Students 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)

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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)
Support for Windsor Mayor Crumbles as Details of Alleged Sexual Misconduct EmergeThe Sonoma County town of Windsor is reeling over accusations that its mayor Dominic Foppoli of the Foppoli family wine business has engaged in numerous sexual assaults on women spanning 16 years. John Ramos reports. (4-10-21)
San Jose Leaders Mull Making Pandemic Street Closure PermanentThe San Jose city council is studying an idea to create a new pedestrian mall on San Pedro Street between Santa Clara Street and W St. John Street. Len Ramirez reports. (4-9-21)
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State, National Leaders Denounce Rise in Anti-Asian ViolenceFrom the sheriff of San Francisco to the president and vice president of the United States, government leaders condemned the rise in hate crimes targeting Asian Americans. Andria Borba reports. (3-19-21)
Asian Community Fears Proposed Law Could Encourage Hate ViolenceState senator Nancy Skinner's bill -- SB 82 -- would mean that robberies which do not involve deadly weapons or serious injuries would be considered petty crimes. Some in the Bay Area Asian community think that's a bad idea. Da Lin reports. (3-13-21)
Biden COVID Relief Plan Dollars Help Spell Salvation for Oakland EmployeesOn Thursday Pres. Biden signed a $1.9 trillion relief package called the American Rescue Plan. Out of that, the city of Oakland is expecting to get roughly $190 million. Andrea Nakano reports. (3-11-21)
Governor, Health Experts Applaud Pres. Biden's Push to Expand Vaccination EffortsPres. Biden announced a plan to ask state health departments to open COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to all Americans over the age of 18. Bay Area public health experts say it’s going to be a massive logistical challenge but it is possible. Katie Nielsen reports. (3-11-21)
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Bay Area Congressman Sues Trump, Trump Allies Over Capitol RiotRep. Eric Swalwell, who served as a House manager in Donald Trump’s last impeachment trial, has filed a lawsuit against the former president, his son, lawyer and a Republican congressman whose actions he charges led to January’s insurrection. (3-5-21)
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Advocates Seek 10-Year Policy Plan to Address California Housing CrisisMore than 100 housing bills have been introduced so far in the California legislature this year, an about-face from 2020 where housing took a backseat to the pandemic. Susie Steimle reports. (2-26-21)
Democratic Lawmakers Unveil Biden-Backed Immigration Overhaul BillCongressional Democrats and the White House on Thursday unveiled an immigration overhaul bill that would reshape U.S. immigration laws. Natalie Brand reports. (2-18-21)
South Bay Churches Chart Diverging Approaches to COVID Closure OrderA temporary ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit extended the Santa Clara County ban on indoor gatherings to include churches again but compliance is hit-or-miss. John Ramos reports. (2-15-21)
Candidates for San Jose Police Chief Face Public in Online ForumSan Jose residents are joining in the process to pick a new police chief and, Saturday, the candidates were introduced during an online forum. Emily Turner reports. (2-13-21)
San Jose Police Grads Mark End of COVID-Delayed AcademyGraduating from the longest-running academy in San Jose police history, a group of newly-sworn rookie officers made history Friday even before they hit the streets. Maria Medina reports. (2-5-21)
California Lawmakers Tackle EDD Fraud With Proposed LegislationState lawmakers unveiled a slew of bills to tackle issues related to the Employment Development Department. Kenny Choi reports. (2-4-21)
State Ban on Disposing Treated Wood Hammers Home-Improvement BusinessThe state of California has banned the disposal of a common building material and it is leaving homeowners and contractors with no place to dump it. John Ramos reports. (1-31-21)
Small Winery Operators Fear New California Wastewater Rules Will Cork ProfitsCalifornia regulators have approved a new set of statewide rules for wastewater discharged from wineries and some smaller operators in the North Bay are saying the requirements could put them out of business. John Ramos reports. (1-23-21)
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