Boba tea lovers in the Bay Area could soon have their bubble burst if a nationwide boba shortage affects their favorite Taiwanese drink cafe. Maria Medina reports. (4/14/21)

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Bay Area Boba Tea Shops Prepare For Possible ShortageBoba tea lovers in the Bay Area could soon have their bubble burst if a nationwide boba shortage affects their favorite Taiwanese drink cafe. Maria Medina reports. (4/14/21)
Windsor Council Demands Resignation Of Mayor Dominic Foppoli Amid Sexual Assault InvestigationMembers of the Windsor City Council joined outraged community members in calling for Mayor Dominic Foppoli to resign as he faces sexual assault allegations from at least half a dozen women.
COVID: San Jose Schools See Fewer Families In Drive-Thru Lunch ProgramA lifeline for many families, schools in San Jose noticed lower than expected demand in their free drive-thru lunch program. Len Ramirez reports. (4/14/21)
COVID: Experts Say Infections Among Vaccinated In Sonoma County No Cause For AlarmAfter Sonoma County reported more than three dozen fully vaccinated people had become infected, health experts said it was not surprising and no cause for alarm. Andria Borba reports. (4/14/21)
Officer Who Shot Daunte Wright Arrested, Charged With ManslaughterThe officer who shot Daunte Wright during a traffic stop near Minneapolis, Minnesota has been charged with manslaughter in his death. Chris Martinez reports. (4/14/21) 
Suspects In Recent San Francisco Asian American Attacks Make Court AppearancesA crowd showed up outside a San Francisco courthouse Wednesday as two suspects in separate attacks against Asian Americans faced judges. Wilson Walker reports. (4/14/21)
COVID Vaccines: Pause In Johnson & Johnson Shots Taken In Stride By Bay Area Health OfficialsBay Area public health departments have shelved doses of the Johnson & Johnson one-shot COVID-19 vaccine amid concerns raised by the Centers for Disease Control over rare blood clots. Devin Fehely reports. (4/13/21)
Tuesday Night Weather Forecast With Paul HeggenExpect temperatures to be at seasonal norms on Wednesday and Thursday. By the weekend, temperatures are expected to warm up, reaching the 80s inland. Conditions are expected to remain dry. Paul Heggen has the forecast. (4/13/21)
Marin Mass Vaccination: Mass vaccination site set to open in San Rafael On TuesdayMass vaccination site set to open in San Rafael On Tuesday
COVID Recovery: East San Jose Neighborhood Calls On City To Buy Up Storefronts To Aid Struggling BusinessesHit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, leaders in the Alum Rock neighborhood of East San Jose are calling on the city to buy up vacant storefronts to help struggling businesses get back on their feet. Len Ramirez reports. (4/12/21)
Southern California Man Rescues 3 Kids, Grandmother After Neighbor's Home ExplodesA Southern California man jumps into action after his neighbor's home exploded over the weekend, rescuing three kids and their grandmother. Tina Patel reports. (4/12/21)
COVID Vaccinations: San Francisco officials launch a pro-vaccine campaignSan Francisco officials launch a pro-vaccine campaign
ASIAN AMERICAN ATTACKS: Another brutal attack on an Asian American caught on video tape in OaklandAnother brutal attack on an Asian American caught on video tape in Oakland
SEBASTOPOL ASSAULT: Former Sebastopol Mayor Arrested on Suspicion of Sexual Assault Against a MinorFormer Sebastopol Mayor Arrested on Suspicion of Sexual Assault Against a Minor
BRAZEN CARJACKING: A violent carjacking at a used car lot in Richmond was caught on videoA violent carjacking at a used car lot in Richmond was caught on video
ORANGE TIER: Contra Costa, Napa and Sonoma Counties Move to Orange TierContra Costa, Napa and Sonoma Counties Move to Orange Tier
OAKLAND AIRPORT STANDOFF: Alameda Sheriff's PIO Deputy Tya Modeste Updates Standoff Situation At Oakland InternationalAlameda Sheriff's PIO Deputy Tya Modeste Updates Standoff Situation At Oakland International
San Francisco Schools: School board expected to reverse decision to rename 44 schoolsSchool board expected to reverse decision to rename 44 schools
Schools Reopenings: Students return to classes on a hybrid schedule in the Cupertino school districtStudents return to classes on a hybrid schedule in the Cupertino school district
San Francisco Reopening: New energy surrounding business in San Francisco as COVID-19 restrictions easeNew energy surrounding business in San Francisco as COVID-19 restrictions ease
COVID Reopening: 'The Bulb Guy' Opens Up San Jose Garden After Being Hospitalized During Battle With VirusRichard Santoro, the San Jose man known as "The Bulb Guy" has made a comeback and reopened his garden, months after he thought he may not ever make it back to his garden during a battle with COVID-19. Maria Medina reports. (3/31/21)
Bay Area Tech Companies Announce Donations As Asian American Business Leaders Take Stand Against AttacksSome big Bay Area tech companies have announced millions in donations to help stop attacks against Asians, as Asian American leaders have made public stands condemning recent attacks. Betty Yu reports. (3/31/21)
Korean American Santa Clara Council Member Says He Was Denied Chance To Speak At 'Stop Asian Hate' RallyA Santa Clara city council member, who is Korean American, said he was denied a chance to speak at a "Stop Asian Hate" rally held by other city leaders. Maria Medina reports. (3/31/21)
COVID Vaccines: Johnson & Johnson Supply Issues Won't Impact Oakland Coliseum SiteAn obstacle in vaccinating America as roughly 15 million doses of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine at a manufacturing site have been tossed out. Despite the announcement, the Oakland Coliseum vaccination said it will switch to the J&J vaccine Thursday. Andrea Nakano reports. (3/31/21)

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