local FBI Agents Encourage Oakland Victims to Step ForwardOn the heels of a public campaign encouraging victims of hate crimes to come forward and report them, the FBI on Thursday focused efforts in Oakland. Allen Martin reports. (5-13-21)
Drought Emergency Declaration Covers 4 Bay Area CountiesFour Bay Area counties were under a drought emergency including Alameda and Contra Costa. Andrea Nakano tells us East Bay water officials were contemplating a rate hike.
Dry Conditions, High Winds, As Crews Brace For Early Fire Season In San JoseThere is a red flag warning in the East Bay with high winds and super dry conditions. Maria Medina is in San Jose where crews were battling a vegetation fires along Interstate 680.
Rapping Senior Citizen Dancers Beat Back Asian Hate in San Francisco ChinatownA group of senior citizens in San Francisco's Chinatown are making their own moves against Asian hate crimes with a new rap that's mostly in Cantonese. Sharon Chin reports. (5-9-21)
Panel Selects Archie Willams as New Name for Drake High in Marin CountyA selection committee seeking to rename Sir Francis Drake High School in Marin County has made their choice. They want it named after a former teacher, Archie Williams, who also won an Olympic gold medal at the infamous 1936 Berlin Games. John Ramos reports. (5-8-21)
Hayward Couple Told to Clean Up Trash Left at Homeless Camp by Their HomeAn East Bay couple is caught in a trash battle with the county. They say they are being punished for a mess that is not theirs. Juliette Goodrich reports from Hayward. (5-6-21)
Palo Alto City Leaders Organize Stop Asian Hate March, RallyPeople from around the Bay Area rallied in Palo Alto Sunday to demand an end to Asian hate crime. Betty Yu reports (5-2-21)
San Francisco Asian Community Turns to Self-Defense TrainingMembers of the Asian American community are signing up for self-defense thanks to San Francisco community leaders. Devin Fehely reports. (5-2-21)
Marin County Nonprofit Brings Therapy Dogs to Comfort FirefightersFirefighters aren't the only ones getting ready for what's expected to be a very busy fire season. A San Rafael woman and her dog are hitting the road to bring some comfort and joy to those battling blazes on the frontlines. Sharon Chin reports. (5-1-21)
Pets & Animals Friday News WrapA rescued dog's heartwarming reunion; kittens saved from a car engine compartment, adorable lemurs and more. (4-30-21)
Health Officials Appeal to Unvaccinated: Come and Get It!Social media is filling up with posts from Bay Area vaccination sites trying to get people in the door. Len Ramirez reports. (4-30-21)
Bay Area Asian Community Leaders Blast Proposed Robbery BillCritics call SB82 dangerous for everyone: a bill that could downgrade violent robberies to misdemeanors. Da Lin reports. (4-30-21)
Oakland Chinatown Community Leader AttackedA well-known Oakland Chinatown leader who has been vocal about attacks on Asian Americans was attacked himself. Carl Chan is president of the Oakland Chinatown Chamber of Commerce. Da Lin reports. (4-30-21)
Jefferson Award: Dr. Hans YuDr. Hans Yu is with one of the few private practices to work with the health department to open its own vaccination site in San Francisco. Sharon Chin reports. (4-29-21)
Bay Area Armenian Americans Pleased by Pres. Biden's Recognition of 1915 GenocideArmenians in the South Bay gathered to celebrate what they see as the end of denial after Pres. Biden described the 1915 massacre of Armenians as "genocide." John Ramos reports. (4-25-21)
Flush With Vaccine, North Bay Health Officials Urge Stragglers to Take Their ShotAs the Bay Area’s supply of vaccine ramps up, many who were eager to be vaccinated have received their shots and now counties face the challenge of convincing those who are hesitant to follow them. John Ramos reports. (4-24-21)
Students Rising Above: Giselle Chiprez RamirezThis week's Student's Rising Above scholar saw her little brother hospitalized with a rare condition. Michelle Griego reports how she turned her concern into motivation. (4-23-21)
Community Mourns Death of Oakland Teen Hit by Stray BulletThursday would have been Demetrius Fleming's 19th birthday. Instead it turned into a funeral. Da Lin reports. (4-23-21)
1906 San Francisco Earthquake Commemoration Returns to Lotta's FountainMayor London Breed spoke Sunday morning at Lotta's Fountain on Market Street where a hardy group of early-risers gathered for a San Francisco tradition: the ceremony commemorating the 1906 earthquake and fire which devastated the city. (4-18-21)
San Leandro Students Hold Community Rally to Promote Police ReformStudents and community members rallied on Sunday to remember the life of a man shot and killed by a San Leandro policeman one year ago. The officer has since been charged with voluntary manslaughter. Da Lin reports. (4-18-21)
Magical Bridge: A Bay Area Mom's Mission to Create Inclusive PlaygroundsWhen a Bay Area mom named Olenka Villarreal noticed a problem at most public playgrounds she made it her mission to find a fix. Vern Glenn talks to the founder of Magical Bridge Foundation. (4-17-21)

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