Levi’s Stadium hosts teen immunization night – CBS San Francisco
People in California jails are vaccinated at a higher rate than staffThe vaccine rollout has been underway for months in prisons across the United States. Now people incarcerated in California jails are getting vaccinated at higher rates than staff. Michelle Griego, of CBSN Bay Area, spoke with Yukari Kane, co-founder of the Prison Journalism Project, and Jesse Vasquez, former editor of San Quentin News, about how the deployment is going.
COVID: BART offers lower fares to attract cyclistsBART hopes to attract cyclists who have been wary of public transport since the pandemic. Len Ramirez tells us that they plan to offer tickets at lower prices.
Levi’s Stadium hosts teen vaccination nightMaria Medina reports Levi’s Stadium vaccination site urged teens to get vaccinated with dance party (5-11-2021)
San Francisco bakery owner faces backlash on call to reopen highway to carsWilson Walker reports on growing debate over whether to reopen San Francisco’s great freeway to vehicular traffic (5-11-2021)
Fremont Buddhist Temple owner to file civil lawsuit against town, alleging discriminationThe owner of a small Buddhist temple in the Fremont Hills has announced plans to file a federal civil rights lawsuit against the town, saying it has been discriminated against in its quest for a building permit. Devin Fehely reports. (05/11/21)
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Investment in recycled water pays off for North Marin Water DistrictThe summer is shaping up to be long and dry, and water managers across the state are looking for new sources to meet their demand. But a small district in Marin County has bet on a drought-tolerant water supply that could pay big dividends this year.
Team coverage: Major League Baseball Greenlights Oakland A’s to consider relocatingSaying that the current Colosseum site is not viable for a new stadium, Major League Baseball allowed the A’s to consider moving if a proposal for a new stadium at Howard Terminal failed. Report by Andria Borba and Dennis O’Donnell. (05/11/21)
2 dead in horrific collision on Marin Avenue in BerkeleyAndrea Nakano reports tragic fatal double collision on Marin Avenue in Berkeley (5-11-2021)
Raw video: Stockton Police press conference on police officer murderJimmy Inn, a police officer from Stockton, was gunned down on Tuesday after responding to a domestic violence call after a second officer killed the suspect. (05/11/21)
Video: elderly Asian American man assaulted and robbed in San LeandroAn elderly Asian American man was assaulted and robbed over the weekend in a cheeky attack in his San Leandro neighborhood that was caught on surveillance video. (05/11/21)
Newsom government unveils $ 12 billion plan to end family homelessness within 5 yearsAnne Makovec reports state announced landmark investment to end homelessness in California (5-11-2021)
‘Zeus’ tackles racism against Asian Americans amid COVID-19Michelle Griego of CBSN Bay Area speaks with Chris Soriano, the director, producer and actor of the film “Zeus”. It’s a new boxing movie that tackles the topics of racism and hatred against Asian Americans.
Help from the East Bay Food BankCBSN Bay Area speaks with Suzan Bateson with the Alameda County Community Food Bank about how they are providing enough food to serve 75,000 people per week.
San Mateo County returns to yellow level; Bars to resume domestic serviceKiet Do reports that San Mateo County became the second Bay Area region to return to the yellow tier (5-11-2021)
Romeo and Juliet from the San Francisco BalletCBSN Bay Area speaks with Joseph Walsh with the San Francisco Ballet about his productions of “Romeo and Juliet,” which is playing until May 26, 2021.
Today’s forecast: the latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamTemperatures reach 90s in East Bay
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California drought: As drought conditions worsen, Bay Area watersheds consider new enforcement measuresAs drought conditions worsen, Bay Area River Basin Districts consider new enforcement measures
Homeowners buying insurance in high fire areas should be prepared for sticker shockThe start of fire season should be a wake-up call for home buyers and homeowners in places like Paradise, California. Susie Steimle reports that the insurance rates in these high fire areas can give them a sticker shock.
Asian American attacks: couple dragged in a brazen flight in Oakland parking lotAn Asian couple were robbed in an Oakland parking lot and dragged out as they attempted to defend themselves. Betty Yu had an exclusive interview with the victims.
Drought emergency declaration covers 4 Bay Area countiesFour bay area counties were in drought emergencies, including Alameda and Contra Costa. Andrea Nakano tells us that East Bay water officials were considering a price hike.
Dry conditions, high winds, as crews prepare for the start of fire season in San JoseThere is a red flag warning in East Bay with high winds and super dry conditions. Maria Medina is in San Jose, where crews were battling wildfires along Interstate 680.