Contra Costa County officials trying to get the word out on walk-in vaccination appointments

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Demonstration in Oakland to Protest Police Shootings Turns ViolentDemonstrators took to the streets of Oakland Friday night to voice their anger over recent deadly shootings by police but the rally quickly turned violent and destructive with protesters setting fires, smashing windows and blocking streets. (4-16-21)
Man Ripping Down Flyers Promoting AAPI Anti-Hate Rally Caught on Camera in Mountain ViewA Mountain View resident who captured video of a man ripping down flyers promoting a rally to raise awareness about hate crimes against Asian and Pacific Islanders said Friday that police contacted her about the incident. Maria Medina reports. (4-16-21)
Pandemic-Depressed Rents Make for Hot San Francisco Apartment DealsFor all the tales of people fleeing the city for more space at this time last year, they are returning again, but are joined in the rental market by those who never left and aren't moving in but moving on up as deals abound. Andria Borba reports. (4-16-21)
Popular Golf and Entertainment Complex Opens in San JoseTopgolf is a hit in places like Las Vegas, Phoenix and Austin. Now the popular golf and entertainment complex is opening up its first Bay Area outpost. Len Ramirez reports. (4-16-21)
Friday Evening Pinpoint ForecastChief meteorologist Paul Heggen has the weekend forecast. (4-16-21)
19-Year-Old Suspect Behind Mass Shooting That Killed 8 at Indianapolis FedEx Facility IdentifiedNikki Battiste reports on police identifying former FedEx employee who fatally shot eight people and injured others before apparently taking his own life (4-16-2021)
Armed Bikejackers Target Cyclists in the East Bay HillsThe East Bay bicycling community is seeing a troubling trend: armed robbers appear to be targeting cyclists and their bikes. Da Lin reports. (4-16-21)
Fremont Police Release Body Cam Footage of Fatal Shooting on Hwy 84Police in Fremont released additional details and body camera video Friday in connection with a fatal police shooting of a robbery suspect along Highway 84 last month. Ken Bastida reports. (4-16-21)
Slow Recovery Prompts Businesses to Rethink Future in Downtown San FranciscoFor small businesses in downtown San Francisco which rely on a high volume of office workers, the post-pandemic economic forecast is as cloudy as a Sunset District summer. Susie Steimle reports. (4-15-21)
South Bay Restaurants Raise Money for Anti-Hate Efforts Supporting AAPI CommunitySouth Bay restaurant owners took a stand against Asian hate by raising money this week to fight hate crimes against the AAPI community. Maria Medina reports. (4-15-21)
Vallejo Real Estate Market Among Nation's Hottest During PandemicCan you guess the third-hottest housing market in the country? Here's a hint: it's Vallejo. Andria Borba reports. (4-15-21)
Unique Bilingual Newspaper Focuses on Bay Area Chinese AmericansA longtime journalist who got laid off from a newspaper during the early days of the pandemic has started the only bilingual paper of its kind in California. Sharon Chin reports. (4-15-21)
San Jose Launches College Tuition Assistance Program for Local StudentsThe city of San Jose is partnering with schools to give students in low-income neighborhoods a pathway to higher education. Len Ramirez reports. (4-15-21)
Thursday Evening Pinpoint ForecastChief meteorologist Paul Heggen says we can expect warmer temperatures across much of the Bay Area heading into the weekend. (4-15-21)
Both Sides in Chauvin Trial Rest; Closing Arguments to Begin MondayClosing arguments are set for Monday in the Derek Chauvin murder trial now that both sides have rested their cases. Skyler Henry reports from Minneapolis. (4-15-21)
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.
San Jose Police Investigate Shooting Downtown In Hyde Park NeighborhoodJuliette Goodrich reports on San Jose police investigating a shooting downtown near Japantown (4-14-2021)
Antioch Establishing Chinatown District; Officials Apologize For City’s Racist HistoryJohn Ramos reports on Antioch mayor announcing plan to make amends for the city's past offenses against the Chinese community (4-14-2021)
Wednesday Night Weather Forecast With Darren PeckExpect mild conditions on Thursday. This weekend, a warming trend will take hold, with highs reaching the 70s by the bay and well into the 80s inland on Saturday and Sunday. Darren Peck has the forecast. (4/14/21)
2 Hayward Teachers Bring Science to Life With Home Kits For StudentsSharon Chin reports on how two Hayward science teachers Stuart Loebl and Nancy Wright have figured out how to reach students during pandemic distance learning (4-14-2021)
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)

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